Inmate Casey Anthony is now back in custody at the Orange County Jail's Female Detention Center. She remains in protective custody status as before.
Anthony is not eligible for inmate media interviews and will never be as long as she is an Orange County Inmate. (Please do not ask.)
As always no information will ever be revealed regarding the transportation methodology or transpiration operations of the Orange County Corrections Department.
Orange County Corrections will never discuss the demeanor or reactions of any inmate in our custody to external events.And we agree, Kim Kardashian Probably Shouldn't Have Tweeted About The Casey Anthony Trial.
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