Jodi Arias, the woman who stands accused of killing her devout Mormon boyfriend Travis Alexander, is presently in court on trial for his murder.
Those that are following the case can watch the hearing of the murder trial live through a free web stream here.
Arias, 32, was arrested in 2008 for allegedly murdering her lover, Alexander, 30, a motivational speaker and legal-insurance salesman. Alexander was shot in the face, stabbed at least 27 times, and his throat was slit from ear to ear, according to reports.
Arias claimed that she committed the grisly crime in an act of self-defense. The story made global headlines around the world because she will reportedly face the death penalty if she is convicted.
Prosecutors presented images found on Arias' water logged camera found at the crime scene that is Alexander's home. According to Mail Online, the pictures provide proof that the couple had sex and Alexander posed nude for Arias the same day the crime was committed. There were even disturbing images of Alexander's body that were taken after he was killed.
Prosecutors believe the camera dropped as Arias dragged Alexander's body through his house after she killed him.
Arias and Alexander had broken up over her jealousy after dating for only five months. She reportedly killed her lover because he wanted to end their relationship and begin dating someone else.
Travis' body was discovered by two friends on June 9, 2008, in his Meza, Ariz., home five days after he was murdered. When initially contacted, Arias claimed that Alexander had been killed by two men, then later retracted her story and confessed that she murdered him out of self-defense.
Grace spoke out against Arias and said she finds her self-defense claim "really disturbing." She also described the crime scene photos as the "worst I have seen."
"These crime scene photos make me nauseous, and I have seen all sorts of crime in my time," Grace said. "They are some of the worst I have ever seen, and I can see from the photos that this was not self-defense. This murder cannot be justified as self-defense."