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December 13th, 2012
03:02 PM ET

Tonight: Damien Echols

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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  1. Leona Cormier

    I have been a fan of Piers Morgan and watched him every evening......WANT TO PRAISE HIM FOR STICKING TO HIS GUN CONTROL VIEWS...GO FOR IT DO NOT GIVE UP SOMEDAY SOMEONE WILL DO SOMETHING TO CALM YOUR CONCERN SINCE YOU ARE NOT THE ONLY ONE SURELY THAT BELIEVE LIKE YOU DO...... ONE QUESTION I WOULD LIKE TO ASK THE AMERICANS...TELL ME WHY YOU ARE NOT SAFE IN YOUR OWN HOME...................I AM A CANADIAN AND WOULD NOT WISH TO LIVE IN COUNTRY THAT I NEED GUN IN MY HOUSE TO FEEL SAFE.......DO NOT UNDERSTAND... THIS IS NOT ARE CASE IN CANADA....EVEN IF SOMEONE ONLY HAVE A GUN WHEN CHECK OUT HOW DO YOU KNOW THAT SOMEDAY YOU WILL NOT GO BESERK AND HAVE THIS GUN HANDY, PEOPLE DO NOT WISH HARM BUT CAN LOOSE THEIR COOL AT ANYTIME FOR A FEW MINUTES AND REGRET THE REST OF THEIR LIVES..... A CONCERNED CANADIAN FOR MY AMERICAN NEIGHBOR.......Leona

    December 13, 2012 at 4:00 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  2. susan baldwin

    I believe this man is a psychopath. I strongly believe he is guilty as charged, guity as found and guilty as pled (Aflord). He should still be in prison.

    December 14, 2012 at 2:54 am | Report abuse | Reply
  3. A

    Susan – Do you even know anything about the case? I find it hard to believe that someone who actually knows the details of the case and has taken the time to research and take everything into account wouldn't have least a shadow of doubt of the charges that were brought upon these 3 young men.

    December 17, 2012 at 3:57 am | Report abuse | Reply
    • Mary

      I agree with A....if you read "Life After Death" I don't know how a reasonable, fair-minded person could NOT see the innocence of these three men. Innocent people are often convicted of crimes all over the country.
      I have great respect for this guy. I don't how he went thru what he did for 18 yrs and can still be relatively normal.
      Thank God for all his syupporters because without their endurance, he would still be in prison

      December 26, 2012 at 9:12 pm | Report abuse | Reply

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