So after a 2-day trial week, finished off with an awesome testimony from Dr Richard Samuels… it’s no wonder the feeble minded TravisTown Pedo-Huggers (and other timid souls) are hanging their heads in shame & running for cover. They are losers. They should be used to losing. It’s all they’ve ever done. It’s all they ever will do. Nothing changes. It’s programmed into their DNA.
Following on from that…
Vladimir Gagic will be hosting another live online radio program (via Blogtalkradio) today, Friday 3/15 @ at 1:00 PM AZ/Pacific Time – this weeks subject being: “Why the Felony Murder Allegation against Jodi Arias is Nonsense“.
Click here (or click the link below) to listen in to the program. You can also call in & ask questions during the live show @ (718) 305-6376.
Here’s an excerpt from Vladimir’s latest post – “Why the Felony Murder Allegation against Jodi Arias is Nonsense”:
“The prosecutor does not allege Ms. Arias entered into Travis Alexander’s home with the intent to kill him or commit any felony, for that matter, at the moment of entry. How could he when all the evidence shows Mr. Alexander invited Ms. Arias into his house? The evidence is clear she spent at least 8 hours in his house, and during that time together they had sex multiple times.
Instead, the prosecutor’s argument is that felony murder applies because at some point Mr. Alexander revoked permission from Ms. Arias to be in his house, and at that point, she was “remaining unlawfully in… a residential structure”. This is where things get quite silly for the government’s felony murder allegation: if in fact at some point Jodi Arias was still in Mr. Alexander’s house without his permission (we can call that point T1), what felony was Ms. Arias’ intending to commit at T1? If she was intending to kill him at T1, then that would be the exact same thing as count one, murder in the first degree intent to kill, premeditated murder.
The defense filed a motion to dismiss the felony murder charge, stating quite correctly the allegation makes no sense. In response, Judge Stephens ruled Ms. Arias’ intent at T1 could have been assault, not intent to kill Mr. Alexander. I believe that ruling is in error because of something called the merger rule. To count any death that occurred during the course of an assault as felony murder would obliterate the distinction between assault and murder. And even more importantly, there would be no distinction between second degree depraved indifference murder and first degree intent to kill murder…”
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Remember — WE ARE TEAM JODI… and WE WILL BE VICTORIOUS.
Never question it.
Never doubt it.
PS. After you’ve read through The Flores Report included is this site, check out a detailed breakdown & analysis of the report in THIS NEW PAGE – and all the events & conflicting statements given after June 4th 2008.