ORLANDO, Fla., (July 17, 2011) — At about 12:08 a.m.,walked out of the Orange County Jail, holding lead attorney Jose Baez’s hand as he led her of the complex.
A crowd of about 100 protestors yelled “Killer” as her car left the jail. Casey didn’t smile, but looked straight ahead, wearing a pink Polo v-neck shirt and jeans.
Rumors led a large crowd gathering at 1 a.m. around the Orlando Executive Airport, where it was thought that a jet was waiting to take her out of Orlando.
It is unclear where Casey is headed. Orlando Sentinel photographer Red Huber, who spent most of the trial as the pool photographer, was present when Casey was released. He said the whole thing lasted just 15 seconds, and Casey was gone.
As Casey jumped into her car, a crowd of people chased her, and spreading out onto John Young Parkway in an attempt to block her exit.
Casey was taken to Cheney Mason’s office, as the SUV entered the parking garage in his office complex. There are rumors that they may use decoys or other methods to get her safely out of Orlando.
Casey’s attorneys are keeping quiet about where Casey will be heading, or what her plans are.
Casey Anthony, 25, was found not guilty in the murder of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, whose body was found in a wooded lot 3 blocks from the Anthony home on Dec. 15, 2008. Caylee was last seen on June 16, 2008.
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