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Hey Nanderson! I am with you, but look how Anthony walked away. I imagine she's hoping for the same outcome.
She isn't even smarter than the average person let alone legal trained professionals. How smart could anyone be when she changed her story numerous times, sometimes it felt like dealing with a three year old child.
Efficient Admin says
Hello Efficient, I agree with you. She is innocent to proven guilty, but it's very difficult to see how this is a self defense case. Thanks for answering my question!
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She sounds like a poster child for the type of woman all men should avoid like the plague. She sounds like a total psycho / demon possessed.
It is fascinating to watch her on the stand telling one lie after another. The reason she didn't have problems with former boyfriends is because she controlled them with sex and gave them no reason to seek elsewhere. None wanted to marry her.
The male victim's name is "Travis Alexander," as far as I can see. Who is Anthony?
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I believe she (in her mind) had to kill him. She couldn't sleep, eat, or go on with her life knowing that he had rejected her. After the murder, she was calmer, filled with joy (as told by her new boyfriend) and she engaged in a new relationship
I completely agree. I believe she felt that she had to kill him. However, I believe this is evidence of a mental illness not self-defence.I think she has a good case for insanity.Wouldn't get her off but just might save her life.
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