Wednesday Crime Stories: Jodi Arias thinks she’s special; Kids die playing ‘choking game’; New leads in murder of teacher Rachel DelTondo

Jodi Arias is still trying to convince an appeals court to set aside her murder conviction in the death of ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander, but her lawyer wants the court filing to be kept secret. Nancy Grace revisits and updates the Arias case with her former defense lawyer Kirk Nurmi, author of “Trapped with Ms. Arias”, Atlanta juvenile judge and lawyer Ashley Willcott, Los Angeles psycho analyst Dr Bethany Marshall, and RadarOnline reporter Alexis Tereszcuk.

Also read: Jodi Arias STILL thinks she’s special, wants murder appeal sealed

A deadly game is spreading across the United States in which kids choke each other until they faint. Grace looks at this fatal fainting game with her panel of experts.

Also read: WARNING Parents: Little boy dies after playing the ‘fainting game’ with friends

Nancy and her experts also update the probe into the murder of Rachel DelTondo, the Pennsylvania teacher shot dead in her mother’s driveway.

Also read: Cop’s wife’s cell phone searched for clues in murder of gorgeous teacher Rachel DelTondo

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[Feature Photo: Rachel DelTondo/Facebook]