A missing autistic boy is presumed dead and his parents are behind bars in Tennessee. Nancy Grace looks at the disappearance of 5-year-old Joe Clyde Daniels. Nancy is joined by Klass Kids Foundation founder and victims’ advocate Marc Klass, Maryland defense lawyer Robin Ficker, lawyer and psychologist Dr. Brian Russell, host of Investigation Discovery’s “Fatal Vows” series, Cold Case Research Institute director Sheryl McCollum, Atlanta juvenile judge Ashley Willcott, and Crime Stories contributing reporter Pamela Furr.
Who hasn’t ever had their smart phones make calls while stuffed in a pocket? For James Stephens, it was a “butt dial” to his boss that cost him his job with a state agency in Georgia. Stephens tells Grace what happened when his boss listened in to a private conversation in which his wife gave her unflattering opinion of him. That wife, Gina Stephens, and the couple’s lawyer, David Guldenschuh, are also in this Crime Stories episode.
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[Feature Photo: Joe Clyde Daniels/Handout]