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(April 13) - In a dramatic reversal, the Florida state attorney's office announced Monday it will seek the death penalty against Casey Anthony, the 23-year-old woman charged in the death of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee.
The state had previously said it would not ask for the death sentence for Anthony.
 

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Death is the easy way out. Let her rot. Better yet, throw her in with the general prison population. She won't last, and it will be way worse than being "put to sleep" by injection. I'd like her to suffer.
 

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GOOD!!!

She has allegedly killed a small defenseless child, then to add it was her own child & she did not bother to report Caylee missing for a month or so!

She has shown little if any concern or remorse for her actions, I say she deserves to have the book thrown at her & she should rot in hell for what she did!!!!
 

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Death is the easy way out. Let her rot. Better yet, throw her in with the general prison population. She won't last, and it will be way worse than being "put to sleep" by injection. I'd like her to suffer.
Agree with that 100%! Can you imagine what the women will do to her? Muuuuuch better!
 

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They only changed it because a jury that is "death qualified" tends to be a lot more conservative, and more likely to convict, than a non death qualified jury. Gives the prosecution an advantage. Death qualified means that you are willing to vote for the death penalty if the circumstances are right. Lindsey, for instance, would not qualify for this kind of jury and would be sent home as soon as she filled out her questionnaire.

It's a pretty common tactic regardless of whether the state really has any intention of going after the death penalty or not.
 

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yay... any more jury avoiding tips? I have yet to be asked to serve but I dread it...
I believe that using the N word and complaining that Jews run the world are usually effective methods of getting excused by the defense.
 

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I believe that using the N word and complaining that Jews run the world are usually effective methods of getting excused by the defense.
As is the phrase "Because of past personal experience, I'm afraid I would show bias against the accused in a case of this nature". Assuming it's not a traffic offense or something... :D
 

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yay... any more jury avoiding tips? I have yet to be asked to serve but I dread it...

I believe that using the N word and complaining that Jews run the world are usually effective methods of getting excused by the defense.
LOL. How about, "I can tell if someone's guilty just by looking at them!"
 

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Death is the easy way out. Let her rot. Better yet, throw her in with the general prison population. She won't last, and it will be way worse than being "put to sleep" by injection. I'd like her to suffer.
Only problem with that is she will be living at the expense of the tax payers. I do, however, like the idea of putting her with the general population.
 

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As is the phrase "Because of past personal experience, I'm afraid I would show bias against the accused in a case of this nature". Assuming it's not a traffic offense or something... :D
That. Or in my case, start crying like a baby when they start questioning you. So embarrassing.
 

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GOOD!!!

She has allegedly killed a small defenseless child, then to add it was her own child & she did not bother to report Caylee missing for a month or so!

She has shown little if any concern or remorse for her actions, I say she deserves to have the book thrown at her & she should rot in hell for what she did!!!!
Oh, she WILL rot in hell, no question about that! :mad:
 

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Yeah, but you'd also be paying for her meals, a roof over her head and medical treatment if needed.
Not for long. She'd be "taken care of" sooner than later when a guard who also happens to be a mother turns her back for a few minutes. Much more *just* way of going than being peacefully PTS by injection.
 

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We are talking about Florida here. I think the likelihood of her getting the death sentence once convicted is pretty high.

As someone who has been on several juries despite having immediate relatives who are cops and a less close relative who shot and killed a judge - it is not so easy to be disqualified - at least in NJ.
 
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