THere is one Hispanic juror on the 6 women jury in the Zimmerman trial. We do not know if she was closer to white or not. But I do find it interesting that there was a 4 person rebuttal to the white B37's interview on CNN and the only one not commenting yet was the hispanic juror.
This is the listof jurors as described by Miami Herald:
B29: A Hispanic woman who lived in Chicago at the time of Trayvon Martin’s death. The woman, who works at a nursing home, told lawyers that she prefers reality shows to news and worried about her eight children.
B76: A middle-aged woman, a married mother of two grown children, who remembered wondering why Trayvon Martin was out late at night. For that reason, prosecutors sought unsuccessfully to strike her from the panel.
B37: A mother of two who volunteers rescuing animals. The woman, who once had a concealed weapons permit but let it expire, remembered that there had been “rioting” in Sanford during the uproar over the Miami Gardens’ death.
B51: An older woman, who once ran a call center, didn’t keep up with the case in the news because she has been handling the estate of a deceased uncle. She recalled thinking the case was “very sad.” When asked by lawyers during questioning how she handled disputes, she offered: “You have to listen to both sides and sometimes you have to make tough calls.”
E6: A church-going, unemployed, woman in her 40s with two kids. She likes babysitting, gardening and volunteers at her children’s school. She worked in financial services. Prosecutors tried removing her from consideration because the case will require time away from her children and because she had commented about “innocent people” being put behind bars.
E40: A woman in her 60s from Iowa who recently moved to Seminole County. She has a 28-year-old son, enjoys sports and served on a jury about 20 years ago.
If you look at the list of 4 jurors in the rebuttal statement, it is interesting that the only one not on the list is the Hispanic juror B29. Could she be the one holdout in trying to find Zimmerman guilty on something , but just caved in at the end? Was she the one that wanted to leave? why did she want to leave? To catch up on her reality shows? I have no idea. But the composition of these 4 jurors just struck me as predictably all white.
It will be interesting to see if my speculation is on target or offbase. This is an admittedly an all speculative diary about who wanted to find him guilty of something ( I am guessing the hispanic juror which might explain why the 4 white jurors felt bonded together as a group).