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On this Day in 2011: Casey Anthony — NOT GUILTY & Acquitted, 5 years on…

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Today marks the 5th Anniversary of a truly monumental day – that being Casey Anthony’s Not Guilty verdict and acquittal. How time flies.

Here are my comments and the 3 videos I posted 5 years ago. The same still applies.

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The Verdict:

Shame on every single one of you still holding on to the myth that Casey is guilty – when the truth is out there for all to see. Shame on you. No way she killed her child. The whole image the media created was a lie that YOU fell for. Respect the verdict and get over it FFS!

The Verdict in the Casey Anthony Trial – Not Guilty… GO CASEY! –  July 5th 2011:

NOT GUILTY VERDICT Casey Anthony Trial - July 5th 2011

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Casey Anthony: Not Guilty Verdict Celebration + Geraldo Reaction, July 5th 2011:

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Dorothy Sims, Cheney Mason & Jose Baez speak after the Not Guilty Verdict, July 5th 2011:

Jose Baez after the verdict

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Here’s what Jose Baez stated after the trial (in the above video):

“Casey did not murder Caylee. It’s that simple. And today, our system of justice has not dishonored her memory by a false conviction.”

As far as historic moments in TV history go, this one is right up there. If you remember what you were doing before, during and after the verdict – post your comments below.

In the meantime…

C3

Congrats once again to Team Casey.

July 5th… Celebrate the day!

SJ <<< Bitch-Slapping The Haters Since July 5th 2011 :mrgreen:

PS. Still seeking enlightenment? Click the pic below…

Jose Baez threatens lawsuit over claims from washed-up retarded PI Dominic Casey

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Jose Baez threatens lawsuit over claims from washed-up retarded PI Dominic Casey:

Jose Baez, the Florida attorney who represented Casey Anthony in her 2011 murder trial, threatened to take legal action Wednesday over a private investigator’s claims that the lawyer had sex with his client and said she killed her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee.

“I unequivocally and categorically deny exchanging sex for my legal services with Ms. Anthony… I have always conducted my practice consistent with the high ethical standards required of members of the Florida Bar,” Baez told People Magazine. He went on to say, “Legal action is forthcoming.”

In court documents that went public last month, investigator Dominic Casey claimed Baez told him in 2008 that the mom killed her daughter and hid the girl’s body. The investigator also said Casey Anthony effectively paid Baez with sex because she didn’t have enough money…

>>> CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL “SCOOP” & VIDEO AT FOX NEWS <<<

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In the meantime…

C3
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Cheney Mason”s book is also available:
Justice in America: How the Media and Prosecutors Stack the Deck Against the Accused

Justice in America - J Cheney Mason
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As always, be sure to leave your thoughts & comments below…
SJ <<< Bitch-Slapping The Haters Since July 5th 2011 :mrgreen:

Immaculate Deception - The Untold Story of Caylee Marie Anthony

And don’t forget to show your support for Jodi Arias >>>

Jodi Arias Is Innocent -com

Casey Anthony – Not Guilty & Acquitted – 3 years On…

3 years on from Casey’s not guilty verdict, check out the video review below from CNN featuring an interview with Cheney Mason:

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(CNN) — It was three years ago that people across the nation and around the world held their breath.

After a two-month trial, the jury in the Casey Anthony murder trial announced they had arrived at a verdict.

Anthony was found not guilty of first-degree murder and the other most serious charges against her in the 2008 death of her 2-year-old daughter.

The nation was first introduced to Casey Anthony in July 2008. The country fell in love with her precious daughter, Caylee, who had gone missing in Orlando, Florida.

A massive missing persons search for the little girl ensued……

*** CLICK HERE TO READ THE POST IN FULL ***

C3
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Cheney Mason”s book is also released today:
Justice in America: How the Media and Prosecutors Stack the Deck Against the Accused

Justice in America - J Cheney Mason
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Leave your comments below…
SJ

Immaculate Deception - The Untold Story of Caylee Marie Anthony

On this Day in 2011 — Casey Anthony — Not Guilty & Acquitted

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Today marks the 2nd Anniversary of a truly monumental day – that being Casey’s Not Guilty verdict and acquittal. How time flies.

Here are my comments and the 3 videos I posted 2 years ago. The same comments still apply.

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The Verdict:

Shame on every single one of you still holding on to the myth that Casey is guilty – when the truth is out there for all to see. Shame on you. No way she killed her child! The whole image the media created was a lie that YOU fell for. Respect the verdict and get over it.

The Verdict in the Casey Anthony Trial – Not Guilty… GO CASEY! – July 5th 2011:

NOT GUILTY VERDICT Casey Anthony Trial - July 5th 2011

Casey Anthony: Not Guilty Verdict Celebration + Geraldo Reaction, July 5th 2011:

Dorothy Sims, Cheney Mason & Jose Baez speak after the Not Guilty Verdict, July 5th 2011:

Jose Baez after the verdict

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Here’s what Jose Baez stated after the trial (in the above video):

“Casey did not murder Caylee. It’s that simple. And today, our system of justice has not dishonored her memory by a false conviction.”

As far as historic moments in TV history go, this one is right up there. If you remember what you were doing before, during and after the verdict – post your comments below.

Congrats once again to Team Casey.

Celebrate the day!

Keep the faith,
SJ

 

Jose Baez & John Bradley on Dr Phil, Friday 2/15

Coming up this Friday on Dr Phil…

“Casey Anthony’s former defense attorney, Jose Baez, shares what he says he wants the public to know but couldn’t say during the trial. And, the prosecution witness accused of perjuring himself on the stand, John Bradley, speaks out in an exclusive interview.”

Here’s the trailer:

Jose on Dr Phil 2-15-2013

Leave your after-show comments here, and I’ll upload it once I get hold of it.

SJ

Casey declares bankruptcy (talks exclusively to CBS 5)

From Phoenix CBS 5:

“Casey Anthony filed for bankruptcy protection late Friday night in Florida.

This move brings all of Anthony’s civil cases currently under way in Florida state court to a complete halt.

“This is the next step towards closure for me,” said Anthony in a phone conversation Friday evening.

Anthony is listed as a defendant in three civil suits in Orange County, FL. The most notable of those being the suit brought by a woman named Zenaida Gonzalez. Gonzalez claims Anthony defamed her when Anthony told Orange County Sheriff’s Deputies in July 2008 that a fictitious nanny named “Zenaida Fernandez Gonzalez” kidnapped her daughter Caylee.

The Gonzalez lawsuit, brought on behalf of the Orlando-based Morgan and Morgan law firm seeks unspecified damages.

“She needs closure in this matter in order to move on with her life,” said Anthony’s civil attorney, Charles Greene.

In a brief conversation with Anthony on Friday night, she told CBS 5 she was hopeful the Gonzalez case would have been behind her at this point.

The case was originally scheduled to go to trial earlier this month, but attorneys for Gonzalez were granted a continuance by the judge. No new trial date has been set.

“These are the things holding me back,” said Anthony. “This is the key for me to move forward.”

Shortly before the phone conversation with Anthony, Greene was adamant that Anthony would not discuss any of the details surrounding her open legal cases.

The bankruptcy was filed in the Middle District of Florida because Anthony has lived somewhere in central Florida for 180 days. Her parents’ address is listed as her home address, though Greene says that she is not living with them. He says that address was listed because it was her most recent permanent address.

CBS 5 broke the story in September that Anthony had moved out of Florida, but Greene says she left only for a short time and then returned because of logistic and financial reasons.

The publication of this story marks the first time Anthony has spoken with a news reporter on the record since her daughter’s death in 2008.

Despite a ruling from Florida’s 5th District Court of Appeals, Anthony’s 5th Amendment protections against self-incrimination still apply because her criminal team has yet to decide if they will file for a rehearing or appeal the outstanding issues to the Florida Supreme Court.

The appeals court Friday tossed out two of the four misdemeanor convictions against Anthony. She was convicted in July 2011 of four counts of lying to law enforcement.

“This (bankruptcy filing) has nothing to do with yesterday’s decision by the 5th Circuit (Court of Appeals),” said Greene. “This document took weeks to prepare. Casey’s legal team has deliberated over this since the trial was continued, and even before then.”

The decision to file for bankruptcy does not mean Anthony’s state court legal issues go away immediately. Attorneys for Zenaida Gonzalez – and others making claims against Anthony – would have to prove to a federal judge the damages they seek are “nondischargeable,” meaning she would owe money despite the bankruptcy filing.

Additionally, according to the bankruptcy documents filed, the possible financial claims against Anthony include:

$500,000 – Attorney Jose Baez

$60,505 – Florida Department of Law Enforcement

$68,540 – Internal Revenue Service

$10,283 – Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation

$145,660 – Orange County Sheriff’s Office

Anthony’s total assets, according to the 60-page filing are listed at less than $1,100 and her liabilities total more than $792,119.

“All the civil cases and people making potential claims have put her (Casey) in a position where bankruptcy is the only option,” says Greene.

The bankruptcy documents list nearly 100 names and organizations that could potentially pursue claims against Anthony. Many of the names included are the defense experts who testified on her behalf during her murder trial.

“The public doesn’t know all the people who have come out of the crawl spaces attempting to make claims against Casey,” said Greene. “There are other lawsuits, other potential claims and her freedom is restricted.”

Those individuals and organizations listed in the bankruptcy document would have to file a claim in federal court in order to get money from Casey Anthony.

Ultimately, that means a bankruptcy judge could be the person who decides the merits of the civil cases against Anthony.

“Casey hoped the (Zenaida Gonzalez) civil case would be over in January. This has been an ongoing battle for close to five years,” said Greene. “Emotionally and physically, she can’t go on for another year. She needs a clean slate from a financial perspective.”

Anthony tells CBS 5 that although she values the close relationship she has with her attorneys, she does not like to be “joined at the hip” with them. She described her legal advisors to be “like family” to her.

“She (Casey) feels it’s unfair for this process to drag on. We were ready to go to trial on Jan. 2, and there’s no new trial date. She wanted be vindicated in the civil (Gonzalez) case,” said Greene.

Anthony will be required to give sworn testimony in the bankruptcy proceedings, but Greene says the scope of questioning is limited to financial matters.

Greene says not to expect any surprises.

“There are no contracts, no movie or book deals,” says Greene.

The goal for anyone going through bankruptcy proceedings is to give a person a “fresh start.” The process from start to finish could take 90 to 120 days, or perhaps longer, depending on the number of people who bring claims against Anthony.”

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Great to see the tide finally turning for Casey as she prepares to move forward with her life.

SJ

Casey, the movie & future plans – Jose Baez interview (WESH)

Check out the interview below where Jose Baez discusses the recent Lifetime movie, his life after Casey’s trial and his future plans.

SJ

Jose - life after Casey + movie

“Prosecuting Casey Anthony” – the Lifetime movie reviewed!

No wonder all the knuckle-draggers are up in arms. They got bitch-slapped yet again!
SJ

Review from Newsday.com:

If at all possible — and it’s probably not — the best way to approach this film is with a blank slate. Strip away any memory you have of those months.

The net benefit of this little act of mental gymnastics is that you may walk away with the impression that Anthony was innocent after all.

It’s a fascinating impression, and in that sense, so is the film. It is told from Ashton and Burdick’s point of view, not Baez’s, who — far from being the slick Willy the media (and Ashton) made him out to be — is seen here as shrewd, reasonable and quite possibly even right.

Lowe’s portrayal is not far removed from Chris Traeger of “Parks and Recreation”: An earnest, self-righteous choir boy who is so enamored of the evidence he has collected that he tends to dismiss the obvious fact that some of it is probably circumstantial.

He harrumphs when Baez reminds him of this, or (worse) smirks. Even Burdick grows weary of his antics, scolding him as a mother would her precocious and ill-mannered child. He is so blinkered that he never sees the verdict coming, nor quite grasps so-called Juror No. 3’s blunt rationale for acquittal: That he may have been wrong.

BOTTOM LINE A surprisingly revisionist take on one of the most controversial trials of the decade — from someone (Ashton) you’d least expect revisionism from. Nancy Grace, meanwhile, will hate “Prosecuting Casey Anthony.”

GRADE B+

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Leave your review below.
SJ

“Prosecuting Casey Anthony” – Lifetime Movie Preview

I’m still a bit peeved that Dick van Dyke and Jenny McCarthy never got chosen to play The Laughing Guy & Lin Possible – or that Belvin Perry didn’t get replaced by Amos & Andy.

Here’s the trailer…

Casey Anthony - Lifetime Movie Preview

I particularly like the bit where it says:

“Our case is rock solid…
Forensics say she’s guilty…
Common sense says she’s guilty…
And the Jury is gonna say she’s guilty.”

Yeah… right. Are we talking about the same trial here, or what?

Their case was piss poor at best… and the forensics were a veritable fantasy of BS & junk science. The only time common sense came into the equation was when the Jury recorded their Not Guilty verdict.

Later folks,
SJ

Jose Baez – Dr Drew interview, 11-26

Here’s Jose Baez on Dr Drew last night, once again clarifying  the supposedly “overlooked” evidence:

Jose Baez - Dr Drew 11-26-2012

Had the prosecution wheeled this BS out during the trial, it would have destroyed their already feeble timeline and put GA in the spotlight. There was nothing overlooked or missed at all.

SJ