Jeffrey Toobin and Mark Geragos discuss juror mentality in the Jodi Arias trial and the state rule that lets them question her.
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Jodi Arias should not attribute being drunk to her black outs. When your drunk, your not in the right state mind and sure to sleep it off. Shooting, stabbing, and slitting ones throat puts her in a clearer state of mind, though not normal.
I actually believe Jodi Arias was just as much an abuser to Travis as she is claiming he was to her. How can any woman (abused or not) keep so many "sex tapes" around and for what purpose if not to use them on someone later! From what she is constantly talking about, Travis done this, and Travis done that, it hasn't been to "keep him clean" in her diary (or whatever she calls it) because her talk has not been any different than his.
If Travis were here to defend himself, like she is saying "he attacked her and she is defending herself," I could see it the other way around too.
I think you are totally "on spot". I, too, think she used her sexuality to keep him in a sick "love game". I think she emotionally abused him, taunted him, and exploited him to the point of no return. She used his anger as her excuse to kill him. She could not get the love she wanted, no matter how much she used sex to get love. She gets it all started, then she becomes the victim when he gets frustrated with her antics. There was enough chemistry to keep all of this sickness going. I believe she went to his house ready to "kill his butt" if the situation arose. She waited until her emotions gave her the excuse. She deserves the death penalty. Victims don't cover up like she did. Victims will "tell on themselves" to the point of ridiculous. They blame themselves for everything.
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