Yesterday, I walked down to my local bookstore, and bought true-crime writer Ann Rule's book, "But I Trusted You", (from her 'Crime Files' series, Volume 14- copyright 2009, Simon & Schuster). I was just reading along, when suddenly, on page 79 (of the paperback edition), I read, "Infamous female criminals like Susan Smith, Casey Anthony, and Dianne Downs have devised similar schemes, building castles in the sky out of diaphanous threads hooked to weak foundations. They all murdered their own children, sacrificing them to get what they wanted, to find perfect love. And there have been scores more women without conscience who have killed people who trusted them to achieve what they think will make them happy". It caught me by surprise to stumble across Casey's name like that, I guess because Casey has yet to even go to trial- and here it is stated as fact that Casey murdered her own child, and "sacrificed her" to get what she wanted. (Although I agree completely with Ms. Rule's assessment). I guess the way Casey would see it, is if Ann Rule is mentioning her in books, even referring to her as 'infamous', Casey has truly 'arrived'.