Discussions on Formal Sentencing Hearing - Jodi Arias #3

Discussion in 'Travis Alexander Trial - The State vs. Jodi Arias' started by LambChop, Mar 6, 2015.

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  1. arkansas mom

    arkansas mom New Member

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    I think you misunderstood me. I do not place concern for he above the others, quite the opposite, as her actions may abc placed her in the position to be under scrutiny.
     


  2. Mrs G Norris

    Mrs G Norris #JeSuisUrsa

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    I know right? Also the whole Tupac thing was pretty immature. There could be hundreds of people in the US with that same name.
     
  3. Amster

    Amster Well-Known Member

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    It's being investigated.....in the meantime, IIRC, speculation is allowed here.
     
  4. Caylee Advocate

    Caylee Advocate Long Time Websleuther

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    Too little too late. Some on that site are really mentally disturbed IMO. Anyone who would wish death on an 82 year old sheriff for doing his job *Sheriff Joe* has some serious issues. M.R.= :busted:
     
  5. MissHaley

    MissHaley Active Member

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    I would love to know what this is about. You're right. Nothing, but nothing spoken about it. I was surprised to hear this. I can't even imagine that she is testifying in a civil suit for what, who? Will she be on the stand for 18 days? LOL
     
  6. Madeleine74

    Madeleine74 Of course it's my opinion, who else's would it be?

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    What troubles me is how people instantly jump to conclusions and then go off half-cocked. This happens every day; we see it all over social media. People either can't or won't wait for real facts or verification, they take something others said (or someone else's impression) as absolute fact. Credibility often gets assigned based on amount of emotional resonance to the issue. Logic is on the back burner if it even exists.

    I personally find that a scary and abhorrent practice. I knew there were irrational people out there but wow. We've seen things nuanced in the past to fit an agenda and then it turns out the actual truth is something different. This is the downside to social media. People's opinions suddenly count as if it's evidence and unvarnished truth. One nugget of fact is found then that creates a bunch of new theories, when the whole story still has to be investigated and verified by people who have the knowledge and ability in an official capacity.
     
  7. krkrjx

    krkrjx The answer is blowin' in the wind.

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    Um, yeah...what she probably means is there is recourse against a stealth juror whose agenda is to hang a jury in favor of the prosecution, but it would be oh-so-very-wrong to prosecute a stealth juror with an agenda in favor of the defense.

    Let's face it--if anything were done about this juror all those in the killer's camp would call it revenge on the part of the state instead of legal recourse taken against one who lied and deceived.

    IMO
     
  8. Mrs G Norris

    Mrs G Norris #JeSuisUrsa

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    From the sidebar:

    I am blocked from that site, so I can't check if that means full names etc.

    ETA: I'm unblocked!! Weird .. OK .. Full names back up!
     
  9. sammie

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    From what I could gather that's all it was, names of her relatives she had sleuthed but had no connection to that Anti Death Penalty speech other than a common name. That's a big leap and I'm not surprised Court Chatter took it down. I'm surprised they put it up there to begin with.
     
  10. Dmacky

    Dmacky Well-Known Member

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    Go sheriff Joe ~ He definitely has her number

    Joe Arpaio ‏@RealSheriffJoe · Mar 6
    Trying to put a stop to #jodiarias social media antics which she conducts from jail. May hit legal road block.
     
  11. A_News_Junkie

    A_News_Junkie Retired

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    That is of course what they will say, but the prosecutor needs to clarify that the people of the state of AZ have $3million reasons why justice must be brought *IF* any wrong doing is proven.
     
  12. sammie

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    It's a name she used yes, but zero proof it's the same person who posted the Anti Death Penalty speech. I know the info about her ex being prosecuted by Juan has been confirmed. Two separate issues, hope I clarified the part I'm questioning.
     
  13. Myvice

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    The other thing troubling for me about J17 is whether it's true her husband was soliciting funds for an interview immediately following the verdict.

    That shows secondary gain from her being the lone holdout.

    Her husbands responses in the interview also seemed prepared to me

    MOO
     
  14. Myvice

    Myvice Well-Known Member

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    Just want to say my thanks button is WAY WONKY today so thanks for all the posts everyone. Keeps it interesting!
     
  15. krkrjx

    krkrjx The answer is blowin' in the wind.

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    I agree it should be investigated and recourse taken but what I suspect will happen is any investigation might lead to some rules being changed--maybe even an old law being tweaked or a new law enacted. That, imo, would be a good thing and certainly better than just sweeping this under the rug. I just don't think this particular juror will be required to pay the piper--the case is too high profile and even with the best of intentions the state would be seen as a bully.

    Given the outcome of this case is not a bad one, I think the state has some serious thinking to do about whether they should open a brand new can of worms.
     
  16. DebinGA

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    That's true in GA too. I used grand juror "investigative powers" to find out why our dirt road hadn't been paved when others with a lot fewer houses had. I used county records to show political donors/relatives got precedence, threatened to send the facts to the local paper, and our road immediately moved to the top of the "paving" line.
     
  17. krkrjx

    krkrjx The answer is blowin' in the wind.

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    Wow. I had no idea that convicted murderers in Arizona had a legal right to social media.
     
  18. Mrs G Norris

    Mrs G Norris #JeSuisUrsa

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    Can I just say ... :welcomeback: ANJ missed you!!
     
  19. Shelby1

    Shelby1 Cancer Sucks

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    Troy Hayden ‏@troyhaydenfox10 4m4 minutes agoSources: Only 6 copies of list of jurors full names existed. Judge, two court aides, court reporter, and pros & def got 1 each. #jodiarias
     
  20. Madeleine74

    Madeleine74 Of course it's my opinion, who else's would it be?

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    Not quite. Convicts have a legal right to talk to people and those people have a legal right to post things on the Interwebs of their own volition. First amendment. That's why Sheriff Joe mentions legal roadblocks. Arias herself is not sitting at a computer typing away. And it's not just Twitter. He'd have to take on all media outlets, not just social media. Anyone who quotes a convict's words (that would include people like Troy Hayden, as well as newspapers or TV news) would have to be stopped. And he couldn't only stop Arias, he'd have to find a way to stop all convicts. Good luck with that.
     
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