The woman who served as a juror in Casey Anthony case got so terrified by her co-workers' reaction that she quit her job and fled her home, her husband said.
The woman, whose identity could only be marked as Juror Number 12, worked in a grocery store in an Orlando supermarket. She was so terrified that she phoned job to quit and left to Michigan, her husband told NBC News.
The 60-year-old's co-workers want her head on a platter, her husband said.
Her husband said that he himself has packed his bags, and is set to leave if his wife's name is made public. The court records of all jurors' names are kept sealed as of now.
She is living in fear that her fellow employees will be outraged with the juror's not guilty verdict.
Her husband said he has packed his own bags and is prepared to flee if his wife's name is made public. The court record of all remained sealed for now.
Her husband said that before leaving she told him: I'd rather go to jail than sit on a jury like this again, said an irishcentral report.
Casey Anthony was acquitted of the murder of her two-year-old daughter Casey. They found her guilty only of lying to police.