Casey Anthony breaks her silence and says she 'sleeps pretty good at night'


By Josh King, Buzz60

Nine years after one of the most infamous child murder cases in America, Casey Anthony breaks her silence.

The mother of Caylee Anthony, the two-year-old who was found dead in the woods near her family home, says "I'm still not even certain as I stand here today about what happened."

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Since Anthony's acquittal in the bizarre case, she now says that she "understands the reasons people feel about me."

Anthony was dubbed "the most hated mom in America" by HLN's Nancy Grace and believes that people found her guilty long before the trial.

And although Anthony was found not-guilty of first-degree murder, she was convicted of four counts of lying to police.

She says that even if she told police the truth from the start, she would still be where she is today because she says, "Cops tend to victimize the victims."

Anthony now lives in South Florida in the home of the lead investigator on her defense team Patrick McKenna, who was also the lead investigator in the O.J. Simpson trial. She works for him doing online investigative work.

And while the truth about Caylee Anthony's death may never come to light, Anthony's bedroom walls are decorated with photos of her daughter and says she's happy.

She added she doesn't care what anyone thinks about her, saying "I'm OK with myself, I sleep pretty good at night."