Jurors from the Bill Cosby sexual assault trial have begun to step forward, with one explaining a rationale to acquit.
"My personal feeling is whatever the man did, he's already paid his price. Paid and suffered," the juror told the NBC affiliate WPXI in Pittsburgh. The juror was not identified by name or gender in a release the network sent out Thursday.
Cosby had been charged with three counts of aggravated indecent assault for a 2004 incident involving former Temple University staffer Andrea Constand. The jury told the judge Saturday morning that they were hopelessly deadlocked, leading him to declare a mistrial.
The names of the jurors were revealed...