The Teflon Victim: Casey Anthony Files for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Florida Owing Nearly $800,000 in Debt
This is just criminal … And once again Casey Anthony will skate on accountability.
Casey Anthony has filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy petition in Florida of which claims that she owes approximately $800,000 in debt to 80 creditors. Most of the incurred debt as per the court docs is owed to her defense attorneys, the same one’s who some how got her off of murder charges in the death of her daughter Caylee Anthony. A jury found her “not guilty as sin”. A Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing is meant to allow one to do away with most existing debts and make a fresh start financially. Isn’t this special, as if nothing had ever happened.
Casey Anthony, The Teflon victim
According to NBC News, Casey Anthony owes the following in debt as per her bankruptcy court filings:
Anthony’s bankruptcy filing said she had only $1,084; here are her main debts, according to the Sentinel report:
•About $500,000 to defense attorney Jose Baez
•$145,660.21: Orange County Sheriff’s Office
•$68,540: Internal Revenue Service
•$61,505: Florida Department of Law Enforcement
•$10,283.90: to the Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation
So what is going to happen when her bankruptcy petition is granted, her debt is voided and then she signs a $1 million contract for the movie deal? This nightmare just will not end.
Casey Anthony Murder Trail: Attorney Mark Lippman Says Google Search of “Fool Proof Suffication” Evidence Clearly Vindicates George Anthony in Death of Caylee Anthony … Baez Claims Evidence not Overlooked
The bombshell news that the Google search for “fool proof suffocation” did not come into the Casey Anthony murder trial in the death of her daughter Caylee Anthony is a travesty. Really folks, a “fool proof suffocation” computer search n the day that Caylee Anthony was last ever seen and no one thought that this might not be important? Was it missed by investigators or just left out of the prosecution Even the “Ship of Fools” Casey Anthony murder trail jury was certain to convict had such evidence been presented to them, I think.
Justice for Caylee?
George Anthony’s attorney Mark Lippman claims that this evidence clearly vindicates his client of any involvement in the death of his grand daughter Caylee, as Joese Baez and the Casey Anthony Defense team had claimed. Casey Anthony’s former attorney Jose Baez opening statement at her trial alleged that George Anthony had sexually abused Casey, that Caylee had died of drowning in the family pool and that George disposed of the body.
George Anthony’s attorney says his client has been vindicated by recent reporting about computer searches on the family computer.
Attorney Mark Lippman issued this statement Monday afternoon: “Recently a book was written which made libelous statements and raised baseless speculation about who performed computer searches relating to the term ‘fool-proof suffocation.’ This weekend it was discovered that this particular search term was never brought to the attention of the State Attorney’s Office.
Full statement below from George and Cindy Anthony’s attorney Mark Lippman:
Recently a book was written which made libelous statements and raised baseless speculation about who performed computer searches relating to the term “fool-proof suffocation.” This weekend it was discovered that this particular search term was never brought to the attention of the State Attorney’s Office. Further this search was never brought out in the trial and was never discussed or disclosed to the Anthonys. However, while it is clearly more than an oversight, the trial is over and the Anthonys are continuing to move forward with their lives. The only finality that this newest information brings is that once again the evidence clearly vindicates George Anthony from any argument made by any party relating to his involvement with whatever happened to his granddaughter, Caylee Anthony.
The Anthonys continue to morn the loss of their granddaughter and ask that their continued privacy be respected.
However, former Casey Anthony defense attorney Jose Baez claimed on the Dr. Drew Show that the evidence was not overlooked.
Casey Anthony’s former attorney Jose Baez joined HLN’s Dr. Drew Monday night telling him that he mentioned these details in his new book.
“I don’t believe this evidence was missed at all,” Baez said. “I think it was clearly there … I believe it was buried as opposed to a mere oversight or overlooked as they are now claiming.”
For more updates and discuss the ongoing story of the death and lack of justice for Caylee Anthony, go to Scared Monkeys Forum: Caylee Anthony.
Justice for Caylee? Casey Anthony Murder Trial Investigators Missed Google search for ‘fool-proof’ Suffocation
Just when you thought it could not get any worse with the injustice that was done in the death of Caylee Anthony, along comes this revelation …
It is being reported that the Casey Anthony trial investigators misses a key piece of evidence that could have made a huge difference in providing “Justice for Caylee” and the conviction of the tot-mom. Sheriff’s investigators missed a Google search of “fool-proof” suffocation. The search was made from a computer in Anthony’s home on the day Caylee Anthony was last seen alive. The search was for “fool-proof suffication,” misspelling “suffocation.” As reported by WKMG, investigator pulled 17 vague entries from the computer’s Internet Explorer browser, but did not analyze the Mozilla Firefox browser, where the potentially incriminating evidence was found, UNBELIEVABLE!!!
Florida sheriff’s investigators missed a key piece of evidence — a Google search of “fool-proof” suffocation — in the Casey Anthony murder probe, they acknowledged Sunday.
The search, made from a computer in Anthony’s home on the day her daughter was last seen alive, could have helped convict her in the death of 2-year-old Caylee, said Orange County Sheriff’s Capt. Angelo Nieves.
“It’s just a shame we didn’t have it,” prosecutor Jeff Ashton told an Orlando TV station.
This search was fouund on a shared computer in the Anthony home. How is it possible that some one who considers themselves a computer investigator expert does not look for searches on multiple browsers? The sick part about this is that Baez’s team knew this information and was waiting for the prosecution to use it. Imagine their shock when it was not done. Thus, as many of us already knew … the Casey Anthony defense was a lie.
WKMG: Cops, prosecutors botched Casey Anthony evidence.
For weeks, Casey Anthony sat at her murder trial with her defense team anxiously waiting for prosecutors to drop a bombshell: computer evidence, the state would argue, showing Anthony researched how to kill with poison and suffocation on the same afternoon her daughter, Caylee, was killed by poison and suffocation.
But the bombshell never exploded.
“We were waiting for the state to bring it up,” defense attorney Jose Baez told Local 6. “And when they didn’t, we were kind of shocked.”
Baez first revealed the evidence in his book, “Presumed Guilty,” but blamed Anthony’s father, George Anthony, for the computer activity. Baez suggested George Anthony was considering suicide after Caylee accidentally drowned in the family swimming pool.
The damning evidence is as follows:
Consider what they appear to show happening online the afternoon of Monday, June 16, 2008, the day Caylee died:
•At 2:49 p.m., after George Anthony said he had left for work and while Casey Anthony’s cellphone is pinging a tower nearest the home, the Anthony family’s desktop computer is activated by someone using a password-protected account Casey Anthony used;
•At 2:51 p.m., on a browser primarily Casey Anthony used, a Google search for the term “fool-proof suffocation,” misspelling the last word as “suffication”;
•Five seconds later, the user clicks on an article that criticizes pro-suicide websites that include advice on “foolproof” ways to die. “Poison yourself and then follow it up with suffocation” by placing “a plastic bag over the head,” the writer quotes others as advising;
•At 2:52 p.m., the browser records activity on MySpace, a website Casey Anthony used frequently and George Anthony did not.
Just curious, does anyone really believe that a child drowns in a pool when individuals in the home on the very day of Caylee’s death are making Google searches for “fool proof” strangulation? Hmm?
Casey Anthony Defense Attorney Jose Baez Shills his Book “Presumed Guilty” and Profits off Death of Caylee Anthony … “His book has the tone of a sore winner” … Makes Derogatory About Jeff Ashton, Roy Kronk, Yuri Melich, Dr. G and Mark NeJame
Its been about one year since the verdict heard round the USA where Casey Anthony was found “not guilty as sin” .The most hated person in America, Casey Anthony walked Scott-free with many who followed the case closely just scratching their head is disbelief. What is rather interesting is that Jose Baez looks to be cashing in on his “victory lap” book; however, Casey Anthony remains in hiding.
One year later and former Casey Anthony defense attorney Jose Baez is shilling his new book “Presumed Guilty”. I am sorry if there is a part of me who feels like they need to take a shower. The defense attorney of a woman who was found “not guilty” much in the way OJ Simpson was found criminally not guilty has written a book to profit off the death of little Caylee Anthony. This is repugnant. Do we really care what Baez thinks or what he did to get Casey off in his writings? No, the visuals of the case on TV and how everything went down during the trial is a more instructive tool for prosecutors in the future.
Hey Jose, do you remember who this is?
As stated at the Orlando Sentinel, “His book has the tone of a sore winner” and at many times comes across as being a whiner than a winner. Well if the shoe fits? There is something unseemly about taking a victory lap and condemning your opponents with sophomoric comments when in the end this was about the death of a child, Caylee Anthony. I wonder what Mark NeJame, Jeff Ashton and other feels about Baez’s foolish remarks?
Presumed Guilty,” his look back at the Casey Anthony case. The book becomes tiresome, but there’s a fascinating clash between Baez’s idealistic take on the law and his gossipy, withering assessment of people in the case.
Baez recalls that Anthony’s defense team dismissed prosecutor Jeff Ashton as “Rat Hands” and “Tourette’s Boy.” Meter reader Roy Kronk, who found Caylee’s remains, was a “fabulist.” Detective Yuri Melich “never caught any flak for sloppy police work.”
Judge Stan Strickland had “clear prejudice against Casey.” Dr. Jan Garavaglia, the chief medical examiner, was “over the top” and ”very indignant, very abrasive” on the stand. Baez, who is short, writes that Orlando attorney Mark NeJame ”hated me” and “stood about five foot two in heels.”
Jose Baez was interviewed by FOX News, Greta van Susteren as Baez went ‘On the Record’. When questioned by Van Susteren on the most obvious questions that reeked to the high Heavens during the trial, Baez could come up with no answers. Anyone can find excuses for the lies, especially when one looks the other way and its not their job to do so.
GRETA VAN SUSTEREN, FOX NEWS HOST: Your job is not to decide guilt or innocence. Your job is to effectively represent a client. But I’m curious, did you — did you — I didn’t believe her. And I didn’t believe the story that she had nothing to do with it. Did you believe her?
Check Book Journalism: Jose Baez, Casey Anthony’s Lawyer, Publicly Acknowledged that the Money He Received from ABC News Made it able to Mount a Successful Defense
Thanks to Disney owned ABC News and check book journalism … Jose Baez says he was able to mount a successful defense.
Joe Baez, the defense attorney for Casey Anthony, finally has stated publicly what we and Blink on Crime knew all along. Jose Baez appeared on PBS’s “Frontline,” and stated how they got $200,000 from ABC for photos of Casey and Caylee, and that money was used “so we could mount a proper defense.” How special that a Disney owned company helped through “checkbook journalism” to deny justice to two year old Caylee Anthony. As reported at the Orlando Sentinel, “ABC News changed its policy, saying it would no longer license pictures or video tied to a booking.” Sorry, a little late now. Maybe you would like to apologize to Caylee Anthony?
Jose Baez, Casey Anthony’s lawyer, has for the first time publicly acknowledged he was able to mount a successful defense thanks to the money he got from ABC news.
Baez, who appeared on PBS’s “Frontline,” explained how they got $200,000 from ABC for photos of Casey and Caylee, and that money was used “so we could mount a proper defense.”
ABC News & Disney put check book journalism above Justice for Caylee
Sick, I hope those at ABC News can live with themselves. Even Baez stated in the interview that the Casey Anthony case was an anomaly because the network paid $200K for licensing fees for the Anthony defense. So before anyone wants to use this case and the verdict as case law, it can obviously be stated if it were not for ABC News and their hideous checkbook journalism, the out come of the case might have been much, much different than a “not guilty as sin” verdict.