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George and Cindy Anthony: We Do Not Support "Justice for Caylee"

Updated on May 20, 2011
"Justice For Caylee" merchandise on Cafepress.
"Justice For Caylee" merchandise on Cafepress.

No "Justice for Caylee," says George and Cindy Anthony

George and Cindy Anthony, the grandparents of the murdered Florida toddler, Caylee Anthony, have applied for a trademark on the name "Caylee Anthony," and the phrase, “Justice for Caylee.”

The Anthony's have asked their attorney, Mark Lippman, to send a cease and desist letter to the website Cafepress. The letter includes the following statement:

"This website is an affront to the memory of Caylee Anthony and the family will not tolerate the malicious production of her name in any format.

A representative of Cafepress told CNN that the company "does not create the content on its site... the designs are created by consumers, who upload them to the site."

Products on the Cafepress website include T-shirts, keychains, stickers and mugs, all bearing the phrase "Justice for Caylee." These items have sold for $5 to $20 on the website since Caylee Anthony's remains were found on Hopespring Drive in 2008.

George and Cindy Anthony are the parents of Casey Anthony, the woman accused of killing her daughter, Caylee Anthony, in 2008. Casey Anthony's murder trial began last week with jury selection in in Pinellas County, Florida.


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