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-- woman charged with killing her ex boyfriend it now saying that she has absolutely no recollection.
Of the afternoon when she stabbed him 27.
Times think about that think about 27 -- -- right.
Slitting his throat from side to side.
And then shooting him in the head that is how he -- that's what the autopsy revealed.
And all of this world you know sort of played out during a fight.
At his home that happened nearly five years ago.
Here's -- areas in really the pinnacle moment of this murder trial we've we flashed on the stand for several days but this is when she got to the heart.
Of what happened at that moment when she did office listen.
Welcome -- gun -- and went on I thought -- Just announced really didn't miss I didn't know that I shot him and got shot hole and I want something and I think he's really -- yeah.
Do you remember.
-- -- Had -- nutrients that do.
No memory of stabbing no memory of dragging on the body into the shower.
All of that seems to have disappeared despite her.
Very good memory for so many other parts of this whole story -- areas is appearances change dramatically.
Since they trial started on the left his picture of her when she was dating her -- Travis Alexander on the right is -- she looks in court right now.
Joined now by our great legal panel -- a former prosecutor and Fox News legal analyst -- connect criminal defense attorney welcome to you both.
So obviously the goal here is to prove that he was abusive -- -- her that she was you know.
Sort of put a situation where she had no choice -- anyone any.
Evidence have no there's no evidence nobody's testified to that there's no evidence of all member just last week she put up that he was a pedophile there's no evidence of that nothing on his computer showing any kind of child -- again and again and again her story keeps changing -- Remember first she said all I wasn't even there.
And then she says oh he was two masked man McCain and now her third story -- this is more like a fourth story because she doesn't remember this when she says you know third story was a -- was there but it was accident.
Now she said oh the gun went off our if the gun went off to think about a lot to that the gun went off why would you then need to sleep slit his throat 27 times.
Yeah she also talks about that knife and as part of this murder weapon let -- so what she says about that nobody Tom's thoughts.
I have the feeling pretty -- in.
The ninth in the -- -- But I could -- this -- before so I don't.
I appreciate -- respect me.
Do you know where you got tonight.
It was it was upstairs.
Are you assuming that you remember that.
-- planning and she's she's had such detailed memory for you know -- sexual escapades her old boyfriends what she drank at Starbucks on a certain day.
This one's gone now -- remember it.
The reality is marketed as a defense attorney.
A good defense attorney one of the things you have to be able to do is take the perceived.
Weaknesses in your case and turn them into strengths.
I don't know exactly what the defense strategies in this case I don't know when anyone -- but I suspect.
They only get to closing arguments we get to some nations they're gonna talk about the 27 knife wounds.
Following the gunshots they're gonna talk about all her inconsistencies.
In just her.
Erratic state of mind.
And say that that is evidence that she was under the influence of a temporary psychotic episode.
That the defense will argue was brought on at the hands of the -- and he's.
Say that Madison decent argument for negligent homicide -- far lower for a lower -- share gasoline is -- and the prosecution has not had a chance at a cross examined they will I think at least starting today I cannot wait for the -- examination into the -- -- because that one erratic episode after she shot him to death and by the way her grandparents.
The week before had a -- missing -- you know missing from their house.
Of the same exact kind of -- same kind of handgun as was used to kill him she says you don't know anything about that I mean they're just too many when things about it prosecutors exactly so look for that cross examination look for them to go through all of the different now three slash four stories.
And all of these other at pieces of evidence she cannot remember any of that she'd have no comment no answer do you expect -- how -- expect is -- we'll find in this case I'm.
Look -- is she makes a good witness.
And really the defense had no choice but to put her on the stand as least build up where they were to point out there really wasn't any corroborating evidence so.
She -- -- trying to convince the jury I don't know what the makeup of the jury is.
She presents pretty well they can trust her up nicely with the glasses and giving her this to kind of look -- -- can convince one or two of the jurors that she was a victim.
Possibly could be looking at a conviction for magnet.
-- -- -- -- support I opened the door I -- to disagreed -- what looks and presents well as a witness she looks cold and calculating and frankly coach but I like the glasses.
Aren't sure -- -- but the good defense what kind of says -- won't -- what -- thanks so much time in place of hate to see you back to mark.
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