Good Behavior Gets Casey Anthony Released in 9 Days

Casey Anthony will be Released from Jail July 17

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.”
  • May I suggest some titles? How I Got Away with It or Beating the System for Dummies

  • Be Philanthropic: “I want to donate money to charities ? leukemia research, breast cancer, cervical cancer”
  • Or The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

  • 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.”
  • A lot of us in society would rather not have you walking around freely.

  • Get a mani/pedi: “Color on my toesies and acrylic nails — yes please. I want to embrace the many joys of being a lady.”
  • The acrylic dust is toxic. Breathe deep. And yes, they will be talking smack about you in Vietnamese.

  • 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.”
  • 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.


20 responses to “Good Behavior Gets Casey Anthony Released in 9 Days

  • Kini

    May she find the way of O.J.

  • lbwoodgate

    Until this gal shows some serious remorse she’s going to find a lot of social rejection for her “new” life.

  • beaglezmom

    I think her currency is attention more than acceptance at this point and with people as sociopathic as she is – negative attention is as good as positive.

    Grief comes in many forms – but it normal people it does come somehow – calling her dead child “Cays” and putting out a “I’m going to Disneyland-esque” statement like she just won the superbowl is gross and chilling. Hopefully enough to make people look away until she kills again.

    I think some folks should take her and her creepy father to a deserted island, tell her its a reality TV show, install fake cameras and leave them there.

    • beaglezmom

      Note – that sentence doesn’t read well. By “Look away” – I mean rob her of attention, and by until she kills again – because its inevitable. Once you kill and get away with it – you think you are above the law and can get out of anything.

  • Hansihansi

    I’ve worked in the California Criminal Justice system for thirty years as a Probation Officer, wrote sentencing reports, supervised felons; the whole nine yards. The prosecution screwed up and lost the case. Better a guilty person walks free than an innocent man condemned. The big question is: Why the hell did the whole country follow this story? It wasn’t exactly the ‘crime of the century’; shit like this is happening all the time. Sad but true. Bigger story is: Radical minority party holds nation hostage to push it’s extreme programs upon the majority that want no part of them.

    • Spinny Liberal

      Better a guilty person walks free than an innocent man condemned.

      I agree with this. But it’s harder to think like that when this chick will be skipping off to Target.

      I blame creepy Nancy Grace and people like myself who get a little too fixated and fascinated when we’re drawn in by the headlines.

  • lobotero

    I wrote about her recently and said that her life is over….she can go no where and do anything without scrutiny….so she will do a porn movie, get involved with drugs and be dead in 5 years…..thus everyone will have their revenge or as they like to call it….justice….

  • afrankangle

    Outstanding conclusion. Given the evidence, the jury was right … but that doesn’t mean she didn’t do it. .. and with you … go away!

  • nonnie9999

    i don’t really care about her or what happens to her. she has to live with what she has and hasn’t done. i think the bigger issue is how disgusting the media is. they’ll pay her big bucks just for ratings. they’ll allow her, and in turn, themselves to profit off the death of a little girl. the whole thing makes me want to vomit. imagine if they used the airtime they’ll waste on this narcissist to look for kids who are still missing and might actually be found if there was some media attention. they don’t want to waste their time on kids who might be less photogenic than caylee.

  • Terrance H.

    Spinny,

    Woodgate touched on this a bit, but I’ll take it a step further: I don’t think it matters if she shows remorse or not, because few would find it genuine if she did. No. I think more than mere social isolation awaits her. I think her life is over. Each time she shows her face in public, people are going to be whispering, some snickering, and most glaring at her in utter disgust. What person, sociopath or not, could deal with that on a long-term basis? She’s liable to commit suicide, or worse. And you also have to consider the possibility of someone putting two in her head. I don’t wish for that, but certainly it could happen.

    • Spinny Liberal

      Hmm. I don’t think a sociopath would care if people are talking smack about them – especially if they were “set” (got away with it, made money from it). That said, street justice is very much a possiblity.

      • Terrance H.

        Spinny,

        In my view, she’s almost Trump-sque. Meaning, a famewhore. I don’t see how someone like that could deal with utter social rejection, even if she is a sociopath. But I don’t know. The entire case was so absurd it’s almost like fiction.

      • Spinny Liberal

        I think she’s a famewhore, now. It wasn’t OJ-esque until Nancy Grace made it so. Now, she’ll profit from this absurdity. I wish it was fiction.

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