Ted Wayman, a former anchor at CBS-owned WBZ in Boston, has been in plenty of courtrooms and covered all kinds of major stories. Tuesday he found himself among the pool of potential jurors for the trial of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. “All of a sudden they bring the defendant in all 200 eye balls are staring at him. All of a sudden we realized this was the case,” Wayman told his old station.
Wayman described the defendant as uninterested during the jury selection process. “He couldn’t care less.” Could Wayman have been an impartial juror in the case? “Had I been picked I would have tried my best.”