Jury selection at Weinstein’s rape trial trudges forward

TOM HAYS Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — A sixth day of jury selection at Harvey Weinstein's New York City rape trial ended Tuesday after another batch of prospective jurors told a judge that they had already made up their minds about the movie mogul. More than 30 people of 110 screened in a Manhattan courtroom said they couldn't be fair if asked to sit on a trial expected to last at least six weeks and feature testimony from six women who say there were victimized by Weinstein. It wasn't disclosed how many of those claiming bias were dismissed. On Monday, supermodel Gigi Hadid caused a stir by emerging as a potential juror, telling the judge she had met Weinstein but could be impartial. The scene was more mundane Tuesday, when one man said he didn't know the defendant but couldn't
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