Will Jodi Get Away With Murder?
"I personally can't see any motive for this" said Jodi Arias. You have to love this!
I hope readers here are following the trial as she is demonstrating Statement Analysis principle after principle.
She talks, she confirms. Each point of analysis seems to come up, at some time or another. Just as Casey Anthony's statements are now used to teach deception, so will Jodi Arias' statements.
Will the trial end the same?
"The gun went off" is another. Here we see passivity seeking to remove herself from responsibility.
She loves to talk and is a Casey Anthony-like liar with all the extra details she gives.
She portrayed the victim as a monster at times, and as a loving, attentive wonderful person.
She lies via selective memory loss, but it is in her descriptions that she best matches Casey Anthony.
She is a confident liar who's additional details are comical.
The make over reminds us of Casey Anthony as well.
Q. Were you being truthful?
A. "I believe that I was truthful on that one."
I love it!
Will this end as another Casey Anthony Verdict?
Defense objections usually run something along this line:
"The state has millions of dollars at its disposal in order to prosecute my client!"
What is missing is that the State cannot hire the top shelf talent attorneys and when all is said and done...
well, you've seen, for yourself, what happens to justice when a high profile attorney steps into the spotlight.
Will this end like Casey Anthony?
Will Jodi and Casey have a celebrity boxing match?
Will they share the stage for a "reality" TV show?
What are the odds of Casey Anthony becoming pregnant and giving us a novelty name for the child?
These, and other questions will be answered, but only as our stomachs churn with the acids of injustice.