Missing in Aruba: Gary Giordano's Lawyers Speak

Lawyers for the suspect in Robyn Gardner's disappearance say he is not guilty.
3:04 | 11/25/11

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Transcript for Missing in Aruba: Gary Giordano's Lawyers Speak
All right and first everybody GMA. Exclusive right now for the first time attorneys for the -- man suspected in the disappearance of Robyn Gardner tell us why their client is not guilty. We'll have to make the case to a judge today though in a fight for his freedom ABC's not gotten -- has the story and good morning to you not. Good morning to you laurel there's little chance of character -- will be free today instead we're told that the -- judges probably going to keep him detained without charges for another thirty days. But your Donna's new attorneys are now on the offensive insisting their client is innocent that the police have been playing dirty tricks. And that investigators have literally no hard evidence. This morning a -- authorities tell G -- make that for the sixth time. They'll ask the judge to keep the only suspect in Robyn Gardner's disappearance. -- -- Suspected of murder Gary Giordano now jailed for over 100. He's considered a flight risk -- -- renowned for spearheading Casey Anthony's acquittal last summer. And Chris -- way he secured the release of two men suspected of involvement in Natalee Holloway disappearance in 2005. They're speaking exclusively -- it. They believe investigators are -- able to build a case even with DNA confirmation that blood found at this speech. But the two were spotted together was in fact gardeners. They tell G -- they could have as easily been a free man. If it weren't for just a few phone calls do you think that he would still be here -- -- those calls them acts you want my personal opinion please. I don't know. If you want to use that against Gary you have to consider the source and he was advised to do it. By his lawyer two days after Robyn Gardner disappeared Giordano called American Express. Inquiring about the one point five million dollar travel insurance policy. He took out on Gardner before they travel to this idyllic island. Naming himself the beneficiary one -- representative told the FBI -- -- -- sounded quote excited like he was about to win something. Still investigators admit they have nobody no -- -- and no convincing motive which is why his new attorneys are clamoring for his release. He's innocent how confident are you pay it this it doesn't pass the laugh test where you gonna say that -- person goes to an island where. He's never been before. And doesn't leave a Trace of a crime. I don't buy it I don't buy Giordano continues to maintain -- she drifted away from him while they were snorkeling area should be released. And that I don't think you should hold someone detain them put them in prison unless you have some evidence of a crime. For which there is -- -- are over a hundred agent and investigators are still trying to figure out whether you're done as a criminal mastermind. Or just a guy with some really bad luck and some bad legal advice now we could see. Murder charges pressed within two weeks -- all right thanks so much Matt -- we shall say.

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