I love Ashton, but this interview got on my nerves.
It was annoying to hear the "fool-proof suffication" search brought up again. Then he credits Casey's performance as another factor that got her off. I thought she was a horrible actress and there were points during the testimony where she started giggling at inappropriate times. In particular, she could barely hold her laughter in when Ashton was talking to Dr. Spitz about sawing Caylee's skull open and ultimately breaking it with a cheap $5.00 Walmart saw. Ashton pointed out that he could have simply used a saline wash on it and looked inside it like Dr. G because there was a "hole in the bottom" and that set her off.
Another time Casey couldn't contain herself and started laughing to the point where her face turned red with mirth was when Baez or Ashton was arguing with one of the experts about the difference between garbage and trash. All this testimony was revolving around the state trying to prove that the smell in her car was decomposition due to her daughter's body being in the trunk for around 48 hours , so I don't know what she found so hilarious about that.
Where were the body language experts on the jury during all that? My guess is still so busy trying to process how offensive they found Ashton's, IMO, unintentional pig in the blanket quip that they couldn't be bothered to focus on the criminal defendant or the trial.
I still can't get over the sheer amount of bias and and use of selective hearing this jury must have been operating under to come to the conclusion they did.
But I guess it's in some people's nature to take her at her word because she's able to spit out a bunch of ridiculous lies at the drop of a hat and sound convincing when she's doing it. However, if you actually listen to what she's saying, she makes zero sense.
Everyone involved in the case was photogenic?
I guess he forgot about Baez, who looks like an overweight, smirking weasel.
I'm really sick of hearing people go on and on about Casey's looks as a reason she got away with murder. She isn't ugly, but I don't see her as being above average and no one
should be so attractive that they can just walk away from all charges the way that she did.
I can also say unequivocally that I did not start following this case because I thought anyone involved was good looking. I followed it because I was in utter disbelief at her audacity and at the whole situation and because I wanted to see her get locked up and for all her lies and manipulations to finally fail and for her to finally be held responsible for something she's done wrong in her life.