True crime and trial opinions from a layman's perspective
JA Jury Questions
jodi-arias-letter-to-ex-lover Ryan Burns
Arias Testimony Oct 30.2014
Arias Testimony Nov 3.2014
Jodi Arias Motion to Remove Nurmi
June 1.2008 Journal Entry
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July 10 to 12. 2008 Journal Entry
Shawna Forde letter
some great resources here – thanks Lisa
You’re welcome, Mr. Leek 🙂
I know this comment is quite a bit after all the events but I just have to say that the photo of JA whispering at her attorney (Willmott) is freaky. There are two photographs and I’m not sure what JA is saying but her expression is intense crazy and angry in the first one (my mom dated a guy who had anger issues and I saw that expression on his face one time when he took an axe to a chair in front of me…yeah, so I can recognize it when I see it. That’s a very hard thing to forget.) It looks like she is literally hissing at her attorney. You get the real feel of the expression if you zoom in on it. The second photo shows Willmott’s reaction where she is looking sideways toward JA with a frown and maybe I’m reading too much into it but it looks like a creeped out expression. I’m not a fan of JA attorneys at all but that poor woman had to endure having JA as a client.
I just finished reading Authenticity; I watched most of the trial. I haven’t yet heard anyone mention that there is proof that Jodi Arias’s glasses at trial were props, despite JA’s testimony that she suffered from uncorrected vision her whole life and she didn’t realise that she needed glasses until she tried on a pair. Jodi attended public school until her late teens. Every public school child in USA undergoes routine vision and hearing screenings every year, even in high school. There is no way Jodi’s need for corrective lenses could have gone undetected, unless she was homeschooled, which she was not. She would have been required to pass a vision screening to obtain a driver’s license, too.
One question for Nick I forgot to add. As a photographer, using a camera and various lenses, if a person were near-sighted and claimed to have blurred vision, wouldn’t that person be able to see clear and sharp images through the camera lens? Wouldn’t Jodi Arias know what corrected “normal” vision looked like through use of a camera? Her photos do not look blurry or out of focus, so I am curious whether a self-professed photographer could not know how normal vision looked, in your opinion?
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