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Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 Chapter Summary & Analysis - Here's A Nobody, Your Heads in Shame Summary

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Here's A Nobody, Your Heads in Shame Summary

An anonymous juror from the Simi Valley trial describes the state of the courtroom after the verdict was handed down. There were plainclothes police everywhere because it was known that some people would be unhappy with the verdict. The juror says that if he had known what would happen afterwards, he would have sent a note to the judge to say that he could not be on the jury because of what it put him and his family through.

As they left the courthouse, a police officer told the jurors not to worry if people threw rocks and bottles because the windows of the bus they were traveling in were bulletproof. The juror then saw a huge mob. There were already reporters trying to get interviews with jurors. The police were trying to get them...

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