Casey Anthony Free in a Week

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Amy Pavuk and Anthony Colarossi of the Orlando Sentinel report, 11:01 am, July 7, 2011:

Casey Anthony will be released from the Orange County Jail on July 13.

Chief Judge Belvin Perry sentenced Casey Anthony this morning for lying to police, giving her four years in jail and credit for the time she’s already served since 2008. Considering how much time she’s already served, court officials have calculated that she will be released from the Orange County Jail July 13. The sentence also includes four, $1,000 fines for each of the four counts of lying to police.

The sentence is the maximum Perry could impose under the jury’s decision. But unhappy Anthony opponents still gathered outside the courthouse to express their displeasure about her acquittal Tuesday on a charge of first-degree murder in connection to her daughter’s death. “I feel she got away with murder and it really irritates me,” said Donna Marini, an Altamonte Springs woman who attended most of the trial proceedings.

Nearby her, though, Casey Anthony supporters chanted for her release. One many stood with a sign asking “Casey will you marry me?” “I would date her,” said the sign’s holder Tim Allen. “Everyone deserves a second chance.”

Inside the courtroom, Anthony showed no reaction while Perry discussed her lies and imposed his sentence. Earlier, she arrived in Perry’s courtroom appearing relaxed and happy. Anthony, who normally wears her long hair in a bun on top of her head, wore her hair down in court today. She huddled with her attorneys, Cheney Mason and Dorothy Clay Sims, while smiling and stroking her hair before the hearing began.

The UK’s Daily Mail says Anthony wrote in secret prison letters that “I want to have more children…and I’d like to adopt.”


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9 responses to “Casey Anthony Free in a Week

  1. I am lost for words-

  2. This whole event is making me ill.
    I just heard that Casey Anthony & Jose Baez ( sp?) signed a package deal with the powerhouse agency William Morris for movie, book, interview blablabla deals.
    While I do feel that the jury spoke, and the prosecution failed to make its case beyond a reasonable doubt…the fact remains that a beautiful innocent child either had a horrible accident or was murdered and tossed off the side of the road in a trash bag and her mother is at least, a liar if not a participant in her daughter’s death and her behaviour since has been inexplicable to parents everywhere, giving most people the nagging feeling that something is very wrong.
    And all of this is rewarded in our sicko society with a contract with William Morris……because the agency knows that our society has a ravenous appetite for this kind of salaciousness.
    the media cannot get enough, people are in a frenzy but nearly no one can can be bothered with the astonishing information that the supposed “leader of the free world” is a criminal forger and ineligible to occupy the White House whether you agree that that his CV/BC is fraudulent or that he is not a Natural Born Citizen as defined by the Supreme Court.
    These two cases, of course, are unrelated but juxtaposed, shed light on a society without a moral compass.

  3. Astonishing… Will we see her on the golf courses looking for the real killer?

    (I heard she’s already booked for Dateline NBC).

    …and that photo requires words too graphic to post here…

  4. I’m going to hurl…

    I will not watch ONE interview with anyone from this event. I’m only praying that Caylee gets justice, somehow, someway…

  5. dv727’s comment disappeared, but he was right about rumours. However, maybe not Dateline NBC, but there is talk out there about her making money off her crimes:


    • Kel,

      I deleted dv727’s comments — all obscene rants directed against Nancy Grace and in favor of Casey Anthony. I see no reason why FOTM should provide a free forum for his evil. I kept one of his comments for illustrative purpose — to demonstrate to this blog’s readers what kind of person he is. He is now banned from FOTM.

      • Oh, Eowyn – I’m glad to hear that. I thought his comment was dripping with sarcasm and I had to use restraint not to – well, be extremely rude to him!


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