George Zimmerman Juror Thanks CNN For Chance To Vent; Says There Will Be No More Interviews

Source: Hal Boedeker / Orlando Sentinel

Juror B-37 in the George Zimmerman trial isn’t talking anymore after a much-discussed interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper.

She issued a statement Wednesday to CNN saying that she was thankful “for the opportunity to vent some of the anguish which has been in me since the trial began.”

But she said there will be no more interviews.

She said she needed to speak alone. Four other jurors on the six-woman jury later issued a statement distancing themselves from B-37’s comments and saying she was talking for herself.

In her new statement, read on CNN Wednesday morning, B-37 said: “My prayers are with all those who have the influence and power to modify the laws that left me with no verdict options other than not guilty in order to remain within the instructions. No other family should be forced to endure what the Martin family has endured.”

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