B-37 vs. Bernardo. Female. I would pretty confidently say non-black. Probably gets news from NBC. She is a TODAY show watcher. She has a lot of animals, newspapers go in the parrots cage without even being read. LOL. She has no use for the newspaper because they aren't truthful. It's been a long time since she read one.
She remembers the names, and the angry people, picketing people, and lots of news media. She thinks maybe what was done was overdone. She thinks the incident is just an unfortunate incident that happened. Does not listen to radio. She does not do much on the internet. How about discussions with friends? Not really. She shies away from politics and news. She says, normally you don't get all the information, so how do you form an opinion? She doesn't pay attention to people giving opinions without facts? That's media. I'm not a big fan of media. Has been called for jury duty, never served. Disqualified once on a hit and run because she worked for a chiropractor.
10:44 O'Mara vs. B-37. Sounds like you have a strong opinion about the media. She says there is no way to get all of the information. How do you handle that when you seek news? She doesn't (seek news, I presume). Most of her attention is on animals, 1 parrot, 1 one winged crow, volunteer for rescue group. She has no idea how many animals, 3 dogs, 4 cats, a lizard.
Her impression of the case. There was a death. Trayvon Martin, a boy of color, teenage years. Agrees shot by Zimmerman. Involved in a scuffle, late at night, boy was killed. She thought it was unfortunate somebody died, that's why you have a jury to prove innocence or guilt. Has 24 and 27 y/o daughter. One lives at home, one is 10 minutes away. Has not discussed case with husband, at any time. Has not discussed case with daughters. Somebody came in to the work place and said the trial is about to start. Recalls the Today show news report about a death and rioting in Sanford.