Bankrupt Casey Anthony interviewed by KPHO CBS in Phoenix

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  1. BChand

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    lol yep, let's seem them walk outside "anywhere" with that sign and see what reaction they get.
     


  2. strawberry

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  3. ScarlettScarpetta

    ScarlettScarpetta When the going gets tough, drink coffee

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    I have been back and forth to this thread because I don't want to say the wrong thing.. but for petes sake. I don't understand this. This is just the most screwed up case in history.
     
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    I've got so many questions and am trying to tiptoe into this.

    Casey Anthony, the young Florida mother acquitted of murdering her 2-year-old daughter, filed for bankruptcy protection late Friday night in Florida.

    "This (bankruptcy filing) has nothing to do with yesterday's decision by the 5th Circuit (Court of Appeals)," said Greene. "This document took weeks to prepare. Casey's legal team has deliberated over this since the trial was continued, and even before then."

    http://www.kpho.com/story/20714160/casey-anthony-declares-bankruptcy-talks-exclusively-to-cbs-5
     
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    Can anyone give a quick recap of what she says?
     
  7. strawberry

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    Yep wherever she was hiding on probation she was able to tan in a bathing suit.
     
  8. believe09

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    Umm, wow, what's with the (fill in the name of any discount store) dress?

    OK, I lost the point of the thread for a moment.

    Should we throw up a poll on whether or not anyone cares if she is being held back from living her life?
     
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    :floorlaugh:

    OR, you prepared it advance in the event the court ruled the way it did.

    Either or.
     
  10. ThinkTank

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    Judging by the big SMILES on Greene in his interview after the Appeal Court ruling ... CBS must have PAID HIM for these new photos and bankruptcy news! That's what keeps Greene and the firm working for "Team Casey" even though they were not getting paid by her.
     
  11. believe09

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    It is very hard not to quote more than 10% of the article. People have come out of the woodwork and filed financial claims against Casey. Huh. Imagine that.

    I think there is a really really good case for some of these being non dischargeable. Like LE and the IRS. JMO.
     
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    Is financial compensation for those pictures disclosable? FWIW, if those snaps are the best they could come up with....yikes. Just sayin.
     
  13. strawberry

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    Wonder how much KPHO paid for the story and the pics?
     
  14. LolaMoon08

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    Wait... she owes Jose 500,000.00????:floorlaugh:
     
  15. believe09

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    Sorry folks, I will try and make this the last one... :floorlaugh:
     
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    I'm going to file a claim against her now too for pain and suffering and the cost of the tranquilizers I am going to need watching her constantly get her way after murdering her toddler.
     
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    Waiting to hear from an attorney on this, because I know very little about bankruptcy, but the article says the filing includes:

    #1. a list of nearly 100 names who could "potentially pursue claims"

    It goes on to list:

    #2. "possible financial claims" of Baez, along with the state and city debts assessed by the court in her trial.

    My questions:
    #1. I thought bankruptcy was to settle existing debt - not something that could exist in future. Why would, for instance ZFG need to prove whether or not a potential claim was dischargeable (although one section of the bankruptcy code does exempt "for willful and malicious injury by the debtor to another entity or to the property of another entity").

    #2 First, those agency debts listed are not "possible claims" they are actual owed debt, and except for Baez' per court decree. IIRC we were told the $ related to her trial and owed to those governmental agencies cannot be discharged via bankruptcy. Of those listed, wouldn't only what she owed to Baez be dischargeable?
     
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    Just as an aside, can't you guys hear all of the conversation around the water cooler post acquittal? "Nooo, dont worry. Once the financial offers start rolling in, your bill will be paid and then some."

    She had an offer on the table that would have cleared these bills, but wasnt it withdrawn? 1 Million dollars for some kind of skin flick?

    Poor Casey. Thwarted at every turn.
     
  20. strawberry

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    Green says she listed Hopespring as her address because it was her last permanent address. Bullhockey. What is the definition of permanent? Her last longest address was jail. She should have listed that.
     
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