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Editor's note: Due to high demand, Piers Morgan's interview with Rachel Jeantel will re-air in its entirety tonight at 9.
Amidst the aftermath of the dramatic courtroom conclusion which saw the jury in the George Zimmerman trial return a "not guilty" verdict, tonight Piers Morgan returns with an encore presentation of his fascinating interview with Rachel Jeantel.
Joining the host for an exclsuive, face to face conversation, and with a studio audience hanging on every word, Jeantel listens intently as the "Piers Morgan Live" host rolls a video clip, in which CNN's Anderson Cooper conducted his own exclusive interviewwith the juror known simply as B37:
"I think she felt inadequate toward everyone because of her education and her communication skills," said the juror, speaking about Jeantel. "I just felt sadness for her."
Admitting to feeling "angry" and "upset" after hearing herself described in such a way, Morgan's guest defends her character:
"When the state closed they're trying to explain what kind of person I am. And you can see the kind of person I am," she explains. "Out of the whole stand I never cussed out Don [West]. Even during our little back - since March."
Having seen her courtroom nemesis, the man who aggressively cross-examined her doing the trial, in the CNN hallway earlier, Jeantel takes the high road:
"I'll hold it back. The only reason I have not said anything to Don Weston [sic] because my parents taught me better. As an adult you don't have the right to disrespect an adult," she explains. "Don't curse - okay I did give attitude."
Watch the rest of the clip of Morgan's exclusive interview with Rachel Jeantel, and for the full "Piers Morgan Live" interview, tune in at 9.
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