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Notice of Claim issued to Putnam County Sheriff's Office

“The PCSO must publicly state HaLeigh Ann-Marie Cummings was alive on April 26-27, 2009”

Timothy Charles Holmseth, journalist/author, has issued a formal Notice of Claim to Putnam County Sheriff Jeff Hardy and the Putnam County Board of Commissioners. 241 more words

Witnessing Casey Anthony Lawyer, Jose Baez, at Orlando's Wally's

Earlier tonight, two friends and I were boozing at Wally’s Mills Avenue Liquors, a spot located in Orlando’s Mills 50 district. At the bar counter, I was boozing with “Yoda” and Mike. 511 more words


Caylee Anthony murder re-visited

Rev. Richard Grund’s private investigator says Grund was accused of moving Caylee Anthony’s body

Rev. Richard Grund’s PI ‘Cobra the Bounty Hunter’ claimed he was working pro bono for Rev. 432 more words

Hell hath no fury like... well, you know

I am concerned about these gals, VERY concerned. I am not concerned about the horrible things they did. That is what cops and judges and prisons are for. 327 more words

Casey Anthony Lawsuit: Defamation Suit Could Shed Light On Her Controversial Lifestyle Says Private Investigator Bill Warner

Monday, September 08, 2014

Casey Anthony party girl, the Tiger does not change it’s stripes! According to papers filed recently in Tampa Federal Bankruptcy Court case 8:13-BK 00922KRM, Casey Marie Anthony (Debtor) must produce all financial records and any and all payments made by E! 337 more words

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SHOCKING - secret sexual abuse of HaLeigh Cummings EXPOSED

In Re: HaLeigh Cummings (the unspeakable spoken)


The follow up to “In Re: Caylee Anthony (the shocking truth explained)” – “In Re: HaLeigh Cummings (the unspeakable spoken)” reveals two dynamics to the HaLeigh Cummings mystery that have kept the public confused for five years. 106 more words

Casey Anthony Judge Joins Private Practice

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — A Florida judge who gained an international audience while presiding over Casey Anthony’s murder trial is retiring from the bench, but not from the courtroom. 123 more words