Do the remains of a young girl discovered this morning belong to missing Orlando toddler Caylee Anthony? Elizabeth Vargas reports the latest information in a case that has drawn national attention since Caylee went missing last June. Her mother, Casey Anthony, did not report the child missing until a month later and has been charged in the young girl’s murder. She has pled not guilty to the murder charges. “20/20’s” ongoing reporting of the case will also include exclusive home videos and photos from Caylee’s life, interviews with family and friends and a detailed account of events from the time Caylee disappeared. The report airs on “20/20,” FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
Plus: ABC News Correspondent Bob Brown has covered dozens of heartwarming stories over the years, but none as close to his heart as his report airing Friday entitled “All for Madi.” Madi is friend and ABC News colleague Ani Mozian-Whitney’s baby girl, born premature because Ani was in kidney failure. But that’s not all. The person who stepped up to give the gift of life to Ani happened to be fellow ABC News co-worker and close friend Joan LeFosse. “20/20” follows the emotional journey of kidney donation, from the life-altering decisions to the physical and emotional preparations, through the complications and the actual transplant, and finally the recoveries.
And: No one can cut corners better than penny-pinching “King of Cheap” Roy Haynes. He is well-known, even famous in his Vermont community for being cheap. With today’s economy, that turns out to be a compliment. John Stossel reports.
“20/20” is anchored by Elizabeth Vargas and John Stossel. David Sloan is executive producer.