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2009.02.23 Today's Current News - ***NO DISCUSSIONS HERE PLEASE ***
Sociopath Mothers Who Kill
Casey Anthony will undoubtedly go thru her murder trial without saying a word or sharing even the smallest detail about what actually happen to her daughter. If found guilty and the death sentence is imposed (permissible under Florida law) she will go to her grave most likely feeling that she has put one over on law enforcement, her family and the public. Holding those secrets to herself allows her to feel that she is better than anyone else and that she has had ultimate control over everyone.
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UPDATED: Casey Anthony's defense attorney center of another Florida Bar inquiry
Amy L. Edwards | Sentinel Staff Writer
2:43 PM EST, February 23, 2009
A Bar spokeswoman couldn't disclose details about the inquiry, but said it pertains to Baez's relationship with his now former media relations company.
Since fall, Baez's law firm referred news reporters to a spokesman named "Todd Black" with a company called Press Corps Media. Black never agreed to in-person interviews with reporters, would not provide his photograph, and did not reveal his true identity.
Timothy Chinaris, an attorney representing Baez in that inquiry, told the Bar that Press Corps Media was retained by a Connecticut family. Chinaris said his client had not paid and will not pay "any part" of Press Corps Media's fees or expenses.
Baez has since hired Marti Mackenzie as his new spokeswoman. In an e-mail statement, Mackenzie said this afternoon: "The circumstances of Mr. Baez's now severed association with Press Corps Media have not changed; as Timothy Chinaris, an ethics attorney representing Baez in the first Bar inquiry, told the Bar, Press Corps Media claimed that it was retained by a Connecticut family. We expect that the Bar will again close the file and find that no disciplinary proceedings are appropriate."
Anthony Attorney Fights Sworn Depositions
POSTED: 10:55 am EST February 23, 2009
UPDATED: 3:05 pm EST February 23, 2009
Strangers Donate Hundreds Of Dollars To Casey Anthony
Monday, February 23, 2009 – updated: 6:02 pm EST February 23, 2009
ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. -- Who are the strangers who keep sending money to Casey Anthony in jail? The money comes from all over the country and in Central Florida, so Eyewitness News set out to find out who's doing it and why. Casey has received more than $1,000, mostly from strangers. More than $1,200 has been deposited into Casey's jail account since October. Twenty-five dollars came from a Cypress Creek High School student from Hunters Creek, just down the road from the jail.
Andrew Miller told Eyewitness News he really did it for Casey's father George. The 15-year-old gifted high school freshman said he doesn't have much money, but gave a substantial part of it to Casey Anthony
Miller said he needed to go to the memorial service to offer support and said it helped him as much as he hopes it helped George. "Giving any sort of charity, be it psychological or real like money, it really just makes you feel better inside, helps your psyche a lot," he said.
The Anthony family is having financial difficulties, but George did manage to deposit $125 into Casey's jail account.
VIDEO REPORT: Teen Explains Why He Donated
Casey Anthony Doll Wrapped In Flag
Doll Is Available On Ebay
POSTED: 5:59 pm EST February 23, 2009
UPDATED: 6:06 pm EST February 23, 2009
A "Casey Anthony" doll wrapped in an America flag is being sold on the auction site eBay.
The doll is the latest in a series of items people have tried to sell related to the case. Earlier, a Jacksonville company marketed a Caylee doll and someone was trying to sell Casey Anthony voodoo dolls on eBay.
Anthony is charged with first-degree murder in connection with the death of her daughter Caylee.
Here is a link to the flag-wrapped doll:
Casey Anthony case: Showdown looms over parents' depositions
posted by halboedeker on Feb 23, 2009 6:32:14 PM
The potential for fireworks in the Casey Anthony saga seems strong later this week.
George and Cindy Anthony's attorney says he will fight a plan to depose the couple in a defamation suit against their daughter, WESH-Channel 2 reported Monday.
The Anthonys are fragile emotionally, and questioning them in front of the press is ludicrous, attorney Brad Conway told WESH's Bob Kealing. Lee Anthony, Casey's brother, will be deposed this Friday, Kealing said.
In the murder case, Judge Stan Strickland could release another interview between investigators and Anthony private investigator Dominic Casey, Kealing reported. The release of another such interview generated headlines last week.
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