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A Juror in The Murdaugh Trial Says Cellphone Video Sealed The Guilty Verdict

It’s official – Alex Murdaugh has been found guilty in the 2021 killings of his wife and son.

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While many believed he would be set free simply because of his status in the community and the fact he was an attorney, many knew he was guilty.


As of today, Alex Murdaugh has received two life sentences without the option for parole for the murders of his wife and son.


But now we are getting a look inside exactly how jurors came to that decision is just a short 3 hour deliberation.


A juror from the Murdaugh trial has come forward saying that the cellphone video sealed the guilty verdict and ultimately, Alex Murdaugh’s fate.


You may remember that initially, Alex claimed he wasn’t on the property until after the murders occurred but a video found on his son’s phone proved that was a lie.

“I was certain it was [Murdaugh’s] voice,”

Craig Moyer, a carpenter and juror in the Murdaugh trial

“Everybody else could hear [Murdaugh’s voice] too,” Moyer said, referring to the other jurors.

Craig Moyer, a carpenter and juror in the Murdaugh trial

Aside from that, jurors said they watched and noticed Alex Murdaugh’s body language as evidence was presented and that he didn’t appear remorseful or compassion.


Honestly, I am glad they convicted him. After watching the Netflix series, I have no doubt this guy thought he could get away with murder.