This is a separate topic unrelated to the verdict of the Zimmerman trial so it's not in the thread about that. I haven't seen it reported yet whether the six female Jurors in the Zimmerman case want to go public and give interviews or not. For now, their identities are being kept confidential under an Order that the trial Judge imposed to protect them from being harassed during the trial. But that was more to protect the process than to protect the Jurors themselves, per se. Now that the trial is over, the Judge will rule on how long that Order should be extended, if it all. Defense counsel has asked for at least another six months. Not sure if the State has taken a position, and again, don't know where the Jurors themselves stand. Members of the media, led by the Orlando Sentinel, are seeking immediate termination of the Order and have asked to be represented by counsel at the hearing on the Order. In other words, it appears that even if the Jurors don't want their names to come out yet, the media wants to know who they are. I can only imagine that if their names are released against their will, reporters will track them down in their private lives and approach them with a hostile, confrontational, "we demand answers" tone. These ladies don't owe anybody any explanations, as far as I'm concerned. We all heard and saw the same evidence they did, or had the opportunity to do so at least. Most rational people understand why they ruled the way they did. There's really no need to ask them any questions. I feel that there are elements in the media who want to "punish" these ladies for rendering a verdict that's unpopular on the Left, and others that just want to exploit them for ratings. They have done their civic duty and should be left alone. The names of any Zimmerman Jurors who do not want to come forward should not be released against their will. That's my opinion, I welcome yours.