1. Zimmerman won the case when the jury was selected. It was a jury of HIS peers.
2. The juror said she felt pity for Jeantel and couldn't understand her at times and didn't understand her slang at times. Right there is culture clash because I understood everything and it points out that I must be a hood rat or still able to code switch. (Think about it).
3. The juror said she liked Zimmerman and thought that he "went too far when he _CONFRONTED_" Trayvon Martin. So, if Zimmerman confronted Martin, it became self defense because he was getting his butt whipped?
4. On first vote, 3 wanted not guilty, 1 wanted second degree, 2 wanted manslaughter. I'm still wondering why it was a jury of six and not twelve.
5. Jeantel asked, wouldn't anyone feel creeped out if a strange man were following you in the dark and rain?
6. The juror thought walking at 7 PM at night was "late at night."
7. Jeantel's lawyer let her talk and she came across as credible while the juror said she wasn't credible except for the "cracka" comment.
8. The juror said the roles changed and then Trayvon became the aggressor. So, if she were being attacked and got the upper hand, the attacker would have the right to kill her and get away with it?
9. Even though the case was not to be judged on "stand your ground," the juror referred to that standard a few times.
10. Zimmerman won the trial at jury selection.
11. The juror said Zimmerman should have stayed in his car and not followed Trayvon Martin. That seems like a key for the civil suit.
12. Zimmerman won the trial at jury selection.