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Why did Travis' friend visit Jodi in jail?

NEED TO KNOW
  • Watch 'HLN After Dark: The Jodi Arias Trial' at 10 p.m. on HLN
  • Jodi Arias is accused of killing her ex-boyfriend, Travis Alexander; she claims self-defense
  • Alexander was stabbed 29 times, shot, throat slashed

When court is done for the day, the conversation is only just beginning. Watch HLN’s newest hit show "HLN After Dark: The Jodi Arias Trial" nightly at 10 p.m. on HLN.

Jodi Arias claims she had to kill her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander in self-defense in June of 2008 at his Mesa, Arizona home, even though she had initially given authorities other stories about the circumstances of his death.

On Monday night, HLN’s Dr. Drew talked to one of Alexander’s friends to find out why he went to see Arias in jail after the killing.

“I went to visit her in jail on Christmas Day back in 2008," Aaron Dewy said. “I was home alone, away from my family, and I kind of wanted to go and make peace with Jodi. I wanted to give her the opportunity to come clean.”

Watch the interview unravel in the video player.

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RELATED LINKS:

-Travis Alexander as you've never seen him before
-Arias defense seeks mistrial over juror misconduct
-Travis terrified of Jodi just before death?


 

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