The Casey Anthony trial still has people fired up, and the people who factored into the accused killer's acquittal are now feeling the public's wrath.
Someone is threatening to kill the 25-year-old, her attorneys, and the jurors who found Anthony not guilty of murdering her daughter this week.
According to Casey's attorney Cheney Mason, his team has received "all kinds of threats" at his office since the controversial verdict came in.
Specifics are scarce, but the threats have been plentiful, including one credible enough that "we just turned it over to law enforcement."
There are reports Casey's parents, George and Cindy Anthony (both of whom were key witnesses at Casey's trial) are also being targeted.
George and Cindy are said to have gone into hiding since the jury's ruling cleared Casey, though this has not been independently confirmed.
For his part, Mason doesn't seem worried, at least for now. He laughed off the threats, claiming the people behind them are "cowards."
Did the jury get it right?