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Old 07-22-2011, 02:19 PM
 
Location: Whoville....
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Casey Anthony gets job offers, taxpayers get legal bill - Yahoo! News (http://news.yahoo.com/casey-anthony-gets-job-offers-taxpayers-legal-bill-222839831.html - broken link)

Now you know what it takes to get a job. So, just Do It!
Sad, isn't it? Law abiding citizens are out of work and someone who lied about the whereabouts of her toddler is being handed job offers....
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Old 07-22-2011, 02:30 PM
 
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Baez is bizarre--he had his own demons to deal with before and I'm sure he's accrued more now. And, Sims, with all of her hugging, jumping up and down, I wonder if she's all there, really. Seems totally inappropriate and far fetched to fawn over a defendant, any defendant, let alone this one, like that.
I know!!!
Simms was pretty sickening but Joy Behar came through for us when she silenced Simms by asking if she would let Casey babysit for her grandchildren.
When she couldn't answer, Joy sort of chuckled with a sneer and put her papers away. Interview over! I never really liked Joy but now I am a fan.
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Old 07-23-2011, 08:18 AM
 
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Sad, isn't it? Law abiding citizens are out of work and someone who lied about the whereabouts of her toddler is being handed job offers....
Very sad indeed.
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Old 07-23-2011, 12:43 PM
 
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Casey Anthony gets job offers, taxpayers get legal bill - Yahoo! News (http://news.yahoo.com/casey-anthony-gets-job-offers-taxpayers-legal-bill-222839831.html - broken link)

Now you know what it takes to get a job. So, just Do It!

Dammnit, I can't.

Maybe I should just kill myself if that's what it takes.
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Old 07-29-2011, 06:47 PM
 
Location: So Cal
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All we can hope for is somehow the universe works out this incredible unbalance.

Hopefully that correction comes in the form of her being on the business end of a bat, similar to Joe Peci's character in Casino, the famous corn field scene.
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Old 07-29-2011, 10:23 PM
 
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Adding the law-enforcement cost estimates to the state money paid for the defense and the Clerk of Court's tally for the jury costs brings the Florida taxpayers money spent on the case to $822,821.48.

The prosecution has announced plans to try to have Casey Anthony pay for some of the investigative and prosecution costs by arguing the issue in court.

In addition Casey Anthony has a court appointed attorney, Charles Greene, (taxpayers expense again) for the Zenaida Gonzalez civil case.

Monday Morning, August 1, Judge Strickland is suppose to sign a court order for Casey to be returned to Orange County to serve out the one year probation for check fraud. The time spent in jail is not probation, you can't serve probation in jail.

Not such a good life ... they are after her! Just like OJ ... he got off the murder charges but he is sitting in prison right now in Nevada!
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Old 07-29-2011, 11:17 PM
 
Location: Ohio
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Adding the law-enforcement cost estimates to the state money paid for the defense and the Clerk of Court's tally for the jury costs brings the Florida taxpayers money spent on the case to $822,821.48.

The prosecution has announced plans to try to have Casey Anthony pay for some of the investigative and prosecution costs by arguing the issue in court.

In addition Casey Anthony has a court appointed attorney, Charles Greene, (taxpayers expense again) for the Zenaida Gonzalez civil case.

Monday Morning, August 1, Judge Strickland is suppose to sign a court order for Casey to be returned to Orange County to serve out the one year probation for check fraud. The time spent in jail is not probation, you can't serve probation in jail.

Not such a good life ... they are after her! Just like OJ ... he got off the murder charges but he is sitting in prison right now in Nevada!
For what it is worth, forcing Casey to stay in Orange County will probably just cost the taxpayers a lot more money......imagine all of the calls to LE she will have to make due to people harrassing and threatening her, money she can't be held liable for.

Not a good idea, IMO.
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Old 07-30-2011, 04:56 AM
 
Location: Florida (SW)
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Her infamy will follow her the rest of her life......she will always be the mother who murdered her baby and threw the body in the swamp when it began to stink too much to keep it in the car.

Just like Lizzie Borden*....she will carry that with her for ever.

Whether she becomes rich off her infamy or not.....depends on the public's interest in her story....and although she is incapable of feeling the shame or guilt.....she is also incapable of forgiveness, grief or love......she is just an empty shell that was suppposed to be a person.....the financial circumstance of that "shell" really doesnt matter.

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"Lizzie Borden with an axe
Gave her mother 40 wacks;
When he saw what she had done,
She gave her father 41"
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Old 07-30-2011, 09:22 AM
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Whether she becomes rich off her infamy or not.....depends on the public's interest in her story....and although she is incapable of feeling the shame or guilt.....she is also incapable of forgiveness, grief or love......she is just an empty shell that was suppposed to be a person.....the financial circumstance of that "shell" really doesnt matter.
Think you're right. If you're just an empty shell, all of the money in the world means nothing. You've lost your integrity, ability to love...it's those things at the end that matter most.
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Old 07-30-2011, 09:37 AM
 
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For what it is worth, forcing Casey to stay in Orange County will probably just cost the taxpayers a lot more money......imagine all of the calls to LE she will have to make due to people harrassing and threatening her, money she can't be held liable for.

Not a good idea, IMO.
She could go home and bulldog momma Cindy will take care of the press and phone calls ... just kidding. Jose Baez, Cheney Mason nor Dorothy Sims live in Orange County so she can't live with them ... as if they would take her in.

I agree but I think a person on probation can request to relocate to another area. Of course they would still have to report to a probation officer in a new location. Since Jose was her criminal attorney for the check fraud case he will probably attempt to have the probation waived. Her civil attorney, Greene is trying to get the Zenaida Gonzalez deposition changed from the October date.
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