2014 Mid Term Elections

Orlando Sentinel: Juror B-29 Tells ABC…”He ‘got away with murder’….


By Jueseppi B.

He didn't get away with murder....the jury, including you, let him walk away from a guilty verdict.

He didn’t get away with murder….the jury, including you juror B29, let him walk away from a guilty verdict.



From The Orlando Sentinel:


George Zimmerman trial juror tells ABC: He ‘got away with murder’


By Hal Boedeker and Amy Pavuk, Orlando Sentinel

1:54 pm, July 25, 2013


The second juror from the George Zimmerman trial to speak publicly told ABC’s Robin Roberts she thought Zimmerman was guilty and that he “got away with murder.”


Juror B-29, the only minority juror from the controversial trial, is identified only as “Maddy” during her interview, which is detailed at abcnews.com.


The names of the jurors have not yet been made public.


She told court officials during jury selection that she is a certified nursing assistant in an Alzheimer’s ward. She is 36 years old, Puerto Rican, married and has several children.


She lived in Chicago at the time Zimmerman shot and killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.


Roberts conducted the interview with “Maddy” on Thursday morning after “Good Morning America.”


According to a recap of the interview on abcnews.com, Maddy told Roberts: “George Zimmerman got away with murder, but you can’t get away from God. And at the end of the day, he’s going to have a lot of questions and answers he has to deal with.”


“Maddy” said when she and her fellow jurors began deliberations, she favored convicting Zimmerman of second-degree murder.


But on the second day of deliberations, Maddy said, she realized there wasn’t enough evidence to convict Zimmerman of murder.


“That’s where I felt confused, where if a person kills someone, then you get charged for it,” Maddy told Roberts. “But as the law was read to me, if you have no proof that he killed him intentionally, you can’t say he’s guilty.”


Maddy said she feels that she owes an apology to Trayvon’s parents because she feels “like I let them down.”


But Maddy explained how the jury arrived at its acquittal: “You can’t put the man in jail even though in our hearts we felt he was guilty,” she said. “But we had to grab our hearts and put it aside and look at the evidence.”


The first portions of the interview will air on “World News With Diane Sawyer” at 6:30 p.m. Thursday on WFTV-Channel 9.


More of the exclusive interview will be seen Thursday night on “Nightline.” The full interview will air Friday on “Good Morning America,” which starts at 7 a.m.


Maddy is represented by Celebration attorney David Chico. Attempts to reach him Thursday were not immediately successful.


The first juror to talk to the press was B-37, who was photographed in shadows when she spoke to CNN’s Anderson Cooper.


It is unknown when the juror names will be revealed.


They were granted anonymity because of the high-profile nature of the trial.


Defense attorneys have asked Circuit Judge Debra Nelson to extend that anonymity for six months.


She, though, has made no ruling.


Media attorneys have opposed the idea, saying that to assure that trials remain an open and public process juror names should not be kept secret.



Thank you Hal Boedeker, Amy Pavuk & Orlando Sentinel



“She is 36 years old, Puerto Rican, married and has several children.”

I am very curious, what would her vote had been had one of her children been the victim….would she have let her child’s murderer walk for the very same reasons she allowed the killer, George Zimmerman, of Trayvon Benjamin Martin, to walk out smiling, from that Sanford, Florida courtroom?


Just curious.


“You will feel people stare at you. Judging you for what you think are unfair reasons. You will lose out on getting jobs for something you feel is outside of your control. You will believe yourself to be an upstanding citizen and wonder why people choose to not see that.”

~ Mr. Alex Fraser ~







Trayvon Rally Saturday












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