Originally Posted by akbar
I don't think it's the reporter totally at fault, but I don't agree with it. Breaking news to people who spent time searching for the missing girl while on live TV does garner pure, emotional reactions but I don't think it's the kind of emotional response you want to look for. If they had done it with someone involved with the Caylee Anthony case, it would have created the same uproar here in the States. Kay Burley was just doing what she was told to do, so I don't blame her for anything outside of maybe poor judgment for not saying no, but I think the producers of the show should have had better judgment than this. What I would like to know is did Burley know that these two individuals were involved with the active search for the little girl? If so, then she should have known better. I for one wouldn't want to be on live TV when someone told me that a child that I had been involved in the active search for, especially if the child was close to me or my family, was found or expected to be found dead, but that's just me.