Sign Petition for “Caylee’s Law”
Now is the time to sign the petition for “Caylee’s Law”.
Caylee Anthony has touched the hearts of America – and beyond. Caylee was a two-year old baby girl whose untimely death was ruled “homicide, according to Dr. Jan C. Garavaglia, M.D., (aka “Dr. G”), chief medical examiner for the District Nine (Orange-Osceola) Medical Examiner’s Office in Florida. Caylee’s mother, Casey Anthony was charged with the murder. On July 5, 2011 most of the country watched in shock when Casey Anthony was acquitted of murder and all other major charges surrounding the case.
Outrage has been streaming across social media, in the streets of Orlando, and it has been reported that the parents of Casey Anthony have received death threats. USA Today conducted a poll and asked people, “do you think Casey Anthony is guilty?” 2 out of 3 people voted “yes”. It is hard to understand how 12 jurors came down with a ” not guilty”verdict.
Was this jury watching the same trial as we were?
What it all comes down to is, in the eyes of the justice system, Casey Anthony is not guilty. Ask any mom, dad, grandparent (or 2 0ut of 3 Americans) what they think and the result will be much different. People are disgusted, angry, sad, and confused. There is nothing we can do about it, franly speaking. Vigilante justice is not the answer, but honoring Caylee Marie is the honorable thing to do.
Michelle Crowder from Durant, Oklahoma has drafted a petition called “Caylee’s Law”. If the bill is passed, “Caylee’s Law” will make it a felony if a parent or guardian does not notify law enforcement of a child missing within 24 hours. Casey Anthony waited 31 days to report Caylee missing. Some of the public’s outrage is over the suspicious 31 days that Caylee’s disappearance was unreported. What happened to baby Caylee in these 31 days is probably something none of us will ever know; Though we know what her Mother was up to during that time. Bella vita!
Let us do the right thing and honor Caylee Marie. Click here to sign the petition for “Caylees Law”.
Rest in peace, Caylee. Your time here was not long enough, but your smile has left a print on our hearts-eternally.