Manhunt for dangerous inmate continues.
Alabama jail guard Vicky White had secret phone calls over the course of two years with the murder suspect she helped smuggle out of jail last week. The corrections officer kept her 'special relationship' with Casey White alive while he served a 75-year sentence in state prison for a crime spree that involved him shooting at his ex-girlfriend, according to Lauderdale County Sheriff Rick Singleton. Casey was moved from state prison to the county jail where Vicky works in February to face trial on separate capital murder charges. Vicky then sold her house and planned to retire on Friday before taking off with him instead. A warrant has been issued for her arrest. Video of her leading the 6ft9in inmate out of jail shows she was 'prepared' to help him escape, says Human Behavior Academy president Susan Constantine. 'It was really obvious to me what was going on here was planned out, methodical, and she had played it out in her mind, even to where how she parked the car,' she told Fox News. 'She was prepared.' Her 'waddling gait' as she stepped out of her car and walked in to retrieve Casey shows she was 'rough around the edges' and somewhat masculine, Constantine said. Authorities are on day seven of a US Marshal-led manhunt for the fugitive pair. They could be armed with an AR-15 and a shotgun and may have used a copper 2007 Ford Edge to get away Surveillance video shows the moment Vicky White, 56, snuck 'monster' Casey White, 38, out of jail. She parks her cruiser by the door and takes her time exiting the vehicle, leaning back into the seat to grab something. She 'waddles' into the facility and leads Casey out, holding the door for him as he's shackled. 'She doesn't seem to have a care in the world,' said Constantine, the body language expert. 'Her stride movements are just at ease. There’s not a sense of franticness or rapid movement.' Dave Katz, a former DEA special agent who helped hunt down mobster Constabile 'Gus' Farace, says the pair could be anywhere. 'If she's smart, you’re going to have a hard time catching her,' he told Fox News, adding that he would start the search by looking at where she had been shopping, what she had been buying, and who Casey had been talking to right before they left. 'She might not have used cash – she would have bought them in advance,' he said. 'If he’s a backwoodsman, if he can sustain them hunting and fishing, I wouldn't discount that the people in the area, who live there, who may even know him, they'll tell you where [he would fish or hunt].'--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/otcpod1/support