Analysts What Anthony

July 7, 2011 by staff 

Analysts What AnthonyAnalysts What Anthony, The American public is reacting to what many say was a surprising verdict in the trial Casey Anthony. However, less than two days after being found guilty of murdering her two-year-old daughter,anlysts believe Anthony might well be the way to a book and film deal worth millions.
Although Anthony was acquitted of murder, the jury convicted on four misdemeanor charges of lying to police investigators. He will be sentenced on Thursday morning at the courthouse in Orange County, but some legal experts that it will probably go home with time served since he is in jail for three years now.

Legalanlysts say that Anthony will be signing an agreement early next week but is still in jail.

If Anthony gets the maximum penalty is four years in prison for lying to police, but not the bar to make offers of books, movies or television.

You can also make money with your story, even if you are on probation, court officials said.

Linda Konner, an agent of the City of New York literary has worked deals for actors, singers and legislators, told reporters Wednesday that “impossible” to wait for Anthony to get an advance and between 750,000 and 1 million for he and her memoirs.

Moreover, said Anthony could receive a cut of book sales. If a TV studio or film acquires the rights to it, which would benefit even more, accord to the interview.

However, some wonder if Anthony can walk the streets of Orlando safely say that she will have to go underground for a period of time due to public outcry.

“Casey did not murder Caylee. It’s that simple,” said defense attorney Jose Baez outside the courtroom after the verdict was read.

“While we are pleased to Casey, there are no winners in this case. I hope you have time to mourn and to grow and get her life together.”

While public protests are organized and outraged citizens comment on social networking sites on the verdict is still a great interest of the principal means of getting an exclusive interview with Anthony.

However, shortly after the verdict was announced Tuesday afternoon, Facebook revealed thousands who posted ads on the boycott of potential advertisers and any show with Anthony.

However, reports that the book publishers in New York are in a bidding war to land, they say all the books of Anthony. The price is up to 3 million, according to ABC News.

Publishing agents also told ABC News that Anthony could make more than 750,000 and an agreement for a book just a month after being released from prison. It is likely that producers of television and film scores also compete for the rights to her life story.

“I am appalled by this case and the verdict,” Lowell said Jenkins, a resident of Mobile, Alabama, who has been following the case.

“It’s horrible that this precious little girl is gone. A book, however, is likely to answer some nagging questions we all have about Casey and what makes your brand. I mean it works that way if your daughter is dead? ”

Many wonder how Anthony could make money with the tragic history and the death of her son two years, but Dr. Paul Mattiuzzi, a psychologist who specializes in the field of criminal forensic psychology, said the public is infinitely fascinated with the murder and that goes far beyond the practice.

He said that even those under scrutiny by the murder of maintaining the public’s attention because people want to know what motivates their behavior and what goes through the mind of the alleged murderers.

“When in the news, you may recoil in shock and horror, but murder is often a source of entertainment,” said Mattiuzzi.

“We wonder why people kill and are intrigued by the way it carries out the action.”

He said that the crime of murder is a taboo and more important, perhaps, a fundamental human impulse.

In the book of Genesis, Adam and Eve, original sin is quickly followed by the original crime: Cain killing his brother Abel. In Exodus, the law is dictated by God in the Ten Commandments, “Thou shalt not kill.”

However, Mattiuzzi said, people also naturally intrigued by the infinite number of shapes may be the crime, or even an accidental death is covered.

If Anthony does not sell her story is almost certainly have to talk about what happened to Caylee, said defense attorney Jeff Brown in a recent interview.

“If she is willing to talk about the incident, make a fortune,” said Brown.

“I do not know how anyone could make a book or a movie without the answer to those questions. B? Ez said he was drowned, but no one else. You know the question has to be part of the interview. People aren ‘t half a million will pay for the interview to have the game say you cannot talk about the case.

Anthony wrote a letter to a friend not long ago while in prison in Florida said he dreamed of writing a book. She described him as a “partial memory / comedy / relationship advice book for those who do not know.”

He said it would be a way to solve a lot of talk and share knowledge about love, life and God.

Public records show Anthony has already bought more than 20 pens in the jail commissary.

Although Anthony is one of the most hated women in history, a book about her life, probably would sell well and, according to Konner.

The rule is not universal, but judges usually try to prevent people from profiting from their own mistakes.

Anthony would not be the first to make money from her alleged crimes and high profile cases.

The book “Small Sacrifices: A True Story of Passion and Murder” sold millions. It’s the shocking story of Ann Rule on the destructive forces that led to Diane Downs, a beautiful young woman to shoot her three children in cold blood.

More than six weeks on the bestseller list New York Times was the book “Top Mafia Hitman. Dedicated family man. Loving Father,” which sold millions.

For thirty years, Richard “The Iceman” Kuklinski led a double life scandal, becoming the most famous professional murderer in American history.

“The most evil women in history” is a book about the lives and careers of fifteen women whose crimes were recorded.

“The Night Stalker: The Life and Crimes of Richard Ramirez,” sold millions. It told the story of most feared serial murderer in the U.S., based on sixty hours of interviews with Richard Ramirez himself.

Anthony who is a big question lies in the public mind. Analysts say she cannot return to her family home in Orlando, where most think it is not welcome.

Through her lawyer, Mark Lippman, George, Cindy and Lee Anthony issued a statement after the jury announced the verdict, saying that “Although the family never knows what happened to Caylee Marie Anthony, who now have to close this chapter of her life. It now begins the long process of rebuilding their lives. ”

In the statement, Anthony pleaded with the audience saying, “Above all, we hope that people remember through all this there was a girl who lost her life.”

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