Remember Casey Anthony? She is the soulless creature in Florida who was acquitted of murdering her daughter Caylee and then covering up said murder with some whackadoo story about the kid being kidnapped by a babysitter? The only way that I can figure out that she would have been acquitted is because it was in Florida, America's wackiest and dimmest state. After having been in hiding since her improbably acquittal, she's now back in the news and there's a lot to take from this latest story.
Obviously, someone who seems to have been (and likely was) responsible for the death of their child is not going to be someone who has any sort of appropriate reaction to any sort of appropriate actions being taken against them. This is no exception. Casey has been in hiding since the surprising (and seemingly wrong) verdict was handed down. That seems like the smartest thing that she's done from the beginning of this fiasco, as there were plenty of nutjobs out there who wouldn't have thought twice about killing her. (I'm not saying that anyone deserves to be the victim of vigilante justice simply because someone doesn't agree with how the law played out in a particular instance. But I am saying that I'd be OK with about 2% vigilante justice. I'm also saying that I'd like to test this theoretical paradigm of justice out on Casey Anthony. See? Completely reasonable!)
According to People Magazine, Casey Anthony "... is angry that her required appearance will affect her plans to leave the country after her probation ends in August. She will now have to be available to testify." Yeah, it must be completely angering when the person whose good name you totally slandered (and essentially accused them of murder) is upset enough to sue you. How frustrating! I mean, she expected this to just be done. Let bygones be bygones and the past be the past! How dare this woman want to hold her accountable for her actions?! The nerve of some people, I swear...Sphere: Related Content