After more than three years behind bars, Casey Anthony is a free woman.  Anthony walked out of Orange County Jail shortly after midnight Sunday morning, 12 days after she was acquitted of murder in the death of her two-year-old daughter, Caylee.

Tony Zumbado was one of three journalists allowed to document the release from inside the jail, and describes Anthony's final steps towards freedom...

 

Mark Sedensky is one of the other journalists embedded inside the Orange County Jail, and gave the press further details after Anthony's release...

 

Where did Casey go? Few know, the day after she was set free.

FOX News Radio's Eben Brown reports:

 

 

One place she it doesn't seem likely she is: her parents' house.

Derrol Nail of FOX News affiliate WOFL describes the scene on the street where George and Cindy Anthony live...

 

Outside the jail, reporters weren't the only ones awaiting Anthony's release.  Hundreds of protesters were gathered outside Orange County Jail when she walked out the doors...

Hear some of the protesters HERE...

 

FOX's Casey Stegall has more on the protesters...

 

This woman was among the protesters, and explains why she camped outside the facility...