“We all had our strong feelings,” one juror said. Another indicated there was no disagreement from the start of deliberations. As for whether Routh was “faking” his insanity, one female juror told George Stephanopoulos that “evidence shows there was a definite pattern there when it came to his earlier convictions before the trial… [which was that] he would get intoxicated, get in trouble, and the police would show up, and he’d say, ‘I’m a veteran, I have PTSD.’” “Bottom line: You were convinced that he knew the difference between right and wrong when he pull those triggers?” Stephanopoulos asked. “Without a doubt,” a few said aloud. “He knew the consequences.”Stephanopoulos went on to ask the inevitable question: Did you see 'American Sniper?' Did it affect your decision? I'm glad he did, because it gave the jurors an opportunity to offer their perspective on a conversation that has been swirling around their heads since they entered the jury box.