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Topic - Cynthia Ann Parker
"The Searchers: The Making of an American Legend" (Bloomsbury), by Glenn Frankel
Federal prosecutors aren't alone in wanting a retrial after the jury deadlocked on all but one count at former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich's corruption trial.
"I'm glad there is going to be (a retrial)," juror Cynthia Parker, 60, said outside her home in the Chicago suburb of Gurnee. "I don't feel it's finished."
Ms. Parker said she joined most other jurors in voting to convict Blagojevich of the alleged Senate seat scheme.