Rocker Ted Nugent joined Piers Morgan last night to talk America, guns and rock & roll. Nugent thinks things are wrong in America. "I don't like about America is what is being celebrated in politics," Nugent said, "where instead of being the best that you can be we seem to be engineering more and more safety nets which creates, encourages, and rewards an uncaring disconnect."
Nugent thinks that anybody that wants to disarm him "can drop dead..."
"Where you have the most armed citizens in America you have the lowest violent crime rate," Nugent says, "where you have the worst gun control you have the highest crime rate." So what does Nugent want to see America do about guns? "What I want is the second amendment."
Piers also talked with two lawyers to hear there thoughts on how they would handle a case like Dominique Strauss-Kahn's. Alan Dershowitz, author of "Trials of Zion," said "one never feels confident at this stage of a case." Criminal defense attorney Roy Black thinks there is only one defense in this case "and that's consent." Black emphasized, "you've gotta be aggressive in these cases."