If Casey Anthony was in Texas, things would have been a lot different. TFM.

  1. alpha gamma brho

    “We have the death penalty and know how to use it. You kill us, we’ll kill you back.”-Ron White

    13 years ago at 1:47 pm
    1. FairfieldCountyCT

      at least she’s still to be judged by en even greater power, but fuck florida

      13 years ago at 2:11 pm
    2. KA born and bred

      In Texas if more than 3 people see you do what you did mister you don’t sit on death row for 10 years, we move you to the front of the line.

      13 years ago at 2:37 pm
    1. JPHaze

      Texas doesn’t have terrible prosecution and doesn’t take all jurors from an area that statistically goes against long jail sentences and death penelty. So fuck you florida.

      13 years ago at 1:51 pm
    2. Damn Right

      Fair enough fratlunteer maybe the prosecution is better there, but the bottom line is if there’s a chance she’s innocent and since there was no video evidence, no confession (which is rare I know), no witnesses. Its hard to convict someone of murder.

      If you wanna get mad at the Florida prosecution or the law then you can, but its not the jurors fault, they acted in accordance with the constitution

      13 years ago at 2:12 pm
    3. Damn Right

      And JP Haze, learn to spell. “Penalty” is a word that you would see in a 2nd grade spelling bee

      13 years ago at 2:20 pm
    4. Fratlunteer

      I’m far from an expert on the case because there’s shit like our failing economy and a list of other things way more important, but I’ve still paid a little attention because cases like his help define our legal system. Anyway, what it comes down to is the prosecution team in Orlando did a terrible job. They went in thinking they had the case won and that’s never good. If there was any doubt they could get her for murder, they should have focused on having her locked up on a child abuse and neglect charge and toughened their obstruction of justice charges for a more severe penalty there.

      13 years ago at 2:50 pm
    5. JPHaze

      It was actually also the judge at fault because in most all cases the jury can find a victim guilty of a lessor crime but the judge said it is murder 1 or nothing right before they went into deliberation. So in fact yes it is the state of Floridas fault. On top they also chose the jury whom as I already said was not in favor or either the Death penalty or long sentence for any criminal. Sorry english teacher I’m no TFM not writing a fucking paper…. You also had a prosecution that was less than able to attempt to prosecute Casey Anthony, I.E. how they should have charged Casey’s mother with perjury. So damn right watch and study the case and then we can talk. TEXAS FOREVER the state with the best economy and lowest unemployment.

      13 years ago at 6:42 pm
    6. Damn Right

      First off, I don’t care at all that this trial happened in my state, Im not defending the result because of my ridiculous amount of “Florida pride” I wasn’t priding myself on this case being held in my state at all. I think she was guilty, but I think she should be found not guilty. So all of your my state is better than your state talk, whatever, TFTC. I have money and I’m employed, and don’t care about my states ratings.

      13 years ago at 7:07 pm
    7. Bronald Trump

      To say the prosecution did a bad job is ignorant. The prosecuting attorneys are the best of the best and did a great job with what they have. There was not a lot of evidence there so it was very hard to get a conviction. Frank George, Jeff Ashton, and Linda Drain Burdick are all world class attorneys.

      13 years ago at 11:33 pm
    8. Kappasig639

      The prosecutors are definetely to blame…strike one you actually try the case when you have no evidence…if that isnt dumb as shit I dont know what is…they let the media dictate their actions and pursued the case prematurely… falling to peer pressure. NF.

      13 years ago at 6:29 pm
  2. JPHaze

    The fuck… I literally just posted this in the other Casey Anthony TFM lol… Except I said she would have been in the chair. “Seems like every other state is trying to get ride of the death penalty, in Texas we are figuring out ways to kill you faster.”-Ron White

    13 years ago at 1:50 pm
  3. icehoused

    Man, that was one fratty frat move right there. The frattiness of hypothetical scenarios of previous court trials really slaps you in the face if youre not on your A game.

    13 years ago at 1:54 pm
    1. ksig565

      Don’t be a dick. Yes, this is not fratty at all and shouldn’t be on the TFM wall, but it is a long sad story that has changed some people’s lives.

      13 years ago at 2:19 pm
    2. ksig565

      Friends and relatives of the family, the detectives who spent so many hours researching and trying to prove her guilty. I don’t know, I think it has changed many people’s lives, but we all have different ideas.

      13 years ago at 2:33 pm
  4. Taaka

    Not sure why a Virginian is running on about the virtues of Texas, but fuck you and your “ohmygodababykillerislooseicantotallygetthisshitonTFM” ways

    13 years ago at 2:03 pm
    1. Damn Right

      Haha I know, so many people just do retarded current event tfms that have nothing frat about them

      13 years ago at 2:22 pm
    2. Roll frat roll

      If the TFMs suck so fucking bad why don’t you post some quality ones asshole.

      13 years ago at 11:08 pm
  5. Braingrenade

    Bet she can make one he’ll of a sandwich… Not sure if I would eat it though. God knows what it would be laced with

    13 years ago at 2:04 pm
  6. True_Gentleman27

    This should have been on the TSM wall, women are the only ones who should have had enough time to keep track of that shit

    13 years ago at 2:08 pm
  7. KappaKutie

    If she was black or hispanic she would have been found guilty…this was a miscarriage of justice.

    13 years ago at 2:11 pm
    1. Drunk

      A black or hispanic mother would never kill their child! They get too much money from the state too keep him/her alive…

      13 years ago at 8:26 pm
    2. Blue and Blue Belle

      It’s actually a perfect carriage of American justice, according to a mildly important document signed in 1787. Take a government or law class.

      13 years ago at 8:48 pm
  8. Sweet As Pie

    They must have gotten advice from OJ’s defense in regard to jury selection.

    13 years ago at 3:42 pm
    1. Fratlosopher King

      “What can I do to help ensure the jury won’t convict my client?”

      “Look for jurors who will be less likely to convict your client.”

      …stroke of genius.

      13 years ago at 4:15 pm