Transcript for Jodi Arias Voicemail Played During Murder Trial
and go to the dramatic testimony in court on tuesday in the trial of jodi arias. The prosecution playing a voicemail it claims she left for her ex-boyfriend shortly after she killed him. Interrogation tapes reveal her changing story about what really happened. We'll talk to dan and nancy about it in just a moment. First, here's abc's ryan owens with the very latest on this strange story. Detective, I'm not a murderer. Reporter: You're watching a woman. Whose lies are catching up to her. I'm all for the ten commandments. Reporter: For a second day, jurors heard jodi arias on a the night she killed her ex-boyfriend, travis alexander. Travis were here today, he would tell you that it wasn't me. Reporter: At one point, the detective leaves the room. Arias stretches in the chair. Then, stretches the truth even more. I'm begging you to at least come clean and tell me why because I don't want to leave here today not knowing 'cause it's going to follow me forever. I wish that I had answers. I'm sorry. Reporter: She denied she was anywhere near alexander's mesa, arizona, home when he was repeatedly stabbed and shot in june 2008. Even after the detective shows her racy photos taken in his bed on that day. That looks like me. Reporter: The jury also saw arias on tape from the very next day. This time, wearing a new outfit, a jail jumpsuit, and telling a new story. I actually didn't see it. I heard it. First. Reporter: This time, she says she was at alexander's house, as two masked intruders broke in and murdered him. She acts how how she crouched in a corner as the fictitious felons threatened her mafia-style. I've seen "the sopranos." Years later, she would decide on a third story. That she did kill alexander, but it was self-defense. Hey, what's going on? Reporter: The jury heard this voicemail arias left on alexander's phone hours after she killed him. Morbidly enough, she invited a man she knew was dead to come visit her. She repeatedly used alexander's password to check the messages on his phone. Stalking him, they say, even in deat for "good morning america," ryan owens, abc news, phoenix.
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