Tuesday, April 05, 2011
'Killer Groupies' Obsessed With The Casey Anthony Case Come Crawling Out of The Woodwork as Casey's Trial Looms And Call Me, See Casey “Muffin" Anthony Photos.
I had wriiten extensively on the murder of Caylee Anthony, after going through all the police reports, and everything indicated that at the very least Casey Anthony was negligent, in most likely, leaving the child in a vehicle in the Florida heat for an extended period of time and the child died.
In the last several days I have received several phone calls from what could be termed 'Killer Groupies' Obsessed with the Casey Anthony case who have called me and solicited my opinion on the case, look, she did it, case closed.
Orlando Sentinel April 5th, 2011. Obsession with Casey Anthony case adds to circus atmosphere. As Casey Anthony's murder trial approaches, a new level of weirdness has settled in around the case: A recent wave of obsessed court watchers and fanatics have tried to inject themselves into the story, only adding to the circus atmosphere.
The latest example is Michigan prison inmate Curtis Jackson, whose handwritten motion filed late Monday asked for defense attorney Jose Baez's withdrawal from the case. Jackson's claim— that there was "an attorney-client breakdown" between Baez and Anthony — caused a brief media frenzy. Baez quickly dispelled that notion during a lengthy interview on national television Tuesday, 4/05/2011.
"He writes all kinds of things from having knowledge about the case and having knowledge about what actually happened to Caylee," Baez told In Session, while explaining the parties in the case have heard from Jackson before. "There's absolutely no way he has any connection to this case, ever."
Like it or not, experts say, Casey Anthony has developed a certain "celebrity" thanks to the intense media coverage of her case and her relative attractiveness. And that status, in large part, helps draw admirers, unofficial advocates and trial groupies all looking to share the spotlight, MORE FROM THIS SOURCE...
Casey Anthony Used Chloroform To Knock Caylee Anthony Out And left Her In A Car While She Went Partying So Says Jailhouse Snitch Robyn Adams A Drug Dealer Whose Husband Was A Cop !
Did Casey Anthony tell a jailhouse friend a detail only her daughter’s killer would know? Not long after remains of 2-year-old Caylee were found in December 2008, Anthony told fellow inmate Robyn Adams that investigators found the bones in a black garbage bag with a baby blanket.
That last detail — the baby blanket — wasn’t public knowledge at the time. “Casey Anthony had knowledge of items only the suspect, certain law enforcement personnel and the certain medical examiner’s personnel knew,” an Orange County sheriff’s detective wrote in a report that was among more than 500 pages released Tuesday.
Among the documents were copies of dozens of jailhouse letters Anthony wrote Adams while the two were incarcerated in the Orange County Jail. They provide the first public insight into what Anthony has been doing, who she has been talking to and her state of mind in the months since her arrest in 2008.
Casey Anthony addressed Adams as “Cookie” and signed off with a nickname, “Muffin.” Her choice of topics, written in a tall, up-and-down script, range from the lighthearted to the serious:
•Planning an RV trip with Adams.
•Complaining about her mother not showing up to see her in court.
•Accusations of sexual abuse (by who ?).
•Her faith in God.
•Her desire to brush up on her Spanish (escape to Costa Rica).
•The struggles of being a single mother living at home with her parents (and nights out partying).
ROBYN ADAMS-White-F- Release Date 04-06-2017 -TALLAHASSEE Federal CI .
Casey Anthony told Robyn Adams, a drug dealer (her husband was a Florida cop) who is has now serving time in federal prison (TALLAHASSEE Federal CI), that she used to give Caylee something to help her sleep so Anthony could go out at night, according to investigators’ interview with Adams.
Bill Warner Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM.