Discussion in 'Travis Alexander Trial - The State vs. Jodi Arias' started by nursebeeme, Jan 9, 2013.
:tyou: for the new :juanettes:
This article is by Michael Keifer. He has a very well documented habit of embellishing. He's just trying to get a rise out of people and possibly get Jodi a mistrial.
I refuse to let my computer be dirtied by going to that site, but I heard they also think either Travis slit his own throat!!!!!!!!!! lol.......or that Travis begged JA to do it, and she just did it because she has a heart the size of TX.
I get more laughs from my friend who goes to this site than I do from comedy club. They are lowlife potty mouths.
It makes me doubly appreciative that our mods here refuse to allow peeps to make themselves look like hillbilly, tobacco spitting, toothless morons. That site is full of that carp. And it sounds like it must be hilarious there.
That's my conundrum too.
At first I gave her the benefit of doubt of carrying on with her escapades (of either buying cheaper gas out of state and/or....as added protection from running out in the desert) but then it dawned on me. The gas was actually more expensive in Utah than California (I linked my findings in an earlier post) and....her drive home from SLC was all highway driving.
So....I've semi-concluded, we're missing something. Like....let's say, Matt? Perhaps Matt met her (like she kinda said in her testimony which again, I linked in an earlier post) and some of the petrol was to fill his car up.
Perhaps she filled 10 gallons (extra) to set fire to the evidence?
I was of the mind-set that I thought originally she brought the gas to burn down Travis' house but a roommate showed up and foiled that plan.
I'm tellin' you Sleuthers....we do NOT have the entire story yet (or ever....) as much as the State is trying to present a cohesive scenario. It still does not make thorough sense.
Pffft at the "death threat" against Wilmott and LaViolette....
Anything for a mistrial, I suppose.
This is the kind of post that makes me want a "triple thanks" button! :rockon:
Not only that, but there are people who lack compassion and cannot tell the difference between right and wrong. Nobody deserves to be slaughtered like TA was. No reasonable human being can possibly think that JA's actions were justified. I hope scientists are working on a vaccine for st00pid, because these people should get one.:twocents:
Assuming that we're not the Rockettes who are within a couple inches of each other in height, taller dancers would be positioned towards the center of the chorus line with shorter dancers tapering off on either side. We are sensational!
So sorry, I didn't watch the whole video before posting the link. Going to add a warning now.
Oh thank you!!! How awesome!!!!!
:juanettes: are the bomb. We love you Juan Martinez!!
Husband fell thru an attic floor and landed on his face. On my way to er in Chlt..ugh..bad memories..please pray for Dale, Jean too..
...and on a trial day!!! lol
The "death threats" are apparently valid in that someone did make them and the sheriffs dept is following up. A death threat against an attorney coming from no one associated with the case or associated with anyone connected to the case is not a cause for a mistrial. That would not happen. Unfortunately there are many crazy and semi-crazy folks in the world and big events (like nationally known trials) attract them like any big event does.
:floorlaugh::floorlaugh: "3-hole wonder dog" I LOVE Mikee!!! "Watch out, that thing bites!" :rockon:
You'd think the powers that be (above JSS) would be STRONGLY encouraging her to get this thing done!!
Wow, really sorry to hear that. Hope he's okay.
I never looked at it that way. She would have had to have calculated that out. Nothing more premeditated than that.
I keep defending the process here and the attorneys but it;s not because I like the defense or the delays. However, it is reality. This court does have a lot of delays and a short schedule for the trial but she's handling more than just this case and since this is a televised, high profile case with a non-sequestered jury, lots of things come up that don;t normally.
Yes, Nurmi is slow and both seem redundant in questioning but JM has been redundant as well. I don;t think any of the attorneys have excessively delayed these proceedings outside what other attorneys in such cases do.
I see zero evidence that the judge lacks control of her courtroom.
The only thing she does that really bothers me is constant sealed hearing and chambers conferences. The public has a right to know much of what's going on. I don't think it's very constitutional.
Yes, it;s called the insider observation thread but frankly, even though it;s not supposed to be a discussion thread it's turned into that. I don;t bother going much anymore because it takes too long to wade through the posts to find the actual insider observations! :scared:
Just my observations about this kind of info for this case. Usually, in the missing persons cases that are being actively sleuthed on WS these types of info do have their own threads and are separated out in an organized way. Since this is just a high profile trial that is being watched by some of us, it is much more informal in how it's laid out. Since we're really just observing I guess the mods haven't deemed it necessary to split everything out all nice and neat.
There are some threads that are separated out and you can find them all at the main Travis Alexander forum at this link:
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