Friday, September 7, 2012

Video: George Anthony congratulates Jeff Ashton on win

The following video shows George Anthony, Casey Anthony's father, as he congratulates Jeff Ashton on his win for the state attorney's seat.

Videos: Casey Anthony's parents, George and Cindy Anthony, Dr. Phil interview

The following is the full interview with George and Cindy Anthony on the Dr. Phil show. The interview took two days, and is a good look at what George and Cindy think about Casey and what happened to Caylee.

Video: Jeff Ashton talks losing Casey Anthony case

Video: Jeff Ashton talks losing Casey Anthony case

Monday, September 3, 2012

Zenaida Gonzalez arrested (video)

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The woman suing Casey Anthony for defamation was arrested in an undercover, Florida sting on August 17, 2012. Zenaida Gonzalez, 41, is accused of selling a Four Loco drink to a minor while working at a Circle K store. It is important to remember that an arrest does not equate guilt and Gonzalez is presumed innocent until proven otherwise. Gonzalez was released from jail on a $250 bond.
Gonzalez made headline news in July 2008, when Casey Anthony stated to authorities that her missing daughter, Caylee Anthony, was last seen with a nanny named Zenaida Fernandez Gonzalez. Though the investigation would prove that no such woman existed, the real Zenaida Gonzalez stated her life was ruined by the claims. The law firm of Morgan and Morgan represents Gonzalez and it is estimated a civil trial will begin in January 2013.
According to John Morgan, Gonzalez was forced to go into hiding, lost her job, and received multiple threatening phone calls as many believed she was responsible for Caylee’s disappearance. Caylee Anthony’s remains were located on December 11, 2008, less than one mile from the home she shared with her mother and grandparents.
The current charges facing Gonzalez are not expected to have any bearing on the civil suit.
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Read Casey Anthony jailhouse letters

Though the murder trial against Casey Anthony may be over and the Florida mother was acquitted in the death of her two-year-old daughter, Caylee, that doesn't mean the search for justice has finished. While Casey Anthony was in jail, she wrote a series of letters that provide one of the most in-depth looks into Anthony's mind ever revealed.

Since the trial, Anthony has refused to conduct public interviews and chose not to testify during her May-July 2011 trial. The jailhouse letters provide a new viewpoint for those seeking to understand the truth of the actions from June 2008 that ultimately culminated in the remains of a nearly three-year old girl found less than a mile form her mother's home.

Casey Anthony Jailhouse Letters

Photos of Caylee Anthony's remains shown to jury in Casey Anthony trial

On June 9, 2011, the jury in the case against accused Florida mom of murder, Casey Anthony, witnessed graphic photos of Caylee Anthony’s remains.  Casey Anthony is charged with first degree murder in the June 16, 2008 death of her then two-year-old daughter.  The state alleges that Casey Anthony drugged Caylee with chloroform then placed duct tape over her mouth and nose.  The defense argues that Caylee Anthony drowned in the family swimming pool.  Caylee Anthony’s remains were located on December 11, 2008 just blocks from Casey Anthony’s home.

Warning!  You may see photos of Caylee Anthony’s remains in the slideshow to the left.  The photos of Caylee’s skull have been blurred.  These photos may prove disturbing to some.

Casey Anthony Trial VideosThe photos were too disturbing for George and Cindy Anthony to view and they left the courtroom before the images were shown; they did not return back to the courtroom.  The jurors and those in the courtroom saw the photos unedited.

Casey Anthony Photos

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