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Nearly one year since the tragic events of the Newtown school shooting shocked the nation, and much of the world, on Wednesday audio recordings of the Sandy Hook Elementary School 911 calls were released.
Joining "Piers Morgan Live" for a face to face interview, Neil Heslin offered his reactions:
“I wish they weren’t released,” said the man who lost his 6-year-old son Jesse Lewis on that devastating day. “It’s just a sad reminder of what happened and clearly the day is etched in my mind, December 14th.”
With the one year anniversary of the massacre approaching, Heslin spoke of facing another holiday season without his child:
“I will probably take the Christmas tree down that I never took down from last year," Heslin shared with Piers Morgan. "We never decorated it. Jesse and I set it up after Thanksgiving and we were planning on decorating it that weekend.”
Watch the above clip for more of Morgan heartbreaking interview with Neil Heslin, and for the next episode of "Piers Morgan Live," tune in to CNN at 9.
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