A juror in the George Zimmerman trial, the one who was so quick to hire an agent to land a book deal, did an interview with CNN yesterday. Here, we get some insight into the thought process of the jury in reaching their verdict. From the transcript:
COOPER: Do you think [Zimmerman]’s guilty of something?
JUROR: I think he’s guilty of not using good judgment.
And really, who isn’t guilty of exercising poor judgment once in a while? Oh, if only there were some sort of crime for which we could convict people who exercise poor judgment which results in the death of another. Maybe we could call it involuntary manslaughter and it could be a concept literally thousands of years old. Or something. I’m just spitballing here.