Coming up this evening at 9, Piers Morgan sits down with Damien Echols, his wife Lorri Davis and producer Amy Berg to discuss their new documentary "West of Memphis."
The film, which was executive produced by "Lord of the Rings" and "The Hobbit" director Peter Jackson, documents the West Memphis Three murder case which resulted in the faulty 1994 conviction of Echols, who was 18 at the time, and his two friends Jason Baldwin, 16, and Jessie Misskelly, 17, for the murder of three eight-year-old boys.
Echols, Berg and Davis share with Morgan their experience of filming the documentary and the events that occurred including the sudden release of the convicted trio in August 2011 by way of the “Alford Plea".
Also on the program this evening, Morgan talks to businessman and philanthropist Howard G. Buffett about his foundation, the Howard G. Buffett Foundation, his father Warren Buffett and his take on the fiscal cliff. Rudy Giuliani will weigh in on the fiscal cliff debate and possible cabinet nominations while Marjorie Clifton and Margaret Hoover cover "Battleground America."
What the clip and listen to interview of Echols from his last sit down with Morgan as he talks about his life during imprisonment and tune in tonight to hear about his life since.
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