At least, to those who are outraged/shocked/saddened/sickened, I do want to say a few things. I'm not trying to turn this into something about myself by any means, but my family has some experience with supposed lack of justice. In October of 1978, my aunt and godmother, who was 41 weeks pregnant at the time, was abducted from her night-shift job at a convenience store and shot several times. Her body was found in a clearing next to a parkway in the early hours of the next morning. The baby girl, who would have been my first cousin, was also dead. Despite a lot of hard work by the police at the time, her killer was never found and brought to justice. My grandma, her mother, was suicidal for quite a while, and to this day....well, it's hard for her to talk about it. No one will forget my aunt or her unborn baby. Everyone loved her. She's my guardian angel, as I've been told since I was much younger. I still remember and miss her. In the beginning, I wanted to find the killer and kill him myself. I couldn't believe that God would let something like this happen. But over time I've realized that we can't see God's will. We can't see what's going to happen. Karma may not happen instantly, but it does happen. A man who later confessed to the crime, but was never charged with it, ended up dying in jail for committing another crime. I believe it was only 10 years or so later. We have no idea if he was the one or not, but the case was never reopened. Has justice been served? I don't know. Can I control or do ANYTHING about it? NO. It is in God and fate's hands now. What I DO know is that I've been blessed with a wonderful life, an incredibly family, loving friends, darling animals, a good job, and good health. Caylee's murderer will pay for the crime. I promise you that. But in the meantime, don't focus so much on this and lose yourself to hatred and end up ignoring that which is important in your own life. Caylee is with her Father now. If you have kids, hug them and be thankful they're here. If you have pets, give them an extra long walk, a snuggle, or a treat. Tell someone you love but may be fighting with them that it's not worth it to hold on to anger. Give thanks for the good you have in your own life right now. Ok, stepping off my soapbox now.