Woman at Center of Jury Misconduct Investigation Tries Weiner Defense
An update on the jury misconduct investigation in Ferguson, where the woman involved is now using the Weiner Defense:
The woman, who CNN is not identifying, said in an interview with reporters on the doorstep of her home that she hadn’t used her Twitter account in months and thought she had deleted it.
“I didn’t care for it because I just don’t get the whole Twitter thing,” she said, adding that someone had hacked her account and posted spam in the past.
She further said that she knew no one on the grand jury hearing Wilson’s case and told CNN she had left a voicemail for St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert McCulloch about the tweet. She hasn’t heard back from his office, she said.
“It had to have been hacked,” she said of her account. “I promise you I did not do any of this.”
Here are some Tweets from the account of the woman who said she didn’t “get the whole Twitter thing.” pic.twitter.com/Cc9yH6QRc9