Casey Anthony trial verdict has made a majority of those who have been following the trial gasp in shock. Casey Anthony, mother of the dead two-year-old Caylee Anthony, has been found not guilty of murder, aggravated child abuse, and aggravated manslaughter, but guilty of four misdemeanor counts of providing false information to a law enforcement officer.

Dramatic turn of events during the trial included shocking revelations and allegations of incest and child abuse. The long list of lies fabricated by Casey Anthony and evidence collected by forensics had initially made all fingers point at her accusing her of murdering her child in the pursuit of a reckless social life.

While millions are stunned at the verdict and allege that the verdict wasn't fair, the fundamentals of the American judicial system centered on the concept of innocent until proven guilty, required more evidence than what was obtained against Casey.

In Casey Anthony's case the verdict has created more questions than answers as the judiciary failed miserably in solving the murder mystery, leaving it to the imagination of numerous whodunit stories. There have been similar cases in US history, where the judicial system had failed to provide proper answers to the public. 

Have a closer look at America's top 8 most controversial trials which followed cold-blooded murders, where the public thought judiciary failed to provide justice to the dead victims: O.J Simpson Murder Trial, Lizzie Borden Murder Trial, Sam Sheppard Murder Trial, The Lindbergh Baby Kidnapping and murder, Leo Frank Trial, JFK Assassination, Sickles' Temporary Insanity Plea, and Casey Anthony Murder Trial.