June 15th, 2011
12:05 AM ET

Crime & Punishment: At Anthony trial, tale of a tattoo

Editor's note: Gary Tuchman reports on testimony from a tattoo artist who encountered Casey Anthony soon after her daughter's death.

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  1. Trent A. Miller

    Let's simplify this. Casey Anthony did it, and so did her father for that matter. The Afghani and Pakistani governments are double dealing crooks and the Republican Party needs to admit that the reason our Economy is in the toilet is because of two Bush administrations hell-bent on a war for oil in Iraq and ensuring their power monger buddies increased their wealth and not the needs of the American public, instead of blaming the Obama administration. By the way, aren't the Libyans entitled to freedom and Democracy as much as the Iraqi's? No one questioned 'That' war based on freedom when the real purpose is as clear as glass. I would suggest that the rich and powerful review historic accounts of the French Revolution. The oppressed will only take so much before reacting.

    June 15, 2011 at 8:03 pm |
  2. JoAnn

    Regarding the Tatoo that Casey Anthony has on her back. If her tatoo was a "tribute," like Jose is claiming, then 1) Ms. Casey knew that Caylee was not coming back! Most people do the tatoo after they know the person is either dead or gone for good and out of her way! 2) Why didn't she reference Caylee's name along with that tatoo as the majority of the people do when they get a tatoo of that nature. Almost everyone will always reference their loved one's name. Always!

    June 15, 2011 at 2:22 pm |