Hey, where'deverbodygo? Anyway, the MJ verdict shocked me. I was sure that he would at least get a slap on the wrist, but then that would open up civil liabilities. Did anyone catch the code phrase used by the juror during the interview? One juror said, "I felt like the eyes of the world were on us . . ." This is a standard code and I wouldn't be surprised if some kind of ad-hoc program was used on the jurors to secure a not-guilty verdict. Another code phrase is, "I am the all-seeing eye, noone can escape my gaze." Try relaxing in a waiting room with THAT playing through the black box!
How would they have given him a slap on the wrist?
So what does it mean if a juror uses the code phrase, "I felt like the eyes of the world were on us?"
What do you mean by ad-hoc program being used on the jurors?
Do you really hear the "I am the all-seeing eye, no one can escape my gaze" through the black box in a waiting room?
I never have!!