The names of the Casey Anthony jury were released, but nobody is talking about their work on the highly controversial trial. Do you blame them? After all the hatred towards Caylee Anthony's mother, they obviously do not want to be in the spotlight anymore than absolutely necessary.
The names of those who served on the Casey Anthony jury are Joan Meier, Raymond Screen, Linda Bills, Harriet White, Brian Berling, Kimberly Kimball, Kathleen Nighland, James Kearns, Ronald Robertson, David Angelo, Mary Fuhr and Jennifer Ford.
Unfortunately for all these former jurors, they are now being hounded by the media, but so far none of them is willing to give any insight into how or why they reached their verdict of not guilty in the Casey Anthony trial. That is their right. In fact, if jurors think that they have to justify their verdicts, then it is going to be tougher to get a fair trial by jury in the U.S. Because everybody has refused to talk, it seems as if this may have been a collective agreement among all the members of the jury.
Some of the Casey Anthony jury even moved in the three months since the trial's end. Do you think it is because of the public outrage about the verdict? It certainly seems as if that could be a reason. Hopefully the public and media will ultimately leave these people alone. All they did was their civic duty. They ruled to the best of their ability given the facts they were presented in the courtroom.
There is absolutely no reason to harass the Casey Anthony jury members. Sure, the public wants to know, but sometimes the public does not get to know every single detail, and that is okay. Will these jurors ever talk? It doesn't seem likely.
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