Judge Sets Court Date for Casey Anthony and Looks Like Tot Mom is Getting Letters from Wife Killer Scott Peterson
Casey Anthony, the mother of missing 3 year old Caylee Anthony, was officially charged Tuesday with first degree murder, aggravated child abuse, aggravated manslaughter and four counts of lying to investigators morning in the case of her missing daughter Caylee. No one from the Casey Anthony side was present for the arraignment as a not guilty plea had been previously entered.
Casey Anthony may have not been present for the hearing as she may have have been reading letters from convicted wife killer Scott Peterson. Yes that is correct, it is being reported that Scott Peterson has been sending Casey Anthony letters since she was arrested. According to the Orlando Sentinel.
However, a spokesman for Anthony’s lawyer told the Sentinel that she has not been corresponding with Peterson, but declined to say who might be writing her. Of course this same attorney spokesman is the one who stated in a media interview that Casey was dead so who knows what one can believe from a lawyers mouth piece. A jail spokesman told the paper that inmate correspondence is not public record.
“All mail coming into the Orange County Jail System is screened for contraband, money, and other security-related issues. Policy forbids Orange County inmates from writing each other, but there is no prohibition against writing or receiving mail from inmates in other correctional institutions,” the statement continued.
Casey Anthony is not receiving letters from Scott Peterson after all. I guess even Scott Peterson has his limits. However, soon Casey Anthony will have something in common with Peterson, being a convicted murderer.
The letters may be a hoax but the fact that Texas EquuSearch is returning to Florida is not. In the end Caylee Anthony is still missing and needs to be found. Texas Equusearch is planning on returning to Orlando and are expecting up to 3,000 volunteers when they begin searching November 8, 2008 to find missing Caylee Anthony.
After that information appeared on OrlandoSentinel.com, officials began checking it out. They found that Anthony has never received a letter from the convicted killer. OrlandoSentinel.com found that the story may have originated with Anthony, who talked to a corrections officer about mail she received.
A spokesman for her lawyer, Jose Baez, said Anthony had received a letter from a person with the last name Peterson who lives in San Diego, but nothing from the convicted killer. The spokesman said Baez screens his client’s mail and would know if such correspondence had taken place.