$822,470 ya’ll


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  1. Kim
    Jul 29, 2011 @ 19:26:56

    The Orange County Sheriff’s Office spent nearly $300,000 investigating the Casey Anthony case.

    That brings the estimated investigative and prosecution costs attributed to the case to more than half a million dollars. It also brings the documented cost in public dollars spent on the Casey Anthony case overall to more than $822,470.



  2. Louise
    Jul 29, 2011 @ 21:00:19

    Hi Kim; I have been out of the computer land for the last couple of weeks, due to holidays and just too much gardening etc. to contend with, but really I just got so upset at the verdict I really couldn’t write about it. The thing I am hearing a lot, is that, no matter what deal she cuts, as long as it is done outside of the States she can hide all her money, just like O.J. She will never pay her debts. I was thinking that if people waited until she actually got the money in her hot little hands, that would be the time to issue these documents to the courts. But even so, it is pretty hard to collect, if you have a smart enough lawyer to keep you out of the fray. I am so sick about how it all turned out. I never thought in a million years that she would go free. I’m still in shock. All that’s left is KARMA. Unfortunately up here in Canada we had to deal with a similar injustice, different circumstances. Even so, atleast the defendent spent 7 years in jail before being released. She took off to Bermuda got married and had children – THE INFAMOUS KARLA HOMOLKA. You can google it, if you have any interest. It was one of the worst crimes at the time, in Canada. Paul Bernardo her husband at the time, is still in jail.

    How are you my dear? Hot enough for you ??? Off to bed but just wanted to let you know I haven’t forsaken your blog. ttyl.


    • Kitt
      Jul 29, 2011 @ 21:47:01

      I don’t mean to nose in, but eewwww…I remember Karla Homolka. Wow, a husband and children. Hhm. JMO, but she doesn’t deserve to enjoy the pleasure of having a family.


    • Kim
      Jul 30, 2011 @ 09:36:10

      Hi Louise!!! I am glad you got to step away for a bit. I remember that sad and sickening story all too well.

      My true fear is that casey will breed again, out of spite for not just her mother this time, but the entire world!!

      How bloody awful


  3. offthecuff
    Jul 30, 2011 @ 09:35:18

    Should LE have spent that much on investigation? Was it all necessary?

    Was there overkill? When is enough evidence enough?

    Lots of what was investigated, such as cell phone pings, wasn’t even used in court.

    Seems to me that the 31 days and confirmed lies about the nanny and job were enough, along with Cadaver dogs and Vass.

    Of course, now $822,470 seems like all a waste. If $822, 470 couldn’t put her away, could anything less? For many of us, yes. We wouldn’t need all the icing to determine guilt. But LE wanted that slam dunk. They knew they would be up against jury sympathy.


  4. Kim
    Jul 30, 2011 @ 09:37:33

    To answer you weather question


    Luckily there was a hurricane south of us and we did finally get a bit of rain!


  5. Dawgbert
    Jul 30, 2011 @ 10:02:37

    Kim, Good morning. When does that lying little slut
    have to start paying court fines? She owes over
    $5,000 dollars on check fraud charges and $4000
    dollars on lying to LE. I don’t think you can plead
    indigent on court fines. I am under the impression
    you either make arrangements with the court to make
    payments or you spend time in jail instead of the fines.


    • Kim
      Jul 30, 2011 @ 11:08:59

      Good morning Dawg!

      I don’t have a clue as to when she needs to pay up – imo they should have thought of that before they let her go


  6. Dawgbert
    Jul 30, 2011 @ 11:32:07

    That’s what probation is for. You go to probation office
    and pay probation fee and part of the fine every month.
    OCSD is clueless.


  7. Dawgbert
    Jul 30, 2011 @ 11:43:53

    How long till Mason, Baez and Macaluso cut this expensive
    slut loose?


  8. Kim
    Jul 30, 2011 @ 11:58:45

    I still think she is in Orange


  9. Kim
    Jul 30, 2011 @ 12:01:26

    Dawg – I am surprised they are still baby sitting her


    • Dawgbert
      Jul 30, 2011 @ 12:27:54

      The defense has been quiet on the probation issue. I guess
      no one wanted to spend all weekend working on motions
      for the little slut. Al Tayor just hired an attorney to sue
      Baez and c.That makes lawsuits 4 lawsuits on c and 2
      on Bozo. Even if they win all the lawsuits they still
      have to use lawyers to defend themselves. I am sure the
      brillant Spanish Bozo had no idea the bills this wench would
      rack up.


  10. Dawgbert
    Jul 30, 2011 @ 12:30:02

    Baez had better start begging Spindy and George Marie to
    please take her back. LOL!!!!!!!!!!!


  11. Kim
    Jul 30, 2011 @ 12:50:56

    What about the probation controversy? WFTV legal analyst Bill Sheaffer said, “It’s like adding salt to an open wound because there are so many people that believe justice was denied in the murder case. They want justice in any form.”

    Sheaffer agreed that Anthony could serve probation out of state.



    • Dawgbert
      Jul 30, 2011 @ 17:58:44

      Kim the probation thing could go either way. But here
      is an interesting take that I had not seen posted yet.
      Maybe good ole JBP will help put her on probation:

      “Bainbridge said a document called the “order of probation” from Anthony’s sentencing on Jan. 25, 2010, is “clear as a bell” and refers to probation starting upon Anthony’s release from jail. The minutes are not so specific, she said, and Strickland is set to sign amended minutes early next week.
      Following contact with a probation official Friday, Perry spoke to the clerk’s office and requested the change, Bainbridge said.”
      “We’re amending it because Judge Perry has asked us to amend it,” she said. “He didn’t say why or what his intent was.”


  12. Kim
    Jul 30, 2011 @ 13:21:33


  13. Kim
    Jul 30, 2011 @ 18:51:22

    “She served her time. She served her probation. Ethically, we do not think the court has jurisdiction,” spokesman Randy Means said. “Had it not been this way, we’d like to see her in the community serving probation.”


  14. Dawgbert
    Jul 31, 2011 @ 07:20:17

    Kim, this guy Randy Means keeps changing his story.
    He must be the one who screwed up:
    “The state attorney’s office spokesman said the Department of Corrections policy allows defendants to serve probation while still in jail and not under sentence.”I read the order,” said state attorney’s spokesman Randy Means. “The order said she was supposed to begin when she was released from her sentence.”


  15. Dawgbert
    Jul 31, 2011 @ 07:34:22

    What does Baez see in that lying little slut?
    Here is a pic of Baez’s wife:


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