Mom's spokesman insists missing Fla. girl is alive

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - A spokesman for the attorneys defending a Florida woman accused of murdering her missing daughter says a television network took his comments out of context to make it appear he said the girl is dead.

Spokesman Todd Black said he never told Headline News that 3-year-old Caylee Anthony is dead. Black said Thursday the attorneys for her mother, Casey Anthony, believe Caylee is alive. A body has not been found.

The network interviewed Black on live TV Tuesday and repeated part of the interview Wednesday. Headline News stands by its report. It says the transcript shows Black said "this is a very serious case involving not just the loss of the life of this little girl but the loss of whatever is going to happen with Casey Anthony."

Casey Anthony was arrested Tuesday and charged with murdering
her daughter.

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