Peacock’s Casey Anthony documentary is drawing outrage online — here’s why

In general, hearing both sides of the story is a good idea. Casey Anthony’s story is an exception. At least that’s what many online are saying about the new three-part Peacock docu-series Casey Anthony: There’s a Truth.

For those who managed to miss his time in the national media spotlight, Casey Anthony was brought before a court on charges of murdering his two-year-old daughter Caylee Marie Anthony. Although he was found not guilty of murder, manslaughter and child abuse, Anthony was convicted of giving false information to the police. He had already spent three years in prison before the sentences were handed down, he only served another ten days in prison, with “good behavior” which is said to be the reason why he did not serve his full four-year sentence.


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