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Florida / Anthony Trial / A Discussion #995298

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jun 10, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Chaos at the trial of Casey Anthony for the murder of her daughter, Caylee, reviewed; scenes shown of a stampede of people to get seats in the courtroom; details given about the evidence of the body.

(Orlando: Gary Tuchman) The day's events in the trial featured; scenes shown from the Florida courtroom where the images of the girl's remains and a duct tape scenario were shown. [Chief medical examiner Dr. Jan GARVAGLIA†- explains what happens when a child may drown; states the cause of death was homicide, not drowning; notes there should be no duct tape on the face of a child that died.] A photo of Caylee with her mother shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier discussion held with InSession's Jean Casarez and forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Hunter about the trial. [CASAREZ - says the duct tape on the skull was the key evidence and may/may not have been used to suffocate her; suggests the duct tape can be traced to the Anthony home.] [HUNTER - says the medical examiner cannot determine the cause of death because of the degrading of the remains; explains how the manner of a death is determined; speculates about the use of duct tape.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Tuchman, Gary

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