The most vocal of the Zimmerman trial jurors so far, known as B37, announced last night that she’d signed a book deal detailing her experience in the trial. And almost as quickly as she said it, the deal was over in no small part because of the actions of one Twitter user.
Juror B37, who participated on the jury that found George Zimmerman not guilty in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, made an appearance (albeit cloaked in darkness) on the show Anderson Cooper 360 on July 15. She said that Zimmerman’s heart was in the right place, and that he had every right to carry a gun:
It enraged many of the people who are currently protesting the jury’s verdict, and was made doubly worse when on the same day, Juror B37 announced that she’d signed a book deal to talk about the trial and what it was like from her and her husband’s perspectives.
For Twitter user @MoreandAgain, the book deal didn’t sit right, and she sought toRead More »from Twitter user gets Zimmerman juror’s book deal swiftly cancelled