Casey Anthony and American “justice”

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July 7, 2011
Center for a Stateless Society
by Thomas L. Knapp  
Posted in Commentary

"The punditry’s response to the verdict has been lightning fast, but far from unanimous — some believe that Casey Anthony got away with murder, others feel that 'justice was done' because the jury rightly rejected the prosecution’s incredibly weak case. I dissent from both conclusions. I do agree that the prosecution gave the jury no grounds on which to convict — 'Casey Anthony is a bad person and her daughter is dead' do not first degree murder prove — but justice remains absent from the scene." (07/06/11)  

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