Craigslist scam or really a bounty on the whereabouts of Casey Anthony in her Ocean Woods gated community in Cape Canaveral, Florida?
A $50k reward was renewed to Craigslist late Wednesday in an effort to gain information on the acquitted murderess and now bankrupt Casey Anthony.
I am a national-media investigative reporter who lives in Cocoa Beach. Casey Anthony is living in the Ocean Woods gated community in Cape Canaveral. I am offering as much as $50,000 to anyone who can deliver the actual address to me — or any sources who have been eyewitnesses to her whereabouts and/or activities here. I am particularly interested in eyewitness accounts of the incident that happened at the Sandbar restaurant recently.
I will also pay $$$ to anyone who can lead me to actual sources who have real information — and will pay them as well. THIS IS A SERIOUS OFFER.
Quite the busy news week for Casey Anthony. She not only won her appeal before a Florida appellate court, filed bankruptcy to discharge almost $800,000 in debt, is said to be considering a new career as a paralegal, but was photographed on a central Florida Beach.
“She’ll be dogged and tortured the rest of her life by her own unrelenting conscience and by an unforgiving and merciless society that will always reject and ostracize her,” Fort Lauderdale criminal defense attorney John Contini, author of several real-life crime dramas including Danger Road and Feeling the Heat, told this Examiner. “No need to dog her and pile on, as she’ll suffer enough under all that self condemnation and public rejection.”
Since its inception, Craigslist has become one of the most popular websites in history. While not as big as E-Bay, they do have twice the page views of Amazon.com.
As Craigslist does not verify or certify listings, they have become a favorite landing place for scam artists. In a buyer-beware and seller-beware market, it is highly doubtful that the $50k reward on Casey Anthony’s current location is legitimate.
“The justice system has spoken and Casey Anthony has been acquitted,” stated Fort Lauderdale criminal defense attorney and Fox/CNN legal contributor Eric Schwartzreich. “It’s time to allow Ms. Anthony to live in peace.”
Craigslist scam or hoax? Maybe the now bankrupt Anthony can claim her own reward and use it to pay her creditors.
“Let’s face it, none of us know the real truth – only God knows who really did what and while we’re busy being judgmental, Christ said it best: ‘Let he who is without sin cast the first stone,” concluded Contini.