Casey Anthony Released From Jail
July 18, 2011 by staff
Casey Anthony Released From Jail, If it is not scary enough to face life behind bars, Casey Anthony is now facing life without armed guards to keep her safe. After the trial of the decade, Anthony was acquitted of killing her 2-year-old daughter Caylee and just finished serving four years in prison for lying to police. Anthony was released on Sunday and is embarking on a new life, full of demands and threats of death As Anthony out of jail safety is certainly in question, just last week a woman like a stranger attacked Anthony.
According to Yahoo News, Anthony’s legal team said on Friday received a death threat via email. It seems clear that many people around the country were outraged by the verdict in the case of Anthony evident through formal protests and outrage from the media. As Anthony was released from prison on Sunday, people were heard shouting “baby murderer” and “You Suck”.
Anthony is now facing the harsh reality of criminal history, no job, divorced parents, fines and lawsuits pending. Not to mention a lot of people around the country who believe that this woman gets away with it, and have threatened to take action that they feel the justice system did not.
According to Yahoo News, Anthony has a number of different demands. A Texas group that helped search for Caylee during the alleged disappearance of Anthony is being sued for hundreds of thousands of dollars spent on the search for the girl. Prosecutors alike are seeking compensation for the cost of its investigation into the disappearance of Caylee.
Zenaida Gonzalez is also suing Anthony for defamation. Gonzalez contends that he has been harassed and unable to find a nanny named Gonzalez kidnapped work after alleged Caylee Anthony.
According to The Huffington Post, Anthony could avoid all potential liabilities from lawsuits by filing for bankruptcy. Marti Mackenzie, an expert in media relations who specializes in legal cases, considers it important for Anthony to make any public statement soon.
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