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Alabama corrections officer had escape 'methodically' planned, body language expert says

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Vicky White, inset, is a corrections officer wanted in connection with Casey White's escape after allegedly driving away from the jail with him on April 29. (Lauderdale County Sheriff's Office) Vicky White allegedly walked out of the Lauderdale County Detention Center last week "with no care in the world" as accused killer Casey Cole White followed her into her marked police vehicle.The two are suspected of swapping out the ride for a copper Ford Edge SUV and vanishing – kicking off a U.S.

Marshals-led manhunt. Authorities said they are not related.CASEY WHITE ESCAPE: TIMELINE FOR ALABAMA MURDER SUSPECT ON THE RUN WITH CORRECTIONS OFFICER"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," Susan Constantine, a body language expert and president of the Human Behavior Academy, said of surveillance video showing the two leaving jail Friday morning. "She was prepared."Even without knowing the details of the case before watching the video, she said the jail guard’s body language showed she was determined to get something done and confident she’d succeed, she told Fox News Digital."She has had this thought out for quite some time, but there’s no fear," Constantine said.ALABAMA SHERIFF RELEASES JAILHOUSE SURVEILLANCE VIDEO SHOWING MURDER SUSPECT LEAVE WITH CORRECTIONS OFFICERShe smoothly backed her car into position, got out and took her time, going back into the driver-side door for something.Vicky White’s walk, which authorities have described as a "waddling gait," shows she’s "rough around the edges" and appears somewhat masculine, Constantine said.

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