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Source: abc News/Associated Press
January 08, 2013
"Arias admits she killed Alexander, but claims it was self-defense."
Yeah....... She claims self-defense after first saying she wasn't even there at the crime scene and hadn't seen Alexander in weeks. Then when presented with evidence that places her at the scene, she admits she was there but that two unknown suspects broke into the home, killed Alexander but let her go after telling her that they would kill her and her family if she went to the cops. She leaves and doesn't say a thing to anyone. Having never been known for her modest attire, she goes to Utah where she is seen wearing a full sweater in 100 degree heat. Somewhere in between locations, she had been stopped by a state trooper who told her that the license plate on her rental car was upside down. Eventually they find the pics on the camera. Pics that not only confirm her presence at the crime scene before he is killed, but pics taken of Alexander propped up and posed after he has been killed. By the way, she is a photographer. DNA identifies the bloody palm print as hers with a mix of his and her blood. Then and only then, does she now come up with the self-defense story.
Sex, jealousy and a lot of lies.
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