Wambli Ska wrote: »
Once again, please refrain from cutting short any baseless totally emotional arguments with facts. It leads to boring, completely objective conversations well beyond the comprehension ability of many.
Big Chief wrote: »
That whole family is dysfunctional (to put it mildly) and know way more than they are telling.
cpj wrote: »
Anyone who doesn't report their 2 year old daughter missing for 30 days she be shot in the face.No chance of that person breeding again that way. Really, its that simple. She did it.
snake284 wrote: »
For my point of view, cpj is a lot like me
scottd wrote: »
The milk of human kindness is often out dated and curdled.
SirGeorgeKillian wrote: »
This is like watching a bunch or **** trying to hump a door knob.....
robert38-55 wrote: »
To make a long post short here, ...
Linefinder wrote: »
And yes.....circumstantial evidence can, and does, convict. And in most cases....that's a good thing, else a high percentage of murderers that are presently no longer plying their trade would still be doing so.
gunrunner428 wrote: »
Best summation I heard was that the jury had "CSI" expectations, waiting with bated breath for the fingerprints, DNA evidence, incriminating video, and razor-sharp autopsy findings to unequivocally lock in a "guilty" verdict. Barring that, they took the judge's instructions to find "beyond reasonable doubt" to an extreme and manufactured doubt in each little facet of evidence.
MileHighShooter wrote: »
When we are talking about the state considering taking someones life, should there be anything LESS then 100% absolute proof? We aren't talking a 5-10 year stint up state, her LIFE was on trial. Many people forget how much that can mean because its not happening to someone you know or love. Capital murder, murder in the 1st, murder 1, however you want to call it. When its a capital charge which can carry a death sentence you MUST prove beyond all reasonable doubt, with solid hard evidence, intent, motive and literally put the smoking gun in hand. They had none of this.
MileHighShooter wrote: »
When we are talking about the state considering taking someones life, should there be anything LESS then 100% absolute proof? We aren't talking a 5-10 year stint up state, her LIFE was on trial.
olesniper wrote: »
Starting next week.....she'll be searching every beer joint and honky tonk in Orlando........looking for her baby's killer.......that is........when she's not playing golf with OJ.