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Racial divide grows wider in wake of Zimmerman trial

By Cynthia Oi

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jul 18, 2013

~~<p>Common sense and decency appear to have reined in the exploitive calculations of Juror B37, her lawyer husband and her publisher as they announced they have scrubbed plans for a book about the trial of George Zimmerman whose fate she helped decide.</p>
<p>Then again, propriety may have had less to do with the decision than a hard realization that such a book would have to overcome a backlash of ill will and loathing to reap any rewards.</p>
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Common sense and decency appear to have reined in the exploitive calculations of Juror B37, her lawyer husband and her publisher as they announced they have scrubbed plans for a book about the trial of George Zimmerman whose fate she helped decide.

Then again, propriety may have had less to do with the decision than a hard realization that such a book would have to overcome a backlash of ill will and loathing to reap any rewards. Login for more...



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