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Updated: 10:16 AM Jul 18, 2011
Released from Jail, Casey Anthony Lies Low on First Day of Freedom
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP)
Casey Anthony was freed from a Florida jail early Sunday, 12 days after she was acquitted of murder in the death of her 2-year-old daughter Caylee in a verdict that drew furious responses and even threats from people across the U.S. who had followed the case with rapt attention.
Posted: 10:07 AM Jul 18, 2011
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  • by Michelle Location: Charlotesville on Jul 22, 2011 at 05:17 AM
    I find it funny how the mom talks about being scared to leave jail, my lord how does she think her own little girl was feeling. I mean really the house was shared by her and grandparents and nobody has to face jail time for what was done to that little girl a loving caring child. Please not only do the family make me sick but the law. What happen to protect our childred from neglect abuse and the people that does harm to little childred. But you let somebody get caught driving w/o licence or a bud in the pocket and they get 2 years or more but to not have to even pay for neglecting her by not reporting a child at that age for one missing from not one of the house hold members is unjustified. So what law really does protect our kid's or others kid's from people like that when the law can't even protect them. Killing is wrong but I can see how it can cause others to do something they may regret later in life. I just hope it eats at everyone that was involved in choosing when her life end.
  • by The Dude Location: Greene County on Jul 18, 2011 at 10:17 AM
    By Friday night, she will be hitting the clubs and going back to her partying ways. Too bad she wasn't sterilized as part of her sentence.
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      by Get Real on Jul 18, 2011 at 12:18 PM in reply to The Dude
      The only thing more absurd than the media frenzy surrounding this case is the continuation and absurdity of the opinion and commentary that has followed in its wake. Yeah, Dude, I get the witticism you were attempting. But really, just get a life everybody...let Ms Anthony finish whatever time is ordained for her in total and complete ignominy, free from any public attention or ability to capitalize on her sad state.
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