In Schiller's documentary shown the night Patsy was buried, one juror was interviewed and said she felt that way, with Schiller also stating that about the grand jury in general--as in "they didn't believe a parent could do this." The thing is, we never heard either of them say that was the decision of the grand jury. We never heard either of them say the grand jury even voted. We never heard either of them say the grand jury wrote an opinion. So we have an EDITED excerpt from an interview, a sound bite, and we don't truly know if that meant this juror would have voted no bill, if any of the others would have voted no bill, or if any vote was even taken. You see, the prosecutor has to instruct the jury to vote. We have never had anyone but the RST say they did. EVER. But in his book where he discusses the case, Dr. Lee said that HE advised Hunter NOT to bring an indictment after the grand jury finished. The way I read THAT is that Hunter HAD THE GRAND JURY VOTE TO DO SO. Unless Hunter could go AGAINST a grand jury vote that was no bill. In some states, no grand jury is even needed to indict for a crime. I honestly can't remember what the law is in Colorado. So...we're back to NOT KNOWING what the grand jury was asked to do, what they did, nor what they thought personally. That's my opinion from all I've read and heard on this case, anyway.