Some media outlets in Puerto Rico are speculating that Casey Anthony may be whisked off to San Juan sometime following her release from the Orange County Jail on Sunday.
Her true intentions are unknown, but the rumors have been swirling ever since HLN host Jane Velez-Mitchell suggested that Puerto Rico might be an ideal placefor Anthony to seek solitude and anonymity. She also pointed to Jose Baez and his family connections as another reason why Puerto Rico could be a logical choice.
The rumors are not entirely well received as one Facebook page, "Puerto Rico Does Not Want You Casey Anthony," has been created in protest.
Other rumors have Casey relocating to Texas or Ohio.
Anthony served with lawsuit at jail
On Wednesday she was served with a lawsuit at the jail by Texas Equusearch.
The search team that searched for Caylee Anthony is suing Casey for over $100,000.00. They claim she wasted their time searching for Caylee when Casey knew they would never find her.
Bonnie Moore from Process Xpress, served the lawsuit to Casey Anthony at the Orange County jail. “There was really no reaction. She just asked me if I had gotten a copy to her attorney.”
Disappointment doesn't even begin to describe how Tim Miller founder of Texas Equusearch feels about Casey Anthony. “It certainly wasn't fair to anybody that was involved and wasn't fair to the families that really needed us."
Miller and his attorneys filed the lawsuit against the 25-year-old late Tuesday at the Orange County Courthouse in Orlando. Miller tells FOX 35 that Anthony knowingly mislead the search and recovery organization about finding her daughter Caylee.
Texas Equusearch is now suing her for more than $100,000.00 for the expenses the group incurred -- money and time spent that could have gone toward helping other families find their missing loved ones, according to Miller.
To date, Texas Equusearch has done 1,232 searches. On Tuesday they recovered the 126th victim, a boy who had been missing in Texas.
Attorney wants Casey Anthony deposed in civil suit
A Florida attorney has filed an emergency motion seeking to require that Casey Anthony give a deposition in a civil suit brought by a woman who is suing her for defamation.
The motion filed Wednesday asks that Anthony be required to attend a deposition on July 19 or sometime before Sunday's scheduled release from the Orange County Jail. Anthony was acquitted last week of murder in the death of her 2-year-old daughter Caylee. She was found guilty of four counts of lying to police, but with time served and good behavior credits, she won't serve out her four-year sentence.
The motion arises from a suit brought by Zenaida Gonzalez in 2008. She alleges that she incurred public ridicule after Anthony initially told investigators that a woman with the same name kidnapped Caylee.
A hearing has been set in the Zenaida Gonzalez vs. Casey Anthony case for Friday, July 15 at 10 a.m. in Courtroom 19B before Judge Jose Rodriguez.
Protesters plan to stake out Orange County Jail
The area right in front of the Orange County jail between the main entrance and John Young Parkway is the designated protester area over Casey Anthony. Some who angry over Anthony's release plan on being out there, beginning Saturday afternoon through Sunday, with a message.
"It's blood money," said Bree Thornton. "Anyone who funds it, they've got blood on their hands!"
Thornton is one of the leaders of "Boycott Casey," a group that plans to be out in front of the jail for 24 hours straight this weekend to get a message to Casey Anthony whenever she's released from jail.
"Our goal is to get people to boycott any movies or book deals," Thornton added, "Anything that could bring Casey money she'll be making off of her daughters death or murder."
Some analysts say Casey could make millions on a book, a movie deal, or just sell her story to the highest bidder. Thornton is trying to prevent that. She's spreading the word on Facebook. So far, 40 people agreed to join her for the day long protest.
"We definitely want her to know that she is not liked," Thornton said. "She'll see signs and she'll see people are not going to buy a book or not go to a movie or spend money on anything she does."
"Boycott Casey" will picket peacefully but will have "shock and awe" signs that are big and bold, according to Thornton.
"We'll be in front of book stores and movie theaters protesting. It's not going to be easy for her to make money."
Jail officials tell us there's a good chance Casey Anthony will leave the jail from a backdoor, so the cameras and protestors don't see her leave.
If you would like more information about the "Boycott Casey" protest, you can contact Bree at email@example.com .
Petition asks Orlando to rename road after Caylee Anthony
An online petition has started with people all over the country hoping to rename Suburban Drive, the road where Caylee Anthony's remains were found, in memory of the little girl.
Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer has been getting requests in his email inbox asking for the city to rename the road. Orlando says they're not against the idea, and if there are enough people in favor of the name change, they might just consider it.
According to the Create Caylee Marie Anthony Memorial Parkway site , only 14 people have signed so far. They hope to reach their goal of 50,000 signatures.
Naming a road after Caylee isn't the only idea people are suggesting. Some people are asking for a permanent memorial site, while others want a park named after her.
"It happens for time to time for various reasons," said Orlando Public Works Director Richard Howard.
In addition to the signed petition, 51 percent of people living along the road will have to agree with the name change before the city commission can approve it. The entire process will take up to six weeks.
Juror compensation law proposed
State Representative Scott Randolph, District 36 and Central Florida Attorney, Mark E. NeJame, will hold a news conference on Thursday regarding newly filed legislation which will prohibit Florida jurors from being compensated or profiting from outside sources, for information regarding a case in which they served.
"The purpose of this legislation is to preserve the integrity of the jury process," said Rep. Randolph.
There will be no restrictions on a juror who after a trial wishes to discuss the case, but a juror does so knowing that they will not be able to profit as a result of their jury service.
"Every American must receive a fair trial, without fear that a juror may be influenced by future monetary considerations," said NeJame. "This is a step in that direction."
The news conference is planned for 1 p.m. at The Law Offices of NeJame, LaFay, Jancha, Ahmed, Barker, Joshi & Moreno in Downtown Orlando.