Yee I know about all this I'm watching her documentary on hulu and was wondering how people found her not guilty...
Plus was fucking her attorney
Yeah that's the flaw of jury duty right there for ya. I think they were just too lazy to actually try and figure out the case together and the jurors decided to have her not guilty so they could all go home. It's like One of those fake courtroom hearing you would play when you went to school here when we were in middle school or elementary school and there was always those group of people who wouldn't like to play along and sometimes the courtroom game was played from reading a book and you would act out the characters. Those were those group of students who didn't read the book, so they would rule anybody they felt like as guilty or not guilty. Sorry I went off on a little tangent lol.
Thanks for mh.
Did you watch the documentary on hulu?
i will. i watched the entire trial and the annoying takes from nancy grace
Watch the documentary. It's pretty interesting
just finished 2/3 episodes. nothing new. the evidence/science was insufficient. the problem with the science is it gets lost on the jurors and you can't dumb it down. (if there is a way for the jury to ask questions, it would have helped). the prosecution failed caylee. i heard casey was living it up still.
Yea she definitely is. She’s going to see that Scott Peterson guy that’s in prison on death row for murdering his pregnant wife. She wants to help “wrongfully convicted” prisoners. She’s a nut case.
we'll never know what happened, but i think the whole family was at fault.
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Same af. I'm honestly not sure why people buy her books..
Knowing what you know, would you date her?
@BillieJean1070 of course not but I'd rather date Billie Jean
Never said I did. I'm watching her documentary