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  1. #1
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    Has any doubt crept in to your 100% guilty belief?

    I was 100% sure Casey was guilty of premeditated murder the day I found this site and read the excellent 31 day calendar.

    But, a speck of doubt has entered my mind now, anyone else?

    My doubt has come from:

    1) Something fishy about GA & LA

    2) I don't ascribe to "All Defense Teams are Devils" theories. That affection by the defense team displayed to Casey after the verdict. It was genuine. They honesty believe she didn't murder Caylee. It's like they all know the real truth.

    I am now about 80% sure, and it's bugging the heck out of me.

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    Not one shred of doubt. NOT ONE.
    People seldom do what they believe in. They do what is convenient, then repent. ~ Bob Dylan

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    I will say that Casey's reaction did give me pause. She almost seemed so greatful and relieved that they believed her, like she felt that they thought she was a good person as the whole world thought she was evil. She wasn't smug about it.

    George and Cindy's reaction though looked like they were shocked and disgusted that she got away with it.
    “Great minds discuss ideas. Average minds discuss events. Small minds discuss people.”
    ― Eleanor Roosevelt

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    None.
    Just my opinion...

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    The only thing I doubt is our legal system.

    "It is not a Justice System. It is just a system." ~Bob Enyart

    "It is certain, in any case, that ignorance is the most ferocious enemy justice can have."
    James A. Baldwin AMEN. We saw that on 7-5-11.

    Rest In Peace, Caylee Marie Anthony. You are in a better place

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain_Kat View Post
    Not one shred of doubt. NOT ONE.

    This!!!
    Sitting. on. hands.


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    Absolutely no doubt--lost faith in our legal system.
    JUST MY OPINION

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    My logic tells me no one else did this.

    Not sure how Caylee died but sure it was in her mother's presence. I can never get past the fact that she did not report Caylee missing. The person I saw acting out all throughout this is not the Pollyanna church mouse that was presented in court.

    Just wondering if and when some of that jury happens to read and investigate the background in this case, if, any of them will have second thoughts.

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    I just don't know.

    Some crept in when Casey was mouthing things durning the SA closing arguments.

    I think she had something to do with it. I think she's not innocent. There are certian actions of ICA that give me a bit of pause.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Serjen View Post
    The only thing I doubt is our legal system.
    We have the best legal system in the world. Even so, innocent people (NOT Casey) are convicted everyday. Sometimes, it goes the other way too unfortunately.

    If I was on the jury, I'd have no problems sleeping reaching a 1st degree murder verdict with death penalty.


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    She is guilty.

    I have no doubt whatsoever.
    Some people are like clouds. When they disappear, it's a brighter day.

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    I'm so depressed by the verdict. I read through every document dump 2 yrs ago and believed she is 100% guilty and still do. I'm tired of hearing how she was tried in the media and that the media got it wrong. The media actually had it right! and I ddnt form my opinions because of the talking heads on HLN or NG said she was guilty. It was so obvious from the mountains of evidence against her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chewy View Post
    I will say that Casey's reaction did give me pause. She almost seemed so greatful and relieved that they believed her, like she felt that they thought she was a good person as the whole world thought she was evil. She wasn't smug about it.

    George and Cindy's reaction though looked like they were shocked and disgusted that she got away with it.
    I agree. I think she is the best liar in history. Was she able to convince all those defense people with more lies? Probably, I guess. Say it was a drowning though...why wasn't Casey supplying them with more details of GA's involvement - enough to nail him?

    I have no doubt CA knew nothing about what happened...her actions were genuine...but GA's the wildcard.

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    To me there was enough lack of concrete evidence to convict her of murder 1, but enough available circumstantial evidence leading only to the once-defendant to make me not doubt a lesser felony charge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    My logic tells me no one else did this.

    Not sure how Caylee died but sure it was in her mother's presence. I can never get past the fact that she did not report Caylee missing. The person I saw acting out all throughout this is not the Pollyanna church mouse that was presented in court.

    Just wondering if and when some of that jury happens to read and investigate the background in this case, if, any of them will have second thoughts.
    You are so right...logic says, no one else would have.

    I think I now believe the way she acted...not reporting..was for one purpose only - to insure her mom didn't find out. Thus the "timer 55 days" password.

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