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Normal Judge OKs $25K Casey Anthony life story settlement. Anthony's life story won't be sold as part of bankruptcy dispute

Post by Wrapitup on Thu Aug 01, 2013 10:58 am

Published On: Aug 01 2013 10:53:38 AM EDT Updated On: Aug 01 2013 11:36:35 AM EDT

TAMPA, Fla. -
A federal judge has approved a $25,000 deal between Casey Anthony and her bankruptcy trustees to avoid selling the rights to her life story.

Anthony agreed to pay the trustee $25,000 last month to keep her story from being sold as an asset in her bankruptcy dispute. The judge approved the settlement on Wednesday.

Anthony, who was acquitted of killing her 2-year-old daughter Caylee in July 2011, owes about $792,000 owed to several dozen creditors. She filed for bankruptcy protection in January 2013.

The trustee presented a motion in April trying to receive permission to set up a potential auction for Anthony's life story.

Anthony will now be able to sell the rights to her life story at a later time if she chooses. It's unclear how Anthony will pay the $25,000, since she has told the bankruptcy court she is nearly broke.

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Post by raine1953 on Thu Aug 01, 2013 11:06 am

Has the judge told her that the other creditors for sure they cannot sue her?????
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Post by Wrapitup on Thu Aug 01, 2013 11:54 am

No clue but will find out later....

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Post by raine1953 on Thu Aug 01, 2013 12:16 pm

Thank you!
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Post by NiteSpinR on Thu Aug 01, 2013 12:55 pm

Maybe momma and dadda anthony helped raise the 25,000 selling Caylee's things off in all their little garage sales. They've sold away so much of that sweet little lost soul they'll have nothing left but memories. Bet their counting on Casey replacing her someday with a sparkly new grand baby.
Lee must surely be wondering if they would have done for him all that they've done for
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Post by raine1953 on Thu Aug 01, 2013 1:05 pm

Again Nite, you rock 
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Post by Nama on Thu Aug 01, 2013 9:59 pm

Absolute BS!

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Post by Wrapitup on Fri Aug 02, 2013 10:57 am

Am SO Frustrated as it's all over the news but they keep saying the same thing!!

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Post by Wrapitup on Sat Aug 03, 2013 2:15 am

Casey Anthony has agreed to pay $25,000 to her bankruptcy estate to avoid having to sell her life story.

A judge in her bankruptcy case in Tampa approved the agreement between Anthony and her bankruptcy trustee in court papers made public Wednesday.

The trustee had considered the possibility of selling Anthony's life story to help pay off her debts to creditors. Anthony had opposed the idea, and her lawyers had argued that it would give the purchaser of the rights control over Anthony for the rest of her life.

Anthony was acquitted two years ago of murder, manslaughter and child abuse charges in the death of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, in Orlando. She has kept a low profile since.BS BS BS BS If a 'low profile' means residing in Cape Canaveral and walking her dog w/a blond wig and some idiot guy...going to the Sandbar and the bank...alrighty then.

Papers filed in bankruptcy court said the compromise was reached to avoid protracted litigation over whether the trustee could legally force Anthony to sell her memoirs.

The proposal to sell the rights to Anthony's life story was "novel," and lawyers for both sides were unable to find any precedents in case law, according to the court documents.

"The parties also acknowledge that each side has made plausible arguments and that each bears some risk of losing the legal questions raised by the trustee's motion," the documents said.

Anthony filed for bankruptcy in Florida in late January, claiming about $1,000 in assets and $792,000 in liabilities. Court papers list Anthony with no recent income.

During a meeting with creditors in her bankruptcy case earlier this year, Anthony said she was unemployed and hasn't received any money to tell her story. She said she was living with friends and that they — and strangers who send her gift cards and cash — help her survive.BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS

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Post by HippyChick2 on Sat Aug 03, 2013 8:57 pm

Yeah, fat men in their 30's who still live in their mother's basement, that's who is sending her money orders and cash.

And I would not buy her book if it was the last book on earth. WTF does she think she is- we couldn't care less about her "life story". I can sum it up for her- Casey, yer f\'d up!!
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Post by raine1953 on Sat Aug 03, 2013 9:05 pm

agreed 
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Post by Wrapitup on Thu Sep 12, 2013 2:33 pm

Casey Anthony deposition set for October, can't plead Fifth karma karma karma 

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Latest on Casey Anthony's Civil Case
ORLANDO --
Casey Anthony is scheduled to give a deposition next month in her ongoing civil case, but this time, attorneys say she will have to talk. This will be good!! Break out the popcorn!!
Attorney Matt Morgan, who is representing Zenaida Gonzalez, said Anthony will not be permitted to plead the Fifth, as she has done in the past.
Gonzalez is suing Casey Anthony for defamation, saying her life was ruined when Casey told detectives her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, was kidnapped by a nanny named Zenaida Gonzalez in 2008. She later admitted to lying, and there was no such nanny.

Caylee Anthony was found dead six months after she was last seen alive. Casey Anthony was acquitted of her daughter's murder in 2011, but she faces ongoing civil cases against several parties, including Gonzalez and the search group Texas EquuSearch. And Kronk, IIRC.

This is a developing story. Check back and refresh this article for the latest updates.

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Am sure Cindy is 'schooling' her how to lie..not that she needs any coaching....would LOVE to see TLMS  and STABBY  in the same cell and see who kills who first.. LOLOL..

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Post by samgoodwin on Thu Sep 12, 2013 6:44 pm

LOL @ all the comments above. Too funny.
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Post by Wrapitup on Thu Sep 12, 2013 11:58 pm

Can't WAIT for this although there w/be no cameras in the courtroom. Would pay to watch her talk her shit on the stand!!

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Post by Wrapitup on Tue Sep 17, 2013 12:08 pm

Casey Anthony: Lawyer will likely fight having her deposed

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]'s bankruptcy case was back in court Tuesday, when a judge set a key date in her ongoing legal struggle with two people suing her for defamation.

It's still not clear whether Anthony will be required to answer questions at a deposition set for next month. But her attorney signaled he'll likely fight to keep Anthony from being questioned by one of the people suing her: Zenaida Gonzalez.
Matt Morgan, an attorney for Gonzalez, recently told media outlets Anthony is scheduled for an Oct. 9 deposition. There, she would be forced to answer questions about her daughter's death, Morgan said.


However, at Tuesday's hearing, Anthony's bankruptcy attorney David Schrader made clear his side doesn't agree to that date.
Schrader told U.S. Bankruptcy Judge K. Rodney May that he plans to file motions to dismiss federal complaints filed against his client by Gonzalez and Roy Kronk.

In light of those coming motions, a deposition of Anthony "at this point in time is improper," Schrader said.
May didn't delay the deposition, but invited Schrader to file a motion for a protective order blocking the deposition.
The judge also set a date to hear the motions to dismiss: Nov. 5. May indicated he hopes to rule on the motions on that date.
Kronk and Gonzalez filed complaints in July, arguing their lawsuits should survive Anthony's bankruptcy because she was "malicious" in damaging their reputations.
Anthony, 27, has been in hiding since her 2011 trial in the death of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee. She was found not guilty of murder, convicted only on four misdemeanors, two of which were reversed on appeal.
Anthony filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in January.
Gonzalez sued after Anthony said a similarly named nanny had kidnapped Caylee in 2008. Authorities determined the nanny didn't exist and the girl was dead, but not before Gonzalez was linked to the case.
Kronk alleges that Anthony's criminal-defense lawyers made false statements implicating him in Caylee's death.



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Normal Breaking ~ Casey Anthony settles with Texas Equusearch ~ Anthony to pay group $75,000.

Post by Wrapitup on Mon Oct 21, 2013 12:21 pm

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TAMPA, Fla. —Casey Anthony has settled with a company involved in her bankruptcy case in Tampa.

CASEY ANTHONY HEARING COULD DETERMINE FINANCIAL FUTURE

A bankruptcy hearing is scheduled in Tampa for Casey Anthony on Wednesday.


Casey Anthony and her parents will not be called in for questioning, according to an email from attorney Peter Russin.

Anthony will pay the search-and-rescue group Texas Equusearch $75,000. The group helped search for her daughter, Caylee Anthony, in 2008.

The company said it spent more than $100,000 when it searched for Caylee, even though Casey Anthony knew her daughter was dead, according to documents.

As part of the settlement, the search group won't be entitled to any other claims and won't be able to have any further dealings in her bankruptcy case.

Anthony was acquitted of murdering her 2-year-old daughter in 2011.

Two other parties have complaints pending in Anthony's bankruptcy case.

Both Zenaida Gonzalez and Roy Kronk claim they were defamed by Anthony.

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Post by Wrapitup on Mon Oct 21, 2013 12:27 pm

Casey Anthony settles with Texas EquuSearch
Search group says it spent $100K looking for 2-year-old Caylee in 2008.

By Jeff Weiner, Orlando Sentinel
11:56 a.m. EDT, October 21, 2013

Casey Anthony is a step closer to a financial clean slate after her bankruptcy lawyers reached a settlement with Texas EquuSearch, the search-and-recovery group that scoured Central Florida for her daughter in 2008.

EquuSearch was one of three Anthony creditors who filed federal complaints objecting to her Chapter 7 bankruptcy. The search group says it spent more than $100,000 searching for 2-year-old Caylee, who Anthony already knew was dead.

In a settlement filed Friday, EquuSearch agrees to drop its complaint. Anthony agrees to allow EquuSearch to claim $75,000 as a creditor.

However, it appears unlikely EquuSearch will get much, if any, of that money. EquuSearch attorney Marc Wites acknowledged Monday that Chapter 7 creditors "usually receive very little money, if anything."

The group may get a portion of whatever Anthony's bankruptcy trustee can find in her estate, but the rest of the $75,000 debt is now set to be wiped away when her bankruptcy concludes.

Anthony's January bankruptcy filing listed more than $792,000 in debt, and less than $1,100 in assets. The settlement does not require Anthony to admit liability.

In a press release, EquuSearch said the decision to settle came "after considerable thought."

"While many have debated whether Casey Anthony will ever financially profit from Caylee's death, one thing is certain; the time and money that [EquuSearch] must spend to pursue these claims are being taken from other families that really need their help," said EquuSearch lawyers Wites & Kapetan, P.A. and Meland Russin & Budwick, P.A.

Two other Anthony creditors, Zenaida Gonzalez and Roy Kronk, have complaints pending against her in federal court. A judge is scheduled to hear motions to dismiss those complaints next month.

Anthony was found not guilty of murder in her daughter's death at trial in 2011. She has been living in hiding ever since.

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Check out the comments at the above link. What a Murdering, Lying POS she is!! And, she keeps getting away with it! She makes me Sick!

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Post by Nama on Sun Nov 10, 2013 11:35 am

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 our sister station WKMG 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.

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.

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."

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That creepy Baez knew along Casey was guilty! How does he look at himself in the mirror or sleep at night? Wishing him nightmare's about Caylee's murder for the rest of his pathetic life!

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It's very sad that he knew she was guilty and yet he and Mason worked so hard to let her get a way with murder. They helped let TLMS walk... shameless miscarriage of Justice when everyone knew she was guilty except that miserable excuse of a Jury.

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Casey Anthony shocked the nation when she walked away from charges that she killed her young daughter Caylee, but the man who helped the Florida mom at trial said it was a carefully crafted plan that got her acquitted.

Richard Gabriel is one of the foremost trial consultants in the nation, working on high profile cases like O.J. Simpson and Phil Spector. His job is to work with defense teams to find out what the weak points might be at trial and what it would take for juries to vote for acquittal.

In his new book, Acquittal, Gabriel explains how he took the media firestorm surrounding Casey Anthony and actually used it to her advantage.

Gabriel said he realized early that there was little anyone could do to temper the hatred that much of America felt for Anthony. But given the intense feelings toward her, Gabriel thought “we may be able to harness the hysteria and use it to our advantage” by taking the sheer volume of tabloid information and making it difficult for jurors to tell what was real and what was sensationalized.

In a review of Acquittal, the New York Post notes that at first Gabriel didn’t understand just how deeply hatred for Casey Anthony ran among Americans.

“I have never run across a stronger or more palpable anger than I encountered in this case,” he writes. “There is frustration anger and there is betrayal anger. This was an anger born of deep hurt. It was personal.”

Gabriel recommended that lawyers try to have the case dismissed, believing that the media coverage had ruined Anthony’s changes of a fair trial. When that failed, he suggested that lawyers try to move the case out of her hometown of Orlando. That failed as well, but a judge did decide that a jury would be sent in from an undisclosed Florida city.

With the details of the trial set, Gabriel set up a mock jury to understand the strongest aspects of the prosecution’s case. Through that mock trial, the defense learned that jurors were wary of the prosecution’s lack of DNA evidence and the air sampling taken from Anthony’s trunk, where her daughter’s body was kept.

All 12 jurors initially believed Casey Anthony was guilty, but at the end of the mock trial only three said they would convict her.

Using this information, the defense team presented a case that Caylee Anthony died of an accidental drowning and that Casey tried to cover it up.

Though she was acquitted, Casey Anthony remains despised by a vast majority of Americans. Polls have consistently found her to be the most hated people in the country, and she continues to make headlines, like a sale last year of some of her memorabilia.

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Wrapitup wrote:Polls have consistently found her to be the most hated people in the country, and she continues to make headlines, like a sale last year of some of her memorabilia.
I'm assuming this is referencing the stuff that Cindy and George sold off in those garage sales.

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Post by samgoodwin on Thu Jul 03, 2014 1:18 pm

Hi all! Article here on "what her life is like now" - not too much new, but the comments after the article are hilarious!  rocking smile Especially the new line of Mother's Day cards they imagine her making. (There's also a video at the link.)

What life is like for Casey Anthony
(CNN) -- It was three years ago that people across the nation and around the world held their breath.
After a two-month trial, the jury in the Casey Anthony murder trial announced they had arrived at a verdict.
Anthony was found not guilty of first-degree murder and the other most serious charges against her in the 2008 death of her 2-year-old daughter.
Photos: Casey Anthony on trial

Casey Anthony, pictured with Cheney Mason last summer, lives in an undisclosed location in Florida.
The nation was first introduced to Casey Anthony in July 2008. The country fell in love with her precious daughter, Caylee, who had gone missing in Orlando, Florida.
A massive missing persons search for the little girl ensued.
Police were suspicious of what Anthony, then 22, was telling them. She lied about her nanny taking the child. She lied about working at Universal Studios.
Anthony suddenly became the most hated woman in America.
On July 16, 2008, Anthony was arrested on suspicion of child neglect. Her attorney was an unknown Florida lawyer named Jose Baez. A Florida grand jury indicted Anthony on capital murder charges October 14, 2008. A utility worker found Caylee's skeletal remains in a wooded area near the Anthony home in December 2008, and several months later, prosecutors announced they would seek the death penalty.
Florida v. Casey Anthony: A look back at evidence and testimony
Watching in the wings was another Florida lawyer, Cheney Mason. A former president of the Florida Association of Criminal Lawyers, Mason, who just that year had been selected by Florida Monthly magazine as one of Florida's top lawyers, was disgusted with the local media coverage about the relatively inexperienced Baez.

Caylee Anthony was last seen alive in June 2008.
"I was offended by it. I was offended by the fact that he wasn't being treated fairly. I didn't know Baez. I had never met him," Mason said.
Baez started asking Mason, a Florida death penalty qualified attorney, for advice. That propelled Mason to want to meet Anthony. He remembers going to the Orange County jail to introduce himself.
"They brought her to the room, and I have to tell you I was really surprised to see how small she is ... how tiny she is. I stood looking at a child herself. I said this can't be," he said.
I sat down with Mason exclusively to talk with him about his new book, "Justice in America." In it, he insists that the jury got it right, and the rest of the country had it wrong.
"Could she look you in the eye?" I asked.
"Oh yes," Mason responded, describing her demeanor as quiet, afraid and unsure.
After that meeting, with Anthony's approval, Mason decided to join the team pro bono. He said the unpaid time he spent on the case "was well over a million dollars" and cost him tens of thousands of dollars out-of-pocket.
Mason said in the years before trial, he normally met with Anthony in a lunch room at the jail. The jail would clear everyone out before Anthony came in. A stationary video camera in the room was positioned on their conversations, so he and Anthony would cover their mouths and speak in low tones to each other, Mason said.
Lawyer: Casey effectively still in prison A look back at the Casey Anthony story
Shortly before jury selection was to begin, Mason got word that Anthony's handwritten letters describing sexual abuse at the hands of her father were going to be made public under Florida's open records law.
He believed it was only right that Anthony's parents, George and Cindy, were warned. He called them to his office late on a Friday afternoon.
"We had them one at a time come into my personal office and made the announcement: 'Monday's going to be a bad day for you George. I felt man to man I would tell you in advance.""
Mason said George Anthony's reaction was "basically none." "He looked at me ... I turned sideways a little bit, he clapped his hands down on his thighs -- let out a big sigh but didn't say anything," Mason said.
"He never admitted doing anything," Mason said. "All we had were the letters and (separately) the statements Casey had made to the psychiatrist."
Next it was Cindy Anthony's turn. "We called Mom in, Cindy, and told her and she immediately welled up with emotion, cried, was very upset," Mason said.
Once a jury was selected it was time for the evidentiary portion of the trial. Baez gave the opening statements. In the midst of telling the jury what the evidence would show, he delivered a bombshell that turned the case on its head by telling the jury that his client was a victim of sexual abuse by her father.
The country was stunned and so was Mason, who was sitting next to Anthony in the courtroom.
"I didn't know that he was going to say that. We had talked about all aspects of it, and I did not know. I don't know if anybody knew that he was going to say that other than himself," Mason recalled.
I asked Mason if he was concerned the defense would not be able to establish this with evidence as promised during the opening statement. Mason said he was.
"Yes, I was concerned about that because I knew we didn't have the ability to prove that unless George got on the stand and confessed," he said.
The prosecution responded by making George Anthony its first witness. The first question Assistant State Attorney Jeff Ashton asked him was whether he had sexually abused his daughter. George Anthony responded with a definitive no.
The trial went on for weeks. Witness after witness took the stand for the prosecution in the largely circumstantial case. They finally rested their case on June 15, 2011. Then it was the defense's turn.
Anthony's defense attorneys maintained that Caylee was not murdered at all. They said the child drowned in the Anthony's above-ground pool, and that Casey Anthony and her father panicked upon finding her there and covered up the death. George Anthony denied that in his testimony.
Casey Anthony: 'I didn't kill my daughter'
In the midst of the defense case, Mason described how out-of-court conversations with the prosecution suddenly turned to possible plea discussions. Anthony was approached with the possibility.
"Casey got very angry about that. She got very angry to hear talk about it. She didn't want to hear it." Mason said. "Casey would fight it 'til her last breath. She didn't kill her daughter."
Mason said he believes it took a lot of courage and strength for Anthony to end any talk of a plea agreement. She knew what was at stake in this death penalty trial.
So, plea discussions were stopped in their tracks, Mason said, and the trial went on.
Then, on July 5, 2011, after deliberating for 10 hours, jurors announced they had reached a verdict.
"She was holding her breath like a deep sea diver, waiting as we all were," Mason said.
Anthony was acquitted by the 12-person jury on the most serious charges, including first-degree murder, aggravated child abuse and aggravated manslaughter of a child. But the jury convicted her on four misdemeanors of providing false information to law enforcement officers.
Anthony now lives in an undisclosed location in Florida and doesn't go out of the home she is living in because of the public hate and continued threats to her life, Mason said.
"She has to live constantly on guard. She can't go out in public," Mason said.
By her own choice, she works inside the home, Mason said, and is living as "a housekeeper, clerk, secretary and stuff like that."
"I think Casey has a lot of world left to have to deal with. She hasn't been freed from her incarceration yet 'cause she can't go out. She can't go to a beauty parlor, she can't go shopping to a department store, she can't go to a restaurant, she can't even go to McDonald's. She can't do anything," he said.
Mason and his wife, Shirley, have continued a relationship with Anthony. Now three years after being acquitted, Mason said Anthony still distrusts the outside world.
"Casey is aloof," Mason said. "She is kind of, I think, afraid of people ... she's not real close to. We've had a couple of occasions to have social gatherings that can include her -- close friends, the (legal) team. She still likes to back away from the middle."
2012: Anthony's 'video diary' surfaces
Anthony "does not have any blood family anymore," Mason said. The family she has is the residual of the defense team, Dorothy Clay Sims, Lisabeth Fryer and Mason's wife.
Mason said although there may have been a few conversations between Anthony and her mother in recent years, there is no relationship.
And as for a relationship with her father? "None," Mason said emphatically.
Shirley Mason has also gotten to know Anthony over the past three years.
"I'm a cross between a friend, a mother, but not a mother -- only someone who is older who has had experience in the world she has not had," she said.
Mason gives Anthony advice, but also listens to her when they talk.
"My hope for her is it gets better for her and the world or the people who have been so hateful can let that go and they can move on," she said.
Anthony "tries to make her life work," Shirley Mason said. She takes care of herself and stays physically fit by working out in the house.
"I do think she wants to speak out," Mason said. Anthony declined CNN's request for an interview.
"I have never asked her that, but I know she has very strong feelings for what has happened to her. I also know she's very saddened by her loss and she will never forget her daughter Caylee, ever."

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Anthony "does not have any blood family anymore," Mason said. The family she has is the residual of the defense team, Dorothy Clay Sims, Lisabeth Fryer and Mason's wife.
Mason said although there may have been a few conversations between Anthony and her mother in recent years, there is no relationship.
And as for a relationship with her father? "None," Mason said emphatically.

Bullshit! I know for a fact last year she was seeing her parents and they were paying her rent at Ocean Woods in Cape Canaveral.

Mason wants the public to have sympathy for this murderer. He's lying.

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Sam, those comments are Hilarious!!

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Wrapitup wrote:Anthony "does not have any blood family anymore," Mason said. The family she has is the residual of the defense team, Dorothy Clay Sims, Lisabeth Fryer and Mason's wife.
Mason said although there may have been a few conversations between Anthony and her mother in recent years, there is no relationship.
And as for a relationship with her father? "None," Mason said emphatically.

Bullshit! I know for a fact last year she was seeing her parents and they were paying her rent at Ocean Woods in Cape Canaveral.

Mason wants the public to have sympathy for this murderer. He's lying.

I thought that sounded off. Cindy and George are just dumb enough to welcome her back. They were great comments, weren't they? :)
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Post by Wrapitup on Fri Jul 04, 2014 2:17 pm

Yes they were. She's basically living in her own prison. One day as time passes she will get bolder w/her outings. I don't foresee her killing again (like Jodi Arias) but she will NEVER be able to be in society w/out watching her back.

I bet Cindy is livid that Mrs. Mason would make the comment that she (Mason) is "a cross between a friend and a mother" to her.

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Post by samgoodwin on Mon Jul 07, 2014 1:21 pm

More proof that Cheney Mason is a senile old man. He says we all owe Casey an apology.  faint 
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Casey Anthony became the 'most hated mother in America' during her two-month trial for the murder of two-year-old daughter, Caylee.

Now, defense attorney Cheney Mason, says that ‘the world owes an apology,’ to the young mother whom he has described as having ‘endured the unthinkable with the courage of a lion.’

It is three years since a Florida court acquitted Casey of the murder of toddler Caylee whose skeletal remains were found six months after she went missing in June 2008.  


Casey Anthony, who was found not guilty of murdering her daughter three years ago, is seen with Cheney Mason last summer, presumably taken at her home in an undisclosed location in Florida. Mason's new book 'Justice in America' has just been released



'Chainless imprisonment': Casey Anthony's attorney says that despite her acquittal for the murder of her two-year-old daughter Caylee, she's still serving a heavy sentence

Today, with the publication of ‘Justice in America,’ attorney Mr Mason provides an excoriating insight into Casey’s prosecution and mounts an impassioned defense of Casey with whom he and his wife, Shirley, have formed a close relationship.
In a forensic examination of the case, and the very notion of justice in America, he has slammed Anthony’s prosecution as ‘corrupt’; revealed how evidence was suppressed; claimed defense witnesses were intimidated and told of his ‘astonishment’ at Casey’s father, George’s testimony in court.
 
And he has revealed that, to this day, not only Casey lives ‘like a prisoner’ in an undisclosed location, afraid to go out and battling a bankruptcy case, but he, his wife, and other members of the defense team endure persistent and serious threats.

According to Mr Mason the FBI, Secret Service and American Postal Service have all been called to investigate such threats.

Meanwhile Casey lives in a shared house, somewhere in Florida, attempting to make some sort of living through clerical work from home.

Speaking to CNN last week Mr Mason revealed that Casey who accused her father of sexually molesting her, ‘does not have any blood family anymore.’

Instead he and his wife, Shirley, have become surrogate parents of sorts to Casey who was 22 when the case was first brought to national attention in July 2008.


No evidence: Mason says there was no forensic evidence linking Casey Anthony's car or her person to the death of her daughter

By then toddler Caylee had been missing for 31 days. Her mother Cindy and father George testified that Casey left the family house with her almost three-year-old daughter on 15 June.

On 30 June the family car, being used by Casey, was towed and when Cindy and George contacted their daughter she claimed she was on a mini-vacation in Jacksonville, Florida.
She subsequently claimed that she had left the child with a babysitter and returned to find both mysteriously gone. When Caylee’s disappearance was discovered Casey claimed to have mounted an investigation of her own.

On 15 July her mother Cindy made three 911 calls, reporting her granddaughter as missing and infamously stating in one, ‘I found my daughter’s car today and it smelt like there had been a damn body in the car.’

It was, according to Mr Mason, a statement never borne out by forensic evidence and yet, in spite of Casey’s ultimate acquittal that statement continues to be a defining moment in the minds of many who reacted with outrage at the not guilty verdict.


Insight: Despite being acquitted, Casey Anthony has not been forgiven the crime by the American public, who largely believe she got away with murder, says Mason in his new book

In a methodical survey of the trial and coverage Mr Mason has knocked down what he presents as prevailing myths that cling to the case and point to Casey’s ‘guilt’.

He has dismissed reports that Caylee’s head was bound in duct tape as a ‘distortion’ and untrue, pointed to the fact that no blood or incriminating stains were ever found in Casey’s car, or clothes and no toxic substances found on Caylee’s hair, or dirt similar to that of the discovery site found on Casey’s shoes or clothes.

Exactly where, and when, the body was found is, according to Mr Mason a key and contentious point. Caylee’s remains were finally, officially, found in December 2008.

In fact meter reader Ron Kronk first reported finding human remains there in August 2008. Breathtakingly, Mr Mason has pointed out, that the Sheriff’s office failed to follow up on the report at a time when the nation was gripped with the search for the toddler whom many hoped might still be alive.

The area had already been searched on multiple occasions and Mr Kronk’s report was dismissed. It was only his persistence and return to the site that led to law enforcement following through and the grim discovery being made official.

According to Mr Mason the fact that the exact location where Caylee was discovered had been searched on multiple occasions before Mr Kronk’s first report suggests that the body had not been missed – it just hadn’t been there.

He is clear in his assertion that the body had been placed there somewhere between the time of Casey’s arrest and its discovery. As Casey could not possibly have done this from her jail cell Mr. Mason points to this as proof of there having been another involved.

The prosecution suggested that the area had been under water when initially searched. When their expert witness, an hydrologist, did not corroborate this theory, Mr. Mason reveals, they simply did not call him. Mr. Kronk was not called either.

Similarly Mr. Mason points to the prosecution’s assertion that a software search programme had revealed that Casey had searched the word chloroform 84 times on her computer. Though the cause of death has never been established this was presented as damning evidence.

But the expert who had testified to this in court had also subsequently informed the prosecution that this was a mistake and that the data was wrong. In fact there was only one search.

The defense team asked for that testimony to be removed and the jury made aware of the mistake. The motion was denied by a court that, according to Mr. Mason, was prejudiced against Casey and caught up in the media circus that surrounded the trial from the start.


Vanished: When Caylee¿s disappearance was discovered, Casey claimed to have mounted an investigation of her own



Public condemnation: Mason says that because of the prosecution and unfair media coverage, many believe Casey Anthony murdered her child, despite her being acquitted by a jury

During the trial Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi went on television and asserted her belief in Casey’s guilt – conduct which Mr. Mason has slammed as ‘reprehensible, unethical and grossly unprofessional.’
In an amusing aside Mr. Mason has revealed how he attempted to weed out potentially bias jurors with a simple enquiry as to whether or not they watched HNL’s Nancy Grace. An admission to doing so was enough to guarantee exclusion from the jury.

On one occasion, Mr. Mason writes: ‘We noticed that Ms. Grace herself was in the courtroom …During a round of interviewing that was already going very well, I said to the prospective juror, “Ma’am, I realize that the question I’m about to ask you, and your answer, may prove to be very embarrassing to yourself; but remember, no one here knows your name, nor can they see your face, and I do need to know the answer.”’

Pausing for effect in the now silent courtroom Mr. Mason pressed on, ‘Ma’am, as hard as it might be to admit, do you watch Nancy Grace?”’

When the woman answered, ‘No’ to spontaneous laughter in the court Ms. Grace ‘stormed out slamming the door.’

But there were few moments of levity in the case that held the nation in thrall and exerts a powerful hold over the popular imagination to this day.
One of the most shocking days, for Mr. Mason, was the very opening of the trial when defense attorney Jose Baez set out Casey’s allegations that her father had abused her and the prosecution called George Anthony to the stand and asked him about the claims made in Mr. Baez’s opening statement.

George Anthony testified that he was ‘appalled’ by the allegations, which he claimed never to have heard before.

Two and a half years earlier when the jail letters containing the allegations first became known, Mr. Mason has no revealed that he called George Anthony into his office to inform him of them ‘man to man.’



Convoluted: Defense attorney Dorothy Clay Sims displays a crime scene photo during the 2011 trial. Mason says a man reported a body in the area where Caylee's body was found but police failed to follow it up



Most hated woman in America: Casey Anthony (pictured after being acquitted) and her defense team still receive threats, three years after she was found not guilty

To Mr. Mason’s great surprise Anthony did not react, at all.

He then called in Casey’s mother, Cindy, to tell her of her daughter’s claims. In a meeting which he has now described as ‘one of the most uncomfortable of my career,’ Mrs. Anthony wept openly at her daughter’s claims.

In what Mr. Mason refers to as a ‘parade of truth’ he points to the witness who took to the stand admitting a long-term affair with George Anthony and stating that ‘Caylee’s death was an accident that snowballed out of control.’

But Casey’s acquittal has had little impact on the public hostility which still burns fiercely and sees Casey living a life ‘in hiding’ to this day.

As an example of her ‘courage’ and innocence Mr. Mason points to the fact that the most vocal opponent of a plea deal, in a case in which conviction could mean the death penalty, was Casey herself.

After just 11 hours of deliberation the jury acquitted Casey of the murder charges and convicted her on four counts of lying to detectives.

Ultimately the court reversed two of the four counts but by then Casey had already served time for the wrongful convictions.

In January 2013 she filed for bankruptcy claiming about $1,100 in assets and $792,000 in liabilities.
Today she lives in an undisclosed location in Florida in what Mr. Mason describes as ‘her present chainless imprisonment.’

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Post by NiteSpinR on Mon Jul 07, 2014 1:42 pm

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]That old fart has lost his last marble if he really believes the world owes  TLMS apologies! Never going to freaken happen.

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Post by Wrapitup on Tue Jul 08, 2014 12:50 am

Mason failed to mention that the computer forensic experts only searched Firefox and NOT Internet Explorer (or was it the other way around??). Bottom line is: "Someone"  Sarcasm  logged in under Casey's password and searched "how to make chloroform" and "neck breaking" multiple times. Had this NOT been overlooked, I believe she would have been found Guilty of Murder 1.

At this point, I do believe that Caylee drowned. I believe that Casey put Caylee in the pool and was either texting/talking to or emailing her then boyfriend, Tony Lazarro, and others and paid no mind to Caylee. She probably forgot about her. Caylee drowned and Casey freaked out. She then put her in the trunk, duct taped her mouth to make it look like a murder of kidnapping or both and drove around w/her in the trunk. When Caylee started decomposing and the car was "smelling like a dead body" she dumped her in the woods. The tropical storm made it impossible to search that area as it was under water.

I believe the chloroform came from the pool.

I also believe that Baez and Mason made a deal w/Cindy and George that they would accuse George of helping hide the body and molesting her b/c the duh-fense felt it was their ONLY hope of Casey walking free. And remember, Cindy perjured herself on the stand by saying she is the one who was on the computer..not Casey. Her boss was flown in and testified that Cindy was at work that day.

It's all bs. I do not believe Casey doesn't talk to her parents. She MAY not talk to her brother but no way is she not in some form of contact w/her parents.

I also believe the Mason's are financially supporting Casey.

This is all conjecture and  my 2 cents 

Typing the above was NOT easy when describing what I think  TLMS  did to her daughter.

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Post by Wrapitup on Tue Jul 08, 2014 12:52 am

Oh, and HELL will freeze over before the public apologizes to this murdering, lying slut.

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Post by samgoodwin on Fri Jul 11, 2014 2:47 pm

Amen to that Wrap! I think your analysis is spot on! And, Nite, thanks for posting the whole article with pics.  you rock 
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Post by Wrapitup on Thu Aug 07, 2014 7:30 am

Posted on July 21st, 2014 by Jan Barrett

I am pretty sure that Casey Anthony told a judge at her bankruptcy hearing that there had been no dealings for a book telling her story. Now a man named Rick Namey is claiming that he was working with Anthony and her attorney, Cheney (Mr. Finger) Mason up until the day before she filed for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in January of 2013.

Namey, who happens to be a longtime friend of Mason, told RadarOnline.com in a tell-all interview that Mason had called him in to work with them (meaning Mason and Anthony) right after her acquittal verdict came through in June 2011. He says he was going to be Anthony’s ghostwriter. He has been sending Mason some free advice over emails and right after the verdict was announced Mason emailed him asking him to come in. Namey claims this is when Mason proposed him to be the ghost writer.

Namey doesn’t think the prosecution did a very good job proving Anthony was guilty without a doubt, but as time went by he realized he didn’t want to be associated with Anthony. “The bottom line is that I couldn’t believe in Casey’s innocence anymore and woke up one day and realized I was on the front line apologist,” Namey told RadarOnline. “In the beginning I signed on saying I didn’t want to write it if I didn’t believe in her not guilty status. And when O asked Cheney about it I got a very curious answer from him. When I asked whether or not he believed she was guilty he said, `I don’t care`.”

Namey said he just didn’t want to be associated with the person that is the most hated woman in America. He said he bailed out the deal and didn’t care how much money was involved in the deal.

Mason claims Anthony is innocent, but come on now what makes him think the world is going to believe what he says anyway. This is the man that was caught on camera flipping off the reporters after the trial was over. He is the one that claims he doesn’t care if she was guilty, he was still going to defend her.

Mason claims he thinks she has a lot of world left to have to deal with and she hasn’t been freed from her incarceration yet because she can’t go out. He said she can’t go to a beauty parlor, go shopping, or to a restaurant or even to McDonald’s. The poor girl just can’t go anywhere.    lol  ROFLMAO  ROFLMAO  ha ha 

Not once has Mason even considered the fact that little Caylee is the only real one that has suffered from all this. She is the one that lost her life. She is the one that will never be able to go to a beauty parlor, shopping, to a restaurant and not even to McDonald’s to get a Happy Meal that so many children love. Caylee is the innocent one here, not her Mom and Cheney Mason may not care if Casey is guilty or not but the people on this earth sure do care.

Rick Namey has been working on a new project now. He is no longer a ghostwriter, in fact he ended up writing his own book labeled as “Casey’s Ghost” and he also is pursuing action against Anthony’s alleged bankruptcy fraud.

Bankruptcy Fraud? Now that got my attention the minute I heard about this so called book deal that they had been working on. You can go here to read what Namey posted on the Chelsea Hoffman: Case to Case page on July 16, 2014
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Could this mean someone involved is in trouble now? I know lots of people that have followed this case are sure hoping so. Casey Anthony has gotten away with too many things that your average person would have never gotten away with. She has gotten more breaks than she deserves. I hope she doesn’t get away with this. If all this is true and I would believe this guy Namey over Mason any day and nothing is done to her about it, then I am sure the public will become outraged once again over her. She would be better off leaving this country because she will never be forgiven.

Demand justice for little Caylee Marie Anthony!!!!

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Post by NiteSpinR on Thu Aug 07, 2014 11:53 am

Not one bit of that surprises me. Mason has to re-coop his losses (money) somehow. I don't care how much he cares about TLMS he's a lawyer, bottom line is he wants to get paid one way or the other.
If it's true, he perjured himself to get TLMS out of compensating the people she drug into all of this with her lies, then he should be prosecuted and disbarred! IMO

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I could NOT agree more!!!!

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Casey Anthony was arguably the most famous woman in America in the summer of 2011, when the American public reacted with shock and outrage as she was acquitted of killing her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee. Now it appears she has returned to the lifestyle that made her reviled with the public.

In the three years that passed since her acquittal, Casey has tried to stay away from the spotlight, working in low-profile jobs as she struggles with the crushing financial difficulties associated with her trial. But sources suggest that she has been living a carefree lifestyle, partying and hanging out on the beach thanks to money sent by anonymous fans.

The public’s interest in Casey Anthony has not waned in the last three years. News outlets have reported on her sporadic sightings, including recent reports that she was in Siesta Key, Florida.

A local private eye and blogger, Bill Warner, claims that Casey has returned to her partying ways in the small outpost. Warner claimed that she was seen lounging on the beach and drinking in bars.

Warner wrote:

Casey Anthony supposed sighting in Morton’s Grocery Store Sarasota FL and rumors that she parties and frequents bars on Siesta Key within walking distance to her rental house, her Florida drivers license has expired.

A source explains that Casey Anthony is able to maintain her carefree lifestyle thanks to “a few benefactors” who are enamored with her and “pay for everything.”

But others close to Casey paint a different picture. Her lawyer, Cheney Mason, was quoted in a recent USA Today story saying she is living essentially as a hermit.

“… She hasn’t been freed from her incarceration yet ’cause she can’t go out,” he said, adding, “She can’t go to a beauty parlor, she can’t go shopping to a department store, she can’t go to a restaurant, she can’t even go to McDonald’s. She can’t do anything.”

Casey has also been cut out from her family, a source added. In court she had accused her father of molesting her, a claim he adamantly denied.

‘There’s always family drama,” says a source close to her parents, George and Cindy Anthony. “One day, they’re together. The next, they don’t speak.”

Casey Anthony may be trying to stay out the public’s eye, but others connected to her case are seeking out the spotlight. Her lawyer, Cheney Mason, recently published a book about the case and what he believes was the media’s unfair judgment. He said Casey will not benefit financially from the book.

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Post by HippyChick2 on Mon Aug 25, 2014 2:02 pm

Mason and Casey are cut from the same cloth.
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5/30/2015 1:00 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

Casey Anthony is ready to sing like a canary -- a well paid one -- because TMZ got video of the acquitted alleged child killer touching down in NYC, and she's about to do a big interview.

Casey flew into NYC late Thursday. Our photog had a strong feeling it was Casey, even though she denied it. But we figured out she's the real deal.

The white-haired gent by her side is a PR guy who was negotiating an interview with the networks right after her 2011 acquittal. As we reported, Casey wanted cash and some networks were wheeling and dealing, but all got cold feet in the end.

But now they're back and she's about to appear on TV for her first sit-down.  

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