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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(Orlando: Gary Tuchman) The trial of Casey Anthony for the murder of her daughter Caylee reviewed; details given of computer evidence about the use of chloroform and how Casey did "homework" about ways to kill her daughter; scenes shown from the Florida courtroom as the prosecution's case is built. [In response to voice of prosecutor Linda Drane Burdick, software expert John BRADLEY- outlines the computer searches about certain terms.] The weak defense about the computer word searches discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Atlanta: Sanjay Gupta) What the "volatile" liquid chloroform can do to the body, how the compound could be easily made discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with InSession's Jean Casarez and forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Hunter about the computer evidence in the Anthony trial. [HUNTER - comments on the computer searches for "chloroform".] [CASAREZ - comments on the explanations for the computer searches and the likely testimony in the trial tomorrow.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Tuchman, Gary;
- Gupta, Sanjay
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