More cashing in - Dominic Casey, Casey Anthony’s PI, plans to pen a book


Caylee Anthony, 2-years-old
While legally Anthony cannot make money from her trial everyone else seems to be. Just weeks after Jeff Ashton announced the publication of his book on Casey Anthony’s murder trial Dominic Casey, the private investigator hired by the Anthony family, has revealed that he too is in talks with publisher about a possible book.

Speaking to RadarOnline he said “I’ve been contacted by several publishers… It would clarify many questions people may have.”

PI Casey was hired by the Anthony family to investigate the disappearance of Caylee Anthony. It’s believed that he’s writing an explosive book that will reveal what didn’t’ come out during his testimony.
Casey Anthony was acquitted of the murder of her two-year-old daughter Caylee this summer. However many doubt her innocence in the case.
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During the trial the defendant’s brother Lee Anthony and her mother Cindy seemed to contradict each other on the stand. When Cindy was asked by Jose Baez, the defense lawyer, if she told Dominic Casey to search the area where Caylee’s body was eventually found she said she didn’t tell him. However Lee testified that Cindy had received information from a physic and told Casey to search that area.

Currently Casey Anthony is serving one year’s probation for check fraud in Florida.

Jeff Ashton’s book “Imperfect Justice: Prosecuting Casey Anthony” will be released in late November.


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