I have in my own head an idea that maybe Trayvon Martin was next to the house because it was raining heavy that night and then for whatever reason Trayvon felt threatened or didn't want to run away and he attacked George and this is what the result is. Do you have any thoughts on my theory or your own theory?
JUROR E54: Well, you know, both parties had the right to be where they were. Trayvon was innocent, you know, up until the point where he physically attacked or punched, you know, or beat George Zimmerman. And, you know, so he might have just been staying out of the rain. He was just talking to Rachel Jeantel and you know, just -- it just -- for some reason he came back to meet up with George and things happened the way they happened but they both had an opportunity to make decisions, other decisions and they didn't do.
HANNITY: All right. Thanks for being with us. I appreciate it. And I hope they don't release the names of jurors. I think it's unfair, especially in a high profile case but thank you for being with us.
JUROR E54: Thank you.
HANNITY: And thank you for serving.
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