I don't want to talk about regional differences in the law (stand your ground) or innocence in criminal vs. guilt in civil verdicts of wrongful death.
I want to talk about sleep after the acquittals.
I have always wondered how O.J. Simpson's children felt as they matured after he was made a free man, sensing they might be sleeping under the same roof as a man who had slashed the neck of their mother until she was dead.
I now wonder how the citizens of stand-your-ground-ville feel, knowing that they are living in a community where this very night a man acquitted of murder and manslaughter who admitted pulling the trigger of a gun which killed someone, is free in their community to walk around carrying a weapon as a neighborhood watch-person?
This very night in America.
That's all I want to know.
Do juries murder sleep?