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Exactly three years and one day after young Caylee Anthony was reported missing and mother Casey Anthony was put in jail, Casey was let out of the Orange County Jail just after midnight Eastern Time. She was entered a vehicle and was quickly taken away to an unknown destination.
Hundreds of late-night protesters outside the jail shouted and chanted, “Killer!” The vehicle in which Anthony was taken away went to a parking garage at the location of her attorney Cheney Mason’s office, and it is believed that she will be switched – possibly numerous times – to other vehicles to hide
Originally posted by Schkeptick
I wonder what sort of half-life she could possibly have now. Or how long it will be before someone takes their own revenge.
I agree with forevever.... It seems clear that the prosecution rushed this case, and bungled it.
Originally posted by Forevever
in response to your question - NO - law enforcement is wrong - I think it is absolutely their job to make sure she's not murdered in the parking lot
in response to everyone else before they get here and start the Casey bashing - Our Justice System WORKED for her - if you want anyones head on a platter, it should be the prosecutors (sorry, don't know their names, didn't follow the trial)
if she is guilty, its the prosecution that failed in this case
Originally posted by dreams n chains
You do realize in one breath you admit you didn't follow the trial.... in the other breath you condemn the Prosecutors.
The reason she gave for waiting to notify authorities was because she claimed she was investigating the disappearance on her own.
Originally posted by ChicagOpinion
As jails often do, Casey Anthony was released in the dead of the night. Regardless of what one may think of the outcome of the murder trial for now-freed Anthony, was it right for the Orange County Sheriff's Department to release her in the manner they did - without any any assistance or protection? (On Friday alone, there were seven death threats against her.)
it is believed that she will be switched – possibly numerous times – to other vehicles to hide her at an undisclosed location due to the continued death threats made against her since it was announced she would be set free. There were seven threats made on Friday alone.