Terminator Robert Patrick Has Jury Duty on LA Gang Murder Trial

By Joseph Randazzo (Joseph.Randazzo@mstarsnews.com) | Jun 21, 2015 06:18 PM EDT
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Robert Patrick is taking on a different kind of role these days. He won't be facing Arnold Schwarzenegger as the T-1000 in a new Terminator film. As a matter of fact, his current project has nothing to do with Hollywood or movies. He will be serving some real-life justice as a member of the jury on a gang murder trial. Patrick joins other jurors in a trial where Deon Montea Archie is accused of shooting and killing Markai Brown in 2013.

While many consider jury duty to be a chore, Patrick is actually proud to be serving. He was also nostalgic about the cases that have gone before in the halls of Los Angeles City Hall.

The trial is over an incident from May 23, 2013 where Markai Brown, 38, was shot and killed on South Main Street in Florence, California. Brown was said to be standing in front of Callero's Video store with two other men when a light-colored Sedan shot at him. Brown was pronounced dead by paramedics later that night. The man and woman he was with at the time survived the incident.

How do you think the T-1000 will be as a juror? Will he be fair in his civic duty?

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