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Massachusetts / Hernandez Murder Trial / Jurors Interview / A Discussion (Part III) #1082182

CNN Evening News for Friday, Apr 17, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The conviction of former pro football player Aaron Hernandez for the murder of Odin Loyd introduced; scenes shown from court. CNN interview with the jury presented. [Jurors Jen ROGERS@, Lesa STRACHEN@, Kelly DORSEY@, Jon CARLSON, OTHERS- talk about whether it mattered whether Hernandez pulled the trigger, the text messages, that Hernandez faces other murder charges, the presence of Loyd's family.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with jury consultant Richard Gabriel about the jury interview. [GABRIEL praises the jury diligence & learning about more evidence after the trial ended; explains the defense's approach, the non-verbal behavior.]

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