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Casey Anthony found not guilty of murder. WHAT!?

http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/07/05/us-crime-anthony-idUSTRE7...

I don't know about you but I think those jurors need questioning and checked out for corruption and or insanity. Honestly, who was her lawyer? Phoenix Wright!?

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"Actually, she admitted on the first day in court that her daughter was never missing, Caley had been dead since the first day she 'disappeared'"?  What are you referring to there, Callie? Cite your source. I sure don't recall that.

 

There's no doubt in my mind at all that she killed that child. You don't duct tape a corpse to stop it from screaming.

And no mother doesn't report her child missing for a month unless they don't want anyone to know she's missing. I agree with Aries. That's the most damning piece of evidence and there is nothing circumstantial about that. It's a fact. Heck, Caylee still wouldn't have been reported missing if her grandmother hadn't done it.

 

It will be a felony soon enough not to report it if your intent is to hide the death.  There was already a bill going through the Senate to make it illegal not to report a dead body in Michigan that was sponsored by Sen. Tonya Schuitmaker (Michigan).  The wheels are turning. The more stringent penalty it refers to is making it a felony.

 

http://www.michiganvotes.org/2011-SB-231

 

The measure, Senate Bill 231, would make it a misdemeanor punishable by up to a year in prison and a $1,000 fine. It would also make it a felony of up to 5 years and a $5,000 fine for not reporting a dead body with the intent to hide or conceal that death or cause of death.

 

The Senate unanimously passed SB 231 in June. The measure awaits action by the state House of Representatives. (source)

 

And please spell that poor child's name properly. It's Caylee. 

 

This is the link to the petition Larry referred to for Caylee's Law.  http://www.change.org/petitions/create-caylees-law

 

And btw, this comment of yours: "Now on another note, think about what you believe she did and think about how many people get away with it EVERY day. What about all of those people? They're never even suspected of killing their child! Why not worry about them?" 

 

What the heck kind of logic is that? I know you're only 12 or 13 or whatever but Callie, that is downright offensive! So we should let her literally get away with murder because other people do? Two wrongs don't make a right. Anyone with a heart DOES worry about children being killed and abused and nobody noticing or being called to account for it. That is why we ADULTS give children like Caylee a voice when they cannot speak for themselves. We express our outrage and we take action like the petition right there. We do what we can in our own small way to save another child from experiencing that horror because at the end of a day, a little one lost her life here. Don't ever lose sight of that.

 



Callie Leah said:

Actually, she admitted on the first day in court that her daughter was never missing, Caley had been dead since the first day she 'disappeared' but Casey never told anyone, and that's not a felany. You're not required by law to tell anyone your daughter is dead. However, I agree, if Caley HAD been missing and not dead, that would be completely different.

Aries said:
Not reporting your daughter being missing is MORE than enough evidence in my book.
Wow!

scribbler said:

"Actually, she admitted on the first day in court that her daughter was never missing, Caley had been dead since the first day she 'disappeared'"?  What are you referring to there, Callie? Cite your source. I sure don't recall that.

 

There's no doubt in my mind at all that she killed that child. You don't duct tape a corpse to stop it from screaming.

And no mother doesn't report her child missing for a month unless they don't want anyone to know she's missing. I agree with Aries. That's the most damning piece of evidence and there is nothing circumstantial about that. It's a fact. Heck, Caylee still wouldn't have been reported missing if her grandmother hadn't done it.

 

It will be a felony soon enough not to report it if your intent is to hide the death.  There was already a bill going through the Senate to make it illegal not to report a dead body in Michigan that was sponsored by Sen. Tonya Schuitmaker (Michigan).  The wheels are turning. The more stringent penalty it refers to is making it a felony.

 

http://www.michiganvotes.org/2011-SB-231

 

The measure, Senate Bill 231, would make it a misdemeanor punishable by up to a year in prison and a $1,000 fine. It would also make it a felony of up to 5 years and a $5,000 fine for not reporting a dead body with the intent to hide or conceal that death or cause of death.

 

The Senate unanimously passed SB 231 in June. The measure awaits action by the state House of Representatives. (source)

 

And please spell that poor child's name properly. It's Caylee. 

 

This is the link to the petition Larry referred to for Caylee's Law.  http://www.change.org/petitions/create-caylees-law

 

And btw, this comment of yours: "Now on another note, think about what you believe she did and think about how many people get away with it EVERY day. What about all of those people? They're never even suspected of killing their child! Why not worry about them?" 

 

What the heck kind of logic is that? I know you're only 12 or 13 or whatever but Callie, that is downright offensive! So we should let her literally get away with murder because other people do? Two wrongs don't make a right. Anyone with a heart DOES worry about children being killed and abused and nobody noticing or being called to account for it. That is why we ADULTS give children like Caylee a voice when they cannot speak for themselves. We express our outrage and we take action like the petition right there. We do what we can in our own small way to save another child from experiencing that horror because at the end of a day, a little one lost her life here. Don't ever lose sight of that.

 



Callie Leah said:

Actually, she admitted on the first day in court that her daughter was never missing, Caley had been dead since the first day she 'disappeared' but Casey never told anyone, and that's not a felany. You're not required by law to tell anyone your daughter is dead. However, I agree, if Caley HAD been missing and not dead, that would be completely different.

Aries said:
Not reporting your daughter being missing is MORE than enough evidence in my book.


 

The problem comes from our Justice system. They admit the system is set up for the lawyers to operate easily and being innocent or guilty does not matter. Only the "game matters" In 1867 Our Constitution was shredded of "safety amendments" for the citizen to make it easier for legal corporations to manipulate the system.

 

 13th Amendment lawfully ratified by the state of Virginia authentic Amendment to the American Constitution.

 13th Amendment restricting lawyers from serving in government was ratified in 1819 and removed from our Constitution during the tumult of the Civil War.

 

Many people think police are for protecting the people not legally correct the police are for enforcing the orders of the executive branch of Government regardless of the insanity, cruelty, dishonesty of that Government.

Our protection from Government and the rule of the rich who can afford lawyers to get them out of murder charges was taken out of the law of the land in 1867 we have not been a Constitutional Republic since.

 

The closest form of government we have is a Fascist or Nazi Government. And most of us are “Jews”. I seen murder trials last twenty minutes with court appointed attorneys who did not bother learning the name of the person they was defending.

NOT UNDERSTANDING HISTORY KEEPING OUR CIVIL RIGHTS PROTECTED HAS CAUSED THE DESTRUCTION & DEATH OF OUR REPUBLIC

 

You are aware the Titles of Nobility Amendment was actually not ratified, right? Both chambers of South Carolina was said to have given it the thumbs up, but this was an error and only one had given it. The only reason it appears in some prints is because it's hard to keep people in the loop in the 1800s and it was added just in case, but future prints omitted it as did many others at the time.

There were 12 states in all that ratified it, however, at the time, 13 states were needed to pass an amendment, and thus, it's not even worth the paper it's printed on. It was rejected in Virginia in 1811 according to records.

In short, the TONA you speak of is bunk, worthless, unenforceable, and for all intents and purposes does not legally exist. It was not lost in the civil war because the civil war started 50 years later over the freeing of the slaves which was later enforced by the constitution 4 years after it started, becoming the 13th amendment you know today which stops you from being unpaid by your employers.

Too long didn't read: You're wrong on so many levels. Again.

The Missing 13th Amendment TITLES OF NOBILITY" AND "HONOR"

In the winter of 1983, archival research expert David Dodge, and former Baltimore police investigator Tom Dunn, were searching for evidence of government corruption in public records stored in the Belfast Library on the coast of Maine. By chance, they discovered the library's oldest authentic copy of the Constitution of the United States (printed in 1825). Both men were stunned to see this document included a 13th Amendment that no longer appears on current copies of the Constitution. Moreover, after studying the Amendment's language and historical context, they realized the principle intent of this "missing" 13th Amendment was to prohibit lawyers from serving in government.

So began a seven year, nationwide search for the truth surrounding the most bizarre Constitutional puzzle in American history -- the unlawful removal of a ratified Amendment from the Constitution of the United States. Since 1983, Dodge and Dunn have uncovered additional copies of the Constitution with the "missing" 13th Amendment printed in at least eighteen separate publications by ten different states and territories over four decades from 1822 to 1860.

In June of this year, Dodge uncovered the evidence that this missing 13th Amendment had indeed been lawfully ratified by the state of Virginia and was therefore an authentic Amendment to the American Constitution. If the evidence is correct and no logical errors have been made, a 13th Amendment restricting lawyers from serving in government was ratified in 1819 and removed from our Constitution during the tumult of the Civil War.

Since the Amendment was never lawfully repealed, it is still the Law today. The implications are enormous.

The story of this "missing" Amendment is complex and at times confusing because the political issues and vocabulary of the American Revolution were different from our own. However, there are essentially two issues: What does the Amendment mean? and, Was the Amendment ratified? Before we consider the issue of ratification, we should first understand the Amendment's meaning and consequent current relevance.

PAPER MONEY

If the colonists forgot the lessons of goldsmith bankers, the American Revolution refreshed their memories. To finance the war, Congress authorized the printing of continental bills of credit in an amount not to exceed $200,000,000. The States issued another $200,000,000 in paper notes. Ultimately, the value of the paper money fell so low that they were soon traded on speculation from 5000 to 1000 paper bills for one coin.

It's often suggested that our Constitution's prohibition against a paper economy -- "No State shall... make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a tender in Payment of Debts" -- was a tool of the wealthy to be worked to the disadvantage of all others. But only in a "paper" economy can money reproduce itself and increase the claims of the wealthy at the expense of the productive.

"Paper money," said Pelatiah Webster, "polluted the equity of our laws, turned them into engines of oppression, corrupted the justice of our public administration, destroyed the fortunes of thousands who had confidence in it, enervated the trade, husbandry, and manufactures of our country, and went far to destroy the morality of our people."
 

I  pose a question to all the people who have responded to this post and the person who created it. What the hell has this got to do with literature???
Absolutely nothing.

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