Bob Egelko - SFGate
Gardner, Peterson's lawyer, said in his court filing that the 13 prospective jurors were asked in their questionnaire for their views on the death penalty and all said they opposed it.
He said they were then asked whether they had any moral or religious views that would make it impossible for them to vote for a death sentence, "regardless of the facts," and all 13 replied that they had no such views.
Clearly Delucchi couldn't even understand what the jurors said or what it meant - or he couldn't remember it for the brief time it took. He evidenced similar mental incompetence all through the trial.