Casey Anthony is hardly living the "beautiful life." She can't go home. She can't go out in the open. She hides from public view in a sort of inverted witness protection program brought on by at least one emailed death threat and the perception of a public fatwa.
The world will likely pay no attention to a story buried in the New York Times in which software designer John Bradley, who was a key prosecution witness at the Casey Anthony trial, reported that his trial testimony was seriously mistaken.