Where Is Casey Anthony
July 17, 2011 by staff
Where Is Casey Anthony, An angry crowd jeered the comments Casey Anthony left the door of the Orange County jail a free woman just after midnight Sunday, about three years and one day after he was arrested for the disappearance and death of Caylee, her two year old daughter.
She wore a pink shirt, jeans and sneakers with her hair in a bun as Jose Baez, Anthony’s attorney, was by her side along with a team of well-orchestrated response especially green vests.
It was confirmed that members of the Orange County Sheriff had two contingency plans in place, but ultimately opted to go with a public statement.
“We have done everything possible not to give any special treatment for her,” said Allen Moore, spokesman for the Department of Corrections Orange County in a statement.
“She has been treated like any other prisoner in her class of custody.”
As soon as the news spread through the prison grounds that Anthony was walking through the front door around 12:09 a.m., crowds of protesters ran to check out the group to walk quickly to a dark car parked at the gates jail.
They were shouting “murderer” and waving “boycott blood money” signs of the helicopters flew overhead press to film the scene intense.
Some protesters camped on the grounds of the prison all night just so they could see Anthony out of jail and shout their slogans, according to reports from the media.
Charles Greene, one of Anthony’s attorneys, the judge said Friday he had received seven threats against various Anthony the day of the acquittal, according to Reuters.
Another lawyer, Cheney Mason, said: “We are all aware and armed the morning.”
Anthony with her mouth a quick “thank you” to one of the deputies who rushed into a dark van parked outside the jail.
She had no emotion on her face.
Given the threats against her life by furious at the verdict of not guilty, the lawyers have not said where Anthony is going to go now, but the overhead helicopters tracked the motorcade from prison to downtown Orlando and in the parking lot of her attorney Cheney Mason’s office.
Speculations are arriving by the hundreds with some saying that Anthony was headed to an airport in Orlando near the prison.
Cameramen filmed walk from Antonio prison, but only three journalists were allowed inside the jail. The journalists were trying desperately to figure out where Anthony was heading, but the motorcade eluded the majority.
The secret details of her release came just 12 days after a jury acquitted her of charges of murder and neglect, which caused a national debate on the U.S. justice system.
Baez told the jury that Caylee had drowned in the family pool on June 16, 2008.
The unpopular verdict led to alleged threats and insults to Anthony and juries in recent days.
She was found guilty of four misdemeanor counts of lying to the police and sentenced to four years. Anthony was given credit for time served and time shaving her sentence for good behavior.
Legalanlysts say the six-week trial that attracted intense media propaganda only adds to the mystery of what happened to two years, Caylee Anthony. Questions about how Caylee died, and who was responsible, remains unanswered and are debatable almost every night on the news networks.
There are speculations about what will happen to Casey Anthony, now that she is free, from a book deal for a possible one million dollars with the images to a television special.
However, most legalanlysts say she must stay underground for a period of time, as even her own lawyers fear for their lives.
Attorney Cheney Mason said in a recent interview that he fears for the life of Casey Anthony’s because some people do not respect the justice system.
The fury of the public during and after high-profile case has led to speculation that the issue of polarization, “I hate Casey Anthony” the Facebook page – with more than 40,000 fans at the site could change its name and appearance, and move somewhere far away, according to press reports.
Florida corrections officials and lawyers for Anthony have offered few details of the media about where Anthony will go and what you will do because of the intense emotions surrounding the case.
Her father, George Anthony made it clear that his daughter will not be welcome in the family home in Orlando for their release, according to Fox News.
However, it was confirmed that Anthony would face future legal problems.
Her team is appealing her criminal conviction for misleading police and has been sued in two separate actions before the civil court, according to court documents.
“A petition has been filed and a judge ruled that Zenaida Fernandez Gonzalez suits for defamation against Anthony can go forward before Anthony leaves jail,” according to court documents.
Fernandez-Gonzalez says her life was ruined after Anthony told police a nanny by the same name had kidnapped Caylee, “according to court documents.
Anthony says detectives and the nanny is fictitious.
Court records also show that the volunteer search group Texas EquuSearch Anthony sued seeking to recover more than 100,000 and moved to find Caylee Anthony in 2008.
“It was opening statement when she said Caylee Jose Baez never missed, because he had died, which is this case going,” said Marc Wites, Wites & Kapetan partner in Lighthouse Point, Florida, representing the TES in Texas Equusearch Mounted Search and Recovery v. Casey Anthony case.
“It’s a very basic case of misrepresentation and omission. They cannot afford to spend money on these types of cases. The fact was that her mother knew he was dead and probably knew where he was buried,” said Casey Anthony Wites of knowledge when her parents asked him to find Caylee TES.
“With the advice of our attorney, Marc and Alex Kapetan Wites Wites & Kapetan, and approval of our Board of Directors, Texas EquuSearch has filed a civil suit against Casey Anthony, in an effort to recover the costs in the search for Caylee Anthony. This case was filed in the Circuit Court District in the ninth and Orange County, FL; Texas EquuSearch Mounted style Recovery Search and v. Casey Anthony, Case No. 11-CA-8475, “according to the website TES.
In another twist to an already complicated case, court documents also show that a South Carolina prison inmate Christopher Umberger sued Anthony for a DNA test, which he says will prove he is the father of Caylee Anthony.
Casey Anthony Wherever you end up living your life, chances are she’ll be living in a state that has adopted the new “Caylee law.”
Lawmakers in 30 states have committed themselves to a version of the bill, which would make it illegal for parents and guardians who do not appear when your child has been killed or disappeared.
“Caylee will be innovative Act, and attend the Adam Walsh Act, Act Lungsford, Amber Alert, and many others that are necessary for our children,” said George Anthony The Washington Post.
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