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Jurors see 'Travis' underwear in Jodi Arias trial

  • Jodi Arias, who is accused of killing her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander, claims self-defense
  • Defense shows jurors pictures of Arias with brown hair
Jurors see 'Travis' underwear in Jodi Arias trial

On Monday, Jodi Arias’ defense attorneys showed the jury a photo of some underwear with the name “Travis" on it.

Computer forensic examiner Lonnie Dworkin (pictured below) testified that he recovered the photo of the underwear from Arias’ camera found by investigators.

Dworkin said the photo was taken July 12, 2008, more than a month after Alexander was killed on June 4, 2008. Prosecutor Juan Martinez asked Dworkin if the items in the picture looked staged.

Dworkin replied that he did not know the context in which the picture was taken.

Arias’ defense attorneys also showed the jurors photos of Arias with brown hair streaked with blonde (shown below) from May 2008. These photos seem to contradict the testimony that Arias dyed her hair brown between the time she rented a car on June 2 and June 4 when she killed Alexander.

With Arias in the picture is her sister Angela, who was not present in the courtroom. Jodi did, however, have her usual supporters: her mom, aunt, other relatives and two friends. The photo caused Jodi to start crying in court.

During cross examination, Martinez asked Dworkin about websites Alexander visited in the early morning hours of June 4. Martinez said the titles of the videos could sound like porn titles, but they are really just music videos for the rock group Daft Punk. Dworkin replied that he didn’t know anything about the videos other than the titles.

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