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Orange County Sheriff Discourages Public From 'Civil Disobedience' In Response To Casey Anthony Ruling

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Understandable that these kind of measures are being taken!

We imagine that there are A LOT of pretty angry people out there!

In light of the shocking news that Casey Anthony was found NOT GUILTY of murdering her two-year-old daughter, Caylee, yesterday, after an extremely high profile trial, Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demmings made a public announcement, pleaing with his community to refrain from acting out in any way in response to the devastating ruling!

He says in a statement:

"As the verdict has been rendered, we ask our community to respect the decision the jury and court have made today. Historically, there have been other high profile trials that have resulted in civil disobedience. Regardless of one's personal beliefs about the innocence or guilt of Casey Marie Anthony, that you maintain your peaceful resolve."

He also discouraged anyone who does not live in Anthony's neighborhood from visiting that area, and also made it clear that the authorities would be patrolling the county "to ensure order and peace are maintained."

We sincerely hope that the public heeds his warning.

There's been enough unnecessary violence and devastation during this whole mess.

[Image via AP Images.]

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13 comments to “Orange County Sheriff Discourages Public From 'Civil Disobedience' In Response To Casey Anthony Ruling”

  1. 1

    Look at her face. Disgusting.

  2. 2

    i hope someone ends up running this bitch over

  3. 3

    someone is going to beat her face in its just a matter of time! And she deserves it!

  4. 4

    You're probably more upset about Gaga's youtube account being shut down for a day.

  5. 5

    I still think this piece of crap is guilty of murdering that innocent child. I believe she will get what is coming. Justice will be served… one day! RIP Caylee

  6. 6

    Considering she lives in Florida, a state known for it's extremist and hate groups, I would not be surprised if someone decided to take matters in their own hands. Not to wish it on her, but karma is a bitch!

  7. 7

    No evidence period.

  8. 8

    Unfortunately i have to say that the defense won her freedom, they were able to take the focus off what everyone was there for….which was to find justice for Caley, I am just curious on a few things…..does anyone think that George and Cindy Anthony are going to welcome Casey back home if she gets released in a few days?? I dont think so, what about her brother, she accused him of molesting her…..or was that the family going along with the defense to save Casey from a guilty verdict???

  9. 9

    Maybe she is guilty, but there was no evidence at all. The case was very weak right from the start. What's disgusting is the fact that people are wishing her dead, that makes you no better than the person who murdered Caylee, if she was actually murdered. You can't base the verdict on your feelings because you don't like someone or because they seem guilty or strange or you don't like how they look, it has to be based on facts and actual evidence. Look at what happened to the West Memphis Three. They're still in prison for something that's been proven they didn't do and they were convicted just because the jury didn't like them and thought they had to be guilty. Look at the Ramseys . For YEARS everyone thought they were guilty and they received death threats all the time, yet there was no evidence supporting their guilt. It was only after Patsy died that they were proven innocent and completely ruled out as suspects. How does that saying go? " It's better that ten guilty men go free, than one innocent man go to prison".

  10. 10

    I wonder if the sheriff will suspend that statement Thursday when she walks away…

  11. 11

    I hope she goes home, has a nice afternoon, climbs into the pool, and drowns.

  12. 12

    Clearly it's a combination of both. The prosecution didn't have the evidence and the defense, doing it's job, capitalized on it. Did she do it? Probably. But that's no excuse for half-assing your job in nailing her. The jury can't work with "probably".

  13. 13

    I hope the rest of her life is a living hell. Karma is awaiting.