Convicted Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer kidnap plotters send private investigator to juror's workpl
DETROIT -- Two of the men convicted of plotting to kidnap Gov. Gretchen Whitmer hired a private investigator to go to a juror's workplace and investigate the juror's potential bias, according to a newly unsealed court filing.
The men -- Adam Fox and Barry Croft Jr., who were found guilty last month of planning to kidnap the governor over her COVID-19 policies -- hired the investigator to track down the juror's coworkers to determine if the juror was biased against them. The investigation was part of a broader effort by their defense attorneys to get a new trial.
The defense long maintained this was a case of entrapment and vowed a vigorous appeal, which right now appears to focus on a potentially problematic juror who surfaced on the second day of the trial. The juror was allowed to stay on the case after the judge interviewed the person and concluded there was no proof of bias.
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So, we can't have a juror who is biased against a couple of weirdos plotting to kidnap a sitting Governor?
Can we find jurors that think this is ok? And now it's ok to intimidate jurors personal lives for doing their duty?
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