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Anthony juror: "I did not say she was innocent"

ORLANDO, FL (AP) - A member of the Florida jury that acquitted Casey Anthony of killing her 2-year-old daughter says she didn't say Anthony is innocent -- only that the state didn't present enough evidence to convict her.

Juror Jennifer Ford tells ABC News in an interview, "I did not say she was innocent," according to an article posted on the network's Web site Wednesday. She adds, "I just said there was not enough evidence."

Ford says she and other jurors cried and were "sick to our stomach" after voting Tuesday to acquit the 25-year-old Anthony of murder. Ford says that's why jurors didn't want to face the media right away. The verdict sent shock waves around the country.

Anthony will be sentenced Thursday on four misdemeanor counts of lying to investigators while they were looking into her daughter's disappearance.

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