(ORLANDO, Fla.) -- The Casey Anthony jury was so suspicious of the accused's father, George Anthony, that jurors believed he could be covering up a crime or even potentially could be a killer himself, the jury foreman said in a televised interview.
"There was a suspicion of him," the juror said. "That was a part of our conversation that we had."
The jury foreman, juror number 11, voiced his feelings about George Anthony during an interview on Fox News' On the Record with Greta van Susteren, in which he was photographed from behind and would not reveal his name. Part one of the interview aired Monday, with the suggestion that more would air in coming days.
As with other jurors who have been interviewed, the foreman said the panel was unconvinced by the evidence that Casey Anthony, 25, murdered her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee -- and was not even certain that a murder was committed.
"We don't know the cause of death," the juror said. "Everything was speculation."
Casey Anthony was found not guilty of murder, but guilty of lying to police four times. She is scheduled to be released from jail Sunday, July 17.
The foreman told van Susteren that jurors found key prosecution evidence involving duct tape and chloroform to be ambiguous, that they thought it plausible that Caylee could have drowned accidentally, as the defense suggested, and didn't think it was proven that Caylee's decomposing body was in the trunk of the Anthony family car or, if it was, who put it there.
Though jurors were suspicious of George Anthony, they did not put much stock in defense claims that he may have been a molester, the juror said.
"There was no evidence to back that, so I really couldn't take that into consideration," the juror said. "That was not a discussion of ours when we got into the deliberations, as far as the sexual abuse."
"What was," he added, "was George Anthony's actions and his demeanor and the way that he presented some things up there on the stand."
"I really thought that George had very selective memory in the whole regard," he said. "I thought that George, at times, could remember some things as vividly as if things happened the day before."
At other times, he said, George Anthony's memory seemed to grow fuzzy.
"It raised questions," he said. "It really did."
Asked if jurors thought it was possible George Anthony helped cover up a death, was involved in an accidental death or was "a murderer," the juror said, "All three. We don't know. ...The suspicions were raised" in the jury room.
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