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Published: Wednesday, July 6 2011 5:20 a.m. MDT

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Nan BW
ELder, CO

This whole sad scenario is all to representative to the endangerment children face who are born to irresponsible and uncommitted parents. DN published an article about the circumstances in which a child is most likely to be abused and/or neglected, and it indicated that children living with single mothers who have boyfriends are most vulnerable. By whatever means Caylee died, she was in that tragic situation.

Rifleman
Salt Lake City, Utah

So if the little drowned in a swimming pool how did she end up in the swamp? This story reminds me of the O.J. Simpson case. Casey Anthony's lawyer was probably the most surprised man in the court room.

Brother Chuck Schroeder
A Tropical Paradise USA, FL

Re: Rifleman - 8:54 a.m. Salt Lake City, Utah
So if the little drowned in a swimming pool how did she end up in the swamp?.

Reply: Seeing everybody in Utah is so BYU smart, answer me this then. "She can kill her child and get away with it but I can't get married to my partner and adopt a child," Mark Walker wrote on his Facebook wall mere moments after Casey Anthony was found not guilty of first degree murder, manslaughter and child abuse. "This is O.J. Number 2," one woman said outside the courtroom, where hundreds of people gathered to protest the jury's decision. "The public has been whipped up into this frenzy wanting revenge for this poor little adorable child. And because of the desire for revenge, they've been whipped up into a lynch mob." "Casey obviously has a lot of psychological problems. Whether she murdered her daughter or not is another thing." The act of killing a child you've birthed, fed, dressed, and cuddled with unthinkable, continued Streep. "WHO PUT HER BODY" in the swamp / woods?. That's what I want to know also.

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