Judge From Casey Anthony Case Says She ‘May’ Have Killed Her Daughter Caylee, Accidentally (VIDEO)

WOW, IMAGINE THAT … JUDGE FROM CASE THINKS CASEY ANTHONY KILLED HER DAUGHTER CASEY … WHO DOESN’T THINK SHE KILLED HER?

Judge Perry Belvin

In an interview with the Orlando Sentinel, former Orange-Osceola Circuit Judge Belvin Perry Jr. provided his theory where he believed that tot-mom Casey Anthony killed her daughter, Caylee Anthony, by trying to quiet the child with chloroform. According to Belvin’s theory, she accidentally used too much, resulting in the death of Caylee. With this theory, Belvin said, and if jurors had come to that conclusion, they might have found her guilty of second-degree murder or manslaughter.  During the interview Perry stated that he did not find fault with the verdict but said evidence showed that Anthony had gone online to research how to use chloroform as a sedative. Sorry, former Judge Perry may not fault the “Jury of Fools,” but I do. There is no question Casey Anthony should have been convicted of murder, the jury did a great disservice and provided no justice for Caylee. It is something that will haunt them all, the rest of their lives.

Former Circuit Judge Belvin Perry Jr. on Wednesday said he believes Casey Anthony may have killed her daughter by accident when she tried to quiet the child with chloroform and simply used too much.

It’s a theory, he said, and if jurors had come to that conclusion, they might have found her guilty of second-degree murder or manslaughter.

VIA NBC News:

The judge who presided over Casey Anthony’s murder trial says the Florida mother may have killed her 2-year-old daughter by accident.

Anthony may have been trying to quiet the child, Caylee, with chloroform and accidentally used too much, former Circuit Judge Belvin Perry Jr. said Wednesday in an interview with the Orlando Sentinel.

“There was a possibility that she may have utilized that to keep the baby quiet … and just used too much of it, and the baby died,” he said.

“As I’ve expressed, the only person that really knows what happened was Casey,” he said.

Anthony, now 30, was acquitted in a trial that was broadcast live on television and garnered worldwide attention.

Perry didn’t fault the verdict but said evidence showed Anthony had gone online to research how to use chloroform as a sedative.

Missing for 11 Years … 33 Year Old Ryan Alexander Duke Arrested & Charged with the murder of 30 Year Old Tara Grinstead

AN ARREST HAS BEEN MADE IN THE 11 YEAR OLD TARA GRINSTEAD MISSING PERSONS COLD CASE …

It has been 11 years since 30 year old Tara Grinstead went missing, but there has now been an arrest in the case. According to reports, 33 year old Ryan Alexander Duke has been arrested and charged with the murder of Tara Grinstead. The Irwin County High School teacher was 30 years old when she vanished on Oct. 22, 2005 from her home in the farm town of Ocilla, about 165 miles south of Atlanta.

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An arrest has been made in connection with the killing of a Georgia school teacher and former beauty queen who went missing 11 years ago, authorities announced Thursday.

Ryan Alexander Duke, 33, has been charged with the murder of 30-year-old Tara Grinstead, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said.

Duke, a graduate of Irwin County High School where Grinstead taught history, was arrested Wednesday, officials said.

It was not immediately clear if her remains were found.

Ryan Alaxander Duke

Ryan Alexander Duke Arrested

UPDATE I: Tara Grinstead: Ex-student accused of murdering missing Georgia teacher.

Ryan Alexander Duke has been arrested in connection with the death of Tara Grinstead, Georgia Bureau of Investigation spokesman J.T. Ricketson said.

Authorities said Duke was arrested Wednesday evening after a tipster came forward with new information this week.

“This gentleman (Duke) never came up on our radar through the investigation,” Ricketson said. Asked if more arrests were possible, he said, “That’s a very good question. Again, we have several more interviews to do.”

Ricketson declined to say how Grinstead and Duke knew each other and would not say if authorities know what became of Grinstead’s body.

Connie Grinstead, the missing woman’s stepmother, told reporters she thanked God “for answered prayers.”

“We always believed that it would be solved,” she said, reading a statement at the courthouse news conference. “We just did not know when.”

Posted February 24, 2017 by
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WOW … At Town Hall Nancy Pelosi Tells Adopted Woman Its About Choice, ‘Your Mom Should’ve Had The Choice To ABORT You’ (VIDEO)

WOW, WHAT A VILE AND CLUELESS WOMAN …

At a recent CNN town Hall, House Minority leader, Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) made some bizarre comments to a question from a college student about abortion. The student is a young woman named Brianna Kristyn Roberts who happens to be adopted and tells her story about how she was given the chance to live and thrive. Brianna Kristyn Roberts asked, “Don’t you think everyone needs the ability to thrive and succeed in life?” Pelosi’s response … “You said my mother chose, my mother chose. And we want other people to have … that opportunity to choose as well.” Meaning, Pelosi just said to this woman that she should have had the choice to abort you too. Sick!

Partial Transcript:

Brianna Kristyn Roberts: “I am part of the pro-life generation.I believe that abortion is not the answer for unplanned pregnancy.

“My birth mother was faced with a decision that many women today are facing. Without the means of properly raising a child, she chose the most ethical decision and chose adoption. With her courageous and unselfish decision, I now have the ability to thrive and succeed in life.

“Don’t you think everyone needs the ability to thrive and succeed in life?”

Nancy Pelosi: “You said my mother chose, my mother chose. And we want other people to have … that opportunity to choose as well,”

Man Hunt Continues for Cop Killer Markeith Loyd … Two Police Officers Killes, Master Sgt. Debra Clayton & Deputy Norman Lewis

POLICE LIVES MATTER … MANHUNT CONTINUES FOR COP KILLER …

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The search continues for Markeith Loyd, accused of killing Orlando police officer Debra Clayton.  The violence started about 7:15 a.m. at the Wal-Mart at John Young Parkway and Princeton Street, when someone spotted Loyd, knew he was wanted for murder and told Orlando police Master Sgt. Debra Clayton, who also happened to be at the store.Master Sgt. Debra Clayton confronted the suspect and was shot dead.  Markeith Loyd  is considered “armed and extremely dangerous.” and is a suspect in the murder of his pregnant girlfriend. There is a $60,000 reward for help in the capture of this cop killing dirtbag.

Hundreds of law enforcement officers are searching overnight for a fugitive who is accused of killing a cop at dawn on Monday when she tried to chase him down at a Wal-Mart and arrest him.

A second law-enforcement official died in a crash just hours later as officers and deputies scrambled to find the murder suspect.

By Monday evening, officers largely abandoned the apartment complex in northwest Orlando that was the focus of their search for much of the day, and Markeith Loyd, 41, was still at large.

“We are going to bring this dirtbag to justice, and he’s going to jail,” Orlando Police Chief John Mina said.

Loyd has been wanted for murder since his pregnant ex-girlfriend was shot at her front door on Dec. 13.

He has a long criminal history and on Nov. 30 wrote on his Facebook page: “Goals!!!! To be on Americas most wanted.”

UPDATE I: A massive manhunt for Loyd resulted in two motorcycle crashes by Orange County deputies, one fatal.

Deputy Norman Lewis, 35, an 11-year Sheriff’s Office veteran and former football player at the University of Central Florida, was killed 2-1/2 hours after the shooting.

He was traveling south on Pine Hills Road on his motorcycle when he was struck by a van turning left onto Balboa Drive, the Florida Highway Patrol said.

“We’re sad on this day for many reasons,” Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings said at a morning news conference at the hospital. “In my 36-year career, this is possibly one of the toughest days for me.”

Posted January 10, 2017 by
Crime, Florida, Main, Murder | no comments

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