To the Editor:
It has been announced in the press that [Casey] Anthony, along with various family members of, have been negotiating deals for multi-millions for books, films, interviews, and [more] in reference to the trial.
I suppose some people feel that being — as the reporter for the Pioneer stated — “ostracized” comes at a very nice price.
The ability to pay for anything you want has a very healing effect for depression and exclusion.
As for the self-loathing, what kind of a statement does what they did make to the easily influenced public about lying to the authorities and others in general? It didn’t seem to make a huge affect on them during the trial.
We heard no apologies for the lies to the authorities, the public, or for leaving the child’s body where it was for that long period of time.