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Casey Anthony's murder trial is back in the news circuit again after an Orlando-based news station reported that detectives had overlooked a Google search for "foolproof suffocation" that was likely made by the now acquitted suspect and the mother of the victim. According to WKMG, the search query took place on the day of Caylee's disappearance, specifically an hour after her grandfather George had left the house for work, leaving the 26-year-old mother as the likely suspect behind the Google search. Even during the trial in 2011, the prosecutors' put forth several suspicious Google search terms that may have been input by Casey Anthony, including "how to make chloroform," "chest trauma," and "neck breaking."

Casey Anthony,Money Well Spent,RIP Society
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RIP Society of the Day: A rubber likeness of acquitted murder suspect Casey Anthony -- dubbed "the most frightening mask on the planet" -- was purchased through eBay by a user with nearly a million dollars to spare.

The mask -- one of six used in a parody video -- was posted on the online auction site this past Monday by an LA-based user named "prophunter," with a starting price of $25.

Casey Anthony,Follow Up
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Follow Up of the Day: Casey Anthony was released from the Orange County Jail shortly after midnight, and spirited to Orlando Executive Airport in a black SUV, where she boarded a plane to an unknown destination.

Casey, who spent the past three years behind bars while her murder trial was ongoing, appeared eager to exit the premises, saying

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Mistaken Identity of the Day: Another day, another person mistaken for the Casey Anthony gets threatened with death.

26-year-old Sammay Blackwell told News On 6 a "crazed woman" in a van deliberately crashed into her truck after allegedly mistaking the lookalike for the real deal. "She hit me a

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Follow Up of the Day: On Tuesday, Casey Anthony was acquitted of all major charges in her murder trial, but convicted on four counts of lying to a law enforcement official.

Today, Judge Belvin Perry, Jr. of Florida's Ninth Circuit Court sentenced Anthony to four years in jail -- one year for every count -- and ordered her to pay $4,000 in fines. Because Anthony has already served nearly three ye

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