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Casey Anthony’s Lawyer Hired By Michael Lohan

    August 7, 2014
    Lacy Langley
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Casey Anthony’s now-famous lawyer, Jose Baez, has been hired by another (somewhat) famous face.

Michael Lohan, the train wreck father of Lindsay Lohan, has allegedly hired Baez to bring charges against the Palm Beach County Detention Center.

He is accusing the facility of ignoring vaginal bleeding happening to his pregnant girlfriend, Kate Major.

On August 4th, the bleeding was reported to have gone on for five days. Casey Anthony’s former lawyer is hoping to issue a court order for the jail to properly treat Kate Major’s bleeding.

“This is a real mess,” Lohan said of the fiasco. “She is … pregnant and they know it … usually, this type of bleeding is indicative of a miscarriage.”

He said authorities “put a pregnant woman with people who have staph infections,” and that “the stuff that goes on in that place is just inhumane.”

He continued, “What do they think is going to happen?”

Michael Lohan has also said that Kate Major’s living conditions are barbaric.

“She hasn’t showered in four days. The vent in her cell has mold, and every time the air turns on the mold pieces fall into her cell. She has bruises on her back because she is sleeping on a plastic bed with a thin mattress.”

Jose Baez, who defended Casey Anthony in the murder trial of her daughter Caylee, was brought on board to hopefully work a little of that nearly impossible Casey Anthony magic. Can he improve conditions for Kate Major, who is serving an eight-month sentence for violating probation on a DUI sentence and is also carrying Michael Lohan’s baby?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jj6Wv3fNvkg

We shall see. He was able to free Casey Anthony when almost the entire country was convinced of her guilt, so perhaps he could make it happen.

Image via YouTube

  • iamahumanguineapig

    Those jail conditions sound pretty typical. While I’ve never been any further than booking, I’ve had acquaintances that were in jail and have heard plenty of stories about the generally horrific conditions. Thin plastic mattresses seem to be the norm for city and county lockups, from what I’ve heard and seen on shows like MSNBC’s “Lockup”. Most places appear to be pretty grubby and dingy-looking. Given that they’re not exactly top priority for funding (except for staffing, or so I’d think), I’m not surprised at accounts of mold, insect infestations, and the like. It’s sad and true, but it could also be far, far worse.

  • Nancy Robbins

    Seems to me that when you go to jail you have to put up with the conditions in the jail. Sorry, she’s pregnant, but that’s her crisis, not the public’s. Unfortunately, when you break the law and go to jail, you do not get special privileges, even while pregnant. do the crime, do the time. You do not get a special suite because you are pregnant. you are with everyone else in the same area. If you get an infection, see the doctor and get a pill. that’s the price one has to pay.

    • tuhlulah

      Unfortunately, you are not seeing the bigger picture here. The baby inside her, did not commit a crime, he/she is not a criminal. The baby does not deserve poor treatment and the like. In order that the baby does not get punished for the sins of the mother, (gets sick, dies, etc.,) pregnant women should have better living conditions, and then after the baby is born, they can go back to the conditions most criminals live with. That is just and right.

  • jennifer

    Casey Anthony’s
    Attorney Johnathan Kasen is running for Broward County Judge in Florida

    http://www.browardbeat.com/casey-anthonys-atty-helps-in-race-for-judge/

    Attorney Johnathan
    Kasen defended Casey Anthony

    see the video below CNN,
    MSNBC

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wxg3PA2zOzg