A juror in the Bill Cosby sexual assault trial said some members of the jury were worried that “politics” had intervened in the case, due to the fact that 10 years passed before Cosby was officially charged. “No new evidence from 2005 to now has showed up, no stained clothing, no smoking gun, nothing,” the juror told the Associated Press. “I think they created this whole thing, a case that was settled in 2005, and we had to bring it up again in 2017 with no new evidence.” The case was re-opened, though, after the release of a deposition Cosby gave more than 10 years ago. A different juror spoke with ABC News on Wednesday, saying two members of the jury would not vote to convict Cosby on two separate counts, leading the judge in the case to declare a mistrial. Prosecutors have said they will re-try the Cosby case.