I watched a little of the Casey Anthony trial yesterday but the guy the prosecution put up on the stand kept making me nod off. It is tough to watch the trial after it happens for the day because all you want to do is fast forward. Just wait for the breaks and when they come back, there is some talking head giving a nice summary.
You know what got me yesterday? When they guy said that after 20 years he has never seen chloroform levels so high. Really? No one else ever used it? Then though, the guy scared m. They went to a junkyard and found an old Pontiac and tested the carpet in the trunk for chloroform and found it had trace amounts. Seriously? There is that stuff in the carpets in the car? It also scared me because if this thing had been sitting in a junkyard for years and had trace elements of the stuff, who is to say that some carpet worker didn't dump a bunch of it on Casey Anthony's carpet? What about that he only found 5 of the 30 things he looks for when determining whether a dead body decomposed somewhere.
Does anyone think the jury is thinking these things? All these little things that keep adding up? It only takes one not guilty to have a mistrial and then the whole process starts again, but probably with lesser charges.