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Florida / Anthony Trial #997049

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jul 07, 2011
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(Kennedy Space Center: Anderson Cooper) The angry reaction to the verdict in the Casey Anthony murder trial noted; scenes shown of protests outside the courthouse in Orlando with demonstrators chanting "Caylee."

(New York: Tom Foreman) The hatred for Casey examined; nasty YouTube videos and Facebook threats shown. [With Barbara Walters, defense attorney Jose BAEZ - worries about Casey's safety.] [HLN's Drew PINSKY†- suggests she is in harm's way and will have to go into hiding.]

(Kennedy Space Center: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Anthony family attorney Mark Lippman about the verdict. [LIPPMAN - says the family is assimilating the court decision; reacts to the juror's view of George and possible charges against Cindy.]

(Kennedy Space Center: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news that Casey's release date will be moved to July 17 noted.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Foreman, Tom
Duration:
00:07:40

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