CBS 48 Hours: “What Happened to the Perfect Child?” | December 4 2021

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Saturday (December 4, 2021) a special CBS “48 Hours” asks if a young girl adopted from Russia was capable of murder?


The all-new December 4th edition of “48 Hours” airs at 10PM ET/PT on CBS. You can watch previous episodes at CBS and ParamountPlus 

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More than two decades ago, 48 HOURS contributor Troy Roberts reported on the heart-wrenching story of a 9-year-old Russian girl who was adopted by an American couple. They called the little girl Caralee, and their lives together started with promise. But two years later, the couple came to believe Caralee was dangerous, even capable of murder. They say she tried to kill her little brother.

Roberts was there as the American couple returned Caralee to Russia and left her behind in a children’s psychiatric hospital. For years, Roberts tried to find out what became of Caralee, and last summer they reunited. He learned her surprising story in a special edition of 48 HOURS: “What Happened to the Perfect Child?”.


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