Transcript for Defendants in Vanderbilt Rape Case Free on Bail
We're going to turn now to that mistrial in the case making national headlines. Those two young football players from Vanderbilt university. Convicted in January of sexually assaulting a woman in a dorm room. Tonight, leaving the courtroom free on bond now, bibles in hand. The judge declaring a mistrial after a revelation from the jury foreman. ABC's Paula Faris on what happens next. Do you have anything to say, Brandon? Reporter: It was a stunning scene. Cory Batey and Brandon Vandenburg posting bond and leaving a Tennessee jail this afternoon and both carrying what appear to be bibles. They're free for now after that judge's rare decision to declare a mistrial. Throwing out their rape convictions all because one of the jurors failed to reveal he himself was a victim of sexual assault. If we don't have jurors being honest with us, so we can fairly assess their imparable y'allty, then the right to a fair and impartial jury means nothing. Reporter: But the prosecution says this does not affect the evidence that exists. Evidence including surveillance video showing the suspects carrying the seemingly unconscious alleged victim to Vandenburg's room, where police claim she was sexually assaulted. While they brace for a new trial, they'll be wearing gps tracking devices. Checking in weekly. And prohibited from believing the country. And the judge who declared the
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