So what? She was a weak sister that would go along with whatever the majority seemed to want. Notice that she did not change her mind until there was massive public pressure by some against the jurors.<quoted text>
Actually, I don't think they did. More than one juror feels that Zimmerman got away with an unjustifiable homicide. The jury was bound to accept his testimony as veritable truth and were placed in an untenable position. It's like the old question: "Yes or no - have you stopped beating your wife?" I am not legally bound to be naive. That is your choice.
They did not have to accept his statement, he never testified, as the truth. Why would you make such a foolish claim? They looked at the evidence as a whole and found it supported Zimmerman's side.
And your very weak analogy has no place in this argument.