I think it's sad Caylee's short life has been made a sick spectacle of. I think lies have been told from every angle & the media has sold this story as a multi-million$ business industry & making Americans outraged at an unhealthy level... Meanwhile the economy is in the dumper, we're more focused on Casey & social networking about it... The whole thing makes me sick!
there are SO many more children out there that are abused/beaten/neglected - STATISTICALLY every three seconds a child is badly abused/murdered by the hands of their parents/guardian or relative. WHY aren't these children getting the same media attention as well? The media was all about selling a story from their angle & leaving out details like a CSI special. What about all the other beaten/neglected children you never see whose parents walk free or barely serve time, those forgotten abused children deserve just as much justice too!
The media sold this story like a 'pitbull attack' story - which is sick when it comes to the death of anyone - ESPECIALLY a child. Be it by the hand of her parent, who knows - we're all guilty of our own sins. What happens to Casey from here on out is between her & God - I don't want to place judgement because I don't want that coming back on me in the long run.
RIP little CMA & all the forgotten abused, neglected child victims
Why media can be blamed for quite a lot, the people are in control of the media to some degree. If no one cared about x story than x story wouldn't be blown up. When it comes to APBT, there are many people who believe these ignorant stories therefore the media has something to go on when it comes to showing these stories. The more the general public feeds the media the more the media will do to put the stories out there. If a story isn't that interesting, or even if it is interesting thats when the media is to blame when they blow everything out of the water to make it sound much much worse than what it is.
Same thing with this case, we are shown what the media wants us to see. We weren't there for every aspect of the case. Did she do it? Everything points us to say yes, legally did she do it? No, she was found not guilty on all accounts. How do separate what the truths are? How do separate facts from fiction? Its hard to do so. While i agree if all accounts are true she should have at VERY least been charged with neglect, but its not my decision to make. While we are inclined to say she did it (including myself mind you) we all should remember we weren't there when it happened nor were we there during the trial, the talks between casey and lawyer, etc. Not making excuses but we are basing everything on what media wants us to know, allows us to know.
There are plenty of missing pieces that may shed new light we will never know, if you believe in God she can't run from him, if you don't karma will find her. If you believe in nothing you can rest assure that her life while free, will never be that of anyone we consider to be in the norm.