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On Thursday evening, "Piers Morgan Live" shared a portion of an interview with the daughter of alleged kidnapper and rapist Ariel Castro. Speaking exclusively to CNN's Laurie Segall, Angie Gregg shared her reaction upon learning that her father is being charged with these heinous acts:
"It was like everything crashed down. Like I just wanted to melt into the floor. I just wanted to die. I couldn't believe it and then everything, like all these weird things that I've noticed over the years," Gregg explained. "Everything is making sense now. It's all adding up. I'm disgusted. I'm horrified."
Joining the host for a face to face, sit down interview, on Thursday evening Jada Pinkett Smith offered some details about an app she's invested in that's designed to keep children safer:
"It's pretty much like a new 911, where you can have your guardians and you can press a button that will call 911, will call these guardians immediately," explained Pinkett Smith in discussing bSafe. "There will be a GPS that starts to track you and then starts to video record what is happening to you right then and there."
A mother of two children with hip-hop and acting icon Will Smith, Thursday's guest offered some insight into her own parenting techniques:
"I'm a different type of mother, in the fact that I share harsh realities with my children. I feel like I have to prepare my kids with what is really happening."
Reporting live from Cleveland, veteran reporter Ed Gallek shared his personal perspective on a case he's been covering for the better part of a decade:
"This is one of the things that I still carry around in my bag of reports. For 10 years I carried this report around. This is the original missing persons report of the Gina DeJesus case. Ten years old, coffee stained, tattered, and I always thought that someday this case might break," he told Piers Morgan. "Now I don't want to hear anybody say we always knew it would end like this. No, people always thought this case might end. Nobody predicted it would end like this."