Cheney Mason, repugnant attorney for Casey Anthony, says that Jose Baez is no longer part of her defense team. It's not entirely clear why this is even news, considering there are plenty of juicy rumors concerning Tot Mom's current whereabouts. Maybe that's part of the reason Jose backed out—probably sick of the constant publicity stunts made by Anthony and her antics. He is, after all, trying to maintain a polished, professional "land-shark" appearance.
While Casey Anthony is missing the one lawyer that appeared to actually care about whether or not she lives freely, people who live in the town she's seeking refuge in are pissed. A comment on this article states the following:
*** SHE IS STILL AT THE PALM CITY CHURCH AND THE COMMUNITY WANTS HER TO LEAVE AND BY THE WAY, LOOKS LIKE SHE IS STAYING IN THE LITTLE BUILDING TO THE RIGHT OF THE CHURCH ON THE FAR RIGHT SIDE...IT LOOKS LIKE A MODULAR HOME...AND THE CURTAINS ARE DRAWN SHUT ON THE RIGHT. THEY BLOCKED ACCESS TO THE CHURCH BY WITH CHAINS - HOPE THE CONGREGATION LIKES SUPPORTING HER! ***
1484 Southwest 34th Street
Palm City, FL 34990-3312
It seems that there are some who are angry with this church for giving Casey refuge. And if she's truly living in a trailer, that's not very safe. Nonetheless, it shows that they obviously don't want her personally in their home. If Casey Anthony is still at this church property, and she values her safety in the slightest, she needs to get ahold of Mason and get the hell out of dodge. Too many people know how to find her now, and that's no way to live "safely." Now, if Jose Baez was still her lawyer, he'd have already whisked her away to some private location where she could be kept safe from harm.
Some of you may wonder why this photo is being used, and the answer is simple: It's not to draw any attractive correlation to Tot Mom whatsoever. The fact is, she looked semi normal in this photo. Sometimes it's good to see a glimpse of normalcy when dealing with what may be a sociopath. What was on Casey's mind in this photo? Do you ever think, at that moment in her life, that the thought crossed her mind that she'd be the focus of media and public outlash for the death of her daughter? Do you think she envisioned that she'd be trapped in a trailer behind the compound-like gates of some fruitcake church in Florida?