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Re: Jodi Arias #3

Post by Gizmo711 on Sat Mar 23, 2013 6:47 am

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hello clarice wrote:HLN's Making it in America did a re-enactment of arias dragging Travis' body down the hallway and into the shower. They used a female producer the same height (5'6") and weight (120lbs) as her.
Travis' weight has been recorded at 189lbs. A man of his height would have approx: 9L of blood in his body. 9L = 9.51q. 1q = 2.2lbs. Even at 189lbs the producer was able to drag him with some effort but without adrenaline, water and blood on tiled floor and place him exactly the way he was found in the shower. If he had exsanguinated after the throat slit, he would have weighed approx: 18-19lbs less making it a lot easier for the bitch to drag him! (Stating this because a lot of people have suggested that a 'tiny little girl' could not have done it.) MOO

(BBM) Wow. That statement literally took my breath away! What that poor, sweet man must have suffered.

I've never believed in the death penalty because I see it as a coward's way out of paying for what they did, and always thought that spending the rest of their life in prison would really be a better punishment. But in this case, I believe Jodi Arias deserves the death penalty. She should not be walking this Earth. I'm not even sure she's from this Earth. I never thought I'd ever hear myself say this, but it almost makes me wish that the death penalty could be administered in the manner in which the murderer killed his/her victim. She deserves to experience each and every brutal wound she inflicted on Travis for how truly evil she really is. JMO [/quote]


Yes, it's like a "tooth for a tooth". It bothers me also that these murderers get a chance to fight for their lives yet the person they murdered never got that chance. But I guess the way the law looks at it is, when sitting on death row and anticipating their death equils it out. But I'm with you, even though I always had mixed feelings about the death sentence (although for different reasons than yours). I believe it to be necessary in some cases and this is one of them.

Jodi has shown absolutely no remorse for having murdered Travis (a man that everyone spoke very highly of), she has dogged him in everyway possible, which shows that she is still not over him, she would still like to plunge that knife in a little further. If she can no longer get to him, it is pleasing her that the next best thing is Travis' family. This Jodi is the true meaning of "fatal attraction" without a doubt.

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Re: Jodi Arias #3

Post by angiefly2 on Sat Mar 23, 2013 11:08 am

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I am confused... did JA get a 25 caliper gun off of the shelf or is this guy mistaken?


OMG! That guy was hysterical!

Thank you, Ang. I needed that!

(I think he was saying that she said she got the gun from the shelf.)

That makes sense about the gun. Man that guy is quite the character LOL He is funny. I needed that too! And you are very welcome :)


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Re: Jodi Arias #3

Post by Gizmo711 on Sat Mar 23, 2013 3:40 pm

I wonder if Searcy and Dr. Samuels are related in any way. If Dr. Samuels had a little slimmer face they both have some very simular features, especially when they smile. Or maybe I'm just seeing things.



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Post by angiefly2 on Sat Mar 23, 2013 5:30 pm

Gizmo711 wrote:I wonder if Searcy and Dr. Samuels are related in any way. If Dr. Samuels had a little slimmer face they both have some very simular features, especially when they smile. Or maybe I'm just seeing things.

You aren't the only one seeing this. I thought the same thing too.


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Re: Jodi Arias #3

Post by Gizmo711 on Sun Mar 24, 2013 6:21 am

I truly think that Jodi messed up big time during this trial by accusing Travis of little boys. The jury realizes that this is all made up, and what a horrible thing to make up about someone to try and get off of the murder. The jury can well see that she is trying to kill him all over again, and this will net her the death sentence as sure as hell. JMO



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Re: Jodi Arias #3

Post by Gizmo711 on Sun Mar 24, 2013 11:04 am

The one good thing (not that anything is really good about this) Travis is looked up to by many. Jodi is not winning this game of murder and distruction after murder.

It's odd that Casey Anthony got out of murder by accusing her father (after murdering his beloved granddaughter)of the most horrible things a person can be accused of. And Jodi is accusing Travis (after murdering him) of the most horrible things one can be accused of. All to save their own asses. Casey might have fooled 12 village idiots but this jury is too smart for that.

In some instances CA and JA are two of a kind. It makes me shiver to think of how many more are walking around.

Killing Travis in the manner of which she murdered him wasn't enough. Now she has to distroy his reputation and destroy his family.



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Post by Gizmo711 on Sun Mar 24, 2013 11:09 am

Nan11 wrote:In spite of all the negative reviews Mr. Martinez gets on HLN, it seems he is quite popular and has many fans! I agree, of course, 'cause I'm a fan, too. [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
USA Today | Arias trial provides a spectacle for onlookers
And it's an indicator of which way public opinion leans that the defense attorneys are escorted out of the court by a burly sheriff's deputy and Martinez goes out the front door, where his admirers wait with cellphone cameras and ask him to pose with them for photographs.
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VIDEO of Mr. Martinez leaving court.
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Me too, I love the way he is prosecuting this case. He is aggressive, just what this case screams for. I can see the displeasure in Jodi's face when ever Martinez is cross examining. Also, everytime the defense is questiong Dr. Samuels, I can see her looking over to Martinez.

One thing I can't figure out, why is the detective sitting next to Martinez during the trial? I know Martinez works alone, but I just don't understand why the detective is there. I would have thought that the defense would have objected to him being there after he testified.

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Re: Jodi Arias #3

Post by Gizmo711 on Sun Mar 24, 2013 6:05 pm

One Wonders wrote:One thing I can't figure out, why is the detective sitting next to Martinez during the trial? I know Martinez works alone, but I just don't understand why the detective is there. I would have thought that the defense would have objected to him being there after he testified.

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It could be a ploy to show the jury how much both of these men believe in JA's prosecution and conviction.[/quote]


That's what I was thinking, but wouldn't the defense be able to object to that seeing as it would be prejudicial to their client. If I were on the jury, that's how I would take it up.

I guess Arizon has different rules than a lot of other states. But they seem to be real good in this case :cheers:

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Re: Jodi Arias #3

Post by Sea Ray on Sun Mar 24, 2013 7:34 pm

One Wonders wrote:One thing I can't figure out, why is the detective sitting next to Martinez during the trial? I know Martinez works alone, but I just don't understand why the detective is there. I would have thought that the defense would have objected to him being there after he testified.


You'd think he could be investigating more crimes instead of sitting in the courtroom. If I were a local taxpayer, I doubt I'd want to see the detective there all day while pulling down a paycheck.
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Re: Jodi Arias #3

Post by Sea Ray on Sun Mar 24, 2013 7:47 pm

Another thought to chew on:

Much has been made of the Mormon influences of this trial but the part that intrigues me is how religion has completely taken the drugs/alcohol angle out of play. Jodi apparently felt throwing that in would be out of bounds for even her standards. With no mention of drugs/alcohol, this hurts Jodi in two ways:

1) It's a much harder sell to accuse Travis of physical abuse. Studies show that domestic abuse is rare when not associated with alcohol...http://alcoholism.about.com/cs/abuse/a/aa990331.htm

2) The lack of mind influencing drugs makes it tougher for Jodi to explain why she did this. That's one less item that she can use to garner leniency from the jury.

So for those of us who feel Jodi is guilty, let's thank our lucky stars that we don't have to deal with the "I was not coherent at the time" defense and all the experts we'd have to hear testify on the matter. Short of a drug problem, I don't see any way that Travis could have been a closet abuser.

Now, why this young couple chose to obey the Mormon tenets on alcohol and not sex, I don't know and is another question outside the bounds of this trial
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Post by angiefly2 on Sun Mar 24, 2013 9:31 pm

Sea Ray wrote:
One Wonders wrote:One thing I can't figure out, why is the detective sitting next to Martinez during the trial? I know Martinez works alone, but I just don't understand why the detective is there. I would have thought that the defense would have objected to him being there after he testified.


You'd think he could be investigating more crimes instead of sitting in the courtroom. If I were a local taxpayer, I doubt I'd want to see the detective there all day while pulling down a paycheck.

I believe this is what AZ does (having the detective at the prosecution table) If anyone remembers they did the same thing in 2 cases we watched Tammi Smith and Elizabeth Johnson and they were both tried in AZ as well.


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Re: Jodi Arias #3

Post by angiefly2 on Mon Mar 25, 2013 1:30 am

Thank you Nan. Often times, during most trials, the victim is forgotten.
I appreciate the post you posted memorializing Travis.


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Post by angiefly2 on Mon Mar 25, 2013 9:29 pm

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