Some people really need to look back over their notes from American Government class and/or educate themselves on the American Justice System! The jury never said she was Innocent. Not Guilty and Innocent are two very very different things. Not Guilty means that there was not enough evidence to convict her. NO ONE on the jury said she is Innocent!
Your rants should not be aimed towards the jury, but towards the Prosecutors for the State of Florida that did not do their jobs and present a good enough case.
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I am just glad they are keeping the jury names under wraps. I feel very bad for them for being put in this position and now they will probably be very worried for a very long time that one vigilante will find them and that is all it will take.
Answer by Alanaplus3 at 6:29 PM on Jul. 6, 2011