Transcript for Zimmerman Jurors on Trial: 'Highly Emotional and Physically Draining'
the latest on the george zimmerman verdict. Four of the jurors are issuing a strong statement overnight, responding and in fact taking issue with the first televised interview by a fellow juror. Gio benitez is in sanford, florida, with the latest on this story. Good morning, gio. Reporter: Good morning to you, elizabeth. The other women on the jury say they don't necessarily agree with jury b-37. For the first time, we're now hearing from four of the six jurors who decided to acquit george zimmerman. In a statement released overnight, the still anonymous jurors called their experience, highly emotional and physically draining. They also distanced themselves from this woman. I think trayvon got mad and attacked him. Reporter: Juror b-37, making waves after speaking with cnn's anderson cooper about her decision and about 17-year-old trayvon martin. Do you think trayvon martin played a role in his own death? I believe he played a huge role in his death. Reporter: Her fellow jurors, saying her opinions were hers and hers alone. And they're not the only ones fighting back. Meet jeanie lauren, a new york city woman, who created an online petition, after learning that same juror signed with a book agent after the trial. I didn't think anybody should make money off this tragedy. Reporter: That petition went viral. And on tuesday, the book offer was dropped. Protests against simmer man's acquittal continue. Erupting from los angeles to houston overnight. If you're with trayvon, get with us. Reporter: And some of the nation's most influential people are also speaking out. From attorney general eric holder. Trayvon's death last spring caused me to sit down, to have a conversation with my own 15-year-old son. Reporter: To hillary clinton. No mother, no father should ever have to fear for their child walking down a street in the united states of america. Reporter: Even stevie wonder, at a concert, rallied against florida's self-defense lawyers. And until the stand your ground law is abolished in florida, I will never perform there again. Reporter: A now, later today, the reverend jesse jackson and al sharpton, will speak at an naacp convention in orlando. Sharpton is calling for a nationwide rally in 100 cities this saturday.
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