FOX 10 spoke to one of those jurors and she believes that juror #17 should not have been on the jury.
"She came in there with an agenda," said the juror.
FOX 10 asked her what she thought that agenda was?
"To get back at Juan Martinez," she said.
That is the reaction from one juror after learning that Juan Martinez, was the prosecutor who sent juror # 17's ex-husband to jail.
"She had a connection, and she did not disclose it, and I hope they prosecute her for it," she said.
It's still not known if juror # 17, the lone holdout, disclosed the information about her ex-husband or not, but the other jurors believe she had her mind made up from the beginning.
"Tuesday morning she walked in and told the foreman to text the bailiff because she was declaring that we were a hung jury," she said.
The jurors say they continued to work on juror # 17; asking her for reasons why she would not vote for the death penalty.
"She kept saying that this is the way I perceive it, this is the way I feel, I believe that she would not give us any evidence," she said.
The revelation that juror # 17 has a past connection to the prosecutor is casting even more doubt on the vote that keeps Travis Alexander's killer alive.
"If she did this because Juan Martinez prosecuted her husband it is absolutely despicable... she has put us through hell, she has refused to give justice to his family, it's despicable," she said.
Juror # 17 has not made any public comment about her decision. Of course, if she chooses to, FOX 10 would provide her the same time to provide her side of this issue.