Trial Day 14 – February 5th, 2013:

Part 1/4:

Jodi Arias (testimony continues)

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Part 2/4:

Jodi Arias (testimony continues)

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Part 3/4:

Jodi Arias (testimony continues)

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Part 4/4:

Jodi Arias (testimony concludes for the day)

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2 Comments

  1. The codependency possibility needs to be examined. I thank God I am that way no more, but I will tell you that it is a mental illness that makes you have abnormal behaviors. At the time that a person is codependent, as I believe Arias was, the only thing that matters in your entire existence, is to try to make that person to love you. Because mentally, something happens inside the brain, that makes you feel that this person is the key to your happiness and that you can not live without them. For this reason, I do not believe Arias is guilty. Praying for Arias and wishing the best.

  2. I feel so bad for Jodi, as a victim of sexual abuse, and low self estem as a teen ager I can see how she could easily be led into this disfuctional relationship with Travis confusing sex with love and affection. I ache for her family as they have to listen to the testimony, I have a daughter Jodi’s age. I hope justice will be done. I don’t know what really happened that led to this tragic ending but I don’t want to see her spend the rest of her life in prison. I believe she has the ability to be a contributing member of society and I hope she can put all of this behind her one day.

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