Jodi Arias Trial: Prosecutor Juan Martinez's "Meltdown" With Murder Suspect; Plus, KY or Baby Oil?
"Um, that wasn't why,"
"Well, no, you were very offended -- you just told us that, right."
"i didn't say 'very,' but..."
"Well, you were offended, right?"
"I was hurt."
"Ma'am, didn't you just say you were offended?"
"Offended would be accurate."
"Ma'am, didn't you just say it was a good word, right?" (Which isn't a good question with "right" at the end of it.)
"Yeah, there's many descriptors to use."
"But you just said just now it was a good word, right?" (Not exactly what she said.)
"Um, yes, i think."
"You 'think' -- it means you don't remember what you just said."
"I don't know."
"What do you mean you don't know?" Martinez explodes. "You just said offended was a good word, and when I used it, then you took issue with it. Is it a good word or is not a good word?"
"Um, it depends on how you used it,"
"Well, I'm saying, you're the one that, I asked you the question, and you were offended, and you said offended is a good word. That's what you said, right?"
"I think so, yes," Arias says, clearly toying with him.
"Well," Martinez says, using his other favorite word, "'you think so' means you don't know, right?"
"I don't know." This is by far Arias' favorite response to a question.
"Well, this just happened -- how is it that you are not remembering what you are saying?"
"Because you're making my brain scrambled."
"Oh, I'm again making your brain scrambled. So, in this particular case, the problem is not you, it's the questions being posed by the prosecutor, right?"
"No, not the questions..." Arias says.
"Yes or no!" Martinez yells. "Yes or no!"
"I was saying no and you interrupted me."
"In this case you're looking to point the finger at somebody else again, right?"
"No, it's my fault."