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Jodi Arias's Kinky Murder Trial in Arizona

Unless you resemble a doomsday prepper who's been living without a digital signal for the past three months, you already know that Jodi Arias was found guilty of first-degree murder of her boyfriend Travis Alexander, a successful Mormon businessman from Mesa. The trial itself began January 2, "regaling" audiences globally with nude photos of Arias and Alexander, gory shots of the murder scene, and talk of kinky sex acts.

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  1. Jodi Arias Trial: Five Things to Watch for Between Now and July 18
    Valley Fever
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  2. Jodi Arias Jury Can't Reach Decision on Death Penalty, Sent Back by Judge for More Deliberation
    Valley Fever
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  3. Jodi Arias Could Be Executed in Just Four Years -- if Her Death Wish Isn't Another Lie
    News
    In an exclusive post-conviction interview, boyfriend-killer Jodi Arias insisted that she didn't plan to kill 30-year-old Travis Alexander in 2008. But now that she's been convicted of premeditated murder, she'd "prefer to die sooner than later."
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  4. Reporters Ask No Tough Questions of "Sex Kitten" Jodi Arias on Eve of Sentencing
    Valley Fever
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  5. Jodi Arias Asks Jury to Spare Her Life So Her Family Isn't Hurt; No Apology to Victim's Family, No Tears
    Valley Fever
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  6. Jodi Arias Is on Twitter, @Jodiannarias
    Valley Fever
    Here's something that's totally normal: You can follow America's favorite murder defendant on Twitter. Seriously.
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  7. Should Jodi Arias Get the Death Penalty?
    Valley Fever
    A jury found Jodi Arias guilty of first-degree murder yesterday for killing Travis Alexander at his Mesa home in 2008.
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  8. Psycho Killer: Jodi Arias' Kinky Death-Penalty Trial
    Feature
    Prosecutor Juan Martinez rapid-fires questions to murder defendant Jodi Arias, bouncing through timelines, appearing to want to confuse and scold as much as to elicit useful information.
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  9. Jodi Arias Trial: The Jury Has Reached a Verdict
    Valley Fever
    The jury has reached a verdict in the murder trial of Jodi Arias.
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  10. Jodi Arias' 10 Most Pathetic Tweets
    Valley Fever
    While the jury is still considering Jodi Arias' fate for killing Travis Alexander, we have some insight on what's going on in her head.
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  11. Jodi Arias Allegedly Penned a Manifesto Behind Bars
    Valley Fever
    We're admittedly a little obsessed with manifestos.
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  12. Jodi Arias Drops the Dramatics, Gets Off Suicide Watch
    Valley Fever
    Drama queen/convicted murderer Jodi Arias has been taken off "suicide protocol," according to the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office.
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  13. Psycho Killer: Jodi Arias' Kinky Death-Penalty Trial (NSFW)
    Slideshow
    Prosecutor Juan Martinez rapid-fires questions to murder defendant Jodi Arias, bouncing through timelines, appearing to want to confuse and scold as much as to elicit useful information.
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  14. Five Songs That Speak to Those Celebrating the Jodi Arias Guilty Verdict
    Up on the Sun
    News broke within the last couple of hours that Jodi Arias was found "guilty as charged" by a jury of her peers in a Maricopa County Superior Court room for the brutal 2008 murder of lover Travis Alexander.
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  15. Jodi Arias Guilty of First-Degree Premeditated Murder, Jury Finds
    Valley Fever
    Jodi Arias was found guilty of first-degree premeditated murder today, and now the jury must decide whether or not to put Arias to death.
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  16. Laquint Cherry Arrested for Tweet Saying He Planted IEDs in Jodi Arias Courtroom
    Valley Fever
    An 18-year-old man was arrested by Maricopa County Sheriff's Office deputies after tweeting that he planted improvised explosive devices in Jodi Arias' courtroom.
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  17. Lifetime to Make Sex-Soaked Jodi Arias Movie Based on Ongoing Trial (Big Surprise)
    Jackalope Ranch
    Because there's no use in waiting for the trial to be over or or giving those involved a minute for closure, Lifetime has confirmed that a movie based on the Jodi Arias circus trial is currently in the works.
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          You  sheeple are, certifiable.   Dozens of reasonable doubts, have been posted, in the past five years, yet, not, one, was put to the jury; while, the spastic carnival act, by, the prostitutor, looking like a penguin, in a tutu, hypnonauseated, the jury, and, the judge; supplanting, reasonable doubts, with, his tap dance, audition...   Edgrrr...  And, who, but, I, have likened the charade of a trial, to, a circus, side show...???...

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