Refugee

Published: 2021-09-15 00:30:10
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a stock broker. He had black hair, a skinny body, and glasses. He claimed that he never sweats, even in hot situations. The man rarely talked, and mostly listened. But when he did talk, he often had a lot to say. Because of this, he was looked at as Juror #8's "hardest opponent". Even though he held his ground in the argument, he started to get weakened by Juror #8's logic. What helped largely to get him to change his vote, was when Juror #9 brought up the notion about the women who had glasses, which he was able to relate to. He was the second-last person to vote. I think he changed his vote because in the beginning, he was self-assured and seemed to think highly of himself, therefore making him think that he was right. After he started to hear facts, and logic that helped confirm those facts, he possibly started to realise that he may be wrong.His grumpiness may be caused by the angst or anger that the situation caused. He refused facts unless it was in favor of his vote. Because of this, it makes it seems like that he had a prejudice against the kid in discussion. He's the last one to change his vote, after everyone "ganged up" on him. He was upset of his own decision, as he sobs about it.
I think his real reason to voting guilty in the first place is that he wanted someone to die, regardless who it was. If that is the real reason, he voted not guilty in the end because he knew that it was wrong to send someone to death even if the evidence proved some of each side's points.
Juror #4

Juror #4 was a quiet, logical, and serious man. He looked like his was in his mid 40's. He worked as a stock broker. He had black hair, a skinny body, and glasses. He claimed that he never sweats, even in hot situations. The man rarely talked, and mostly listened. But when he did talk, he often had a lot to say. Because of this, he was looked at as Juror #8's "hardest opponent". Even though he held his ground in the argument, he started to get weakened by Juror #8's logic. What helped largely to get him to change his vote, was when Juror #9 brought up the notion about the women who had glasses, which he was able to relate to. He was the second-last person to vote. I think he changed his vote because in the beginning, he was self-assured and seemed to think highly of himself, therefore making him think that he was right. After he started to hear facts, and logic that helped confirm those facts, he possibly started to realise that he may be wrong.

His grumpiness may be caused by the angst or anger that the situation caused. He refused facts unless it was in favor of his vote. Because of this, it makes it seems like that he had a prejudice against the kid in discussion. He's the last one to change his vote, after everyone "ganged up" on him. He was upset of his own decision, as he sobs about it.
I think his real reason to voting guilty in the first place is that he wanted someone to die, regardless who it was. If that is the real reason, he voted not guilty in the end because he knew that it was wrong to send someone to death even if the evidence proved some of each side's points.

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