10/25/2011 9:21 PM

Despite the death threats from a few months back, Pinellas County court has released the names of the jurors and alternates in the Casey Anthony trial for the first time today. The jury was responsible for acquitting the Florida woman accused of murdering her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee.


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10/24/2011 9:53 PM

It’s common knowledge that every news channel out there would love an interview with America’s most-hated woman, Casey Anthony. After being dismissed of all charges, news stations were chomping at the bit to hear what Anthony had to say for herself, but in the end they all decided to be “ethical” and not pay her, that is until now.


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7/19/2011 9:19 PM

Pinellas County Jail

Casey Anthony, the 25-year-old woman acquitted of murdering her 2-year-old daughter Caylee, was released from jail Sunday morning and since then reporters have continuously speculated about the whereabouts of the infamous Tot Mom.


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7/15/2011 9:05 PM


It seems the women in Oklahoma are really riled up about the Casey Anthony verdict. Michelle Crowder of Durant, Oklahoma is the force behind the Caylee’s Law petition, while one Oklahoma woman allegedly attacked another for resembling the infamous Anthony, USA Today reports.


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7/8/2011 7:06 PM

In response to the public outrage following the acquittal of Casey Anthony, four states have proposed a new “Caylee’s Law,” legislation that will require parents and guardians to report missing children within a certain period of time. People reports that New York, Florida, Oklahoma, and West Virginia are all drafting various versions of the new law with three more states reportedly following suit.

"It probably won't be a deterrent to crime, but at least it's something the prosecutors can charge someone with who's violated the law,” said Oklahoma Rep. Paul Wesselhoft. “If this law was in Florida, Casey would have some more jail time to stand.”


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7/5/2011 11:41 PM

photo source: CNN

It’s the case everyone’s been following lately – the murder trial of Casey Anthony, who was accused of murdering her 2-year-old daughter Caylee. The trial dragged on for approximately six weeks, and the verdict was announced today: jurors found Anthony not guilty on charges of first degree murder, aggravated child abuse, and aggravated manslaughter.

Anthony was, however, found guilty of providing false information to law enforcement officials, relating to stories she had given to various police officers.


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