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A three-night expose into the 2008 murder of toddler Caylee Anthony, one of the most captivating and controversial cases in recent history, sheds new light on the crime and unexpected verdict. Investigative journalists definitively look at every angle of the case and whirlwind prosecution of Caylee's 22-year-old mother, Casey, who was charged with murdering her daughter and was tried in both the court of law and, ultimately, the court of public opinion. The series features exclusive interviews with Caylee's grandparents, Cindy and George Anthony, offering a unique look into the inner-working of the Anthony family; also featured are Clint House, a former close friend and confidant of Casey's; Belvin Perry Jr., the judge in Casey's trial; Kevin Beary, the former Orange County Sheriff who first investigated the case; and Jane Velez-Mitchell and Diane Dimond, both crime reporters and TV journalists who covered the trial.

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As the Casey Anthony trial continues, the defense takes center stage; the verdict sparks outrage across the country.
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The defense unleashes shocking allegations during the Casey Anthony trial, while the prosecution reveals its theory of how 2-year-old Caylee died.
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Casey Anthony insists her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, has been abducted by her nanny, then investigators discover the toddler has been missing for 31 days.

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