Even with testimony about duct tape and gas cans, Internet searches about chloroform and photos of a partying Casey Anthony, the jury charged with deciding her fate acquitted her of murdering her daughter, Caylee. The question on the minds of many observers: How could they?
Juror Jennifer Ford tells CNN's Gary Tuchman that since the verdict was read, she's received hate mail and threats and has been smothered by media who won't leave her alone. Still, Ford stands by her decision. Why? Ford says that while she may not think Anthony is completely innocent, there wasn't enough hard evidence to make the charges stick.
In today's Gotta Watch, Ford talks about the jury's verdict and the fact that they weren't swayed by defense arguments about molestation or drowning. [cnn-video url="http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/crime/2011/07/13/bts.tuchman.ford.juror.cnn"%5D