None - Juror number 11 of the Casey Anthony trial, also known as the “Faceless Foreman”, spoke with Greta Van Susteren during an interview on Fox News.
The juror is in his thirties and works as a physical education teacher.
“I really thought that George had very selective memory,” the foreman said.
He doesn’t show his face during the interview, but he does speak his mind about Casey Anthony’s father, George.
“Suspicious that he was involved in covering up the death, suspicious involved with an accidental death or suspicion that he was a murder?” Van Susteren asked.
“All three,” he answered. “We don’t know. The suspicions were raised.”
Also, another juror quit her job at Publix and left the state of Florida. The grandmother in her sixties received death threats after handing down a “not guilty” verdict.
Detectives will speak at a news conference on Tuesday to talk about how they put their case together against Casey Anthony.