Justice For Trayvon: 10 Burning Questions From CNN’s Exclusive “Juror B37” Interview

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After signing a book deal to profit off a tragically-slain teen’s death, “Juror B37” appeared on CNN with her identity cloaked in darkness and made things worse (WAY worse) with oblivious racism. Based on her idiotic responses to Anderson Cooper, the trial was over as soon as she and the other stupid-smacked jurors were selected leaving us with even more unanswered questions and no closure.

Here are ten burning questions from CNN’s Exclusive “Juror B37” Interview. Take a look.


Two jurors believed Zimmerman was guilty of manslaughter. Another, 2nd-degree murder. And the rest (including B37), not guilty. 3-3. But they ALL magically agreed on “Not Guilty?” WUT?

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Is she the President of George Zimmerman’s fan club (Racist White Soccer Moms For GZ)? Because she called him George and shook her pom-poms for him with every “his heart’s in the right place.” Somethin ain’t right.


“I think BOTH were responsible for the situation they got themselves into?” BISH, WHAT????????????

Walking home from the store is “getting yourself into a situation?” 7 o’clock is “late at night?” Trayvon could’ve just walked away? NO WAY this Grade A dummy genuinely believes this bullisht. NO DAMN WAY. NOPE. NO.


When asked if she feels sorry for Trayvon, she said “I feel sorry for both” as if Trayvon wasn’t stalked, hunted and slain with his entire life ahead of him.


She acknowledges that A) Zimmerman should’ve never left his vehicle and B) he was guilty of poor judgment THEN blames the 911 operator for “egging him on” by asking questions and not ordering him to stand down? IS THIS REAL LIFE?


When speaking on Rachel Jeantel/Trayvon saying creepy a** c*acker: “I don’t think it’s really racial. I think it’s just everyday life, the type of life that THEY live, and how THEY’re living, in the environment that THEY’re living in.” Who. Is. THEY?


She feels Zimmerman learned a “good lesson” from killing an unarmed teen and would feel comfortable with him on her community’s neighborhood watch? INCREDIBLE.


She felt that Rachel Jeantel wasn’t a “credible (or good)” witness but believed her testimony about Trayvon calling Zimmerman a “creepy a** c*acker?” HUH?


She didn’t know the case was THIS big until after the verdict? Seriously? Not a smidgen of a clue? NONE?


There’s a connection between her husband (who’s an attorney) and Zimmerman’s defense? If so, WHY was she allowed to be selected?!

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