I Was Featured in This Virtual Symposium on the Casey Anthony Verdict

Frontpage started this symposium via e-mail a couple of weeks ago. It features Alan Dershowitz, Ben Shapiro, some nut from LewRockwell.com named William Anderson and me. I basically call them all immoral scumbags and William Anderson and Dershowitz claim criminals are the victims of America’s evil. Sick bastards.

Enjoy:

http://frontpagemag.com/2011/08/05/symposium-the-casey-anthony-verdict/

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40 Responses to “I Was Featured in This Virtual Symposium on the Casey Anthony Verdict”

  1. Bob Neal on August 6th, 2011 11:10 am

    And your comments were per se defamatory. You know nothing of the Duke Lacrosse case – other than that which fits your absurd narrative.

  2. Rob Taylor on August 6th, 2011 1:49 pm

    So sue me.

  3. Bob Neal on August 6th, 2011 5:04 pm

    Nice attitude. You defame a group of kids who have been through more than you can imagine, because LE and the DA did all they could to frame them and you perpetuate the myth. I’m former LE myself and certainly am no apologist for criminals, but you have to be honest when LE loses objectivity.

  4. Rob Taylor on August 6th, 2011 6:32 pm

    Nice attitude you and all these Duke Lacrosse groupies are comparing frat boys who hired a stripper from an escort agency to Caylee Anthony. Have fun in Hell.

  5. DodiaFae on August 7th, 2011 7:54 am

    I’m still wondering why that even came up at all? What does one have to do with the other? Typical of child abusers and those who stick up for them to attempt to downplay the abuse by bringing up some other case that has no basis for comparison. It’s nothing but a means of distraction, drawing attention away from the fact that a baby girl was murdered.

  6. Rob Taylor on August 7th, 2011 2:24 pm

    That’s what i was thinking. Also with Anderson there’s a racial component. He cares about the lies of the “Black stripper” as he puts it but when it comes to Casey Anthony’s lies about the Mexican woman she tried to get arrested he’s silent. Funny story – there’s some sort of Duke LaCross groupie movement out there – I think they’re all Men’s movement weirdos. One of them sent me an email crying about this article and I wasn’t receptive. So he writes a blog post claiming I said they were guilty and sends like 30 people here – who all click my adsense! Morons! My clicks quadrupled that day. Ha!

  7. K Miller on August 8th, 2011 5:46 am

    Rob,

    I appreciated much of your input on the Casey Anthony verdict. However, I do disagree with you in assigning the outcome to a left-ish leaning against authority, police etc. Even if you look at your citing of “Info-Warsian” commonalities, you will also find some right-leaners, wayward they may be.

    I think the majority of persons upset with this injustice are both left and right. It has been mind-boggling to me to figure out “what happened” here, and I mean with the verdict and its defenders.

    It would be interesting if sociologists, etc could come up with a test that could shed some light on this as I think there are many issues that would come up.

    It appears to me that there are some who prefer being contrary and defenders of what is unpopular. I would bet those who believe *this* verdict, and all verdicts are sacred, have criticized other legal outcomes and the “system”.

    The biggest impression I get however, is that the majority of the verdict defenders prefer to blame Nancy Grace and all those who disagree with the verdict as being a “lynch mob”. I think you eloquently spoke to this, but I think the jury themselves had some of this same bias.

    I also suspect that the prosecution was too professional, too educated and too elite, too intimidating for this jury (translate to arrogant, authoritarian and bullying). And I think the jury saw Jose Baez as underdog and could relate to him and his lesser abilities.

    Lastly, sex, I think added a powerful chaos to the mix.. brings up everything from media and public interest, feminism, “abuse”, comparisons to “witch trials” to marriage proposals, to young eligible TGI Friday’s servers waiting in line to give the prosecutor the finger. And I don’t think the jury was immune from the influence.

    My reason for following this case, was from the very beginning… those incredible, incredulous 31 days. From the get go, the only way to find out where and what happened to Caylee would have been by waterboarding Casey. I should tell you, I’m a liberal, so… The lack of closure, the injustice and those gloating “the system worked” — I can’t think of words to describe. I know this was just one case, and there are many injustices. I don’t want to know about them. I wish I never knew about this trial and its outcome. Sad.

  8. Rob Taylor on August 8th, 2011 8:45 am

    Thank you K, and you’re right in that I should have been clearer about what i meant by left-libertarian which is still far to the right of a Liberal and frankly to the right in some respects of me as a Republican, though in other ways they are far to the Left of both of us. These symposiums have word limits on your replies so in some things I was forced to be too brief.

    I think your analysis is right, and certainly when it comes to the hypocrisy of the verdict defenders. For all their rancor over the “truth” as they see it they have no sympathy for the woman Casey Anthony falsely accused. When it comes to the Lew Rockwell set there is also an ugly racial element to much of their thinking – so you’ll see them take the side of any White defendant when they attack Blacks or Latinos for doing basically the same thing.

  9. John Smith on August 11th, 2011 12:44 am

    I’m not sure what exactly happened and neither are you. You think their guilty of using the “n-word” (how many did? and which ones? do you know?) and should be jailed for that alone. Can we throw her in jail too for calling them “little-dick whiteboys” first? Oh wait, that’s right, she’s already in jail.

  10. Rob Taylor on August 11th, 2011 12:55 am

    If you read the piece you’d see I never said they belonged in jail. Maybe you should read something before criticizing it. Your little friends are purposefully misquoting me.

    I said that people who hire “strippers” from escort services then get burned aren’t innocent like Caylee Anthony was. You thinking banging hookers is good clean fun – I think it’s putting yourself at risk. They got off lucky since as it turned out they were fighting with an insane murderer.

    Think about that for a second- they were fighting with an insane drug addicted murderer who they hired to, at best, perform a sex show (but we all know why you hire escorts)and we’re saying they’re “innocent”

    Not being guilty of something doesn’t mean you’re innocent – children are innocent, whore-mongers aren’t.

  11. Loup on August 11th, 2011 12:49 pm

    “Not being guilty of something doesn’t mean you’re innocent – children are innocent, whore-mongers aren’t.” Well said.

  12. Rick on August 13th, 2011 7:26 am

    College and young working guys all over America: “Hey guys, for the bachelor party this weekend let’s hire an insane drug-addicted murderer to come over and at best perform a sex show for us and them maybe if we get real lucky gang-bang all of us!”

    Yea baby, that’s going on all over the place. Every single time the girl has has jumped out of the cake, figuratively, you just know all the boys at the party were just dying to violently bang down the whore, the guilty bastards…

    Gotta tell you something pal – you got some weird-assed ideas swirling around in your cranium. I’m guessing you’re a late-term abortion survivor or an Islamic jihaddist wanna-be.

    There needs to be a general standing retraining order keeping you over 200 yards from any place where groups of young men gather, like military bases or colleges, construction zones, factories, etc. If not we’re going to end up reading about you firing from the tower, swear to God…

  13. Rob Taylor on August 13th, 2011 11:55 am

    You’re retarded. Jumping out of a cake? Really?

    They hired girls from ESCORT SERVICES. Escort is nice way of saying HOOKER. They didn’t want to watch a burlesque show – they asked the girls to insert broomsticks in their vaginas. You’re the latent closet case with some strange ideas of what’s normal for men to do.

    When i want to see a girl dance I hit the strip club and don’t hire escorts. That you literally think escort services send you women who jump out of cakes is sad. Stop watching TV and trolling blogs and go out and live a little.

  14. Rick on August 13th, 2011 2:02 pm

    “Figuratively” jump out of a cake, moron. Anyone reading this exchange with an IQ higher than the temperature of a drug-sample cup of piss knows what this means. I’m not the slightest bit surprised that leaves you out, and I’m in no mood to try to explain it to your stupid ass.

    Having said this, I will try to gently let you know that the next time you want to “see a girl dance”, and you “hit the strip club”, the girl you’re throwing $20s at really doesn’t like you, even though she did go into a back room with you for an extra $40. AND, there’s a pretty good chance, although not always, but a pretty good chance that she’s a HOOKER too. There’s even a pretty good chance that after she’s heard your last umph after a rotation or two on your fat lap that she’s going to get in a car with her driver and go dance for some college kids somewhere.

    Now please don’t let this break your heart. I know you thought you were the only one for her. But that just isn’t the case.

    Now don’t go put a bullet in your head when you finally put two and two together. And please stop hating the college-age kids who don’t treat your woman with respect. Most of them will outgrow the phase where they hire strippers, or escort services, or HOOKERs to dance for their frat-boy / military / bachelor / etc. parties.

    And you can always hope that at some point, some day, the girl you love at the strip club will come to her senses and see you for the really great guy you are, instead of hanging around those guilty criminals who hire her for private parties.

    Nah, probably not. On second thought, go ahead and put that bullet in your head…

  15. Rob Taylor on August 13th, 2011 2:38 pm

    Throw $20s at! Ah Ha Ha Ha Ha. $20 bucks gets you a laps dance in most clubs. You really are a babe in the woods.

    Funny though, for all your insults you have no argument. They hired hookers. I’m not even interested in that. But you douches are comparing people who hire and fight with hookers to a little girl killed by her mother. You don’t care about that though do you? You think it’s perfectly acceptable for William Anderson to claim that Caylee Anthony is compared to underage drinkers, Johns and drug users. That’s your real point – that morality is subjective.

    Learn to read Sally. I never said those boys were guilty – I said they weren’t Innocent. They put themselves in that position and antagonized a murdering psychopath. The fact they didn’t know she was is irrelevant, any one of us could be murderers, thieves or worse so it behooves you to take that in account when fighting with people. They play the game, they live by the rules.

  16. Rick on August 13th, 2011 3:27 pm

    Jesus H. Christ but you’re stupid. Put the bullet in your chest because a shot to the brain would obviously do no damage.

    There’s a reason you have to throw $20 at a $2 stripper to get her to get her to talk to you, Einstein. But that’s OK, she really “likes” you and that’s why she talks to you, even though she really likes the other guys and talks to them for a buck…

    My opinions, or yours, concerning the Caylee Anthony case isn’t the reason I’m boxing your ears (figuratively speaking, I’m really boxing your eyes) here.

    The reason I’m pointing out how freaking stupid you are (other than you’re really just freaking stupid and it’s enjoyable to make fun of you) is that you had to open your big, uniformed mouth about a case that drug a bunch of INNOCENT boys through the mud, and now you can’t figure out a way to extract your foot from said mouth.

    Here’s an idea, idiot. Admit that you should have just kept your mouth shut concerning the Duke lacrosse case. But since you shot it off prematurely (figuratively speaking, I’m not referring to your last lap dance) you might consider apologizing.

    You see, when I was a young man, and serving in the military, there were occasions when I attended parties that had a hired stripper performing. There, but for the grace of God, as the old saying goes, goes I. And there’s no way in that I ever did anything deserving of the hell that these boys were put through, and neither did they. Fat, stupid fools like you running your mouth notwithstanding.

    By the way, you’re too old to be going to strip joints, particularly the $2 variety your very words here imply you patronize. Grow up, pervert.

  17. Rob Taylor on August 13th, 2011 3:39 pm

    $2! Priceless. Look dummy – you tip strippers just like a bartender. With a dollar. Strippers are like everyone else in a bar. Strippers don’t come to your house – hookers do and since you’ve hired some you know that. Now granted since I’m married (been with my old lady 20 years overall – how about you? Oh yeah, probably single) maybe inflation has picked up but …

    My point is you Lew Rockwell emofags have no life experience. You live in a fantasy world where it’s acceptable to hire to hookers, call them them names and then when that hooker does something terrible to you claim you’re innocent. You’re not.

    Innocence means something. Innocent people aren’t hiring hookers. Those MEN were not guilty of rape – but they were not innocent. My point is a moral one which i why you don;t get it. Anderson equated these hooker hiring scumbags to an innocent child murdered by some skank. That’s disgusting.

    When you hired hookers, opps I mean strippers, did you ask them to sodomize themselves with bats? Did you tell them you only wanted White ones? Did you and your friends hurl racial epithets at them?

    And what “hell” did they go through? Getting fat judgements against the scum who hassled them? Caylee Anthony is dead, they’re out getting high and blowjobs from groupies like you. Why don’t you and you’re buddies just fuck those guys like you want to.

  18. Rick on August 13th, 2011 3:52 pm

    The HOOKER the lacrosse boys hired was also a stripper, moron. Or did this fact escape you? She wasn’t just your (the literal “your”, not the figurative “your”) regular standing date early on Saturday night.

    Also, dipshit, innocent people don’t attend strip joints. Bad shit happens there, too.

    Concerning the hell they and their families went through, oh, I don’t know. Their faces on national magazines, indictment, fear of prison at the hands of a crazed prosecutor, media, and lynch mob?

    And give the ball bat shit a rest. I followed the case. One guy in the party made one ill-advised crack concerning having the HOOKERS use a dildo. Oh their poor innocent ears.

    Here’s a suggestion – they could have always “sued him.”

  19. Rob Taylor on August 13th, 2011 4:00 pm

    You don’t hire strippers from escort services, do you? Escorts are hookers. Higher class? Debatable, but you’re not so stupid as to believe people hire women from escort services and think they’re not paying for sex?

    And you’re right. Strip clubs (and all bars really) are seedy places. I’m not Innocent. Neither are you. We have lost our innocence, which happens when we live in the world (though you seem to have kept your myopia and naivete)and that makes us different from children.

    I’ve been in fights in a bar, judging by your attitude I would guess you have but you may just be some internet tough guy. If we weren’t in those bars would we have fought? Don’t we know that going to bars is risky? That some drunk might take exception to us and want to throw down? That doesn’t mean we’re guilty of anything, but it makes us different than Caylee Anthony, or a person sitting at home minding their business. Right?

  20. Rob Taylor on August 13th, 2011 4:03 pm

    Also I’m betting you didn’t read my real commentary, you got here from some blog for a college professor who misquotes me. Funny. I’m betting it would never even occur to a piece of White trash like you to actually read either my comments OR the Lacrosse queers own statements before yelling and screaming on the web. They ADMIT to using an escort service. How stupid are you?

  21. Rick on August 13th, 2011 4:21 pm

    I don’t know where one hires a “stripper”. If I were 22 years old and putting on a bachelor party, and we thought a stripper would be a good idea, I don’t know what I’d look up in the yellow pages.

    But I can tell you one thing for God Damn Sure, whoever I called, I wouldn’t expect the evening to end up with a perp walk, my picture on the cover of Newsweek, and facing life in prison over an alleged gang rape in a 5 foot by 5 foot bathroom with no DNA evidence to support it, all on the word of a crazed stripper / whore drugged out of her mind and looking for a quick kill, and a bunch of so-called responsible people hanging on her every word.

    Because when I was 22 years old I attended parties that had strippers, and I went to strip joints. And I have a son who may, against my advice, end up doing the same thing. And rest assured, if what happens to the Duke lacrosse players ever happens to him, you can bet your ass I’ll go after everyone who contributed to it until the day I die.

    And yes, this is a hell of a lot different than the injustice of the Caylee Anthony case. Duke lacrosse was outrageous. With outrage you can fight back, bitch, yell, and try to make it right. With Caylee Anthony it is simply mind-numbing depressing. And that is something I don’t think any of us have figured out how to deal with.

  22. Rick on August 13th, 2011 4:29 pm

    “So he writes a blog post claiming I said they were guilty and sends like 30 people here – who all click my adsense! Morons! My clicks quadrupled that day. Ha!”
    - moron

    You should be happy for him. Your readership quadrupled to 30 in a day.

    No, I’m not “white trash.” I have a job that actually pays. I just make fun of you for fun.

  23. Rob Taylor on August 13th, 2011 4:40 pm

    You’re pretending to be retarded hopefully. They hired hookers and got burned. They were cleared and got to sue the living shit out of everyone. The prosecutor rightfully lost his job. The system worked. But you pieces of shit are like the cult that thinks the West Memphis Three are guilty.

    You’re last paragraph in the first sentence literally says you think the Caylee Anthony murder is not as outrageous as being falsely accused by the HOOKER you hired. Are you kidding? Also you just told me you had been to parties where “strippers” were hired. Now you have know idea how it works? Try to keep track of your lies.

    Caylee Anthony was murdered and thrown in a swamp like garbage. Crystal Magnum tried to extort money from some Johns. You really are White trash if you’re not more outraged by a child being murdered.

    As to your last readership and adsense clicks are different, right? Everyone who reads a blog doesn’t support it’s sponsors? Just more evidence of how retarded you are.

    How about this – tell your son not to hire hookers and if he does to do his business, give her the money and move on. Funny how people who do that aren’t falsely accused, right? You know like the dozens of other johns who nailed Mangum? Weird. It’s like these particular johns were extra douchey.

    But if you’re simply going to repeat the lie that strippers are hired through escort services get lost.

  24. Rick on August 13th, 2011 4:48 pm

    What the fuck is a “last paragraph in the first sentence.”

    You write like this and you’re supposed to know what I’m thinking, or that I should give a shit whatever idea you’re trying to convey?

    So tell me, skippy, how do you hire a stripper?

  25. Rob Taylor on August 13th, 2011 4:50 pm

    You don’t. No legit stripper works “private parties” only hookers do. You know that, having banged a hooker during the service you like to brag about while claiming the Ohio State Troopers are a fascist paramilitary organization.

  26. Rick on August 13th, 2011 4:51 pm

    What?

  27. Rick on August 13th, 2011 4:55 pm

    “No legit strippers work private parties”…

    - moron

    Really?

  28. Rick on August 13th, 2011 4:55 pm

    Are you beginning to melt down, Rob?

  29. Rick on August 13th, 2011 4:56 pm

    Rob – I was just kidding about putting a gun to your head. Seriously.

  30. Rob Taylor on August 13th, 2011 4:58 pm

    You know, whenever the Columbus Dispatch mentions the OSP you go to the comments claiming you were in the military and the State troopers are fascists etc, etc.

    You’re just another Bircher/Lew Rockwell nut filled up with racial angst. If false reports are so terrible why aren’t you upset about the Mexican Casey Anthony tried to jam up? Hmmm. Anderson didn’t have an answer for that either.

    I do. But it’s not the point. The point is that comparing johns to a murdered little girl is wicked and evil. You can support the Lacrosse douches you love so much without pretending they were innocent angels. But you are too immoral and depraved to do that.

  31. Rick on August 13th, 2011 4:58 pm

    Rob?

  32. Rick on August 13th, 2011 4:59 pm

    Um, what?

  33. Rob Taylor on August 13th, 2011 5:00 pm

    And no Rick, legit strippers don’t do private parties. Ive met plenty of strippers – outside of clubs. I’m from Jersey. Private parties are a euphemism for hooking. Why do you think they’re arraigned by escort services.

    To hire a stripper for a event the party you have to go through a party service that sends security.

  34. Rob Taylor on August 13th, 2011 5:02 pm

    So you’re going to pretend you’re not MK82lald even though you share his IP and email?

  35. Rick on August 13th, 2011 5:05 pm

    Um Rob – you’re kind of all over the place here. Sort of like you’re responding to two different threads at once. Let’s try to stay focused.

    So you’re saying that a woman who would strip in a public club at an interchange along I-65 would not strip in a private venue, say a bachelor party or a birthday party?

    Is that what you’re saying?

  36. Rob Taylor on August 13th, 2011 5:07 pm

    I’m saying the same thing. You’re some Lew Rockwell douche who lies about his service to male points and that stripping is a business. The girls who work the parties tend to be hookers, the legit girls who don’t hook work in clubs. Not rocket science.

  37. Rick on August 13th, 2011 5:08 pm

    Rob – my e-mail is mk82lald@aol.com. You asked that when I posted. Feel free to drop me a line. Other than that, I don’t know what you’re talking about. Care to explain for your readers? I mean, are you trying to look me up.

  38. Rick on August 13th, 2011 5:10 pm

    Rob – I don’t know who Lou Rockwell is. But I’m beginning to think you’re really mentally ill.

  39. Rob Taylor on August 13th, 2011 5:12 pm

    I’m sure you never heard of Lew Rockwell – where William Anderson, the person I argued this with, writes. And I didn’t “try” to look you up, I did. I read your comments at other sites. I wanted to see if you were always irrationally hostile. You are.

  40. Rob Taylor on August 13th, 2011 5:18 pm

    Also if you’ve never heard of Lew Rockwell then you’ve never read the symposium. So why do you have this strong opinion on it?

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