Libby Trial: Jurors Struck

After letting the first five candidates, including a few who expressed negative views about the Bush administration and one who thought nobody ever lied, the judge quickly struck back-to-back jurors (a young white man and a late middle-age black woman) who said they thought the Bush administration was routinely dishonest from the pool.

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