I want to thank all of my folllowers for bearing with me whilst I tweet non-stop about this trial.It's riveting! #JodiArias
— BitsyJ (@BitsyJ) February 20, 2013
Jodi Arias is on the witness stand this week, and the Twitterverse can’t stop talking about it. As Arias’ testimony on Wednesday finally addressed the circumstances surrounding Travis Alexander's death, #JodiArias started trending on Twitter.
Many reporters and In Session’s own hosts and contributors kept the Twitter world up to date with the latest from the court room.
But it doesn’t stop there. No part of this trial is safe from a Twitter comment.
Defense Attorney Kirk Nurmi’s courtroom style elicits a lot of tweets. Arias’ hairstyle, glasses and wardrobe get at least a few mentions everyday.
Twitter is always ripe with speculation and conspiracy theories about Arias’ latest testimony. Here's a sampling:
#jodiarias says she didn't tell detectives about how violent she says Alexander was bc she was afraid that would look like a motive.
— Elizabeth Erwin (@elizabetherwin) February 20, 2013
— HL Skip Weatherly (@HLRacing) February 20, 2013
— David Otunga (@DavidOtunga) February 20, 2013
— Lilmama3 (@SheilaHowe9) February 20, 2013
For weeks Nurmi has called #JodiArias "Jodi" The last 2 days it's "Miss Arias:
— tampa (@tampacigar4U) February 20, 2013
— KINSEY SCHOFIELD (@kinseyschofield) February 20, 2013
Jodi Arias might need to get used to having a hashtag in front of her name, because faithful trial tweeters won’t be slowing down anytime soon. Twitter is buzzing about prosecutor Juan Martinez’s cross-examination of Arias.
The camera crew is tinkering around with the cameras preparing for what should be an explosive day of cross examination by Juan #JodiArias
— WildAboutTrial (@WildAboutTrial) February 21, 2013
— fentonlawless (@fentonlawless) February 20, 2013
— Jason (@SemperJase) February 20, 2013