- Apr 29, 2010
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If she was trying to hide that smug smirk of hers she failed miserably. I watched the video on AZCentral, and the ABC15 interview. What a blessing to humankind that she will be off to prison tomorrow and no longer available to spew her BS in public.
I watched a movie/documentary recently called 'Into the Abyss' by Werner Herzog. He interviewed a Death Row Prisoner and mentioned that the young man had a busy schedule as his sentence was approaching the following week. Michael Perry was the inmate's name.
I get the feeling that Jodi feels this will be her life from now on and she is wholly resigned. *Sigh* She seems to see herself as some sort of redemptive gift to her fellow inmates. A legend in her own lunchtime, more like.
What are the rules for interviewing Death Row prisoners? And are other prisoners allowed interviews? Are there different rules for different States? TIA