The 11-Year-Old Violinist Who Stunned the 'America's Got Talent' Judges: Today on Inside Edition

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An 11-year-old violinist stunned the "America's Got Talent" judges with both his performance and his story. 

Tyler Butler-Figueroa told the judges he started playing his instrument as a way to cope with being bullied at school. The reason why nearly had the judges crying.

Inside Edition joined Tanya Brown as she visited the grave of her sister Nicole Brown Simpson, 25 years after her murder. Hear her words to her late sibling.

Amanda Knox is going back to Italy, though she vowed never to return. What changed her mind

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