The names of all 12 jurors – and the five alternates – were released Tuesday, which marked the end of a cooling-off period imposed by the court in the hopes of protecting the panelists’ safety.
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While often refusing to be identified by name, some jurors have already spoken out on the case, admitting they have been living a nightmare since the verdict – some shunned by friends and family while constantly worried that angry people would find them.
Jurors have also said they considered Anthony, 25, a terrible person but that the prosecution failed to prove its case beyond a reasonable doubt.
Anthony currently is serving a year’s probation at an undisclosed Florida location for an unrelated check fraud case.
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