Who were the jurors deciding George Zimmerman's fate? Here's a look at the panel of 6 women

  • Article by: MIKE SCHNEIDER , Associated Press
  • Updated: July 13, 2013 - 9:23 PM

SANFORD, Fla. — Here are some details about the six women on the jury in George Zimmerman's second-degree murder trial, as they shared during two weeks of jury selection in June. Their names will be released sometime after the trial. Judge Debra Nelson has said she'll decide the timeline after a verdict.

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xomed1Jul. 13, 1310:18 PM

Well just another example of failed justice when it comes to killing blacks in america. I find it funny that someone can stalk and kill a child and claim self defense considering his side of the story is the only one heard. works out well the other party is dead and cannot have a version. Too bad this child was not white. I hope the family takes Zimmerman to civil court for wrongfull death. And takes this murderer for everything he's got.

Jakein08Jul. 13, 1310:29 PM

If you want to kill someone and get away with it, move to Florida. George Zimmerman and Casey Anthony can attest to that!

lonstarJul. 13, 1311:17 PM

6 jurors? Budget cuts in Florida, or just 1/2 the justice when the perpetrator fits the was-probably-up-to-no-good profile?

itsmyboatJul. 14, 13 7:12 AM

A disgraceful miscarriage of justice. The NAACP has launched a petition asking the Justice Department to pursue a civil rights violations case and I hope that happens. Also, I hope the family of Martin files every civil action they can think of against Zimmerman.

pukfanJul. 14, 13 8:13 AM

I lost my faith in the justice system when OJ was acquitted, but got a bit back in this case. Given their earlier comments, I am looking forward to the response from the WH! And great tweets from beyonce, mandy moore, NFL and NBA players - thanks to these morons and the sharptons of the world racism is alive and well in this country. Noticed the jurors were allowed to take notes - which is not the case in every state and is key IMO to remembering all the info presented and bettering the chance for coming up with a proper verdict based on what is presented. I was a juror in another state where notes were not allowed and at the end we had to decide based on memory which is tough in a long case. So while i still have my doubts about the justice system as a whole, i think in this case, based on what was presented, justice was served. Irregardless of what lead you to the situation which is where the prosecution failed, you do have a chance to defend yourself.

katfoodJul. 14, 13 5:27 PM

A jury's job is to decide based on evidence, not emotion, and the jury and defense team did their job. The prosecution did a poor one. Thankfully we do not live in a country ruled by illogical mob mentality.

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