Casey Anthony Caught on Tape

The trouble just doesn't seem to end with Casey Anthony. Surveillance tape released Wednesday shows her on a shopping spree with someone else's money. The state released this surveillance video, showing 22-year-old Casey Anthony shopping at different Central Florida stores. Authorities say Casey Anthony used stolen checks from her one-time best friend, and then spent the money in stores, including Target. Meanwhile, the Orange County, Florida grand jury is expected to meet on October 14th to consider more serious charges against Casey Anthony in the death of her daughter Caylee. Three-year-old Caylee was reported missing in July, but her mother tells police she hasn't seen the girl since June.
Casey's lawyer won't say whether he expects her to be indicted on homicide charges. But the attorney says they've been preparing for the worst. The sheriff's office has declined further comment on the case.

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  • by Friend Location: Laurel, Maryland on Feb 13, 2009 at 05:14 AM
    I'm doing the Casey & Caylee Anthony case for my case study for my high school forensic class & I've never ever heard of such a bad mother. How do you forget about your child? How do you even kill your own child? There are many MANY parents out there who would love to have a child but can't. She should have given her to her parents if she didn't want her or give her up for adoption. Why put her in the pain & kill her? Casey Anthony is a horrible ungratful & selfish mother. She should be ashamed of herself for doing that. Doing this case study I learned alot more then I knew about this case & it makes me feel bad for Caylee even more everyday. I hope she lays in peace with God.
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