Yesterday, Judge Belvin Perry ordered that the 2008 previously unseen video footage of Casey Anthony's reaction to the news that her daughter Caylee's remains were discovered, as she sat in the jail infirmary, rocking back and forth, be released to the public.
Although it had been previously sealed throughout the trial because another judge had ruled it to be "inflammatory," Perry has ruled that:
"There is no reasonable expectation of privacy in jail."
We'll let you draw your own conclusions from it (above).
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A lot of people will probably be pleased to hear this, given the fact that she's being called "one of the most hated women in America."
Today, Judge Belvin Perry ordered Casey Anthony to pay $97,676.98 to the state of Florida to cover costs associated with the investigation of Caylee Anthony's disappearance.
The judge ruled that Casey must pay these costs because she was convicted of lying to law enforcement about her daughter's disappearance, and she allowed them to devote time AND money to an investigation, when she already knew that Caylee was dead.
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Probably a smart move. These folks are not exactly what you would call "popular" right now.
Judge Belvin Perry, who presided over the Casey Anthony trial, has announced that he won't release the names of the jurors until Oct. 25 at the earliest.
Here's what he had to say about it in a statement:
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