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Casey Anthony Fleeing Country?

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Casey Anthony Probation Ending

Is Casey Anthony planning on flying the coop?

According to a source close to the alleged child murderer, she already has her passport and can hardly wait until her probation ends. The source said.

"Casey recently got a United States passport. She wants to be able to leave the country as she pleases and plans to leave Florida immediately. Casey has been counting down the days for this day, and she feels like she has been in jail for this past year because of safety concerns. Casey just wants to get on with her life, and it may just be that doing so in a foreign country is the best thing for her."

It sounds like Casey is going to make the U.S. history! And good riddance!

But we do have some bad news for Casey: they don't like (alleged) child murderers in other countries either.

And they get the news!

In any case, Casey only has a few months before having to return to a Florida courtroom to defend her (alleged, we guess) defamation of Zenaida Gonzalez

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8 comments to “Casey Anthony Fleeing Country?”



  1. 1

    She's not an "alleged" child murderer. She had a trial and - like it or not - the jury declared her not guilty. Not too hard to understand, n'est-ce pas?



  2. 2

    I highly doubt that she already has a passport…

    If her probation does not currently allow her to travel outside the country she would not be allowed to apply for a passport. Even if she was allowed to travel outside the country she would have to receive written permission from her parole officer.



  3. 3

    ….how bout syria !?….



  4. 4

    How about Mexico or India?

  5. microfiche says – reply to this


    5

    Re: overthere

    Yes, legally, she is not a child murderer; however, as long as people are entitled to have opinions, "alleged" is an appropriate word to use. "Alleged' means is to 'assert without proof'. People believe, rightly or wrongly, that she killed her child.



  6. 6

    She can do what she wants but I feel sorry for her daughter who I am convined she killed.

  7. Barblahblah says – reply to this


    7

    Re: overthere – : Re: overthere –
    Yes, legally, she is not a child murderer; however, as long as people are entitled to have opinions, "alleged" is an appropriate word to use. "Alleged' means is to 'assert without proof'. People believe, rightly or wrongly, that she killed her child.
    WHAT? Ok no alleged does not apply here, EXACTLY as overthere stated, she was alleged to have done something by the government, it was found to be untrue so no, if you can't get over it making up bullshit stories just so you can still say allegedly she did the crime is more Perez bullshit. If that is the way it is, I'll have to rethink what I can and can't say… So I can say Perez Hilton is an alleged criminal or can I actually say the little boy Perez is nothing but a lying, slanderous gossip queen wannabe.

  8. TAM says – reply to this


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    Well I must say if she applied for a passport, her status shows she does NOT have one! And It only takes 7-10 days. Once again the hosebag and/or her friend are LIARS!