On Friday, Judge Belvin Perry ordered the release of the infamous video of Casey Anthony's reaction to the news of Caylee Anthony's body being discovered.
It had been sealed throughout the trial because another judge had ruled it to be too inflammatory for a jury. But with the trail over, Perry unsealed the tape.
"There is no reasonable expectation of privacy in jail," he ruled, and with the 25-year-old acquitted of murder, ordered the Casey Anthony jail video released.
Here it is in its grainy entirety:
On the day Caylee's remains were found, Casey sat in jail infirmary, hunched over and rocking back and forth as news of the discovery played on TV.
Casey appears to double over, her hands in her lap, and then appears to breathe heavily. Anthony began hyperventilating, before asking for a sedative.
To many, the significance of the video and Casey Anthony's reaction is that the remains had not yet been identified as those of her missing 2-year-old.
Just another chapter in the year's wildest legal drama. Do you think the jury should have been allowed to see this? Would it have made a difference?
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