An unidentified juror who presided over the George Zimmerman murder trial, referred to only as “Juror B37” spoke with Anderson Cooper recently in an intimate interview which touched upon the death of Trayvon Martin and other subjects that were on her mind.
“I think Adolf Hitler’s heart was in the right place, but he just got a bit displaced by all of the rampant Jewishness going on in his country, and wanting to catch these people so badly, that he went above and beyond what he really should have done. But I think his heart was in the right place. It just went terribly wrong.
Adolf had the right to build gas chambers. It’s a perfectly natural action for people who simply want to be able to defend themselves. But some of those Jewish thugs were really getting a bit nasty with the guards when they were packed on those trains. Many were really rude. They said some really mean things. And some even attempted physical violence as they were forced into gas chambers. I heard they were like, “Hey, you assholes, let us out of here!” and “You won’t get away with this!” I swear, nobody knows how to be cordial to each other anymore.
And the fact that they were all wearing similar clothes, all with some kind of “Jewish power” star on it, made it obvious that they were most likely involved in some kind of gang activity. Some of those guards were quite understandably very fearful for their lives. So I think in that sense they’re all just as guilty as Hitler. I think it was really just poor judgment by all parties.”
Several of the other jurors were quick to release a statement distancing themselves from the comments of Juror B37.