I'll just say this....I wasn't there. I don't know if she did it or not. And, either verdict, I still wouldn't know and none of us will know for sure. True, there were some really weird defense arguments (I didn't follow the case, but from the little news snippets I heard, it sounded like a weak defense case).
I think of it this way: only three people truly know if she did it (and I have to assume that since no eye-witnesses provided testimony)...her, God and the victim. And, if she did truly do it, then I am perfectly content with letting God deal with it as He sees fit. Any other consideration of this matter, by me, would be futile and not change anything. Guilty or not, God will take care of the matter.
Our justice system is flawed, anyway. Look how many people, with hard evidence and perhaps even eye-witness evidence go free and look how many convicted people, years later, are suddenly proved to be right...they didn't commit the crime they were convicted in. Not saying that we shouldn't arrest people and try them, but to put all our trust and faith in the justice system is kind of stupid. No matter what, God will take care of it all, in the end.