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, January 29

The eyes of the nation are set on the Jodi Arias murder trial. The beautiful model is facing the death penalty in the cold-blooded killing of her Mormon ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander, stabbed and slashed 27 times and then shot in the head in his own bathroom.

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