Zimmerman trial juror opens up about verdict

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July 16, 2013, 6:34 am
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(NECN) -  More information is being revealed after the George Zimmerman verdict was revealed, and this time it's by a juror, Juror B-37 to be specific.
The female juror broke her silence to Anderson Cooper on CNN Monday night, giving her personal account of the trial and the tears shed in the 16-hour deliberation.
B-37 revealed to Cooper that she believes the situation was a tragedy.

'I think both were responsible for the situation they had gotten themselves into,” said the juror, who was planning to write a book about the trial. “I think they both could have walked away.”

She also stated she believes Trayvon Martin threw the first punch and that Zimmerman is a good neighborhood watchman.
Juror B-37 is set to write a book about the proceedings.

Tags: not guilty, trial, juror, verdict, Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman
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