Jodi Arias Tweets After She’s Found Eligible For Death Penalty

Thu, May 16, 2013 2:01pm EDT by 11 Comments
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james babcock

Posted at 7:34 PM on May 28, 2013  

I am looking forward to the time when jody arias fades into obscurity where she belongs…..it is a shame that 4 members of the jury treated her with the humanity that she failed to show travis…she is a truly disturbing individual…..maybe justice will be meted out by her fellow prisoners in jail, just like jefferey dahmer recieved….we can only hope so.

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Janey

Posted at 2:10 PM on May 20, 2013  

The infamous writer, Christopher Rogers, wrote about the infamous Jodi Arias quoting an infamous Mormon leader because he doesn’t know what “infamous” means.

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Troy

Posted at 11:32 AM on May 20, 2013  

Either Christopher Rogers has no idea what the word “infamous” means, or he is intentionally smearing Uchtdorf’s name. Either way, “infamous” is the wrong descriptor for Uchtdorf, who has demonstrably spoken nothing but love, peace, and responsibility.

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Carl

Posted at 3:00 PM on May 16, 2013  

Should she be tweeting? Probably not particularly wise (given the horrific act of which she’s been found guilty). However, I don’t see any particular reason why she should be forbidden either (free speach, etc.).

As for the specific quote she tweeted, it is basically saying “God loves everyone” (which most people who believe in God would agree with). However, it does specifically point out that God loves the wicked (which is certainly included in the group “everyone”). From her, then, it comes across as both arogant and self-convicting. (Like I said, not particularly wise on her part.)

The one thing I don’t get is why the author of this article calls Dieter F. Uchtdorf an “infamous” Mormon leader. There is no basis in this article for such an obviously negative term and anyone who has actually known an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Later-Day Saints (the “Mormon” church) knows that Jodi Arias is living very far outside anything the church teaches or encourages, so that shouldn’t be the reason for such terms being used even if she does decide to quote him.

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GW

Posted at 2:55 PM on May 16, 2013  

Uchtdorf is an infamous leader? Where do you get your information from? He is lightly respected and very successful former airline executive.

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Posted at 2:40 PM on May 16, 2013  

God does love all of his children, and we are ALL his children. However, Uchtdorf is NOT saying that it is ok to go kill your boyfriend and then try to get out of it. If you TRULY repent to your Savior Jesus Christ you can be forgiven because of Gods love, you have to take those steps and go through the repentance process. It does not seem she has done that, she just wants to get out of trouble for the crime she committed and then denied and continues to deny and lie about. She will be punished for what she has done. There is opportunity for her to turn to God and her Savior and eventually be forgiven of them to some degree of only which they know but that forgiveness is not given freely, their love is though. I am sure both God and the Savior still love her and hope for her to turn to them and do whats right and only they will know if she does, none of us ever will no matter what she says or tweets or tries to convince us of.

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onlinebabe

Posted at 12:02 AM on May 24, 2013  

Well atleast she acknowledges she is wicked,

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Diane Lund

Posted at 6:17 PM on May 28, 2013  

I do not care if she asks for forgiveness, she will be lying like everything else she has lied about. She has Prison religion, they all get it and let them out and see how they go back to new crimes

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Carol

Posted at 7:35 PM on May 31, 2013  

We have seen other criminals on trial but they seem more subdued but not Jodi. her arrogance and attitude is which makes it clear that she would not put up with abuse. also, i wish HLN would quit playing that awful recording of her trying to sing “oh holy night”. It is awful and shrill and she doesn’t even know the words……..

 
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