Thursday, August 21, 2008
Casey Anthony Is Released From The Orange County Jail
Casey Anthony was released late this morning after a $500,200 bond was posted by high-profile, California bounty hunter Leonard Padilla.
Casey has been instructed to go to her parents’ home and plug her electronic monitoring device into her phone, Orange County Corrections spokesman Allen Moore said.
Casey is restricted to living in her family’s home with some exceptions allowed for going to work, church and any pre-approved appointments. A representative of the Padillas will remain with Casey Anthony 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The Padillas hope that Casey being out of jail and in more comfortable surroundings will help the search for missing Caylee Anthony. However, Casey Anthony’s attorney Jose Baez says he has instructed the Padillas not to question her about the case and said that Casey knows not to answer any of their questions.
This is such a farse. A child is missing. If her mom really wants to find her why won't she help investigators do just that?