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However, this also creates secondary tension and new power struggles. Juror #8's point was that he had no substantial evidence to prove that he knew the boy was not guilty, but he had enough doubt to make the claim. Since the rest of the jurors had their minds focused in "guilty-mode", the secondary tension arrives to disrupt their substantive agreement...
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Others, however, are more open-minded and are curious to hear what he has to say. For example, the old man sitting next to Juror#8 seemed to be the most intrigued by Juror #8, simply because he had the courage to be different. It is obvious to the viewer that Juror#8 is the leader, but as the rest of the jurors come into their own; you begin to question their effectiveness...
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