I haven’t had time to do weekly updates lately, and no time to follow any trials, but I woke up Saturday morning to discover much to my surprise, that Martin MacNeill had been found guilty. What I learned in bits and pieces sounded interesting in the sense, that MacNeill apparently got away with it for quite a while. I did keep up on twitter and other online sources, noting characters such as the mistress “Gypsy.” I also checked for updates on the Voices4Justice chat (on this blog), since it is an open forum concerning any and all recent (and past) cases of interest.
After watching some witness testimony yesterday, along with closing arguments for the prosecution, I was convinced that he was guilty. The evidence was straightforward and clear, even though it was circumstantial. The testimony spoke for itself and I am so glad that the prosecution took time to explain to the jury, that circumstantial evidence is just as good as forensic, especially when used in conjunction with their most valuable tool, common sense.
This might seem like a good place to mention the Caylee Anthony trial but I’ll refrain for a minute. Suffice it to say that what we have learned about the morals and the scruples of jurors, and the flat out manipulation and propaganda perpetrated by the media, has been frightening.
According to a 2012 “integrity” study it is…
And now with the help of federal interjections, finally something that looks like justice was served up in the state of Florida, when a Federal court ruled against Casey Anthony’s attorneys, and in favor of Zenaida Gonzalez, Roy Kronk, Caylee Anthony, Morgan and Morgan law firm, Florida taxpayers and a disgusted public who has waited for any justice in this case, for years. It has been hard for Americans to forget the trial, that from the very beginning reeked of deceit and dirty tricks. The focus has shifted away from the killer and her family to the attorneys and the officials that dropped the ball or worse. Too many unanswered questions. Too many people asking them over and over again.
It was that bad.
Since an overwhelming majority of Americans believe that Anthony got away with willfully and maliciously murdering her child, the verdict did much to draw attention to the corruption level in Florida.
Time does absolutely nothing to heal the rage experienced by millions when the state of Florida failed Caylee Anthony and it’s tax paying citizens, on every level in July of 2011.
In July of 2011 justice died for many of us. It will forever mark the day when we realized just how dirty our system really is.
Watch this scary video on Florida corruption…
In other recent news, Judge Sherry Stevens appears to have a growth that resembles a set of kahunas. In her last ruling she snatched the key to the city away from America’s favorite oversexed psycho, Jodi Arias, and told her she could not change attorneys at this point in the game. Could this mark the end of a long expensive stint into “Never Never Land”, funded by the taxpayers of Arizona? Could it be that Judge Stevens has finally stopped molly-coddling, raging homicidal maniacs and their snake oil attorneys?
Only time will tell.
If anyone qualifies for the death penalty it is Jodi Arias. She thought about killing Travis Alexander for a long time before she actually did it. She connived, lied and planned his killing, down to every detail. She killed him over and over that day and has continued to do so in court, all facilitated by Judge Stevens at the expense of the Alexander family and the tax paying citizens of Arizona. Arias has not shown one ounce of remorse, quite the contrary, she continues to manipulate and blame everyone else for her actions.
She’s a liar to the bitter end and she is extremely dangerous.
The image of Arias, latched onto Travis Alexander’s back, stabbing him repeatedly, as he is forced to watch in the mirror, is something worse then any horror film. The scenario, recreated by Juan martinez in closing arguments, was enough to insure that 12 reasonable people should find for death, but alas, Judge Sherry lost control of her court room and we all watched the ensuing circus.
The scene Martinez depicted of Travis, attempting to get away, losing blood, losing strength and Arias’s maniacal, vengeful need to continue her attack…was blood chilling.
We’ve all seen the look before.
It’s the look of a narcissistic sociopath. The type that kills.
But as if that terrible vision of Travis dying in the hallway, straddled by this monster as she slits his throat and cuts off his air supply, as if that is not enough, the entire thing plays out in photos…photos that this killer took on purpose, so that she could enjoy killing Travis all over again, simply for the pleasure.
Someone like this is not redeemable. They cannot be saved nor do they want to be. They live from victim to victim and they only want to get away with as much as they can. It’s the duping delight. The rush they get from it…
and they never change.
It’s not the kind of personality that a judge should be catering too. Let’s hope this marks the end of all of the nonsense from Judge Stevens.
Note to Judge Stevens: Jodi Arias is a convicted killer…
not a victim.