In this Oct. 28, 2015 file photo, Eddie Hood speaks during an interview at his home in Rome, Ga., Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015. The Supreme Court appears troubled by the actions of a Georgia prosecutor in disqualifying all the black prospective jurors from the death penalty trial of a black teenager who was accused of killing an elderly white woman. Eddie Hood was "B#1" in the prosecutors' notes. Now 75, Hood said he hasn't spent much time thinking about that case, although he said he told his wife he had an inkling race played a role in his dismissal.
In this Oct. 28, 2015 file photo, Eddie Hood speaks during an interview at his home in Rome, Ga., Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015. The Supreme Court appears troubled by the actions of a Georgia prosecutor in disqualifying all the black prospective jurors from the death penalty trial of a black teenager who was accused of killing an elderly white woman. Eddie Hood was "B#1" in the prosecutors' notes. Now 75, Hood said he hasn't spent much time thinking about that case, although he said he told his wife he had an inkling race played a role in his dismissal. John Bazemore AP
In this Oct. 28, 2015 file photo, Eddie Hood speaks during an interview at his home in Rome, Ga., Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015. The Supreme Court appears troubled by the actions of a Georgia prosecutor in disqualifying all the black prospective jurors from the death penalty trial of a black teenager who was accused of killing an elderly white woman. Eddie Hood was "B#1" in the prosecutors' notes. Now 75, Hood said he hasn't spent much time thinking about that case, although he said he told his wife he had an inkling race played a role in his dismissal. John Bazemore AP

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November 02, 2015 2:52 PM

Supreme Court weighs bias in jury selection for Ga. death row case

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