Casey Anthony did indeed murder her little daughter Caylee, according to a new audio recording from a man once paid to protect her life.
Casey’s life, not Caylee’s.
The bombshell claim of her former bodyguard is making the rounds after he discussed the high profile murder case on a podcast this week.
Rob Dick was Casey’s bodyguard when she was first released from jail in 2008; Anthony was found not guilty of murder in July 2011.
Looking back on those events, the bodyguard called Anthony’s situation “completely insane,” which may be the understatement of all time.
Speaking this week on the podcast Allegedly with Theo Von & Matthew Cole Weiss, he said, “I still question the world’s fascination with it.”
“I don’t think I’ve ever been involved in something so crazy.”
“There are lots of women out there that killed their kid,” he told Weiss and Von, adding matter-of-factly, “and I do say killed their kid.”
Recalling the mass hysteria outside the Anthony’s home in Florida, he described the crowds just waiting for a glimpse of Casey’s family.
Dick describes the bedlam that ensued:
“At one point I’m standing in the front yard trying to keep 100-200 people from lynching her while Nancy Grace is [live] across the street.”
“It didn’t seem real. Just craziness.”
Weiss and Von asked for clarification as to why he said “killed her child,” and Dick claimed, again, that he thinks Anthony is guilty of murder.
“Without a doubt,” he responded.
“I think everybody knew she did it.”
Dick described his “disbelief” that the jury found her not guilty in the murder of the little girl, despite the evidence and Casey’s lies.
In the early stages of the police investigation, Caylee had been missing for 30 days when her mother was sent to jail for 30 days.
Dick recalled the “first night getting her out,” noting that at that point Caylee had been missing for 60 days at the time Casey was released.
“When she gets out, I’m driving her, [lead attorney Jose] Baez, Leonard [Padilla], going back to the family to [her parents] Cindy and George.”
“We get in there. It’s just a surreal thing,” he says. “You know what should happen. Here’s a mom in jail for the last 30 days.”
“Supposedly not knowing where her child is for 60 days now. First question … what do you think it would be? Have you heard anything?”
But that’s not what she said. At all.
According to her bodyguard, Casey didn’t ask a single question about her missing toddler, immediately acting like everything was normal.
“She was just completely happy, excited to see her parents. What’s for dinner? Jail food sucks,” he recalls of that eerie scene.
“There’s that moment right then that we’ve got a problem.”
“It’s not about getting out and finding your child.”
Dick asserted his believe that while Anthony is in all likelihood a child murderer, she is not a serial killer, nor will she ever take her own life.
“She loves herself too much,” he said.