Jodi’s pre-sentencing interview Part 4/10 – May 22nd, 2013 [REPLAY]

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Here’s part 4 of 10 from Jodi’s pre sentencing interview with 12 news anchor Mark Curtis – from May 22nd, 2013:

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    • Thanks (((((( Vicky)))))), but I always default to Jodi! LOL 🙂 She never gets the chance to get #1 so I’m giving it to her! 🙂 I’m amazed at the grace and thoughtfulness she puts into her answers. Jodi is such a sweet person. I find myself listening to her and then I get mad just thinking about how Travis used and abused her in every way. Of course everyone has their ups and downs with their families but I know deep down in Jodi’s heart her family is her rock. Parents don’t always know what to do when their children are growing up and it is an extremely hard job. I’m sure her parents are wishing they had been more focused on her and tried to help steer her away from trouble. But as we all know our children don’t always do what is best for them or what their parents want them to do. Life is HARD. I know Jodi must feel nervous and scared but I am praying with all the people that we know that are pulling for her it will give her the peace and strength to face whatever else comes her way. BE STRONG JODI!!! ((((((JODI)))))))

  1. Again… graceful!

    Although the jury DID betray Jodi and didn’t decide based on the actual evidence but based on emotions and ‘likes & dislikes’, Jodi once again doesn’t disrespect them (as I would have done…). She is disappointed in them and why shouldn’t she be… they didn’t listen to the trial (at least not while they were in the jury box)! They followed the trial via HLN and social media… 🙄

    As for her family. Jodi is not the only one that wasn’t close to her family during periods of her life… how many of us can actually say we are the ‘Brady Bunch’ or the ‘Ingalls’ or the ‘Waltons’? Even though most families don’t get along it doesn’t mean they don’t love each other! It’s the core love that doesn’t go away!

    Finally, of course Jodi felt very nervous about the sentence (the same jury that decided on premeditated M1 was going to come back with…) how couldn’t she feel nervous??? They got it wrong with the conviction, ffs! She is very brave. I don’t know how I would react if I was in her shoes. Certainly not with such dignity and poise. I would be losing it left and right!

    Stay strong and brave my beautiful friend!

    (((Jodi))) ♥

  2. If anyone is new to the site they might want to check out the petitions and sign. Pandora also put several good petitions on down the Petition thread. Check them out and feel free to sign. It can only help! 🙂

  3. A friend sent this to me today and I wanted to share with everyone.
    Subject: Today’s Thought

    “It was madness…it was music…it was art…it was absurd. He stooped and shouted volumes without saying a single word. The same finger of the strong hand that had written Ten Commands…for now was simply scribbling in the sand.” chorus to a Michael Card song

    Do you remember the story in the gospels about the time when Jesus was teaching the people and was rudely interupted by a group of Scribes and Pharisees who through down a woman in front of him? They brought her because she had been caught in the “act of adultery” and they wanted Jesus to publicly pronounce judgement on her.

    They quoted the Old Testament saying that Moses had commanded that such a person should be stoned to death. Mind you, “in the act” means that a man was also guilty of adultery as well, but was conspicuously absent now.

    Instead, Jesus knelt down to draw in the sand. No one knows just what he was drawing in the sand. Some have speculated it was the names of the men who were bringing her to him, because the next thing he did was to make this statement. “He who is without sin, cast the first stone.

    He then knelt again and continued to draw in the sand. Speculators here think that he was writing the sin(s) that the men bringing the accusation were guilty of in their own lives, but we just don’t know for sure. The result, however, we do know. One by one, they dropped their stones and walked away, leaving Jesus and the woman alone.

    Jesus didn’t condone anyone’s sins,for he told her to “go and sin no more”. But he also had not come at that time to be a judge. He said, “For God so loved the world that He sent His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish, but have eternal life. For God did not send the Son into the world to judge the world, but that the world should be saved through Him.” (John 3:16 & 17).

    What goes around, comes around. When we dispense mercy, we receive mercy. When we give value, we receive value in return.

    The song quoted above is titled “Scribbling in the Sand” and is an excellent description of this biblical event. Its writer, Michael Card, has a talent of painting an image in your mind with words, and he succeeds here. Think about it. The same God who wrote the Ten Commandments on stone tablets with his own finger, was here, in the person of His Son, using His finger to point out that mercy rejoices over judgement, and that grace is stronger than law.

    • Thanks, R. I would like to especially direct that toward all those people who have certainly lied about things with much less dire consequences than Jodi was facing but want to declare her a pathological liar. Hypocrites all ready to cast as many stones as they can.

      • So true Justus. Everyone needs to remember it might be them in a tight spot one day. . .would they want the same treatment that they have given to Jodi???? I think not.

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