The Dr. Phil interview with Cindy and George, the parents of “Tot Mom” Casey Anthony drew a great deal of attention and has reinforced the beliefs of many that think that a woman got away with murder. George, a man that has had his name dragged through the mud, believed that, in the end, his daughter was responsible, while Cindy, the mother, was not so sure.
Casey Anthony is currently in hiding and with good reason. There have been several death threats and some poor souls that have resembled Casey have been beaten by crazed followers of the case. The fact of the matter is that a not guilty verdict came in and if we accept the system, we must accept the verdict, right or wrong.
The death of a child brings the fury of the public, and in the highly publicized trial, it is impossible for Casey to lead a normal life. She will most likely be making a great deal of money if she plays her cards right, but she will be the constant target of public criticism and the death threats will continue to roll in.
Recently, Casey has been fined 217,000 dollars, a cost associated with the search for her missing daughter, and she is being forced to serve her probation for the check fraud case, despite her lawyer’s slick attempts to get around it. She has to turn a buck to get out of debt and the money she owes is only a drop in the bucket to what she is going to make when she finally makes a movie or book deal, or both. Casey can charge top dollar for interviews and will absolutely not be hurting in the future, but her life may not be one of happiness, especially if she was responsible for the death of her daughter, even if it was indirect.
The Casey Anthony story continues and should carry on for some time to come. With Nancy Grace dancing on ABC, at least the “Tot Mom” gets a slight break.