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Casey Anthony: Broke and in Therapy

November 4, 2011

Apparently, Casey Anthony is still unemployed and has no income,  this according to the report from her most recent probation check-in. The good news is that it looks like she’s taking part in classes or therapy!

This calls for a classic from The Ramones!!!!!

From the Orlando Sentinel:

According to corrections officials, Anthony told her probation officer that she has had no source of income within the last 30 days and remains unemployed.

However, for the first time since her probation began, Anthony indicated that she is taking classes — though it remains unclear what type she is attending. Anthony checked a box on her probation form indicating that she is attending “educational, vocational… mental health, drug, alcohol, therapy or self-improvement” classes.


Casey Anthony: “I’ll Take the Fifth…and the Fifth Again…and Again”

November 4, 2011

Casey Anthony invoked her constitutional right against self-incrimination 60 times during a recent deposition in a civil suit.

That’s quite a few times! Thoughts?

From CNN:

Attorneys representing Casey Anthony invoked her Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination 60 times during a deposition given in a civil suit against her, according to a transcript of the proceedings.

Anthony, who was acquitted in July of murder charges in Caylee’s death, is being sued in civil court by a woman named Zenaida Gonzalez.

Casey Anthony: Attempted to Hire a Hitman?

November 4, 2010

One portion of the more than 900 documents released yesterday includes a letter and affidavit from a Michigan inmate, Curtis Jackson, who wrote that Casey asked him about hiring a hitman.

From CNN:

Jackson said that Casey “asked me in coded language if I knew of anyone who was willing to be paid to kill someone.” Jackson also wrote that Casey asked about disposing of children and if he knew which types of poison were untraceable. Jackson said he met Casey and her ex-boyfriend Anthony Lazzaro through a pen pal.

Casey Anthony: George and Cindy Get Tattoos

November 4, 2009

Please note that this post is from 2009. For the most current updates on the Casey Anthony trial, please see my homepage.

Believe it or not, it appears that Casey Anthony’s parents, George and Cindy, recently got tattoos to commemorate their granddaughter, Caylee.


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Since this comes from The Globe, I’m sure people will wonder if the photos are real or fake. I can’t say but they sure look real.

Feel free to leave your thoughts.

UPDATE: I see that It’s a Mystery to Me has a great discussion going already. Feel free to check out the post here.

Casey Anthony: Your Thoughts on “Tot Mom”

November 3, 2009

By now, we’ve all read about the Australian play “Tot Mom” which is based on the tragic death of Caylee Anthony and her mother, accused murder Casey Anthony.

The play will star Cate Blanchett, was created by Oscar-winning director Steven Soderbergh, and is scheduled to open on December 18.

We all know about book deals, made for TV movies, etc…

So, should we really be surprised that a play has been created? Should we be upset? Do we wish the play would be show for audiences in the United States?

What are your thoughts? Is this really that big of a deal or should it be expected in this day and age?

Casey Anthony: New Motion To Throw Out Murder Charge

November 3, 2009

New paperwork has been filed in the case of accused murderer Casey Anthony asking Judge Stan Strickland to throw out the murder charge against her because prosecutors, and an Orange County grand jury, put so little information in their indictment, she can’t defend herself.

From the Orlando Sentinel:

“Instead of starting with the crime and figuring out who did it, the state has essentially started with who did it and is now trying to figure out what crime she might have committed,” the defense paperwork reads.

The indictment does not say how the child was killed or where, other than in Orange County.

As a consequence, Anthony’s attorneys say Circuit Judge Stan Strickland should throw out the indictment.

From the United Press International:

Casey Anthony‘s defense team says her murder indictment is so vague a Florida judge should dismiss charges she killed her young daughter, Caylee.

A motion filed Tuesday argues Orange County prosecutors have offered little in the way of hard evidence pointing to the 23-year-old Orlando, Fla., woman.

“Instead of starting with the crime and figuring out who did it, the state has essentially started with who did it and is now trying to figure out what crime she might have committed,” the motion said.

The court did not immediately rule on the motion.

From MyFox Orlando:

Lawyers for Casey Anthony have filed more motions in her murder case asking the court to throw out the murder indictment.

Lawyers filed new motions saying there isn’t enough information in the murder indictment for Anthony to defend herself so they want it thrown out. They are also trying to get the check fraud case dropped too claiming double jeopardy because she faces several counts of basically the same charge.