We have the absolute best justice system. (though far from perfect) We do not have the best laws or prison system - this is an important distinction.
And nobody should ever, ever, say the justice system is bad because somebody they think is guilty goes free. "better that ten guilty persons escape than that one innocent suffer" This is the beauty of our justice system.
Plus, you don't know what went on in that courtroom, or that jury room. You don't have any more evidence than the media showed you. You have no right to form an opinion on this case - you weren't there!
It seems to me that this is a simple case of "Beyond a reasonable doubt." While it seems likely that she is guilty, it is not certain. Therefore, she should not be sent to prison.
It's not so much that I disagree about the ruling, I do think there was a lack of evidence against her. But there are many other trials and other bogus imbalances in our legal system that make me want to say something like that, not just this case by itself.
"Defeating a sandwich, only makes it tastier." - Virginia