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June 13th, 2011
08:38 AM ET

Bug specialist testifies in Casey Anthony case

The trial of Casey Anthony continued Saturday with testimony from a forensic entomologist–a bug specialist– Neal Haskell.

Haskell was brought to the stand by the prosecution to discuss the likelihood that Caylee's body was stored in the trunk of Casey Anthony's car. Legal Analyst Sunny Hostin speaks with Kiran Chetry about the developments in the case.


Filed under: Casey Anthony trial • Justice • Law • U.S.
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  1. Debbie Riggs

    Im personaly experienced with postpartum depression. It seems that Casey may be a candidate for this mental illness. But this is no excuse for murder.Being experienced, I know that you get help knowing that this is not normal thoughts. Watching this cnn trial, it appears to me she has these symptoms.Im so sorry for little caylee, justice needs to be served! But taking in to consideration as caylee's mother she needs mental help, but needs to be punished for this is not in excuse to murder a child. Just my comment as an experienced parent of mental illness. Sincerly Yours, Debbie Riggs

    June 14, 2011 at 11:47 am |