Juror B37 On Zimmerman Trial 'Sure' Voice On 911 Tape Was George, Not Trayvon Martin

Juror B37 from the George Zimmerman trial spoke to CNN's Anderson Cooper Monday evening on "AC360" about finding Zimmerman not guilty Saturday night on charges of second-degree murder in the killing of Trayvon Martin.

Screams for help on a 911 call became central to the trial, and Juror B37 told Cooper that she was "sure" it was Zimmerman's voice on the recording. "All but probably one" of the jurors believed the screams were Zimmerman, according to the juror, "because of the evidence that he was the one that had gotten beaten."

Demonstrators across the U.S. protested the verdict. Further controversy was stoked after the trial, with the disclosure that Zimmerman would get back the gun he used to kill Martin.

Cooper asked the juror if Zimmerman was the kind of person she'd like on a neighborhood watch in her community. She hesitantly responded, "If he didn't go too far. ... He just didn't stop at the limitations he should have stopped at." Cooper continued to push for a yes or no answer until the juror finally concluded that because "he's learned a good lesson," she "would feel comfortable having George" on her neighborhood watch.

Juror B37 recently signed a book deal with Martin Literary Management president Sharlene Martin.

UPDATE July 16 -- Martin tweeted Monday night that the book deal would not be happening: