Eliza wrote:DR. DREW PINSKY, HOST (voice-over): Beth Holloway`s search for closure spanned six years and thousands of miles all the way to a squalid Peruvian jail to face her daughter`s potential killer. Tonight, she speaks out on the agony of not knowing.
HOLLOWAY: Well, based on what I`ve been through, of course, it is different from what Cindy is going through, but I do know this, as a parent of a missing and murdered child --
HOLLOWAY: No parent of a missing, murdered child gives conflicting accounts to explain what happened to their child. And then, their child that`s missing winds up being found dead in three layers of garbage bag.
PINSKY: This is Casey we`re talking about. Yes.
HOLLOWAY: That is definitive in my expertise --
PINSKY: So you were, like Casey, a parent of a missing child.
PINSKY: And so, you know that feeling.
PINSKY: And to see the disconnect between what you felt and what I`m just getting overwhelmed by, by just even contemplating it, Casey does not seem like somebody who lost -- or had normal feelings for a lost child?
HOLLOWAY: It is not anything that is familiar to me, whatsoever, and with any of the other families that I have worked with. As I said, no parent gives conflicting accounts to explain what happened to their child that`s missing, and they wind up being found murdered. No, it doesn`t happen. Parents are dead on, straight on with the facts. They become hyper focused, and they are on it.
Yeah, right, Ms. Twitty.