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On the backdrop of a fascinating CNN interview with Onil and Pedro Castro – the younger brothers of accused kidnapper and rapist Ariel Castro – this evening "Piers Morgan Live" will dig deeper into the mind and mentality of the man said to have kept three woman as hostages for the better part of a decade.
Having visited with Piers Morgan in the past, using his expertise to discuss the likes of Chris Dorner and Adam Lanza, tonight Dr. Xavier Amador returns to share his insights on the 52-year-old former school bus driver. A clinical psychologist and founder of LEAP Institute, Amador is the author of eight books, including the international best-seller, “I’m Not Sick, I Don’t Need Help.”
Meanwhile, joining the host from the ground in Cleveland, affiliate reporter Ed Gallek is back on the program with an update on a national test designed to reveal any additional crimes that can be attributed to Castro:
State attorney general checked Ariel Castro DNA statewide last week. Has now gotten back results from nationwide testing.
— Ed Gallek (@EdGallek19) May 13, 2013
Also, , as part of the show's new "Law and Disorder" segment, attorney's Jose Baez and Gloria Allred will discuss the legal aspects of the case, including the challenges that Castro's lawyer will face in defending a man so universally disliked.
Additionally, as partisan politics remain the way of life in the nation's capital, former Maine Senator Olympia Snowe will sit down in studio with the host, offering her take on the "stalemate in Congress," and some of the specific factors that effectively caused her to end her political career three months ago.
Tune in this evening at 9 as Morgan and his collection of guests delve into a handful of polarizing topics that are currently serving to pace the national discussion.
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