The Teflon Ex-Mom … Casey Anthony Skates Again on Probation Due To Technicality … Will Tot Mom Ever Be Held to any form of Justice?
Move over John Gotti, enter the Teflon tot mom …
Good Grief … Casey Anthony is like a bad penny. Once again she skates on being held accountable and the people are denied Justice. Looks like we no longer need to call her Tot mom, but instead the Teflon murdering ex-mom. Oh that’s right, Caylee Anthony drowned.
Casey Anthony was convicted of check fraud and sentenced to time and probation. or so we thought. Thanks to a court clerk not adding the following phrase, “once released”, and Judge Strickland signing the order, once again Casey Anthony dodges justice and is allowed to server her probation while she was in jail. UNREAL! Just how many times is the Teflon tot-mom going to escape justice? Just what the people needed, Casey Anthony getting away with yet another thing when it came to justice.
Prosecutors warned Strickland he might not be able to delay her probation until her possible release from jail and that she could end up serving it in jail.
When the clerk wrote up the probation order, she did not include the words “once released.” But Strickland signed it anyway, and it went to the Department of Corrections, which started Casey’s probation immediately on Jan. 25, 2010.
“Obviously the clerk lost the import of what the judge was trying to say and the judge signed it without picking up on the omission,” said WFTV legal analyst Bill Sheaffer.
Just some more salt in the wound and a twisting of the knife, or is it just another layer of duct tape added to the injustice of a jury not finding Casey Anthony complicit in the death of Caylee Anthony. UNBELIEVABLE! Let this be a message to everyone, read what you are signing.
Posted July 31, 2011 by Scared Monkeys
Casey Anthony, Caylee Anthony, Crime, Justice, Legal - Court Room - Trial, WTF | 5 comments
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The justice for Caylee has just got to come. Casey continues, she murdered her daughter and then gets away with her probation. Murder on more than one account. The old expression, she’s getting away with murder.
Well, will she take $500,000 offer from Larry Flint and the 10% royalties from Hustler to pose in the nude. Requests made to Larry by mostly men. Maybe Casey’s team, along with Casey has had numerous men call in to request nude photos of her. Then again, no one called in and Flint made a deal with Baez, more than likely.
When it comes to dealing with anything regarding this woman, the courts and everyone else are going to have to be careful. We are beginning to see, because of all the publicity surounding this case, just how poor our justice system performs.
You title this entry, “Will Tot Mom Ever Be Held to any form of Justice?” She was.
She faced EXACTLY what the Constitution says qualifies as justice. The Sixth Amendment reads, in part, “In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the State . . .”
Somehow, you seem to confuse, “justice” with “punishment.” They are, I am sure you know, very different things. She faced, “justice” but you don’t like the outcome. That’s the nature of justice…the scale tips in favor of one side or the other leaving the lighter side unhappy with the outcome.
I follow this site because of it seems to adhere to the tenets of the Constitution. But, when doing so, it can’t pick and choose which parts it likes and which it doesn’t. The Constitution is all or nothing…just like you can’t be a little bit pregnant, you can’t have a little bit of the Constitution.
This lady had justice according to the Sixth Amendment. Perhaps your post might more accurately read, “Will Tot Mom Ever Be Held to any form of Punishment?” Even though the jury decided she should not be punished, it might serve your interests better to use the proper word.
Just heard she will be serving a year of probation. the order has been “corrected.” I think somebody was reading this website.. you guys do so much to help bring justice to this country.
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