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djones520
07-12-2011, 08:04 AM
Fucking animals. :mad:


A juror in the Casey Anthony trial has told how she received death threats and has been unable to work since she was cleared of murder.

The woman, known only as juror number 12 left her job and went into hiding fearing co-workers would 'want her head on a platter'.

Her husband said before leaving she told him: 'I’d rather go to jail than sit on a jury like this again.'

He told NBC News he was worried for her health and had his bags packed ready to leave if his 60-year-old wife's name gets released.

The woman, who moved to Florida from Michigan, fled the area, retiring from her job working at Publix Grocery over the phone because she didn't feel safe.

While the court record of all the jurors’ names remains sealed, the couple who have been separated for 44 days said they face vitriol from those unwilling to accept the verdict.


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2013371/Casey-Anthony-juror-60-quits-work-flees-town-fear-life.html#ixzz1RtMAqXPk

NJCardFan
07-12-2011, 04:54 PM
Amazing how people took this personally. No one outside of the Anthony family stood to gain or lose by this and yet people are all worked up. Let it go.

lacarnut
07-12-2011, 07:28 PM
On a rape and robbery trial I sat on as a jurror, the two white victims closed their video shop and moved out of town. The perp was convicted, and blacks in the neighborhood threatened their lives.

Novaheart
07-12-2011, 08:15 PM
On a rape and robbery trial I sat on as a jurror, the two white victims closed their video shop and moved out of town. The perp was convicted, and blacks in the neighborhood threatened their lives.

We rarely get told about the extended consequences of being a victim or defending yourself unless it's a rape.

Bubba Dawg
07-12-2011, 08:50 PM
Have all the opinions you want over the case, but 12 people were not convinced beyond a reasonable doubt of the defendant's guilt so she was found not-guilty.

People who live their lives vicariously through an event like this are pathetic losers, and a few of these nuts could be dangerous. I don't blame her for moving but it is damnable that people reacted this way and forced her to fear for her safety.

I would wish that this weren't true but I fear it is. Damned shame.

fettpett
07-12-2011, 08:59 PM
Have all the opinions you want over the case, but 12 people were not convinced beyond a reasonable doubt of the defendant's guilt so she was found not-guilty.

People who live their lives vicariously through an event like this are pathetic losers, and a few of these nuts could be dangerous. I don't blame her for moving but it is damnable that people reacted this way and forced her to fear for her safety.

I would wish that this weren't true but I fear it is. Damned shame.

QFT