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Xena convicted killer -- areas is still up in the air today the jury is unable to reach -- unanimous decision on whether she should get life.
Or the death penalty for killing her former boyfriend we understand that a new panel is likely to be -- to reach a decision not mess up are now.
-- area stays in jail.
She's gonna go back to straight jail into the same cell that she was in last night.
I think the perspective to remember here is this is just going to be about a two month.
Delay in going the parity bill and I'm going to that cell.
At glumly unit she's still gonna go to the same -- is still whether it's life or death she still gonna get there it's just going to be two months later.
Is it -- -- who just learned that she will not be allowed to give interviews this time.
Kind of surprising in a way that she has so much freedom to give them earlier Adam Housley is live in Los Angeles on this so.
I guess that'll be welcome news for Travis Alexander's family who was disgusted by that.
Yeah welcome news for a lot of people as you know when you watch those and -- me time to get frustrated by the way she manipulates words a -- she uses in -- -- contradicts herself many times.
I seems very very calm when she gives her interviews.
At least and most part.
But she will not be allowed as you mentioned the sheriff Joseph -- Arpaio saying no she's now on -- -- custody again she's been there for five years and now no longer shall be a lot of talk to the media.
But this jury took thirteen hours of a deliberate over three days.
Bomb and at the end of the process you're gonna hear in a moment.
Three female -- for -- jurors were crying they looked over Travis Alexander's family -- basically -- the words I'm sorry obviously some contentious moments in that jury room over those thirteen hours.
Over those three days -- they had three questions -- -- the judge also sent them back in and said.
To keep trying but in the end -- This is what happened.
There's vs -- and areas sentencing verdict.
We the jury duly impaneled and sworn that it -- action.
Upon our -- unanimous unanimously find having considered all the facts and circumstances.
That it finished be sentenced.
Million MS young -- unanimous agreement signed workers.
No unanimous agreement only happen a couple of times before in fact five times before in the history of Arizona where -- jury.
Are potentially now could be receded to go over this whole process again.
Martha because they removed by her.
Ability to donate her hair to locks of love -- -- -- groups imprisoned perhaps where are we hearing what I live -- you know.
You know there's a lot of sarcasm you could bring in with the with the way she spoken but we have heard from the -- what was originally jurors have been working to speak but you know how things go.
There's certain ways that certain people can manipulate some of these people to speak and we have heard from the jury Foreman and give an interview who said.
That a couple things first look at her testimony did not help her at all from every -- on the stand for eighteen days basically said that -- she was not a good witness to contradict her own stories and that didn't make her look good -- at all.
He says he believed that she was mentally and verbally abused by Travis Alexander the victim in this case but again a lot of testimony showed they kind of and basically mentally and verbally abused each other he didn't mention physical abuse which was interesting I thought.
And also what comes out is this a good numbers in the trial potentially so what happened as the prosecutor not to decide.
The DA's office will -- see another jury.
If they -- and a jury they'll just hear the arguments for life or death.
And that'll be in July this potentially could be a cliff notes version of the trial we just her with opening statements closing statements and again victim statements -- -- -- areas sheriff Arpaio says will not be speaking against -- media.
-- potentially could speak again to jurors.
If this all goes forward and -- the top prosecutor and DA say no we're not gonna go for the death penalty -- the judge decides either life in prison or 25 years to life in prison.
What a story Adam thank you Barack's.
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