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Philly scored -- second session on the docket today convicted killer -- -- -- and what could be the jury's final day of deliberations.
They're deciding right now whether area should spend the rest for life behind bars or be put to death.
For the brutal murder of her lover Travis Alexander.
She shot and stabbed in 27 times and slit his throat.
Just yesterday areas told the jury she wanted to live for the sake of her family.
That's an about face from the claims she made an interview she gave -- fox affiliate right after her conviction saying she'd prefer the death penalty then.
She -- a hold those set of interviews last night including this one to fox.
What -- should apologize to them.
Did apologize and out patient and never heard you say I'm sorry.
And they used that those two words but I feel that I made my remarks and I didn't adequately -- it.
-- I regret that but if you want to do it bill.
Well and there's nothing I can do take back what I did I wish that I could I really really wish that I can.
I can never make up for what happened.
You wanna say I'm sorry right now the trust that was -- certainly I'm definitely -- So good country and it seemed like saying I'm sorry quote unquote is so inadequate.
Because it doesn't really.
Encompass their remove the scope -- -- -- that they feel.
-- -- when you clearly did not want to offer the apology.
Joining -- and discuss it just build more former prosecutor now criminal defense attorney and Mercedes Colin who's a Fox News legal analyst.
So she's -- right I mean we don't really care clinicians are there they're usually start -- it caught and convicted and yet the fact that it hurt you know.
-- in the long.
The presentation to the jury should never said it -- she doesn't feel it and that is relevant John.
Very irrelevant I think the jury is going to want to see all -- a lot of remorse from this woman had a skin that find it interesting that they didn't get sick.
Hear from her loved ones the one that she's trying to appeal to her family doesn't want -- Q -- Commit suicide her family doesn't want to get the death penalty the jury never heard from that they had a look straight -- -- in the face.
Noticed she was standing -- she take the stand when she would.
Begging for her life she was standing in front of the jury box.
Trying to appeal to there sensitivities I don't know that would that affect the first more data mined out the finals are what have been.
I am so sorry then and yet she got up they're Mercedes and talked about -- If if they give -- -- life sentence she's gonna donate her hair to locks of love she's gonna start a recycling program at the prison.
She may teach Spanish imprisoned teach literacy she may start a book club.
And most of all she really wants to focus on educating women on domestic violence and some of his -- cockamamie defense for the jury already rejected.
Exactly right it makes you want to Korea and will -- what to do all that wonderful stuff before it killed Travis what did you make the teacher looked a little.
Let me come on give me a break -- think other though BP should -- keep keep me alive so that women that can be awareness about the method on because.
I was the victim of domestic well you know what the jury rejected that they don't believe you he stood on the Stanford eighteen days the longest any criminal defendant had ever taking the stand.
In criminal history yet this one -- that and that stand trying to convince them.
This little speech is not gonna go anywhere if anything the jury's gonna say we'll keep you alive.
Because that would be the greater punishment for you and giving the debt which is what she originally told -- fox reporter and then he sat down there last night said -- lying when he said he wanted to life sentence to mean she said now Obama camp McCain visited me and I revert many rivers that originally situated death sentence and and our reporters and -- you -- when -- said that she said no my family came in persuaded me that would be the wrong thing with Jonathan.
Yes give -- that.
The media round Robin she did last night she -- yeah I have five different outlets and with the -- on and the hair I mean what.
She YE what is what's going on there that's my question to unless she is just so narcissistic and probably believe somewhere in the -- -- of her mind.
That some say she might actually get out and someday she might actually have been sort of wife and some day she might be able to sell her story -- sellers sell herself something about her that we really don't care about.
And and she's -- admitting that fantasy she's got her fifteen minutes of pain I get that the only explanation I can come up -- do you think the jury knows about.
These interviews Mercedes.
-- -- -- and they probably are told by the judge not to see -- not to reader to have an adult and exactly so.
It's not something that they should be -- But frankly they'd have to be living under -- -- not to have some sort of information about the what this -- don't it just makes her look more narcissistic and yet the law does not allow her to profit from her crime -- so even if she -- If she's.
Convicted and sentenced to life John as she can't write a book and collect millions of dollars because she's made herself a star -- -- -- not about this crime but I think somewhere along the line -- she thinks she's gonna have an appeal that's going to win and someday she's not gonna be a murderer sitting in prison I think that's out narcissistic she is.
Hold on to say to them -- idea course back in session there she is.
In the in the courtroom.
This is live -- -- how are getting some news and it will.
-- not being told that we've got a verdict on the on the life.
Sentence vs death I'm just.
Being told she's back in court I don't know why so we're trying to figure that out.
But we'll continue to wait and watch panel thank you both so much thanks -- and you.
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