Casey Anthony: More Letters Released

As part of nearly 1,000 pages of evidence released yesterday, the state attorney’s office released several letters written to Casey Anthony while she has been in jail.

From WESH:

Some of the letters are from people who do not apparently have a connection to the case. Two of the letters are from Anthony’s mother, Cindy Anthony.

Those letters appear to be dated from June and July 2010. In one letter, Cindy Anthony expresses her disappointment that her letters get released, as well as some emotional moments in dealing with the loss of her granddaughter, Caylee Anthony.

“I really don’t know how they can get away with sharing all of your private mail with the public,” Cindy Anthony writes. “I don’t care that the Sheriff’s Office reads them, but where in the constitution does it state that the public has a right to read letters sent through the U.S. Postal Service.”

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10 Comments on “Casey Anthony: More Letters Released”

  1. She makes a good point about reading the private letters that weren’t meant for public consumption.

    It’s almost like saying that anyone on a public sidewalk is subject to becoming public property at any given time.

  2. Honeydog Says:

    I do have to agree. I think an Inmate’s Mail should be read only by those designated Authorities who are required to do so as part of Prison Rules, and of course Attorneys and other Officials when necessary for the individuals’s Case. I simply don’t see any reason to permit any Correspondence to be made Public, other than for Evidence during a Trial.

  3. thejbmission Says:

    I agree with Cindy too. Letters stamped by the United States Postal Office should be off limits to the general public. LE and prison personnel, yes.
    And Cindy has every right to complain about it, IMO. This is America. No one says we have to like the laws. But the media once again, is making an issue of Cindy’s every word. tsk, tsk.

  4. zelda Says:

    I don’t think any one’s rights should be considered but the victim’s.If it helps the victim get justice,,,,,,let it roll.

    We are doomed to “political correctness up the wazoo” if we don’t watch it. It’s ALREADY making life a farce.
    It’s madness on a never before seen social scale.

  5. jon Says:

    Let’s face it: these letters were written for public consumption and Cindy knew it when she wrote them. Knowing the relationship between Cindy and Casey, the tone of them (all the God and Jesus stuff) just doesn’t fit. These two were supposedly always at each other’s throats and now these letters? Please. It just doesn’t fit.

  6. zelda Says:

    There ya go…………nothing fits……….on the defense end any way.

    All lies………

  7. Honeydog Says:

    Oh I agree that Cindy was made aware that their Letters would eventually end-up being released, and she and Casey ARE “Queens of Manipulation”… but still, private Mail should stay private by Law.

  8. Honeydog Says:

    P.S: According to reports, Casey does “read her Bible”, and even though Cindy is a Hipocrit, she refers to “God” and “Faith”. I can see them writing this stuff to each other… I just find it a Blasphomy, coming from the likes of both of them.

  9. zelda Says:

    By law?,,,,,,,,,I think Under the circumstances that “law” should be looked at.

  10. shoozeyque (Donna) Says:

    Everything these two nutjobs have done has been expressly for the viewing of the public. They know it and we know it. KC knew it when she wrote her letters (after all, she learned the hard way when the jailhouse videos were released). Cindy knew they would go public, yet she continued to write these types of letters to KC. She could have just written a simple letter, hi, how are you doing, blah, blah, without going into a lot of detail about certain things.

    KC is in jail. They should know by now, there is no privacy in jail. When you break the law, there is no privacy.

    Both of them know everything gets released to the public because of Florida’s laws, yet Cindy and George still wrote those letters anyway.

    In reading these letters Cindy and George wrote, mostly Cindy’s letters, she wrote them in such a way that you could tell she knew she was writing them for the public to read and see. Don’t act so shocked Cindy.

    That’s the Florida Sunshine Laws for you. Once the mail goes into the jailhouse facility for the inmates, there is no privacy – the jailhouse have their own set of rules and policies as to what gets released because of these Florida Sunshine Laws.

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