John Edwards Jurors Say 'Evidence Wasn't There' to Convict

In nine long days of deliberations, tension occasionally escalated in a North Carolina jury room as eight men and four women debated the guilt of John Edwards, who was on trial for allegedly using money from wealthy donors to cover up an affair and love child. Together they acquitted Edwards, a two-time presidential candidate, of one count but found themselves hopelessly deadlocked on the other five campaign-finance charges. Jurors talked publicly for the first time today on "Good Morning...Full Story
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