Second verse, same as the first

Day two dawns, sky red. It is going to be a hot, steamy day.
Unfortunately I have to work! Or fortunately – depends on the POV, right?
Day 2 of jury selection – I will be here but working, please let me know if something occurs!!

Thanks!

http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/local/caylee-anthony/os-casey-anthony-trial-jury-selection20110510,0,424040.story

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  1. Kim
    May 10, 2011 @ 09:58:36

    Day 1 of jury selection wrapped up about 5:30, but after that, attorneys picked back up on an argument about scientific evidence related to air samples taken from Anthony’s trunk.

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  2. Kim
    May 10, 2011 @ 10:02:10

    The judge will immediately move to the second half of the jury pool on Tuesday to find out first who has a hardship that prevents them from being sequestered for up to two months.

    http://www.wftv.com/caseyanthony/27835684/detail.html

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  3. CptKD
    May 10, 2011 @ 10:56:17

    I’ll be watching for a bit this morning…

    I really need to get some things done BEFORE next wk, and being that this is such a drawn out, and lengthy process, I’m thinking I’d rather miss some of this,than next week’s actual start of trial…Assuming it actually starts next wk.

    I’ll let you know if anything of great importance comes up, or if I find any relevant links to info, k?

    Now, don’t work tooo hard, but make sure it looks like you ARE doing something….LOL!

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    • Kim
      May 10, 2011 @ 10:58:01

      Thanks, Cap. I am sort of in limbo for the next little bit here – there are supplies I need that I don’t know when I will get

      argh

      Thanks for keeping me / us updated!

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      • CptKD
        May 10, 2011 @ 11:26:11

        NO problem, Kim.

        They are just going thru the same motions as yesterday…

        I believe they are on the second group of folks, and other than JP asking that they’ve FOLLOWED his admonishment yesterday regarding watching news coverage, and or electronic searches, the questions are basically the same as yesterday’s…

        Quite a few have been excused….
        Lots of people with BAD NERVES and on meds, and/or they have family members that are sick or dying…. Hhmmmmm!

        Of course, you have the others who are Sooooooo
        INDISPENDIBLE, at their work, that the business they work for, would NOT survive without them… Of course in the next breath, they admit that they are GOING on vacation as well, and well, OOoooops….. Someone IS covering for them!

        That one in particular, brought Mason up to OBJECT to him being EXCUSED…. They’ll call that fellow and let him know what time to show up tomorrow….LOL!

        Talk about ‘foot in mouth’ – Fool!

        LOL!

  4. Kim
    May 10, 2011 @ 11:47:14

    Well, it is FL after all – lots of older folks and lots of nursing homes and senior care facilities

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  5. Kim
    May 10, 2011 @ 11:47:59

    a vacation rarely lasts 6-8 weeks

    I can see the hardship in the length of time involved

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    • CptKD
      May 10, 2011 @ 12:15:32

      I think I’m just shocked at how many folks
      are trying to shirk a duty, that is necessary
      to make a JUSTICE SYTEM work?

      It’s almost as though they all expect the NEXT
      guy/gal to do it!

      That IS WRONG, Kim!

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    • CptKD
      May 10, 2011 @ 12:34:58

      Hardship is one thing….

      Evading, and avoiding being called, or accepted, for Jury Duty, without a TRUE, HONEST, and BELIEVABLE ESCUSE is wrong!

      Perhaps my opinion lies in my being LE-affiliated, and being part of the Cdn Judicial System. I do recall however; that even as a youngster, before I knew “what I was going to be when I grew up”. I always held firm, that if called upon – It was something one must commit to, and perform, if accepted and chosen to do so.

      Yes, within reason, and with regards for Hardship and/or Inconvenience.

      I’m not that un-reasonable.
      But I do believe one should, and must give it the ultimate chance, in order for our Justice Systems to prevail, and serve the people, as it should.

      I apologize, if that comes across as cold, or as if I’m in judgement of persons –

      That is NOT my intention, at all

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      • Kim
        May 10, 2011 @ 12:49:02

        I agree that a person called should do everything in their power to serve.

        I wouldn’t be able to due to the fact that I am a care giver and he relies on me to get him out of bed and dressed every day. There is no one that could fill in for me for that length of time

        I sure would like to serve on this one!

    • Sherry
      May 10, 2011 @ 12:42:14

      It does if you decide jury sequestration for circus acts under the Big Top is a vacay-free hotel and food and transportation…

      Some of these jurors should just get on with it as to why its a hardship or that they have formed an opinion! I think some of them did a no-no and checked out the news from last night!

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      • Kim
        May 10, 2011 @ 12:49:30

        I think you are right, Sherry – some did peek

      • CptKD
        May 10, 2011 @ 13:02:20

        That’s exactly my feeling also.

        Those who DID NOT know about this, got informed QUCIK!

        They are coming up with the excuses to not have to serve – Some questionable!

        And again – That is why in this case, they should have just done a very brief initial survey!
        Weed out the POSSIBLE’s from the NON –

        Those who had some knowledge – Got MORE!
        And probably FEEDBACK from everyone they knew!

        And those SO INVOLVED – Just GOT MORE INVOLVED, and are now facing the choice to say ‘yes’ for potential profit or benefit, or simply to get on the Jury, or’no’, out of fear and consequence of being involved.
        I’m sure there are some HONEST and FAIR folk who would take the task seriously, and judge accordiingly.
        We must keep in mind, that just getting through this stage, DOES NOT mean that any of them, will actually make it, and be seated on this Jury panel

        There is still a long road ahead, to get there!

  6. CptKD
    May 10, 2011 @ 12:24:11

    I understand that people have responsibilities, and that this IS an incredibly DEMANDING task to ask of someone who HAS a life, but it still IS, a necessary part of having someone ajudged for the crimes they are charged with!

    This needs to be tried, and it needs to be done, soon!

    I strongly believe at this point, that they probably should have put out a brief survey to see who was AVAILABLE and who was NOT!

    Right off the bat, they could have ‘each’ gone through the list, and selected the ones they wanted to challenge, or those they questioned further.

    From there, they would have been somewhat further along, knowing that they had ONLY those AVAILABLE, along with those from the NO GO list, that they wanted to look into some more…

    This way, is becoming taxing, and the excuses that are flying around, are almost laughable, in a way!

    And please know – I MEAN NO DISRESPECT here, by what I say.

    I just think, that under the circumstances, and with it being the ‘grandiose’ event that it is… They’re getting more ‘panic’ people up there that are REFUSING for whatever reason, instead of focussing on a group of individuals who ARE able, and possibly ‘FIT’ to take this on….

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    • Sherry
      May 10, 2011 @ 12:52:58

      CptKD, I’m surprised that there wasn’t a list of questions to fill out by everyone including concerning their stance on the DP. Then, have only those who are for it be questioned. This seems like its a mixture of those for and against it which will slow things down starting tomorrow. That would speed things up. I imagine the hardship question needs to be asked in front of the lawyers so they can question the potential juror further.

      I heard that blacks and hispanics won’t be as quick to hand out the DP. I can agree to a degree. I would think that would only be towards other minorities. I hope I’m not sounding racist when I say that I don’t think they would be as cautious if it were a white person who has fingered a hispanic/black person of kidnapping her child. JMHO.

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      • Kim
        May 10, 2011 @ 13:03:38

        It seems a complex issue to me

        I say fry her 😀

      • CptKD
        May 10, 2011 @ 13:15:02

        I think they could have weeded out the HARDSHIP issues by survey –

        They still could have questioned further, those that they were interested for whatever reasons, and it would have eliminated those that have now had access to media and information on the case right away.

        They could have dealt with all the ‘Yay’s and eliminated those immediately with OBVIOUS and UNDENIABLE Hardships.

        As for races, religions, etc, in my experience, Blacks and Hispanics, are VERY family oriented… They tend to be, BIG families with three, even four generations still around….

        I’ve attended some family festivals with friends of differing races and religions, and some of them are overwhemingly GRAND and very, very tight-knit.
        The love just ‘oozes’ all over the place, and they are so ACCEPTING and GRACIOUS… Beyond all the wonderful things that I could go on and on about, and really more importantly –

        What I’ve learned is, that no matter the RACES, RELIGIONS, CREEDS, and CULTURES, one thing IS UNIVERSAL!

        And that is that –

        You DONT hurt their babes!

      • Kim
        May 10, 2011 @ 13:16:30

        Universally, Cap as Casey will find out in prison

      • CptKD
        May 10, 2011 @ 14:03:07

        Absolutely, and BEYOND ANY DOUBT!

  7. Kim
    May 10, 2011 @ 14:06:15

    Amazing how they come prepared with lists of reasons – although I do understand the difficulties in being locked away for 2 months

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    • CptKD
      May 10, 2011 @ 14:16:54

      It’s a long sequestration… That’s for sure!

      On the flip side – It’s an IMPORTANT one!

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      • Kim
        May 10, 2011 @ 14:20:01

        It is important, of course! Especially to those of us who have invested so much time in baby Caylee and seeing justice served for her.

        These are real people with real lives – unlike Casey who wouldn’t lift a finger to help another soul if her life depended on it. I hear a lot of them trying to come up with ways it could be done but for the majority it is just not possible to miss that much work or to be outside of their home for so long

  8. Kim
    May 10, 2011 @ 14:26:08

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  9. Kim
    May 10, 2011 @ 16:07:40

    hmmmm
    all 50 were dismissed for having discussed the case

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    • CptKD
      May 10, 2011 @ 16:43:13

      I knew it was bound to happen…

      I mean seriously – Look how
      difficult it is to STOP talking about it…

      Not everyone can keep to themselves.

      I know I sure would –
      Judge admonishes a group of people… you best be following his orders…

      Unless of course…. You DON’T WANT to serve!

      Perfect way to get out of it, without having to make excuses that you may get called up upon…

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  10. Kim
    May 10, 2011 @ 16:19:25

    Ashton is tired of doing Baez’s work for him

    Call the FBI yourself, Baez

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    • CptKD
      May 10, 2011 @ 16:44:40

      Can you blame him!

      That’s all Bozo has done!

      Bitch, wine, and complain….
      Make everyone do the hard work, while he playes FAMOUS on tv –

      What a joke he is!

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  11. Louise
    May 10, 2011 @ 16:41:25

    OMG Casey is having a fit. She should have taken the deal

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  12. Kim
    May 10, 2011 @ 16:52:11

    What has her all riled up, I wonder?

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  13. Kim
    May 10, 2011 @ 16:56:52

    her emotions go from 60 to 0 in 3.5 seconds!

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    • Louise
      May 10, 2011 @ 17:00:02

      she knows she is srewed!!! That’s why she is all over the map. Guess she should have been nicer to Cindy & George. Things are getting a lot smaller and yet a whole lot bigger in the end.,

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      • CptKD
        May 10, 2011 @ 17:37:20

        I’m sure NOT having her Mother there is
        having some sort of impact.

        Other than her attorneys, she has NO ONE!
        And it is, all foreign and new, really.

        I’m sure the sights, sounds, food and bedding is different.

        And she is, still in seg, so after court, it’s back to a rather lonely and solitary existence…

        Orange County Jail is like HOME to her now…
        So this may be a field trip of sorts, but it’s NOT
        home to her, and that can no coubt, be un-nerving!

        She’s probably NOT getting ANY VISITORS either,
        and time is ticking…

        People are voicing that they think she is ALREADY GUILTY – That must be a little ‘jab’ to the belly, also eh?

  14. savannahsnanny
    May 10, 2011 @ 16:56:57

    Just want to say hi to all…
    Kim have you heard from FU?

    I can not post do to frequent temper tantrums (mine) lol…I will NOT be kind, trust me 🙂

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  15. savannahsnanny
    May 10, 2011 @ 17:00:47

    Thank you Kim.

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  16. Kim
    May 10, 2011 @ 17:02:21

    They are putting a guard on the next group

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  17. Louise
    May 10, 2011 @ 17:02:47

    This is a huge development.

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  18. Kim
    May 10, 2011 @ 17:06:21

    Baez is the rerun king – sigh

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    • savannahsnanny
      May 10, 2011 @ 17:14:19

      Baez would beat a dead horse to get it watered!!!…Thank God I am not in that court room…between him Mason…and oh yes KC, I would be deffinately arrested.

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  19. Kim
    May 10, 2011 @ 17:13:42

    One juror apparently brought up the Casey Anthony case. The judge asked the group if the discussion went beyond the mention, and a number of the potential jurors said it did, so the group was dismissed.

    http://www.tampabay.com/news/courts/criminal/judge-dismisses-potential-jurors-for-discussing-casey-anthony-case/1168764

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    • savannahsnanny
      May 10, 2011 @ 17:18:00

      Saw this live on Insession…my jaw dropped…imo…defense seeded potential juror…I was growling and screaming (thank God I’m alone)…fur faces looked worried lol.

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    • CptKD
      May 10, 2011 @ 17:40:52

      Something about it being an individiul who IS by sheer conincidence, a WITNESS in the case already!

      Stated the “he” was from TEXAS Equ-search or something to that effect, and was asking about what people had heard and / or thought about the Anthony Case!

      This is being reported on HLN…

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      • CptKD
        May 10, 2011 @ 17:51:08

        I stand corrected!

        I just heard on an interview between
        Kathi B. and a lady that apparently it was a WOMAN with ‘salt and pepper’ hair that was doing the talkin’…

      • Kim
        May 10, 2011 @ 17:51:26

        Kathi Belich interviewed people coming out regarding this – interview is posted below

      • CptKD
        May 10, 2011 @ 18:05:47

        GOTCHA!

        Thanks, Kim!

  20. Kim
    May 10, 2011 @ 17:15:20

    hmmmm

    Perry then released the entire group. He later said that one of the potential jurors was also listed as a witness in the case.

    Read more: http://www.wesh.com/casey-anthony-extended-coverage/27841597/detail.html#ixzz1Lyk66u8c

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  21. Kim
    May 10, 2011 @ 17:15:58

    As long as progress was being made in selecting a jury, the process could continue Saturday and Monday, Perry said.

    If Perry is unable to seat a jury in Pinellas County, he has indicated he may return to Orange County to select jurors.

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    • savannahsnanny
      May 10, 2011 @ 17:20:42

      it should have been there in the first place…too much KC crap going on at the tax payers expense…this is an already “depressed” State to begin with 😦

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  22. Kim
    May 10, 2011 @ 17:20:04

    Assistant State Attorney Jeff Ashton said it comes down to who makes the call from the Federal Bureau of Investigations. He said FBI has been contacted by the defense team and provided them with information.

    http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/local/caylee-anthony/os-casey-anthony-trial-jury-selection20110510,0,424040.story

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  23. savannahsnanny
    May 10, 2011 @ 17:31:21

    Gonna take fur faces out in the sun and fresh air…and be thankful I am NOT KC…(((HUGS))) to all…and thank you for putting up with my crazy rants 🙂

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  24. Louise
    May 10, 2011 @ 17:37:32

    Tell me CASEY didn’t look like she wanted to kill someone, like JP. I asked this before I think. Where is Cindy & George. I know Casey refused to see Cindy on Saturday, do you think it’s because of that or they have found out more of the Defence’s strategy (details?

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    • CptKD
      May 10, 2011 @ 17:42:37

      They don’t want to have to drive the 2hrs from Orlando…

      You’d think, “someone” (?) would have offered to shack them up all ‘nice and fancy’ –

      For a story or two, anyways!

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      • CptKD
        May 10, 2011 @ 17:45:14

        Perhaps A pic or more video!

        Some more expose’ on poor little Caylee!

        They’ve used that CHILD for everything…

        I can’t see why they didn’t one more time, for a getaway to the Pinellas, and to sit in on their daughter’s murder trial, JURY SELECTION!

        It’s looking like she could be using mom and dad’s support right about now!

      • Louise
        May 10, 2011 @ 17:45:48

        yea. Maybe they will come for Friday 8 am. That should be interesting. More hairbanding but I think The Defence is flogging a dead horse here. JP said it will come down to one opinion versus another, let the jury decide.

    • Kim
      May 10, 2011 @ 17:44:32

      I think Cindy is ROYALLY pissed about Saturday and isn’t coming to punish Casey

      just sayin

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  25. Kim
    May 10, 2011 @ 17:42:57

    “everyone believes she killed her kid and we don’t want to be involved’

    really interesting interview

    http://www.wftv.com/video/27842588/index.html

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    • Louise
      May 10, 2011 @ 18:05:02

      Holy, that’s kind of scary. Will they ever get a jury? Question here: Can the Defence opt for Judge not Jury at this late date?

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      • Kim
        May 10, 2011 @ 18:13:40

        I believe they can – it is called a bench trial

        Bench Trial is a trial conducted before a judge without a jury. In such trials, the judge decides both questions of facts and questions of law. Whereas, in a jury trial questions of facts are determined by the jury and only questions of law is decided by the judge. The rules of evidence and procedural methods are the same in both. Specific procedure for bench trial is determined by the applicable state code.

        Bench trials are often faster than jury trials because time spent on selecting and instructing a jury can be spared. The defendants may waive their right to a jury trial and may opt for a Bench Trial. However, it is important to recognize that both the defendant and the prosecution have the right to present their case to a jury.

        http://definitions.uslegal.com/b/bench-trial/

  26. Louise
    May 10, 2011 @ 17:43:08

    I think JP is wanting to set some new presedences in this case. Hairbanding – Death and Air samples – Death, even to the risk of his own derrier. He sounds confident, which ticks off the Defence, tickles the Pros.and makes KC out of control.

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    • CptKD
      May 10, 2011 @ 17:47:00

      He knows what he’s doing!

      He has stated himself, that he has really put alot of time into researching, and drafting up his Rulings.

      He has tried his best to leave NO ROOM for error and appeal….

      I trust in him – I can’t say that about EVERY JUDGE that’s out there….LOL!

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      • Kim
        May 10, 2011 @ 17:48:47

        He really knows his stuff!! A lot of it he pulls right out of memory!!

        Amazing to me since I can barely remember where I put my car

      • Louise
        May 10, 2011 @ 17:53:53

        Yes when he speaks everyone listens like he is the PROFESSOR of law, which he is. He takes NO PRISONERS

    • Kim
      May 10, 2011 @ 17:47:30

      I think JP would like to set new precedents but is also concerned about potential appeals issues

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      • Louise
        May 10, 2011 @ 17:55:31

        I’m sure he has consulted with his peers too. He made a point of stating how much time he spent on the AIR SAMPLE reviews. He wants that ON RECORD.

      • Kim
        May 10, 2011 @ 17:57:06

        I hope he does set a few, or many! I like him – no nonsense but funny!

      • savannahsnanny
        May 10, 2011 @ 18:22:12

        Oh Kim, I think I may love this man too bits…he is so on top of it…and at the same time humerouse and compassionate 🙂

      • Kim
        May 10, 2011 @ 18:26:52

        He is smart and funny and not very tall!

        He is fair and is finally putting the brass knuckles down on Baez. The free law lessons are over!!

  27. FU
    May 10, 2011 @ 17:49:52

    Hey Kim, Sorry about it taking so long. It took all day yesterday and part of today to get her settled lol. I’m trying to make up the time lost at work now. Waving at June Ann. I’m ok mom is making it hard but nothing new there. Why is it the least loved kid is the one that always takes care of all the crap the others won’t do. LOL I’m good except for a head ache and I have a vodak drink that will help that once I’m at home Love to you all.

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    • Louise
      May 10, 2011 @ 17:52:34

      I think you will be having a few of us join you for drinks. It’s been a long day for everyone. I hope you got to peek at the events.

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    • Kim
      May 10, 2011 @ 17:55:47

      FU!!!

      I am glad you popped in! I don’t think you are the least loved kid! I simply adore you!!

      Come on girls, let’s have a few vodka’s and talk about the day!!

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  28. FU
    May 10, 2011 @ 17:56:49

    I know I’m not the least loved with you LOL

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  29. Kim
    May 10, 2011 @ 17:58:03

    Nope!! You sure aren’t!!

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  30. Kim
    May 10, 2011 @ 18:00:56

    Belich also took note of a change in seating at the defense table: Anthony is sitting away from Jose Baez. They “appeared to have words” yesterday, Belich said, adding that the attorney seemed to tell his client that she was “acting like a child.”

    http://blogs.orlandosentinel.com/entertainment_tv_tvblog/2011/05/casey-anthony-prospective-jurors-share-fears-verdicts.html

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    • Kim
      May 10, 2011 @ 18:02:25

      DeForest contrasted a couple of stories: A man who had taken over running the family hardware store for an ill father was dismissed. But a man who recently took a new job and a pay cut to care for a sick daughter is still a potential juror. “Prosecutors asked for that man to be kept around,” DeForest said, because they want someone “who’s had to make sacrifices for his daughter. After all, prosecutors say Casey Anthony made no sacrifices for her daughter and then killed her when she got in the way.”

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  31. Kim
    May 10, 2011 @ 18:21:37

    Did Jose Baez just call me uneducated and ignorant?

    [video src="http://www.cfnews13.com/video?clip=http://static.cfnews13.com/newsvideo/cfn/casey-defense-0510.flv" /]

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    • Kim
      May 10, 2011 @ 18:23:12

      “The court of public opinion is the most uneducated court in the whole country,” said lead defense attorney Jose Baez, who claimed much of the state’s evidence against Casey has been misinterpreted.

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      • Kim
        May 10, 2011 @ 18:28:14

        Exclusive: Casey Anthony attorneys hint at shocker in defense
        —snipped–

        The defense team hasn’t even hinted about what story they will tell. But they told me we’re in for quite a surprise.

        They should know better – JP has already stated there will be no trial by ambush!

      • Louise
        May 10, 2011 @ 19:04:57

        HLN is just talking about this.

      • Kim
        May 10, 2011 @ 19:25:43

        The shocker?
        or trial by ambush?

  32. Kim
    May 10, 2011 @ 19:37:51

    One woman who was part of the dismissed jury pool spoke with WFTV on the way out of the courthouse. She noted that she and several others were voicing their opinion about the case and that no one really wanted to be on this particular jury.

    http://www.examiner.com/crime-in-national/casey-anthony-trial-jury-pool-sent-home-for-talking-about-case-dismissed-juror

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    • savannahsnanny
      May 10, 2011 @ 20:10:46

      Kim,
      I cannot blame anybody for not wanting to be on this jury.
      We the mothers, parents and grandparents as well as most want JUSTICE FOR CAYLEE…but honestly who could among us put 2 months of our lives on hold no matter what reason…and I believe the defense knew this ALL ALONG…I am going to have another temper tantrum…please excuse me why I shout out a not-so-nice word at the back of my property.

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      • Kim
        May 10, 2011 @ 21:05:00

        You can shout and rant here. I know how you feel. I blame the defense for every second of this travesty. Casey hasn’t got a brain in her head and she believes every lie they tell her. Who knows what bull shit they tell her?

        Baez wants to make a name for himself – well, he has

        BOZO

        Mason came on board for ‘fun’ and to escort Casey to her freedom on his arm..

        Cindy & George – well, we all know what and who they are, don’t we?

        Caylee? Caylee who?

      • CptKD
        May 10, 2011 @ 21:12:33

        I would sit on this jury, in a heartbeat!

        I would put my bias and pre-conceptions aside,
        and do my ultimate best, to remain impartial and be the best ‘Triar of Fact’ I could be.

        I am sure it would be hard, to look at her day after day, especially once things are revealed that were kept under seal and away from the public, to try and process while being engrossed in the true ugliness of things, I’m sure it would be a difficult place to be in.

        Still – In the name of JUSTICE!

        And in the name of this child, and her right to this JUSTICE!

        I would not hesitate, and with a clear heart, mind and conscious, I would graciously accept being seated on this Jury Group, and I’d even go so far as offer to be the Jury Foreperson!!

        I WOULD do that!

        I would… For Caylee Marie –

      • Kim
        May 10, 2011 @ 21:23:13

        I know you would. Many of us would, Cap.

      • savannahsnanny
        May 10, 2011 @ 22:00:16

        Cap and Kim…I so very would be ready and able to do this for Caylee…but I am retired…I have 4 dogs and a cat…my 29 yr old son would be here to take care of them.
        But, how many can be away for 6-8 wks…I do not think in our current finacial situation many could…unless they were Rich and or retired…that being said, I still think many would make a way to make it happen…because of this precious baby Caylee and the 31 days…JMO

      • Kim
        May 10, 2011 @ 22:11:42

        Where there is a will there is a way!

      • Louise
        May 10, 2011 @ 22:56:06

        6 – 8 WEEKS is only an estimate. I bet it will be more like 3 months atleast. What happens when the jurors start to make waves in 8 weeks, demanding they get paid by the State for any overtime. Don’t think that couldn’t happen either. It’s called hostage taking.

      • Kim
        May 11, 2011 @ 08:29:47

        We all know how the DT likes to stall so I wouldn’t be surprised it runs long!

  33. Kim
    May 10, 2011 @ 21:51:49

    “Nobody was told we were not supposed to be talking,” said Lynda Saracino, juror number 2059, who explained that the discussion and speculation about the case went on before the potential jurors entered the courtroom and in front of deputies handling the group.

    http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/local/caylee-anthony/os-casey-anthony-trial-jury-selection20110510,0,424040.story

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    • savannahsnanny
      May 10, 2011 @ 22:03:34

      Well then if in fact that is true…then heads should roll…but I don’t believe this to be true…to much time and effort involved to make ALL be right…again JMO

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      • Kim
        May 10, 2011 @ 22:12:45

        I am suspicious – I want proof this person was actually summoned and didn’t just appear to start shit

      • savannahsnanny
        May 10, 2011 @ 22:30:38

        Me too Kim…I will always believe in my heart this was seeded by the defence…they are too slimey not to be involved…and I hope to God they are found out…I and many have had”IT” with this DT.

      • Kim
        May 10, 2011 @ 22:39:37

        Me too

        MEEEEE too

  34. savannahsnanny
    May 10, 2011 @ 22:47:53

    Kim,
    Just want to say how much I admire you.
    between all you have been through, your caretaking, you fur faces,and you job…I admire you so much…always did…always will…I want to be you when I grow up..LOL
    God Bless you you my friend. JA

    Reply

  35. OhioSheryl
    May 11, 2011 @ 00:08:57

    Just a quick stop by to say that I watched jury selection until time to go for a Dr appointment. I observed the dismissal of the jurors for chatting about the case. I loved the look on Baez and Masons face when they heard the judge dismiss.

    Reply

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