A publicist for the unidentified juror is sending a letter to media outlets, claiming,
"Our client -- a married, college-educated, 33-year-old white male with two young children -- is willing to consider granting one or more media interviews so long as the opportunities are paid."
We're told the juror has already received multiple offers from big news operations, including at least one major network. Sources tell us ... the high offers are in the "mid 5-figures."
Paid interviews are a hazy moral territory for obvious reasons -- and the publicist, Rick French, admits, paying for sit-downs is
"always a sticky subject and believe me, I understand the delicacy of this type of negotiation."
But the juror's lawyer insists ... sticky or not, his client ain't budging --
"He will not entertain any offers that don't include compensation for a myriad of reasons."
On the other hand, an alternate juror, Russell Huekle, has been quick to speak up.
the alternate juror, said of the prosecution.
"They didn't show us how Caylee died, and that was important,"
"No one could answer that."
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