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A bit of positive news about Casey Anthony today!
Yesterday, it was revealed through some of the letter's Casey wrote while in prison that she had ambitions of writing a memoir following her acquittal. She intended to write an advice about love, life and God. Though she surely has a lot to say, she probably will never get to say it in that forum. The outrage people feel now for her is most likely never to change and according to publishing experts, that leaves her penning dreams in a dead end place. As one source explains:
"Publishers have a long memory and after the public outcry that led to the canceled publication of the O.J. Simpson book ['If I Did It'], everyone will think twice before offering Casey a deal … Even if she decided to tell the whole truth in the book, which she could because she couldn't be tried again because of double jeopardy, who would want to give their hard earned money to her."
No one we know! Certainly not us! The only relief we have over this whole ordeal is the knowledge that this woman has nothing waiting for her in the years to come. Who in their right mind is going to hire her? Who would think to marry her? Who would dare start a family with he?r! In all honesty, if we were her, we would've opted for prison. She'd been better off going to jail!
Save it, honey! No one cares to hear a THING from you!
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