Piers Told DTI: "Listening to Private Conversations Unnerving"

The Daily Beast has got hold of Piers Morgan’s interview transcripts from the Viglen investigation back in 2004, as Guido anticipated last week. The CNN host denied any wrongdoing over the shady share-tipping scandal, but admitted that his “bowels were beginning to twitch slightly about what was going to happen“. Without a hint of irony, Piers expressed his dismay that investigators had obtained recordings of his phone calls to a stock broker:

“I have to tell you, I found it one of the most unnerving things in my life, having to listen to transcripts of private conversations. It’s not something I’ve ever had to do before. I hope I never have to again.”

Sadly for Piers, we don’t always get what we wish for…

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