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Casey Anthony has "confessed" to killing her daughter Caylee, a source has exclusively told The ENQUIRER.

In a search of Casey's home, cops found a shocking "diary of death" in which the murder-mom basically admits to killing her angel-faced daughter, sources have told The ENQUIRER.

And the detailed handwritten diary written by Casey in the days immediately before and after the toddler's death is so damning that prosecutors could reconsider seeking the death penalty, sources told The ENQUIRER.

In the diary, sources tell The ENQUIRER, twisted Casey spelled out her evil intentions and said she planned to murder her daughter as a "mercy killing" to keep her out of the hands of her mother, Cindy. Police believe the night before Caylee died, Casey and her mother had a vicious fight, and Cindy swore that she would take the little girl away from Casey for good.

"Casey snapped," a source told The ENQUIRER. "In her sick mind, she became convinced that Caylee would be better off dead, in heaven, than in the hands of her mother."

Authorities recently released 650 pages of evidence, including one page of a diary in which Casey wrote: "I have no regrets, just a bit worried. I just want for everything to work out okay. I completely trust my own judgment. I know that I made the right decision."


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