Casey Anthony Look Alike Attacked

I know this story is a few weeks old but where are these people now that Casey is actually out of jail and walking free amongst us?

You’ll remember Sammay Blackwell was attacked for looking like Casey Anthony last month. A woman named Shireen Nalley literally tried to killer her because she sorta looks like Casey Anthony. I mean, not to me, but obviously to Shireen.

Shireen was charged with assault and battery with a deadly weapon for ramming Sammay’s van with her truck twice.

The bizarre twist to that story is that Sammay actually has a daughter named Caylee.

What the hell is Shireen up to now a days? She’s got to be out on bail? She’s really shirking her responsibilities here. Instead of attacking women who vaguely look like Casey, why not go after the REAL Casey now that she’s out of jail?

I’m not advocating violence, but I am advocating people to call Casey Anthony out for her crime every chance that they get. If they see her on the street, or in a restaurant, or at the gym. A day should not go by that people do not remind her that she got away with murdering her daughter. Society shouldn’t forgive people who get off on technicalities.

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She violated her childs civil rights by not calling 911 and reporting her daughters death to law enforcement, violated her daughters basic civil right to emergency services and life saving techniques. Every person should have the basic right to receive life saving techniques.
We owe the little child a proper burial, which includes discerning what exactly happened to her.

The United States’ Declaration of Independence states “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness-”

The federal government is required to step in when a citizen’s civil rights have been violated. The childs inalienable rights were not only violated, but stolen from her.