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Caylee Marie Anthony is dead!!! Who will be held Accountable?


Defense Attorney Jose Baez and Casey Anthony, hug after the jury acquitted her of murdering her daughter.

“What is the value of “Human life?” Obviously not as much as the value of a dog, based on the verdict by the Casey Anthony’s trial.

As this trial comes to its conclusion, all the questions asked by the prosecution still remain unanswered.

What happened to Caylee Marie Anthony?

Who was responsible for Caylee’s care that deadly day and ultimately her death, even if it were an accident? “Someone should be held accountable!”

When anyone is involved in a car accident, someone is charged and ultimately has to pay even though it was an accident? “Someone is held accountable!”

Lives are lost every year at the hospital by accident and the hospital has to be responsible for their actions? “Someone is held accountable!”

When you are hurt on the job, sometimes it involves a lawsuit even though it was an accident? “Someone is held accountable!”

Do you get the point yet? Even when it’s an accident, “someone is still held accountable!”

So, how can you bury a human being before informing the proper authorities, i.e., hospital, medical examiner, the police department or a funeral home that an accident occurred, and not be held accountable?

What precedent is the jury setting by virtually ignoring the death of Caylee Marie Anthony and not addressing it in their verdict? Are they saying that they don’t believe that Caylee is dead because the prosecution didn’t produce a body; therefore no one is held accountable?

Even if it were an accident as Jose Baez, the defense counselor insisted, “Someone still should be held accountable!”

Maybe the selection of jurors for specific cases needs to be reviewed. Based on what a couple of the jurors were saying, the testimony for the prosecution was above their mental capacity to comprehend, so they just discounted it and formed their own opinions. If that is the case! Then they did not follow the instructions of the court.

The court should have the authority to question the jurors privately, after the verdict is rendered without camera’s or anyone else present, so that he or she could pass on information to upper judiciary in an effort to ensure that the jury selected is able to listen, assimilate, comprehend and come to a conclusion based on the facts presented and not on their personal or emotional feelings. Any decision made based on anything but evidence is a miscarriage of justice and it fragments our legal system of government

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July 7, 2011 - Posted by | Eye on Justice | , , , , , ,

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