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What has it been like for the Zimmerman jurors?

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Throughout the George Zimmerman trial, jurors have been sequestered without TV or Internet and with only limited access to their families. What is that experience like? MSNBC'S Lawrence O'Donnell speaks to a woman who was sequestered with a jury in a 2012 capital murder trial in Memphis, Tenn.