A Zimmerman juror explains that only it was only the legal definition of murder that stood between George Zimmerman and a murder conviction.
Uh huh. And my housecat is a unicorn, except for the absence of hooves, a horn, and a few other minor variations from the standard.
FOLLOWING A BOOTH REVIEW: I think James Taranto is right and my snark is, hmm, contra-indicated. The juror is certainly entitled to her opinion, as long as she maintains a distinction between her opinion and the law. Which she did. Misleading edits notwithstanding.