I seriously doubt Omara would risk authorizing a juror that he knew. He is smarter than that.<quoted text>
Yes, it was known that her husband was an attorney "in the space industry" (whatever that means).
I think pillow talk was in play here and I also think, based upon her interview with Anderson Cooper, she was just a bit too chummy referring repeatedly to the defendant as "George".
I hope Taffe finally shot his big mouth off once too often and as a result, the DOJ will launch a side investigation into possible jury tampering.
Everything related to/connected to this case stinks to high heaven......including what the Judge left out of the jury instructions.
Which, btw, brings us full circle to that jury question on manslaughter that was never answered. How is it they could come up with a verdict that "followed the law" if they didn't know what the law meant?
And I truly hope that someone tells B37 that 7:00PM is NOT considered "late night".
Why is it that when something happens people don't like they can think up a million conspiracies theories.
Question for you. Why did both Tracy Martin and Brandi Green both say that Trayvon was "just on the porch" the day after Trayvon was shot in a news story by a reporter that went to the scene and talked to John Good. It was not a planned interview, Tracy and Brandi were at the scene and the reporter ask them if they knew Trayvon. The reporter didn't even know who they were. Both of them said "he was just on the porch" Excited utterance?