After being cleared of charges, Derrick Rose and the jurors showed just how clueless they really are Scott Halleran/Getty Images
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Derrick Rose was just cleared yesterday of any liability in the civil rape case against him. It was alleged that he and two friends gang raped a young woman at her apartment in Los Angeles in 2013. The civil suit was filed two years after the alleged incident and it has just come to a close.

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However, while the Knicks and Derrick Rose are likely celebrating the verdict, the public relations team was clearly nowhere to be found as jurors were taking pictures with Rose after the trial finished.

That’s just a bad look all around. If the juror are taking pictures with the defendant after a case like this you have to believe that they might have been bias when it came to their decision. Rose isn’t going to say no to pictures with fans, but someone should have stepped in and stopped this. Maybe someone like his attorney, who’s also in on the action.

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