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Man convicted of murder gave jurors’ names to brother in jailhouse phone call

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — A Florida judge delivered what he called a “bombshell” after a jury convicted a man of murder. He said the defendant had called his brother from jail and given him the names of the six jurors and two prosecutors. The Sun Sentinel reports defendant Tavaress Alexander Wilson told his brother...
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