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Florida / Anthony Trial #996253

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jun 24, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The continuing defense testimony from Cindy Anthony in the murder trial of her daughter Casey Anthony reported; scenes shown from the courtroom.

(Orlando: Gary Tuchman) The testimony from Cindy and from Casey's brother Lee Anthony reviewed; details given about the defense claim that Caylee drowned and Casey was abused. [In response to questions from defense attorney Jose Baez, Cindy ANTHONY - testifies about a picture of Caylee at the pool and the pool ladder.] [Lee ANTHONY - testifies about the family.] [Prosecutor Linda Drane BURDICK - questions Cindy.] What Lee said after court and the timetable for whether the case could go to the jury discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with InSession's Jean Casarez and Sunny Hostin about this day in the Anthony trial. [CASAREZ - says this is a family with issues; doubts casey will take the stand.] [HOSTIN - comments on what the defense was driving at: this is a dysfunctional family; suggests they have to put Casey on the stand to play out the drowning death theory.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Tuchman, Gary

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