(Minneapolis, MN)  --  An alternate juror in former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin's trial is speaking out.  Lisa Christensen did not have the final say in the verdict but told CBS This Morning what she thought.  And what she thought was exactly what the 12-member panel ultimately decided: Guilty on all counts.  Christensen said listening to the state's witnesses and watching the video of Chauvin kneeling on George Floyd's neck for more than nine minutes got to her and convinced her that Chauvin needed to be held accountable.  She said she "locked eyes" with him quite a few time during the trial and it made her "pretty uncomfortable."  In finding Chauvin guilty of second- and third-degree murder as well as second-degree manslaughter, the jury on Tuesday made him the first white officer in Minnesota's history to be convicted of killing a Black man.  He's due to be sentenced in about eight weeks and it's widely expected that the verdict will be appealed.