[In the Terry Nichols case a] prospective juror said she overheard other possible panelists say they would say anything to get on the jury. The woman was retained on the panel.
"I'll do whatever it takes to get up there," she paraphrased one of them as saying. "I'm going to say what I can to get on the jury. My decision is already made."
She said she overheard three or four jurors make similar comments when more than 350 people summoned for jury duty in the case met for orientation February 23. None of the people she overheard make the statements are among the 37 prospective jurors still being considered for Nichols' jury, she said.
10 March 2004
Here's a nightmare for the judge and Defense:
Author: Ken Lammers on 3/10/2004