Juror in Casey Anthony case speaks out on the verdict
One of the jurors from the Casey Anthony trial has broken her silence on what exactly went on behind the scenes during the deliberation. Jennifer Ford, 32, was known as “juror #3” and was interviewed by ABC’s Terry Morgan on Wednesday. During the interview, Morgan poked and prodded Ford as much as possible to try to get her to stumble over her words. Ford held strong and stuck to her main point which was that the crime could not be proven and that prosecution could not even paint a picture of how little Caylee may have been murdered.
“I did not say she was innocent,” Ford told Morgan during the interview. “I just said there was not enough evidence. If you cannot prove what the crime was, you cannot determine what the punishment should be.”
Ford went on to tell Morgan that not all the jurors were in agreement at the beginning of deliberation. Most jurors believed there was wrongdoing while others just believed that Casey Anthony did not do it.
Morgan addresses the fact that for a month after the disappearance of her daughter, Anthony goes out and “leads the high life while her daughter is dead”.
Ford agreed that could make her capable of committing the crime but “bad behavior isn’t enough to prove a crime.”