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Casey Anthony Not Guilty Of Murder: What Now For Terri Horman, Victim Of Another Media Witch Hunt?

by | 5th, July 2011

CASEY Anthony, 25, did not murder her daughter Caylee in June 2008. Casey Anthony did not kill her three-year-old daughter in 2008. And that is a shocker – because aspects of the media has been more than hinting at her guilt for months. Anorak readers may draw a link to the matter of Terri Homan, the victim of a witch hunt in the media in the case of her missing step-son, Kyron Horman.

On the matter of Casey Anthony, the New York Times described her thus:

A Florida mom accused of killing her 2-year-old daughter was partying, promoting night club events and even entered a bikini contest during the time her tot was missing, court witnesses testified today.

But Casey Anthony never murdered her child.

Anorak has reported on this case a few times. Back in October 2008, we told you could make money from missing Caylee. We told you that the media only ever notices when white children go missing.

On the charges levelled against Casey Anthony:

  • 1st degree murder (premeditated) – not guilty
  • aggravated manslaughter of a child – not guilty
  • aggravated child abuse – not guilty
  • false information to law enforcement – guilty on four counts

Casey Antony claims her daughter died in a accident. She says her father helped to bury her. He denies that.

Very soon you will see the mother on the TV and in the magazines. When the justice has been served, you just have the story. And you can make money with a story.

This is the story in photos:


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A spectator shows off a souvenir t-shirt while waiting outside the Orange County Courthouse to hear the announcement of the verdict in the Casey Anthony trial in Orlando, Fla., Tuesday, July 5, 2011.(AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack)

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