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Twritter Shuts Down Juror B-37's Book Deal

Juror B-37 landed a book deal immediately after she and fellow jurors decided George Zimmerman was not guilty of killing Trayvon. Those who were outraged by this included Twitter user @MoreAndAgain, who tracked down the publishing company’s agent (Sharlene Martin) and created a petition against the book. Martin dropped the deal, giving Twitter a victory.  (Photo: AP Photo/Gary W. Green, Pool)

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