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This now Fox's legal analyst Mercedes Colwin live on said this not not a big surprise not at all let me first certainly they look at what happened here at the multiple -- close to thirty times slitting the throat shooting in the head.
Two minute that was classic that he stopped but the -- stop the jury for two minutes is a long time and only do.
You're silence for two minutes you can almost feel that and the enemy -- that man winter this this next phase.
How does that go down.
Well -- next phase now is whether she will get the death penalty so the family will come forward.
The family we'll testified state she told us that she was being abused this is a woman who's a very -- they're trying to spare her life so that's what that the test was going to -- -- but the prosecutor's going to put -- this family.
And they're going to see what -- she took his life look up she took his life will also be testimony about again about the manner which you've done which is obviously for her thing.
The prosecution without question now.
I'm guessing about what comes out of her mouth the chances are good that -- -- is not telling the truth we have history as our guide on this matter but if by some chance she was telling the truth that she does want to die.
Isn't it possible that the defense at -- instruction could put no defense up.
I might not mean -- certainly could certainly say that I think it's all heard this is all psychological games here I don't wanna -- tennis and want to died this jury already hate me.
I tried to convince them of my -- they -- I stood on the defense and that table for eighteen days it's amazing that she took the stand for eighteen days.
Most defendants don't even take the stand she was on the for eighteen days trying to create a report it didn't work.
They found a debate that she's slaughter Travis and now of course they -- that it was in the heinous way.
Whether there really is remorse is -- side item for purposes of the court.
Wouldn't her defense attorney suggested her that she expressed some sort of remorse in this life or death -- Certainly because at this point you're going now.
Everything is -- -- your defense is crater they don't believe that you were you were being abuse number two they didn't believe that you didn't that you didn't do this and -- heinous way how could they help put they have.
Knowing the facts of this case.
Number three maybe should show little remorse maybe should say you're sorry don't blame the victim.
Play it this way that might work and maybe then your life will be spared and maybe Mercedes Colin we'll watch it thank you very.
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