Friday, July 8, 2011

Concealing a death: How about "obstruction of justice?"

The trial and acquittal of Casey Anthony has spawned a slew of proposed laws named after her 2-year-old daughter Caylee, as lawmakers and their constituents try to extract some measure of reform out of a case that ended -- for many onlookers -- with frustration.

The state proposals, which sprung up after an Oklahoma woman started an online petition drive Tuesday, would generally make it a felony for a parent not to report the death or disappearance of his or her child in a certain period of time.

So, they're pretending that they never heard of obstruction of justice. How convenient for her.

This woman (using the term loosely) positively sends chills down my spine with her evil, inhuman facial expressions, and they probably explain why she's being released into the loving arms of someone who is going to protect her from outraged masses, who saw the same evidence the jury saw, and almost unanimously voted guilty.