Sometime this week, America's most hated woman, Casey Anthony, will be free to do as she pleases once again, as she is to be released from state supervision, which she is serving in hiding. Her current order of probation for check fraud stemmed from her writing checks on Amy Huizenga's account during the 31 days while her daughter, Caylee, was missing, which Casey failed to report.
According to officials from the Florida Department of Corrections, Casey's exact release will not be shared with the public, for security reasons. Apparently, she has had several threats on her life. Wow, shocking.
The civil trial between Casey and Zenaida Gonzalez is scheduled to begin next week. Gonzalez claims her life was ruined when Anthony gave her name as "Zanny the Nanny," claiming Gonzalez had kidnapped her 2-year-old daughter.
The Casey Anthony saga is very volatile, with strangers wishing harm on other people because of their belief of Casey's guilt or innocence. This is completely ridiculous. The jury said "Not Guilty," people, and everyone has to deal with that. It's been said repeatedly that the jury thought she was guilty, but the prosecution didn't prove it. That means the jury did its job. They weren't there to convict her based on their personal feelings. They were there to see if the prosecution proved its case, which it obviously did not.
In any case, whether you believe Casey's guilt or innocence, she will be out walking freely by the end of the week. How would you greet her, if you were to bump into her on the street? With any luck, no actual harm will come to her.