Folks of "The Greatest Generation" , as it has been called, who likely lived through or served during wars in our country , are hardly going to give up on ANYTHING in two hours. Know that there are some older folks on the jury that have been through so much in their lives that we cannot even imagine. When I think of the resolve of my Grandfather, and knowing the age of the gentleman that posed the question....I feel good about this. It was perfunctory. They were reading the jury instructions, mindful that the judge had just called everyone together to clarify a point she had inadvertently left out. They do not want this all coming back on appeal. They didn't want to put the family through another trial because they did not understand the technicality of something, as the Casey Anthony jury CLEARLY did not understand the definition of "reasonable" in reasonable doubt and will be forever scorned over their laziness in their verdict. They will come to a decision. It will be the death penalty. They have been with the family from the beginning. They are with them now. They voted guilty. They voted proven to it being especially cruel. They are going to do their duty and follow the law. They are coming back with DEATH as their verdict. I am claiming victory for this family right now as I pray. I have a very calm sense of surety, and I always trust that little voice that tells me things are going to be OK. I want to thank Katie for helping everyone remain calm. Justice for Travis and this beautiful family. They are America's family now. This will help you have good faith today, a prison official laughing aloud at Jodi's absurd delusions about what role she can play there. http://www.azfamily.com/news/The-truth-behind-Jodi-Arias-grand-plans-for-prison-208611471.html "According to Barrett Marson, who once worked for the Arizona Department of Corrections (DOC), Arias doesn't have a clue what she's talking about. "It's not like here at Sheriff Joe's jail. She will not be mixing with the inmates very much," said Marson." "Andrew Wilder with the AZ DOC sent us this statement when we asked about Arias proposed prison programs. "There are so many variables that prevent a simple explanation. But it's perhaps best to understand that, either way, an inmate would begin their sentence at a maximum-custody level -- which is a highly-restricted experience. For example, meals are served in the cell, as are phone calls, visitation is non-contact, recreation time and their ability to interact with other inmates is highly limited."