Six Steps to Getting Away With Murder in Florida

by Stephen Mills on July 6, 2011

  1. Kill your child
  2. Dump the body in the swamp to allow the evidence of the cause of death to decompose away
  3. Claim the death was an accident
  4. Tell a jury that without a cause of death they must acquit
  5. Cry and then start laughing after you are acquitted
  6. Walk free and make a bunch of money selling your story

I apologize for polluting my blog with this, but in case anyone wonders what I think that pretty much sums it up.


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anon July 6, 2011 at 7:36 pm

If you’re so worried about murder, then why don’t you blog about the genocide in Rwanda, or the 3000 people dying every day from malaria. Or the american farmers paid to not farm their land while people starve. This little story pales in importance in comparison to all the death happening every day. I could care less about her story. I’m more concerned about the fact that 1/4 of children in the South Bronx have asthma because of all the factories and waste burners conveniently located in the poorest, predominately black part of New York.

Is her daughter more important because she’s white and middle class? I don’t understand all the uproar this one story has caused.


Stephen Mills July 6, 2011 at 7:41 pm

And yet here you are participating in the uproar. Breathe…


john doe July 6, 2011 at 8:14 pm

This is not what this is about!!! Stay focused!!!

I don’t like the facts you have metnioned either but this is a shocking case that litterally makes you question if the United Stated are still on track with their leagal system or should they redo some passages.


Open a new blog if you want to talk about your issues!!!


Tim July 6, 2011 at 9:56 pm

Don’t forget the 400,000 in Darfur that have been killed(raped and burned alive) since I think 2003…


anon July 6, 2011 at 10:23 pm

:p meant darfur instead of rwanda. the genocide in rwanda is over for the most part. not sure how i mixed those up


john doe July 6, 2011 at 8:07 pm

Com’ on anon…
First of all do not pull the f…ing race card in a case like this!!!

You hate the world for beeing not caucasion and this is what makes your life misserable!!!

I do not care if this evil bitch was black, yellow, green, pink or white it is a matter of justice and this shocking trail made our leagal system look like a bitch sold to the highest bidder. It is shattered and can only be fixed if justice will succeed.

In the end she will get what she deserves anyways. Judgement day will come for all of us and hers will not be fun!!!

I hope someone has the guts to take her to the swamp and make her swim with the gators!!! So she gets a slow and painful death… but that’s just the human father in me talking…

Revange is mine so said the lord… Amen


anon July 6, 2011 at 8:11 pm

I hate the world for not being caucasian? Interesting but im not sure where you got that from my comment.

I envy your faith in unprovable conjecture regarding deities. that must be comforting for you.


Hyde July 8, 2011 at 1:21 pm

You don’t ‘envy’ his faith because if you DID you’d have it.
No, you’re miserable in your small mental scope of ‘poor me’ so you project it out to the world’s ”poor me’s”.
Tell me what is NOT an unprovable conjecture.

This is not about murder, it’s about our corroded justice system.
Not one of us would argue about what happened in Darfur or call it something it wasn’t….yet in the case sited that’s just what happened.
“Poor me” is smallville.


Fionna July 6, 2011 at 8:11 pm

I agree with you wholeheartedly on this. So shocking that the jury acquitted. I can understand why some people are tired of the media circus this story has become but the fact of the matter is, a child was murdered and her mother (so obviously guilty) got away with it. It has nothing to do with the fact that she was white or middle class. I know I would have been just as passionate if the child had been asian, black, indian or any other race. Anytime a child is injured by a caregiver is a travesty. I just make sure the children in my life feel safe, secure, and loved.


john doe July 6, 2011 at 8:17 pm




HoneyBee July 12, 2011 at 8:36 am

Fionna, that is just the point. Had she been a person of color she’d been convicted. NC has a mom indicted for a similar offense; she won’t walk like casey did – she’s not a white girl. Yes, the murder of an innocent child is tragic; getting away with it is a travesty of justice…/


jjimy July 9, 2011 at 8:24 am

Fionna… that is the most sane and commonsenced comment i’ve heard so far on this whole sorry event..
I’m astounded with the jurys decision…. Their decision was based on the ‘game’ between the defence and the prosecution, and the murder of the little innocent girl was just a side issue. shame!,,, may it lang haunt them..
Whats next on the $$ trail for this vile excuse for a mother, the talk show circuit? and book?..
Then the comments of people waiting to enter the courtroom, to feed their hedonistic pleasures…. sickening.. To them It was nothing more than an ‘event’ and a chance to get their face on tv..
And last but not least, the old ‘racist’ card thrown-up in arguments surronding the case!!,, Which I witness being used here in Ireland too at every little courtcase from shoplifting to parking tickets!!.. get a life and get real people.


Fionna July 9, 2011 at 11:37 am

Thank you John Doe and Jjimy.
I don’t know how defense lawyers sleep at night. I am sure a lot of the time they believe/know that their client is guilty and yet they will pull every trick in the book to win their case. It’s all about winning and has little to do with justice that is why the race card gets played so often. If you have enough money (or your trial promises to be media frenzy), you can buy an acquittal. The Casey Anthony case proved that.
Casey Anthony may make money on this but for the rest of her life she will feel the guilt every time someone recognizes her then turns away in disgust.


jjimy July 9, 2011 at 1:31 pm

Again Fionna, you tell it as it is!. However i must differ with you on your last line. I dont think Casey Anthony is capable of guilt , I think the only guilt she feels, is the guilt of being caught in the first place and the shame at being recogonized, as opposed to shame for the MURDER of a child..
If ever she is capable of guilt, its a long way off, could be 10 to 20 years time, eventually the festering within ,will catch up with her and haunt her to the grave…. sucide being her only release! ..


Fionna July 10, 2011 at 7:10 am

I believe you are right on the guilt issue. She is such a narcissist that she is probably incapable of guilt. Hopefully she feels some sort of shame if not for the murder of her child, for the pariah she will become. Her lawyers were all chummy with her during the trial but now that she is no longer of benefit to them, they will soon forget her. I think any friend she makes now will simply be using her for notoriety or to make money on that friendship, for example, a novelist etc.. So if she does not live with guilt or shame, I hope at least she lives her life in fear from the death threats that have been issued.


Augustus August 22, 2011 at 9:43 am

I learned something from this post (and comments), it seems spreading undesirables (e.g complaining) attracts more undesirables and negative minded people like magnets.


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