Crucial evidence = memos from Samsung/Google meeting where Samsung decided they didn't care that their products were similar to Apple's (personally I find it hard to believe that this shows an intent to infringe rather than just a wilful negligence...)
Prior art was irrelevant since you can't load Android onto Samsung's old smartphones
Samsung's claims against Apple not upholdable since they used different processors
He thinks the verdict would be different if he wasn't on the jury
Admits they "set the bar rather high", could encourage further litigation, claimed their verdict was "following the rules"
Thinks there are no wider implications, no harm to conusmers
Apple gained no "home advantage"
So yeah... does very little to reinforce my faith in either the US legal system or modern IP law/patent systems.
We all know who to thank in a decade time when we have an innovationless monoculture of a technology industry.