On the Feb. 14 episode of "Nancy Grace," the host and her correspondents continued to discuss the Jodi Arias case. The woman is on trial for the murder of her ex-boyfriend, Travis Alexander. She shot him in the face, stabbed him 27 times and slit his throat.
While the "Nancy Grace" show played back segments of the aired trial, Jodi testified that she was "tired of being bullied." She said that the murder victim woke her up in the middle of the night with constant text messages threatening her and being a "complete bully." She says she called Travis Alexander and said,
"The only thing I am going to be spitting up is the fact that you're a pedophile."
There are many unanswered questions at this point in the Jodi Arias trial. If her ex-boyfriend was a pedophile, then why did she stalk him and keep going back to him? Why did she hack into his e-mail and bank account? Why did she not talk to the police about his pedophilia or let them know that he was having tendencies? Why didn't she simply change her phone number and get a new e-mail address so he could not communicate with her?
While the telephone conversations that were played back in court are disturbing and do not paint the victim in a positive light, it seems that her threat to expose him as a pedophile was fueled by revenge rather then the safety of children.
Nancy Grace said that this was a case of fatal attraction. Jodi Arias was obsessed with Travis Alexander and did everything in her power to either get him back or make him pay. There was no way he could have predicted that he would have to pay with his own life.