The prosecution made it's case, but I think the fact that there was no cause of death or DNA to link her to the murder led to the acquittal. The jury had to find her guilty beyond a reasonable doubt, and there wasn't enough physical evidence to link her. I truly believe in my gut that she knows exactly what happened to that little girl and somehow she covered it up. Of course, someone's intuition doesn't mean jack sh*t in a court of law. Nevertheless, IF she is indeed guilty then she must deal with that for the rest of her life and when she dies and meets her maker.
its a f***ing disgrace. Trails are by a jury of peers, not all of America. Trial should sure as hell NOT be televised ever. Its useing our justice system as a f***ing ratings booster, and it pisses me the hell off. Are whole f***ing government and country is turning into a god damn joke.
No this is not nice, its tuff love. America used to be great, now we exploit horrible trials for fun and money. WTF
I was super shocked! I've watched it from the start, and even watched it in my Criminal Justice class in school. I honestly think she did it, no matter what the jury says. She's as guilty as they come, and they should have convicted her.