Prosecutors overlooked a bombshell piece of evidence in the Casey Anthony case, Orlando’s WKMG claims. On the day of daughter Caylee’s death, someone did a computer search for “fool-proof suffication [sic]” and accessed an article that recommended using poison. Anthony lawyer Jose Baez was aware of the computer activity, and planned to say Casey’s father, George, was responsible for the searches because he was thinking of killing himself after Caylee accidentally drowned. But the Orange County Sheriff’s Office failed to give prosecutors the evidence, and WKMG’s investigation reveals Casey was most likely the one searching. Read more…
And so it begins, the frenzied media wars to get the first Casey Anthony television interview. The race to get Casey’s story is so brutal, in fact, that it involves lies, shady deals, cover-ups, and loads of speculation. But Casey’s totally used to all that.
One freelance TV producer Al Taylor already claimed he made a $1 million deal for the first interview. However, Jose Baez, Anthony’s lawyer, denied this claim — from his, eh em, NBC-funded hotel room in NYC, where he’s said to be holed up playing negotiator in the battle of the big TV networks, including NBC, ABC, and CBS, who all want that first interview.
Yep, all your favorite networks are competing to make Casey Anthony rich. While networks say they don’t pay for interviews, there is apparently a heap of money in offering to license photos and other material that can pay big bucks. Gross, right? This whole American way of making undeserved people rich in America is so disgusting, but it’s no one’s fault but our own. Read more… Keep reading »
On Sunday circa 3 a.m., Casey Anthony was released from jail, just a week and a half after being controversially acquitted for the murder of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee. As Casey walked out of the Orange County Jail in a hot pink polo shirt and got into a car, dozens of people watched, holding picket signs that ranged in messages from “Justice for Caylee” to “Casey, will you marry me?” From there, Casey boarded an airplane at the Orlando Executive Airport and was whisked away to an undisclosed location, where she will be monitored by a heavy duty security team.
So, what will Casey do next? Her lawyer Ann Finnell says Casey has two career choices in mind. Keep reading »
A week later, we are still in shock that Casey Anthony was found not guilty of murdering her daughter, Caylee, and is scheduled to be released this Sunday. Apparently, the rest of the country is in the same state. Juror number 12 in the case, a redheaded woman in her 60s, quit her part-time job at a Publix grocery store and has gone into hiding. Apparently, she received several death threats and was freaked out about the possibility of retaliation for the verdict. She told her husband on the way out the door, “I’d rather go to jail than sit on a jury like this again.”
Meanwhile, the police were called to settle a squabble between a group of Florida fisherman over the case. Keep reading »
When Casey Anthony
of murdering her two-year-old daughter Caylee
last week, the internet reacted in a multitude of ways. Outrage on Twitter! Video montages of Nancy Grace’s reaction! And now, hypothesizing that Casey would be Dexter Morgan’s next victim. Dexter, of course, is the serial killer protagonist of the hit
Showtime show of the same name, who manages to be a “good guy” because he kills killers. Dexter often delights in the justice system “failing,” per se, because that means he gets to take justice into his own hands — hence this video imagining what his reaction would be to Anthony’s acquittal. Assuming, of course, that Dexter would believe that she’s guilty — his version of proof of guilt is often different than what would convince a jury. Keep reading »