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Prosecutors have likened the romantic relationship to Casey Anthony’s partying behavior after her daughter, Caylee, went missing.Anthony, of course, was found not guilty in her daughter’s death.This coming Sunday, Hallmark Hall of Fame presents a telefilm version of Jewish playwright P’Nenah Goldstein‘s romantic drama stage play, “Loving Leah.” (Sunday, Jan. on CBS) I had a chance to see the telefilm in advance of the TV showing and I did a telephone interview with interfaith actor Adam Kaufman, 34, who plays the male lead character, Jewish doctor Jake Lever.Though Loving Leah is better than most romantic comedies or dramas in the movie theaters, it’s not Pulitzer Prize material.Earlier in the day, Kaufman’s defense team brought in one of the most famous forensic pathologists in the country to poke holes in prosecutors arguments that Adam killed his wife Lina in 2007. Michael Baden, a gray-haired, scholarly appearing pathologist, is the former Chief Medical Examiner for New York City. Baden was an expert in the OJ Simpson murder trial, the Claus Von Bulow case, and the deaths of John Belushi and Sid Vicious, among others.He also headed the pathology board that re-examined the assassinations of President John F. “Lina Kaufman did not die of unnatural causes,” Baden testified Thursday. She died of natural causes.” Baden said Miami-Dade Medical Examiner Bruce Hyma relied on the work of two rookie associates to conclude that Lina Kaufman was strangled.In June 2007, Montgomery announced her pregnancy with Kaufman, which was written into the sixth season.On December 23, 2007, Montgomery gave birth to their son Jackson Phillip Deveraux Montgomery Kaufman in Los Angeles.
He said injuries to her throat were exacerbated by botched resuscitation efforts by her husband and paramedics.
He said there were no such marks on Kaufman’s hands.
After Hill, the defense called former Palm Beach County Chief Medical Examiner Dr.
Adam Kaufman (born May 11, 1974) is an American actor, known for his role in 2002 in the Steven Spielberg science fiction mini-series Taken as Charlie Keys and as Parker Abrams in season 4 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
In 1999, he starred in the unaired pilot Brookfield as Jamie Harper.