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Casey Anthony

Casey Anthony has been found Not Guilty.

I think those 12 people, the jurors, made the wrong decision. I hope that they think about letting her go every day of their lives.

I also hope that the defense team is haunted by the memory of the baby that was denied justice.

Seems cruel? So is killing a baby, so is letting a mother that killed her baby go free.

I do have wonder if the death penalty being on the table had anything to do with the verdict. Did the fact that a guilty verdict could have wound up with capital punishment being used effect the jury?

I am pro capital punishment but I know many others are not.

Maybe they really did not believe the prosecutor proved the case well enough. They might have wanted a smoking gun, they might have watched too much C.S.I. or  Law and Order. They wanted that big t.v. Perry Mason moment and expected someone to have an elaborate computer set up with multiple screens to explain it all.

I don’t know what think or to say.

I hope that the jury does eventually come forward and explain how they came to the decision that they did.

I would wish that Caylee’s death and memory being a form of justice on Casey’s head and heart but I do not think that will happen. I agree with others. She is going to enjoy the attention and the money that she will make to the fullest.

She is a psychopath.

Revised Psychopathy Checklist

Factor 1: Measures a selfish, callous, and remorseless use of others and contains most of the personality characteristics considered central to the traditional clinical conceptions of the disorder. These traits are inferred, as opposed to explicit.

  • glibness/superficial charm
  • grandiose sense of self-worth/narcissism
  • pathological lying
  • conning, manipulative behaviour
  • lack of remorse or guilt
  • shallow affect
  • callousness/lack of empathy
  • failure to accept responsibility for actions

Factor 2: Measures social deviance, as manifested in a chronically unstable and antisocial lifestyle. These traits are more explicit than those in the Factor 1 group.

  • need for stimulation/proneness to boredom
  • parasitic lifestyle
  • poor behavioural controls
  • early behavioural problems
  • lack of realistic, long-term goals
  • impulsivity
  • irresponsibility
  • juvenile delinquency
  • revocation of conditional release

Other factors:

  • promiscuous sexual behaviour
  • many short-term marital relationships
  • criminal versatility
R.I.P. little Caylee.
You, little princess, will never be forgotten.
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