CNN’s Gary Tuchman talks to juror Jennifer Ford, who explains why the jury couldn’t convict Casey Anthony of murder.
Juror No. 2 remembers when he sat down with his fellow jurors on Monday. Finally, they could talk about the trial that had consumed six weeks of their lives. Finally, those in the jury room could ask themselves the question the rest of the world wanted answered:
Was Casey Anthony guilty of first-degree murder?
“Everybody agreed if we were going fully on feelings and emotions,” the juror said, “she was done.”
“I just swear to God …,” he said, his voice falling silent, overcome by tears. “I wish we had more evidence to put her away. I truly do …
“But it wasn’t there.”