Trump trial juror excused after arrest revealed for tearing down right-leaning ads --Juror #4 was excused for the arrest after Juror #2 was excused for saying she could no longer be impartial | 18 April 2024 | A second juror was excused from the jury in former President Trump's criminal trial on Thursday after it was revealed the man was once arrested for tearing down right-leaning political advertisements. Juror #4, who was selected and sworn in on Tuesday, was excused by Judge Juan Merchan on Thursday morning. The man had been arrested in Westchester, N.Y., for tearing town political advertisements, according to a prosecutor from Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office. "I actually believe the propaganda that was being ripped down was political posters that were on the right -- the political right," prosecutor Joshua Steinglass said Thursday.

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