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Post by lisette on Mon Sep 17, 2012 12:21 pm

Casey Anthony verdict outrage continues on social media networks one year later

SEPTEMBER 16, 2012 BY: CHARISSE VAN HORN
It’s been more than one year since Casey Anthony was acquitted on charges of murdering her two-year-old daughter Caylee. The verdict rendered on July 5, 2011 sparked outrage nationwide with protesters shouting outside the Orange County courthouse demanding justice for Caylee. Bills were enacted in states nationwide prompting legislators to enact “Caylee’s Law,” a regulation that would make failing to report your child missing a federal crime. On April 6, 2012, in Anthony’s home state of Florida, Governor Rick Scott signed HB 37, making “Caylee’s Law” official. Though Anthony was acquitted, the vitriol surrounding the case, and the belief many hold that she murdered her daughter despite a jury’s decision, continues. Anthony is facing several civil suits and is scheduled for another trial in January 2013. However, it doesn’t take long for one to realize that that animosity directed towards Anthony is just as strong today as it was throughout the murder trial.

Those searching through the social media-networking site “Twitter” in real time will find numerous references to Anthony and other most hated celebrities and criminals. Popular tweets include references to the noun turned verb phrase “Casey Anthony your kid” or choosing a babysitter or nanny named “Casey Anthony.” Some refer to their feelings of anger towards the jurors in the case, as well as the fact that Anthony is no longer on probation and is technically, a free woman. Anthony’s attorney, Charles M. Greene, along with her criminal defense attorney, J. Cheney Mason continue to insist that Anthony’s life is in danger from a public that is incensed that Anthony is free and no one has ever been punished for the death of two-year-old Caylee.

The Facebook group “People Against “We Support Casey Anthony” continues their boycott and mission that Anthony never profit from the death of Caylee Anthony. On September 16, 2012, the group added Piers Morgan to their boycott list as a response to a June telephone interview where Anthony told the CNN host that she did not kill her daughter.

Anthony spent one year on probation for her conviction of lying to police during the initial investigation into her daughter’s disappearance. During that time, public information pertaining to Anthony, information that is normally accessible for other Florida citizens in trouble with the law, was kept private. Anthony’s address has remained a secret since her release from jail and she has kept a low profile. It is unclear whether Anthony will continue to receive special treatment due to the perceived threats against her as she faces three civil suits in Orange County, Florida.

Though Anthony proclaimed her innocence, the public sentiment surrounding her shows that not many believe she is innocent of Caylee’s death in 2008.

Polls continue to show that Casey Anthony is the most hated person in the United States. In June 2012, the New York Post polled more than 9,000 people and Anthony’s name topped the list. The poll was conducted nearly one year following her acquittal.

During Anthony’s extremely publicized trial, many comparisons were made to O.J. Simpson who was acquitted of the murder of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman. Though acquitted in criminal court, Simpson was found guilty of their deaths in a civil trial. Simpson came in at number seven on the Post’s poll and is currently incarcerated on other charges. As Anthony faces civil suits, it will be interesting to see if she will continue to share similarities with Simpson. Zenaida Gonzales is suing Anthony for defamation in a suit stemming from statements given by Anthony that she left Caylee with a nanny by the same name. Anthony’s attorneys filed a motion requesting information from the criminal trial be barred in the civil trial. A hearing is scheduled in the matter for September 26, 2012.

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Post by Wrapitup on Wed Sep 19, 2012 9:07 pm

Casey Anthony Offered $20k For Celebrity Boxing
September 19, 2012 2:55 PM

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Casey Anthony has largely been out of sight since she was found not guilty of the murder of her daughter Caylee. But Anthony apparently is ready to come out of the shadows to take part in a Celebrity Boxing match.

According to Radar Online, Anthony was offered $20,000 to “fight” Michell “Bombshell” McGee. Damon Feldman, who is planning the bout, said he will personally give Anthony $10,000 and give another $10,000 to her favorite charity for the three one-minute round fight. (Her favorite charity?? "Pole Dancing for Child Killers"?) Sarcasm

While the match is not set yet, Radar Online said the bout would be taped in Fort Lauderdale on November 3 if everything is agreed upon. The exact location has not been released.

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Post by Wrapitup on Wed Sep 19, 2012 9:11 pm

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Alleged child killer Casey Anthony has been offered a chunk of change to hurt another infamous character in a celebrity boxing match in Fort Lauderdale.

Orlando promoter Damon Feldman, who’s known for his D-list celebrity fights, told the Boca Raton-based National Enquirer that he’s reached out to Anthony’s people with a bona fide offer: $20,000 to Anthony for three, one-minute rounds.

Anthony would be pitted against Michelle Bombshell McGee, the tattooed other woman in the love triangle that caused Oscar winner Sandra Bullock‘s divorce from reality TV motorcycle designer Jesse James.

If the 26-year-old Casey were remotely interested — doubtful, she went underground last year after being cleared by an Orlando jury of killing her 2-year-old daughter Caylee – she’d better do her research on McGee.

Stripper McGee is known as a ruthless fighter who KOed porn star Gina Lynn and actor Mel Gibson‘s purported mistress, Violet Kowal.

“I want this match,” McGee said. “I know she’s lying about killer her daughter.”

Feldman says the fight would be scheduled for Nov. 3 in a yet-to-be-determined venue in Fort Lauderdale.

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Normal Casey Anthony has moved out of Florida

Post by Wrapitup on Fri Sep 21, 2012 9:24 pm

Posted: Sep 21, 2012 5:37 PM CDT
Updated: Sep 21, 2012 8:20 PM CDT
By Adam Longo

ORLANDO, FL (CBS5) -
Casey Anthony is now living in a different location, according to her attorney, Charles Greene.

During a one-year state supervised probation Anthony was serving for check fraud charges, she was prohibited from leaving Florida. That probation ended on Thursday, Aug. 23. It's unclear exactly when Anthony moved from an undisclosed location in Florida to outside of the state.

"She has relocated. She no longer has to live with the same security precautions that surrounded her," Greene said. "The hate mail has subsided a lot. She's doing better."

Anthony, her attorney says, has more freedom now that her probation has ended, but she continues to live out of the public eye because of the vitriol leveled towards her and her criminal defense team after her acquittal on murder charges in July of last year.

"Casey is surprised and hurt by the intensity of the hatred directed towards her," said Greene. WTH?? We don't CARE that she's "surprised and hurt." I am sure Caylee was surprised when her mother duct taped her mouth. OMG!! angry angry angry angry

"None of the people who have profited from her case, the TV pundits and others, none of them have been looking for the truth. They're all dwelling on the scandal." BS

Greene also strongly refuted an internet article published this week that Anthony is currently in New York City finalizing a book deal and meeting with a CNN host to discuss on on-air interview.

"Absolutely untrue," Greene said.

Anthony's legal troubles are not over yet. She is facing a handful of civil lawsuits including one filed by a Kissimmee, FL, woman named Zenaida Gonzalez who claims Anthony defamed her by claiming she left her daughter Caylee with a nanny by a similar name.

In her criminal trial, Anthony's attorneys said "Zanny the Nanny" was someone Anthony made up.

That trial is scheduled to begin in January.

CBS 5 has also learned a hearing scheduled for next week in that civil case has been moved to Oct. 4.

Anthony wants to preclude Gonzalez's attorneys from mentioning any aspect of the criminal trial in the upcoming civil trial.

Anthony's lawyer says he plans to file between five and 10 new "motions in limine" in the coming weeks in an attempt to limit the amount of evidence that can be introduced in the upcoming trial.

On Friday, Anthony's defense filed a motion asking the judge to bar any reference to the criminal investigations within which she was involved. [Click here to read the full motion (PDF)]
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Judge Lisa Munyon has already limited the scope of how Gonzalez's attorneys can proceed with their case.

The trial will hinge on a statement Anthony made to her mother Cindy while incarcerated in the Orange County Jail on July 25, 2008. Anthony stated, "When they went and interviewed that girl down in Kissimmee, they never showed me a picture of her…"

Less than two weeks prior to that, Anthony was shown a series of photos by Orange County deputies investigating her daughter's disappearance. Upon seeing each photo, which included a picture of the Zenaida Gonzalez who brought the lawsuit, Anthony told investigators none of the people in the photos was her daughter's nanny. Gonzalez herself was questioned by investigators before Anthony was shown her picture. Gonzalez told deputies she had no knowledge of a missing child and did not know Anthony.

Greene says Anthony looks forward to the day where she can speak publicly about her case, but she doesn't plan to speak about the case until her legal issues have passed. Like anyone would believe a word that comes out of her mouth???? Go AWAY, you POS muderer!!

Anthony's criminal team is appealing the four counts of lying to law enforcement she was convicted of last July.

A representative with the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in Daytona Beach, FL, has said a judicial panel could decide on that appeal before the end of the year.

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Post by Guest on Sat Sep 22, 2012 8:17 am

I am still waiting to hear who has been paying her bills. October 4th is around the corner. I feel like :cheering: Zenaida on.
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Post by Wrapitup on Sat Sep 22, 2012 1:17 pm

It will be interesting to say the least.

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Post by Wrapitup on Sun Sep 23, 2012 12:05 am

Casey Anthony has left Florida; hate mail has subsided

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Don’t go looking for Casey Anthony in Florida.
She has departed the Sunshine State, reports Adam Longo, who now works for KPHO, the CBS station in Phoenix.

“She has relocated. She no longer has to live with the same security precautions that surrounded her,” Anthony attorney Charles Greene told Longo. “The hate mail has subsided a lot. She’s doing better.”

Greene said there was no truth to speculation that Anthony is in New York finishing up a book deal or discussing an interview with CNN.

Longo, a first-rate journalist, reported at length on the Anthony saga first at WKMG-Channel 6 and later at Central Florida News 13. He left News 13 to move to Phoenix.

In the interview, Longo got Greene to open up. “Casey is surprised and hurt by the intensity of the hatred directed towards her,” the attorney told him.

She is likely to face more of it when Zenaida Gonzalez’s defamation suit against her goes to trial next year. Gonzalez claims that her life was ruined when Anthony linked her to the disappearance of Caylee Anthony.

Casey was acquitted last year of murder in the 2008 death of Caylee, her daughter. Anthony recently finished serving a year’s probation for check fraud in Florida.

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Post by Wrapitup on Mon Sep 24, 2012 9:00 pm

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It’s about that time for another Celebrity Boxing Match, and here’s some news about who will or won’t be fighting.
If you’ve been keeping up with Celebrity Boxing news, you might have heard that Casey Anthony was rumored to be a part of the third Celebrity Boxing charity match. However, she has decided not to do the match. According to Celebrity Boxing promoter, Damon Feldman:

In an unexpected twist Casey Anthony, who was to do a 3rd charity Celebrity Rules Boxing match against Jessie James’ mistress Michelle “Bombshell” McGee in Florida has said ‘No,’ she will not do the match unless she is guaranteed $50,000 to do the invite-only event live on internet Pay- Per-View. ‘For $50,000, its crazy ridiculous it’s off. I’m not interested,” says Celebrity Boxing founder Damon Feldman. ‘No One would give her a dime. I was trying to help her out with doing the match and giving to charity. I refuse to pay a penny more for her match of $10,000, even that is way to much,’ Feldman stresses. ‘I spoke with her friend/rep several times–they came to me and it took me six months to consider this and now they want more money? It’s not happening. I would rather put the Octomom back in!’ Michelle Mcgee is now looking for an opponent and says Casey Anthony is unreal. ‘It is totally absurd saying no to doing this match, I would do match for Free as long as charities where being helped.’

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I would bet many would put up the extra 30K just to watch this monster get pummeled. And, if someone calls her bluff and raises it to $50K, I Highly doubt she'll do it anyway.

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Normal Casey Anthony Sued For Three Billion Dollars, Accused Of Causing Emotional And Mental Distress!

Post by Wrapitup on Thu Oct 11, 2012 6:25 pm

Posted on Oct 11, 2012 @ 11:00AM
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Casey Anthony has been accused of many things in her time, not least the murder of her toddler daughter, Caylee, but a recent lawsuit took the criminal allegations against the "Tot Mom" to a whole new crazy level!

Anthony was being sued for a whopping three billion dollars by Naomi Riches, a Pennsylvania woman who maintains Anthony caused her "emotional and mental distress" after she threatened to kill her, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.

EXCLUSIVE DOCUMENTS: Woman Tried To Sue Casey Anthony For Three Billion Dollars!
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The rambling lawsuit makes a plethora of crazy allegations against Anthony, who was acquitted of the murder of Caylee, following a sensational trial last year.

"Casey Anthony is an Illuminati actress who has used the summers 2009-2011 to mock and harass my current circumstances," the lawsuit claims. "Casey Anthony and Nancy Grace are working in cahoots with one another to fill the media with propaganda so that American Citizens believe there is Justice in this country… Casey Anthony called my house August 2011 and told me that my life was being exploited and that I was a hated nation wife, she told me she would come to my house in Fort Collins, Colorado and kill me just as they did Peggy Hettrick in 1987. She let me know that my left eye would be stabbed out as a part of the Illuminati symbolism. She told me that the government was going to find a way to tap into my water pipes and poison my water supply. I was terrified to shower and drink water for months. I had to spend $600.00 on bottled water." crazy3 crazy3 crazy3

In the disturbing court documents, the Pennsylvania woman goes on to allege, "She (Casey Anthony) told me that there were cameras lodged in the back of my eyes and that my life is a reality show for the Elite. Because of her, I suffer from severe psychological damage. For months I couldn't use the bathroom to go number 1 or 2 without thinking there was some sick wealthy pervert watching me through cameras Casey Anthony claimed were lodged in the back of my eyes." crazy3 crazy3 crazy3

United States Magistrate Judge David Baker dismissed the lawsuit and request for a temporary restraining order on October 10 because "the fantastic allegations do not meet the plausibility standard."

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Post by raine1953 on Thu Oct 11, 2012 7:12 pm

No lie!!!!
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Post by Lilone on Fri Oct 12, 2012 11:17 am

Seems she has had this same reaction once before!
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Post by Wrapitup on Mon Oct 29, 2012 9:31 pm

By Jeff Weiner, Orlando Sentinel
7:19 p.m. EDT, October 29, 2012

An appeal court in Daytona Beach is now scheduled to hear Casey Anthony's appeal of her four convictions for lying to law enforcement early next year, after her legal team today filed the last paperwork necessary to proceed.

Oral arguments in the appeal have been scheduled for Jan. 8, just days after the trial in a defamation suit against Anthony is set to commence.

The lawsuit, brought by Zenaida Gonzalez, is set for trial Jan. 2. Gonzalez's lawyers have been hamstrung by Anthony's appeal — she cited it to avoid answering questions — and hoped it would conclude before trial in the suit.

Attorneys for Anthony filed their reply to the state's argument in her appeal on Monday, the last filing necessary from either party before the case could be heard by the Fifth District Court of Appeal.

Anthony, who was acquitted on all major charges in her daughter's death in an ultra-high-profile trial last year, is challenging four convictions on misdemeanor counts of lying to law enforcement.

Among the points of contention in the appeal: Anthony argues that the four lies she was accused of are really just one continuous act — and should have been charged as such.

Her lawyers also argue that her statements to law enforcement should have been thrown out of the murder trial, because she was briefly handcuffed and put in a law enforcement vehicle, but wasn't read her rights.

The state argues Anthony wasn't technically under arrest, and therefore didn't need to be read her rights, rather "[s]he was simply handcuffed at her mother's insistence in order to prevent her from leaving."

Her attorneys, in their latest filing, note that Anthony was never told why she was being handcuffed.

Anthony's appeal has moved slowly since her trial concluded in July 2011, and has an impact on lawsuits she faces. She has avoided answering most questions in those suits so far, citing the pending appeal.

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Post by Nama on Sun Nov 18, 2012 8:14 pm

Blah, blah, blah!

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Normal Casey Anthony: WKMG uncovers 'evidence that points right at Casey'

Post by Wrapitup on Mon Nov 19, 2012 9:42 pm

By Hal Boedeker
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5:01 p.m. EST, November 19, 2012

WKMG-Channel 6 will offer what it is billing as a major story in the Casey Anthony saga.

The report, from Tony Pipitone, won't air until 11 p.m. Tuesday. But WKMG will start promoting the report at 11 p.m. Monday.

"This is one of the biggest Tony Pipitone investigations we've had," WKMG news director Steve Hyvonen said. "Tony uncovers evidence that could have changed the jury's mind -- evidence that points right at Casey. But it was never presented in court because the prosecution didn't know about it. Tony is still working on putting the story together, and it will air Tuesday night at 11."

Anthony was acquitted in July 2011 of murder in the 2008 death of her daughter, Caylee. Anthony is being sued for defamation by Zenaida Gonzalez.

A promotional spot for the report shows a shaken Jose Baez, who represented Anthony, saying, "I don't understand how no one ever knew about this evidence."

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Post by samgoodwin on Tue Nov 20, 2012 11:08 am

Hi Wrap, I just dropped by to see if you all had seen this latest development. It will be interesting to see what the evidence was that "points right at Casey" - but I don't see how much can be done with it because of double jeopardy.

Maybe they can toss Baez in prison for suppressing this evidence.

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Post by Wrapitup on Tue Nov 20, 2012 11:23 am

Thanks Sam. I agree. Doubt they can do much of anything.

Bozo is now an attorney for one of the detectives on the Zimmerman trial. 🇳🇴


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Post by artgal16 on Tue Nov 20, 2012 12:00 pm

Hi All! Been swamped again, trying to catch up with news on different cases - just saw this and also about Jose being "shaken up" sounds like damage control but just for Jose - as he now has moved and set up a new practice, he probably doesnt want people to think that he knew she was guilty - which he did!
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Post by HippyChick2 on Tue Nov 20, 2012 12:49 pm

Dumb Question- does it ever happen that someone is acquitted and evidence later is discovered that points to the obvious guilt of the acquitted person, is a new trial ever held to convict the guilty person who got away with murder. TIA.

I still want to see this Bee fry......LMS!!!


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Post by artgal16 on Tue Nov 20, 2012 1:13 pm

I dont think so - its double jeopardy they cannot be tried again for the same crime. Unless they could come up with another charge against her. I cannot imagine how in the world they found new evidence now - I guess we will have to wait and see. It could just be a lot of hype!
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Post by Wrapitup on Tue Nov 20, 2012 2:45 pm

agreed

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Post by artgal16 on Tue Nov 20, 2012 6:37 pm

This is it:

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Post by Wrapitup on Tue Nov 20, 2012 10:53 pm

Prosecutors unaware of computer search for "foolproof suffocation" on day Caylee died

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ORLANDO, Fla. -
For weeks, Casey Anthony sat at her murder trial with her defense team anxiously waiting for prosecutors to drop a bombshell: computer evidence, the state would argue, showing Anthony researched how to kill with poison and suffocation on the same afternoon her daughter, Caylee, was killed by poison and suffocation.

But the bombshell never exploded.

"We were waiting for the state to bring it up," defense attorney Jose Baez told Local 6. "And when they didn't, we were kind of shocked."

Baez first revealed the evidence in his book, "Presumed Guilty," but blamed Anthony’s father, George Anthony, for the computer activity. Baez suggested George Anthony was considering suicide after Caylee accidentally drowned in the family swimming pool.

But a Local 6 investigation has uncovered evidence indicating it was most likely Casey doing the search.

And, in a stunning lapse, prosecutors -- relying on woefully incomplete information from the Orange County Sheriff's Office -- never even saw the potentially damning computer browser evidence, until Local 6 revealed it to them last week.

How damning is it?

Consider what they appear to show happening online the afternoon of Monday, June 16, 2008, the day Caylee died:

At 2:49 p.m., after George Anthony said he had left for work and while Casey Anthony’s cellphone is pinging a tower nearest the home, the Anthony family's desktop computer is activated by someone using a password-protected account Casey Anthony used;

At 2:51 p.m., on a browser primarily Casey Anthony used, a Google search for the term "fool-proof suffocation," misspelling the last word as "suffication";

Five seconds later, the user clicks on an article that criticizes pro-suicide websites that include advice on "foolproof" ways to die. "Poison yourself and then follow it up with suffocation" by placing "a plastic bag over the head," the writer quotes others as advising;

At 2:52 p.m., the browser records activity on MySpace, a website Casey Anthony used frequently and George Anthony did not.

"I really believed that (prosecutors) were going to sandbag us with it," said Baez.

After all, poison, suffocation and plastic bags were exactly what the state claimed Casey Anthony used to murder Caylee and dispose of her body; poisoning her with chloroform, suffocating her with duct tape, then placing her body in two plastic bags.

After Local 6 described the findings to him last week, trial prosecutor Jeff Ashton said, "It's just a shame we didn't have it. This certainly would have put the accidental death claim in serious question."


Ashton retired after the trial, wrote a book on the case and, in January, will become state attorney, unseating his former boss in this year's election.

Who's to blame

With an army of investigators and prosecutors spending three years, hundreds of thousands of dollars and untold man hours on the most notorious, high-profile murder case in Florida history, the blame for overlooking key evidence could be placed at many feet.

"I don't think it's appropriate for me to say this person messed up, that person messed up or we messed up," said Ashton.

The Orange County Sheriff’s Office, which possessed the evidence but failed to extract it and turn it over to prosecutors, now realizes what it missed.

“There was an oversight,” said sheriff’s Capt. Angelo Nieves, confirming that the agency tried and failed to extract information that would have revealed the entire Internet browsing history for that day. “This has been a learning experience for investigators as well.”
Both Ashton and the lead prosecutor, Linda Drane Burdick, noted that prosecutors asked the Sheriff's Office to produce an Internet history of the computer for June 16, 2008.

But the request came relatively late, less than two months before trial, after prosecutors learned from defense witnesses that Casey Anthony was going to claim she was awakened that morning by her frantic father looking for a missing Caylee.

In an April 5, 2011, email to sheriff's computer examiner Sandra Osborne, Burdick wrote, "I believe, based on your reports, that we can disprove” Casey Anthony’s claim that she was awakened by her father when Caylee disappeared. They could do that, Burdick wrote, “by demonstrating (if possible) what was actually happening (I guess that means user activity and Internet history) on the computer during the time frame."

In response, lead sheriff's Investigator Yuri Melich sent Burdick a spreadsheet that, our investigation found, contained less than 2 percent of the computer’s Internet activity that day.

Melich and Osborne relied on Internet data from the computer’s Internet Explorer browser – one Casey Anthony apparently stopped using months earlier. Since March, she preferred the computer’s Mozilla Firefox browser, as investigators already knew.

The spreadsheet sent to Burdick included 17 vague entries from the Internet Explorer browser history on June 16, 2008, and failed to list 1,247 entries recorded on the Mozilla Firefox browser that day -- including the search for “foolproof suffocation.”

The mistake meant prosecutors went to trial unaware of 98.7 percent of the browser history records created that day.

Even the scant data the Sheriff's Office did manage to find showed computer activity inconsistent with the claim that Casey Anthony was awakened that morning to learn her daughter was missing and then drowned.

In his powerful opening statement, Baez described the resulting scene between father and daughter, after Caylee's wet, limp body was recovered.

"He immediately began to yell at (Casey). Look what you've done! Your mother will never forgive you and you will go to jail for child neglect for the rest of your fricking life."

So, the jury was told, George Anthony disposed of the body and both he and Casey re-launched their lives in a secretly shared compact of denial and deceit.

"This is strange," Baez told jurors. "This is bizarre. This is the life of Casey Anthony."

No, prosecutors countered, this was about the murder of Caylee Anthony – one accomplished, they claimed, with poison, suffocation and plastic bags.

Had Casey Anthony testified, as Burdick said she expected she would, prosecutors wanted to use the browser information to impeach her. But Casey Anthony never took the stand and the state did not elicit from any other witness even the skeletal browser evidence it did have.

Melich's spreadsheet does show activity from Casey Anthony's password-protected account beginning at 7:52 a.m., indicating that she was on MySpace and researching sexy costumes for "shot girls" to wear at her then-boyfriend's nightclub events.

But none of the 1,247 overlooked Firefox browser actions that day -- including the potentially incriminating search that afternoon -- appear in the easily extractable Explorer browser files that Melich relied upon for his timeline.

Investigators knew Casey Anthony preferred the family computer's Mozilla Firefox browser, but they previously had trouble decoding it, sheriff’s officials said.

In 2008, in a deleted section of Firefox browser records, they found searches from March 2008 for "how to make chloroform,” “neck breaking,” “death” and other terms after they requested that Osborn search the hard drive for the word “chloroform.” That request came after the Sheriff’s Office found traces of chloroform in the trunk where, they claimed, Casey Anthony hid her daughter's body.

But when Melich assembled his 114-line spreadsheet in 2011, he transferred data from the Internet Explorer browser that Casey Anthony rarely, if ever, used after March 6, 2008.

Melich and Osborne declined comment, and the then-head of the computer crimes section, Sgt. Kevin Stenger, has retired and could not be reached for comment.

But in a Sept. 6, 2012, email exchange with a Phoenix attorney who obtained the browser histories in August through a public records request, Osborne offered this explanation for the oversight:
"I have a very good reason why (the foolproof suffocation search) wasn't brought up during trial. I was never asked to conduct a search for 'suffocation' and the word does not appear in the Internet artifacts we prepared for trial, unfortunately."

In a statement to Local 6 on Monday, the Sheriff's Office stood by Osborne and echoed her defense:
“The Firefox record which contains the Google search for ‘suffication’ was neither extracted nor examined. A search for the keyword ‘suffocation’ was never requested from any OCSO investigator or the prosecutor’s office at any time during the investigation; therefore, this Internet record was inadvertently not discovered by Detective Osborne. … The agency has confidence in her knowledge and expertise in this very complicated field of computer forensics.”

When it comes to blame, the prosecution notes it requested the information from the Sheriff’s Office; the Sheriff’s Office states it was never asked to search for “suffocation.”

But both agree on this point: No one can say for certain whether the jury would have reached a different verdict if the evidence had not been overlooked. I wholeheartedly disagree. IMHO, this would have been the ultimate nail in her coffin.

Bringing the evidence to light

Repeated requests by Local 6 beginning in 2009 for a copy of the hard drive that contained the Internet histories were denied by the state attorney's office, which claimed -- correctly, it turned out -- it did not have the data in its possession.

Sheriff's computer investigators copied the entire hard drive from the Anthony's HP desktop computer after seizing it in July 2008 and gave prosecutors vague analysis of its activity and fragments of a miniscule amount of the vast information on them. The sheriff turned over the original hard drive to the Baez team in 2008 after it had been copied, Baez said.

After Baez revealed the "foolproof suffocation" search in his book, Phoenix attorney Isabel Humphrey requested and received a copy of the browsers’ histories from the Sheriff's Office.

Baez's theory that George Anthony did the search while contemplating suicide "was as crazy as the nanny story," Humphrey told Local 6, referring to Casey Anthony's original claim that a babysitter had kidnapped Caylee.

She obtained the data in August and turned it over to John Goetz, a retired engineer and computer expert in Connecticut. The pair had become acquainted online while following and discussing the case through the amateur sleuthing web community, Webslueths.

Using free software available on the Internet since 2004, Goetz said it took him less than two hours to extract more than 35,000 records detailing the computer's online activities from 2004 until it was seized in July 2008.

"Once you have converted the Internet history records, it really doesn't take more than 15 to 20 minutes to look through the entire Internet history for June 16," said Humphrey. "And I would think if there was one day you would pick to look at, that would be the day."

Goetz and Humphrey homed in on June 16, 2008, and quickly discovered the misspelled search for "fool-proof suffication."

"It shows you a state of mind that was present on the actual afternoon it appears the child had died," Humphrey said. "So I think it would be important regardless of who it was making the searches, but in this case it's certainly important that it appears to be Casey Anthony herself."


What they found astounded them and left at least one crucial question unanswered: How could prosecutors have not used this at trial?

Searching for that answer, they turned the browser history files over to Local 6.

After authenticating the records and interviewing defense, prosecution and Sheriff’s Office sources, it became clear: two citizen-investigators accomplished in less than three hours what an army of Orange County investigators and prosecutors failed to do in three years: uncover in detail what Casey Anthony was doing online the day Caylee died.

Of course, unbeknownst to investigators and prosecutors, it was also uncovered many months earlier by someone else: Jose Baez.

The defense: George did it

"I don't understand how no one ever knew about this evidence," Baez told Local 6. "We were keeping it close to the vest and ready to counterpunch in the trial, and it never came out."

The defense's still-cocked counterpunch: George Anthony did it.

After Baez's computer expert found the June 16 search for “foolproof suffocation" (Baez said he cannot reveal exactly when that was), Baez said he suspected the state knew about it, too, and was going to surprise the defense with it at trial.

In his revealing book, "Presumed Guilty," Baez accused investigators of "pulling a fast one" by concealing the vast majority of the June 16 computer history from the defense. Mostly vague references to that day's activity and some images were included in the documents turned over to the defense by the state in the discovery process.

What our reporting confirmed happened never occurred to Baez: that, in this small but crucial area, the investigation was so lacking it failed to discover the search.

But if they had, Baez said, he was ready.

"It turned out to be a huge bombshell that we thought would be the knockout blow in this case," Baez said, anticipating the defense would knock out the state by arguing the search showed George Anthony contemplating suicide, not Casey Anthony researching how to kill.

"It appears suicide had long been on George's mind," Baez wrote in “Presumed Guilty,” noting George Anthony attempted suicide in January 2009.

Asked by Local 6 if the foolproof suffocation search and visit to the site discussing ways to kill showed consciousness of guilt, Baez said, "To me, it tells me someone's feeling very guilty of something and is considering suicide. To be considering suicide the day Caylee died was huge for us."

Asked if that meant he believed whoever did that search was responsible for Caylee's death, Baez said, "I think 'responsible' is too strong a word."

His book explores various scenarios, all pointing to George Anthony.

But, in doing so, Baez relies on several assumptions that are refuted by evidence developed and confirmed by Humphrey, Goetz and Local 6.
So, is Bozo implying GA did the search and was going to suffocate himself to death? This is blatant HOGWASH!!!

The defense's flawed timeline

As part of the book's "concrete proof" it was George Anthony and not Casey Anthony doing the foolproof suffocation search that afternoon, Baez notes correctly it was immediately preceded by a login to an AOL Instant Messenger account.

"Right after someone logged in to instant messenger," Baez writes in his book, "the first search was to Google" for foolproof suffocation.

That much is confirmed by the evidence. But then Baez errs in writing, "George had an AOL Instant Messenger account. Casey didn't."

In fact, Baez now concedes, Casey Anthony did have such an account, known as AIM.

And Goetz recovered encrypted data showing it was Casey's Anthony’s AIM account screen name – casey o marie – and not George Anthony’s that logged in just before the foolproof suffocation search.

The same AIM account was used to chat on the computer at 7:56 a.m., and was logged in at the outset of other Casey-related Mozilla Firefox browsing session on that day and several others.

That June 16 AIM chat was clearly between Casey Anthony (casey o marie) and a friend known on AIM as WitePlayboi.


"So what r u up 2," WitePlayboi asked at 8:01 that fateful morning.

"Not a whole lot. Checking up on all the MySpace/Facebook hoopla," casey o marie replies 30 seconds later.

Baez said he has corrected the error in subsequent editions of the book.

But, he insists, there is still plenty of evidence that it was George Anthony doing the search that afternoon.

To support that theory, though, he has to discredit the times logged in the browser’s software.

Baez claims the “foolproof suffocation” search occurred at 1:51 p.m., not 2:51 p.m., and that the times on the browser history extracted from the sheriff’s copy of the hard drive failed to take into account the beginning of daylight saving time in March 2008.

A 2:51 p.m. search time makes it difficult for Baez to argue George Anthony was responsible because George Anthony claimed he left the house around 2:30 for a work shift that began at 3 p.m.

In addition, a detailed comparison of the browser times to independent evidence -- some direct, some circumstantial -- corroborates the contention that the search occurred at 2:51 p.m. and not 1:51 p.m., as Baez claims.

Consider:

When Osborn first seized the computer and started it on July, 18, 2008 at 12:13 p.m., she testified, the computer's time was "right on the money."

On June 16, at 11:27 a.m., the browser logged a photo accessed through Facebook, then a visit to the Photobucket photo sharing site. Eighteen seconds after the photo was accessed in Facebook it was uploaded to Casey’s Photobucket account, according to Photobucket records subpoenaed by the Sheriff's Office in 2008.

If the browser time were incorrect as Baez claims, Photobucket’s records would have placed that activity at 10:27 a.m. (Melich's spreadsheet prepared for the prosecution inaccurately states the photo – showing the inside of a lounge where Casey’s boyfriend held weekly nightclub events -- was uploaded at 9:27 a.m., failing to note Photobucket's record was based on Mountain Standard Time.)

Cellphone call and text records also align with the times of computer activity logged by the browser, but only if one accepts the later 2:51 p.m. time for the foolproof suffocation search.

Most strikingly, the browsing session that included that search logs its last activity, involving MySpace, at 2:52 and 55 seconds. Cellphone records show Casey Anthony answered a call from former boyfriend Jesse Grund that was logged at 2:52:53.

They spoke for nearly 12 minutes, the call ending at the 3:04:06 -- the exact second the cell records show a call from George Anthony to Casey Anthony's cell, indicating she disconnected with Grund to take a 26-second call from her father.


In his book, Baez said the call at 3:04 p.m. is "exactly when (George) would have arrived at work." Records also show George used his cell to call his house landline at 3:02 p.m., indicating he was not home at the time.

It was during that 3:04 p.m. call, Baez writes, that Casey Anthony claims her father told her, "I took care of everything," meaning he disposed of the body and warned her not to tell her mother, Cindy Anthony, about Caylee's death.

Thirty minutes later, Casey Anthony called her then-boyfriend, Tony Lazzaro.

Baez suspected the state did not want to introduce at trial cell and computer records because they refuted something George Anthony had insisted on all along: that he is certain Casey Anthony and Caylee left the house at 12:50 that afternoon.

As Local 6 first revealed in 2009, Casey's cellphone indicated it was at or near the house that entire day, until she headed toward Lazzaro's apartment at 4:11 p.m.

And the newly uncovered browser histories further indicate Casey Anthony was at the house past 12:50 that afternoon. Her password-protected computer account activates the browser at 1:39 p.m., revealing activity associated with her AIM account and MySpace and Facebook. The last browser activity during that session is at 1:42 p.m.; two minutes later, Casey Anthony calls her friend, Amy Huizenga, and they talk until 2:21 p.m.

Twenty-eight minutes later, browser histories show, Casey Anthony's account on the computer is back online just before the search for foolproof suffocation.

Later, in testimony, neither Huizenga nor Grund recalled anything unusual about Casey's tone during those phone calls.

Questions remain

None of this, of course, is proof that Casey Anthony killed Caylee. A jury has found her not guilty and the Constitution generally precludes her from being tried again for the same crime.

While the state now says it would have argued the search showed her interest in killing with poison, suffocation and plastic bags, the defense would have countered the computer user was researching suicide and, as Baez wrote, George Anthony "was the only one out there trying to kill himself."

The timeline could support one of any number of other possibilities, including one Baez did not raise, but could have used to his advantage: that Caylee did, in fact, die in an accidental drowning and George and Casey Anthony agreed they would conceal the death. But, after George Anthony left to dispose of the body and go to work, Casey Anthony went online to consider suicide that afternoon.

Still, why she would search for "foolproof suffocation" and not, say, "how to commit suicide," is another unanswerable question – and one of many.


Baez concedes the records are open to interpretation, and notes browser data alone cannot conclusively prove who was using a computer at any given time. And, he stressed, several of his experts independently confirmed the search in question occurred an hour earlier than the records provided to Local 6.

While he argued in his book someone "signed on to" George's AIM account that afternoon, the records show it was Casey Anthony’s account. Informed of that, Baez now notes the login may have been automatic whenever someone started a browser. Even so, browser records indicate Casey's password-protected account is the only one that generated a login to her AIM account, as it did just before the foolproof suffocation search.

George Anthony’s attorney, Mark Lippman, said he would relay a request to George Anthony for comment on what happened that afternoon, but neither has responded.

In our October interview, Baez at first agreed George Anthony was at work by 3, but -- after Local 6 challenged his timeline -- he noted last week his assumption was based on work schedules, not time-stamped cards, and on George Anthony's unverified testimony.

He also said his expert found some computer system files with times that support his contention the browser's reported times were off by an hour. But those records have not been released and, therefore, cannot be verified by Local 6.

So, 16 months after a verdict that shocked the nation, the case continues to leave heads shaking.

How could a massive investigation fail to uncover crucial evidence created during the most important hours of its most important day?

And why didn't prosecutors request the records sooner, making a more forceful, specific, wide-ranging demand for every byte of data on the computer browser, then followed up more vociferously, utilizing the vast array of experts and resources available to the sheriff's and state attorney's offices?

The incoming state attorney, Ashton, said he "can't think of a policy or procedure I could put in place to make sure this wouldn't happen again."

He repeatedly cited Burdick's asking the Sheriff's Office for June 16 browser data, saying, "It appears Linda's question covered the material."

But that request came less than two months before jury selection in a case that had consumed investigators and prosecutors for nearly three years by then.

The Sheriff’s Office said its computer forensics section, where Osborne is still employed, “is walking away from it knowing there are things we can do better in the future.”

The sheriff’s computer examiners had other problems with evidence.

The times associated with the chloroform searches in March 2008 and produced by the Sheriff’s Office were, indeed, off by an hour, because the software they used to extract it did not take into account the change to daylight saving time on March 9, 2008.

Also, in trial, the sheriff’s independent computer consultant inaccurately testified the browser made 84 visits in March 2008 to a page that showed a recipe for making chloroform. The defense proved the software was flawed and there was only one visit – a major blow to a state case that rested on circumstantial and scientific evidence.

Still, the Sheriff’s Office stands by its work.

“We have reviewed this incident and have confidence in (Osborne’s) ability to provide current and future computer forensic analysis,’ the sheriff’s statement read. “ We have reviewed our procedures and based on the needs of a future investigation, we will seek outside assistance and expertise as deemed appropriate on a case by case basis. “

For Humphrey and Goetz, who easily uncovered from afar what the Sheriff’s Office and prosecutors were unable to find for years, the failure to do whatever was necessary to get to those browser records still leaves them astounded.

"I'm just really surprised by that," said Humphrey."I don't want to comment on their competence. I think the prosecutor and Sheriff’s Office both had a huge job before them on this case and they both obviously worked very hard.”

But, asked if she would have done more to make sure the state had the entire computer browsing history from that crucial day, Humphrey said, “Certainly, if I had been in the prosecutor's office, I would have." head bang

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I doubt it would have mattered anyway. That jury would have found Casey innocent even if they had footage of her killing Caylee.
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samgoodwin wrote:I doubt it would have mattered anyway. That jury would have found Casey innocent even if they had footage of her killing Caylee.
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Geez, I wonder if your opinion is the popular one. I also wonder what the jury NOW thinks reading the latest and what Cindy has to say to all this.

So, the entire time, Bozo and clan KNEW about these searches and IMHO that is WHY he went with the "George did it" BS

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ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — The Florida sheriff's office that investigated Caylee Anthony's death says it overlooked a computer search for suffocation made from the little girl's home on the day she was last seen alive.

Orange County sheriff's Capt. Angelo Nieves said Sunday that the office's computer investigator missed a June 16, 2008, Google search for fool-proof suffocation methods. The oversight was first reported by Orlando television station WKMG. It's not known who performed the search. The station reported it was done on a browser primarily used by the 2-year-old's mother, Casey Anthony.

The girl's body was found six months after she disappeared.

Casey Anthony was acquitted of her daughter's murder in 2011. Her attorneys argued that the toddler accidentally drowned in the family pool and that Casey Anthony's father helped her cover it up.

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Unbelievable. I cannot believe how things happened FOR TLMS like they did. That jury probably wouldn't have believed the latest find and HUGE mistake by LE! How TLMS had the kind of luck she did throughout that trial is beyond believable! It sure makes me think, what if........ just sayin.....
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That jury was brain dead. I do not believe that the jury would have been swayed by computer searches after the fiasco of the searches for chloroform on that same computer. I have said and felt all along Jeff Ashton (he was way to cocky for me) and the State of Florida screwed up Justice for Caylee.
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I have to agree, Linda. As much as I liked Jeff Ashton, I think he really messed up by laughing at Bozo in court and shaking his head when Bozo was talking. The jury saw this case as the state against poor little Miss Muffet, and he made the state look arrogant. I bet Linda was upset with him for not controlling his expressions better.

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I believe that Sam. Karma will get her 1 day.
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This double jeopardy law is bs! I don't care that she was found Not Guilty. I wish they would ban that stupid law.

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The state attorney, whose office lost the Casey Anthony murder trial, said on Wednesday that it was “disturbing” his prosecutors were unaware they could have argued that, on the day her daughter disappeared, Anthony performed a Google search for “foolproof suffocation” and visited a website discussing death by poison, suffocation and plastic bags.

In an exclusive interview with Local 6, Lawson Lamar said, “The fact that computer evidence was missed is something that is disturbing and I wish we'd had it. …I think it’s instructive to everyone involved to try not to miss evidence.”

During Anthony’s 2011 trial, his prosecutors used what little physical evidence they had to argue Anthony used poison (chloroform), suffocation (duct tape) and plastic bags to murder her daughter, Caylee, and dispose of her body.


Lamar, whose office covers Orange and Osceola counties, lost this year’s election to Jeff Ashton, one of the prosecutors he assigned to the Anthony case.

“I don't know how they didn't get it,” Lamar said of the failure by investigators and prosecutors to find the evidence on the Anthony family computer hard drive. “I'm not a computer expert, but we didn’t have it … We had no clue it was out there. If we did, the world would have seen it.”

Lamar declined to criticize the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, which failed to produce the evidence despite being asked by his lead prosecutor to extract Internet history for June 16, 2008, the day Caylee disappeared. The Local 6 revelations prompted Lamar to seek a discussion with Orange County sheriff Jerry Demings, but that has yet to take place.

Lamar defended his office’s handling of the case.

“We did our job. We put the evidence on that we were given,” he said, adding, “I know that the people who did their job were people of integrity and if we had it we would have used it and that's the bottom line.”

Asked if his office shared blame (because it did not ask for the browser records until less than two months before trial, and then was not very specific in its request), Lamar said: “The prosecution is not the computer expert set in this case. (We) asked for evidence which was probative of the case. We didn’t get a piece of probative evidence. My people are not computer experts.”

The sheriff’s computer examiner, Sandra Osborne, was introduced by the state as an expert in the trial. She is the investigator who was incapable of extracting the evidence, though a defense expert did so after the hard drive was turned over by the sheriff’s office to the defense.

“Every prosecutor wants good investigation and every prosecutor will prompt investigators, but I think that Linda Drane Burdick, who is a superb prosecutor, was absolutely blind to the absence of this material. If she'd had any clue as to its existence, she would have drilled down for it,” Lamar said.

Reminded that there was a clue -- that prosecutors knew since 2008 that Casey Anthony used a Mozilla Firefox browser that included a search in March 2008 for “how to make chloroform” – Lamar said, “I have no idea about that clue being available or not.”

Lamar leaves office in January after 24 years as state attorney and will be succeeded Ashton, who has named Burdick his top deputy. Demings, who was re-elected sheriff, continues through a spokesman to defend Osborne and the competence of his computer forensics section.

So, Lamar was asked by Local 6, "why should the public be confident anything will change in the future investigations?"

“I think this incident becomes instructive for all those persons who had their hands in the case … I would hope, lesson learned. As we go forward in life, we find out things as we go and I know that if Linda had known it, it would have been adduced in the courtroom.”

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Post by NiteSpinR on Thu Nov 29, 2012 10:57 pm

IMO this wouldn't have swayed the jury to find her guilty of Caylee's murder.
From what I understand BOZO knew the search existed and was surprised the Prosecutors didn't bring it up. Given the fact that her defense team had knowledge of it, my guess is they had devised a way to explain it away. Just like Cindy took responsibility for the Chloroform searches. The jury fell for that story...

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Post by Wrapitup on Fri Nov 30, 2012 7:58 am

Bozo would have said (as he stated in his infamous book that I will Never read) that they would have said GA made that search to kill himself. Yea, right. But no one other than TMLS had a MySpace acct and Lisa Bloom made it crystal clear that MS was activated right after looking up full proof suffocation,, misspelled. I was hoping Caylee did die by drowning as her "mother" was not watching her in the pool..on the phone or texting. but that was a pipe dream.

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Post by HippyChick2 on Fri Nov 30, 2012 11:25 am

Baez lies as much as Casey.
I too hope she died by drowning while Casey was on MS or texting, as we know she LOVED to do. In fact, that was my whole theory. :(
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Chatter surrounds her possibly living at Ocean Woods condominiums
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It’s on Twitter and Facebook. It’s the talk of bars, banks and housing communities.

But the latest rumor remains just that, and has left Brevard residents wondering: Has Casey Anthony come to Cape Canaveral?

The rumors seem to have sprung up as early as Nov. 23, prompting long comment strings on Facebook debating Anthony’s trial verdict and alongside seemingly distraught comments including, “I don’t think she’ll last a week,” and “Hide yo kids!!!!”

Anthony was arrested in 2008 and charged in the death of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee. She was acquitted of murder in summer 2011 after a trial in Orlando and verdict that drew intense media attention.

According to media reports in September, Anthony had moved out of state. Her attorney could not be reached Friday.

The chatter that she moved to Cape Canaveral seems to center on her living at Ocean Woods condominiums, where residents said they’ve heard the same thing but hadn’t seen the near-celebrity.

One woman said: “I hope it’s not true, because it’d be a circus up here.”

Another resident said he’d heard that Anthony moved to Cape Canaveral because it was close to The Green Room Café in Cocoa Beach, one of two Central Florida shops that sells an organic beer Anthony allegedly likes.

Green Room owner Debbie Wright said one customer reported an Anthony sighting weeks ago, but stressed that it was only one report and that Wright wasn’t there at the time. As for the rumor Anthony is coming in for organic beer?

“She’s not drinking much if that’s true,” Wright said with a laugh.

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I had already heard this rumor from some friends of mine. In fact, many friends have said this. I know exactly where Ocean Woods is. It is across the street where a friend of mine bartends at a Mexican Restaurant/Bar. Ocean Woods is a very nice place and the condo's are all individually owned. I also know of the Green Bar. I know this area like the back of my hand and will be moving there come Feb. I do not doubt this as Cape Canaveral is the closest beach to Orlando. It's a hop, skip and a jump to her parents home as I did this in January when I was down there. If she is in that area, she Will be spotted.

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Post by raine1953 on Fri Nov 30, 2012 11:43 pm

That will be interesting Wrap, especially if your friends there any *sightings* in the next few weeks!
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Post by Wrapitup on Fri Nov 30, 2012 11:49 pm

I did not want to say anything cause it was rumor but now Florida Today is reporting it. Just my luck I w/be in Publix or Winn Dixie or the local hangout and in she w/walk. Get back, Bitch!!! kick

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Post by raine1953 on Fri Nov 30, 2012 11:56 pm

I hope you are! And at the very least a couple of kick happens. But, if you do that for sure you'll be in huge waste !
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Post by Wrapitup on Sat Dec 01, 2012 12:02 am

Honestly, I wouldn't give a damn if I went to the clink for kicking her ass. I am not kidding. I know I would have the best damned attorney and would be all over the media and that is the ONLY reason I would not touch her w/a 100 ft pole cause I don't ever want to be in the media or even close to it. However, I have many friends who would kick her ass in a heartbeat. I could spot that MLS from a mile away.

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Post by Guest on Sat Dec 01, 2012 8:51 am

I wonder how she is paying for a condo? I loved reading that everyone there is watching for her. Karma can be so sweet some times.
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Post by Wrapitup on Sat Dec 01, 2012 10:25 am

I talked to Dave, my friend that works directly across the street from Ocean Woods. He said they are all watching out for her like hawks. You can sit at La Cantina (where he works) and see peeps driving or walking in and out of Ocean Woods. It has a secured gate and a private entrance to the ocean. There is another entrance in the back. I would bet the media is all over this. I KNOW if she is there, the peeps in Canaveral Will spot her. I don't care how she attempts to disguise herself.

I cannot wait to get back there and do some sleuthing. LOL.

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Just got back from an afternoon jog.....pretty sure I just saw Casey Anthony in #ocean woods #cape canaveral .....nk

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