- Nov 7, 2009
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I think the anger and tears are about having to tell the ugly, gruesome story of how she murdered Travis- pure and simple.
She LOVES telling stories about her boyfriends, their love lives, her career aspirations, her unacknowledged artistic abilities, her spanish and real estate classes, her investment goals, the ex boyfriends that all remain her beloved friends, her cute outfits, her travels and hotel stays, her manic photography documenting every second of her life, and her sex life with Travis. She doesn't like speaking about anything that doesn't paint her in a good light,
I personally don't even think she likes testifying over and over again about being a victim. Having to admit to AND describe every aspect of her viscously slaughtering Travis is THE ONE THING SHE NEVER WANTS TO HAVE TO EXPLAIN, TO ANYONE- EVER.
She is so pissed about this she can hardly stand it.
Think about it, during the States case in chief every time Juan discussed the actual murder and showed photos she hid behind her hair- entirely. I could not see even one inch of her face at these moments.
She is pissed that she doesn't get to tell a long, meandering, sing-song story of some part of her life she enjoys retelling and recounting over and over again for hours on end.
NO- this story she is going to HAVE TO TELL is not going to leave some hot, sexy image of herself in anyones mind.
She is going to now begin to look like an ugly, evil, violent maniac and SHE CANNOT STAND THIS IMAGE OF HERSELF. Her soft, meek quiet little voice is not going to jive with THIS particular story and she is "writhing with pain like an ant under a microscope' over this one!
Touche lady- you did it and now you have to tell the world exactly how you did it... no ninjas or fantastical tales... we will get to see the REAL Jodi Arias with this story- mark my words!
You are absolutely right, it's all collapsing around her, & this is the first time she's realized she's not going to get away with it...