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    The media will leak her location in the hopes of dragging out this ratings bonanza a bit longer.
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    I think anyone around her, if she sets foot out in public and is recognized, will spill her location to every available media outlet. She won't disappear for long. I feel bad for any possible lookalikes out there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cupcake View Post
    TMZ will find her
    Pretty much! LOL


    Casey Anthony: Is She in California?

    By Stephen M. Silverman
    Tuesday July 19, 2011 08:15 AM EDT

    Casey Anthony upon her release
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    Missing since her release from the Florida jail where she been for three years, Casey Anthony could be in Carlsbad, Calif., near San Diego, according to a Tuesday morning report on NBC's Today show.

    Tracking the ownership of the Pilatus PC-12 private jet that whisked Anthony, 25, out of Orlando to points unknown last Sunday morning, NBC News pointed to California attorney Todd Macaluso, who at one point had been a member of Casey's defense team and had given her $70,000.

    Macaluso's firm maintains an office at the Palomar Airport in Carlsbad. Its private plane, says the firm's website, "enables us to travel anywhere within the United States in seven hours."

    There are also reports that Macaluso, who did not speak to NBC for the story, left Anthony's defense team early last year after running into trouble with the California Bar.

    The plane carrying Anthony is believed to have taken a circuitous route before landing at John Wayne Airport, in Orange County, Calif., said NBC.

    The Phoenix Fox TV station KSAZ reports that one of the stops could have been Prescott, Ariz.

    NBC also reported that the IRS has placed a tax lien against Anthony, and that one of her moneymaking plans might be to hold a pay-per-view TV interview.

    Casey Anthony: Where Is She? : People.com

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    She needs guys with MACHINE GUNS to protect her?

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    I sure hope the rest of her life is hell. Or that she fucks up again and gets nailed to the fucking wall. Such a cunt!!

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    Those cops escorting her look PISSED.
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    Quote Originally Posted by baked_tater View Post
    The land of Jerry Springer and Drew Carey!

    One is Cincinnati and one is Cleveland - a mere 250 miles from each other.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greysfang View Post
    Those cops escorting her look PISSED.
    I know - LOL. The one has his hand on his weapon as if he is thinking "hmmm could I get away with accidentally shooting her?"
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    Exactly! He's like "All it takes is one shot and I can put this b* out of his misery."

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    Default Casey Anthony Only Googled ‘Chloroform’ Once

    Due to some mystifying computer error, the computer programmer who told police that a comically evil Casey Anthony googled "chloroform" 84 times now says she only googled it once. John Bradley also says he alerted the authorities to the staggering error, but they went ahead and pretended Casey (or whoever was using her computer) was obsessed with chloroform, anyway.

    Concealing exculpatory evidence is against the law, and Casey's lawyers are pissed. Apparently Bradley found an error in CacheBack, a programmed he designed, which Orlando authorities used to recount Casey's computer use.

    For those of you wondering, "How many times do you have to google 'chloroform' to get the gist of it anyway?" I will have you know that I googled "chloroform" immediately upon reading this story, and it's just a bunch of articles about Casey Anthony and her mom now, so don't bother.

    Casey Anthony Only Googled 'Chloroform' Once


    Software Designer Reports Error in Anthony Trial

    Assertions by the prosecution that Casey Anthony conducted extensive computer searches on the word “chloroform” were based on inaccurate data, a software designer who testified at the trial said Monday.

    The designer, John Bradley, said Ms. Anthony had visited what the prosecution said was a crucial Web site only once, not 84 times, as prosecutors had asserted. He came to that conclusion after redesigning his software, and immediately alerted prosecutors and the police about the mistake, he said.

    The finding of 84 visits was used repeatedly during the trial to suggest that Ms. Anthony had planned to murder her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, who was found dead in 2008. Ms. Anthony, who could have faced the death penalty, was acquitted of the killing on July 5.

    According to Mr. Bradley, chief software developer of CacheBack, used by the police to verify the computer searches, the term “chloroform” was searched once through Google. The Google search then led to a Web site, sci-spot.com, that was visited only once, Mr. Bradley added. The Web site offered information on the use of chloroform in the 1800s.

    The Orange County Sheriff’s Office had used the software to validate its finding that Ms. Anthony had searched for information about chloroform 84 times, a conclusion that Mr. Bradley says turned out to be wrong. Mr. Bradley said he immediately alerted a prosecutor, Linda Drane Burdick, and Sgt. Kevin Stenger of the Sheriff’s Office in late June through e-mail and by telephone to tell them of his new findings. Mr. Bradley said he conducted a second analysis after discovering discrepancies that were never brought to his attention by prosecutors or the police.

    Mr. Bradley’s findings were not presented to the jury and the record was never corrected, he said. Prosecutors are required to reveal all information that is exculpatory to the defense.

    “I gave the police everything they needed to present a new report,” Mr. Bradley said. “I did the work myself and copied out the entire database in a spreadsheet to make sure there was no issue of accessibility to the data.”
    Mr. Bradley, chief executive of Siquest, a Canadian company, said he even volunteered to fly to Orlando at his own expense to show them the findings.

    Cheney Mason, one of Ms. Anthony’s defense lawyers, said it was “outrageous” that prosecutors withheld critical information on the “chloroform” searches.

    “The prosecution is absolutely obligated to bring forth to the court any and all evidence that could be exculpatory,” Mr. Mason said. “If in fact this is true, and the prosecution concealed this new information, it is more than shame on them. It is outrageous.”

    “This was a major part of their case,” Mr. Mason added.

    The State Attorney’s Office in Orlando did not return messages seeking comment.

    Capt. Angelo Nieves, media relations commander for the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, said Mr. Bradley had a vested interest in coming forward since his software was used in the investigation.

    “We’re not going to relive the trial again,” Captain Nieves said. “We are not prepared to do that nor are we going to participate in that.”

    A former Canadian police sergeant who specializes in computer forensic analysis, Mr. Bradley said he first became suspicious of the data after he testified on June 8. He said he had been called to testify by the prosecution about his CacheBack software. Instead, he was asked repeatedly about the Sheriff’s Office report detailing the 84 search hits on “chloroform,” which he had not seen.

    “I had translated the data into something meaningful for the police,” he said. “Then I turned it over to them. The No. 1 principle for them is to validate the data, and they had the tools and resources to do it. They chose not to.”

    Soon after giving testimony, Mr. Bradley learned during the defense portion of the case that the police had written a first report in August 2008 detailing Ms. Anthony’s history of Internet searches. That report used NetAnalysis, a different software.

    Despite his appearance as a witness, Mr. Bradley said he was never told about that first report either by the police, with whom he had been in contact, or the prosecution.

    Of the search results in both reports relating to chloroform, only one hit was found for sci-spot.com. That site was visited once, according to NetAnalysis, and visited 84 times, according to the CacheBack analysis.

    Concerned that the analysis using CacheBack could be wrong and that a woman’s life might be at stake, Mr. Bradley went back to the drawing board and redesigned a portion of his software to get a more accurate picture.

    He found both reports were inaccurate (although NetAnalysis came up with the correct result), in part because it appears both types of software had failed to fully decode the entire file, due to its complexity. His more thorough analysis showed that the Web site sci-spot.com was visited only once — not 84 times.

    Mr. Bradley, fearing that jurors were being given false information based on his data, contacted the police and the prosecution the weekend of June 25. He asked Sergeant Stenger about the discrepancy, and the sergeant said he was aware of it, Mr. Bradley said. He waited to see if prosecutors would correct the record. They did not.

    “They needed to get that right,” Mr. Bradley said.
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    End of June was the defense's case...why didn't he give the report to the defense? Yes, it's an error, but at the time he testified, according to his own software, it was 84 times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by witchcurlgirl View Post

    For those of you wondering, "How many times do you have to google 'chloroform' to get the gist of it anyway?" I will have you know that I googled "chloroform" immediately upon reading this story, and it's just a bunch of articles about Casey Anthony and her mom now, so don't bother.
    For the author of the article, type the following into Google:

    +chloroform -"casey anthony"

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    It may be this video listed below where Baez mentioned that there was an error in the cacheback system, and the judge mentioned something about him filing a motion. I am a bit confused as to why Cheney was so surprised? I read in a few other articles that Bradley has changed the date when the search/searches were made. So, if the date was accurate the new one he came up with, then that would indicate Linda found out about the information after speaking with Cindy.

    I think this is the right link. RAW VIDEO: Day 46 In Casey Anthony Murder Trial Pt. 3 - Video - WFTV Orlando. If anyone is interested in listening to at least 15 minutes of video.
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    It makes sense that it wasn't 84 searches. Who looks up the same thing 84 times?

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    Quote Originally Posted by twitchy2.0 View Post
    It makes sense that it wasn't 84 searches. Who looks up the same thing 84 times?

    People with ADD?
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