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Jodi Arias asks jury to give her life in prison rather than death penalty

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  • Flashback Kearns, UT
    May 21, 2013 1:20 p.m.

    Maybe her and OJ can continue the search for OJ's wife's killer, eh? I think 23 hour a day lockdown would be just fine for the rest of her life. Start a recycling program. Really! Gee that will make it all better.

  • 2 bits Cottonwood Heights, UT
    May 21, 2013 3:40 p.m.

    I personally don't care or think it matters if she gets life in prison or a death sentence. The death sentence would never be carried out anyway.

    So that doesn't matter. What matters to me is that she not be allowed to have anymore interviews with the media. She's already got enough attention and fame out of this. She's becoming a celebrity for murder, and a media darling for being pretty, and I don't want to see them running out the yearly interview with her on Dateline or 20/20 to see how she's doing now, what hair due she has now, what she thinks about things, etc.

    I'm sure the family of the victim would like yearly updates on how their son is doing... but that's not going to happen is it?

    If they give her life... she should go away from the public eye for life (not just till the next interview). If they give her the death penalty... the same rules should apply. Give her all the legal appeals the law allows... but No more inteviews.