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Thanks for the shoutout! Here's the series and here's my book
She's got a book too!
Fellow UK-er here, it is available on our Amazon here
edit - worked out how to add links properly - btw the book is only £2.83, amazing work u/Hysterymystery!!
I highly suggest you read this book, it changed my mind about everything. We were very mislead by what the media was reporting vs what was actually said/presented at trial.
Did you read this post and the rest of the series? (She wrote a book, too) There's even more evidence pointing towards the pool which would mean the "foolproof suffocation" was to kill herself.
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She literally Wrote a book about it claiming Casey Anthony is innocent.
It's important to also know that Casey and her family were all fucked in the head. Casey was a compulsive liar, she'd lie about things that could be easily disproven, even when she didn't have a reason to lie.
There's a really good book called "Everything you didn't know about the casey anthony trial" that goes into a lot of details about it.
FWIW, I also think that it was just an accident that the family tried to cover up.
Most of the 'smoking gun' evidence that the prosecution had was pretty easy to dismiss, easy enough.
One of the biggest witnesses in the case was George Anthony, but almost all of his testimony wasn't very reliable because he'd just lie. Like for no reason at all. He would also flip back and forth on the case. (Whenever he was on talk shows/ the news about the case he'd declare his daughter innocent but then would turn around- sometimes in the same day- and give police loads of 'incriminating evidence'- which was mostly made up IIRC)
The prosecution's' big pieces of evidence were the fact that Casey supposedly went out and partied for a month before reporting anything about her daughter and the fact that she had some pretty suspect things in the search history of the family computer. (Searches for "Foolproof Suffocation" for example). The only problem? Casey actually didn't go out and party. In the month following Caylee's death Casey only went out something like 3 or 4 times, and when she did go out she was either going to a lunch/dinner or helping her boyfriend with managing a club that he owned. (Which, imo, is still a horrible thing to do, but it doesn't exactly fit the narrative that the prosecution had where she was going out and getting shitfaced every night.) There's also a report from Casey's boyfriend that a night or two after Caylee died that Casey was sobbing by herself when she thought that he was asleep. (Casey seems to be a habitual people pleaser- which is actually supported in some of her lies.) It's also worth noting that the prosecution cross examined nearly every one of Casey's friends, and they all said that Casey was a great mother- although a bit absent minded- and none of them thought that Casey would kill her child.
Casey was also constantly on electronics/ social media, which can be seen from her browser history. On the Day that Caylee died internet usage was normal until the early afternoon- where it suddenly stops for about 45 minutes (IIRC). After this is when the search for foolproof suffocation happened. It's likely that Caylee drowned in the Anthony family pool (while both Casey and her dad were at the house), and after noticing that she hadn't heard from Caylee in a while, Casey found her daughters dead body in the pool. After this, she planned to kill herself by hanging (explaining the search history) but then her and her dad hid the body and covered it up instead. Still a crime imo though.
The reason that Casey was tried for first degree murder (among lesser charges) was so that the death penalty was on the table. When the death penalty is an option for sentencing, all of the jurors have to agree with the death penalty. The reason this was done is because people who agree with the death penalty tend to favor the prosecution and ask less questions.
Cindy Anthony (Caseys mother) is batshit fucking insane. When Casey was pregnant Cindy just flat out denied that Casey was going to have a baby. Multiple family and friends pleaded with the whole family to take Casey to the doctors and they refused- all the way up until 7 or 8 months.
The body of Caylee was actually called in something like 3 or 4 times, and the police just didn't really care. After that, the body was moved and tampered with by people who wanted a reward, so it wasn't able to be used as evidence.
TL;DR While the Casey Anthony case seems to scream murder at first glance, the whole family is fucked in the head, which massively complicates things. I also don't want to come off as super sympathetic towards the Anthony family because regardless if they actually killed Caylee they should at least be charged with manslaughter/criminal negligence. Like I mentioned earlier in my comment, I highly recommend this book, which goes into a lot more detail. It's actually a fascinating case, because the Anthony's were so fucked in the head that we couldn't use a normal baseline to judge them.
I've been enjoying your contributions to this sub as a long time lurker but your news made me finally create an account so I could congratulate you - so, congrats and well done! Also, for the peoples in mainland Europe, the book can be bought in EUR right here
You can also try editing the URL; for example, the UK site is amazon.co.uk, so if you edit the URL, replacing the final ".com" with ".co.uk", that yields
That seems to work fairly well.
This post links to the final part. Previous parts are linked at the top of the page.
You can also read it in ebook form via Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B079WKF7J8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_ep_dp_KglIAbF4H5CKR