A day after Casey Anthony was acquitted of charges of capital murder and child abuse, Texas Equusearch founder Tim Miller is considering filing legal action against Casey Anthony, according to a report by ABC13. He hopes to recoup the $112,000 he says the organization spent to search for the 2-year-old, who had been reported missing.
Equusearch says it used 4,200 volunteer searchers and spent $112,000 looking for Caylee in Florida. That includes phone lines, fuel cost, housing and more. In hindsight, Tim Miller believes based on trial testimony he heard that the child was never missing and now, Equusearch wants to be reimbursed.
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