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From behind bars.
45 days and you -- murder trial a woman accused of stabbing her ex boyfriend 27 times shooting him and slit his throat.
Is providing our own brand of analysis.
Here's one recent tweet which seems to call out prosecutor.
-- who tries to establish his point by much yelling shows that his reasoning is weak.
And another quick thought.
No boyfriend enough of that rumor.
Remember Jodie areas says that she shot her ex in self defense but that she cannot remember all the rest of it the standing in the of the throat slitting and a lot.
Adam Housley is in our West Coast news or not she can't physically tweet from jail so she's getting help.
Yes have we don't we -- this story before two years ago back when that was first coming out that inmates were tweeting for the help of friends.
Same idea here she didn't jails talked on the phone to her friend Donovan.
Donovan -- and then Donovan bearing does the tweeting for as there on the phone.
They follow people -- -- only twenty people Geraldo Rivera -- real Giffords Donald Trump are some of the people that follow.
They -- CS 4674.
And she has put out things like calling the prosecutor or insinuate the prosecutor has little man syndrome.
Now to our cameras did catch up -- Donovan bearing in Phoenix outside the courthouse and she was asked about the this tweeting me and this Twitter account take a listen.
-- call and saying hey you know I have a well there -- talk about it and just say let's let's -- it sometimes just say let's tweak.
And then we'll take it we won't officials -- out of some good.
And a Twitter what's an offer also some artwork now the -- Ares is putting -- line shepherd and her most recent work.
A charcoal drawing of an -- -- he's charging 2500 dollars -- ever.
Unbelievable that that the defense has an expert has been on the stand for like fifteen years or something right there still there today.
This everywhere and it's pretty much -- -- -- -- -- fifteen or sixteen years it seems like -- That the good news is they've done re cross now at a sort -- direct I should say so the defense he manages to rebuild the case.
And they just rested and went to lunch I during that time the final comment by Alice -- -- you -- remember she's domestic violence abuse expert who says that.
-- areas was mentally and physically abused by Travis Alexander.
But right before they went to break she basically said -- Darius isn't a liar.
Take a listen.
Given all of these lives.
That she told after June 4 2008.
DD -- her for you today cause you problems in her believability.
No they don't my.
If -- areas.
Was a really good -- She would have planned a really good luck and she didn't.
But that's going to be an interesting comment right there that was the last -- we heard from this witness ever before they went to launch the jury saw the chance to ask her questions.
And you know the prosecutors and asking questions about that.
Because that -- really the point has been all on the -- Ares had a lot of bad lies and that's going to be very interesting to see at the jury.
And a prosecutor goes after that last comment separate.
Adam Housley thinks if she were a really good liar she would have planned a really good lie.
Her parents told the police that she hadn't told them the truth and she was fourteen years old.
Sometimes I wonder why we're even going through all -- -- defense attorney Heather -- Hansen is with us in this thing has gone on and on and on and on.
And I don't know as an outside observer the evidence seemed to suggest.
What it -- bit from everyone who's watching it seemed to suggest that she is guilty she murdered and that's what -- evidence seems to suggest that the lawyers here I have no opinion matter.
Don't think that's surprising to me is the jury keeps asking questions you know you would think if they felt like they come to a conclusion of foods that there.
It made no seriously I cannot figure out why the judge has let it go want.
They ask and answer the same questions over and over and over again well you profits up the other day the judge has to let it go on because this is an automatic appeal.
It's a death it's a -- you know so no matter what happens they're going to appeal and the judge has to do everything she can't let each side get the case that they want to get it.
It is really gone beyond in another going to be -- has yet to ask questions at this particular expert and -- the prosecution to call rebuttal expert.
I'm thinking adolescents and have a Mac and meantime she's tweeting I guess there's nothing to do to stop that there isn't you know in Arizona was one of the few states that used to have a law that you couldn't do that and the -- CLU and a bunch of other groups.
Filed suit to knock that lock down and they were successful in doing that because.
What's happening is she's communicating with that with that woman that we saw and then -- one where you highlight -- back.
-- she's communicating with her -- and that -- doing the tweeting so that woman's first amendment rights may be implicated if you try to stop her from tweeting.
And you've got to remember to -- has not yet been convicted so she's got some freedoms that other inmates may not have have you been surprised at all by the demeanor of let's begin with prosecutors.
I have been surprised by his.
Bullying with each and every witness I think you need to change your demeanor with the witnesses that your -- And I think that the jury can appreciate you know with Jody she was really avoiding some of the questions and so he got angry you can appreciate that.
With this particular witness I think he's gone a little bit over what he has to do and I think he has to.
He would be better served by toning it back a little bit when he's questioning women as opposed questioning men for example as you look at this case and there's a lot of stuff there.
Is there any thing that you can point -- -- save the defense might have something with this they might really have something here.
They is she did not give them a lot of -- -- to remember that she's been interviewed yet others jailhouse interviews before she even had an attorney on board.
What the defense has done is make this last so long.
That perhaps the jurors have some connection with -- and don't want to put her to death I think that that is perhaps an option here.
But I don't think that they're going to get that innocence by any stretch of -- -- I figured that the only thing if they must be holding out for.
Is that they've been sitting in the room with her for so long that they just won't be able to killer that's what I content at any -- -- she said no jury overkill -- -- she she sure did she shared it and you know.
That defense tried to -- here.
So they have no option but to try this case and I think they're doing the best they can with what they have.
I guess have their hands and thank you thank you all right.
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