Certainty about Casey Anthony: out on Sunday
Once a criminal, always a criminal
Without any money, she will have a book and maybe even a movie deal to buy her story. That will be her only likely source of income. She won’t work, she rarely has.
She will attract groupies of a like ilk. She will party hard.
In all likelihood, her downfall will be succumbing to alcohol and drugs. On that path, she will get arrested. Arrests will lead to some more jail time.
Once an offender, often a repeat
It is possible for her to get knocked up again. That would be an ugly mistake. With that, what would Mommy and Daddy do? Too old and too emotionally distraught for another round of Casey, something would have to give.
Mixed up with the wrong crowd
Like OJ, it is only a matter of time when bad people end up doing more bad things and eventually, make a mistake that lands them where they should have been at the end of their first murder trial.
Plausible scenario? I think so.
“On Last Day in Jail, Casey Anthony's Future Uncertain
Published July 16, 2011
ORLANDO, Fla. – Casey Anthony is spending her last day in jail Saturday preparing for an uncertain future after nearly three years behind bars.
Orange County Jail officials planned to release Anthony sometime Sunday under circumstances they refused to disclose. One of her attorneys, Cheney Mason, said Friday that Anthony is scared to leave jail, given numerous threats on her life and the scorn of a large segment of the public that believes she had something to do with the death of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee.
Anthony was acquitted of first-degree murder in Caylee's death earlier this month. She was found guilty of four counts of lying to police, but with time served and good behavior credits, she didn't have to serve out her four-year sentence.
Another attorney, Charles Greene, said Friday that Anthony was "emotionally unstable" and needed "a little breathing room" after the draining two-month trial.
However, that "breathing room" may be hard to come by given that Anthony's first steps of freedom will be under the glare of the media spotlight. Scores of reporters, cameramen and protesters were expected to be outside the jail when she is released. Local television stations were going live with coverage starting late Saturday night.
And the vitriol directed at Anthony has been pointed: After the verdict, anger spilled onto social networks like Facebook and Twitter from people who had spent weeks watching the trial on local and cable television networks. On Friday, Anthony's legal team said it had received an emailed death threat with a manipulated photo showing the 25-year-old woman with a bullet hole in her forehead. It has been forwarded to authorities. Officials had said earlier this week that they had not received any credible threats, but they did not return a call Friday about that email.
Security experts have said Anthony will need to hole up inside a safe house protected by bodyguards, perhaps for weeks, in case someone tries to make good on one of those threats.
Ideally, several SUVs with tinted windows will pull up to the jail to whisk her away, probably in the middle of the night, the experts said. Jail officials have not disclosed when she will be released.
Exactly where she will go also remains unclear. It's unlikely she'll return to the home she once shared with her parents, as the trial left her family fractured. Defense attorney Jose Baez argued during the trial that Caylee accidentally drowned in the family pool and that Casey Anthony's father, George, covered it up to make it look like a homicide. Baez also argued that George Anthony molested his daughter when she was a child -- which resulted in psychological issues that caused her to lie and act without apparent remorse after Caylee went missing.
"Most of the time you can always go home, but she doesn't have that option," said Daniel Meachum, an Atlanta lawyer who has represented football star Michael Vick and actor Wesley Snipes. "Baez has to have somewhere for her to go for her to get herself together."
Casey Anthony was convicted of telling detectives several lies in July 2008, when Caylee's disappearance was reported. She said that Caylee had been kidnapped by a nonexistent nanny, among other things.
Caylee's skeleton was found that December in some woods near the home Casey Anthony shared with her parents.
While defense 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. Jurors have told various media outlets that prosecutors didn't prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt as required for a conviction -- although most have added that they don't think Anthony is innocent.
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/...67518217/#ixzz1SIiT6R6E”