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Casey Anothny Set Free From Jail

Updated on November 22, 2011

Casey Anthony What Is She Doing Now


Well as you all know, Casey Anthony walked free from prison on July 17. Many people speculate that she killed her 2-year-old daughter. It seems that she has had no remorse about the murder of her daughter.

The buildup to the trial has been ongoing for the last two years, all building up to a six-week trial from May to July 2011. Casey has gained wide media attention as a result of the trial. Casey's defense team somehow managed to get her off for the murder rap of her daughter Caylee Anthony. She was found not guilty of murder, aggravated child abuse and aggravated manslaughter of a child. However, she was found guilty of four misdemeanor counts for providing false information to a law enforcement officer. Because she received credit for time served, she was released on July 17, 2011.

Many people outside the courtroom were stunned when the verdict was handed down not guilty. The state of Florida is in an uproar as a result of the jury's decision to not seek the death penalty and let Casey walk free. While it seems that most of the jury felt that she was in fact guilty, they did not seem to find that there was enough evidence to prove it and come up with a guilty verdict.

After being released, it would seem that Casey Anthony disappeared from the public eye. No surprise she would not want to come into the public after such an outrage from the outcome of the trial and the overwhelming conclusion by the entire country of her guilt.

Anthony’s parents vowed not to allow her into their home once released from prison so where might she be hiding out. Well nobody really knows for sure but there are a few possibilities to consider. Even though her own parents would not let her into their home, there were some supporters amid the mass crowds of people who gathered outside the jail to protest her release. One sign held by a man even went so far as to read, “Casey, will you marry me?”

Could one of her admirers took her in to shelter her from the media attacks and masses of people who expressed hate for her? Well it does seem likely that some individual may have found sympathy or some other sort of affection for her throughout the grueling trial. A love born out of the scandal and outrage may seem unlikely, but you never know how some people think and there are a lot of people out there that apparently saw something in her.

Another possibility is that she has successfully created a new identity and a new appearance. It is clear that she was in clear danger with death threats against her and that much hatred being shown over her release due to her perceived guilt. Protection from law enforcement agencies may be another possibility. It is clear that she was in danger at the time of her release and there may have been a behind the scenes arrangement made for a new identity to protect the released Casey.



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    • coolwater101 profile imageAUTHOR

      coolwater 

      6 years ago from Atlanta GA.

      thanks glassvisage for commenting on this hub I wonder what she is doing now things have been slow since the trial.

    • glassvisage profile image

      glassvisage 

      7 years ago from Northern California

      I admit that I was surprised by the verdict, as many others were. It has been fascinating to read the various Hubs on this subject and to read the different viewpoints.

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