“The Case of: Caylee Anthony” Delves Past the Media Frenzy of One of the Most Notorious Cases of the Past Decade

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16 May 2018
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The Case of: Caylee Anthony
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"The Case of: Caylee Anthony"
Saturday, May 19, Sunday, May 20 and Monday, May 21
at 8:00 ET/PT on Oxygen
 

          Oxygen Media takes a deep dive into one of the most notorious cases of the past decade in a three-night special event, The Case of: Caylee Anthony airing Saturday, May 19, Sunday, May 20 and Monday, May 21 at 8:00 ET/PT. From Emmy Award-winning Executive Producer Tom Forman (“The Case of: JonBenet Ramsey” and “Who Shot Biggie & Tupac”), the three-part limited series delves into the tragic disappearance and death of toddler Caylee Anthony, with an elite team of investigators and forensic experts, led by former NYC prosecutor, retired FBI supervisory special agent and profiler Jim Clemente and former New Scotland Yard criminal behavioral analyst Laura Richards.

          “The Case of: Caylee Anthony” will take viewers past the media frenzy, to what’s really important -- the details of the case and will present theories about what may have happened. Putting a new lens on this infamous case, Clemente and Richards have assembled the top minds in criminal justice including former FBI special agent James Fitzgerald; FBI Special Agent Nick Savage, who worked Anthony’s reported abduction and medical examiner Dr. Karl Williams.

 

          Beginning with the 911 call that launched a nationwide search for Caylee, the team will comb over the original investigative files, chase down witnesses, and consult with various experts who have firsthand knowledge of the case including forensic scientist Dr. Henry Lee, who was retained by the defense, and Dr. Jan Garavaglia, who was the medical examiner when Caylee’s remains were recovered. The team also reached out to the attorneys who represented both sides in the trial, the judge, a juror and a reporter who covered the investigation from its beginning, to gain insight about why this toddler’s death is still a mystery 10 years later and what may have happened to this little girl.
 


 
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