As a convicted felon in Florida Casey Anthony is not eligible to do research work for a Florida private investigator, Casey Anthony now has six felony convictions on her record., Convicted Felon Tot Mom Casey Anthony Works For Private Eye says: "I don't give a shit about what anyone thinks about me I sleep pretty good at night.", OUTRAGEOUS: Casey Anthony loves her investigative work for private investigator Patrick McKenna
Tuesday, March 07, 2017
Convicted Felon Tot Mom Casey Anthony Works For Private Eye says: “I don’t give a shit about what anyone thinks about me, I never will,” she said. “I’m OK with myself, I sleep pretty good at night, Fox News.” Besides the recent revelation that Anthony is starting her own photography business, off-camera, her attorney Cheney Mason told WESH 2 News that convicted felon Casey Anthony is a full -time researcher in West Palm Beach for her former defense team private investigator Patrick McKenna. Casey Anthony is a scam artist, a hustler and con man. Casey Anthony is also a convicted felon in Florida, she pleaded guilty in 2010 to 13 charges in a check-fraud case. Orange County Circuit Court Judge Stan Strickland found Casey Anthony guilty on six of the charges: one count of grand theft, four counts of check forgery, and fraudulent use of personal identification, (she stole a friends identity to cash bad checks), Casey Anthony served one year of felony probation. See info below from Orange County Clerk’s office:
|2. FRAUD. USE OF PERSONAL IDENT. INFORMATION Statute: 817.568(2) Third Degree – Felony||1/25/2010 Guilty (Admit)||8/30/2008 OBTS:8888888888 Sequence:002 Control Number:08074939 Arresting Agency:Orange County Sheriff Office||1/25/2010 1 – Adjudicated Guilty|
|3. FORGERY OF BANK BILLS/PROM. NOTES Statute: 831.07 Third Degree – Felony||1/25/2010 Guilty (Admit)||8/30/2008 OBTS:8888888888 Sequence:003 Control Number:08074939 Arresting Agency:Orange County Sheriff Office||1/25/2010 1 – Adjudicated Guilty|
|4. UTTERING FORGED BILLS / NOTES Statute: 831.09 Third Degree – Felony||1/25/2010 Guilty (Admit)||8/30/2008 OBTS:8888888888 Sequence:004 Control Number:08074939 Arresting Agency:Orange County Sheriff Office||1/25/2010 1 – Adjudication Withheld|
|5. FRAUD. USE OF PERSONAL IDENT. INFORMATION Statute: 817.568(2) Third Degree – Felony||1/25/2010 Guilty (Admit)||8/30/2008 OBTS:8888888888 Sequence:005 Control Number:08074939 Arresting Agency:Orange County Sheriff Office||1/25/2010 1 – Adjudication Withheld|
|6. FORGERY OF BANK BILLS/PROM. NOTES Statute: 831.07 Third Degree – Felony||1/25/2010 Guilty (Admit)||8/30/2008 OBTS:8888888888 Sequence:006 Control Number:08074939 Arresting Agency:Orange County Sheriff Office||1/25/2010 1 – Adjudicated Guilty|
OUTRAGEOUS: Casey Anthony loves her investigative work for private investigator Patrick McKenna. “I love the fact that I have a unique perspective and I get a chance to do for other people what so many others have done for me,” she said. Someday, she said, she’d like to get a private investigator’s license and work for a defense team. She talks of working on a DUI manslaughter case where the accused took a plea deal. “I look at him and I think this kid almost lost his life for something they can’t definitively prove that he did,” she said. “I’ve lived it firsthand. I didn’t do what I was accused of but I fought for three years. CASEY ANTHONY IS A CONVICTED FELON, WTF?
The guilty plea in 2010, means Casey Anthony now has six felony convictions on her record. Admitted she stole a checkbook from her friend Amy Huizenga and wrote five checks totaling $644.25. Surveillance cameras had caught her using the checks to buy beer, food, lingerie and sunglasses at an Orlando-area Target in June 2008. She was sentenced to 412 days of time served in jail and one year of felony probation and ordered to pay $348 in court fees and $5,517.75 in investigative fees, see link click here.
As a convicted felon in Florida Casey Anthony is not eligible to do research work for a Florida private investigator, in actuality if she is doing research work on active cases for private investigator Patrick McKenna she is working as a unlicensed private eye. If Casey Anthony is doing investigative research for PI Pat McKenna then she would have access to commercial databases and the Florida Motor Vehicle database, both of which would provide Casey Anthony with an individuals name, address, date of birth, social security number, photos, Florida drivers license number, year and make of car with license plate number, and even possible credit card information, everything a check forger and identity thief like Casey Anthony could want. Casey Anthony has not applied, as of this date, 3/7/2017, for a Private Investigator Intern License that Patrick J. McKenna could sponsor as he is also the Manager of a Investigative Agency that he set up in October 2015 using his home address where Casey Anthony lives.
BREAKING FOX NEWS 3/7/2017….. Casey Anthony knows that much of the world believes she killed her 2-year-old daughter, despite her acquittal. But nearly nine years later, she insists she doesn’t know how the last hours of Caylee’s life unfolded. “Caylee would be 12 right now. And would be a total badass,” she told The Associated Press in one of a series of exclusive interviews. But discussing Caylee’s last moments, the 30-year-old Anthony spoke in halting, sober tones: “I’m still not even certain as I stand here today about what happened,” she said. It’s been almost nine years since Caylee went missing, and six since the circus-like Orlando trial that ended in her mother’s acquittal. The trial was carried live on cable networks and was the focus of daily commentaries by HLN’s Nancy Grace, who called her “the most hated mom in America,” and, derisively, “tot mom.” The child was supposedly last seen on June 16, 2008; she was first reported missing, by Casey Anthony’s mother, on July 15. A day later, Casey Anthony was arrested on charges of child neglect. She told police that Caylee had disappeared with a baby sitter, see http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/03/06/casey-anthony-on-life-after-acquittal-sleep-pretty-good-at-night.html
Casey Anthony lives in the South Florida home of Patrick McKenna, a private detective who was the lead investigator on her defense team. She also works for him, doing online social media searches and other investigative work. McKenna was also the lead investigator for OJ Simpson, when he was accused of killing his wife and acquitted; Anthony said she’s become fascinated with the case, and there are “a lot of parallels” to her own circumstances. She still dreads the supermarket checkout line for fear she’ll see photos of her daughter on the cover of tabloid papers. Her bedroom walls are decorated with photos of Caylee and she weeps when she shows off her daughter’s colorful, finger-painted artwork. Occasionally she goes out with friends to area bars. But news that she there spreads quickly; people whispering and snap photos, and she retreats to her newly purchased SUV so she can return home, alone. Anthony speaks defiantly of her pariah status. “I don’t give a shit about what anyone thinks about me, I never will,” she said. “I’m OK with myself, I sleep pretty good at night.” see http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/03/06/casey-anthony-on-life-after-acquittal-sleep-pretty-good-at-night.html
CONVICTED FELONS NEED NOT APPLY: Generally, minimum requirements for state licensure as a private investigator include: being at least 21, possessing a high school diploma or the equivalent; and have U.S. citizenship or residency. Most states also have strict statutes prohibiting candidates who have felony convictions or misdemeanor convictions involving crimes of moral turpitude, (like stealing someones identity and cashing bad checks), from becoming private investigators.
The Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Division of Licensing, licenses and regulates the private investigative industry in accordance with Chapter 493, Florida Statutes. Private investigators and private investigative agencies serve in positions of trust. Untrained and unlicensed persons or businesses, or persons not of good moral character, are a threat to the public safety and welfare. The private investigative industry is regulated to ensure the interests of the public are adequately served and protected. This information has been made available to inform Florida citizens about licensing requirements. A private investigator is any individual or agency who, for consideration, advertises as providing or performs the following activities. Individuals or agencies providing or advertising as providing these services for consideration must be licensed.
1). Subcontracting with the government to determine crimes or wrongs done or threatened against the United States.
2). Determining the identity, habits, conduct, movements, whereabouts, affiliations, associations, transactions, reputation or character of any society, person, or group of persons.
3). The credibility of witnesses or other persons.
4). The whereabouts of missing persons, owners of abandoned or escheated property, or heirs to estates.
5). The location or recovery of lost or stolen property.
6). The causes or origin of fires, libels, slanders, losses, accidents, damage, or injuries to real or personal property.
7). Securing evidence to be used before investigating committees or boards of award or arbitration or trial of civil or criminal cases.
Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota SEX, CRIME CHEATERS & TERRORISM at http://www.wbipi.com