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Keith Long

Keith Long has been published by Random House and the Financial Times newspaper and has been featured in an Orlando, Fl., radio series discussing contemporary culture. He writes and speaks regularly on contemporary culture and the media. He lives in Pinellas County, where jurors for the Casey Anthony trial were selected.



What if the Casey Anthony jury hadn't been sequestered?
ASK THIS | November 27, 2011
The court of public opinion, shaped by sensational, damning press accounts, found this young Florida woman to be a horrid person, guilty as charged in her two-year-old daughter’s death. The jury, sequestered and not subject to the vicious coverage, acquitted her. Writer Keith Long thinks the jury got it right, and says justice was done despite the media’s accounts.

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