"or they were against her because of her religion. "That's just silly.
Cochran and Dawn were in a two person alliance from day 1. They both did
everything as partners to get to the end. Dawn played a social card, Cochran
the surprising physical card. But since Cochran didn't really have a
relationship with anyone on the Jury, they were more willing to vote for him,
than for Dawn who did have a relationship and voted them out anyway. In my
opinion the reason Dawn didn't get the votes she deserved is because the
jury members were either overyly hurt by the thought that someone they had
trusted had voted them out, or they were against her because of her religion. I
think some people don't think that a good Christian can play a ruthless
game and remain a good Christian.
Two comments:First, for a BYU English professor, you'd think
she'd know more eloquent words (than swear words) to express her
emotions.Second, when she said "“A lot of emotion had to
do with how hard it was for me to be duplicitous,” I couldn't help
but think how unfortunate it is that the world has been exposed to two famous
duplicitous Mormons within the past year.