lane, I thought your post was a good one. I think we can make some leeway into understanding.
I understand that you think Casey is guilty, and that justice is unserved, and I think I can imagine how that would feel to me. I tried to validate your feelings, because I learned a while back that feelings matter. It's about the best I can do right now.
I think any scenario is possible, but most have been defined, that Casey could go down a "worse" path or a "better" path. I think the only path for her now is to make money from the notoriety she has received, and/or hit skid row. She has even less options than she had before, but one she does have, can make her a millionaire. I, however, would be willing to bet a lot of money on the fact that she will never kill again, regardless. She doesn't fit the profile of someone who does. Murder, robbery, and rape don't seem to be her thing....
I haven't checked network polls, but I don't consider general views to be synonymous with my own in most circumstances, nor will they ever be.
You might call me narrow-minded and believe me to be, and that's ok with me. I don't see myself as being something everyone is supposed to understand. However, I do see people that are out for killing a 26 year old woman who MIGHT'VE killed her child fucking DISGUSTING, and I will continue to. Yes, I am interested in this perspective, and rightly so. I wasn't upset because people were raging about the acquittal necessarily. I just get upset when people think she should be on death row..... that she should die for something they can not prove she has done. It doesn't make any sense to me from that perspective. While I certainly might be wrong about her character, I think she's too young and the truth is yet to be seen concerning casey anthony. We all know how 20 somes are, and they party and do stupid shit. She just happened to be from a shit family.
No, I most certainly think the legal system is far from perfect, and yes, I'm sure they make mistakes all the time, but I don't think this is one of those times. I've watched Casey grow through this, and I think she can be a better person. She might not ever be, but I see the potential.
Then again, I see potential most people never could... unless someone has reached the end of the line, I see potential. I think it's supposed to be that way.
I know you bowed out of the discussion, and it was hard for us to make any kind of connection, but I guess you will read this. If you do, lol, you know i've got to end with a bang.