Skip to comments.Mark Levin livid over evidence not submitted with Zimmerman affidavit...
Posted on 04/23/2012 8:44:24 AM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Mark Levin says that his jaw dropped when finding out that Florida state prosecutor Angela Corey left out vital evidence in her affidavit that favors Zimmermans side of the story, the photos of his bleeding head wounds. Corey clearly had access to all of the evidence as she pushed for a 2nd degree murder charge and still left it out. Looking at everything public to date, including Florida law, Levin says this doesnt even come close to a 2nd degree murder case and that Angela Corey is a disgrace for pushing for it in her affidavit while leaving out vital evidence.
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But it is pretty hard to reflect the mental state of liberals without reflecting the mental state of liberals. I don't know how. Liberals have a view of Obama that is very much in line with that of a monarch. I don't but they do.
I’m not sure, but from the photographs I’ve seen it appears that Angela Corey is black. Is that true?
According to Wiki, Corey is of Arabic (Syrian) descent.
O'Mara was on Geraldo together with Crump--he said Crump has been shown all of the evidence but he hasn't.
Corey can get away with this for now because most Americans don't know enough about legal procedures to know whether the prosecutor can leave out evidence that favors the defendant.
Why would you do that?
The burden is on the prosecution to prove that Zimmerman is guilty of Second Degree Murder.
What could Zimmerman possibly say that would weaken the prosecution's virtually non-existent case?
Perhaps. But I think Zimmerman might be well-served to insist on an expedited trial. (Though he should pursue having the case dismissed if possible.)
Despite all the evidence against O.J., his attorneys were able to demonstrate incredible incompetence on the part of the prosecution.
The same might benefit Zimmerman. The longer he waits, the more time the prosecution has to refine their arguments, eliminate mention of inconsistencies, and permit the continuing prosecution by the media which is falsifying evidence against Zimmerman.
Or you can live 40+ miles from the city center. Gotta feel sorry for city-dwellers; after all, they not all self-hating, guilt-ridden liberals, not by a long shot.
I’d be amused to see those people try to bring riots to Forsyth county. The only place in Georgia that I can think of that would be more dangerous for rioters than Forsyth, would be Kennesaw in Cobb county...
Too bad there isn’t a militia to deal with this problem.
I think 12 jurors is standard throughout the US - hence “Rather be judged by 12 than carried by 6.”
You can't expect Florida to do things the way everyone else does, can you? It does seem to me that 6 is less good for the defendant than 12.
He was right and I am wrong:
The size of the jury is to provide a “cross-section” of the public. In Williams v. Florida, 399 U.S. 78 (1970), the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that a Florida state jury of six was sufficient, and that “the 12-man panel is not a necessary ingredient of “trial by jury,” and that respondent’s refusal to impanel more than the six members provided for by Florida law did not violate petitioner’s Sixth Amendment rights as applied to the States through the Fourteenth.”
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