Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Casey Anthony Juror Reveals: if he was able to vote again, knowing what he knows about the case now, he would vote for her to be convicted.

A male member of the jury that acquitted Casey Anthony of the murder of her daughter has said that she was a 'horrible person' that none of the jurors liked at all.

Revealing details from inside the jury room for the first time, the juror speaking on the condition of anonymity said that the 25-year-old 'probably did something wrong'.

He said that if he was able to vote again, knowing what he knows about the case now, he would vote for her to be convicted of manslaughter.

'Generally, none of us liked Casey Anthony at all,' he told People magazine. 'She seems like a horrible person. But the prosecutors did not give us enough evidence to convict.

'They gave us a lot of stuff that makes us think that she probably did something wrong, but not beyond a reasonable doubt.'

He said that his life 'has been a nightmare' since Anthony has been released from jail.

'I live in fear that someone will find me. I Google my name every day to see if anyone has figured out who I am,' he said.

He said that one of his friend's wives has banned her husband from talking to him and that his sister has hurled insults at him.

Meanwhile, a Florida appeals court denied a request that would have stopped Casey Anthony from being forced to start a one-year probation sentence for cheque fraud by the end of the week. Read More