“I am completely without objectivity.”
Of the nine potential jurors interviewed, six were asked to return Wednesday and three were dismissed.
Of the those three, one woman was let go after being asked about her views of the Bush administration. She answered, “I am completely without objectivity. Nothing they can say or do would make me think anything positive about them.”</i>
She’s more honest than the man on trial, certainly. The Libby trial begins. Finally, in some form, the Bush administration is in court.