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October 15, 2009

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Juana

Excuse me? 85% of the jury said they had no significant exposure to pretrial publicity? And exactly from under which rock did these jurors crawl before they were impaneled? Were they licking their chops as they declared no significant exposure, rubbing their hands in delight at the chance to skewer the defendant who had ruined the lives of so many of their neighbors.

An impartial jury? Impossible!

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