NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — More drama has erupted in the quest for justice for Etan Patz, one month after the case against a man accused in his death ended in a mistrial.
As CBS2’s Jessica Schneider reported, defendant Pedro Hernandez was back in court Wednesday – and so were the jurors. Several of the jurors arrived to show their support for the Patz family, and to face off with the lone juror who did not agree that Hernandez was guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.
One by one, six of the original jurors walked into the courtroom where they spent four months. Their emotions remained raw a month after their efforts ended in a mistrial.