Of course you are all correct. I am surprised I didn't get one person agreeing with me because there are a lot of people out there that do, which is sad to the max. There are many in my family who would agree with what I have said but I am happy to report that I am not one of them.
For the record, I do believe beyond a reasonable doubt, at this point in time, that Casey is guilty. But, having said that, I must hold off final judgement until the defense has rested.
The best testimony I have to those who argue with me face-to-face of the fallicy of their position is the few hundred people let off of death row so far because they were found to be actually innocent! What I can't fight, however, because there is no way to overcome the illogic of it, are those who believe that it is OK to waste a few innocent lives in order to catch the many guilty. That is a fundamental difference in mind-set, I believe between the Conservative philosophical view of justice and the Progressive view of justice.