Caylee Anthony was last seen on June 16, 2008, with her mother, Casey, who lied for 31 days in regards to the whereabouts of her daughter before Cindy Anthony finally reported Caylee missing in July.
The toddler’s remains were found in the woods near the Anthony family home in December 2008, nearly six months after her disappearance. By that time, only dry bones were left, making the case difficult to solve for prosecutors who accused Casey of suffocating her daughter with chloroform and duct tape, and dumping her in the nearby woods.
She was declared innocent by the jury last night. The verdict surprised many legal analysts and commentators and spared the 25-year-old from a possible death penalty, which prosecutors planned to seek if Anthony had been found guilty as charged of first-degree murder.
If Casey Anthony is released from jail after her sentencing hearing on Thursday, she will not just walk out the front door, legal experts said.
This news has put on a different opinion game on the world social networking sites as well as the common crowd.
Report by KUSHAL KUMAR