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Sunday, June 15, 2014
bizarre not guilty verdict. Ironically the defendant enjoyed his freedom only a few hours
One of the most bizarre mistaken not guilty verdicts ever. The prosecution should have asked the judge to "poll" the jury and this outrage might have been prevented.