Wednesday, July 6, 2011

R I P Caylee Marie Anthony

The Case against Casey Anthony has ended…or has it? I know everyone is upset because she got away but look at it from the jury’s stand point, they had LAWS to follow, do I think they wanted to convict her, probably, since most were parents and grandparents but we can’t go off emotion. Which this case was entirely full of, emotion! Do I think it’s right this little girl lost her life to someone who was suppose to protect and provide for her? NO. I could NOT imagine, well let me back up yes I can. I went through post partum so bad with Parker, I didn’t want anything to do with him. Even though I gave birth to him, I didn’t feel like his mother, I honestly felt like my life was over like there was no point to do anything anymore. I would ignore him crying, and hope my husband would hear, and every time he cried I cried a little harder. It’s been 3 years since I’ve had Parker, and I still struggle with it. I love my son and would never do anything to hurt him, but I, unfortunately, know what’s it’s like to not want to be a mother. Mothers are held to such a high standard and I get it I do, BUT let not forget all the hormones that change, how the body changes, and how a mothers world is turned upside down by this tiny little individual who is relying solely on you to protect, and provide for. That’s A LOT for one person,, and when you throw in not having support..well it makes it harder. Not everyone can be a Mrs. Jones so to say, moms are humans believe it or not. I think if Cayle’s body was found earlier than 6months it would have been a different verdict but the fact is there was not much proof. There was no beyond a reasonable doubt she did it. There was no toxicology to show Casey did or didn’t drug her child, we know there was no broken bones because that is all that was left of the poor little child. I think the state of Florida did the best it could with that it had in its hands. It would have been morally wrong if they had gone off emotions, It was their duty to up hold the law and that’s not always pretty. I mean I know I didn’t want to be a mom but I could never go 31days without seeing my child or knowing where she was. And Ashton had a good point, Casey was really good at making up lies on the spot. And I have to agree with him when he said if the remains of that little girl had not been found she would still be there. No one but Cayle, the person who killed her and the good lord above know what truly happened. Casey may not be in jail physically after Thursday but she will forever be in her own prison. And the whole thing about her being molested..they said that’s why she lied? Come on, there are so many people that have been molested and didn’t do that, yes I know everyone is different but how in the world do you face your father and brother now. You told the ENTIRE world you were molested by both of them but yet they showed support by being at the trial for you? I know one thing for sure she’s a selfish person, but how did she get that way? No one is innocent except that poor baby girl. Although I do not agree with the verdict I can’t sit here and say I am ashamed of being a Pinellas county resident, they had to follow the law, plain and simple.

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