The premiere of thisÂ Â three-partÂ seriesÂ Casey Anthony: An American Murder MysteryÂ on Investigation Discovery (ID) once more summoned viewers’ attention to Orlando, Fla., to unleash the death of toddler Caylee Anthony along with the acquittal of her mother, Casey Anthony, for the murder at 2011.
It’s the second caseÂ that the network has handled following JonBenÃ©t: An American Murder Mystery, which resulted in ID’s highest ratings when it aired last September, within this format.
Henry Schleiff, group president of ID said there are lots ofÂ additional stories which the franchise will pay for this year.
“We have noticed a resurgence of interest in a few of those iconic cases and trials — from O.J. Simpson to JonBenÃ©tÂ Ramsey and now Casey Anthony,” Schleiff said in an emailed statement to USA TODAY.Â Â “It is shocking that we don’t have closure on why and how Caylee Anthony was murdered,” he continued.Â Â “Now, with the benefit of time, our audiences wish to understand what happened and discover the truth.”
ID’s new docuseries comprises interviews with researchers and Casey’s parents, George and Cindy Anthony to help audiences get to the story.Â Â Cindy gave her child throughout the miniseries’ premiere, viewers will also be introduced to the discovery of a car, and the lies Anthony crafted for police.
One of Anthony’s inexplicable stories probed by the seriesÂ Â involvesÂ Â babysitterÂ Â Zenaida Gonzalez. From the first episode,Â a former Sergeant with the Sheriff’s Office, John Allen, claimsÂ Â Anthony toldÂ Â Detective Yuri Melich at July 2008 her two-year-old’s babysitter had disappeared with CayleeÂ a month.
Allen stated Anthony did not notify her parents or the authorities of the alleged abduction. Allen disclosed the flat Casey promised to be Gonzalez’ was vacant and had been without a tenant. Casting further afield on Casey’s narrative, Eric Edwards, a former corporal in the Sheriff’s Office, saidÂ no one by the name of Gonzalez had occupied the property.
When police located a lady she didn’t match the description Casey and she denied knowing Caylee and Casey, according to Sheriff of Orange County through the investigation, Kevin Beary.
Anthony’s assertion that she worked at Universal Studios and informed two co-workers about the alleged kidnapping of CayleeÂ Â was another fabrication, based on Edwards and Allen. Allen educated viewers that neither Anthony nor the colleagues were employees of the provider.
Allen said he and Melich chose Anthony to Universal Studios and observed her waving to coworkers and lying into the protector, to catch the mom in a lie.
The discovery of this Anthony’s Pontiac –Â Â that Edwards explained smelled “such as decomposition” — and also forensic evidence led authorities to believe Caylee might be dead.
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Edwards stated a cadaver dog alerted officers close to the trunk of the car or truck. As the episode ends building the case for murder, utility employee Roy Kronk discovered the skull of a child in the forests.
Parts two and three ofÂ Casey Anthony: An American Murder MysteryÂ Â Atmosphere Monday and Tuesday respectively at 10 p.m. ET.
IDÂ Â says info regarding the situation will be shown in the finale.
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