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Old 07-26-2011, 05:56 PM
 
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I came across this post, made my a defense lawyer who actually lives in Florida, on one of the car forums I visit occasionally. Nothing real new or shocking, but interesting none the less.
Because the "loving, doting grampa" was so henpecked by the loving, doting gramma that he was afraid to "p o o p" without her permission and she took charge of everything oe "else".
Very simple. It was a heil hitler (no capital letters for this control freak either) situation and evidently still is.

 
Old 07-26-2011, 05:58 PM
 
Location: Tampa (by way of Omaha)
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Because the "loving, doting grampa" was so henpecked by the loving, doting gramma that he was afraid to "p o o p" without her permission and she took charge of everything oe "else".
Very simple. It was a heil hitler (no capital letters for this control freak either) situation and evidently still is.
Fair point. I'd still think a former police officer and loving grandfather could find the stones to do something about his missing granddaughter, but I see your logic too.
 
Old 07-26-2011, 05:58 PM
 
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Judge Perry will release jurors names in 3 months ... October!

Judge Perry delays release of Casey Anthony juror names
 
Old 07-26-2011, 06:04 PM
 
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Judge Perry will release jurors names in 3 months ... October!

Judge Perry delays release of Casey Anthony juror names
Good move. Much of the emotion will have died down by then.
 
Old 07-26-2011, 06:10 PM
 
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Because the "loving, doting grampa" was so henpecked by the loving, doting gramma that he was afraid to "p o o p" without her permission and she took charge of everything oe "else".
Very simple. It was a heil hitler (no capital letters for this control freak either) situation and evidently still is.
I agree ... when Cindy said JUMP ... all the Anthonys just asked how high???
 
Old 07-26-2011, 07:33 PM
 
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Might have something to do with the many crazy people who can't handle the verdict like adults. Like say, this woman...
Exactly. And seriously? If you are going to call for 12 people's heads on a platter, could you at least spell it right?!
 
Old 07-27-2011, 06:12 AM
 
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Fair point. I'd still think a former police officer and loving grandfather could find the stones to do something about his missing granddaughter, but I see your logic too.
He is a "former" police officer because Comrade Cindy wanted him to quit to work with his father in his used car business. They say George ended up shoving his father into or through a plate glass window, Cindy's brother spoke of this.
Cindy handled everything to do with Casey because George knew when she was lying and would lose his temper.
George could not hold down a job after he left the sheriffs office and had just started a new job. It makes complete sense that Cindy would tell him to go to work and she would "handle" things. Cindy had been in daily contact with Casey and the car had been there for 2 weeks. George knew that Casey was safe. He even stated at the trial that at that time he did not believe that his daughter would kill his grand daughter.
He knew the smell of decomp was in the car but could not let himself believe it and Cindy would not let him believe it either.
Once he said "the dead body that was in the car was not my grand daughter!!!"
He knew but couldn't accept what he knew.
In the case of a cheating husband, they say "the wife is always the last to know" but she is really the first to know. She just doesn't want to believe it.

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Old 07-27-2011, 09:32 PM
 
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Juror #2 not identified by name was the IT man, married with two children. Tuesday morning the vote was 6-6 for manslaughter (which I could have lived with!)

Juror #2 was the last man standing ... 11 to 1 and he caved.

I wonder how he is living with himself.
I wonder if he even thinks about it now.
I wonder how he sleeps at night.

Juror #12 the lady that worked at Publix. Called Publix and retired, packed her bags and hit the road for Michigan. Her husband is still in Florida waiting on the names of the jury members to be released and he may hit the road to Michigan too. WHY????

Would a normal person confident in their juror abilities and verdict leave job, home, hubby, tuck their tail between their legs and flee?

What are the jurors afraid of? They did their job, sorry as it may have been, but they have nothing to be afraid of. Of course the media will be like flies (or is that blow flies) on them but they can resolve that problem. Could they be ashamed of what they did?

The jury weeping and sobbing don't get it for me nor did it get it for Caylee Marie Anthony.
Oh, I don't know, maybe the fricken lynch mob that goes around attacking people who look like Casey, putting up signs saying jurors not welcome, the vitriol and venom spouting forth from thousands of mouths, the fear of danger...

Gee, I couldn't possibly understand what they are afraid of.

 
Old 07-27-2011, 11:17 PM
 
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Oh, I don't know, maybe the fricken lynch mob that goes around attacking people who look like Casey, putting up signs saying jurors not welcome, the vitriol and venom spouting forth from thousands of mouths, the fear of danger...

Gee, I couldn't possibly understand what they are afraid of.


That is why we have law enforcement!

Reached by telephone Tuesday evening, alternate juror Dean Edward Eckstadt wouldn't comment. He was actually the first one to come forward and comment. He wasn't even in on the deliberations.

"I'd really rather not say anything on the phone," he said. "There's a lot of headaches when we all talk to you guys."

Eckstadt said "fellow jurors have said they don't want each other talking to the media."

Eckstadt's comment is down in the article. I can't help but wonder why they would feel the need to make this decision or agreement as a group. Why the need to discuss it at all? Why not leave that up to each individual? Then, of course, there were those that apparently broke ranks and talked anyway.

Judge delays release of Casey Anthony juror names - OrlandoSentinel.com

I think they are more ashamed of their verdict than afraid of anything.
 
Old 07-28-2011, 03:34 AM
 
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That is why we have law enforcement!
Using that logic, alot of people...Caylee included...should still be here, right? Or are we forgetting cases like Castle Rock v. Gonzales?

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I can't help but wonder why they would feel the need to make this decision or agreement as a group. Why the need to discuss it at all? Why not leave that up to each individual? Then, of course, there were those that apparently broke ranks and talked anyway.
I imagine that it probably had to do with them knowing what the backlash would be.

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I think they are more ashamed of their verdict than afraid of anything.
Wow, you're desperately trying to convince yourself that the jury believes they screwed up. I'm sure Judge Perry is keeping their names out of the media for that same reason too.
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