Casey Anthony Acquitted: Nancy Grace Out for Blood
By Laura T.
Don’t you even think this article will be a play-by-play of the twists and turns and facts and figures in the Casey Anthony murder case.
Because, frankly, there are A LOT.
Please: take it as one feminist’s perspective on the douche-like behavior of her female peers and, of course, of Nancy Grace.
Nancy’s all for pointing fingers. I know: I watched her show in grad school, sitting at home alone on my couch, feeling pathetic. I watched her, and I felt the extreme emotional investment she has in all of the murder cases involving the most insidious persons and acts.
No surprise that she believes the Casey Anthony verdict is a bunch of malarky.
Nancy’s a human being too, don’t get me wrong. She’s had her taste of tragedy.
But this woman crosses the line in her vigorous condemnations, as though criminals are inhuman. She says that now Casey will be free to live the “easy life.”
She’s not gonna let the “cooky jury” stop justice. “Not for me, anyway.”
Maybe next time, we’ll see Nancy in the courtroom as the defendant (tried for murdering Casey Anthony, heeey-ooooh!)
According to the “evidence,” Casey Anthony wanted to be a party girl, so she axed her little girl Caylee. But sordid details about incest and a family of lies came to a head and the jury just couldn’t stomach killing her without concrete evidence.
But Nancy Grace and many other media outlets wrongfully used this case as an outlet of RAGE against women who have babies and aren’t “motherly.” It made so much sense to all the “good mothers” out there who, out of their own guilt and self-loathing, raged against Anthony for what they believe she did… because they feel that if they don’t rage, they’ll be seen as bad mothers themselves.
I am definitely not clairvoyant. I cannot tell you what was going through Casey’s brain that day when whatever happened, happened. But I can tell you this: this woman’s life is forever shattered. Yes, she may regain some semblance of a normal life, just as the victims of incest-king Josef Fritzl regained… but, really? The sweet life?
I’m actually worried that, thanks to Nancy Grace and other media outlets, the damn girl might just get the “justice” that the jury was “afraid” to give her. Maybe Nancy Grace won’t do it, but some crazy fucker with a shotgun may just be out for Casey’s blood when she is released.
Ain’t that America?