Hello again, and thanks for getting back to me.
I searched several newspaper databases for information about the
trial. Given the sensational nature of events, there was certainly no
shortage of information....not much on the jury itself, however.
A number of articles noted that the jury make-up was eight women and
four men, but very little additional information about the jury was
A few names were mentioned, however. These were:
Carolyn Edwards of Williamsport
Dennis D. Weldrow of Montgomery
Deborah Wasson (no town mentioned)
Here are excertps from the actual articles:
The Daily Intelligencer
November 9, 1986
Courtroom Injury Halts Jury Selection
"...One juror selected Friday, Carolyn Edwards of Williamsport, had
been rejected Thursday by West..."
[NOTE: the defense had objected to a pattern of rejecting
"intelligent" jurors, and Edwards, who has a Masters in Psychology,
was reinstated by mutual consent]
...Selected as the eleventh juror was Dennis D. Weldow of Montgomery,
The Gettysburg Times
December 19, 1986
Asher, Dwyer guilty in probe
"...Two jurors, Carolyn Edwards and Deborah Wasson, said they believed
Smith, who did legal work for CTA..."
I trust this information fully answers your question (within the
limits of the available information, anyway).
However, please do not rate this answer until you have everything you
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for Clarification to let me know.
All the best,