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Latest Letters To Casey Anthony

WESH 2 has redacted the contact information of the senders.

The letters are hilarious, Enjoy!


CBS 20,000 Dollar Casey Anthony Photos


New Caylee Anthony Photos released by CBS

CBS News last year paid $20,000 to George and Cindy Anthony to license photos and other material.  Here are the new photos released by CBS.


Casey Anthony Case: The New Judge

On Monday, Strickland granted a motion filed by Casey’s attorneys asking that he rescue himself. Casey’s defense team argued that comments the judge made to a blogger showed he was prejudiced against Anthony.

Order on Defendant’s Motion to Disqualify Trial Judge

Orange County Chief Judge Belvin Perry has taken over the high-profile case.  He has been Chief Judge for nearly 13 years and has sat on the bench in central Florida for 21 years.

Perry is known as a no-nonsense, brass tacks kind of judge.  This differs greatly from Strickland, who is viewed as a more laid-back, congenial jurist.

In ten years of hearing criminal cases, including murder trials, only one of Perry’s ruling have been overturned by a higher court.

Chief Judge Belvin Perry, Jr.

Judicial Assignments

  • 2001-2010 Chief Judge, Ninth Judicial Circuit
  • 1999-2001 Circuit Judge, Orange County Civil
  • 1995-1999 Chief Judge, Ninth Judicial Circuit
  • 1992-1995 Circuit Judge, Orange County Criminal
  • 1991 Administrative Circuit Judge, Osceola County
  • 1989-1990 Circuit Judge, Osceola County


  • Juris Doctor: Thurgood Marshall School of Law, Texas Southern University (1977)
  • Masters of Education Degree: Tuskegee University (1974)
  • Bachelor of Science Degree, History: Tuskegee University (1972)

Professional Activities

  • Chair, Trial Court Budget Commission
  • Member, Texas Bar Association
  • Member, Orange County Bar Association
  • Member, The Florida Bar


Evidence Photos Shown to George & Cindy during Deposition


Read Casey Anthony’s JailHouse Letters

Casey wrote these 50 letters to another inmate in a neighboring cell at the Orange County Jail.

Read them here.

And the latest jailhouse investigation report here.

Inmate Robyn Adams, with whom Anthony exchanged 50 letters while incarcerated, told investigators that Casey Anthony told her that she sometimes used “stuff” to put her daughter to sleep. Another inmate, Maya Derkovic, said Anthony told her a similar story, but never said how she “knocked out” the toddler, according to the documents released today.


The Men Involved With Casey Anthony

Sean Daly, a high school friend who claims he last seen Casey on July 5th 2008.

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Brandon Snow aka “The Snowman” dated Casey from 2006 to 2007.

He last saw her at the anything but clothes party.


Ricardo Morales met Casey at a party in 2007.

Caylee would sleep in the same bed as Casey and Ricardo.

June 9th 2008 was the last night they slept over together.


Jesse Grund thought he was Caylee’s father but DNA results said no.

He was engaged to marry Casey Anthony.


Anthony “Tony” Rusciano is a friend of Jesse Grund.

He lost his job as a rookie cop for lying about his affair with Casey.


Anthony “Tony” Lazzaro began dating Casey in June 2008.

Casey moved in with him. He was told the baby is with the nanny.

Tony Lazzaro and Casey

Mark Hawkins, an active duty marine stationed at 29 Palms, CA.

Casey and Mark communicated almost daily.

Casey told him she was planning a trip to see him to tell him some crazy news she had to say in person.


Jose Baez. Casey Anthony’s unqualified lawyer.

Many think this relationship is more than just business.

Missing Florida Girl


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Casey Anthony Civil Case in Photos


Casey Anthony’s Reaction To Caylee’s Body Being Found

Orange County Corrections Lt. Tammy Unser describes to
detectives Casey’s reaction to discovery of a body.

Casey collapsed in a chair after viewing WFTV-Channel 9 news report about child remains discovered near her family home on Dec. 11.

She never appeared to cry but continued to breathe rapidly.

Tammy escorts Casey to the medical clinic around 11:35 a.m. so she could view the TV and “see what was happening” This is before Jose arrived. The mental health staff was on hand to watch her and offer services if needed.

“She walked into the medical clinic and immediately looked at the TV, which was on Ch. 9,” Tammy says in the taped interview.

After she collapsed, Casey’s hands became sweaty and red blotches appeared on her neck.

She didn’t look at the TV anymore but she could hear reports about the body of a small child found near the Anthony home. She definitely heard all of that,Tammy says.

After 10 minutes, the mental health staff determined Casey Anthony had “had enough.”

Tammy escorted Casey to a conference room where a psychologist spoke to her. He wanted to make sure she wasn’t going to harm herself, says Tammy.

Casey assures both Tammy and the psychologist that she would not.

Casey requests a sedative and asked when Jose was going to arrive. Tammy told her that she assumed he was on his way.

Casey asked Tammy to sit with her because “she didn’t want to be alone.”

Casey continues to breathe rapidly and talk fast. She doesn’t talk about her case, Tammy says.

Casey did tell the corrections officer that she could not break down and cry “because this isn’t real.”

Casey then starts talking about football — the national championship.

Jose arrives around noon and met with her for about 90 minutes.

Tammy watched the two — who met in another room.

Tammy told detectives that Baez “told her what he thought and what had occurred.”

Tammy then sees Casey “break down” and cry, prompting Jose to ask for some tissues.

Eventually, Casey settles down and she returns to her cell.

She asked to take a shower — she spent about 10 minutes in the shower, Tammy says.

Casey reported the sedative did help settle her stomach.

Tammy said this was not typical behavior for Casey. She has never requested a sedative before and rarely showed emotion.

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Source: Orlando Sentinel