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Casey Anthony prosecutor says he ‘committed no crime’ after signing up for Ashley Madison

WATCH ABOVE: Florida State Attorney Jeff Ashton says he won’t resign following reports that his name appeared on the Ashley Madison data breach.

ORLANDO, Fla. – The prosecutor who gained national attention as a key player in the unsuccessful murder prosecution of Casey Anthony said Sunday that he committed no crime and never followed through with an affair on the cheating website, Ashley Madison. 241 more words

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Casey Anthony Prosecutor Had Ashley Madison Account

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ORLANDO (CBSMimai/AP) — The lead prosecutor in the murder trial of Casey Anthony admitted over the weekend that he signed up on the cheating website, Ashley Madison. 306 more words

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‘ANONYMOUS’ video producer identified as felony defendant THOMAS NORMAN OLSEN - reported to States Attorney in Florida

Extortionists claim to represent families of HaLeigh Cummings and Caylee Anthony

Thomas Norman Olsen, Milton, Florida, has been identified as a participant in a satanic cult that produced and published a series of videos threatening the children of investigative journalist Timothy Charles Holmseth. 415 more words

Kill To Party: Casey Anthony as the Fully-Realized Post-Modern Woman

Casey Anthony epitomized something that I couldn’t quite put my finger on as I sat on my couch, eating Cocoa Puffs and smoking a bong, watching the coverage of her trial during a comfortably warm evening in the Summer of 2011. 570 more words

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Know and Abiding by the Rules of Evidence, State and Federal

If the prosecutor, Juan Martinez, in Arizona vs. Jodi Ann Arias, had a clear cut, no-question-asked-about-it case, why did he have to use these pictures from other days and years in Court as Evidence? 686 more words

The Investigation

Web interview by FBI profiler on Dylan Redwine case sparks controversy and concern

It is not known what former FBI criminal profiler Pete Klismet was thinking when he appeared on a Web radio program Sunday night – but questions are swirling. 1,014 more words