Casey Anthony jurors’ names released, going into hiding

The Associated Press reports that it seems the jurors went into hiding just like Anthony.

After the jurors found Casey Anthony not guilty of murdering her 2-year-old daughter Caylee, many of them received death threats after the verdict, so Judge Belvin Perry delayed releasing the names of the 12 jurors and three alternates, saying he wanted to allow for a “cooling off period.”

According to Tampa Bay Online, the jurors include 7 women and 5 men, ranging from 33 years old to 65. Their jobs range from retired nurses, a former logger, a Verizon billing representative to a Publix cook, among others.

Six of the jurors had children and six did not. There were also five alternative jurors, two women and three men with three with children and two without.

A few of the jurors spoke with various media outlets immediately after the trial, but none went into extensive details.

Casey is now serving probation on an unrelated check fraud charge at an undisclosed location in Florida .