NEW BRUNSWICK - Dharun Ravi was found guilty in the Rutgers webcam spying case today, and afterward, a few of the jurors spoke to the media about their feelings on the case.

The jury found Ravi guilty on all counts, including bias intimidation and invasion of privacy, against his former Rutgers roommate, Tyler Clementi. Ravi was convicted of streaming Clementi's sexual encounter with another man over the Internet because of an anti-gay bias.

One of the jurors, who wanted to be identified only as K.L., tells News 12 New Jersey that Ravi seemed like an intelligent person and a good friend. He says, however, that prosecutors made a good case against Ravi, and in the end, it was obvious that Clementi's privacy had been invaded with some level of bias.

Another juror, Bruno Ferreira, also spoke about the case. Ferreira says he's "very satified" with the verdict and that most of the other jurors are as well.

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