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Casey Anthony served with lawsuit at jail
Updated: Wednesday, 13 Jul 2011, 10:32 AM EDT
Published : Wednesday, 13 Jul 2011, 10:32 AM EDT
ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35) - Casey Anthony will walk out of jail Sunday. On Wednesday she was served with a lawsuit at the jail by Texas Equusearch.
The search team that searched for Caylee Anthony is suing Casey for over $100,000.00.
They claim she wasted their time searching for Caylee when Casey knew they would never find her.
Disappointment doesn't even begin to describe how Tim Miller founder of Texas Equusearch feels about Casey Anthony. “It certainly wasn't fair to anybody that was involved and wasn't fair to the families that really needed us.”

Miller and his attorneys filed the lawsuit against the 25-year-old late Tuesday at the Orange County Courthouse in Orlando. Miller tells FOX 35 Casey Anthony knowingly mislead the search and recovery organization about finding her daughter Caylee. He remembers showing up to Casey's house in the summer of 2008. “She hugged us and kissed her on the cheek and I said 'I'm so sorry about what you're going through right now' and she said 'well thanks for being here right now. I know she's alive out there somewhere so please bring her back.”

Little did miller and the thousands of volunteers know: Casey Anthony was sending them on a wild goose chase.
Revealed in her murder trial, little Caylee was already dead and Casey knew it.
Texas Equusearch is now suing her for more than $100,000.00 for the expenses the group incurred. “We did stuff with the drone airplane, we did stuff with all bodies of water with sonar we searched every square inch,” said Miller.
Money and time spent that could have gone toward helping other families find their missing loved ones.
Miller takes this blow personally as he's worked to keep a promise to his daughter Laura who was murdered nearly 30 years ago. “I made a promise to God and to Laura I would never leave a family alone if there's anything I could do to help and I felt as though I let down God and Laura and we were mislead.”
Miller says they have never sued anyone in the 10 years the organization has been in existence.
To date, Texas Equusearch has done 1,232 searches. On Tuesday they recovered the 126th victim, a boy who had been missing in Texas.
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Post  wjk on Wed 13 Jul - 22:04

Thanks for this carmen
Thats sad, reading about his daughter and the promise he made her.
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Post  Guest on Wed 13 Jul - 22:21

wjk wrote:Thanks for this carmen
Thats sad, reading about his daughter and the promise he made her.

It is very sad, isn't it wjk?? Poor man
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Post  hales on Wed 13 Jul - 23:35

What's even sadder is that she'll have no problem paying it once she sells the movie rights :(
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Post  widowan on Wed 13 Jul - 23:43

They'd better sue her lawyer as well because Cheney Mason said on an interview yesterday that her story hadn't changed since he met her and she has been consistent throughout, that the baby DROWNED is the story, on June 16th, which means her lawyers also knew since July 16 or whenever she retained lawyers, that Caylee wasn't missing and THEY failed to call off the searches.

Wouldn't it also be an abuse of their duty not to get their client to tell the truth if this was an accident - and not sit in jail three years and face the DP? If your lawyer knows your child died accidentally isn't it in your best interest to plea bargain for child neglect - or even better confess to an accident, and walk out free, most likely?

I can't believe they think anyone will buy their story that she had told them this all along, and yet they let her sit in jail and rot, never mind leaving poor Caylee in her "grave" like that, all those months, when they could have gotten out there and retrieved her remains.

The duct tape seems to tell a different story although a liar like Casey could come up with a good rationalization to cover that.

It might have turned out well for her in the end because with what they had on her, if Casey hadn't sat in jail lying and confusing things and giving the dna evidence time to disappear, and had not been charged with Murder 1, I don't know that she'd have gotten off scot free. People might not have believed the duct tape was put on to make it look like kidnapping and there might have been enough of her body to tell if she in fact had drowned or died of chloroform poisoning. So I think mason's a liar but since he did make this claim on tv perhaps they can haul him up in front of the Florida bar association.
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Post  rammy2 on Thu 14 Jul - 0:03

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Er2G0OszXEk

Not guilty at all costs - it's not really justice is it?

Mason is the one person that I cannot stand. He was rude to the judge during the trial, he showed his character when she got off - and afterwards, slagging off the very lawyers and 'talking heads' that he once was - and the 'flipping the bird' whilst quaffing champagne, in a bar, opposite the courthouse - hypocrisy?? Oh yes, in spades......

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Post  widowan on Thu 14 Jul - 0:08

He wasn't involved right at the beginning though - it took Jose Baez to get the case in the mess it was in.

Someone please tell me why if this girl said the baby drowned accidentally, he did not take her to LE and have her confess in exchange for leniency on whatever neglect charge, if any, there might be for not watching her in the pool.

Instead they leave Caylee in the swamp, leave Casey in jail 3 years to build a case, then pin it on her father, hit him with molestation accusations, and get her mother to PERJURE herself - all this negativity and drama rather than just to tell the truth?

It seems like they've been very hard on everyone and someone who watches lawyers for their ethics and such should be onto this pair.
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Post  rammy2 on Thu 14 Jul - 0:21

thing is widowan - they've all got off. Baez, Mason, (even that dippy bint with the soft voice) - they're made for life off of this - Caseys away - mum and dad - no perjury charges.

Alls well in the Anthony household. Dysfunctional, yes. Free? - yes.

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Post  widowan on Thu 14 Jul - 0:26

We'll see how rich they get off this. I think there will be a SEVERE outbreak of boycotting everyone and everything that tries to pay her for her story.

Tim Mitchell is just the start.

They've gotta get her out of Orange County alive first however...
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Post  rammy2 on Thu 14 Jul - 0:31

I've seen his name on twitter - will have to look him up widowan. Thanks.
Some people are suggesting she'll be whisked away over the border - for some therapy.

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Post  widowan on Thu 14 Jul - 0:44

Her lawyer is saying that "after losing a child and being in jail for 3 years" she has to have help and they are there to get her the help she needs...

that old adage -about kiling your parents then throwing yourself on the mercy of the court as an orphan -springs to mind

Some think she may go to Puert Rico, I think that is a very good bet due to BAez' family there. There's no where in the US she wouldn't be known and reviled. We've also hear Houston - I hope she doesn't come here. That's all we need.

The station to offer her money for an interview will be swamped with hate mail, no one would hire her - although I am sure there are guys who will offer to marry her.


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Post  rammy2 on Thu 14 Jul - 0:56

It will probably be like the girlfriend of Ian Huntley (he killed Holly and Jessica) and his girlfriend was guilty of lying for him. Although Casey would have to have a complete overhaul, to be accepted somewhere wihtout someone knowing who she was.

Having her hair down and flowing was probably a ploy so the last picture of her was with long, flowing locks. she's probably blonde and short now.........

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Post  Ireland on Thu 14 Jul - 6:58

widowan wrote:He wasn't involved right at the beginning though - it took Jose Baez to get the case in the mess it was in.

Someone please tell me why if this girl said the baby drowned accidentally, he did not take her to LE and have her confess in exchange for leniency on whatever neglect charge, if any, there might be for not watching her in the pool.

Instead they leave Caylee in the swamp, leave Casey in jail 3 years to build a case, then pin it on her father, hit him with molestation accusations, and get her mother to PERJURE herself - all this negativity and drama rather than just to tell the truth?

It seems like they've been very hard on everyone and someone who watches lawyers for their ethics and such should be onto this pair.

"Someone please tell me why if this girl said the baby drowned accidentally, he did not take her to LE and have her confess in exchange for leniency on whatever neglect charge, if any, there might be for not watching her in the pool. "

This is where I have the problem Widowan, if this happened as said, which of course it did not, how did she get away with hiding Caylee's body etc. I doubt she confessed to anything, to me the "nightmare team" made this up.
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Post  Guest on Thu 14 Jul - 8:09

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Spoke with @LeonardPadilla and he plans to sue #CaseyAnthony and Jose Baez. Spent around $200,000 on travel, searching, security. #fox35
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Post  widowan on Fri 15 Jul - 1:13

Good, Leonard.

Get in line behind TU and Zenaida Fernandez Gonzales...

Now, what about OCSO?

It would be nice if her parents sued her for wrongful death in civil court. They're the only ones who have a right to do that - them or her brother really.
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Post  mumbles on Sun 17 Jul - 17:56

Loads and loads of photographs with this article....

Crowds taunted Casey Anthony with shouts of 'killer' as she was released from jail under heavy guard in the early hours of the morning.

The woman known as America's 'most hated mother' was escorted to a black SUV by armed officers outside Orange County Jail in Florida and driven away from the waiting media at high speed.

Her motorcade sped towards downtown Orlando and pulled into a covered parking garage near the office of her lawyer, Cheney Mason. At 12:45am, she was spotted at a nearby private airport, having travelled there by a different vehicle.


The twin-engine private jet took off shortly after 1am at Orlando Executive Airport for Ohio, the home state of Anthony's parents.

Local television station WFTV suggested she boarded a plane that left the same airport just after 3am. There are no records of flights leaving from there early this morning - although private charters are not required to file plans.
'YOU'RE NOT COMING HOME, CASEY'

Casey Anthony's parents will not allow her to return home after her jail release, reported the Orlando Sentinel.

Her relationship with her parents, George and Cindy Anthony, has been tense after her defence team accused George of molesting Casey as a child.

Her location since she was freed this morning has not yet been established, but a plane took off for Ohio from Orlando Executive Airport at 1am shortly after she was seen there, following her release from Orange County Jail at 00:13.

The 25-year-old was acquitted of first-degree murder of her two-year-old daughter Caylee earlier this month in a trial that was covered extensively by the media. She was found guilty of four counts of lying to police, but with time served and good behaviour credits, she didn't have to complete her four-year sentence.

Anthony was released from jail wearing a pink Ralph Lauren T-shirt, jeans and blue trainers with her hair tied back in a neat bun.

She was escorted by her lawyer Jose Baez at 00.13am, less than a quarter of an hour after the deadline for her release had passed. Anthony was given $537.68 in cash from her jail account and accompanied by two sheriff's deputies armed with semi-automatic rifles.

As she emerged, a crowd of protesters shouted 'we hate you' and 'Caylee'. Her acquittal for the murder of her daughter has caused outrage across America. Protesters surrounding the entrance of the prison held placards with the words 'devil' and 'murderer'.

Mr Baez said: 'It is my hope that Casey Anthony can receive the counselling and treatment she needs to move forward with the rest of her life.'

Neither the lawyer or jail officials would say where Anthony would be living.

Orange County Jail spokesman Allen Moore said: 'This release had an unusual amount of security so, therefore, in that sense, it would not be a normal release. We have made every effort to not provide any special treatment for her. She's been treated like every other inmate.'

Mr Moore said there were no known threats received at the jail. Officials had a number of contingency plans in place, including emergency measures in case shots were fired.

It is unclear where Anthony will decide to live or what she will do next. Her relationship with her parents George and Cindy Anthony has been strained since her defence accused her father of molesting Casey when she was a child which resulted in psychological issues that caused her to lie and act without apparent remorse after Caylee went missing.

'IT'S A MACABRE PARLOUR GAME'

The debate over where Anthony is heading after her release from jail has been slammed by the New York Times as a 'macabre parlour game'.

Suggestions have been made that she will go to Puerto Rico, where her defence lawyer Jose Baez has his roots, but he has denied this.

She could have gone to Ohio - the home state of her parents.

Others have even suggested Anthony will now seek the help of a plastic surgeon to give her a disguise.

But she will have been told to keep as low a profile as possible because of the intense public fury about her acquittal of murder.

Her father has adamantly denied covering up his granddaughter's death or molesting Casey when she was a child. Mr Anthony was also accused by the defence of making Caylee's death look like a homicide after the girl accidentally drowned in the family pool.

One lawyer for Anthony, Cheney Mason, said that the 25-year-old had been scared to leave jail, given the numerous threats on her life.

Mr Mason said he wasn't taking any chances: 'We are all vigilant and I am armed.'


Another lawyer, Charles Greene, said Anthony was 'emotionally unstable' and needed 'a little breathing room' after the two-month trial.

After Anthony was found not guilty on July 5, social networking sites were filled with comments as people vented their outrage over the result. There were hundreds of messages posted on a Facebook page called I Hate Casey Anthony.

Anthony's legal team said it had received a death threat via email with a manipulated photo showing Anthony with a bullet hole in her forehead. It has been forwarded to the police.

Many remain unconvinced by Anthony's innocence. David Waechter recorded the trial and watched it at home with his wife every day after work. He said Anthony was guilty of 'something, for sure'.

Mr Waechter said: 'I'm perplexed. You know there is something there, but you don't know what. Yet she is getting out.'

Others said they were ready for the media attention to die down.
Mandy Williams, a 38-year-old county parks employee, said: 'Most people I talk to, they're done with it. When it came out she was not guilty, people were ticked off.'

Steven Klosterman, 43, who owns a property management company, said it could be dangerous for Anthony to stay in Orlando.

'I think she'll wind up like her daughter given the threats she has received. Good luck to her she's going to have a hard time.'

Around 100 spectators gathered outside the jail where plastic orange barricades had been erected. The crowd, many of whom had made their own signs, were drenched during torrential rain but refused to move.

Eight deputies in bullet-proof vests patrolled the area and five officers on horseback were are the perimeter of the police cordon.

One onlooker Mike Quiroz, who drove from Miami to spend his 22nd birthday outside the jail, said: 'She is safer in jail than she is out here. She better watch her butt. She is known all over the world.'

Lamar Jordan said he was disgusted by Anthony walking free.
'The fact that she is being let out, the fact that it is her child and she didn't say what happened, made me sick,' he said.

Mike Silva, 26, a make-up artist, came to the jail with a friend. Mr Silva said he was surprised that there was not more trouble, adding that it was probably in her best interest to leave the city.

'Why would she stay here? Everyone in Orlando knows her damn face,' he said.

Some of those had gathered in support of 25-year-old Anthony. 'I'm for Casey,' said Kizzy Smith, of Orlando. 'She was proven innocent. At the end of the day, Caylee is at peace. We're the ones who are in an uproar.'

Security experts have suggested that Anthony will be given a safe house with bodyguards for several weeks. However authorities said she would not be offered any special treatment.

Daniel Meachum, an Atlanta lawyer who has represented actor Wesley Snipes, said: 'Most of the time you can always go home, but she doesn't have that option. Baez has to have somewhere for her to go for her to get herself together.'

Dallas-based security expert Stuart Diamond, who has worked for celebrities and the U.S. government said: 'I'd tell her to go to a big house in the middle of nowhere. That would be the safest thing for her. It's more of an effort for someone to really follow through on a threat.'

Casey Anthony was convicted of telling detectives several lies in July 2008, when Caylee's disappearance was reported. She made several claims including the fact that Caylee had been kidnapped by a non-existent nanny.The two-year-old's skeleton was found in December in woods near the home Casey Anthony shared with her parents.

Anthony still faces a civil lawsuit. Attorneys for a woman who claimed Anthony defamed her had tried get her deposed before her release from jail but a judge ruled on Friday that the deposition would take place in October. Anthony has also filed notice that she will appeal the four counts of lying to law enforcement.

While defence attorneys argued that Caylee's death was an accident, prosecutors alleged that Anthony suffocated her daughter with duct tape because motherhood interfered with her lust for a carefree life of partying with friends and spending time with her boyfriend.

Anthony's security may be hampered by her limited financial means, though many have predicted lucrative book and TV interview deals in the future. Two security guards around the clock could cost $10,000 a week, experts said.

Mark Geragos, a Los Angeles lawyer who has represented Winona Ryder, Michael Jackson and Nicole Ritchie, said: 'The best thing she can do for her safety is keep a low profile.

'She needs to lay as low as possible until the next big scandal or trial. It's not time to do a photo spread. It's not time to sit down with Diane Sawyer. None of those things. There is no reason to do any of that.'

Around the time Caylee disappeared, Casey Anthony had begun staying with friends and not with her parents. When her mother Cindy began asking about Caylee, Anthony told her she was staying with a nanny named Zanny.

In mid-July, George and Cindy Anthony were notified that their car had been impounded after it was abandoned in a check-cashing store's parking lot. When they picked up the car, George Anthony - a former police officer - and the impound lot manager both said it smelled like a dead body had been inside.

Cindy Anthony then tracked down her daughter at a friend's apartment and when she couldn't produce Caylee, called the sheriff's office on July 15, 2008.

The court found she lied to investigators about working at the Universal Studios theme park, leaving her daughter with a nanny, about telling two friends that Caylee had been kidnapped and about receiving a phone call from her.

Cable network HLN had aired the entire trial, with pundit and former prosecutor Nancy Grace sharply criticising Anthony throughout.

Lawmakers in several states have proposed Caylee's Law - which would allow authorities to prosecute parents who don't quickly report missing children.
Back off: The police keep the media and hundreds of protesters under control in Florida

Back off: The police keep the media and hundreds of protesters under control in Florida
Horsemen: Mounted police in front of a blockade awaiting the release of Casey Anthony just after midnight

Horsemen: Mounted police in front of a blockade awaiting the release of Casey Anthony just after midnight

Ring of steel: The police take no chances and keep the angry mob away from Casey Anthony.

THE CASE OF CASEY: A dead daughter, tense trial and public protests - June 2008 to July 2011 timeline

June 16, 2008: 2-year-old Caylee Anthony is last seen alive leaving the home of her grandparents, George and Cindy Anthony, along with her mother, Casey.

June 18, 2008: Casey Anthony borrows a shovel from Brian Burner, a neighbour of George and Cindy Anthony. Burner says that Anthony returned it an hour later.

June 19, 2008: Casey Anthony goes with boyfriend Tony Lazzaro to help him look for an apartment.

June 20, 2008: Casey Anthony is captured in various photos partying at Fusion nightclub and participating in a 'hard body contest'.

June 23, 2008: Casey Anthony and her boyfriend, Lazzaro, break into a shed at the Anthony family home to borrow her father's petrol cans to fill her car, which had run empty.

June 24, 2008: Casey Anthony gets into a fight with George Anthony about the petrol and she storms out of the home. She tells her father that Caylee is with the baby sitter, Zanny.

June 25, 2008: Mobile phone records show Casey Anthony was in the area of her parents' home.

June 28, 2008: Casey Anthony's car is towed from the parking lot of a check cashing store after a supervisor calls to report it abandoned.

June 30, 2008: Casey Anthony is captured in surveillance videos shopping at JC Penney and Target.

July 1, 2008: Surveillance video shows Casey Anthony back in JC Penney buying more clothes.

July 10, 2008: Casey Anthony is recorded in surveillance video at Target.

July 12, 2008: Casey Anthony is seen in surveillance video at Winn-Dixie

July 15, 2008: Casey Anthony is recorded in Blockbuster Video, Bank of America and Winn-Dixie surveillance videos.

July 15, 2008: George and Cindy Anthony pick up Casey's car from a tow yard. George Anthony observes a strong odour emanating from the vehicle. Later, back at the Anthony family home, Casey tells her mother and brother, Lee Anthony, that she hasn't seen Caylee in a month and that a baby sitter named Zanaida Fernandez Gonzalez (Zanny) kidnapped her.

July 15-16, 2008: Casey Anthony takes police to the last place she says she saw Caylee. It turns out to be a vacant apartment. Authorities also take her to Universal Studios where she said she worked, but supervisors there say she hasn't worked there in more than two years.

July 16, 2008: Casey Anthony is arrested on charges of child neglect, making false official statements and obstructing a criminal investigation.

Aug. 21, 2008: Casey Anthony is released on $500,000 bail and is ordered to wear an ankle monitoring bracelet while on house arrest awaiting trial.

Aug. 29, 2008: Casey Anthony is arrested on charges related to check fraud and theft for using a friend's chequebook without permission, allegations unrelated to Caylee.

Sept. 5, 2008: Casey Anthony is released again on $500,000 bail with an ankle monitoring bracelet.

Sept. 15, 2008: Casey Anthony is arrested on further theft charges.

October 14, 2008: Casey Anthony is indicted on charges of first-degree murder, along with aggravated manslaughter, aggravated child abuse and four counts of lying to police.

Dec. 11, 2008: The skeletal remains of Caylee Anthony are discovered in a wooded area not far from the Anthony family home.

May 9, 2011: Jury selection begins in Clearwater for Casey Anthony's murder trial.

May 24, 2011: Trial begins in Orlando. The prosecution shows jurors a photo during opening statements of Caylee Anthony alive and smiling, along with a picture of the girl's skull as it was found in 2008. They say Anthony used duct tape to suffocate her. The defence contends the child actually drowned in her grandparents' swimming pool.

July 5, 2011: Casey Anthony is acquitted of murdering Caylee but convicted of lying to police.

July 7, 2011: Casey Anthony is sentenced for lying to police. However, authorities announce she must serve only 10 more days in jail because she had already spent nearly three years in jail and was given credit for good behaviour.

July 8, 2011: Casey Anthony refuses a visit in jail from her mother, Cindy Anthony.

July 11, 2011: Cheney Mason, one of Casey Anthony's defence attorneys, tells NBC's 'Today' show that he's worried about the woman's safety after she is released from jail and doesn't where she will go once she's freed.

July 17, 2011: Casey Anthony is released from the Orange County Jail.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2015614/Casey-Anthony-released-jail-armed-guard-dead-night.html#ixzz1SNk5UvtV

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Post  wjk on Sun 17 Jul - 19:01

Thanks for this carmen

Widowan, see the lightning at the county jail? Same as happened where Caylee was found!!
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Post  mumbles on Sun 17 Jul - 20:09

wjk wrote:Thanks for this carmen

Widowan, see the lightning at the county jail? Same as happened where Caylee was found!!

wjk,

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Post  wjk on Sun 17 Jul - 20:18

mumbles wrote:
wjk wrote:Thanks for this carmen

Widowan, see the lightning at the county jail? Same as happened where Caylee was found!!

wjk,

I'm honoured to be mistaken for Carmen.
If I could swap heads with her for a day I'd be a happy bunny!

Oh Gawd, mumbles! So, so sorry!
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Post  mumbles on Sun 17 Jul - 20:27

wjk wrote:
mumbles wrote:
wjk wrote:Thanks for this carmen

Widowan, see the lightning at the county jail? Same as happened where Caylee was found!!

wjk,

I'm honoured to be mistaken for Carmen.
If I could swap heads with her for a day I'd be a happy bunny!

Oh Gawd, mumbles! So, so sorry!

Don't be... I really was honoured!
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Post  widowan on Mon 18 Jul - 11:25

wjk wrote:Thanks for this carmen

Widowan, see the lightning at the county jail? Same as happened where Caylee was found!!

That is a huge coincidence. And I don't believe in coincidences...

I don't think this is going to work out well for her.

I don't think she's in Ohio, can't imagine why they would pick the state her family comes from as she has no one in the family willing to take her in, she might as well go to Nebraska or Idaho.

If she starts swanning around on Diane Sawyer, someone's going to shoot her. Mark my words. Mark Geragos is right, this is time to lay low and keep your mouth shut. Despite Baez the giant sleaze ball trying to sell her photos, he is going to leverage her to death.

I am glad that her parents have said she will not be allowed to come home. That says it all about what they think of the "accident" she sat in jail 3 years awaiting a DP trial for.
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