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PHOENIX -- Jodi Arias is set to resume testimony Thursday in the death penalty case against her as a prosecutor methodically chips away at her numerous stories.
The 32-year-old is charged in the June 2008 killing of her lover in his suburban Phoenix home. She says it was self-defense, but police say she planned the attack on Travis Alexander in a jealous rage. Arias initially told authorities she had nothing to do with Alexander's death, then blamed it on masked intruders before settling on self-defense.
Prosecutor Juan Martinez has been meticulously picking apart her stories.
On Wednesday, Arias acknowledged she enjoyed raunchy sex acts with the victim contrary to previous testimony that he coerced her to perform them, at times making her feel like a prostitute.
PHOENIX - A body language analyst who has been watching the Jodi Arias trial said the murder suspect has changed demeanors now that she is talking to the prosecutor and she may not always be truthful.
"She puts on an act and a half," said Renate Mousseux , a body language expert. "That woman knows how to act, how to pretend, how to make people believe her."
But Mousseux told ABC15 that Arias' body language sometimes appears to contradict the story she is trying to tell the jurors.
"If you look to the left, you very often make up the answer," Mousseux said as she watched Arias roll her eyes to the left during a question.
Arias is trying to frustrate the prosecutor, Juan Martinez, by making him rephrase questions and demanding extreme specificity, said Mousseux. "I think it's a given that he comes out better. In my opinion, she is overconfident."
Mousseux believes that Arias actually appeared more nervous when her own attorney was questioning her because Arias often touched her face on those days, which is a sign of uneasiness.
"Now, she sits more erect, more defiant," said Mousseux. "Her face is stone cold."