Me, too, i know just how you feel. So mad i could spit nails.
I can't function, I can't breathe. WHAT THE FUCK.
Unspeakable travesty of justice for innocent children. Again. I am in shock.
Devastated. Even though I expected it.
I don't get it. It's like Casey Anthony all over again; I really want to know what the jury was thinking.
At this time my Xanax has got me calmly thinking that he isn't FREE. He will never b FREE because people will harass the hell out of him for the rest of his life! Yep...he might have to find a way to leave the planet. This is top news ALL over the world right now. My suggestion to him is to shave his head, get wig, and go on a very very serious liquid fast to loose all that weight. That's his only hope of surviving. Sorry Ms. Moon for the novel. I tend 2 ramble when on Xanax.
This is just atrocious but then I too believe he will live in his own maybe not so private hell. The outward lack of justice scares me. Sweet Jo
I'm surprised. It's definitely not what I expected. I thought he'd get manslaughter for sure.
I thought that he would walk. The shadow of a doubt thing definitely played a huge part. Defense did a strong job on hammering that home.
I'm disgusted...how?!? What version of reality make this ok for him to do? Ugh.
Re: Syd's comment, above. I think one of the problems with our system is that people believe the standard is "shadow of a doubt." It's NOT. The standard is "reasonable doubt." "Reasonable doubt" and "shadow of a doubt" are worlds apart. Prosecutors need to hammer that home in every closing argument. (I'm a lawyer and this bugs the hell out of me. I'm also a mom to two teenaged boys and my heart is sick today.)
Tell me, sweeties. Tell me what you think.