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The Case of: Caylee Anthony

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In 2008, 2-year-old Caylee Anthony is found dead in the woods near her family home in Florida just six months after she went missing. Her mother, Casey Anthony, becomes the prime suspect in her disappearance and subsequent murder and she is indicted on capital murder charges among others. Though many pieces of evidence are presented and dismissed by the defense, five key items during the investigation point to Casey Anthony. Viewers are invited to take a step back in time to explore the tragedy of Caylee Anthony with retired FBI supervisory special agent Jim Clemete and former New Scotland Yard criminal behavioral analyst Laura Richards.

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aired 144 days ago
Jim and Laura examine potential evidence overlooked by the prosecution, but a meeting with a juror and a judge leaves them with eyes wide open on the decision to acquit Casey Anthony.
aired 144 days ago
Jim and Laura talk to medical examiner Dr. Jan Garavaglia about her controversial ruling that Caylee died due to "homicide by undetermined means," then analyze the trial that captured the world's attention and resulted in a shocking acquittal.
aired 144 days ago
Jim Clemente and Laura Richards gather elite specialists to explore what may have happened to 2-year-old Caylee Anthony a decade after her tragic death; the team looks into whether her body was moved before its discovery.

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