The Canadian Press

1995-09-15 | Bernardo-Juror-Holmolka

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Two weeks after Paul Bernardo was convicted of murder, eight of the jurors in the case returned to court to hear Bernardo sentenced. By law, jurors cannot reveal details of the jury's deliberations. But 60-year-old Eric Broadhurst said it was important to talk. Broadhurst said he knew from the start how he would vote. He also did not buy Homolka's story about being a battered wife, and criticized the deal the crown made with Homolka.

Date: 1995-09-15
Placeline: Toronto, ON, Canada
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 19 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << from a very personal point of view my own opinion I would have has the evidence proceeded it became evident to me no pun intended that we should have had two people in the stands not only one and I guess now I view that as a disappointment >>

Clip ID: 19950915CPCN001