Casey Anthony Juror Just Dropped A Bombshell About The Trial 10-Years-Later

A different side of the story

Casey Anthony was acquitted of the murder of her daughter Caylee a decade ago. It was a controversial case, and people still talk about it. The horror gave us chills and almost everyone thought that Anthony had killed her two-year-old.

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It’s been ten years now, and a male juror commemorated the anniversary of the verdict. He didn’t want to be identified and said that the case still “haunts” him. Things could have taken a different turn back then.

“On the first day of the trial, I remember thinking, ‘holy s—, this is insane,’” he told People Magazine. “I had no idea what to think by the time both sides had finished their statements. We weren’t permitted to discuss it with each other, so we were making small chat at dinner, but there was this huge unsaid cloud hanging over us because of what we’d just heard.”

He said, “We all sat about that night, and it was killing us not to talk.” “All we did was exchange lengthy stares. “However, no one said anything.”

“As time has passed and I’ve learned more, I believe I would have reached a different conclusion,” the juror said. “But, at the time, I thought my doubts were justified based on what I understood and what they told me.”

Prosecutors claimed the mother had killed her toddler with chloroform. Defense attorney Jose Baez had a different explanation.

Baez said, “Caylee was never missing. She drowned in the home swimming pool on June 16, 2008. It was a tragic accident. It’s a common occurrence.”

The juror spoke about the case this week, and shares the same opinion.

When it comes to the drowning argument, he said “It was plausible to me. And I remember thinking to myself, ‘Well, that would explain a lot.’”

When asked what he would say if he ran into the mother on the street, he said, “I wouldn’t say a word. I’d walk across the street to the other side. I don’t know what to say to her.”

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Source: The True Defender

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