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Florida / Anthony Trial / The Verdict #1001871

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 05, 2011
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Orlando: Kerry Sanders) The stunning outcome of the trial of Casey Anthony for murdering her daughter Caylee reviewed; scenes shown from the courtroom. [Court CLERK – pronounces Anthony not guilty.] [Outside, PEOPLE – react.] [Defense attorney Jose BAEZ††- says Casey did not murder Caylee.] [State Attorney Lawson LAMAR††- says he never criticizes a jury.] Statement from parents Cindy and George Anthony quoted.

(Studio: Brian Williams, Savannah Guthrie) What a not-guilty verdict means and the gaps in the evidence discussed.

Reporter(s):
Williams, Brian;
Sanders, Kerry;
Savannah, Brian Williams,
Duration:
00:04:50

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