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Roger Ebert - Chicago Sun Times Pulitzer Prize winning movie reviewer, who died of thyroid cancer recurrence. Roger died at age 70. Married to Chaz for many years who is black. Roger worked with Gene Siskel who died of brain cancer years ago.
Lavulette psychotherapist with Masters degree argues Arias is domestic violence victim. Paid $250/hr for 44 hours of interviews with Arias and $300/hour for testifying in court. Just reading Arias' words. Trial resumes next week.
Psychologist said Arias had PTSD
Travis Alexander was a hard working practcing Mormon who lived in Arizona , he was popular with everyone, So when he was Found with a bullet wound in the face and his throat slashed the brutal murder sent shock waves throughout his community
But Soon a suspect was singled out Jodi Arias A beautiful aspring photographer Jodi had been in a long distance relationship with Travis the year before But Travis wasn't interested in a serious commitment he was seeing several women during that time.When he broke up with her,that didn't stop Jodi from leaving California moving to just a few miles away from Travis's home and inseerting herself into his daily life.Investigators found one piece of startling evidence in Travis's Home that implicated Jodi But in bizarre turn of events, Jodi would claim self -defense Was she a victim or a devious Killer?
Tuesday Sept 17 9pm est, 6pm pst
“Voices for Justice” examines the Jodi Arias trial in the murder of ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander in Arizona. The show will feature friends of Alexander and others covering the trial.
Guests include: Julie & Eric Christopher, Attorney Mark Eiglarsh and reporters covering the trial.
Photos by HLNtv.com
What kinds of appellate issues are in play for the Jodi Arias case? Did Juan Martinez and Sherry Stephens run a fair courtroom? Or did they leave a lot of avenues open to appealable issues?
Call in and opine!
Assistance Dogs of the West provides trained service dogs to people with disabilities in order to increase self-reliance and independence. We teach students to train dogs to help people.
Since 1995, ADW has taught elementary, middle and high school students, juvenile detention center students and developmentally and physically disabled students to train assistance dogs. All student trainers learn from professional ADW instructor/trainers through structured classes, using a continually improving curriculum, and emerge from the program with increased leadership skills, compassion and self-esteem. Assistance Dogs of the West uses the Assistance Dog Student Trainer Program to enhance the lives and opportunities for mainstream and at-risk students in New Mexico, to train our dogs most effectively and to keep our costs low.
ADW service dogs learn a minimum of 90 commands and successful graduates are placed with clients to help overcome physical mobility, emotional and psychiatric challenges caused by disease, trauma or environment. Seizure dogs alert and respond to the needs of clients with seizure disorders, and psychiatric support and social therapy dogs work with individuals or groups offering avenues for increased socialization to lives with challenges. ADW client/recipients have diverse ethnic backgrounds.
My personal Bio:
Jodie Backensto (Back-en-stow) has been with ADW for 10 years as an Instructor/Trainer. She gained her knowledge from an intense internship with ADW and continues her education through forums, conferences and workshops. Learning about communication styles, learning styles, human and animal behavior as well as teaching dogs, students and clients are her greatest motivations. She spends most of her down time on her small homestead growing and canning heirloom vegetables.
Finally after a month off, MMAPowerTalk is back LIVE!!! Tonight we will look back at two historic events. First we will look back and discuss the fall out from UFC 162. What does the future hold? We know of the rematch, but what has this title change done to the landscape of MMA. We will also take a look back at Invicta Fighting Championship 6. With her win. Does Cris Cyborg top the list of best Womens Mixed Martial Artists?
Later we will be joined by Jodie Esquibel. We will touch on training at JAckson's MMA, Invicta, and where we will see her in the cage next.