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    nums24 Praying for Justice!

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    Baez Faces Foreclosure On Home

    http://www.wesh.com/news/24425702/detail.html

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    In a foreclosure complaint, Baez's creditor, U.S. Bank, claimed, "the installment which became due on the note and mortgage on Sept. 1, 2009, and each payment thereafter have not been paid."

    In the mortgage he signed, Baez financed $601,000. He agreed to pay $4,500 a month plus interest. In the foreclosure complaint filed in May, he owed $655,000.


    Video Report: http://www.wesh.com/video/24427582/index.html
     
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    Casey's Parents Save Home From Foreclosure

    http://www.wftv.com/news/24427998/detail.html

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    Cindy is on disability and George lost his job. Lipton would not tell WFTV the amount of the new mortgage payment, but said it is 31 percent of their anticipated income.

    &#8220;It was reduced to what they can afford,&#8221; Lippman said.

    Ana Biascoechea also lives in east Orange County. When she learned about the Anthonys&#8217; new settlement, she wasn't too happy. She has been trying to modify her loan through Bank of America for more than a year. WFTV found some cases can take up to two years
     
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    Casey Anthony: Does Jose Baez&#8217;s foreclosure problem matter to Casey Anthony case?

    http://blogs.orlandosentinel.com/en...-casey-anthony-case.html?wpmp_switcher=mobile

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    In the report, Kealing recounted the money troubles of people associated with the Anthony case. Her parents, George and Cindy Anthony, have faced losing their home, too. Kealing reminded viewers that Casey&#8217;s $275,000 defense fund is gone. In a memorable visual, the words &#8220;275,000 Anthony defense fund&#8221; evaporated on screen.
     
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    mysticrose The key to change... is to let go of fear

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    Casey Anthony Meets With Psychologist
    Anthony, 24, Charged With First-Degree Murder In Daughter's Death

    POSTED: Wednesday, July 28, 2010
    UPDATED: 7:50 pm EDT July 28, 2010


    ORLANDO, Fla. -- As Casey Anthony prepares for her upcoming death penalty trial on first-degree murder charges, a mental health expert has begun examining the 24-year-old.

    VIDEO: 4-Hour Jail Meeting
    A psychologist who specializes in traumatic events has been visiting Anthony in the Orange County Jail.

    Defense attorney Jose Baez said attorneys must explore potential mental health issues in any death penalty case.

    http://www.clickorlando.com/news/24429586/detail.html
     
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    The Osceola County home of Casey Anthony attorney Jose Baez is in foreclosure proceedings in court, the now well-known defense attorney confirmed this afternoon.

    http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news...y-case-baez-foreclosur20100728,0,198737.story

    When asked about the foreclosure case, Baez said, "I think it's personal."

    "It has nothing to do with my case, my business and anything that has to do with Casey Anthony," he said. "I'll probably keep the house, even though it's worth half of what I owe."
     
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