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Old 06-30-2011, 03:38 AM
 
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Sorry. I don't/haven't seen any smirk.

What is see is a young woman who is in the most horrific drama anyone could ever imagine experiencing. IMO, Casey Anthony's demeanor is appropriate for the situation. Also, I wouldn't expect to see a sex abuse victim crying for his/her abuser either.
I guess you are part of the defense team and one of the few who don't see things that most people with common sense have witnessed.

But we see everydaqy people starting crazy law suits because the don't use common sense...and that why judges and lawyers keep busy...we need them all to keep the economy a flow.
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Old 06-30-2011, 10:36 AM
 
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I wondered if she was coached to do that. (I'm not buying the molestation claim.) Meaning someone told her to stare daggers at the man who molested her.

If so, it didn't work. Word is people were openly weeping in the courtroom when George broke down. The judge himself gave George some tissues and a baliff patted him on the back in comfort. Casey looked like she had no soul.
I can't beleive she was coached to do that. I mean seriously, and the evil gleeful smile when he left the stand sobbing. It gave me goosebumps, nightmares...the only time she cried was when the "grief expert" came on. It's all about her. Juries see this. That was Casey in complete sociopath mode.

Ladies and gentlemen I have lived to see the face of absolute evil - and that was Casey on Wedneday.
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Old 06-30-2011, 10:48 AM
 
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I saw her "smirk" when her Father was almost completely broken. That was pure evil. Only a sociopath could react that way to that nuch raw emotional pain.

The defense is getting a "F", they should have just kept hammering that the case is circumstantial, with no evidence of how Caylee died, or who put her in that grove. When they tried to pin this whole mess on George, it backfired.

Nothing has helped the defense this week. I almost feel like we are still watching the prosecution!
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Old 06-30-2011, 10:56 AM
 
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I can't beleive she was coached to do that. I mean seriously, and the evil gleeful smile when he left the stand sobbing. It gave me goosebumps, nightmares...the only time she cried was when the "grief expert" came on. It's all about her. Juries see this. That was Casey in complete sociopath mode.

Ladies and gentlemen I have lived to see the face of absolute evil - and that was Casey on Wedneday.
Hi, I missed the trial yesterday but saw this very evil looking smile reported on Nancy Grace that it was Casey looking at George when he left the stand BUT over a long period of time watching NG, I have heard her exaggerate many things.
Did anyone see this when it actually happened at the trial or only see it on NG's show?
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Old 06-30-2011, 11:47 AM
 
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I saw it, at th trial. I have been watching the actual trial.
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Old 06-30-2011, 02:57 PM
 
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I saw it, at th trial. I have been watching the actual trial.
Thanks, NG's version of things are far out sometimes.
She said last night that the maggots in the trunk were crackling, first I have heard of that!
Anybody hear that before NG reported that George said it?
Its just that I don't know whether to trust some of the things she anymore.
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Old 06-30-2011, 04:06 PM
 
Location: Nantahala National Forest, NC
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I cannot stomach watching but do follow..... Baez gets an "F"...his plan did backfire. I still think he should have bowed out at the beginning, not having ever tried a death penalty case, even if he had DP experienced attys on board.

One news agency said the jury may have it by Sat evening or Sunday. So all the matters is: do they find reasonable doubt that Casey killed her child. From where I sit that is a no, but.......


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I saw her "smirk" when her Father was almost completely broken. That was pure evil. Only a sociopath could react that way to that nuch raw emotional pain.

The defense is getting a "F", they should have just kept hammering that the case is circumstantial, with no evidence of how Caylee died, or who put her in that grove. When they tried to pin this whole mess on George, it backfired.

Nothing has helped the defense this week. I almost feel like we are still watching the prosecution!
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Old 07-01-2011, 09:37 PM
 
Location: Orlando, Florida
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Thanks, NG's version of things are far out sometimes.
She said last night that the maggots in the trunk were crackling, first I have heard of that!
Anybody hear that before NG reported that George said it?
Its just that I don't know whether to trust some of the things she anymore.
George A. said they were making a noise sort of like meat frying in a pan. I thought this was the maggots that had come from the food in the accompanying garbage bag. Not sure.
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Old 07-02-2011, 08:27 AM
 
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George A. said they were making a noise sort of like meat frying in a pan. I thought this was the maggots that had come from the food in the accompanying garbage bag. Not sure.
The only time I have ever seen maggotts in our garbage can was when I have thrown out raw meat. Now I wait until garbage day to throw it out. No maggotts anymore. I don't think there was raw meat in the garbage bag but could be wrong.
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Old 07-03-2011, 09:26 AM
 
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Baez sounds like the bad sales people we sometimes deal with who talk and talk and get on your nerves and haven't said anything but wasting your time...jmo
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