As I've said, I don't think the cases are related at all. They should not be compared. The juries in each case were faced with a decision. I believe they did the best they could have given the instructions and evidence they were given.
I'm sure there will be many not on the jury that feel they would have done differently give the information they heard from the media ( or court transcript).
But they aren't the jury
There are 10 kinds of people. Those that understand binary and those that don't.
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