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Casey Anthony was named “the most hated mom in America.” Crime correspondent Melissa Moore goes behind the headlines of the Casey Anthony case and discusses the details that still make her story so captivating today.
In an exclusive interview, guests Nathan Lezniewicz and Clint House, the former roommates of Casey Anthony, open up about their first impressions of Anthony as a mother. They explain why they never suspected Anthony’s daughter, Caylee, was missing.
Guests Nathan Lezniewicz and Clint House reveal when they learned of Caylee Anthony’s disappearance and later, her death. They share their theories as to what may have happened to Caylee.
Guest Clint House suspects that Casey Anthony may have given sedatives to her daughter Caylee, which may have played a role in Caylee’s death. Dr. Oz explains why sedatives are dangerous and weighs in on Caylee’s autopsy report.
Coroner Karla Knight Deese explains why the first 24 hours after a murder are crucial to successfully solve a case. Then, forensic criminologist Dr. Laura Pettler reveals the first step of a murder investigation.
Tanner Barton appeared to be a healthy nineteen-year-old when he suddenly died at a friend’s house. Forensic criminologist Dr. Laura Pettler and coroner Karla Knight Deese discuss his case and reveal why they recommend a further investigation.
Forensic criminologist Dr. Laura Pettler and Dr. Oz discuss how ketamine, also known as Special K, is linked to Tanner Barton’s death. Plus, Dr. Oz shares a statement from the veterinarian who was in the house where Barton died.
Despite being healthy, nineteen-year-old Tanner Barton collapsed and died in a friend’s basement. Barton’s mother recounts her last conversation with him and what she thinks may have happened the night he died.
Forensic criminologist Dr. Laura Pettler reveals the three most common reasons someone may not report an emergency. Then, coroner Karla Knight Deese explains the role of a toxicology report during an investigation.
Guest Michele Barton reveals whether she would want further testing done for her son’s case. Then, forensic criminologist Dr. Laura Pettler discusses the benefits of a victim-centered approach in a criminal investigation.
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