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Casey Anthony Leaves Jail as Spectators Jeer [VIDEO]

Casey Anthony, the young mother who was recently acquitted of killing her young daughter, was released from the Orange County Jail in Florida late last night as news cameras and a crowd of about 1,000 people looked on. Two armed officers escorted Anthony and her attorneys as they left the building.

Dressed in a pink shirt and jeans, she got into a waiting SUV and was followed by news helicopters to the parking garage of one of her lawyers. She was not seen again, but some news sources speculate she was later whisked to a private jet.

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Casey Anthony Look-a-Like Attacked in Oklahoma [VIDEO]

Casey Anthony, who was recently acquitted of killing her young daughter, Caylee, has several name and face doppelgangers who seem to be taking the brunt of the public’s disapproval of her.

First it was an African-American man living in Philadelphia. Now, a woman in Oklahoma has had to deal with someone unhappy about the verdict, as well — and it nearly cost her her life.

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WiFi Hacker Sent to Jail for How Long for Cyber-Terrorizing Neighbors?

It started with an odd spat between next-door neighbors in Blaine, Minnesota. Matt Kostolnik was creeped out when Barry Ardolf picked up his four-year-old son, who had wandered into Ardolf’s yard, and then carried the boy back to Kostolnik’s property, giving him a kiss on the lips before depositing him.

The police were called, and while nothing become of it, Ardolf was offend and vowed revenge. What followed is a series of events that earned Ardolf an 18-year jail sentence this week.

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US Army May Issue Smartphones for Combat Use

After a successful trial run using touchscreen phones and tablets in combat, US Army officials say they may begin equipping service members with the devices later this year. It would be used to complement tactical radios and other existing technology.

Smartphones can be used to text updates about surroundings, send GPS photos, and access maps. “When they have a problem or need to submit a report, they default to the texting. These young soldiers grew up with this technology. They’re very familiar with it. They’re very comfortable with it,” said Michael McCarthy, an Army director for the program.

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Best Playgrounds in Tri Cities – Big Bear’s Top 5

Ok.....I have grand kids now and I love taking the kids to the park. You know things have changed alot since I was a kid and my mom & dad took me to the park. So let' s take a look at some of our favorite places to go play!

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Christina’s Not The Only One to Flub The Anthem

If you watched the Super Bowl Sunday, you probably noticed Christina Aguilera's bobble with the words...here are some other singers who did far worse!

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