Casey Anthony’s Letters Written In Jail Publicized

April 8th, 2010 - 9:29 pm ICT by Pen Men At Work  

April 8, 2010 (Pen Men at Work): Casey Anthony is a woman who had been incarcerated for allegedly murdering her two- year-old daughter, Caylee. Casey has still not undergone a legal trial. The latest information that has been divulged about Casey Anthony is that the jailed woman had been clandestinely transporting letters to a fellow prisoner. This information is in line with fresh documentations issued by the prosecutors in the case. Casey Anthony, who has been incarcerated under protective custody, is not permitted to converse with the other prisoners. The Casey Anthony letters have supplied distasteful particulars about her and can lay the blame on her for the murder of her toddler even further.

The letters, which Casey Anthony had purportedly been forwarding to fellow prisoner Robyn Adams, consist of specific details that only the murderer of the toddler can know. The letters also include a confession by Casey of having a crush on her legal representative, her uneasy dealings with her parents, her grievance that her mother does not appear in the court of law on a regular basis, allegations of sexual maltreatment, etc. The prisoner, who supposedly divulged these letters, also confessed that a corrections official would organize meetings between her and Casey Anthony, when the other prisoners were fast asleep.

The prisoner had seemingly dispatched the 500 Casey Anthony letters to a buddy, along with the particulars of the meetings with Casey Anthony. These were then supplied to the prosecutors. Certain prisoners have also proclaimed that Casey Anthony accepted that she drugged her daughter in front of those prisoners.

The murder case rotates around the sickening slaughter of the two-year-old Caylee in 2008. Her bodily remains were located in a black garbage bag. However, the authorities had never exposed that they were discovered at the side of a baby blanket. One of the Casey Anthony letters has apparently stated the baby blanket detail.

The Corrections Officer, Sylvia Hernandez, who was named by one of the prisoners, has been dismissed with pay. This is after these letters were made public.

Related Stories

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Posted in World News |

Subscribe