Thursday, April 28, 2011

Justice for Caylee: The Casey Anthony murder trial


With jury selection set to begin on May 9 for the Casey Anthony murder trial, we're finally inching closer to seeing justice done for little Caylee Marie Anthony.

In case you've been in a cave somewhere and don't know who Casey and Caylee Anthony are/were, Investigation Discovery has a comprehensive timeline, or you can make do with this very brief summary:

In June, 2008, Casey's almost-3-year-old daughter, Caylee, was murdered and Casey is the prime suspect. Casey claimed Caylee was missing; she made up an elaborate story about a nanny who took Caylee, and how her whole family was in danger if they did anything. She failed to report Caylee "missing" for more than a month. It was her mother who, upon learning that Caylee was missing, contacted the police. Casey then proceeded to tell lie after lie to the authorities, including taking the police on a wild goose chase to Universal Studios, where she claimed to work--but didn't. Caylee's completely skeletonized body was found about 6 months after her "disappearance," with duct tape tightly wrapped around her mouth, and just blocks away from the Anthonys' home.

Fast forward to now. Almost three years have gone by and Casey Anthony's murder trial is about to begin. Any reasonable person, if they're aware of the facts--such as the plethora of lies Casey told, the way she was out partying (with tons of pictures to prove how happy she was while doing it) while her daughter was supposedly missing, etc.--can only come to one conclusion: Casey did it. If you're going to be at the courthouse during the trial, you might want to go prepared with t-shirts, buttons, stickers or other items saying Casey did it and/or Justice for Caylee. You won't be allowed to display these INSIDE the courtroom, but outside? I believe that's covered under free speech.

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