Over the years I’ve followed many trials and criminal investigations. Some cases become controversial and “sides” are developed. Debates are fought between those who think the defendant is guilty, or a particular person is guilty or culpable in a case, and those that support the defendant.
There were a few crazies that supporters Casey Anthony. Weird dude’s who wanted to bang her. Freaks that had conspiracy theories about Caylee being a product of incest (despite DNA proving otherwise), and weird theories about the meter reader that discovered the body. But they were simply nut cases. Harmless. Even though I think Casey Anthony is a child killer, the self titled “Caylee Warriors” are the ones that scared me…
Most of the people that agreed with the verdict in the Anthony case simply thought that the state did not have enough evidence to prove their case.
In the Haleigh Cummings missing child turned homicide case, we have the weirdos who supported Haleigh’s father Ronald Cummings. They supporters him despite the fact he had a had a history of drugs, including meth, and Haleigh’s mother claimed he was abusive to not only her, but to Haleigh. He hired a lawyer and refused to cooperate with law enforcement to find his missing 5-year-old.
These people trolled the blogs and forums defending Ronald for some weird reason. Even HLN’s Nancy Grace, a former prosecutor, known for being aggressive and no-nonsense on missing child cases threw her common sense aside and claimed if an angel came down from heaven and informed her Ronald was involved she would wrestle them. Some people like Grace, fell for his fake crying jags on TV. I thought he was full of shit.
Most supporters of Ronald Cummings are simply ignorant of the facts, or wear rose-colored glasses and don’t want to accept that even though he has never been charged with her murder, that he could have been involved. He is not a saint. He was a terrible father. He is a criminal. He is a thug.
Most Ronald supporters quit vocally supporting him and left the blogs when he was arrested for dealing drugs and sentenced to 15-years in prison after pleading guilty. They were also silent when he got a Nazi tattoo on his back while in prison. They’re are some things that even they couldn’t defend.
In the Jodi Arias case there are very few that support her. She admits she killed Travis Alexander. She claims she did it in self-defense. However the evidence shows that the gun she used to kill him, is the same gun stolen from her grandparents home, before Travis was killed. It was premeditated, not self defense. But some people still defended her despite the overwhelming evidence that proved she was a liar.
However, compared to supporters of other criminal defendants in high-profile cases, Arias supporters are the most nasty of them all. If you google the name of Travis Alexander, you can see where her supporters posted photographs of his dead body online. Some have even been suspended on twitter for posting photos of his corpse.
They’re also helping Jodi profit from the murder by selling t-shirts, her sketches, underwear, and some are pathetic pay pal pushers seeking donations for her. Sick. Raising money for a killer, and causing pain to the victims family.
It is obvious that her supporters have the same sort of evil sadistic personality that she does. They’re vicious, and obviously take delight in causing pain to the family of Travis Alexander. Do they even stop to think that any of his family members may see these photographs of their loved one, where his dead body lays in the shower with his throat slit? Do they care? Do they get a kick out “trolling” like that? I think they do.
I’ve seen the photos posted online. I can’t even begin to describe them. If I had a loved one murdered, and supporters of their killer were posting photos like that on the internet, I’d want to track them down and beat the crap out of them. Some people have no decency and Jodi Arias supporters engaging in this vile behavior are examples of it. They are the most disgusting people I’ve ever encountered since blogging and talking about trials.