Casey Anthony Murder Trial Judge Belvin Perry … “Yes, There was Sufficient Evidence to Sustain a First-Degree Murder Conviction” in Death of Caylee Anthony
Judge Belvin Perry speaks out of the verdict of tot mom, Casey Anthony … SURPRISE, SHOCK, DISBELIEF AT VERDICT!!!
Judge Belvin Perry Jr., the judge who resided over the Casey Anthony murder trial has finally spoken out regarding the jury decision and its a whopper. Judge Perry admitted he was shocked at the verdict of ‘Not Guilty as sin’ and had to read it twice to make sure he was reading it correctly. Perry went on to say that there was sufficient evidence to sustain a verdict of murder in the first degree in this case. What say you Casey Anthony jury, otherwise known as the “ship of fools”. Think Judge Perry is not setting the record straight as the to guilt or innocence of the tot mom? Perry stated that the State had better lawyers, but Anthony’s defense attorney Jose Baez a “likeable salesperson” who won the jury over. No, what he did, along with his client Casey Anthony did was con the jury.
He went on to say he was in disbelief when the “Not Guilty” verdict was read.
“One of the things I had to do was to decide whether or not to take this case to a jury,” Perry said. “Yes, there was sufficient evidence to sustain a verdict of murder in the first degree in this case.”
JUSTICE FOR CAYLEE WILL ONE DAY BE SERVED BY THE JUDGE OF JUDGES – Judge Belvin Perry
As stated at the Orlando Sentinel, Judge Perry believed that Casey Anthony has two faces, the grieving mother that she would show the jury and the manipulative defendant. Actually, I would some what disagree with this thought. Not that Casey Anthony did not present two sides when it was convenient for her, but Casey Anthony was a master manipulator who could lie like the best of them. How the jury actually believed her crocodile tears is still disturbing to this day. NOTE TO JURY … The side of Casey Anthony that was the grieving mother was the manipulative defendant. The jury may want to watch the Ed Norton/Richard Gere movie ‘Primal Fear,’ you might learn something, “there never was an Aaron.”
Perry said Anthony portrayed the wrongfully accused mother in front of the jury but once they were gone, she “transformed” in a “very commanding” and controlled defendant, who at times scolded her own attorneys.
The day defense attorneys approached Anthony with a possible plea deal was a day Perry will never forget. He said he heard shouting and four-lettered words from the holding cell.
He praised prosecutors for a job well done but likened the personality of Anthony’s defense attorney Jose Baez to that of a used car salesman, “personable.”
Interestingly enough, Judge Perry also gave inside information that had never been heard before. His account of hearing Casey Anthony’s reaction to her attorneys discussing a possible plea deal as Casey Anthony flew off the handle of which Perry will never forget … “Shouting coming from the holding cell, some four letter words coming from the holding cell.”