Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Casey Anthony flew back home

Anthony was acquitted of murdering her 2-year-old daughter Caylee Anthony, and declared not guilty of manslaughter and aggravated child abuse as well.

Only convicted of four counts of lying to law enforcement, which her legal team is looking to appeal, Anthony was released on Sunday due to time already served and time gained based on good behavior.

When Rivera asked Baez, who personally escorted Anthony out of the Orange County Jail on Sunday, if he heard the angry crowd shouting “Killer, killer” as Anthony walked free, the attorney responded that he did not.

“I certainly heard a large group of people yelling things but I certainly couldn’t make out what was being said at the time. We got in the car and left.”

Discussing his client’s release from jail and his thoughts on the public outrage, Baez shared his frustrations with the growing and continual outcry from the media and majority of the public.

Preliminary reports show the woman ran from a Pilatus PC-12 single-engine turboprop passenger craft owned by Todd Macaluso, a former member of Casey Anthony’s defense team.

When attorney Jose Baez was asked if Anthony had returned to Orlando, he told the Orlando Sentinel in a text message: "Not true. Macaluso having fun."

The woman possibly left the airport in a red SUV.

Macaluso’s plane has flown to several places in the last 24 hours, according to the website

The craft left John Wayne Airport in California and headed to Baton Rouge on Monday evening. It left Louisiana Tuesday morning for St. George Island off Florida’s Gulf coast.

At some point Tuesday afternoon, the pilot filed a flight plan mid-flight that announced the plane was headed for Orlando Executive Airport.

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