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Fraud trial juror reports getting bag of $120,000 and promise of more if she’ll acquit

  • A juror was dismissed for reporting an attempt to bribe her with $120,000 in cash to acquit seven people charged with stealing $40 million meant for feeding children during the pandemic.
  • The juror, aged 23, turned over the cash to the police after a woman left it with her father-in-law, offering more money if she voted to acquit.
  • U.S. District Judge Nancy Brasel questioned the remaining jurors and alternates, finding no unauthorized contact before allowing the trial to proceed with closing arguments.
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