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Casey Anthony Jurors 'Sick to Stomach' Over Verdict


"I did not say she was innocent."

Despite drawing indignation from many who are heartbroken over the Casey Anthony verdict, jurors on the trial claim they, too, are "sick to their stomachs" over acquitting Anthony.

Juror number 3 Jennifer Ford told ABC News that she never said Anthony "was innocent" but that there was just "not enough evidence" to convict her. "If you cannot prove what the crime was, you cannot determine what the punishment should be" Ford said.

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In the end, the prosecution failed to prove Anthony's guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.

Russell Huekler, one of five alternate jurors who were present for all the testimony and sequestered along with the 12 other jurors, said today that he would have delivered the same verdict and that he was shocked by the public outrage over the trial's outcome.

"The prosecution failed to prove their case and there was reasonable doubt. Again, they didn't show us how Caylee died. They didn't show us a motive. I'm sorry people feel that way. ... These were 17 total jurors. They really listened to this case and kept an open mind," Huekler said.

I'm not sure about you, but this is one stint of jury duty I'm glad I was passed over for.

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