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Profiles of Strong and Independent Woman: Part 3 - Jodi Arias  

 

Travis3000
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22/04/2019 1:47 am  

https://www.biography.com/crime-figure/jodi-arias

Basically Jodi killed her "boyfriend" shot her boyfriend, slashed his throat, and stabbed him many times.  Why? He broke up with her.  Then she lied her ass off about it.  Now she is serving a life sentence in Arizona.  All of this added together makes her one strong and independent woman!

Jodi Arias Biography

Murderer (1980–)

Who Is Jodi Arias?

Born in 1980 in Salinas, California, Jodi Arias made headlines when she was charged with murdering her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander in June 2008. After the gruesome, salacious details surrounding the murder were revealed, Arias testified during the 2013 trial that she had killed Alexander in self-defense. She was found guilty of first-degree murder, and later sentenced to life in prison after two juries deadlocked on whether to impose the death penalty.

Meeting Travis Alexander

Convicted killer Jodi Ann Arias was born on July 9, 1980, in Salinas, California. In the summer of 2008, Arias made national headlines when she was charged with murdering her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander, a 30-year-old Mormon who was working as a motivational speaker and insurance salesman. Arias and Alexander had met at a conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, in 2006, while he was living in Arizona and she was a resident of Palm Desert, California. By the following year, they were a committed couple. After only five months as a couple, however, the two went their separate ways in late June 2007 but still maintained a sexual relationship.

On June 9, 2008, Travis Alexander's body was found in a pool of blood in the shower of his Mesa, Arizona, home by friends who had become increasingly worried about his whereabouts. Almost immediately after entering the residence, the young men began taking in the heinous crime scene. In the bathroom, they found Alexander with a gunshot wound to the head, more than two dozen stab wounds and a deeply and widely slit throat. Investigators later determined that the murder had occurred five days before his body was found, on June 4, 2008.

Arias quickly became the focus of investigations. She was indicted on first-degree murder charges on July 9, 2008, and arrested in California soon after. Arias initially denied any involvement in the killing, despite the discovery of her DNA mixed with Alexander's blood at the crime scene, but she later changed her story, claiming that she and her ex had been attacked by two masked intruders. After killing Alexander, the criminals decided to let her live, she told police, adding that she chose not to alert authorities at the time because she feared the intruders might seek revenge.

Testimony in Arias's trial began in early January 2013, which was aired live to the public and thus became a media sensation. The following month, the alleged killer took the witness stand in her defense, from where she would testify for 18 consecutive days. Already infamously known for her different accounts of Alexander's murder, Arias stated that she had killed her ex in an impassioned act of self-defense. She testified that Alexander had frequently abused her and that she killed him after he came at her in a fit of rage when she dropped his camera. She also claimed to have suffered memory loss as the result of emotional trauma experienced during the incident, with a psychological expert corroborating that she was suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.

"Lying isn't typically something I just do," Arias stated during the trial in response to a query from the jury. "The lies I've told in this case can be tied directly back to either protecting Travis's reputation or my involvement in his death ... because I was very ashamed."

Conviction and Penalty Retrial

On May 8, 2013, Jodi Arias was found guilty of first-degree murder. Five jurors found her guilty of premeditated murder and seven found her guilty of both premeditated and felony murder, a verdict that sparked elation among Travis Alexander's family members. However, the judge declared a mistrial in the penalty phase after the jury deadlocked on whether Arias deserved the death penalty.

The penalty retrial began in October 2014, with a new jury revisiting the same evidence presented the first time around. This time, the focus was on the psychological makeup of both parties, with the defense attempting to portray their client as a vulnerable woman and Alexander as emotionally and physically abusive.

In March 2015, the second jury was unable to agree on Arias's sentence as well,  thus removing the option of the death penalty and leaving punishment terms to Judge Sherry Stephens. On April 13, after expressing remorse for her actions in a statement, Arias received a life sentence without the possibility of parole after 25 years, and she began serving her term at the Arizona State Prison Complex-Perryville.

Appeal Complications

Although Jodi Arias appealed her conviction and sentencing, the process was bogged down by transcript errors and omissions. The court record was finally declared complete in April 2017, nearly two years after the appeals process began, and that summer a 2018 deadline was established for the defense and prosecution to file their legal briefs.

Additional complications surfaced in October 2017, when Arias alleged in a civil suit that the head of her legal team broke attorney-client privilege by disclosing confidential information for the "expressed purpose of financial gain and his own public redemption'" in a tell-all book about the case.


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22/04/2019 3:25 am  

I was on the other mgtow site and saw this photo, it goes perfect with your thread, credit for photo goes to Tangent.  Travis might be crazy enough to stick his dick in this kind of crazy. Travis are you sure the guy died?  He has the same name as you. “Travis Alexander”, hmmmmm. I’m suspecting your the guy in the story.

#Remember therefore how thou hast received and heard, and hold fast, and repent. If therefore thou shalt not watch, I will come on thee as a thief, and thou shalt not know what hour I will come upon thee. (Revelation 3:3)


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Travis3000
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22/04/2019 5:02 am  
Posted by: #Redpillbible

I was on the other mgtow site and saw this photo, it goes perfect with your thread, credit for photo goes to Tangent.  Travis might be crazy enough to stick his dick in this kind of crazy. Travis are you sure the guy died?  He has the same name as you. “Travis Alexander”, hmmmmm. I’m suspecting your the guy in the story.

It wasn't me chief.  She strait fucked ole boy up big time.  He was and still is deader than a doornail.  The bitch tried to play it off too.  The jury saw through her bullshit and sent her to the clink for the rest of her horrible bitch life.  I'm just hoping that there are some nice ladies in that prison who do it up prison style and make the hussy into a human doll, if you know what I mean.  


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22/04/2019 8:48 am  

How 'strong' exactly are these women?

Are they as strong as they claim to be?

Can they bench press 200lbs?

Can someone post a video of one of them bench pressing 200lbs please for 8 reps? Otherwise, we will all be left thinking it's just more of their lies and propaganda and they're not really that strong.

It's amazing how these 'independent' women need to play damsel in distress whenever they get into trouble to get men to come to their rescue whenever they get into trouble. In this case judges and psychologists. Did someone replace the dictionary word 'independent' with the word 'manipulative'.

Because when men look at the facts, all these strong and independent women look weak and manipulative.

 


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22/04/2019 12:24 pm  

Females show time and time again that they cannot handle rejection. One of my favorite videos to demonstrate this is a video of a female being rejected when she proposed to her boyfriend, and she grabs the corkscrew and stabs the guy with it. She is attempting to murder him with her rage, a guy she was just seconds ago stating never-ending love. I guess it was not love after all. Females are driven by fleeting emotions, and that is why they are incapable of much more than the behavior of a spoiled child who has never heard the word 'no'.

"Remember, you're fighting for this woman's honor, which is probably more than she ever did."
Groucho Marx: Duck Soup (1933)


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23/04/2019 4:14 pm  

I bet that she still had the key to his apartment, even after they broke up.  The tragedy is the she is not on death row and her crime is looked upon as a success.  

​"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal." -Albert Pike

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Travis3000
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23/04/2019 4:18 pm  
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I bet that she still had the key to his apartment, even after they broke up.  The tragedy is the she is not on death row and her crime is looked upon as a success.  

She's a liar to boot.  She said that the dude she killed was a pedophile.  She also tried to smear her own lawyer's reputation and was successful.


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23/04/2019 4:24 pm  

 I would rather own a ferret again then to give a woman that status again. If it is in my home it is a intruder and will be dealt with according to penalties of the law.  GregBo you are right 9 times out of 10 a woman who abuses a man claims she was abused first. Yet statistics show woman are actually more prone to domestic violence.  If memory serves they don't even account for the crazy ones normal behavior which should be considered abuse all on its own. For instance lets say a woman comes home from work working a eight hour shift and not ten seconds after walking through the door. I starting complaining about work, home, kids, what needs to be fixed, and how she needs to be more available. Here is a beer while I continue to whine, complain and nag. I would be on CNN the next morning. Yet this is their normal baseline behavior. 

"Never root through the trash once the garbage has been dragged to the curb. You get messy, your neighbors see you do it, and what you thought was worth digging for is never as valuable as you thought it was."- Rollo Tomassi


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