In divining bigotry, actions, or, in this case, words, speak louder than words.
Or something (emphasis added):
A federal judge Monday granted a new trial to the owners of three Mexican restaurants after it was discovered a juror discussed the case and made ethnic slurs against the defendants during the trial in March.
“The defendants are entitled to have twelve — not eleven, but twelve — jurors make [a] decision impartially based upon all the evidence and based upon deliberations among them,” U.S. District Judge D. Brock Hornby wrote in his 23-page decision. “I conclude that these defendants were denied that right, no matter how much this juror believes that he has no discriminatory feelings toward Mexicans.”