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Nancy Grace talks Kohberger, Murdaugh and shares her message to Lori Vallow Daybell

ORLANDO, Florida — CrimeCon in Orlando was held last month and thousands of people from across the country gathered for the annual true-crime convention.
CrimeCon features guests from the true crime field including victims’ families, lawyers, journalists, advocates, podcasters and players from within the criminal justice system. It’s the world’s number one true crime event, according to organizers, and has grown considerably since launching in 2017. reporter Nate Eaton was back at the CrimeCon for the third year in a row interviewing presenters, guests and others for a series of videos that will be posted in the coming days.
Nancy Grace spent almost a decade as a special prosecutor for the Atlanta-Fulton County District Attorney’s office in Georgia before becoming a legal commentator on television.
Since then, Grace has hosted her own programs, written books, produced television specials and shared her legal knowledge across the country. She was at CrimeCon in Orlando where she presented and met fans.
Nate spoke with Nancy about Lori Vallow Daybell and her religious statement at sentencing, along with other cases. Watch their interview in the video player above.
A behind-the-scenes look at CrimeCon, the world’s number one true crime event
Journalist Brian Entin chats about covering the Gabby Petito case, missing people and true crime stories
Monique Smith, the longest-living known Jane Doe, speaks about finding her true identity and more
Why do people like crime stories? Dateline NBC’s Josh Mankiewicz shares his thoughts from CrimeCon
Ted Bundy attacked and tried to kill her. She survived and now Kathy Kleiner is sharing her story.
Court TV’s Vinnie Politan talks Daybell, Kohberger, cameras in the courtroom and more from CrimeCon
Chris Hansen discusses taking down predators, CrimeCon and his new show
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