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Casey Anthony's attorney, Jose Baez, says the recent release of her video diaries was NOT intentional and he plans to go after whoever leaked the private videos.

Jose told Geraldo Rivera that the alleged invasion of privacy is "criminal."

Casey was acquitted of murder charges last summer and "should be able to go on with her life," Baez says, adding that he is extremely upset about all of this.

"I think this is outrageous that this is happening. I think it's criminal."

If he finds out who leaked the Casey Anthony video diaries (below), Jose says he plans to push officials to prosecute the alleged thief to the "fullest extent of the law."

An anonymous Twitterer posted what appear to be private video messages recorded by Casey Anthony in her Florida residence, where she is serving probation.

A second recording surfaced after the initial, longer release. Here's both:

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So many questions surround the mysterious Casey Anthony video diaries.

Why is she recording these cathartic messages in the first place? How did they get out? Were they hacked from her machine? Is she profiting somehow? Where is she?

In an exclusive interview on Comedy Central's Tosh.0 Friday night, Daniel Tosh asked none of the above. Instead, it seems he confused Anthony for the Wii Fit Girl.

These things have a way of happening with Tosh. We forgive him.

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A second Casey Anthony video diary has evidently surfaced online. In this one, she has the same short hair, but darker locks, different glasses and a pierced nose!

So edgy!

The full diary hasn't been posted, but a seven-second tease has, by a woman who also posted stills of it on Twitter. The full video is less than two minutes long.

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Casey supposedly makes no mention of the infamous trial in which she was acquitted of killing her young daughter Caylee, or of Caylee herself, for that matter.

It's unclear how the Casey Anthony video diaries (plural) leaked online, whether she was behind their release, where she filmed them, and how many there are.

"This is the first of many, and I'm looking forward to this," Casey said in her first video, which is definitely her. "It's a little scary, because I hate being on camera."

Check out a snippet of Anthony's latest video diary (below):

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Plenty of questions surround the strange Casey Anthony video diary, which mysteriously surfaced online a day ago, but two things are crystal clear:

1. Everyone's talking about it, and 2. The whole thing is bizarre.

No one seems to know why Anthony would record the thing, but even more strange is the lack of information regarding its release and Casey's role in that.

It almost magically appeared in the Facebook ether without explanation, even by the person who posted it. Even that anonymous person pleads ignorance.

The video is taken in mirror image, thus making it harder to pinpoint her location, and the audio cuts in and out throughout, which may indicate editing.

Some think it was released by Casey Anthony, unintentionally or intentionally, only to be yanked offline quickly, but not before one person discovered it.

Others, chiefly Anthony's attorney Cheney Mason, feel her computer was broken into by a sophisticated hacker. Mason told the Today Show as much:

"If we find out who did it and how they did it, then they are going to be, I hope, answering to state and federal law enforcement agencies," he said.

Meanwhile, the original YouTube poster, who claims he didn't steal it, spoke to E! News about how he got his hands on it ... and is extremely vague.

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For the first time since her stunning murder acquittal last summer, Casey Anthony is speaking out and showing her face ... in a just-surfaced video diary online.

Anthony, sporting a blonde bob, black-framed glasses and a white tank top, says it's strange being on camera. We'd say pretty much everything about her is.

In the personal video diary she says she recorded in October, she talks about life on probation (she was convicted of check fraud and lying to authorities).

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The 25-year-old, who spent years in jail awaiting trial, despised and alone, says she's happy to have a computer, phone and camera, plus a dog she adopted.

"I finally have something I can call mine," she says. (Cue obvious, outraged comebacks.)

"It's just a little surreal how much things have changed since July, and how many things haven't changed," says Anthony, one of America's Most Hated humans.

"But the good thing is that things are starting to look up and things are starting to change in a good way. I just hope that things stay good and only get better."

People has confirmed that this is the accused killer, not some online impostor. Check out Casey Anthony's video diary (poor sound quality) after the jump:

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Justin Bieber ruled Bing this year, but technological marvels and accused child killers topped the year in Yahoo! searches. The iPhone and Casey Anthony were 1-2!

In the 11 years that Yahoo! has compiled its annual list of top searches, PlayStation 2 (2001 and 2002) is the only other device to have captured the top slot.

This year, the iPhone led the queries, and against stiff competition - America's Most Hated, America's Most Wanted and Kim Kardashian all made the top 10!

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The iPhone has been around for four years, but this year it expanded beyond AT&T for the first time. Plus, the iPhone 4S and its built-in assistant Siri are kind of the $h!t.

It also embodied the vision of Apple co-founder and longtime CEO Steve Jobs, who left his post as the company's chief in August and passed away on October 5. R.I.P.

Casey Anthony had the dubious honor of being the most searched person. Many were outraged by a not guilty verdict that set her free. Others were just fascinated by her.

Who came in 3-10 on Yahoo's list? Follow the jump to find out!

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Casey Anthony is taking classes in Spanish. That's great, we guess.

As her probation requires, the convicted check forger is now enrolled in some form of educational advancement, and her course of choice is the Spanish language.

The 25-year-old is required under the terms of her probation to either get a job or go to school. Since no one is gonna hire America's Most Hated, school it is!

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She chose to study Spanish because she feels it will come in handy down the road, when she goes back to work in Florida, according to sources quoted by TMZ.

It could also help her when she flees the country. Just a theory.

Casey is taking the classes online, but not though a traditional online college, because of security issues. She is also studying through a private organization.

In other words, no grades will be posted online. What a bummer.

Sources say Casey already spoke a little Spanish, so this was a good fit, and she had even been teaching little Caylee some words before ... never mind.

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In a Law & Order-style move, the Casey Anthony murder case will soon be ripped from the headlines and transplanted into the plot of ABC's Body of Proof.

The January 3 episode of drama, starring Dana Delany as a surgeon turned medical examiner, will center around a Casey Anthony-like figure named Hillary Stone.

A woman acquitted for killing her son. Says Body of Proof producer Sunil Nayar, "[In our episode] we explore what happens when the media takes over a case."

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“This is an important case to us because we don’t do a ton of ripped of the headlines cases. But, obviously, it became this sensational case nationwide."

"There were very human elements involved."

Indeed, and there will be media involved, specifically Marcia Gay Harden in the role of a TV pundit, someone who sounds an awful lot like Nancy Grace.

Moreover, Rita Wilson will guest star as Stone's mother. As for actual Casey Anthony movies and books, there are none in the works ... but give it time.

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A new made-for-TV movie is set to examine the Casey Anthony case through the eyes of a man who thinks that the Florida mom got away with murder.

We know, that could be about 150 million men.

Specifically, Lifetime would adapt the book Imperfect Justice: Prosecuting Casey Anthony by retired Florida prosecutor Jeff Ashton, according to reports.

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Casey Anthony has remained in hiding since her July acquittal.

The film would tell the story of the three years Ashton and his team spent preparing and prosecuting the 25-year-old in a high-profile case that left America outraged.

"I have seen my share of liars, but never one quite like this," Ashton writes.

Fox TV Studios has optioned the rights to the book, though Lifetime hasn't given the green light to the film yet. Still, it's hard to imagine a movie more up their alley.

As for a possible book deal for Anthony herself, publishers have been lukewarm to the idea. Probably because of the whole giving-money-to-a-possible-killer thing.

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Amid reports that NBC is trying to secure a book deal for Casey Anthony in exchange for an interview... not a lot of publishers are showing interest in such a deal.

The biggest names in publishing want nothing to do with "Tot Mom" (copyright Nancy Grace), with one even calling this hypothetical book deal "blood money."

Check out the statements of three prominent publishing houses:

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“We are 100% not interested. We are NOT NOT NOT interested. Simon & Schuster is not publishing, and has never intended to publish, any book by Casey Anthony, her family, attorneys or any member of her team." - Simon & Schuster

“We are still planning on publishing the prosecutor’s book who was involved in the Casey Anthony case, so we have no plans in releasing a Casey Anthony book. We’re sticking with the prosecutor.” - Harper Collins

"We have no plans on doing a book deal with Casey Anthony." - Penguin

Another publisher that asked not to be named had this to say when asked if they would be interested in such a project: "Hell no ... it's blood money."

Tough break, Case. You could always start a blog.