Monday, June 29, 2015
Tuesday, June 23, 2015
Jodi Arias ordered to pay Travis Alexander's siblings $31 000 + Death row inmate pens tell-all about convicted murderer
Every hour #JodiArias works at prison job she'll be thinking that 20% of her hard earned wages go to Alexander sibs. That will piss her off— JustDaTruth (@justdatruth2012) June 22, 2015
I see that Willmott's hair is still tragic. #JodiArias— Erin Murray (@MsErinMurray) June 22, 2015
Sam- $15,000 Tanisha- $10,000- Hillary $4000- Steven $1000- Dennis over $200 these are estimates Hearing is now over #jodiarias— Jen's Trial Diaries (@TrialDiariesJ) June 22, 2015
Court has begun and #JodiArias is not there...as expected.— Cathy (@courtchatter) June 22, 2015
Martinez is NOT a rock star. He's a corrupt, unprofessional, witness tampering prosecutor suffering from "little man syndrome". #JodiArias— Jodi Arias Supporter (@JASupporter) October 6, 2014
He knew martial arts, wrestling & "loved shooting". Jodi was a threat to Travis? He was a threat to her. pic.twitter.com/NS07z1kMlJ— Jodi supporter (@Team_jodi_arias) June 17, 2015
Sunday, June 21, 2015
Saturday, June 20, 2015
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
Watch Amanda Knox's reaction when asked whether she is the one who actually killed Meredith Kercher #DARKMATTER #DECEIT
Notice the contrast; an appropriately stoic Chris Cuomo asking [with sober gravitas]:
CC: Why do you think this judge goes further than any other?
Amanda Knox looking concerned, anxious.
CC: Not only does he say 'this is the knife', not only does he say 'you had it because of DNA along the bottom of the blade and hilt' but he believes you are the one who actually killed Meredith Kercher.
Amanda continues looking serious.
And then - as she responds to this allegation, did she kill Meredith - she flashes a HUGE smile.
Amanda Knox spoke out yesterday to Chris Cuomo on CNN.
She denies her involvement in the murder of Meredith Kercher and her words, like many times before, stun me.
Listen to Amanda Knox’s speech pattern. She says:
“(huh) I…believe…I mean, I can’t speculate what this judge’s motivations…personal motivations or otherwise…What I can say is that…as…this…case…has progressed…….the evidence…that the prosecution has claimed exist against me….has been…has been proven less and less and less.”
More on that here.