Jodi Arias - Guilty or Not

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A Question

Arlington, TX

#1 Feb 20, 2013
We all know she is guilty of killing her boyfriend. She admitted it.

Do you think it was premeditated?

If you were on the jury, would you vote for the death penalty or life behind bars?
Judge Bean

Paris, TX

#2 Feb 20, 2013
Get a rope!
fatalattraction

Paris, TX

#3 Feb 20, 2013
I think it was premeditated,
she's a pathological liar.
If convicted, she'll be 4th woman to be on death row in Arizona!
cash

Blossom, TX

#4 Feb 20, 2013
innocent
Jo Jo

Blossom, TX

#5 Feb 20, 2013
Guilty----give her the shot .. Will be much easier , than what she did to Travis !!!!Just don't know how someone that small managed to stab him 27 times, and move his body around by herself..Her defense team is AWESOME. You gotta give them credit ---good story , they made up .. She remembers every little detail , except that day.. FUNNY.........She is one SICK female !!! Feel so sorry for Travis's family !! God Bless them.

Since: Jan 12

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#6 Feb 20, 2013
Not having sat through the trial and heard all the evidence, it's impossible for me to have an informed opinion on her guilt or innocence. I'll leave that up to the jurors charged with deciding her fate.
Aha

Arlington, TX

#7 Feb 21, 2013
Nobody Gets It wrote:
Not having sat through the trial and heard all the evidence, it's impossible for me to have an informed opinion on her guilt or innocence. I'll leave that up to the jurors charged with deciding her fate.
If you have no opinion, why did you bother to respond?
Aha

Arlington, TX

#8 Feb 21, 2013
Jo Jo wrote:
Guilty----give her the shot .. Will be much easier , than what she did to Travis !!!!Just don't know how someone that small managed to stab him 27 times, and move his body around by herself..Her defense team is AWESOME. You gotta give them credit ---good story , they made up .. She remembers every little detail , except that day.. FUNNY.........She is one SICK female !!! Feel so sorry for Travis's family !! God Bless them.
What I find strange is that she ADMITTED TO KILLING HIM, BUT SHE DOESN'T REMEMBER IT!!!

Who would admit to doing something she doesn't remember doing?
How does she know she did it if she can't remember it?

I think she needs a new defense atty. No defense atty would advise her to admit it and then say she doesn't remember it. Again, hoe does she know she did it?

“This too shall pass”

Since: Aug 09

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#9 Feb 21, 2013
Aha wrote:
<quoted text>What I find strange is that she ADMITTED TO KILLING HIM, BUT SHE DOESN'T REMEMBER IT!!!
Who would admit to doing something she doesn't remember doing?
How does she know she did it if she can't remember it?
I think she needs a new defense atty. No defense atty would advise her to admit it and then say she doesn't remember it. Again, hoe does she know she did it?
She testified that the knife she stabbed him with and cut his throat with was upstairs. Really?! Why would a person keep a knife upstairs unless it was a hunting knife and then they'd surely have it put away. She took it back downstairs and put it into the dishwasher after she'd done her bloody deed.
How can you shoot, stab and cut someone's throat and not remember it? As to moving his body, I was slight built when I was her age, but still somewhat stout in my ability to lift and pull. I can see her in an enraged or manic moment doing it.
She remembers putting the knife into the dishwasher, but she put knives into the dishwasher lots of times, so she's not sure.
According to Lis Wiehl, this is her 4th story on the murder.

She'd be a danger to others if she's ever released from prison.

“This too shall pass”

Since: Aug 09

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#10 Feb 21, 2013
Also, her grandparents were missing the exact same kind of gun he was shot with. Coincidence? I think not.

“This too shall pass”

Since: Aug 09

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#11 Feb 21, 2013
I hope her jury is smarter and more savvy than Casey Anthony's was. They refused to connect the dots.
Aha

Arlington, TX

#12 Feb 21, 2013
But, how does she know she did it?
Aha

Arlington, TX

#13 Feb 21, 2013
The prosecutor should ask her " How do you know you did it?"

If she says " because I remember it", then she has been caught in some big lies.

If she says, " I don't know ", then they should ask her, " then why did you say you did it?"

Either way, she is caught in a trap that would be hard to get out of.
Not really

United States

#14 Feb 21, 2013
Dum du dum dum dum. That girl is in trouuuuble

“This too shall pass”

Since: Aug 09

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#15 Feb 21, 2013
Not really wrote:
Dum du dum dum dum. That girl is in trouuuuble
That's what most of us thought about Casey Anthony, isn't it? Never underestimate or overestimate a jury.
Maybe there'll be some of that good ol' western punishment dealt out here.

Since: Jan 12

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#16 Feb 21, 2013
searcherfinder wrote:
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That's what most of us thought about Casey Anthony, isn't it? Never underestimate or overestimate a jury.
Maybe there'll be some of that good ol' western punishment dealt out here.
Yeah, to hell with the justice system! Let's base punishment on the court of public opinion! Who needs to hear inconveniences like "evidence" or "the law," let's just lynch people like we used to!

You are quite possibly the most un-christlike "christian" I've ever come across. And that's a pretty high bar, so congratulations.

“Ok, maybe I know a little bit.”

Since: Sep 12

But I don't know that.

#17 Feb 21, 2013
Juries are unpredictable. All I know is she is holding her own against Juan Martinez right now!
Evidence Shows Guilt

Arlington, TX

#18 Feb 21, 2013
Me I Know Notheeng wrote:
Juries are unpredictable. All I know is she is holding her own against Juan Martinez right now!
No, she isn't.

She is not very smart. Anybody with an ounce of brains can see she is guilty with all the evidence that proves it.

Her attorney knows she is guilty. He is just trying to get a life sentence instead of the death penalty. This was clearly a pre-meditated act of murder and she needs a premeditated death sentence. Premeditated death carried out in a more humane way than her victim.
How about you

Paris, TX

#19 Feb 21, 2013
Nobody Gets It wrote:
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Yeah, to hell with the justice system! Let's base punishment on the court of public opinion! Who needs to hear inconveniences like "evidence" or "the law," let's just lynch people like we used to!
You are quite possibly the most un-christlike "christian" I've ever come across. And that's a pretty high bar, so congratulations.
Wow! If she's not convicted, then maybe you'd like to ask her out and have a relationship with her. If you'd be afraid to do that, then you're a hypocrite!

Since: Jan 12

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#20 Feb 21, 2013
How about you wrote:
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Wow! If she's not convicted, then maybe you'd like to ask her out and have a relationship with her. If you'd be afraid to do that, then you're a hypocrite!
I'm a happily married man, so that's not happening. Do you believe that people are entitled to a trial by jury and not by the court of public opinion? Or do you think guilt should be voted on by the public American Idol-style? Just because someone is found not guilty by a jury doesn't mean they're someone I want to hang out with. I represent plenty of factually innocent people who are real pieces of shit. That doesn't mean they're not entitled to be treated fairly by the government though.

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