(NBC News) — Friday on “Dateline,” Keith Morrison reports on the latest twists and turns in the case of Pam Hupp, who was charged last year in the murder of her close friend.

Here is a preview of Morrison’s report:

LEAH ASKEY: I’m not a person that’s gonna sit in judgment of anybody else.

Her name is Leah Askey.

LEAH ASKEY: But I will put my morals and my ethics up against anyone.

The woman whose prosecution of the wrong person brought the whole bizarre story to our attention in the first place. We’ve been wanting to talk to her for years and now finally we have.

LEAH ASKEY: They act like that I have horns, and I just came out after this guy, and that’s not what occurred at all.

Leah Askey will tell us her side of the story and why she says she was right all along.

LEAH ASKEY: I did my job. And I did it well. And had I not done it well, we wouldn’t be having this conversation.

But at the heart of it was that thing about Pam.

MARY ANDERSON:  It’s Pam. Anything can happen.

PAM: I had a sack of cash. Am I not clear?

PAM: She loved me. I loved her. We had a special relationship.

MARY ANDERSON: I had no idea things would get this crazy.

Friday’s “Dateline” is a continuation of Keith Morrison’s years-long reporting on Pam Hupp, including how she impersonated a real-life “Dateline” producer. Watch “The Real Thing About Pam” at 9 p.m. on NBC 4.

About ‘Dateline

“Dateline NBC” is the longest-running series in NBC primetime history and is in its 30th season. Dateline is anchored by Lester Holt and features correspondents Andrea Canning, Josh Mankiewicz, Natalie Morales, Keith Morrison and Dennis Murphy.

Dateline is the #1 Friday newsmagazine and reaches more than 17 million people every week through its broadcast, and millions more through its social media platforms and podcasts.

The stories range from compelling mysteries to powerful documentaries and in-depth investigations. When major news breaks, they go to the scene, putting the pieces together to bring the viewer the full picture. And in every story they tell, they help the real people who lived the events share their journeys with the viewer.

This past season, Dateline debuted two new podcasts, “Mommy Doomsday” and “Killer Role,” hosted by correspondent Keith Morrison.

In February, NBC also greenlit a straight-to-series inspired by the story featured in the Dateline podcast series, “The Thing About Pam.” Two-time Oscar-winning actress Renee Zellweger will star and executive produce the series, in collaboration with Blumhouse Television, NBC News Studios and Zellweger’s Big Picture Co.