Am I the only blogger out there who suspected Casey Anthony’s defense team was posting bogus tweets in an attempt to subvert online public opinion? I see that my suspicions may have been on target. According to the Orlando Sentinel:
A consultant for Casey Anthony‘s attorneys analyzed more than 40,000 highly-charged opinions — negative and positive — on social media sites and blogs, and used them to help the defense craft their trial strategy.
Whether it worked or not is difficult to gauge, but a jury last week found Casey Anthony not guilty of murdering her 2-year-old daughter Caylee Marie.