Jodi Arias Mistrial? Sandy Hook + CNN

Jodi Arias Mistrial? Sandy Hook + CNN

Jodi Arias, 32, is currently on trial for the brutal 2008 slaying of her boyfriend Travis Alexander. Not since O.J. Simpson’s suspected double-homicide has there been such a mountain of evidence presented to an unwilling-to-believe jury.  Ms. Arias admits to killing Mr. Alexander in self-defense.  There’s no doubt about it.  And yet the jury is asking if his roommates have an alibi.  Do they think life is a TV-movie where the least likely one did it?  Or that “Jodi” seems too pretty and nice?

Here are the facts of the case:

Jodi Arias and Travis Alexander had maintained an intimate relationship for five months. (Feb. 2007 – June 2007.) After breaking up because of “trust issues,” they continued a “friends with benefits” affair for a year.  While Travis had a number of other girlfriends, Jodi continued to pursue him, even changing her religion to his: Mormonism.
Friends noticed disturbing behavior from Jodi, who spied on Travis, looked through his cellphone messages, hacked into his computer/bank account and slashed his tires twice.
June 4, 2008. Travis prepared to vacation to Cancun with another woman.  After an afternoon of photographed sex with Jodi, he showered.  Jodi entered the bathroom and began taking pictures with his digital camera.  Ms. Arias claims she accidently dropped the camera – wherein he became enraged and attacked her.  In what she calls “self-defense,” Jodi stabbed Travis twenty-nine times, slashed his throat from ear-to-ear and shot him in the face.  Afterwards, she bathed him and then tried to erase the photos from the camera by dumping it into a washing machine.

Questions:

Why was Jodi Arias carrying a gun, stolen from her grandparents?
Why was Jodi carrying a knife?
How did she know the accident with the camera would happen?
Did she drop it on purpose?
Was this meant to start the violence?
If this is a self-defense case, then where are Jodi’s injuries?
If she feared Travis so much that she felt she needed to carry deadly weapons, why was she there in the first place?
Wouldn’t pointing the gun at him have been enough?

REALITY:

Jodi Arias was being dumped and she knew it.  She conned Travis Alexander into a final round of sex, then waited until he was at his most vulnerable.  Maybe she dropped the camera on purpose, maybe by accident, but the camera kept taking pictures and SHE kept taking pictures:  pictures of her lover’s gory body.  Is this normal?  Wouldn’t the average woman have called 911?
Jodi Arias’ account of what happened changes more than the autumn leaves.  First, she wasn’t there when it happened.  Second, it was home invaders, a man and a woman dressed as ninjas.  Lucky Jodi ran off and drove away, barely escaping with her life!  Third, they let her live, but warned her not to talk or there would be certain death.  Fourth and finally, Jodi merely defended herself against a wild and crazed sex pervert:  Travis Alexander.

More reality: a bloody handprint on the wall matches Jodi’s.

Why the self-defense plea doesn’t work:

Nine of the knife wounds are “running away wounds” – i.e., he was stabbed in the back.
The deadly cut to the throat could only happen if he was lying down. It’s too deep to be a superficial slash.
The gunshot occurred two feet away while she stood over him.
It all comes down to this:  What proof is there that Travis was trying to kill Jodi on June 4th 2008?  None.  Only the claims of a known liar.  Travis Alexander was senselessly slaughtered by a hysterical woman who couldn’t stand being dumped.  The false stories and the attempt to erase the final pictures only prove her guilt.

So why do I predict a mistrial?

As in 2011’s “Not Guilty” verdict for Casey Anthony and the 1997 verdict for O.J. Simpson – if the jury is looking for a way out for the defendant, they’ll find one.  A juror for Ms. Anthony said they couldn’t convict her because they couldn’t figure out her motive.  In a murder, you don’t need a motive, only to know that she did it.  In the trunk of Casey Anthony’s car was a dead hair and body decomposition.  She lied, saying the bad smell came from an old pizza.  Her lawyer, Jose Baez, called the forensic evidence “junk science.”  Likewise, the mostly black jury found O.J. “Not Guilty” based on a supposed racist plot by the LAPD to frame him.

In the case of Jodi Arias:

Her attorneys are smearing Mr. Alexander as a sexual pervert who forced her to wear a French maid costume and a t-shirt inscribed “Travis Alexander’s” (meaning that she was his property.) Some filthy phony letters (by Travis?) were thrown out by the judge. All of this “evidence” has nothing to do with the case and nothing to do with “self-defense.”  Jodi Arias stabbed and shot an unarmed, naked man in the shower. No injuries were found on Jodi, except for a few minor cuts on her hands. The majority of injuries were performed while Travis Alexander lay dying in the shower – including a near decapitation and a gunshot to his face. At the time of her arrest (7-15-08), Jodi was moving out with her rental car loaded with boxes, two knives and a 9mm handgun hidden inside.

Currently, Jodi has changed her appearance to a pitiful-looking schoolmarm with glasses who cries at appropriate moments.  “No jury will convict me!” Jodi, an ex-Wiccan proudly said.  To me, Jodi reminds me of Regan MacNeil in “The Exorcist”:  the glowering eyes – the disturbing hidden evil.  When you open yourself up to witchcraft, you invite demonic spirits.  (In “The Exorcist”, Regan becomes possessed after playing with a Ouija board.) The devil is in the details.

In the case of Lizzie Borden, most believed she killed her father and stepmother. In that day and time, (1892-93), the jury could not bring themselves to have a woman hanged.
Likewise, this is a torture slaying, made even more serious because Jodi entered Travis’ residence with a gun. The state of Arizona is seeking the death penalty.

SANDY HOOK UPDATE

Even CNN has begun to react to what they call “conspiracy theories”. CNN’s Anderson Cooper has gone out of his way to cherry-pick the false rumors and ignores important leads.

James Tracy, a history professor from Florida Atlantic University writes: “While it sounds like an outrageous claim, one is left to enquire whether the Sandy Hook shootings ever took place – at least in the way law enforcement authorities and the nation’s news media have described.”

Anderson Cooper grossly misquotes Tracy by misleading the public with an “it never happened” theory. That’s not what the above statement says, if you read ALL of it.

The few false theories out there are:  Madeline Parker wears her sister’s dress, i.e., one of the victims, Emilie.  The false conclusion is that Emilie is still alive.

Another, that the grieving parents are “actors.”

Obama/Biden’s January 16th announcement of 23 executive orders and new proposed gun laws prove what I wrote earlier… that Sandy Hook would be used to implement gun bans.

Pres. Obama cannot answer why hiring armed guards in schools is the right thing to do. After all, his daughters are protected with eleven armed guards. Then again, armed guards don’t fit in with Obama’s agenda:  disarming the public.

Further questions:  Reportedly, there was a new, expensive security system installed recently at the Sandy Hook Elementary School.  Is there any surveillance video?  If Adam Lanza is the killer, even with his masked face, a computer analysis could be done of his size and weight.  Maybe this video is being kept with the dead Osama bin Laden photos.
Lanza’s mother was found shot four times in the head.  Is this mother-hate or was it done to ensure the death of a witness?

Further questions are asked in my 1-9-2013 article: http://guardianlv.com/2013/01/sandy-hook-chosen-for-massacre-by-the-new-world-order/

CNN would not be trying to dispute news stories which disagree with their version, except for one important fact:  The Sandy Hook massacre – and the “official” story – doesn’t make sense… and they know it.

Written/Copyright 2013 – Eric Lageson
ERICREPORTS, (one word in capital letters), is now on YouTube.

7 Responses to Jodi Arias Mistrial? Sandy Hook + CNN

  1. Common March 28, 2013 at 3:27 pm

    Jodia Arias = PTSD + Guns = Returning Veterans Cannot Have Guns

    Reply
  2. Author March 15, 2013 at 4:23 pm

    Answer to Kerry: Jodi Arias claims the gun belonged to Travis; however, a .25 caliber gun was stolen from her grandparents on May 28, 2008. (The same caliber used in the murder.)
    Comment: Ms. Arias claims her finger was broken by Travis Alexander. An X-ray would prove if her finger was broken and if it is a new or old fracture. If she refuses an X-ray, it would prove she is lying.

    Reply
  3. Kerry March 8, 2013 at 12:32 pm

    Where did she get the gun?

    Reply
  4. ERICREPORTS January 30, 2013 at 1:55 pm

    Jodi Arias killed Travis Alexander – now she is killing his reputation in court.

    Reply
  5. Donna Quixote January 23, 2013 at 6:52 pm

    All that we have to rely on as to the events of that day are Jodi’s words. We already know she’s lied a thousand times over.

    I don’t believe he knew she was coming that day. I think she surprised him and seduced him to get him into a vulnerable position at some point to kill him.

    I also don’t believe he “posed” for those nude shots on the bed or that he took the pics of her on the bed. The pictures I’ve seen of him show him just laying on the bed, not posing. I don’t believe he knew she took those pictures.

    I’m stunned and dismayed at how many people are saying she didn’t act alone, that she was too tiny to have committed such an act by herself. Well, all she needed to do was surprise attack him to catch him off guard and he’d be pretty much defenceless from there on.

    This day of armchair CSI agents making up these juries are just beyond sickening. Nobody uses common sense anymore, they’re all looking for the 11th hour non-suspect to become the surprise killer. There is no justice anymore, especially when it involves a woman as the perpetrator.

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