CAYLEE ANTHONY'S GRANDPARENTS, CINDY AND GEORGE ANTHONY, SPEAK OUT ABOUT THE EVENTS SURROUNDING THEIR 3-YEAR-OLD GRANDAUGHTER'S DISAPEARANCE AND THEIR DAUGHTER'S ALLEGED INVOLVEMENT THIS FRIDAY, DEC. 12 ON 'DATELINE'
Report Includes the Latest Developments in the Case, Rarely Heard Police Recordings and Chilling Messages Obtained from Casey Anthony's Home Computer
NEW YORK � December 10, 2008 � One of the most disturbing stories of this past year began in July when the disappearance of an adorable 3-year-old, Caylee Anthony, made national headlines. Since then, its been splashed all over the tabloids and spun-dry endlessly on cable new shows, fueling the kind of public frenzy usually reserved for celebrities. As the search for Caylee continued throughout the summer months, her mother Casey's already troubling involvement became even more suspicious, eventually leading police to charge her with the unimaginable: murder.
Now, with Casey Anthony's impending trial and the family's efforts to find Caylee still making national headlines, the grandparents of missing 3-year-old, Cindy and George Anthony, speak out to "Dateline's" Dennis Murphy for an in-depth report. The hour long broadcast, airing on Dec. 12 (10:00 PM/ET), puts the case together in a way the public has never heard before, with insights from people involved in the case from all sides. The report includes the latest developments in the case, rarely heard police recordings and chilling messages obtained from Casey Anthony's home computer.
David Corvo is the executive producer of "Dateline NBC."