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(The Root) -- Folks in the social media world really aren't fans of juror B37 in the Zimmerman trial. The juror sat down for an interview with Anderson Cooper on CNN last night, speaking under condition of anonymity. She described the deliberation process and gave her feelings on George Zimmerman, calling him a man with a "good heart" who "just went too far."

Twitter wasn't excited to hear any of this. It was especially outraged to hear that juror B37 had signed a book deal to write about her experience during the trial. That someone was already planning to profit from the killing of Trayvon Martin appalled people so much that they decided to do something about it. User @MoreAndAgain led the charge that eventually got juror B37's book deal dropped.

The discussion of juror B37 continues, and it isn't exactly full of bunnies, puppies and unicorns.

— Nikia Phoenix (@NikiaPhoenix) July 16, 2013
— Kesh La Rue (@Takesha1) July 16, 2013
— kittymadgrrrr (@kittymadgrrrr) July 16, 2013
— alpha1906@gmail.com (@alpha1906) July 16, 2013
— Lyve Mindz (@LyveMindzinc) July 16, 2013
— Trudy (@thetrudz) July 16, 2013

Tracy Clayton is a writer, humorist and blogger from Louisville, Ky.