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Five Female Killers Hotter Than Casey Anthony

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Casey Anthony, who was found not guilty in the death of her 2-year-old, is going to leave jail July 17. And if the pics of her boozing it up that circulated the web are even half true, we know that she's probably going to be partying hard but that she's definitely going to be lookin' fly

If you happen to run into Anthony, however, don't be seduced by her bedroom eyes, petite frame, silky mane, and criminal record (she was convicted of lying to cops). There are far foxier female jailbirds out there, and they've actually been convicted of killing people.

Click to see the Pulp's selection of photogenic, bad lasses. 

Amanda Knox

While studying abroad in Italy in 2007, this baby-faced Seattle native killed her British roommate. Knox is appealing... the charges. 

This Canadian pleaded guilty to murdering and raping several teenaged girls -- including her own sister -- alongside her hubby. She got only 12 years' jail time in what was referred to as a "deal with the devil" plea arrangement. 

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