Tattoos in the Workplace

Topics: Kill, Murder, Jury Pages: 3 (907 words) Published: April 30, 2013
Jurgen Smith

Eng Comp II

Tara Blaser

March 24, 13

Guilty As Charged

A man found dead in his shower shot, and stabbed several times. His crazy ex-girlfriend admits she was at his house, and a camera found in the washing machine. Which contained photos of Travis just before he died, and a photo of Arias dragging his dead body. His body was discovered June 8, 2008, in his Mesa, Arizona apartment(Lies). An autopsy revealed he had been shot in the head, stabbed 27 times, his throat cut from ear to ear It has been five years now, but still the case continues whether or not Jodi Arias killed her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander. Despite hard-hitting evidence against her she is now trying to say she was forced to kill. The biggest thing that just doesn’t add up in the Arias case is her story. She’s changed her story three times now of how everything went down. First she said she wasn’t in the house at all. While on the phone with the police she said that she was not at Travis’ house the day he was murdered. Then the next day while talking to police on the phone again, Arias admits to being at Alexander’s house. She also admits to taking the photos of him in the shower, but then says that intruders broke in and killed Travis. Arias even went on national TV on Insider’s Edition, and again tell the story of two people breaking in and taking Travis’ life. Once she was in court she then admitted to killing Travis, but in self-defense. This five-year trial has now turned into a media frenzy type of case because of the explicit sexual relationship Jodi, and Travis had. Even though Travis was a devout Mormon, and wasn’t supposed to have sex. Arias’ has proved that Travis was not as faithful with his faith as people thought he was. Travis was actually very sexually active with Jodi shown from evidence from her cell phone, and camera pictures they took of each other. Because of that evidence is how Jodi has still not been determined guilty. She and her lawyer are now...
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