Then there’s that other similarity: Both Anthony and Simpson insist they don’t know who murdered their loved ones.
“There were at least 10 different types of shoes that could’ve made those same tread marks as those Bruno Magli shoes.”
“People found me guilty long before I had my day in court.” “My sentence was doled out long before there was a verdict,” Anthony added.
However, the Juice could again be set loose if all goes well at a parole hearing scheduled for July 17.
fit in those gloves. “We were both extremely high-profile cases, where there were a lot of distorted facts and things,” Anthony told the AP. “O.J’s hand was twice the size of the glove even if it was left out in the rain and shrunk. His hand could have never …
(Photo by Joe Burbank-Pool/Getty Images) Casey Anthony smiles before the start of her sentencing hearing on charges of lying to a law enforcement officer at the Orange County Courthouse July 7, 2011 in Orlando, Florida.
The Associated Press reported this week that Anthony, 30, now works for McKenna, who also was an investigator during Simpson’s blockbuster murder case in the mid-1990s.
What do Casey Anthony and O.J. Simpson have in common?
Six years later, Anthony lives in West Palm Beach with Patrick McKenna, a private investigator who helped lead her defence team.
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But while Anthony has steered clear of trouble, Simpson remains locked up for playing a part in an armed robbery back in 2007.
Anthony might have accidentally killed Caylee
According to a recent CNN report, Simpson has scored “low” in recent risk assessment tests, and could be released by October.
The coincidental connection peaked Anthony’s interest in Simpson’s acquittal, which she said has “parallels” to her case.
“A lot,” according to Anthony, the Florida woman acquitted in the high-profile murder case involving her two-year-old daughter, Caylee.
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