Jury duty may be over, but memories are still in session.
In the summer of 2011, millions of Americans clung to their TVs as seven women and five men were sworn in as jury members and later to determine their fate Casey Anthony.
For nearly two months, prosecutors tried to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Casey was responsible for the murder of her 2-year-old daughter Kelly Anthony. After 33 days of testimony, the jury eventually voted not to plead guilty.
While many have kept a low-profile after the controversial verdict, a male jury member is speaking The people And sharing sorry about your decision.
“My decision bothers me to this day,” he shared with the publication. “I think now if I had done it again, I would have tried harder to convict him for one of the charges. At least that. Or child abuse. I didn’t know what to do. Had been., And at the time I could not stand for what I believed. “