Casey Anthony has not been seen since she was released from jail early Sunday morning, much to the chagrin of every tabloid reporter and paparazzi, who are searching high and low for her. Well, she may be in sunny California.
According to a story in the New York Daily News, "The Today Show" is reporting that after leaving jail, Anthony got on a "secret aircraft" in Orlando that stopped in another Florida city, then flew to Arizona, and then onto the Golden State -- first Southern California, then an airport near San Francisco.
It appears the plane belongs to Todd Macaluso, a California lawyer who is former member of Anthony's legal team.
"I can't comment on where she is for security reasons, but she's in very good hands," Macaluso told the Daily News. "We managed to get her out and managed to confuse the entire media network of the United States."
The confusion arose because the plane was operating under an unregistered tail number, which happened to be very similar to the actual tail number on Macaluso's plane. Asked if they were indeed the same plane, Macaluso said, "I just can't comment one way or the other."
In other Anthony news, one of the key components of the prosecution's failed case was that Anthony searched the term "chloroform" 84 times, which prosecutors said proved she was planning on killing her daughter. Well, it turns out she may have only searched the term just once.
According to a report in the Daily Mail, software designer John Bradley backed up the prosecution's claim during the trial. But Bradley, who designed the software police used to track Internet searches, based his testimony on a police report.
He said afterwards he was concerned, so he ran the numbers himself, and he came up with just one search. He said he called police and the prosecutors to report the discrepancy, but apparently that information was never turned over to the defense.
Even though Anthony was acquitted, her lawyer is outraged.
"The prosecution is absolutely obligated to bring forth to the court any and all evidence that could be exculpatory," Cheney Mason said. "If in fact this is true, and the prosecution concealed this new information, it is more than shame on them. It is outrageous."
Police and prosecutors would not comment on the new revelations.