Jury Foreman In Orie Trial Speaks Out

PITTSBURGH (NewsRadio 1020 KDKA) — Jury Foreman for the Jane Orie trial, Charles King, joined Robert Mangino on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA.

King tells his unique story of how he was originally an alternate but then worked his way up to jury foreman.

King goes into detail on his once in a lifetime experience on a high profile case.

King expresses his disappointment that they weren’t able to reach a decision after putting in all of their time.

Listen in to Charles King and Robert Mangino.


One Comment

  1. Joan says:

    Nothing of interest until almost 5 minutes into interview, just establishing validity of interviewee – just saying cause its 23 min long…
    I agree – the DEFENSE wanted a mistrial, because……THEY ARE NOT INNOCENT! Manipulating a public misdirection to an obscure ‘doesnt look right signature’ when a bunch of more direct evidence was very prominent to most. And the Ories and their tuxedoed attorney wasting our tax money and tying up our courts.
    You get who you VOTE for – they are a reflection of their constituents.
    PAY ATTENTION PEOPLE – do you KNOW who you are voting for and what motivates them? I think the Ories should pay for both their abuse of the voting system, their governmental roles AND the abuse of the justice system.

    1. leroy says:

      re. joan; you are spot on with all your comments!



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