Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Happy Birthday Caylee Anthony: Murdered Florida Child Would Turn 11-Years-Old Today (videos)


On August 9, 2016, Caylee Marie Anthony would have turned 11-years-old. The Florida child was the subject of an intensive search when she was reported missing on July 15, 2008. The case was peppered with red flags from the beginning of the investigation until its end. The Caylee Anthony case drew national media attention and was covered by networks such as HLN and FOX News. Caylee Anthony's remains were found on Dec. 11, 2008. Her mother Casey Anthony was tried and acquitted on first-degree murder charges.

It is believed Caylee Anthony was murdered on June 16, 2008. However; when Caylee Anthony's remains were located in a wooded area just blocks from her Orlando, Florida home, she was too decomposed for medical examiners to determine an exact cause of death. What drew the most suspicion in the case and caused the nation to suspect her mother in Caylee's death, was Casey Anthony's odd behavior.

Casey Anthony never showed public sorrow or indicated that she was grieving the loss and death of her two-year-old daughter. Additionally, Casey Anthony spent time with friends and her boyfriend between June 16 and Juy 15 and never revealed to anyone her daughter was missing. She failed to report Casey's disappearance for 31 days. When Casey was questioned by police, she led them on a wild goose chase and never cooperated with the investigation.


Casey Anthony's trial lasted from May 2011 until July 2011. The public believed Casey Anthony would be found guilty and she faced the death penalty. Casey Anthony was acquitted to the jeers of public spectators. To this day, Casey Anthony remains in hiding because of the public vitriol against her.




Happy Birthday Caylee Anthony. You are gone but not forgotten.


Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Powerball jackpot winners sued



Winning the Powerball jackpot might be a dream come true, but it is also the stuff that nightmares are made out of.  Horror stories of one kind and another frequently follow the news that someone has won the Powerball. Sometimes winners of the Powerball just deal with family and friends crawling out of the woodwork to beg for loans and cash gifts. Other times troubled relationships crumble and the financial windfuall is too much to keep a struggling relationship together. Other horror stories are much more horrific. Sometimes they involve the worst cases of betrayal, even elaborately planned and detailed acts of murder.
The Powerball winners who won $1.58 billion in the Jan. 13, 2016,  Powerball drawing are now facing their own issues Shortly after winning the jackpot, a man named Jonathan Lee Riches (aka. Jihadi Schitz) filed a lawsuit claiming that part of their winnings belongs to him.

You can read the full court document filed by Riches below.

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