She would probably be looking down at customers, smiling at them with a fake happy look and giving them bad service. Spectators traveled to Phoenix and lined up in the middle of the night to get a seat in the courtroom to catch a glimpse of what had become to many a real-life soap opera.
It also makes you wonder if this case wasn't as lock stock as he portrays and instead did his victory had more to do with the fact Arias couldn't keep herself from lying which was her ultimate undoing.
By KTAR. The photo selection was poor, while I didn't expect them to put in photo's of the body, I don't feel those included added much. Complete with 16 pages of photos from the case and trial, this book is the definitive account of the case that shocked America.
To understand why criminals do the things they do? Arias, always playing the wronged and innocent woman, changed her story continually as her bizarre behavior surrounding the crime and its aftermath came to light.
However, this book should've been better.
Having said that, this was a very good read. If you want to hear Juan ramble on for pages and pages about gas cans, this book is for you.
Martinez writes, "Arias always struck me as the 'bad waitress' type. But Arias changed her stories several times throughout the investigation and subsequent trials.
What emerged was a story wrought with sex, manipulation, and deceit that stunned the public at every turn. Now, speaking openly for the first time, prosecutor Juan Martinez will unearth new details from the investigation that were never revealed at trial, exploring key facts from the case and the pieces of evidence he chose to keep close to the vest.