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    Juror speaks out

    Just heard an interview from CNN on WDTN.

    Juror says race was not a concern of Z. Also says jury believed that Z feared for his life and was defending himself.

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    who else is tried of Zimmerman threads? Moving on

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    Juror speaks out

    who else is tired of hearing how angelic and "young" a punk a$$ thug almost a legal adult at 17 standing 6'2" wearing a hoodie sweater in summer evening heat and humidity walking around in the dark high on weed and then attacking another person

    he got shot for attacking another person. its called self defense.

    moving on.
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    The point of this thread (which went flying over the heads of some) is that the juror is saying that the jury did not simply find Z "not guilty." That only means that the State failed to prove its case. The juror is essentially saying that Z is innocent, a verdict unavailable to the jury that means Z proved not only his lack of guilt, but the truth of his story and his utter innocence of the crimes with which he was charged.

    The pundits keep saying that Z is free because the State failed to prove its case. Bravo Sierra.

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    Re: Juror speaks out

    Quote Originally Posted by eye95 View Post
    The point of this thread (which went flying over the heads of some) is that the juror is saying that the jury did not simply find Z "not guilty." That only means that the State failed to prove its case. The juror is essentially saying that Z is innocent, a verdict unavailable to the jury that means Z proved not only his lack of guilt, but the truth of his story and his utter innocence of the crimes with which he was charged.

    The pundits keep saying that Z is free because the State failed to prove its case. Bravo Sierra.
    +1 Agreed Bull $hit. ( For the non military folks).
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    Not only did the Juror confirm, Rachel Jeantel did as well, telling how TM only was giving GZ a a$$ whuppin. Kiss that federal prosecution goodbye, kiss the civil suit goodbye. The parents will be lucky if GZ does not sue them for the actions of their minor son and take every single dime.

    I want to know if the prosecution knew before the trial from RJ that indeed TM was the aggressor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eye95 View Post
    Just heard an interview from CNN on WDTN.

    Juror says race was not a concern of Z. Also says jury believed that Z feared for his life and was defending himself.
    You know that other jurors have come out and discounted most of what the juror who initially wanted to write a book stated.

    Taking talking points from CNN? You should know better. Or you do now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WalkingWolf View Post
    The parents will be lucky if GZ does not sue them for the actions of their minor son and take every single dime.

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    An angle I did not think about .... good post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidmcbeth View Post
    You know that other jurors have come out and discounted most of what the juror who initially wanted to write a book stated.

    Taking talking points from CNN? You should know better. Or you do now.
    Not really they said that both were responsible but Zimmerman did not break the law. Which is what juror B37 said. I believe they were just miffed that she spoke out.
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