They had D.N.A. evidence in the home, vehicle and at the scene where the child's body was found. The jury simply stated they couldn't say guilty because they couldn't provide a cause of death. WTF? fu*k outta here n*gga.
Well... Think of it like this.
Without a cause of death, they can't determine if somebody k!llED the poor little girl, or the little girl had an accident that resulted in her death, thus NOT making it a homicide OR manslaughter.
The reason they didn't is because she may have just found her dead and disposed of the body like an idiot. And yes that's a fat chance on the evidence that is there I understand that, but the Justice System is set up to favor the POSSIBLY innocent person.
That's why its VERY important to have a cause of death as you can determine, HOMICIDE, MANSLAUGHTER, or ACCIDENTAL death.
That's why they couldn't make that call.