We don't know who Juror B37 is -- only that she isn't going to write a book about the George Zimmerman trial.
Except she was going to! Or at least until the juror's book agent fired her over Twitter, half a day after hiring her.
And maybe because the juror decided herself not to write the book because of public outrage. It's not totally clear.
Every major criminal case spawns a cast of minorly intriguing supporting characters, and Juror B37's moment of consideration in the national consciousness may have peaked with her nameless, faceless interview with Anderson Cooper on a darkened CNN set Monday night.
“I want people to know that we put everything into everything to get this verdict," the juror said, getting tearful as she explained why she'd come forward for a TV interview. "We didn’t just go in there and say we’re going to come in here and do guilty, not guilty. We thought about it for hours and cried over it afterwards. I don’t think any of us could do anything like that ever again.”
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