Tag Archives: Casey Anthony


Posted 2 years ago in Crime by Aaron Kase  
Could Casey Anthony Be Tried Again for Murder?

Casey Anthony should have been convicted of murder, her trial judge said this week. Anthony was acquitted in 2011 for the killing of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee. Caylee’s corpse was found in a trash bag in the woods with duct tape on her head months after she went missing in 2008. After a series of denials including blaming the baby’s disappearance on her nanny, Anthony asserted a defense that Caylee had drowned in a swimming pool, and her dad disposed …

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Posted 2 years ago in Crime Current Events by Betsy Kim  
Is Casey Anthony Really Guilty of Murder? [Poll]

The judge in the trial of Casey Anthony told NBC’s “Today” show that he believed there was enough evidence to convict the Orlando, Fla. mother of first-degree murder. In 2008, prosecutors charged Casey with the murder of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, whose body was found in a trash bag near the family home. The trial coverage highlighted inflammatory evidence including testimony that Casey’s car trunk, where prosecutors believed the child’s body was hidden, had the strong stench of a corpse. …

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Posted 2 years ago in Bankruptcy by Michele Bowman  
Casey Anthony’s Life Story Up for Grabs in Bankruptcy

The judge in Casey Anthony’s bankruptcy case said on Apr. 9 that he would take 30 days to decide whether the infamous mother would have to sell her life story – if she writes one – to help pay off almost $800,000 in debts amassed defending herself against charges she murdered her own child.   Money to Be Made? The trustee in her bankruptcy case reportedly wants her to sell – he says he has received offers from $10,000 to …

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Posted 2 years ago in Crime by Dan Abrams  
Our Obsession with Female Accused Killers

Let’s make one thing clear at the outset: If Jodi Arias was Johnny Arias and Casey Anthony was Kevin Anthony with almost identical facts, the media and public wouldn’t care about their still-salacious trials. That’s right; it’s time to admit that the fascination, sometimes national obsession, with trials of women accused of murder is clearly related to their gender, looks and race. So what is it about a young attractive (white) woman charged with taking a life or lives that …

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Posted 2 years ago in Bankruptcy Crime by Aaron Kase  
Casey Anthony Owes $800,000, Files for Bankruptcy

Casey Anthony, who was acquitted in 2011 for the murder of her daughter Caylee, has filed for bankruptcy in Florida, citing debts of nearly $800,000. Anthony, 26, lists only $1,084 in assets against the massive sum she owes, mostly in legal fees. She was accused of killing her two-year-old in 2008 with chloroform and duct tape, and then dumping the body in the woods. Her defense attorney, Jose Baez of the Baez Law Firm, argued that the baby had drowned …

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