Murdaugh Jurors State 1 Piece of Evidence ‘Sealed the Deal,’ Convinced Them Alex Was Guilty

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Three jurors who convicted Alex Murdaugh of murdering his wife and son are revealing why they decided the disgraced attorney was guilty.

James McDowell, Gwen Generette and Amie Williams spoke about their experience as jurors in a Monday interview on NBC’s “Today” show.

McDowell said that a video from the scene of the murders of Paul and Maggie Murdaugh — the two victims — ultimately proved the consequential evidence sealing a verdict.

“I think a lot of people have said the kennel video is something that he had lied about,” he said.

“It’s something that’s interesting because if he didn’t do it, how did he know what time to lie about not being there?”

Alex Murdaugh’s voice can be heard in the Snapchat video recorded by his son, Paul — just minutes before the two victims were fatally shot.

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