Phoebe Prince's suicide after being bullied by her school classmates drew worldwide attention to the deadly dangers of bullying. But now, nearly two years later, children are still dying. Phoebe’s mother, Anne O’Brien, sits down with Piers Morgan tonight in her first and only television interview, and talks about her daughter’s tragic death. O'Brien says "it was almost planned" because of the way the bullies reacted to Prince's death.
After her death one student wrote "Done" on Facebook while another wrote that "She got what she deserved." O'Brien says the culture in the school helped enable the bullies, rather than stop them. "It's - that level of aggression towards another human being is just beyond my understanding," she says. Tune in at 9pm ET for the full, emotional interview.