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I would give the team some credit, given the time constraints (they had a lot of other jurors to check, too), and the degree of apparent deception or confusion on Hogan's own part.

Consider timelines, too. Even with all of the oddities in the jury results, the degree of Hogan's specific involvement in swaying the jury only came light after his own public interviews.

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