By Tommy Acosta
(May 7, 2013)
The reason it is taking the Jodi Arias jury so long to come to a verdict is there is so much conviction on the part of the juror’s themselves on what they believe happened the day Travis got killed. They are not willing to bend their principles. There is a faction that wants her dead and a faction that has reasonable doubt that are willing to stand by what they believe is right, no matter the pressure. Those seeking the death penalty will settle for nothing less than Murder 1. The “beyond–reasonable-doubters “will not agree to anything more than Murder 2. There is an impasse. The jurors are committed to doing what is right. Those who want a Murder 1 conviction know in their hearts she did it. Those who believe not enough evidence was presented to warrant a beyond-reasonable-doubt guilty verdict, will not in good conscience convict her of a crime that could lead to her execution.
Perhaps there is a piece of the puzzle missing. Something both the defense and prosecution missed.
Let’s look at an alternate theory as to what may have transpired in the moments leading to Travis’s death. Read More→