Part 2 – The Personal Matters
In this continuing series of questions for the Zimmerman jury, we address personal matters that may have influenced their decision.
1. Had they or any of their family members been threatened with the release of their personal information unless they found Zimmerman not guilty?
2. How did Frank Taaffe know and report it to Nancy Grace, that there was one holdout for a conviction, and that juror would change their mind, before they reached the verdict?
3. Which one of them asked more personal questions of the others? After engaging in conversations of employment, children, spouses, etc., how many felt intimidated that those pre-deciding the case, such as Juror B37, would use that information to inflict harm on their family unless they agreed with a not guilty verdict?
4. When one juror wanted to leave due to personal matters, why did she allow Juror B37 to talk her into staying, when there were three(3) alternative jurors who could have taken her place?