Casey Anthony Released
July 14, 2011 by USA Post
Casey Anthony Released, Speculation continued on Wednesday that Casey Anthony would stay in Texas after her release from prison in Florida waiting Sunday. The Huffington Post online news organization reported that a source close to the Anthony family, said the Anthonys has made plans to stay with an aunt in Texas.
Casey Anthony was acquitted last week, accused of killing her 2-year-old daughter Caylee in 2008. Anthony was found guilty of four counts of lying to law enforcement officials. She must be freed from prison on Sunday.
Speaking of Casey Anthony went to Houston has been around since the trial concluded. A “Casey Anthony Keep out of Houston,” Facebook page has already been created.
However, Florida officials have confirmed nothing about the plans for release. Anthony’s legal team has said she is the subject of death threats and that security is likely to be tight wherever he goes.
There is another new connection to Texas Anthony.
Texas Equusearch, the private group that carried out several searches for Caylee in 2008, filed a lawsuit against Anthony on Tuesday, trying to recover the cost of their searches. The lawsuit says Anthony made false statements to the group’s founder, making extensive searches, costly and time consuming to Caylee.
Defense Anthony said Caylee drowned in the family pool and her father, a former police officer, helped to cover it. Fiesta de Antonio and stores during the month before her daughter was reported missing was caused in part by the sexual abuse of her father, her lawyers said.
In another legal things, a Florida lawyer filed an emergency motion Wednesday seeking to require that Casey Anthony a deposition in a civil suit brought by a woman who is her claim for defamation.
The motion asks Anthony to attend a statement Tuesday or sometime before her scheduled release from prison on Sunday.
The move stems from a 2008 suit filed by Zenaida Gonzalez, who claims incurred by the public ridicule after Anthony initially told investigators that a woman with the same name kidnapped Caylee.
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