Jodi Arias Cried As Prosecutor Recounted Each Detail of Stabbing, Slashing

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"So which is it, ma'am? Pick one," Alexander said.

Arias said that both her statements were true.

Martinez tried to walk Arias through the moments when she claims Alexander erupted in a fury when she dropped his camera while taking nude pictures of him in the shower and then body-slammed her onto the bathroom floor.

Arias claims she fled into a walkthrough closet where she grabbed a gun that Alexander kept on a shelf. Martinez suggested that if she left the closet and ran down stairs on her right, she would have been safe.

"No, I would have been dead," Arias replied.

When Martinez pressed the point by repeating the question, Arias said, "Only if I was suicidal."

The prosecutor also suggested that the closet was so small that things must have happened faster than Arias was indicating.

"It's a very small closet, isn't it," Martinez asked.

"No, it's bigger than the cell I live in," she answered.

A clearly angered Martinez said, "Take that attitude… Is there an issue here?"

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