12 angry men

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By proving this right or wrong this man Juror #4 put on a demonstration, but first he made sure his notes were correct with the other 11 jurors. After it was established that his facts were indeed accurate he quickly design the room as it was design on the floor plan of the apartment and timed himself to see if it indeed took the neighbor 15 seconds to navigate from point A: his chair, to point B: his apartment door...
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After it was established that his facts were indeed accurate he quickly design the room as it was design on the floor plan of the apartment and timed himself to see if it indeed took the neighbor 15 seconds to navigate from point A: his chair, to point B: his apartment door...
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