From The Libby Trial: No Love Lost

An interesting tidbit on the dismissed juror in the Libby trial, from producer Deirdre Hester in Washington:
The juror who was dismissed in the Libby case is a woman who appeared to be in her late 60's. During the jury selection process she told the court she grew up in NYC. She was a curator of prints and drawings at the Metropolitan in NY for 10 years, and has spent the last 35 years in DC. She has a PhD in art and studied in London, as well as at Syracuse University, Mills College and NYU. She said she continues to work full time doing research, writing and publishing. She was quite a character. Very haughty. She had a grande dame patrician-like demeanor. She was quite drawn out and dramatic as she spoke with her jaw clenched...
But that's not all. According to Hester, "This is the juror who didn't go along with the others wearing a t-shirt on Valentine's Day."

Clearly, it doesn't pay to be a party pooper.

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