I suppose I should be more specific. Good behavior in jail gets Casey Anthony released next week. That and time served. I guess the legal eagles were right – about this. Casey is giddy. And based on some of her letters written in jail, she has plans:
- Write a book: a “partial memoir/comedy/relationship advice book for those not in the know.”
- Be Philanthropic: “I want to donate money to charities ? leukemia research, breast cancer, cervical cancer”
- Go shopping: “I could use a day at Target myself. Just to walk around the store, to be a part of society. I want to go grocery shopping.”
- Get a mani/pedi: “Color on my toesies and acrylic nails — yes please. I want to embrace the many joys of being a lady.”
- Have kids: “It was like having Cays all over again. I’ve thought about adopting, which even sounds weird to me saying it, but there are so many children that deserve to be loved.”
May I suggest some titles? How I Got Away with It or Beating the System for Dummies
Or The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
A lot of us in society would rather not have you walking around freely.
The acrylic dust is toxic. Breathe deep. And yes, they will be talking smack about you in Vietnamese.
Oh my God. Did she really go there?
I honestly didn’t want to write about this case again. It’s depressing as hell. The early release and these letters just made my head spin so much that I had to get it out. Except for “having the Cays,” most of the letters are about shopping, plucking her eyebrows, wearing flip flops, and getting her teeth whitened and nails done.
Sociopathic. At this point, all we can hope for is karmic justice. Luckily, her sentences can be very heavy-handed and harsh.