For the second time in as many weeks, Casey Anthony walks out of an Orange County Florida jail under a hail of spectators, cameras, microphones, reporters, and questions. Once again she had a previously paid bond amount of $500,000 paid for her release. Last time it was bounty hunter Leonard Padilla, but this time it is unknown who was responsible for her release.
Of course this brings up many feelings and questions for a lot of different people. Some believe that she still should remain in jail, some believe that she should face murder charges, some say that she needs to give up the location and the details on what happen to her daughter, three-year-old Caylee Anthony.
But here we are, Casey back out and back at home with her parents and her lawyer Jose Baez. I think we can rest assure the parents of Casey, George and Cindy Anthony, were not the ones who paid the bond, they had trouble the first time around and weren’t able to get the amount. For the other charges that law enforcement had on Casey, the bond on those charges have already been paid, with the most current one being paid through a local bail bond agency. After a call to that company, they of course would not say who it was that contracted them. Either way, those amounts were small patatoes. I even tossed around the idea of paying that just for giggles, but she was supposed to remain in jail until the $500,000 was paid. So who paid it? An organization representing Casey lawyer Jose Baez known as Press Corps media released the following statement on his behalf, “The individual posting the bond prefers to remain anonymous, and is doing it because of the belief that Ms. Anthony’s constitutional rights have been grossly violated.”
So who was the anonymous donor? Was it Nancy Grace? As much attention her show has been giving Casey, Cindy, George and Lee, would it be unexpected for her show to pay $500,000 in order to get Casey to agree to an exclusive interview? Well apparently ABC News’ 20/20 are denying reports that they offered up the money for an exclusive interview. Some how they ended up with exclusive home video though. Lets throw some more names in the hat too. Who can benefit from having Casey out? The alleged kidnappers? Bounty Hunter Leonard Padilla? Dr. Phil? John McCain? We may never know.
Not for nothin’, but there’s the question out there, why is Casey out of jail again? The real question should be, why can’t the Orange County Sheriffs Office get the proper evidence to keep her in jail? Is it because they don’t have it or can’t get it? To me, if its taking them this long to get evidence to charge her with some type of homicide then it might not happen.
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