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  • Today in the news: Casey Anthony makes first public appearance in two years

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    Casey Anthony, who has been in hiding since she was found innocent of killing her 2-year-old daughter in 2011, made her first public appearance in two years today, ABC News reports. Anthony arrived at federal court today for a meeting on bankruptcy case, which she filed in January. The filing reportedly stated that Anthony has been unemployed for four years, is almost $800,000 in debt and has less than $1,000 in assets. Also listed is a claim from Jose Baez, who represented Anthony in the murder trial, saying Anthony still owes him $500,000.
    While it is still unknown where Anthony lives currently, her last known residence was in Florida, and it is believed she is still living somewhere in the state, as there are still several civil lawsuits pending against her.
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    "I wish to take this opportunity to admit that there have been times that my sexual conduct has fallen below the standards expected of me as a priest, archbishop and cardinal." - Cardinal Keith O'Brien. O'Brien recently stepped down as the archbishop of St. Andrews and Edinburgh citing old age as his reason, according to CNN. He had previously denied allegations of sexual misconduct, but seems to have reversed his stance by releasing this apology.
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