Verdict in: Peterson jury united on clothes
JOLIET – One expects coordinated outfits from cheerleaders, fast-food workers, military units – clowns even. It fosters unity of purpose, team spirit. But color-coordinated jurors? And at a murder trial, no less?
For a month, the jurors at the sensational murder trial of former suburban Chicago police officer Drew Peterson have been filing into court wearing matching clothes – all yellow one day; other days black, blue or green. They’ve even walked in wearing alternating red, white and blue.
And the coordinated attire hasn’t been just about color. Once, it was business suits. Then there was the day they all wore jerseys from sports teams – mostly Chicago Bears and White Sox, though one was a Green Bay Packers shirt, and none for the Cubs.
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