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Cold-Blooded Killer Jodi Arias Cuddles Helpless Newborn In Shocking Prison Photo

Feb. 25 2019, Updated 11:45 a.m. ET

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Jodi Arias beamed with happiness over her newborn nephew — and prison officials shockingly allowed her to hold the helpless infant with the same blood-stained hands she used to brutally stab Travis Alexander 29 times and slit his throat!

The snaps shows the 38-year-old murderess snuggling the infant son of her kid sister during a visit with her family at Arizona’s Perryville correctional facility, where the callous killer was sent to rot behind bars for the rest of her days.

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The remorseless Arias — who used X-rated antics to tempt guards and other prisoners — has now gotten a job in the prison library and is ramping up a renewed fight for freedom.


In a disturbing revelation, criminal profiler Dr. Scott Bonn, who closely studied Arias’ case and corresponded with her, said the violent felon may actually feel love for the innocent little one.

“Jodi Arias is a sociopath, and she is capable of both terrible violence and probably tenderness at the same time,” Bonn said.

“A sociopath does have the ability to form warm relationships," he continued. "It’s quite possible, in her heart, that she would have real affection for this child, while at the same time she can be very coldhearted and volatile.”

As for why the dangerous criminal being allowed to cuddle the kid, Bonn — the author of Why We Love Serial Killers — believed prison officials took “careful consideration as to what is appropriate for her to do during the visit.”

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Jilted Arias was convicted for butchering Alexander, 30, in his Mesa, Ariz., home in June 2008 — after the Mormon businessman dumped her for another woman.

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