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WFTV Touts Exclusive Casey Anthony Spotting

“Only WFTV was there to capture who was believed to be Casey running into a building, covering her head with a blanket,” the Orlando ABC-affiliate exclaimed on Tuesday, posting raw aerial video of a woman believed to be Casey Anthony running from a single-engine passenger plane to a building at the Orlando Executive Airport.

WFTV’s Steve Barrett reported live at the airport this morning, saying that either Anthony “was really getting off that plane when we videotaped this yesterday or the plane’s now being used in an elaborate deception.”

After her release early Sunday morning, Anthony boarded a plane owned by her former attorney Todd Macaluso. Macaluso’s plane returned to the Orlando Executive Airport on Tuesday and video of a woman wearing similar clothes to what Anthony wore when she was released from jail was captured by WFTV’s news helicopter. Read more

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Casey Anthony Lawyer to Media: ‘What the F—?!’

“Things got heated quickly as Casey Anthony’s legal team was surrounded by cameras and reporters as they made their way into the courthouse,” WESH‘s Cara Moore reported on Wednesday.

At one point, WESH photographer Mike Kirby accidentally tripped and knocked into the bag of defense attorney Jose Baez, causing him to drop the rolling case to the ground.

“What the f—?!” Baez yelled at the surrounding members of the local media (video above).

After Baez’s outburst, one of the defense team’s handlers stepped in and acted as the lawyer’s lead blocker, ramming his forearm into WFTV reporter Steve Barrett.