‘Caylee Law’ Petition Drive: Do Missing Child Laws Need to Change?

July 7 – Yahoo! Canada

Professor Corey Yung quoted:

One of the most unfathomable aspects of the just-concluded Casey Anthony murder trial was that no one reported 2-year-old Caylee Anthony missing, or dead, until a month after the child’s disappearance. That’s something that Michelle Crowder has set out to discourage in the future – by making “failure to report” a federal crime.

Ms. Crowder, of Durant, Okla., has created a “Caylee’s Law” petition, which is circulating online at Change.org, a social change platform. The petition had collected more than 475,000 online signatures by Thursday afternoon, two days after a Florida jury acquitted Ms. Anthony of charges, including capital murder, that she was responsible for Caylee’s death.

 

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