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Old 06-12-2011, 03:56 PM
 
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Crazy! At this point the judge needs to close this to spectators.

This case is out of control with the media frenzy.
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Old 06-12-2011, 07:06 PM
 
Location: Ohio
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why should orlando people be embarrassed? there were even people out of state who drove to see this trial

the only people who should be embarrassed are the people who got into the scuffle.

i agree with the poster that the trial has been boring, so i have only looked at it occasionally-although i did like the testimony of dr g.

she is a very bright woman with a lot of thoughtful observations. i don't think that casey anthony is going to get away with anything.
Those are the ones who should be most embarassed. These people are sick individuals who have no life, local or not. Its like when there is a horrible accident on the side of the road, blood and gore, and people all huddle around it. They cant bare to look yet they cant seem to look away.

Again I say, SICK
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Old 06-14-2011, 04:02 PM
 
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doesn't look like there are a whole lot of seats available in this courtroom from the views I've seen. It looks quite small. The people in the courtroom have not been disruptive in any way, as far as I know, so as long as they behave themselves inside the courtroom, that's all that matters legally.
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Old 06-17-2011, 02:10 PM
 
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Good grief, another fight broke out this morning too! Crazy!
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Old 06-17-2011, 02:17 PM
 
Location: Old Town Alexandria
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I saw some footage of the line of wannabe spectators and was suprised to see most were well dressed......usually in FL people think flip-flops, shorts, and tank tops are acceptable courtroom attire.

Reminds me of an article years ago where in Pasco County a defendent on a minor misdemeanor charge showed up in flip-flops, shorts and sleeveless scissor cut shirt that had an image of three scantily-clad women standing in the back of a lifted pick-up truck with the caption "Haulin A##". He got probation for the MM charge and 10 days County time for the shirt.
people who have never been to court think its high drama.

Please. The court has limited seats, Judge Perry presided over many major criminal trials.

They need the security outside the court to be like Center St Apellate in NYC. No b.s. is put up with. idiots get arrested.

Its a trial folks, will be over in a few weeks, get a life. Or move to NYC there are 25 homicide trials per day.
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Old 06-17-2011, 03:32 PM
 
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Good grief, another fight broke out this morning too! Crazy!
Yes it did. And it is locals.

Well it was voted America's Angriest City.

And again people were acting like they were on line for a concert.

They should ban spectators or do a lottery by mail. No ticket, no entrance.
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Old 06-17-2011, 03:38 PM
 
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people who have never been to court think its high drama.

Please. The court has limited seats, Judge Perry presided over many major criminal trials.

They need the security outside the court to be like Center St Apellate in NYC. No b.s. is put up with. idiots get arrested.

Its a trial folks, will be over in a few weeks, get a life. Or move to NYC there are 25 homicide trials per day.

Logic isn't allowed in FL.

Always reactive and never proactive.

They knew this was high profile but did no planning on how to handle this.

They had an almost riot on their hands with reporters after CA was arrested and taken out of Orange County Sherriff's office to jail.

So what did they do? They repeated the whole thing a month later when she was arrested the 2nd time.

Instead of going out a back door with the suspect hidden like they do in other places.

They don't seem to "get it".
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Old 06-17-2011, 06:32 PM
 
Location: tampa bay
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Keystone cops part two!
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Old 06-18-2011, 05:51 AM
 
Location: South Carolina
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Logic isn't allowed in FL.

Always reactive and never proactive.

They knew this was high profile but did no planning on how to handle this.

They had an almost riot on their hands with reporters after CA was arrested and taken out of Orange County Sherriff's office to jail.

So what did they do? They repeated the whole thing a month later when she was arrested the 2nd time.

Instead of going out a back door with the suspect hidden like they do in other places.

They don't seem to "get it".
I honestly think some sheriff's offices like the publicity they get ,in like they are keeping law and order in the state . Keystone cops is right . I used to live down there . anybody remember the sabrina eisenburg case and how the sheriff's dept was always on tv ? I really do think they like the free publicity .
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Old 06-18-2011, 11:43 AM
 
Location: FL
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Instead of beefing up security, Orange County spends their money to update the OC Clerk of Courts site and give Casey her own page with umpteen links to even further fuel the frenzy.

Not only Keystone cops but Kangaroo Court....I was suprised to see Sheriff's Dept deputies coming into court testifying wearing side arms.......maybe I'm wrong but I thought everyone had to leave firearms outside the courtroom. Then they dim the lights in courtroom to get a better view on the overhead projector. They're probably not worried about Casey @ 5' 1" 100 lbs soaking wet but if the defendent was 6' 4" 250 lbs, I wouldn't wanna be in that courtroom with dimmed lights and handguns.
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