They need to keep her off the witness stand. Otherwise, they need to bring some marshmallows, Hershey bars, graham crackers and skewers so that when her pants burst into flames, the whole courtroom can make s'mores.
Yes...but I'm not sure it would be necessary at this point. I think this jury has got her number.
Welcome!!! That was a great first post!!! I agree with everything you said...
she thought that after her interview, WE"D ALL UNDERSTAND. We'd be like, oh Jodi we forgive you, how could we have GOTTEN IT SO WRONG????
Juror # 8 interview with Dr. Drew. :drumroll:
All I want for my birthday is the DP for Jodi Ann Arias.
I love you guys :heartbeat:, ever since i've joined WS in February, it's been quite the ride and a learning experience.
One of THE MOST memorable 3 minutes of this entire trial, picture this.
Me, sequestered in the handicapped stall of the ladies room outside the courtroom, waiting for the verdict today, playing this on my iphone LOUD and holding myself a little dance party all by myself. Only one person came in that I could tell toward the end.
I danced all by myself in there for the entire song, occasionally my dance moves setting off the automatic flush.
Thanks to our dear poster jayarohh for this brilliant piece of ...what, well, brilliance.
Trust me, just listen:
(ps jayarohh is the poster who made that brilliant graphic I was able to gift Juan Martinez the day of the final closing argument, in person!)
Hey all - I just watched DDrew on DVR, so the Juror 8 interview has probably already been discussed, but just wanted to give my thoughts -- he seems like such a good juror and good guy in general. And the haircut question was from him!!! I felt like he was holding back a little bit since the trial is still on-going....he seemed careful not to say anything too inflammatory. Also interesting that he disliked Samuels even more than ALV! I also loved his comment about how when he saw the DSMIV book with Samuels, he thought anyone could find some diagnosis from there b/c it was so big. I hope other jurors feel the same, and don't give much weight to Jodi's psychological state of mind, which is where I feel the defense is going with in mitigation.
I think he really tried to keep an open mind, like he said. Jodi will not be able to go anywhere on appeal - these jurors sat through her BS, and they STILL tried to keep an open mind. They are doing their job, and hopefully it will get through to a death conviction.
Also, I'm getting really sick of DDrew and his "compassion" and today Jenny Hutt actually felt some sympathy for Jodi....TODAY OF ALL DAYS???? Today when we heard HOW CRUEL the murder was and what pain she inflicted on Travis?? DDrew said be prepared for twitter-attack, well yeah, that is just mind-boggling that on the day we hear about each stab wound, scalloped neck slash, divets in skull - and then she comes on and said TODAY she felt some sympathy for Jodi???
I love when Mark Eiglarsh put DDrew and Jenny in their places with....don't you think all people on death row have some mental problems??? That's just common sense. They're not reasonable people, reasonable people don't murder other people. What is wrong with DrDrew?? Does he want to get rid of the justice system and "treat" all of these people....well what happens when the "treatment" doesn't work?? Someone like Jodi is not treatable, I'm sorry. I have seen that very clearly with Jodi. DrDrew can try on her, and all she'll end up doing is PRETENDING he's making her better, MANIPULATING the psychologist/doctor/whoever. Ain't no way anyone can fix her.
I think she was expecting it this time. She wasn't prepared for her first verdict so you saw real raw emotion (for herself, but that's as real as it gets with her).Yes. The especially cruel verdict. I wanted to see her reaction.
K_Z(Yikes! That looks like Michelle Bachmann!)
[KZ runs screaming from the thread...."My eyes....my eyes...."]