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Old 07-09-2011, 06:26 AM
 
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The money she ends up with after paying off the people she owes will be spent "buying" friends.
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Old 07-09-2011, 07:38 AM
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I think the psychological stress will wear on her grately. And, she won't be accepted in most places in America. I don't see her assimilating in Europe or Canada either. Whenever she leaves her house, they'll be a chance someone will take the law into their own hands. Even cutting/dyeing her hair won't be enough. Maybe she should learn some Spanish and move to a small city in Mexico? I honestly can't see how her life willl play out on the outside in any productive way.
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Old 07-09-2011, 08:02 AM
 
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I think she will live the good life, and while I would like to think that her conscience will haunt her, I don't believe it will. I don't think she has any remorse or feelings and just wants to do what she wants to do. Sad to say but I think that is what will happen. She might get caught in some papparazzi embarassing photos, but she won't care.
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Old 07-09-2011, 10:02 AM
 
Location: Florida
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The dirtbags will be out there to support her in the shabby style of anything for a buck. It may pan out for a while but in the end Casey will be broke and friendless when her notoriety wears off.
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Old 07-09-2011, 10:41 AM
 
Location: Orlando, Florida
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The money she ends up with after paying off the people she owes will be spent "buying" friends.
Yes, lots of 'new friends' who are way more street smart and even better liars than she is who will soak her for every penny.........

I don't think she will live the good life because no matter how much deceit she may cloak herself in, at the end of the day, she still has to live with her own self.
Just because people smile and party, doesn't mean they have any peace or joy in their heart.
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Old 07-09-2011, 11:34 AM
 
Location: Abilene, Texas
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I don't think Casey will be able to live "the good life" due to the incredible amount of public scrutiny and anger/scorn/disdain that is about to be released on her when she gets out of jail. Her life will probably be a living hell for a very long time, perhaps even the rest of her life. I strongly believe in people getting a second chance no matter what they have done so I can only hope that she will learn some lessons from all those experiences and eventually become a better person.
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Old 07-09-2011, 11:54 AM
 
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I highly doubt she'll be living the good life. Unlike OJ, there was no rejoicing in the streets when she was acquitted. Everyone pretty much knew OJ was a killer, but he was a famous football player before, so that was ok. Anyone who thinks she's innocent is way in the minority. I seriously doubt ANY reputable agency will sign her to a book deal, that would be career suicide. She'll probably get alot of $ from the Enquirer & other rags but she's 25 years old, she'll **** thru it in no time and unless she gets plastic surgery and changes her name, she'll never be able to support herself. Money doesn't always equal the good life.
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Old 07-09-2011, 06:36 PM
 
Location: Boca Raton, FL
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Smile She will put it aside like it never happened

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I think she will live the good life, and while I would like to think that her conscience will haunt her, I don't believe it will. I don't think she has any remorse or feelings and just wants to do what she wants to do. Sad to say but I think that is what will happen. She might get caught in some papparazzi embarassing photos, but she won't care.
I don't think Casey will go back to live with her family. She lied about what went on anyway. She was able to party party right after Caylee died and she seemingly had little remorse. Just more lies. She got off. Remember - I'm the greatest liar statement? Well, guess what? She believes that. She's just happy and she got off.

I think Jesse Grund got it right. She'll have what she always wanted: money, fame and parties. He seems to be one of the few decent ones in her life and he knew her well and the family well. (He was her ex-fiance and believed that he was Caylee's father).

The verdict makes me sick and Scott Peterson (no fan of his either) is on death row - I don't think they found DNA there either.

I don't think Casey cares about anyone but herself and even though the Baez team is enjoying their fame right now, she really doesn't care about them either - just herself. What can you do for me type person. So sad/no winners.
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Old 07-09-2011, 07:38 PM
 
Location: Out West
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Yes, lots of 'new friends' who are way more street smart and even better liars than she is who will soak her for every penny.........
This was quite evident in the letters from jail. There were copies of letters from "Tracey" (who Casey said was her "bestest best friend"), to another inmate stating that the only reason she was talking to Casey was to hopefully get something useful in prosecuting her so that she, Tracey, could use it as leverage to get out of jail sooner. Casey didn't have a clue.
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Old 07-10-2011, 05:03 AM
 
Location: Tampa bay
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She should go in hiding but how could she do that if she is going to make movie deals and book deals?

I wonder if the hatred of everyone for her affects her emotionally? or she is just to psychitic to let it.
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