On October 28, seven of the 12 jurors in the trial of Derek Chauvin who delivered the guilty verdict on all three counts were interviewed by CNN’s Don Lemon. 
Theses jurors all provided intelligent comments and conveyed a great sense of the jury’s seriousness, cooperation and appreciation for one another.
Most importantly, they said a very important piece of evidence was the Minneapolis Police Department motto, “In our custody, in our care.” Clearly, they said, George Floyd was in the custody of the four policemen, but they did nothing to provide care to him when his pain and loss of breathe were obvious. That observation made the guilty verdict obvious, they said.
Now on November 1, most of the trial evidence will be made public at the Hennepin County Government Center.
 Sanchez, Exclusive: Derek Chauvin jurors speak out for the first time, recalling ‘traumatic experience’ and that light-bulb moment, CNN (Oct. 28, 2021).
 Judge Orders Release of Jurors Names in Derek Chauvin Trial, dwkcommentareis.com (Oct. 28, 2021).