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Post by cherylz on Sun Jul 17, 2011 5:53 am

It\\'s Not Fair That's it. crying

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Post by Heike on Sun Jul 17, 2011 6:43 am

Restless dreams....none of this feels possible, but there it is....life goes on! I suppose it is our job to make a positive difference in our individual universes in the most powerful way possible.

The wisdom to know the difference, right?

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Post by Guest on Sun Jul 17, 2011 7:10 am

crying This should not have happened. I feel sick. Those damn juror's!!!!
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Post by cherylz on Sun Jul 17, 2011 7:20 am

Just thinking about that video of her and Bozo leaving the jail. They think they are the sh!t. The new "power couple". Absurd.
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Post by charminglane on Sun Jul 17, 2011 7:23 am

BJ wrote:Wearing a bun in her hair. Heading out to apply for a job as a librarian??

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Post by jeanne1807 on Sun Jul 17, 2011 8:24 am

Sometimes I wonder if those jurors wish they could go back and take another look at "the facts"?

Just wishful thinking I guess.
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Post by artgal16 on Sun Jul 17, 2011 9:59 am

RLANDO, Fla. -- Casey Anthony walked out of the Orange County jail on Sunday, after nearly three years behind bars. Casey was acquitted on July 5 of first-degree murder in her daughter 2-year-old Caylee Marie Anthony's death.

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Sources have told WFTV that Casey boarded a plane at the Orlando Executive Airport at about 3:00 a.m. Sunday morning. WFTV does not know where the plane was headed. Sources, however, did say that the plane has a connection to an attorney formerly on her case.

The verdict drew furious responses and even threats from people across the U.S. who had followed the case with rapt attention.

Casey, wearing a pink T-shirt with blue jeans, left the jail at 12:14 a.m. with her attorney, Jose Baez. Her hair in a bun, a somber-looking Casey quietly said "thank you" to a deputy sheriff waiting to escort her outside, and then she and Baez quickly strode to a waiting SUV as two deputies armed with semi-automatic rifles walked behind. Baez held the back door, she climbed in and the vehicle drove away amid camera light flashes.

After three years behind bars, Casey was given $537.68 in cash from her jail account and it was all over in seconds, and neither she nor Baez said anything to reporters and protesters waiting outside.

"It is my hope that Casey Anthony can receive the counseling and treatment she needs to move forward with the rest of her life," Baez said in a statement released to reporters.

News helicopters briefly tracked the SUV through Orlando's streets, but she quickly slipped from public view.

"This release had an unusual amount of security so, therefore, in that sense, it would not be a normal release," Orange County Jail spokesman Allen Moore said. "We have made every effort to not provide any special treatment for her. She's been treated like every other inmate."

Moore said there were no known threats received at the jail. Officials had a number of contingency plans in place, including plans in case shots were fired as she was being released.

Before her release, law enforcement officials set up plastic barricades around the jail's booking and release center, and about seven or eight deputies wearing bullet-proof vests patrolled the area. At least one officer carried an assault weapon. About five officers patrolled the area on horseback.

As midnight approached, upward of 100 spectators had gathered outside the jail. The crowd included about a half-dozen, sign-carrying protesters who had gathered there, despite a thunderstorm that had dumped heavy rain on Orlando. Onlookers had varied reactions to her release.

"She is safer in jail than she is out here," said Mike Quiroz, who drove from Miami to spend his 22nd birthday outside the jail. "She better watch her butt. She is known all over the world."

Lamar Jordan said he felt a pit in his stomach when he saw Casey walking out of jail.

"The fact that she is being let out, the fact that it is her child and she didn't say what happened, made me sick," Jordan said.

Not all of those who gathered condemned the 25-year-old.

"I'm for Casey," said Kizzy Smith, of Orlando. "She was proven innocent. At the end of the day, Caylee is at peace. We're the ones who are in an uproar."

Since her acquittal on murder charges on July 5, Casey was finishing her four-year sentence for telling investigators several lies, including an early claim that Caylee was kidnapped by a non-existent nanny. With credit for the nearly three years she's spent in jail since August 2008 and good behavior, she had only days remaining when she was sentenced on July 7.

The case drew national attention ever since Caylee was reported missing. Cable network HLN aired the entire trial, with pundit Nancy Grace dissecting the case nightly. Vitriol poured into social networking sites after the acquittal, with observers posting angry messages on Twitter and Facebook's "I Hate Casey Anthony" page.

Outraged lawmakers responded by proposing so-called Caylee's laws that would allow authorities to prosecute parents who don't quickly report missing children. And many still speculate about what really happened to Caylee: Was she suffocated with duct tape by her mother, as prosecutors argued? Or did she drown in an accident that snowballed out of control, as defense attorneys contended?

Now that she is free, it's not clear where Casey will stay or what she will do next.

Some think Casey might go to Puerto Rico, where her attorney Jose Baez, has connections.

Casey's relationship with her parents, George and Cindy, has been strained since defense attorneys accused George Anthony of molesting Casey when she was young. They also said George made Caylee's death look like a homicide after the girl accidentally drowned in the family pool.

Caylee's remains were found in December 2008 in woods near the home Casey Anthony shared with her parents. George Anthony has adamantly denied covering up his granddaughter's death or molesting Casey when she was a child. Baez argued during trial that the alleged abuse resulted in psychological issues that caused her to lie and act without apparent remorse after Caylee's death. But defense attorneys never called witnesses to support their claims.

Prosecutors alleged that Casey suffocated her daughter with duct tape because motherhood interfered with her desire for a carefree life of partying with friends and spending time with her boyfriend. However, some jurors have told various media outlets that the state didn't prove its case beyond a reasonable doubt as required for a conviction, though some have said they believe she bears some responsibility in the case.

Defense attorneys and sheriff's officials declined to say where Casey was headed. What Casey will do to make a living also remains unknown. Casey, a high school dropout, hasn't had a job since 2006.

One of her attorneys, Cheney Mason, said Friday that Casey was scared to leave jail, given the numerous threats on her life and the scorn of a large segment of the public that believes she had something to do with the June 2008 death.

Her attorneys have said she has received numerous threats, including an email with a manipulated photo showing their client with a bullet hole in her forehead.

Security experts have said Casey will need to hole up inside a safe house protected by bodyguards, perhaps for weeks, given the threats.

Greene also said Friday that Casey was emotionally unstable and needed "a little breathing room" after her draining two-month trial.

The lies that were the basis of her conviction on the misdemeanor charges began in mid-July 2008, about a month after Caylee was last seen alive. Around the time the Caylee disappeared, Casey had begun staying with friends and not with her parents. When Casey's mother Cindy began asking about Caylee, Casey told her she was staying with a nanny named Zanny.

In mid-July, George and Cindy Anthony were notified that their car had been impounded after it was abandoned in a check-cashing store's parking lot. When the picked up the car, George, a former police officer, and the impound lot manager both said it smelled like a dead body had been inside.

Cindy then tracked down her daughter at a friend's apartment and when she couldn't produce Caylee, called the sheriff's office on July 15, 2008. The court found she lied to investigators about working at the Universal Studios theme park, about leaving her daughter with a nanny, about telling two friends that Caylee had been kidnapped and about receiving a phone call from her.
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Post by artgal16 on Sun Jul 17, 2011 10:04 am

Ive looked all over other websites and I dont see it confirmed that she got on any plane at all.
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Speculation about Casey Anthony's whereabouts is reaching a fever pitch as media and the public alike wonder where the 25-year-old will begin living out her freedom.

A local television station is reporting Anthony boarded a plane that left Orlando Executive Airport just after 3 a.m. about three hours after she was released from Orange County custody.

WFTV news, the local ABC affiliate, reported she was aboard a plane that did not file a flight plan to conceal their departure from the airport. There is no word on the flight's final destination.
Central Florida News 13 has had reporters stationed at the airport since Anthony's release who are reporting they have seen no signs that she has left the city.

Both Showalter and Sheltair flying services, who operate out of the downtown airport, said they do not have records of any flights leaving early this morning.
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A representative with Showalter said private charters are not required to file flight plans, choosing to keep their movements as anonymous as they want.

In the fleeting few moments between Anthony's emergence from the Orange County Jail and her rapid dash to a waiting SUV, a spontaneous chant arose from the crowd standing there to watch her release: "Killer! Killer!"

As the SUV hit the road, many spectators who had waited hours to get a glimpse of Anthony's release chased the vehicle before it rocketed down John Young Parkway and out of sight.

The SUV was tracked on Interstate 4 eastbound. It exited in downtown Orlando and then cruised into a parking garage at defense attorney Cheney Mason's office. Many speculated they planned to switch vehicles there, perhaps using decoy cars.

From there, it's anyone's guess where Casey Anthony is headed.

While leaving the jail, Casey Anthony looked up and down and straight ahead, but didn't smile or show any anger.

She wore a pink Polo v-neck and jeans. She was led Baez and had three of the jail's Special Response Team officers around her. She appeared to thank one of them during her release.

Orlando Sentinel photographer Red Huber was embedded inside the jail facility and witnessed her release. He said the whole thing inside lasted 15 seconds. After she jumped in the vehicle, the crowd out in front chased after the vehicle and spread out onto John Young Parkway.

Associated Press reporter Matt Sedensky also watched her release from the inside. He said the woman showed little emotion but "looked to me like she might be holding back tears."

She and Baez wasted no time getting out of the jail facility. "They walked straight out. They weren't sticking around to chat," Sedensky told other reporters.

Acquitted on charges that she killed her 2-year-old daughter, Anthony now has no restrictions on her freedom.

Tense moments before release

Moments before midnight, more than a dozen Orange County Sheriff's deputies were lined up, in formation, in their cars on the back side of the jail, as if they were preparing a road escort.

At 11:40 p.m., a dark-colored SUV and a white car pulled into the back side of the jail, and were escorted onto the property by a deputy. There were two men inside the SUV, and a man and woman were inside the car. There were clothes in the back of the car.

At the entrance where she was ultimately released, more than a dozen deputies and corrections officers stood guard in preparation for the release. Several deputies rode horses. Meanwhile, protesters held signs urging people to boycott anything Anthony says, sells or does in the future.

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Post by artgal16 on Sun Jul 17, 2011 10:11 am

I do not believe she got on a plane at all.
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Post by artgal16 on Sun Jul 17, 2011 10:17 am

Casey’s Angry New World
The acquitted murder defendant is going from jail to an environment that has more freedom and, paradoxically, more danger. Diane Dimond on Casey Anthony’s game plan.
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Casey Anthony is about to taste freedom. But the sweetness of being outside prison bars for the first time in nearly three years is likely to turn real bitter real fast. A world of potential hurt awaits the 25-year-old former murder defendant, acquitted of taking the life of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, and dumping the baby’s body in swampy woods near the home she shared with her parents, George and Cindy.

“It’s obvious she is the most despised person in America,” says prominent Orlando attorney Mark Nejame, who provided hours of cable-TV commentary on the case. “And especially in Florida and specifically here in Central Florida. People are incensed, and many people have lost all sense of reason. They are very passionate about her acquittal. Her personal well-being is at stake.”

Casey Anthony likely can’t comprehend how deeply the animosity runs. When Anthony she steps outside the Orange County Jail in Orlando, her new reality will be stark. She might take the flurry of activity as befitting a celebrity: bright lights, eager reporters with outstretched microphones pressing toward her, and crowds of noisy people being held back by security officers.

Soon, however, Anthony will come to understand the noise on the outside is from chanting mobs calling for the blood justice they believe should have been delivered in court. Tracy Conroy, a former bodyguard who lived in the Anthony home and who first told her insider’s story to THE DAILY BEAST, told me that Anthony delighted in the media coverage before her arrest. Now she will come to learn it isn’t celebrity that surrounds her but notoriety—the O. J. Simpson type of notoriety that clings for a lifetime and cannot be shed. She may be free, but her personal and legal problems are far from over.

Potential liens and lawsuits could plague her for years.
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Lori Richards, of Daytona Beach, protests the Casey Anthony verdict outside of the Orange County Courthouse July 7, 2011 in Orlando, Florida., Getty Images (2)

First, it must be decided where Anthony will live. It’s seems a safe bet she can’t go home again—not after her defense team shred the reputations of her parents, accusing Cindy of being a control freak and George as a longtime incestuous predator. (She refused a prison visit from her mother after her acquittal.) And it’s not likely Anthony’s older brother, Lee, who so tearfully testified about the deep family wounds that shunted him to the side in favor of his pretty little sister, will offer her a place to stay. During the trial, Lee was also painted as a pervert who had sexual designs on his sister.

Anthony’s defense team reports they’ve gotten countless phone, email, and faxed threats, including one with Anthony’s face in the middle of a bull’s-eye target. Twitter followers of the trial are still full of vitriol for Florida’s most infamous murder defendant, many vowing revenge if they ever see her. Asked what he would you do he you came face-to-face with Casey Anthony, Twitter handle DennisLarkin of New York wrote: “Depending on my mood: 'accidentally' a) knock her on her ass or b) knock her on her ass THEN kick her in the head!”



I firmly believe she is in physical danger.


Since her name on an airplane ticket would be quickly revealed, some speculate that Anthony will ultimately be spirited off to a donated safe house somewhere within driving distance. There, she can disappear for a few weeks or months and indulge in her long anticipated makeover, including a cut and color of her prison-grown long hair.

In a series of 50 letters to another inmate at the Orlando County Jail, Anthony wrote how she longed for the small pleasures of “underwear that fit,” manicures and pedicures, and having a pair of tweezers for her brows.

“So, should I go red or blonde?” she asked. “I’m trying to decide how extreme I want to go with my makeover. I will get colored contacts so I can change up my look from time to time. Who is this Casey Anthony you speak of? If you could change your name, any name, what would it be? I’ve been thinking about that a lot lately.”

Chillingly, Anthony also wrote to inmate Robyn Adams about wanting more children either by pregnancy or adoption. And in the letters, written between 2008 and 2009, she revealed she has a desire to be an author.

“Started writing a foreword to one of my latest creations: the ‘Lovers and Friends’ book, cleverly stating that it’s not your average ‘Kiss-And-Tell’ story. Inquiring minds want to know and boy, are they in for a treat!” She describes the book in another letter as a "partial memoir/comedy/relationship advice book for those not in the know. It's a way to settle many rumors and to share my insight about love, life and most important–God."

But there is the immediate need for Anthony to make some survival money. As O. J. Simpson discovered after his notorious murder acquittal in October 1996 finding a job won’t be easy, and in Casey Anthony’s case it will be even harder. Unlike the NFL pensioner, Anthony has nothing to fall back on. She has no known job skills and no high-school diploma; she’s been branded by her own defense team as a pathological liar; and she has apparently has no prospects that don’t come with the threat of a very visible boycott.

Various television network programs like NBC’s Today and ABC’s Good Morning America have put in bids to grab the first interview. Some of the offers come with money and expensive perks attached. There are unconfirmed reports that Anthony has gotten offers of book and movie deals, but THE DAILY BEAST has learned that several media executives have retreated, spooked by the massive blowback waiting for any organization that pays Anthony. (A $1 million offer from a producer for the Jerry Springer TV show was quickly yanked when public outrage became clear.)

In Orlando, Nejame says the smartest thing Casey Anthony can do right now is lie low and stay off the public’s radar. “I absolutely do think she is in danger. I also think people need to follow the law and boycott her and anything that puts a dime in her pocket. She needs to be shunned and not supported in any way. But, that said, some people are so outraged here, I firmly believe she is in physical danger.”

It’s something of a mob mentality. More than 1.2 million people have signed an online petition at Change.org, flabbergasted that Anthony’s failure to report her daughter missing for 31 days was not against any law. The petition calls for establishment of “Caylee’s Law,” which would make it a felony if parents don’t report missing children within the first day. So far, legislators in at least 18 states plan to introduce the idea.

Part of any plans for Anthony’s future must take into account her ominous legal problems. Acting on lead defense attorney Jose Baez’s declaration at trial that Caylee Anthony died right away by accidental drowning, the state filed a motion seeking to have Casey reimburse Orange County law enforcement for the cost of the needless investigation. Texas EquuSearch, which traveled to Florida and launched a $112,000 search effort for the child, has filed suit, asking for damages. So has a woman with the same name as Casey’s imaginary nanny–Zenaida Fernandez-Gonzalez. She claims Anthony ruined her life, cost her a house, a job, and subjected her to death threats after going public with the name of the supposed kidnapping nanny nicknamed Zanny.

In fact, wherever Anthony ventures, she is expected back in Orlando on Oct. 8 for a sworn and videotaped deposition in the Fernandez-Gonzalez case. If she fails to show, there could be a default judgment against her. Anthony’s lawyers have already moved to have the video sealed from the public. But as attorney Nejame says of her, “If history is an indication, we haven’t seen the last of her. She will turn up again.”

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Post by Nama on Sun Jul 17, 2011 10:18 am

charminglane wrote:
BJ wrote:Wearing a bun in her hair. Heading out to apply for a job as a librarian??

Watch it there... witch
A bun does not make a librarian, Charm!
My Grandson volunteers at the library a couple days a week and he says the Dewey Decimal System sucks. I don't think that's something Casey could learn . :scratch:

JVM said that Jose has been shopping a deal for Casey and doesn't seem to put one together. He offered that Casey would be given a camera to take her own pictures of what her first week out of jail was like. No one seems interested so far.
What would she take pictures of? Jose and the four walls?

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Post by jeanne1807 on Sun Jul 17, 2011 12:35 pm

Quite honestly. I am about Casey'd out! la la la
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Post by cherylz on Sun Jul 17, 2011 1:11 pm

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Smiling next to her hero. Barf

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Post by artgal16 on Sun Jul 17, 2011 1:29 pm

Shes not in Ohio - George's parents now live in Florida - The Ohio side of the family is George's Cindys people are in Texas and Florida now, at least thats what I heard. I cant imagine shes going with a cousin or someone distant in Ohio especially if its from Georges side of the family. I saw Georges sister interviewed and she livid about Caseys accusations so I dont believe it about Ohio. I still think she is somewhere in Florida. As to being "Casey'd out its true, but the hard part of letting go is there is no end to the story, at least for me. Its like a thread hanging from a tapestry and you cant figure out how to include it in the picture to finish it. I want it finished - I want to see justice for Caylee, if I have to wait to see it, its okay but I want to see it. We saw it with OJ -he's where he should have been years ago there is a great satisfaction in that for me.
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Post by janie on Sun Jul 17, 2011 2:43 pm

I want to see justice for Caylee too! I'm no Spring chicken so I hope I 'm around long enough to see it! The only picture I want to see of Casey is when she is being arrested for something and has handcuffs on.
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Post by artgal16 on Sun Jul 17, 2011 4:56 pm

Well if she doesnt show up for these lawsuits then they will get judgements against her and they will pile up -Baez and Mason and Sims
cant hold her hand forever, they are working attorneys with other clients
A bad penny always turns up -she will as well.
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Post by cherylz on Sun Jul 17, 2011 5:50 pm

If anybody wants to read an insightful posters post go over to Blinkoncrime and read the post from Justice23 @ 5:27PM (from today). I 100% agree and never could have said it better.
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Post by jeanne1807 on Sun Jul 17, 2011 6:23 pm

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A few more pictures are on this site at the bottom. Look at the one of Casey and Baez once they are in the car. Those smirky laughs.
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Post by Guest on Sun Jul 17, 2011 6:42 pm

KC was a computer/internet addict before she killed Caylee. I am wondering how long until she goes on line and finds all the blogs about her? I would love to be a mouse in the same room as KC when she sees for her self how hated she is.
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Post by Boston_Lady on Sun Jul 17, 2011 7:00 pm

Did you see the last pic in the article of the lightning behind the jail? Foreshadow of justice coming?

In looking at the pics of Casey leaving the jail, I thought she looked frightened and pale. She was hanging onto Bayez's coat with a death grip.

Casey my not be as bold as once thought. She might be a frightened woman with many ghosts following her everywhere she goes.

We can only hope !
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I encourage all to not watch this trash. Let us not give these blood-suckers the $$$$. We have the power and the duty to keep the legacy of Caylee Marie pure. Just as it should be. Let's make KCA and her Def. team disappear.
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Post by cherylz on Sun Jul 17, 2011 8:27 pm

Casey Anthony - Bill O'Reilly - Prosecution Interview | Mediaite
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I can't remember if this was already posted.

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Post by raine1953 on Sun Jul 17, 2011 9:46 pm

Cherylz - the link you gave above to Bill O'Reilly - Prosecution Interview doesn't work, FYI.

As far as Baez being interviewed by Geraldo you've got my word that I will not watch it. I watched about five minutes of the Barbara Walters/Baez interview a couple of weeks ago and I turned it off.
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Post by Nama on Sun Jul 17, 2011 10:10 pm

raine1953 wrote:Cherylz - the link you gave above to Bill O'Reilly - Prosecution Interview doesn't work, FYI.

As far as Baez being interviewed by Geraldo you've got my word that I will not watch it. I watched about five minutes of the Barbara Walters/Baez interview a couple of weeks ago and I turned it off.
Raine, I fixed Cherylz' link.

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Post by charminglane on Sun Jul 17, 2011 10:17 pm

cherylz wrote:If anybody wants to read an insightful posters post go over to Blinkoncrime and read the post from Justice23 @ 5:27PM (from today). I 100% agree and never could have said it better.

Thank you, cherylz. That was a perfectly logical and emotional piece. Everyone should use it as their pledge to Caylee. :heart:
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Post by Heike on Mon Jul 18, 2011 12:17 am

charminglane wrote:
cherylz wrote:If anybody wants to read an insightful posters post go over to Blinkoncrime and read the post from Justice23 @ 5:27PM (from today). I 100% agree and never could have said it better.

Thank you, cherylz. That was a perfectly logical and emotional piece. Everyone should use it as their pledge to Caylee. :heart:

I tried to find this, but could not move to the location...do not spend time on BLINK, is there a LINK? xo
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Post by artgal16 on Mon Jul 18, 2011 9:21 am

ORLANDO --

Casey Anthony, freed Sunday after three years jail, is still dealing emotionally with her daughter's death, one of her attorneys said this morning.

Cheney Mason also told NBC's "Today" show that Casey Anthony has private security provided by "volunteers," but would not hint to the 25-year-old's whereabouts since her release after being acquitted in her toddler's death.

Anthony's whereabouts remained a closely guarded secret, known only to a select few as she tries to start a new life.

Mason said elaborate plans were made to keep Anthony safe. He would not confirm that Anthony boarded a plane after leaving the Orange County Jail early Sunday.

Mason said "her life is going to be very difficult for a long time."

"She has not gotten over the loss of her child, and never will," Mason said.

Mason also cited the "lynch mob mentality" that followed Anthony's acquittal by angry trial observers convinced she was responsible for 2-year-old Caylee Anthony's death.

Prosecutors tried to prove Casey Anthony suffocated her daughter in 2008. The defense said the girl accidently died in the family pool.

The public resentment has led to death threats against Anthony. Mason said his client has security provided by volunteers. He said she was "safe."

"Lots of people are trying to help her," he said.

Anthony's lead attorney, Jose Baez, said her allies are exploring a number of options for her future. Those options could be limited, though, by lawsuits pending against her, the negative reaction to the verdict and a criminal record from her convictions for lying to police.

Baez told Fox News Channel late Sunday that her lawyers are "certainly exploring all possibilities right now" when he was asked about whether she would enter a residential therapy program.

He'd previously said that he hoped she could get counseling and treatment.

Baez said he was foremost concerned about Anthony's safety and, echoing Mason, struck out at media commentators who have been condemning Anthony.

"This young woman had her day in court," Baez told Fox News. "We need to start respecting jury verdicts and decisions that juries make."

Experts who have helped other notorious defendants through rough times say she will have opportunities, but it won't be easy for the 25-year-old.

Asked if Anthony planned to cash in on her fame, Baez said she has "certain rights as an individual in this country." Attorneys planned to handle Anthony's affairs in a "dignified manner," he said.

"If she decides she wants to speak publicly about it, she'll make that decision," he said.

Baez also declined to talk about his client's whereabouts or state of mind.

He did not respond Sunday to email and phone messages left by The Associated Press, nor did a lawyer representing Anthony's father and mother.

Another former Anthony lawyer, Terry Lenamon, said he had no clue where she was headed, and that probably only a few people close to her knew.

"I wouldn't want anyone to know," he said. "I think she needs to go underground, and I think she needs to spend some time to get her life back together."

Anthony's July 5 acquittal shocked and enraged many around the country who had been following the case since Caylee's 2008 disappearance. Anger has spilled onto social media sites and elsewhere. Her legal team said Friday it had received an emailed death threat.

Anthony did not report her daughter's disappearance for a month and was arrested after telling a string of lies about the case to police. Caylee's remains were found in December 2008 near the home Anthony shared with her parents.

Anthony had remained in jail to finish a four-year sentence for lying to investigators. With credit for the nearly three years she'd spent in jail since August 2008 and good behavior, she had only days remaining when she was sentenced July 7.

Her public vilification did not ease with her release from jail. "A baby killer was just set free!" Bree Thornton, 39, shouted as the SUV left the jail.

It won't be impossible for Anthony to get a fresh start, though it will be difficult, said Los Angeles-based attorney Thomas Mesereau. His clients have included the late singer Michael Jackson when he was charged with child molestation and actor Robert Blake when he was charged with murdering his wife.

Anthony could accept requests for paid interviews, or a benefactor may be able to help her in the short term, Mesereau said.

"When you have that degree of celebrity, there is usually somebody who would like to get involved," Mesereau said. "The problem is trusting anyone. People are willing to leak things to the media. They're willing to be paid off for information. It's very difficult to find people whom you can trust."

Anthony's relationship with her parents is strained. During trial, Anthony's defense attorneys argued that her father, George Anthony, molested Casey as a child and covered up Caylee's death. He has denied both claims, and neither has been substantiated.

What is known is that Casey Anthony still faces a slew of legal problems even though the criminal charges have been resolved. She has been sued for hundreds of thousands of dollars by a Texas group that searched for Caylee in the weeks after she was reported missing, and prosecutors are seeking to recoup the cost of their investigation into Caylee's disappearance.

Anthony also is being sued for defamation by a woman named Zenaida Gonzalez, who claims she has been harassed and unable to find work after Anthony alleged Caylee was kidnapped by a babysitter with Gonzalez's name. The woman's attorneys had wanted to depose Anthony before she left jail, but the deposition was rescheduled for October.

Any of those civil cases could put a major dent in any money Anthony receives for writing a book, signing a movie deal or doing interviews. Anthony is broke, and her defense team was paid for with taxpayers' money after $200,000 she received from ABC News was spent.

Several book publishers contacted by The Associated Press said they knew of no memoir that was being shopped around and consider her too tainted to sign a deal.

Anthony could avoid the potential liability of hundreds of thousands of dollars from the lawsuits by filing for bankruptcy, though plaintiffs would probably attempt to keep her on the hook for damages if she signs lucrative deals after filing, said R. Scott Shuker, an Orlando bankruptcy attorney.

An important step in building a new life is getting psychological help to cope with her notoriety, severed family ties and newfound freedom, said attorneys with clients in similar circumstances.

"Everything she has been through, that's more than most people can deal with in a lifetime," said Daniel Meachum, an Atlanta attorney who has represented football player Michael Vick when he was convicted of dog fighting and actor Wesley Snipes when he was convicted of tax evasion.

Media relations expert Marti Mackenzie, who specialized in legal cases, said it's important for Anthony to make some kind of public statement soon. She said a standard news conference is out of the question, but Anthony needs to say she made terrible mistakes, that she is grateful to her defense team and that she has thought about what happened every day of her life in jail.

"In traditional public relations language, it's called feeding the beast," Mackenzie said. "Even if you don't give the beast a full meal, you respond. Because once you're part of media scrutiny ... how it is handled once the case is over will help to set a tone."
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Casey Anthony's attorney wanted to use her parents as media decoys at the Orlando jailhouse where she was released on Sunday, according to the couple's lawyer.

Mark Lippman, who represented Casey Anthony's parents George and Cindy Anthony, told HLN's Jane Velez-Mitchell on Sunday that he refused the request from attorney Jose Baez.

"Last night we got a call from Mr. Baez ... he had wanted to use my clients as decoys for the media and I, of course, did not agree with that and neither did my clients," said Lippman. "One, it was risky at best, and two, just in my opinion, something that would not be beneficial to anybody."

Lippman added that he did find out that from Baez that Casey Anthony is safe at an undisclosed location. Anthony reportedly boarded a private plane from the Orlando Executive Airport around 3 a.m. Sunday upon her release after approximately three years in prison.

In the interview, as reported by The Examiner, Lippmann indicated that there has still been no further contact between Casey Anthony and her mother -- though Cindy Anthony did want to have contact with Casey, and Baez blocked it, according to Lippman.

"After the trial Cindy tried to see Casey and again was rebuked. Now again, even a simple telephone call apparently seems to be too much for either Casey or Mr. Baez, so we're asking publicly that Mr. Baez at least reach out to me and let me know what's going on," Lippman said.

Casey Anthony's release comes 12 days after she was convicted of four counts of lying to police and a day after she filed an appeal of those convictions.

"This release had an unusual amount of security so, therefore, in that sense, it would not be a normal release," Orange County Jail spokesman Allen Moore said. "We have made every effort to not provide any special treatment for her. She's been treated like every other inmate."

Anthony, 25, was sentenced to four years for lying to investigators about her 2-year-old daughter Caylee's 2008 disappearance and death, but she had already served three years and was credited for good behavior. Aside the jail time Anthony was fined $4,000.

With only a few hundred dollars in donations from strangers to her inmate account and no family support after her defense -- which made her mother look like a liar and painted her father and brother as abusers -- Casey Anthony's whereabouts are a mystery.

Hundreds of protestors, carrying signs reading "Travesty of Justice," "Justice for Caylee ... Bella Vita" -- a reference to the tattoo Anthony got after Caylee went missing -- and "Don't Be a Part of Blood Money," had gathered outside the jail for much of the day.

People in the crowd lined up on both sides of the highway outside the jail chanted "Caylee, Caylee," and cars driving by honked their horns in response a sign saying "Honk for Caylee."

Her attorneys say she has received seven serious death threats, including one email photo with a bullet photoshopped through her head, but the sheriff's department said the threats aren't credible and after her release she is on her own.

Now that she has been released, Casey Anthony must now deal with several lawsuits, including one filed by Zenaida Fernandez-Gonzalez, who claims Anthony cost her a house and a job, and subjected her to death threats when Anthony claimed that a babysitter of the same name stole Caylee.

Casey Anthony claimed for three years that Caylee was kidnapped by a nanny named Zenaida Fernandez-Gonzalez. Caylee's decomposed body was found six months later in a swampy area near the Anthony home.

At the beginning of her murder trial, Anthony's lawyer said that Caylee actually drowned in the family pool.

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Post by artgal16 on Mon Jul 18, 2011 10:39 am

Watching that blow-hard Mason talking saying that all the attorney and people who are "guarding" Casey are volunteers who believe in her innocence and that all the lawsuits are frivolous - he says no truth for money for interviews books etc. Isnt it amazing what lengths people will go to help a child killer.
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Post by jeanne1807 on Mon Jul 18, 2011 11:37 am

Artgal I think this is Step 1 in trying to make Casey legitimate.

They will hide her and defend her until the angry crowds go home and the bloggers find other things to talk about.

Then they will try and rehabilitate her so she is markatable.

Believe me they have hired some of the best publicists to handle Casey Anthony.

Think Michael Vick. He was the most hated man in the world. But someway they have made him presentable and marketable.

Sad but true. It happens.

She will go underground, do a few good works like selling her jail grown hair to Locks of Love. Get a little therapy and public opinion will slowly but surely change some.

Then they will sell her.
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Post by artgal16 on Mon Jul 18, 2011 11:43 am

She is a convicted felon - they never could rehabilitate
OJ, they will never be able to rehabilitate her at least that is my belief = my daughter and I still cannot stand the sight of Michael Vick -
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Post by cherylz on Mon Jul 18, 2011 12:56 pm

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Post by artgal16 on Mon Jul 18, 2011 4:12 pm

– Is Casey Anthony in Columbus, Ohio? Casey Anthony arrived in Columbus, Ohio Sunday; but while her relatives claim they don’t know where she is, Anthony’s flight suggests her move might have been to Northern Ohio. Casey Anthony’s relatives who three hours north of the Columbus say they have no idea where Casey is staying. Most of Casey Anthony’s relatives still live in Ohio, but not near Columbus. When news broke that Anthony’s first stop after Orlando, Florida was a private airport in Columbus, Ohio, the nation’s media attention searched for answers. Yet, two of Anthony’s relatives who have previously spoke out in favor of the family say they don’t know where Anthony exactly is. The answer, however, could be a section of Northern Ohio.

Casey Anthony was born in Ohio, her parents were married in Ohio, and much of their family still lives in the state. Moreover, in one of Casey Anthony’s infamous party photos, she appeared with his lips puckered up and proudly sticking out her chest in an Ohio State jersey (number 8). So why is Casey Anthony in Ohio, who paid for her flight to Ohio, and which relatives know Anthony’s whereabouts?

Puerto Rico, Los Angeles, Texas, and Ohio were among the possible destinations for Tot Mom after her release from jail Sunday. Anthony had roots in Ohio, had possible media opportunities in Los Angeles, and had ties to Texas. But, on Sunday morning, Casey Anthony walked out of a Orange County Jail and disappeared. Two hours later, she was found again. But as of today, she has yet to be officially spotted.

Anthony had walked out of Orange County’s jail with her hair tied back, wearing a Ralph Lauren pink t-shirt. On her right was Jose Baez in a polo and sport jacket. Behind them were two Orange County officials holding firearms. Anthony got into a waiting SUV.

Orange County officials did not provide anything extra to Anthony. They made it clear to the news media that Anthony’s departure was no different than that provide to any other released inmate. They provided her security getting into an SUV (not owned by the State) and that was it. In fact, local police refused to even investigate alleged death threats against Anthony received by Cheney Mason on Friday.

Anthony and Baez got into the SUV which then headed into the Orlando building that houses the offices of Cheney Mason. The vehicle never out of the building.

Local news had put on watch three local area airports. The top of the list was Orlando Executive Airport. A jet had remained at Executive since Thursday. It had arrived from Columbus, Ohio. The owner of the jet was reportedly an automotive sales company with ties in Columbus, Ohio. Soon that 12 seat jet was in the air, headed back to Columbus, Ohio.

While the flight log of the jet was confirmed, its passenger list was not released to news. Immediately multiple news reports claimed that Anthony was on that jet and back in Columbus, Ohio. While Florida news was quick to praise that Anthony had pulled off a disappearing act, the praise came too soon. By breakfast Sunday, just hours after her release, news of Casey Anthony in Columbus, Ohio surfaced.
From there, questions grew. Who paid for the flight? No one in Ohio has yet to be asked that question. Yet, as detailed previously, Anthony has family members in Ohio and family members in the automotive business that reside in Ohio; the plane is allegedly owned by an Columbus automotive company.

So is Casey Anthony staying in Ohio? Indications suggest that Columbus might have only been Anthony’s flight arrival city, not her ultimate destination. Anthony is more likely to be staying in northern Ohio, near Canfield, Youngstown or Austintown.
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Post by artgal16 on Mon Jul 18, 2011 4:14 pm

I think they are crazy - the Ohio flight was paid for by a bunch of golfers - I saw them getting on at 3am
there was another plane that went into a hanger but never departed. I think shes still in Florida.
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Post by Bombshell on Mon Jul 18, 2011 4:32 pm

artgal16 wrote:I think they are crazy - the Ohio flight was paid for by a bunch of golfers - I saw them getting on at 3am
there was another plane that went into a hanger but never departed. I think shes still in Florida.

Im with you Art, I think she didn't venture far. There can't be that many crazy volunteers our there that would fund her new life. The girl needs intense therapy, and I mean VERY intense, education. She needs to be taught how to get a real job.
Problem is, it is nearly impossible to rehabilitate a sociopath. The only feelings they have is for themselves, no empathy towards other. They feel like everyone owes them. Unless there is a benefit for them, they don't participate.
I honestly would rather have her rehabilitated if she's to be roaming around free. If anything bad happens, hope its to herself, and no one else is ever a victim at her hands.
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Post by Boston_Lady on Mon Jul 18, 2011 5:23 pm

Just an observation. How many guys get on a flight at 3am to go home from either golfing in Florida or go to Ohio to golf? Neither scenario makes sense to me.

Did Casey go with the alleged golfers? Were they her security guards?

Mason makes me ill. He's overtly miserable to everyone that doesn't agree with his assessment. The fact that he is willing to support Casey and say she is innocent is disgusting.

He thinks we should respect the jurors decision. Well I disagree and feel they made a huge error due to their stupidity. They never ever reviewed any of the evidence. And guess what Mr. Mason... it's my right to disagree. I do not have to RESPECT anything with this horrible mess of a case.

Parents LIED
Brother LIED
Mistress LIED
Casey LIED
Lawyers LIED - I thought as an officer of the court it was their job to uphold TRUTH?

And this was not a fair trial. A fair trial would not have the two lead attorneys making up lies to mislead the jurors. No, I will not respect this decision.

So bite me Mr.Mason Sarcasm
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Post by artgal16 on Mon Jul 18, 2011 5:32 pm

I saw the plane I was up at 9pm here in California
and that was midnight there - and I watched them it was a bunch of golfers and they had a bunch of golf bags etc I think that was legitimate - what the heck is she going to do out of state - and with who? I dont buy it - shes still in Florida probably with some friends of Baez or Mason or even Sims. They arent going to go to the expensive of flyng her back and forth especially if there are some deals for Baez to make - to quote Casey - she is close by
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Post by Guest on Mon Jul 18, 2011 5:50 pm

I did not watch Masons interview. It is more of the same. I have started boycotting certain interviews and media hype already. No way am I going to watch anything the defense team, juror or KC her self does as far as interviews, books movies. Not one 1 of the Anthony's could ever write a book that I would bother reading either.
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I have heard other people say the plane stuff was all staged and KC is staying nearby with Baez.
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Post by artgal16 on Mon Jul 18, 2011 5:54 pm

I absolutely believe that to be true Linda! She is right around the same area.
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Post by Guest on Mon Jul 18, 2011 6:00 pm

I don't doubt for a minute she is in the same area. In hiding. Like a prison outside of a prison. Not like she is use to but KC is not going to put up with being in hiding to long. She will make a stupid move sooner or later.
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Post by jeanne1807 on Mon Jul 18, 2011 6:35 pm

I am soooooo tired of Casey Anthony.

Hubby said today that he thinks the media and their continuing coverage over and over again is trying to incite a riot.

Who cares where she is. I could give a fig.

Good riddence to bad trash.
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Post by cherylz on Mon Jul 18, 2011 6:51 pm

I think I will only feel some satisfaction and closure to this case if something "terrible" happens to KC. That is not like me to admit that, however such an imbalance of justice happened, it only seems fitting. I feel such disbelief in the outcome, such anger towards her and her team, and SUCH sadness to what happened to beloved Caylee. shocked3 I am shocked at my feelings and that I am admitting them on-line.
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Post by artgal16 on Mon Jul 18, 2011 10:43 pm

Baez on his soap box on Geraldo

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Post by lisette on Mon Jul 18, 2011 10:59 pm

Not gonna watch Bozo on Geraldo or anywhere else...Not gonna watch Mason, Sims, KC, CA, GA, or Lee...Not gonna read any books by them...They will get NONE of my time or money. All I want to hear or see is that they got what they deserved for what they did to or failed to do for Caylee. I am done with all of them.
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Post by raine1953 on Tue Jul 19, 2011 1:57 am

I didn't listen to the Mason interview, can't stand the man. Didn't watch the Baez interview either, am sick of his smirky face.
I agree with the rest of you, I think Casey is most likely still in the Orlando area. I think Mason, Baez and Casey should all live together, they deserve each other.
I'm sick of the coverage on these people, I think I agree with your husband Jeanne, the media is going to incite a riot. HLN has been 24/7 since the verdict came in, makes me sick because they might as well treat her themselves as if she's a rock star.
I think Casey will surface. She seems to have that need for attention and I think she'll try to cash in on an interview that I won't watch. The damn media needs to shut up about her and maybe she'll go away. I think she'll have a miserable life but I bet she thinks she's hot right now.
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Post by Guest on Tue Jul 19, 2011 5:42 am

cherylz wrote:I think I will only feel some satisfaction and closure to this case if something "terrible" happens to KC. That is not like me to admit that, however such an imbalance of justice happened, it only seems fitting. I feel such disbelief in the outcome, such anger towards her and her team, and SUCH sadness to what happened to beloved Caylee. shocked3 I am shocked at my feelings and that I am admitting them on-line.

I feel the same way. I am not really ashamed to admit it either. I hope the media does keep looking for her. But they can stop with the interviews.
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Post by lisette on Tue Jul 19, 2011 8:47 am

According to this article at The Hinky Meter, KC would probably have gone free on appeal anyway. Seems that the computer search evidence had major errors in it that was not properly followed up on by OCSD. The prosecution was supposedly unaware...

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