Another juror who acquitted George Zimmerman is speaking out, and she says Trayvon Martin's family deserves an apology. Juror B29, is calling George Zimmerman a murderer and says she had no choice but to acquit. How could this have happened? What does this say about our justice system? Joining us to discuss it is Martin family attorney Benjamin Crump, senior legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin and criminal defense attorneys Mark Geragos and Jose Baez.
During re-enactment GZ stated Trayvon "went up" on the grass, George said he went East to Retreat View,
Dee Dee said TM said he "cornered me" TM said "he's going back". GZ said he "goes back" TM says
He's behind me again" He's getting closer. walking south from northern buildings. GZ states he "stumbled and
batted his arms. (which I believe Trayvon was actually doing) to get away going south. GZ allowed the punch to
injure or did so himself after shot. and held TM until witness saw him (GZ) on bottom. then shot him.
Wow! This has to be one of the worst jurors. "He's guilty of murder but yet I determined a verdict of not guilty."How about you feel in your heart he's guilty but the evidence is so weak it would suggest otherwise so you had no other choice but to come to the conclusion that Zimmerman was innocent.
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