Well as much as I enjoy reporting and commenting on the News, I also very much enjoy other peoples opinions on all sorts of different things.
This morning after seeding on Newsvine an article detailing the new book “Imperfect Justice:Prosecuting Casey Anthony” by prosecuting attorney Jeff Ashton.
I begain to sit and think about all the books that are surely to be written about this trial and the person Casey Anthony, and wanted to ask some questions as to how the books might be received and the subjects written about be perceived by the general public.
While I have very mixed feeling about any book on this subject, those are only my opinions and what I am seeking is the opinion of you the Newvine readers.
Now I'm quite sure Jeff Ashton's book will detail about the Prosecution of Casey Anthony and how she ended up being found not guilty.
I next considered what would a book by Jose Baez the lead defense attorney entail, would he explain to the world how he now considers himself to be the greatest of all defense attorneys? Would he compare himself to Johnny Cochran that got OJ off ? And no doubt he would proclaim how his client Casey Anthony was a victim and unjustly prosecuted?
Next my mind wondered to Casey Anthony herself, what if she wrote a book and what kind of story would it tell. Then it stuck me, in Casey's position right now she may be able to write the block buster book that would trump them all,, “How I did it” !
After all what does Casey how to loose, she is already listed as the most hated female in the Country in all the recent Polls. She would have nothing to loose and everything to gain if she simply wrote a book telling how she killed her daughter Caylee.
She can not be retried for the crime again because of the Double Jeopardy law, even if she were to now openly admit to doing the crime.
Almost no one would think worst of her, as most already believe she did it whether she admits to it or not. But she would stand to possibly have a very marketable book and make a great deal of money.