In case anyone hasn’t read/heard it, this was the jury foreperson in the Roger Stone trial:
Tomeka Hart, democrat activist lawyer. BEFORE she became jury foreperson:
-ran for Congress as a democrat
-was president of the Memphis City school board.
https://thehill.com/opinion/criminal-ju ... ice-undone
She referred to the President with a hashtag of “klanpresident” and spoke out against “Trump and the white supremacist racists.” She posted about how she and others protested outside a Trump hotel and shouted, “Shame, shame, shame!” When profanities were projected on the Trump hotel, she exclaimed on Jan. 13, 2018, “Gotta love it.” On March 24, 2019, she shared a Facebook post — no longer public — while calling attention to “the numerous indictments, guilty pleas, and convictions of people in 45’s inner-circle.”
More worrisome are her direct references to Stone, including a retweeted post, in January 2019, from Bakari Sellers, again raising racist associations and stating that “Roger Stone has y’all talking about reviewing use of force guidelines.” She also described Trump supporters such as Stone as racists and Putin cronies.
If you have an extremely biased jury foreperson against the defendant, how can you have a fair trial?