If the interviews with the jurors that appeared in the NY Post are an accurate snapshot of the Vetrano Case jury, these good and true citizens of Queens were already in agreement that Defendant Chanel Lewis was NOT GUILTY of one of the major charges --- and a clear majority of that jury had even voted to acquit Chanel Lewis of the charge of murder
Taken as a whole, this article makes it clear that this Queens jury had rejected much of the prosecution's theory of the case, as well as much of the tendered evidence, including testimony by a superstar, hero cop, and even what some consider to have been compelling DNA evidence presented by the NYC ME's top DNA expert
Oddly, the New York Post article not only buried any lead that this jury was leaning toward an acquittal, it hardly gave any credence or quantum of credit to that possibility whatsoever.... Boy, that really does look like some real editorial overreach by a paper obviously lookin' for a hangin' (See "Jurors on Karina Vetrano case wanted more time to deliberate" by Priscilla DeGregory, Georgett Roberts & Lia Eustachewich, 11/21/18, NY Post/ Metro [nypost.com/2018/11/21/jurors-on-karina-vetrano-case-wanted-more-time-to-deliberate/]).
Something else comes through in this particular NY Post article, and it's as clear as corillion bells on Easter morning. --- The trial judge, Justice Michael Aloise, disliked something about this case so intensely that he singled himself out to take the heat, and he put a fork in it, post haste.....