Tuesday, July 05, 2011

People Will Never Forget, Casey Anthony

Oh my...... I'm speechless.  Hold on.

Another repeat of OJ Simpson, getting away with murder.  Do you think Casey Anthony will write a book called "How I Killed my Daughter, if I Would Have" like OJ did about his wife?  Not even guilty of child abuse? Anything?  From beginning to end her coldness was written all over her face.  

Where is the justice for the little girl?  

Believe me, Casey, if will never be forgotten.  You may think you got away with murder but people don't forget.  Don't think it's gonna be the same for you when you walk with your girlfriends, if you have any left, into a restaurant.  At best people will whisper and stare wherever you go.  I guarantee people will never ever let you forget even when you wish they would.  

Life will never ever be the same for you, Casey.  Never.  You will be a wanderer in this world from here on out because no one will trust you.  If being a mommy is not something you wanted, you could have just given her up for adoption rather than snuff her beautiful little life out.

Casey left the family's home on June 16, 2008, AND THEN HER DIARY:The following diary entry by Casey Anthony is dated "June 21" and reads:

I have no regrets, just a bit worried. I just want for everything to work out OK. I completely trust my own judgment and know that I made the right decision. I just hope that the end justifies the means. I just want to know what the future will hold for me. I guess I will soon see – This is the happiest that I have been in a very long time. I hope that my happiness will continue to grow– I've made new friends that I really like. I've surrounded myself with good people – I am finally happy. Let's just hope that it doesn't change.

Here's Casey cam as the verdict is read:http://www.wftv.com/video/28452270/index.html
*Watch videos and past trial days HERE.  


Zion said...

I hadn't heard the verdict. That is just a tragedy :( Her daughter was such a beautiful precious little girl.

Windy said...

Found your blog by accident but totally agree with you regarding "Justice For Caylee". I want to know where we go from here in seeking that justice. Is law enforcement going to resume the search for the murderer or what?

Chris H said...

Having read a bit about this case I am TOTALLY SPEECHLESS that they did not convict that woman!
Clearly she killed her child... what on earth happened to American justice???

Virginia Revoir said...

Windy, sadly I think they'll just let the case go from here. I don't know. I just can't believe it. :(

Chris, the justice system overall is pretty good but like in the OJ Simpson case, if you have money you will get away with just about anything.

Kerrie McLoughlin said...

yeah, i couldn't really believe it. i haven't had a chance to get all the details, but something about claiming accidental drowning? if that was true, a person of character would have owned up immediately, tried to make it right, held a funeral, etc., wouldn't you think?

The Trendy Boutique said...

There is comfort in the fact that our father in heaven is the ultimate judge. He will do as He sees fit.

Taryn said...

Only God knows what happened. I pray His will be done, as I have been praying. I pray for this family-salvation,etc. I was over my third son's house last night visiting my 5th newborn granddaughter and my son and I were discussing the cities of refuge in the Bible. We were also discussing what the Bible says about putting someone to death for a crime in the O. T. and how now besides 2 witnesses there is DNA evidence. I said a prayer for the jurors as well-they had reasonable doubt. I do agree with some that say there was a sports-like atmosphere outside the courthouse. My heart breaks for that grandmother and I will continue to pray for her. I'm just saying that it could have been some kind of accidental death and a cover-up. How she acted after the baby was missing- wasn't there alcohol and drugs involved. Let us protect our daughters-keep them out of government schools, get them help, let the fathers be godly fathers-Bible Christians. Voddie Baucham and his daughter's books are a good starting place.

Taryn said...

This reminds me of Dinah in Genesis 34:1-"she...went out to see the daughters of the land." There are predators there-and corruption.