"So, this is the end of my first video log. I'll probably do another one later…maybe I'll bring the dog, who knows?" Anthony says. "But this is again the first of many and I'm looking forward to this. It's going to be scary because I hate being on camera, but, I don't know, I need to conquer that fear at some point…this is a good start. So, here's hoping. It's the end of the first, just the beginning."
Anthony's video appearance reignited the rage people felt in days after her acquittal, and readers left angry posts all over the Internet, including on Facebook, blogs and ABCNews.com.
"All I hearing is what it means to Casey; what is mine, I am excited, I am happy, hope things get better for me me and don't forget me," said one message on ABCNews.com. "What about Caylee, and her family. She does not seem to be worried if the baby is at rest, or what her parents who stood up for her feel."
"'I have something that I can finally call mine.' Uh, wasn't her daughter something she could call hers?" another wrote.
Many expressed concerns for the dog Anthony mentioned adopting. "Praying for that poor dog. That woman is deranged," one person wrote.
"She is probably one of the most unpopular (and despised)- people in the country (and still in "seclusion") ... I think a public video blog is the last thing she needs," wrote a commenter. "She needs to change her look (again), change her name, and disappear from public life."