Hey it's Gary McCoy and to this day, I don't remember my wife any more passionate about anything like she was during the Casey Anthony trial. And Saturday night when Lifetime released their Rob Lowe movie "Prosecuting Casey Anthony", it's like all those wounds were re-opened.
Casey Anthony, the Florida woman acquitted of killing her toddler daughter earlier this year, has repelled book publishers and movie studios who feel it would be tasteless to pay for her story — but that doesn’t mean the whole case is off-limits.
Word is that Casey Anthony is considering a $1 million interview deal offered to her by freelance television producer Al Taylor. Taylor set up a company and obtained investors for one reason, the potential interview with Casey Anthony. Taylor also spoke with WESH news stating that if the deal is successful his first question will be "Did you do it?". Hear from Taylor and his interview pl
The verdict is in. In a case that has been ongoing for close to three years (since her daughter Caylee Anthony's remains were discovered in December of 2008), an Orange County jury found Casey Anthony "Not Guilty" on the three biggest counts in the trial of her daughter's death.