The second thing is the question of How? How did this happen? How did Caley die? How did the parents cover it up? The bottom line is nobody told law enforcement about her disappearance for over thirty days. The third element is that the father was IN law enforcement, just makes you throw your hands up and ask again, how did this happen?
After listening to the tape played of Casey in the jail DEMANDING her mother to give her Tony Lazarro's phone number and then berating her mother with words like, "I saw your cameo performance today." just make you want to give her a taste of her own medicine. Casey was in jail for God's sake and had no business demanding anything! Unfortunately I have to say that Cindy the mother was an enabler. Without punishment for these type of disrespect, our children will grow into monsters. I believe Casey killed her own daughter, I believe Casey has never had any punishment for her lies and actions. Now that being said lets look at the fourth thing about this case. Was justice served?
Yes. You may not agree with the verdict but I really respect what the prosecutor said at his post trial conference. "Listen, we may have not gotten the result that we wanted but in the end, the prosecution did their job, the defense did their job and the jury and judge did their job." he said. It is how the system works in America. I would have voted the same way as the jurors on every issue except for child neglect. I think the evidence is there for this issue as defined by what I heard on the news. But in the end the prosecution didn't prove (key words coming here) BEYOND A SHADOW OF A DOUBT that she actually killed her daughter. It is possible that someone else killed Kaley and Casey buried her. This is where the neglect part should have been guilty in my thoughts as the one strand of hair was banded indicating it was from a decomposed body in the back of the trunk. And not reporting your own child missing for thirty days is neglect in any court of law. It is possible that someone else in the house used the duct tape. She was NOT the only one who had access to this tape. It was in her parents house.