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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Orlando: Gary Tuchman) A CNN exclusive report on the parents of Casey Anthony, who is on trial for the murder of her daughter, Caylee, do not believe she is innocent, but do not want her to get the death penalty discussed; family and courtroom photos and defense attorney Jose Baez video shown; details given about the defense's forensic case with witness testimony summed up. What family attorney Mark Lippman says about charges George Anthony had an affair with Crystal Holloway discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with InSessions' Jean Casarez and forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Hunter about the Anthony trial and the defense strategy. [CASAREZ - talks about the fact the parents do not believe Casey is innocent, what to look for in mother Cindy's testimony tomorrow, the defense strategy to raise reasonable doubt about evidence in the car trunk.] [HUNTER - comments on the day's testimony about samples tested from the car trunk and hair testing.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Tuchman, Gary
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