Transcript for Convicted Killer Jodi Arias Continues to Fight the Death Penalty
Now to the dramatic day in Jodi Arias' death penalty retrial. The convicted killer is fighting for her life. And the judge kicked out almost everyone in the court for a mystery witness. Ryan Owens has that story. Reporter: Jodi Arias now has one final shot to convince the jury to spare her life. Thursday, the 34-year-old's defense called a secret witness. It appears that the first defense witness does not want the media in the courtroom while he or she testifies. Reporter: Unlike the first sensational trial when every raunchy and riveting detail was live, the sentencing is controlled. No live TV coverage, just a series of pictures every day like these. Before the mystery witness, they heard from Travis Alexander's family. Just like in the first trial, Travis' little brother went other the gruesome death he must have had when Arias stabbed and shot him. How much did he suffer and scream? Reporter: And heard from one of his tearful sisters. Travis was our strength, our motivati motivation, and his presence has been ripped from our lives. They believe that Arias should die for the 2008 murder. Last year a jury convicted her but deadlocked on death. This new jury is seeing the picture S, hearing her lives. I would beg for the death penalty. Reporter: To see if she will regret the words. And turn now to pop store iggy azalea, calling out
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