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Florida / Anthony Trial / The Verdict / Casey's Lies / A Discussion #996972

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 05, 2011
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[Orange County state attorney Lawson LAMAR†- talks about "reasonable doubt" in the Casey Anthony case: a dry bones case.]

(Studio: John King) The verdicts in the trial of Casey Anthony for murdering her daughter, Caylee, reviewed; scenes shown from the courtroom testimony and presentations to outline Casey's elaborate lies, including her jail house conversations with her parents.

(Studio: John King) Live discussion held with defense attorney Mark Geragos, former prosecutor Paul Henderson and DePaul University professor Andrea Lyon about the verdict in the Anthony trial. [LYON - comments on Casey's lies and how the prosecution overcharged the case by going for first-degree murder to get a pro-prosecution jury.] [HENDERSON - says Casey lied about her past, but where was the body so she benefitted from her lies.] [GERAGOS - comments on the misdemeanor sentence for lies; states commentators and yahoos, bozos and clowns have been abysmal feeding the public misinformation.]

Reporter(s):
King, John
Duration:
00:08:50

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