Yep, and what that juror in that video was saying is that the prosecution did not remove reasonable doubt from the jury that Casey committed those first three crimes on that list.
G5 and this guy from hotair can trumpet it all they want, the juror here is not saying that they acquitted her based on the possible sentencing... she's saying that they found her not guilty because the prosecution did not remove their reasonable doubts.
The question is were those doubts "reasonable"? Seems to me the jurors forced the prosecution to prove their case beyond any possible doubt, as opposed to a reasonable doubt. There is always doubt present, but it is not always reasonable.