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Jodi Arias trial continues: More interrogation video played

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In the Jodi Arias trial Tuesday, more police interrogations were played in court. And the jury got to listen to a cold, unemotional voicemail Jodi Arias left Travis Alexander.

That voicemail was left hours after prosecutors say she stabbed him 27 times and shot him in the head.

Arias eventually confessed to killing him, but for days she denied it to police, over and over again.

In interrogation video, you can see Jodi Arias break down as police question her about Travis Alexander's death.

Arias in interrogation video: "No I'm just feeling all of the things I'm going to potentially miss out on with my family and I think about the things that Travis's family is going to miss out on with Travis."

Still, she continued to deny she killed him even after police showed her the pictures they found the day Alexander was killed.

Detective in interrogation video: "It's your foot Jodi, these are your pants."

Arias in interrogation video: "This is his bathroom. That is not my foot."

Detective: "These are your pants."

Defense attorneys claim Arias killed Alexander in self-defense, but during questioning that's not what she said.

Arias in interrogation video: "There's no reason for it, there's no reason why, there's no reason I would ever want to hurt him."

Arias told police she really wanted to move on after she and Alexander broke up.

Arias in interrogation video: "I haven't found the guy, the man that I want to marry, the person I want to spend my life with but in my mind Travis did and I was happy for him and I thought there was also a part of me that felt if I stay, I'm going to jeopardize that for him as well. We both deserve to be happy, we both deserve to have, you know, be married in a temple."

The jury also heard a voicemail Arias left on Alexander's phone six hours after he was killed. A voicemail police say she left to cover her tracks and try to establish an alibi.

Arias on voicemail: "My phone died so I wasn't getting back to anybody. Um what else? Oh I drove 100 miles in the wrong direction over 100 miles thank you very much."

The trial will continue Tuesday.

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