From Jodi's murder testimony:
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hBNSypqlybc"]Jodi Arias Trial - Day 20 - Part 1 - YouTube[/ame]
Jodi: I was taking pictures. I was probably a few feet from the shower so the water didn't get on the camera, and, um, I was showing him the photos and we were deleting some, and at one point when I went to delete the photos, as I moved the camera, it slipped out of my hand, and I went to -- it didn't fall right away, I kind of caught it, like a football, it bounced and I almost caught it, but I didn't catch it and it landed on the mat, and then it rolled onto the tile.
Nurmi: Where were you when this took place, relative to the shower?
Jodi: I was crouched by the shower, I might have been on the mat or on the edge of the mat.
N: SO what happens after you drop the camera?
J: At that point, Travis flipped out again, and he stood up and he stepped out of the shower and he picked me up - I was crouching, but he lifted me up as he was screaming that I was a stupid idiot, and he "body slammed" me again on the tile. He told me that a five-year-old can hold a camera better than I can. As he was screaming at me there was spit coming out, or maybe it was water, but I was getting wet, and when I hit the tile, I rolled over on the side and started running down the hallway.
And I don't know why I didn't run out of the room. I ran into the closet because the door was open was my thought. Last time I ran down the hallway, he caught me before I got to the door, and that was another incident in the summer, so I guess I went in the closet.
[long drawn out explanation of August 2007 incident that Jodi is mentioning for the first time ever -- not transcribed because it's boring and seems like it's made up for dramatic effect]
Nurmi: Moving back to June 4, before we continue on this story, I want to talk to you about a couple of exhibits, the first being exhibit 160 .... was that a picture that you intentionally took
Jodi: No, it wasn't intentional. It got deleted.
N: Looking at exhibit 161 (ceiling pic), was this a picture you intentionally took?
J: No, I didn't take that one.
N: Showing you exhibit number 159 (Travis' face in shower), to your recollection is that the last picture that you intentionally took of Travis Alexander?
J: I took it intentionally, I don't know what order they were in.
N: When he slammed you down onto the ground, after you dropped the camera, how do you feel?
J: I was scared. I was thinking "crap" because this - it's everything I was trying to avoid downstairs when he started getting mad. I was doing everything I could to avoid that, and I still didn't avoid it, I still screwed it up, and now he's pissed again. So he's freaking out, I'm freaking out. I rolled, like I said, I rolled off to my left and began to run down the hallway, and I could hear him following, I could hear his footsteps chasing me.
N: Were you scared when he was chasing you?
J: Yeah, I didn't want him to grab me again
N: What were you scared that he would do?
J: Who knows? At that point he had already almost killed me. I wasn't thinking when he almost killed me before that I was gonna possibly die, I was just thinking I couldnt breathe, no air, that's all I could think of before I passed out, but it was later on I realized I could have died if he had just held on to my neck a little longer, so I didn't want that to happen, obviously, so I ran into the closet, and I slammed the door, and I intended to run through the opposite end of the door because it has another exit, and as soon as I got in there and began to run, I remembered where he kept a gun, so I grabbed it. I jumped up on the shelf. He kept it on the very top. I grabbed it and then I ran out the other door as he opening the door. And he ran, chasing me, and I turned around and pointed it at him so that he would stop chasing me
N: Jodi, I want to show you what's been marked as exhibit number 70 (picture of closet), do you recognize that area?
N: What is that?
J: His closet.
N: You said that you grabbed the gun from the closet. Can you point to us where the gun was?
J: It's not shown in this picture, but it's up at the very top - above that ...
N: Ok, then let me show you what's been entered as exhibit 69. Does this show the area from which you grabbed the gun?
N: Would you point to that for us, Jodi?
J: It was up there in the corner, kind of right up there
N: You told us that you knew the gun was there. How did you know that?
J: I had known he had it. I found it one day when -- he used to give me projects when I would clean. Sometimes it was the floorboards, sometimes it was light fixtures, and this day it was the closet shelves. I had to pull everything off the shelves and dust it all, so I got onto the top shelf. There was -- I don't know if it was shown in that picture, but there's also a seat, so I moved the seat around to stand on it to get up there, and it was up there.
N: Ok, so you told us that you grabbed the gun, and got out through the closet, correct?
N: I want to show you what's been marked as exhibit 162 (picture of Travis bleeding). Jodi, look at that picture please. How do we get to that point in time? What happened between the time that you grabbed the gun...
J: I don't know how that picture was taken
N: I'm not asking you how the picture was taken, I'm asking you what happened in between the time you grabbed the gun and what we see here - what happened?
J: When I grabbed the gun, I ran out of the closet - he was chasing me. I turned around, we were in the middle of the bathroom, I pointed it at him with both of my hands. I thought that would stop him. If someone were pointing a gun at me, I would stop, but he just kept running - he got like a linebacker, he got kind of low and grabbed my waist, but before he did that, as he was lunging at me the gun went off. I didn't mean to shoot him or anything. I didn't even think I was holding the trigger. I just was pointing it at him, and I didn't even know that I shot him. It just went off and he lunged at me and we fell really hard against the tile toward the other wall, like kind of near the scales, or whatever those things are.
So at this point, I didn't even know if he had been shot. I didn't see anything different, he was just -- we were struggling and wrestling, and he's a wrestler, he had wrestled in high school, and he was getting on top of me, and I didn't want him to get on top of me because when he had done that in the past, I can't get out of those holds that he gets -- so he's grabbing at my clothes, and I got up, and he's just screaming angry, and after I broke away from him, he said "****in' kill you *****."
N: Before he lunged at you, was he yelling at you and threatening you to your recollection?
J: Well, he was chasing me and he was pissed off
N: Ok, do you remember him yelling or saying anything
J: He was calling me names because I dropped his camera
N: Do you remember what those were?
J: Well, I remember him calling me a ****ing idiot, and I remember him telling me a five year old can hold a camera better than me
N: Do you remember saying anything to him as he lunged at you?
J: I don't think so, I was just crying and running and I pointed it at him, assuming he would get the idea to stop. He just wouldn't stop
N: What do you mean he wouldn't stop?
J: Well, after the gun went off, I thought "crap" because now he's really going to be pissed. I didn't even know that I shot him; I thought I shot a hole in the wall and I'm thinking he's really going to be pissed even more now. And he's telling me he's going to kill me, and I think that I - after he said that, he had almost killed me before, and
N: And what?
J: There's a lot of that day I don't remember. There are a lot of gaps. I don't remember the poses of the pictures. I remember them now that I've seen the pictures, but I didn't remember them until I saw them. I remember taking pictures, I just don't remember the pictures themselves, even though we looked at them, and now I see them and I remember them.
N: Let me ask you this, getting back to that moment in time, not the poses or anything else, you told us that he said, "kill you, *****" and you were underneath him trying to get away
J: He said that right after I broke away from him
N: Ok, right after you broke away from him. Once you broke away from him, what do you remember?
J: Almost nothing for a long time. There are some things that have come back over years, but I don't know if those are things I'm thinking from before or if it's that day; it's confusing, it's like a huge gap, like I don't know if I blacked out or what. There's a huge gap, and the most clear memory I have after that point is driving in the desert, but there are certain little things that have come back, like pictures in my mind that come back since then
N: Let me ask you this. Do you remember stabbing Travis Alexander?
J: I have no memory of stabbing him.
N: Do you remember, as we see here in exhibit 162, do you remember dragging him across the floor?
J: No. I just remember trying to get away from him.
N: I'm showing you exhibit 73; do you remember placing him in the shower?
J: shakes head -- Sorry, that's no.
N: You told us that after running away from him, you don't have any clear memories of what happened after that until hours later, right?
J: I have a few memories, but nothing super clear.
N: Tell us about those memories
J: I have a vague memory of putting the knife in the dishwasher, but I've put the knife in the dishwasher before so I'm pretty sure it was that day
N: Do you know where you got the knife from?
J: It was upstairs
N: Are you assuming that or do you remember that?
J: I'm assuming that. It hadn't been moved since he cut the rope. I don't think it had been touched by either of us since he used it to cut the rope
N: What else do you remember from after the time that you crawled out from underneath him
J: I remember I was in the bathroom - I remember dropping the knife and it clanged the tile, made a big noise, and I just remember screaming. I don't remember anything after that, not immediately.
N: Do you remember where he was when you were screaming?
J: I think he was next to me on the floor, I don't know.
N: Do you know where you were?
J: I was in the bathroom.
N: What else do you remember?
J: Not much
N: Does not much mean nothing?
J: I remember more the feeling of that time, not pictures and things that I can bring back
N: Tell us about the feeling
J: It was like mortal terror. It was like he - I pissed him off the worst I've ever seen him pissed off, and then I tried to stop him and I piss him off even more and I thought "*****" I'd really, really pissed him off, and he was angry at me and he was never going to stop.
N: What do you mean he wasn't going to stop?
J: He wasn't gong to stop. He wasn't stopping.
N: When you say he wasn't going to stop, did you feel that he was going to kill you?
J: For sure, when he said "Kill you", yes. He'd almost killed me before and now he was saying he was going to
N: So when he said that to you, you believed him because of past incidents?
(objection leading, rephrase)
N: Why did you believe him when he said, "kill you, b*tch"?
J: Because he had never said that before and he had taken me almost to that point without that threat and now he was clearly making that threat
N: You told us your last memory in Travis' bathroom was sitting on the bathroom floor screaming
J: I don't know if I was sitting or what, I just remember dropping it
N: Ok, dropping the knife?
J: Yes. I remember what was going through my head. I don't remember anything else after that.
N: What was going through your head?
J: That I couldn't believe - I just couldn't believe what had happened. I couldn't take anything back what had just happened, and it was like I couldn't rewind the clock
N: Did you realize all that had happened
J: I don't know about all, but I just remember dropping the knife and being very freaked out and screaming
N: After remembering that feeling and dropping the knife in the bathroom and some of the other memories you've shared with us, what is the next point in time for which you have a memory?
J: I remember driving - I thought I was driving west because I remember the sun was in my eyes for a while