When the peremptory challenges were all exhausted, a jury of twelve men were impaneled-a jury who swore that they had neither heard, read, talked about, nor expressed an opinion concerning a murder which the very cattle in the corrals, the Indians in the sage-brush, and the stones in the street were cognizant of ! - Mark Twain

"When the peremptory challenges were all exhausted, a jury of twelve men were impaneled-a jury who swore that they had neither heard, read, talked about, nor expressed an opinion concerning a murder which the very cattle in the corrals, the Indians in the sage-brush, and the stones in the street were cognizant of !"

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