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Petitioning Governor of Florida Rick Scott and 3 others

Investigate Juror B37 in the George Zimmerman Murder Trial

Please investigate the misconduct of juror B37 in the George Zimmerman murder trial. Juror B37, has exposed a system of injustice in the state of Florida, and her lack of regard for the murder of Trayvon Martin.

Letter to
Governor of Florida Rick Scott
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi
Eighteenth Judical Circuit Michelle Kennedy
and 1 other
Office of the US Attorney General Eric Holder (Office of the US Attorney General)
Investigate Juror B37 in the George Zimmerman Murder Trial

The murder trial of George Zimmerman ended with his shocking acquittal on Saturday July 13, 2013. On Monday July 15, 2013 juror B37 struck a book deal along with her "attorney" husband. All 6 jury members were sequestered throughout the trial to keep out any potential outside distractions. However, the public is now learning that the "sequestered" jury had unsupervised family visits, as admitted by the Seminole county sheriffs office.

We are asking for the Department of Justice, and Florida officials to investigate how juror B37 was able to strike a book deal so fast upon completion of the trial. How and why was her "attorney" husband involved with this deal to profit off the murder of an innocent, African American teenager, Trayvon Martin? Who is her husband?

We also question the potential relationship between the husband, and defense attorney, Mark O'Mara. Juror B37 appeared on CNN, and provided insight into the minds of jurors. According to juror B37, most jurors, including herself, had already determined defendant Zimmerman was innocent of murder from the very beginning. During the jury selection process, B37, indicated she had not informed an opinion. As a result, Trayvon Martin never had a chance with jurors. How did juror B37 get through the vetting process of the jury selection? As concerned parents and citizens, we are asking for a simple investigation into the matter regarding.

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