The (Still) Unanswered Questions: Part 4 of 5

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Following on from our previous posts, here’s Part 4 of our 5-part series featuring 25 of the top unanswered questions relating to Jodi’s trial.

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“The (Still) Unanswered Questions: Part 4 of 5” – by Justus
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If I had been Jodi’s defense attorney, what follows are the next five (of 25) questions I would have put before the jury during closing arguments to counter the State’s bizarre theories. (Or if I had been on the jury, I would have presented these to my fellow jurors.)

Question #16: Who except the one who is controlling the attack has the option to stop, stand at the sink and mess with the faucet?

Question #17: If he still had enough energy to travel down the hallway to the bedroom (as the blood evidence indicates), why didn’t he just use that energy to stop all the stabbing she was supposedly doing during that time period?

Question #18: Why did Travis have only five relatively minor wounds on his hands, only one on his dominant hand, and none on his lower arms if he was supposedly defending himself against a knife attack for more than a minute and perhaps up to two minutes?

Question #19: Why would anyone who supposedly premeditated a murder intentionally (according to the State) fire off a gun at 5:30 in the afternoon in a residential neighborhood for no other reason than to supposedly make a statement to an already dead person?

Question #20: Upon leaving why wouldn’t she have noticed the license plate was upside down while supposedly screwing in those little fasteners?

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UPDATE: The JAA Appellate Fund total currently stands at $103,967.50 — so let’s be sure to keep the momentum rolling throughout 2018, so the fund total can push on towards the ultimate target of $250,000. That in turn will help towards covering all the legal fees associated with appealing Jodi’s wrongful conviction.

All donations via go directly to the fund. It is also the ONLY website authorized to collect donations.

In addition, please DO NOT, under any circumstances, donate through any other website or Facebook page/group claiming to be “official” and/or acting with Jodi’s approval or authorization. The same applies to any “Jodi Membership Clubs”, groups or fake Trust funds that have been set up. These sites are bogus – they continue to steal money from Jodi’s future – and they should be actively avoided. If you are aware of any such sites, please help Jodi by clicking here and reporting them.

And remember… each day that passes takes us one day closer to Jodi’s release date…

we are team jodi - and we will be victorious

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Make no mistake.

Believe it.

Prepare for it.

Be part of it.

Leave your answers to today’s questions below.

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Click the banner below to read Jade’s post – “Justice Denied: Why The Jurors Got It Wrong & How The Facts Decimate The State’s Case Against Jodi Arias.”:

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Click the links below to read Jade’s previous posts in the series:

Stephens, Sandbagging & The Six Month Crap-Fest
Corruption, State-Sponsored Murder & Twelve Angry Men

The Immaculate Deception: Exposed

Michael Melendez – Perjury Exposed
The Presumption of Innocence
The Great Mormon Porn Swindle


  1. Once again, five great questions!

    A programming note: I was watching a program on my DVR off of the Oxygen legal channel and I saw a trailer for a show called “In Defense Of”. Apparently, this is a legal program that interviews the defense attorneys for certain high profile cases and follows their defense strategy for that particular case. For example, the current program features the attorney for Clive Doyle, one of the surviving members of the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Texas back in 1993. I am mentioning this because I also saw during the trailer a sound bite from Kirk Nurmi which tells me that he will be profiled on a future episode of this program.

  2. Oh my Lance, not sure I’m up for a rerun of Ole Nurmi! It was painful the first go-around!

    Everyone remember Jodi has a birthday in July so send your Love to her by donating to her Appeals or sending a birthday card. Spread Our Love Team Jodi!!! (((JODI)))

    Thanks TEAM JODI!!! 🙂 Have a wonderful and safe weekend! 🙂

  3. I looked it up Lance and RL. The episode on Jodi is on her birthday… Monday, July 9 at 9pm on Oxygen. I’m sure it’s not a coincidence. Hopefully Nurmi says something that Jodi’s attorney’s can use against him in Jodi’s lawsuit against him!

  4. Hey JD,

    It absolutely can’t be a coincidence! We all know what he is going to say! He is going to claim that he was a really good attorney who had a bad client and he saved her life which was his ONLY goal! I think Juror 11 would love to argue that!
    I think this is a continuation of a point that I had brought up some time ago about the one-sidedness of all of the programming that airs about Jodi. The fact that they are interviewing Jodi’s attorney and it will most likely be another negative portrayal. Its a shame that Jennifer Wilmott doesn’t speak on this as well. Nurmi didn’t do all of this himself.

  5. Hey Lance and Alan! I would think Jennifer is probably testifying in the lawsuit against Nurmi. I still don’t understand how the Judge didn’t let Nurmi off the case and had Jen as the lead attorney and just got another 2nd chair.

  6. Yes, in retrospect that would have been a better option. Perhaps Stephens thought a switch would become an appellate issue, especially since at one point Jodi had begged to keep Nurmi on.

    I too expect Jennifer to testify in the Nurmi civil suit if it ever gets to trial.

  7. Hey JD/Alan,

    You are right about Jennifer. She is doing this the right way by testifying in the civil trial. I know Nurmi has got to be nervous about that since she knows everything he knows.
    I did not know that Jodi asked for Nurmi to be kept on. Hopefully, her reasons were pure as Nurmi would likely try to hold this against her if he hasn’t already. After reading this, I start to wonder how Jennifer would have proceeded as the lead with another solid attorney as second chair.
    BTW, did anybody find out what cost Jodi’s fund $12K? I know it doesn’t matter but I have a question…. how do we know that there won’t be more charges like this in the near future?

  8. Yes, at one point before trial Jodi wrote a multi-page letter to the judge begging for Nurmi to be kept on, and he agreed to stay in return for a substantially higher hourly rate. Then later she wrote a multi-page letter begging for him to be off the case. Both letters have been posted and I expect they’re on this site somewhere.

    No, I still don’t know about the $12K, or whether it will recur. My guess would be it went for appeal-related investigations of some sort. The appeal brief will soon be filed, but after the appeal there is post-conviction relief (PCR).

  9. WOW! I did not know this! Her reasons aren’t important now but I would imagine she has rued that decision for some time afterward.
    That would seem logical that it would go for those costs. I am assuming that my question still stands in that we now know that there are costs associated with her PCR that now become part of the overall cost. This increases the amount needed which, obviously, becomes a serious hurdle to overcome.

    • In theory, the state pays for the PCR too, so the appellate fund won’t necessarily have to spend anything on it. We’ll just have to see.

  10. I guess we can assume that that money went to something outside of that the PCR covers. I sure hope it was fruitful!!!
    I never thought I would look forward to reading an appeal brief!!! I hope I can understand all the legal jargon. Does it come with cliff’s notes??? :)))

  11. Hi Maci,

    I think the better word is “Not Guilty Of”. Jodi was absolutely not guilty of first degree premeditated murder as she was violently attacked in the bathroom of Travis’ home and she defended herself. In the process of defending herself, Travis died of his injuries. This is the argument. Jodi made a lot of mistakes in judgment that make her look bad but that doesn’t change what really happened.

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