Casey Anthony’s former bodyguard says ‘without a doubt’ she’s guilty

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Rob Dick, Casey Anthony’s former bodyguard, recently spoke out for the first time on the podcast “Allegedly,” saying that he’s completely sure the Orlando, Florida, mom killed her daughter, 2-year-old Caylee.

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“Yes. Without a doubt,” he responded when asked if he thought Anthony is guilty. “I think everybody knew she did it.”

How is he so sure? Dick cites Anthony’s strange behavior and lack of interest in her daughter’s whereabouts after being released from jail on bond.

See photos from the case:

Casey Anthony, foreground, is escorted out of the courtroom, as her parents Cindy and George Anthony, background center, watch her leave after a bond hearing at the Orange County courthouse in Orlando, Fla., Tuesday, July 22, 2008. The 22-year-old mother reported her daughter missing last week, more than a month after the little girl allegedly disappeared. Anthony’s bond was set at $500,000. She is charged with obstructing the investigation after investigators say she lied to them.(AP Photo/Red Huber, pool)

Attorney Jose Baez, left, and Casey Anthony, center, confer with Andrea D. Lyon, a new attorney for Casey Anthony, who is a death-penalty expert from Chicago during a hearing in Orlando, Fla., Thursday, May 28, 2009. A jailhouse video showing Casey Anthony reacting to news that her daughter Caylee’s remains had been found should be sealed permanently because it was “cruel” and “inhumane,” her attorney told a judge Thursday. (AP Photo/Red Huber, Pool)

Attorneys Jose Baez, left, and Andrea Lyon, right, stand with Casey Anthony, center, Friday, October 16, 2009 as Judge Stan Strickland enters the courtroom at the Orange County Courthouse. Circuit Judge Stan Strickled dismissed a request Friday to throw out the most serious criminal charges against Casey Anthoney, accused of killing her 2-year-old daughter Caylee Anthony in 2008. (AP Photo/Red Huber, Pool)

Cindy Anthony, left, and her husband George Anthony arrive at an Orange County courtroom in Orlando Wednesday, July 15, 2010 where Cindy Anthony will testify about a series of calls on July 15, 2008, representing the first time law enforcement became aware of the disappearance of Caylee Marie Anthony. Casey Anthony, 24, is charged with first degree murder in her 2-year-old daughter’s death. Caylee’s remains were found in late 2008, months after she was reported missing. (AP Photo/Pool, Red Huber)

Casey Anthony, center, is escorted from the courtroom with her defense attorneys Cheney Mason, left, and Jose Baez, during the reading of charges to the third jury panel, at the Pinellas County Criminal Justice Center, Wednesday, May 11, 2011, in Clearwater, Fla. Anthony has been charged with killing her 2-year-old daughter. (AP Photo/Joe Burbank, Pool)

Casey Anthony, center, with her attorneys Jose Baez, left, Cheny Mason, second from left, and Dorothy Clay Sims, right, talk before the start of the trial at the Orange County Courthouse on Tuesday, May 24, 2011, in Orlando, Fla. Casey Anthony is charged with the murder of her 2-year-old daughter. Anthony, 25, is charged with killing her 2-year-old daughter Caylee Anthony. (AP Photo/Red Huber, Pool)

Cindy Anthony, holding a teddy bear, and her husband, George Anthony, leave the courtroom after listening to the first part of the state’s opening arguments in their daughter’s first-degree murder trial, at the Orange County Courthouse, in Orlando, Fla., Tuesday, May 24, 2011. Their daughter, Casey Anthony, is on trial for the murder of her 2-year-old daughter. (AP Photo/Joe Burbank, Pool)

Casey Anthony listens to the testimony of Mallory Parker during Anthony’s trial at the Orange County Courthouse, Friday, May 27, 2011 in Orlando, Fla. Anthony, 25, has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder of her daughter, 2-year-old Caylee Anthony, in the summer of 2008. If convicted, she could be sentenced to death. (AP Photo/Red Huber, Pool)

A photo entered into evidence at the Casey Anthony trial at the Orange County Courthouse on Friday, May 27, 2011 in Orlando, Fla. shows the interior of Anthony’s car. Anthony, 25, has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder of her daughter, 2-year-old Caylee Anthony, in the summer of 2008. If convicted, she could be sentenced to death. (Red Huber, Orlando Sentinel, Pool)

A video entered into evidence is seen on a monitor as Lee Anthony, left, talks with his sister Casey, right, while Casey was in jail following the disappearance of her daughter. The video was shown at Casey’s first degree murder trial at the Orange County Courthouse on Thursday, June 2, 2011, in Orlando, Fla. Casey Anthony, 25, is charged with murder in the 2008 death of her daughter Caylee. If convicted, she could be sentenced to death. (AP Photo/Red Huber, Pool)

Casey Anthony, and her attorney Dorothy Clay Sims, right, sit at the defense table before the start of the 13th day of her murder trial at the Orange County Courthouse, Wednesday, June 8, 2011 in Orlando, Fla. Anthony, 25, is charged with killing her daughter Caylee in the summer of 2008. (AP Photo/Joe Burbank, Pool)

A photograph, of Caylee Anthony is displayed on a monitor after being entered into evidence during day 18 of the Casey Anthony murder trial at the Orange County Courthouse, in Orlando, Fla., Tuesday, June 14, 2011. Anthony, 25, is charged with killing her 2-year old daughter, Caylee, in 2008. (AP Photo/Red Huber, Pool)

A photograph, of Casey Anthony, left, and her daughter Caylee is displayed on a monitor after being entered into evidence during day 18 of the Casey Anthony murder trial at the Orange County Courthouse, in Orlando, Fla., Tuesday, June 14, 2011. Anthony, 25, is charged with killing her 2-year old daughter in 2008. (AP Photo/Red Huber, Pool)

Casey Anthony, right, with defense attorney Jose Baez, listens to proceedings during her murder trial at the Orange County Courthouse, in Orlando, Fla., Wednesday, June 15, 2011. Anthony, 25, is charged with killing her 2-year old daughter in 2008.(AP Photo/Red Huber,Pool)

An image projected on a courtroom monitor showing Cindy Anthony’s hands, left, and her granddaughter Caylee at the family pool at their home, is submitted into evidence in the Casey Anthony trial at the Orange County Courthouse in Orlando, Fla., on Friday, June 24, 2011. Anthony, 25, is charged with the murder of her 2-year old daughter in 2008. Defense attorneys showed jurors several photos on Friday that they hope bolster their argument that the toddler drowned and wasn’t murdered. (AP Photo/Red Huber,Pool)

Casey Anthony holds hands with her defense attorneys, Jose Baez, left, and Dorothy Clay Sims, as they listen to the verdict at the Orange County Courthouse in Orlando, Fla., Tuesday, July 5, 2011. The jury acquitted Anthony of murdering her daughter, Caylee. (AP Photo/Red Huber, Pool)

Down the street from the Anthony family home, Tiana McLeod, left, Aaron Kaser, center, and Chelsea Rodriguez react to the verdict of not guilty of murder being read in the case against Casey Anthony, in Orlando, Fla., Tuesday, July 5, 2011. (AP Photo/Roberto Gonzalez)

Casey Anthony, center, walks out of the Orange County Jail with her attorney Jose Baez, left, during her release in Orlando, Fla., early Sunday, July 17, 2011. Anthony was acquitted last week of murder in the death of her daughter, Caylee. (AP Photo/Red Huber, Pool)

Aisha Howard, 10, left, and Jordan Howard, 8, right, of Clearwater, Fla., protest the release of Casey Anthony outside the Booking and Release Center of the Orange County Jail in Orlando, Fla., Saturday, July 16, 2011. (AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack)

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“Here’s a mom in jail for the last 30 days, supposedly not knowing where her child is for 60 days now,” he said. “First question, what do you think it would be? ‘Have you heard anything?'”

Instead, Dick, who was staying in the house at the time, said that Anthony arrived home “perfectly happy” and that her first words were, “What’s for dinner? Jail food sucks.”

Despite the widespread belief that Anthony committed the crime, she was found not guilty in July 2011. The verdict sparked outrage across the nation and caused her to have to go into hiding.

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