This is heart-wrenching. On the second night of ID’s ‘Casey Anthony: An American Murder Mystery’ special, Casey’s parents relive the moment that they found out their granddaughter Caylee was dead. Watch the devastating preview, right here.
In the Anthonys first interview since Casey was freed, George sensationally admits to Dr. Phil he believes Casey drugged her daughter so she could go out and party — and that the toddler never woke up!
A tearful George Anthony believes Casey Anthony may have been helped by an accomplice, but that his daughter was ultimately “responsible” for Caylee‘s death and the disposal of her body. His wife Cindy disagrees with her husband. She believes Caylee drowned in a tragic accident! Which of them is telling the truth?
George and Cindy Anthony Have ALREADY shot their interview with the tough talking TV psychologist, who promises he asked all the hard questions!
The Anthonys WON’T be paid for their appearance on the season premiere of the Dr. Phil Show, on September 12 — but money will be donated to their charity, Caylee’s Fund, named after their murdered granddaughter.
Casey’s relationship with her mom and dad, George and Cindy, has totally broken down. They’ve had NO contact with her since she was found not guilty and she’s refusing to accept their offer of help. Casey Anthony was freed from jail early on Sunday and jetted off in a private jet to a mystery location,…
After learning their daughter Casey Anthony was found not guilty for the murder of their granddaughter Caylee, Cindy and George Anthony released a statement via their lawyer about their thoughts on finally getting closure.
Cindy and George Anthony were the first people to leave the courtroom after their daughter, Casey Anthony, was found not guilty for the murder of her two-year-old daughter, Caylee, July 5. Although it seemed they were upset with the verdict, the Anthony’s released a statement applauding the jury’s “fair decision.”
Casey Anthony may have just caught a huge break in her trial for the 2008 murder of her 2-year-old-daughter, Caylee. Her mom Cindy has just negated evidence the prosecution previously used against Casey!
Cindy testified in the Orlando, FL court today that she was the one who searched for the word “chloroform” on the family’s computer, NOT Casey, even though work records show that Cindy was at her job at the time of the searches.
But George and Cindy Anthony DON’T want her to get the death penalty if she’s found guilty of murdering her daughter Caylee.
The Anthonys attorney Mark Lippman made the incredible confession to a reporter working for Anderson Cooper‘s CNN show AC360 on June 23.
It’s been called garbage and human remains, but no one was sure. Now an expert on human decomposition weighs in on what really caused the ‘death’ smell in Casey’s car. Arpad Vass, a senior research scientist at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee, also known as the “Body Farm,” was called to the witness…
The testimony of Casey Anthony’s brother Lee in the murder of Caylee harms Casey’s defense!
Lee Anthony, Casey‘s older brother, took the stand today to corroborate his mother Cindy‘s story that she hadn’t seen her 2-year-old granddaughter Caylee in weeks, around the time of her disappearance — and when questioned about her whereabouts, Casey had merely given excuses.
Caylee’s grandmother Cindy Anthony testified in court today, May 31, and struggled to maintain her composure as she relived the moment she discovered Caylee was missing.
The Casey Anthony trial has brought up a lot of twists and turns, including today’s testimony where her mother Cindy Anthony, 52, couldn’t control her sobs as she took to the stand to discuss the terrifying 911 call she made to police back in July 2008 when 2-year-old Caylee was reported missing. “I lost it,” Cindy testified. “I just went into the room and yelled at Casey, ‘What do you mean she’s been gone? Why didn’t you tell us?'”
This case has kept everyone on the edge of their seats — is it on the verge of being resolved?
Casey Anthony, a 25-year-old Orlando, Florida mother, is finally going to trial for a terrible crime committed three years ago. Caylee Anthony was murdered and all but forgotten until the child’s grandmother, Cindy Anthony, made a phone call to Orange County Police and reported her missing.
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