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I was -- areas giving an interview moments after a jury found her guilty of premeditated first degree murder.
Now we're waiting for the same jury to decide whether she should -- died for her crimes that exclusive interview was with are grown up a fox affiliate in Phoenix fox ten.
And joining me now is the reporter who scored that.
Troy Hayden Troy congratulations I mean it's an incredible -- How on earth did this happen.
I've had contact with the -- -- -- sheriff's office for years back in January.
Using those contacts I was given access security areas itself so give us back in January.
We spoke for about 45 minutes.
-- -- some things off the record at that time.
And she said at the end of that meeting that if I kept things off the record at into the trial -- gave me the interview and we contact each other a couple of times in the in the months since then.
And on Sunday I got a voice -- from -- area it's weird to pick up I Detroit's -- I'll do the interview its first degree murder but I have to do right after the verdict that's exactly what happened I talk -- or less are about twenty minutes after the verdict was read for the verdict it's -- you're you walk out of the courtroom where do you go where did this to take place.
-- also reporting live for -- the our affiliate here in so I walked right out that a quick live shot.
And I would read the back of the courthouse -- -- little say called Sally port so it's an area where they take prisoners basically we're getting ready go to trial.
And I went down there and I got by the to a holding cell it was scary too because it was very quiet a bunch of large men standing around in big groups but it was very very quiet.
We got ushered into a room we set up and a few minutes later -- walked out.
She was weeping she was -- she's very upset and I amateur in the eyes and you are you sure you're ready to do this.
-- she said yeah let's do it where her lawyers.
I don't know what I didn't ask Megan.
She's an adult she made this decision after talking with the -- that feeling that she didn't get along with them very well.
As indicated very good job so there -- -- particular not to do it but I stayed away from that there's videotape of them -- Leaving the courthouse shortly after the verdict which is just so unusual.
In a case like this let me ask you before I bring on my human lie detector who I really love -- he's been.
Did you feel like she was honest with you in that interview do you think she's -- honest with you.
I do and let me explain though I believe they're two Judy's is that -- that I talk to -- for a total of about an hour and a half.
-- I found to be an intelligent young woman.
Then there's the -- who somehow is capable of almost cutting men's head up and shooting him and stabbing him.
And I didn't meet that duty so that -- I spoke with I believe it is used over the -- I believe she's got some mental illness that that's my personal opinion I'm -- doctor.
That's -- all right thank you so much great job congratulations to you well done -- --
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