A Mormon Murder - Jodi Arias and the Killing of Travis Alexander

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The trial of the beautiful Jodi Arias captured the imagination and riveted attention of viewers around the world when her trial for the murder of her handsome lover Travis Alexander was televised and beamed internationally. The tragic story that unfolded of this fatally stricken young Mormon union is not something that history will quickly forget. Nor will the cries from a chorus of Arias supporters who believe her to have been over sentenced, be easily stemmed. Despite the official changing of the name of the Mormon Church to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints way back in 1838, the killing of Travis smacked with reverberation of the murders of atonement committed in those early times. Its similarity of type cannot help but be noticed globally by those familiar with the historic origins of the church. The eerie similarity of Travis’ killing to an historic, Mormon blood atonement or oath of vengeance ritual was never raised or questioned during the trial by either... More > the prosecution or the defense.< Less
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1st Edition
Pamela Lillian Valemont
April 29, 2015
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