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Zimmerman prosecutor has history of going after critics
legalinsurrection.com ^ | 8 June, 2012 | William A. Jacobson

Posted on 06/14/2012 6:02:38 AM PDT by marktwain

Yesterday I posted about how Alan Dershowitz alleged that Zimmerman prosecutor Angela Corey called up Harvard Law School complaining about Dershowitz and treatening to sue for libel based on Dershowitz’s criticisms of her handling of the case.

The whole incident seemed strange, and reflected conduct that should be off limits for any prosecutor and certainly for a senior prosecutor on a high profile case.

It appears, however, that the Dershowitz incident was no isolated incident. According to Ron Littlepage, a columnist for the (Jacksonville) Florida Times-Union, Corey has done this several times before:

"Last December when I wrote a column critical of how she handled the Cristian Fernandez case, she fired off a two-page, single-spaced letter on official state attorney letterhead hinting at lawsuits for libel.

In the letter, she called me out for my “lack of knowledge and objectivity about the workings of the criminal justice system.” Ouch. I think she called me stupid….

Then there’s Corey’s spat with Sandy D’Alemberte.

D’Alemberte is a former president of the American Bar Association, a former president of Florida State University and a law professor — not too shabby in the legal credentials department.

When Corey was appointed to head up the investigation into the shooting death of Trayvon Martin by George Zimmerman, D’Alemberte had this to say:

“I cannot imagine a worse choice for a prosecutor to serve in the Sanford case. There is nothing in Angela Corey’s background that suits her for the task, and she cannot command the respect of people who care about justice.”

Earlier, D’Alemberte had criticized Corey in the Fernandez case. The reaction then: A public records request from her office to FSU seeking all emails, text messages and phone messages involving D’Alemberte related to Fernandez.

Then there was this:

When David Utter of the Southern Poverty Law Center was on Melissa Ross’s radio program and had the audacity to say that Fernandez should be in the juvenile system instead of adult court, that prompted a 20-minute scream-fest from Corey in a call to the center’s director.

Similar criticism from Jeff Goldhagen, a professor and chief of the division of community pediatrics at Shands Jacksonville, elicited a similar response from Corey."

Something appears to be rotten in the state of Zimmerman prosecution.


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Was Corey chosen because she was such a bad choice?
1 posted on 06/14/2012 6:02:44 AM PDT by marktwain
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To: marktwain
Was Corey chosen because she was such a bad choice?

Corey would be the perfect RINO, GOP-E, Republican castrati, and racist DemoRat commie choice, so...

2 posted on 06/14/2012 6:13:39 AM PDT by Navy Patriot (Join the Democrats, it's not Fascism when WE do it and the law is what WE say it is.)
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To: marktwain

Inspector Javert? Rrosecutor Javert? Zimmerman’s in for one miserable experience...


3 posted on 06/14/2012 6:16:28 AM PDT by GOPJ (Take your little hammer, little sickle and your scary red signs with a fist on it, and go home...)
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To: marktwain

Sovereign immunity isn’t enough for the prosecutor? Apparently not.


4 posted on 06/14/2012 6:20:22 AM PDT by coloradan (The US has become a banana republic, except without the bananas - or the republic.)
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To: marktwain

Could be. I’ve read speculation that Governor Scott appointed her as a way to be rid of her.


5 posted on 06/14/2012 6:22:23 AM PDT by Cboldt
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To: marktwain

ANOTHER leftoid conspiracy.

Note the HUGE timelag between the mugger’s demise and the time YOU heard about it.

It took time for the Melinan-enhanced mob to gather and organize.

Race and money—race and money $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$.


6 posted on 06/14/2012 6:29:29 AM PDT by Flintlock (THE TRUTH: It's the new hate speech..)
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To: marktwain
Let's all recall Angela Corey's famous words on April 11, 2012 when she grandstandingly charged GZ with murder 2 saying in a global press conference:

"Let me emphasize that we do not prosecute by public pressure or by petition. We prosecute based on the facts of any given case, as well as the laws of the state of Florida."

Did she lie in that statement to the press???

Yesterday the judge ordered her to release GZ's statements to the SPD as well as the lie detector test that he passed that night. She has two weeks to release them. What was she holding them for??? Were they a danger to the community??? Were they a flight risk???

Obviously they are embarrassing to her case and contain "facts" that she chose to ignore in her indictment.

So they had to be pried out of her cold calculating hands by a court order in spite of the fact that the laws of the state of Florida require them to be made public.

7 posted on 06/14/2012 6:40:02 AM PDT by Uncle Chip
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To: marktwain

I think most prosecutors would not have charged Z’s wife with perjury until all the smoke had cleared from the main trial, and maybe not then.


8 posted on 06/14/2012 6:40:50 AM PDT by Williams (No Obama)
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To: Uncle Chip

I believe I’ve read here that the defense also did not want Z’s statements all released.


9 posted on 06/14/2012 6:48:20 AM PDT by Williams (No Obama)
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To: Williams

She is after her 15 minutes of fame, I hope that after she has it, she will join Marsha Clark in history as one of the worst lawyers that ever went to court.Or perhaps a Nifong, another attorney who ignored facts and prosecuted.

She doesn’t sound toobright to me.A good Attorney shoud have a field day with her.


10 posted on 06/14/2012 6:51:13 AM PDT by Venturer
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To: Williams

I think I read that too. And that puzzled me.


11 posted on 06/14/2012 6:56:41 AM PDT by Uncle Chip
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To: Venturer

More like Nifong than Marcia Clark, who will forever be known for the bloody glove fiasco that led to his acquittal. She had every reason to indict OJ but made a fatal decision about trying on the glove WITH A LATEX GLOVE UNDERNEATH. Where was her brain????


12 posted on 06/14/2012 7:03:17 AM PDT by Uncle Chip
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To: Cboldt

“Could be. I’ve read speculation that Governor Scott appointed her as a way to be rid of her.”

Peter Principle in being applied!


13 posted on 06/14/2012 7:05:56 AM PDT by tired&retired
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To: marktwain

With this time of insane and unprofessional behavior, WHERE IS THE FLORIDA BAR?

Are they too busy endorsing homosexual adoption / access to children?

Are they too busy trying to protect friend judges from voters via merit retention?

Are they too busy attacking their members and pushing for more law schools?


14 posted on 06/14/2012 7:08:06 AM PDT by longtermmemmory (VOTE! http://www.senate.gov and http://www.house.gov)
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To: Uncle Chip

It seems that arguably inconsistent statements by Zimmerman are the prosecution’s main evidence. The defense did not want these statements public because they hope to prevent them from being introduced at the trial.


15 posted on 06/14/2012 7:09:50 AM PDT by Williams (No Obama)
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To: Williams; Uncle Chip
-- I believe I've read here that the defense also did not want Z's statements all released. --

O'Mara asked for 30 days to review Zimmerman's statements for involuntary confession, which is material that can be suppressed at trial. Otherwise, he had no objection to making Zimmerman's statements public.

The state argued to not allow the statements to be public at all, until trial, because they are planning to show inconsistencies between the statements and the evidence - they claimed that sort of statement amounts to a confession of guilt.

The state lost.

I doubt the inconsistencies amount to spit. The state is attempting to try its case in public, while claiming the opposite.

16 posted on 06/14/2012 7:11:31 AM PDT by Cboldt
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To: Venturer
-- She is after her 15 minutes of fame ... --

I think she is an unprincipled hack who sincerely believes Zimmerman is bad. I think she also knows her case is weak, and knowing that, she is also acting unethically.

Dershowitz know how to push her buttons, and the public sentiment is going to get under her thin skin, too.

She's going to get her fame, and I don't think she is going to enjoy it.

17 posted on 06/14/2012 7:16:00 AM PDT by Cboldt
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To: Williams
-- It seems that arguably inconsistent statements by Zimmerman are the prosecution's main evidence. --

You have to ask, inconsistent with what other evidence? The only difference between the evidence Corey has, and the evidence SPD had, is DeeDee and Sybrina. SPD said that none of the evidence contradicted Zimmerman's account. NONE of it. Corey is going to invoke conjecture up the wazoo, and that is going to be met with objection after objection. She needs evidence.

Enter DeeDee for the proposition that Zimmerman chased Martin down and assaulted or battered Martin. Enter Sybrina for the proposition that Zimmerman held Martin at physical disadvantage for an extended period (Martin is the one yelling for help), then shot him for no reason. Of course Zimmerman's account is inconsistent with DeeDee and Sybrina.

-- The defense did not want these statements public because they hope to prevent them from being introduced at the trial. --

The state can't prevent the introduction of Zimmerman's account at trial. That's impossible. The reason the state doesn't want the material public is that the state is attempting to try the case in public, and wants to suppress all the material that undermines its murder rap; and its fanciful claims that Zimmerman's own account is "incredible" to the extent it can't be believed.

18 posted on 06/14/2012 7:23:35 AM PDT by Cboldt
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To: Cboldt
You have to ask, inconsistent with what other evidence?

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You have to ask that question only if you don't understand that the inconsistancies are within GZ's own statements to police. That is why one of the DTs thought he should be charged.

19 posted on 06/14/2012 7:30:48 AM PDT by wtc911 (Amigo - you've been had.)
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To: Cboldt

she is a hack.

she is a typical elected lawyer who does not like the second amendment period. She wants to make an example in hopes of a defact abolishing of the second amendment and any attempt at self defense.

If people can clean up criminals on their own, why do we need such pompous hacks like corey?

This calls into question the competence fo the Florida Bar to police prosecutors.


20 posted on 06/14/2012 7:30:55 AM PDT by longtermmemmory (VOTE! http://www.senate.gov and http://www.house.gov)
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To: Williams
That's why they have gone after his credibility from day one and made the perjury charge against his wife in the middle of the trial. They have to make him out to be a liar to discredit his statements that night. Surely the prosecution is more fearful of these than the defense.

Anyway how material can these arguably inconsistent statements be that cannot be explained away by the headbashing he took that night???

21 posted on 06/14/2012 7:32:14 AM PDT by Uncle Chip
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To: Uncle Chip

How many people who have their head bashed onto a concret sidewalk edge and then have their nose broken and face repeatedly hit are going to be thinking 100% clear?

Where is the bar complaint against corey?


22 posted on 06/14/2012 7:40:26 AM PDT by longtermmemmory (VOTE! http://www.senate.gov and http://www.house.gov)
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To: wtc911
-- You have to ask that question only if you don't understand that the inconsistancies are within GZ's own statements to police. That is why one of the DTs thought he should be charged. --

We'll see about the inconsistencies within his own statements to police, once his statements to police are made public.

As for the inconsistencies being the basis for Serino thinking Zimmerman should be charged, the parts of the record that I've read say otherwise. You contend the basis for the DTs opinion was inconsistencies within GZs own statements to police. It's up to you to support your contention.

23 posted on 06/14/2012 7:46:14 AM PDT by Cboldt
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To: longtermmemmory
Someone needs to contact this D’Alemberte, former president of the American Bar Association, a former president of Florida State University and a law professor, for a follow-up on her statement in the article:

“I cannot imagine a worse choice for a prosecutor to serve in the Sanford case. There is nothing in Angela Corey’s background that suits her for the task, and she cannot command the respect of people who care about justice.”

I'm sure her answer will be: "I told you so".

24 posted on 06/14/2012 7:49:19 AM PDT by Uncle Chip
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To: marktwain; Navy Patriot
Was Corey chosen because she was such a bad choice?

It's a question we should keep asking the Florida State Attorney general, RINO Pam Bondi

She's a in Romney's quiver

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25 posted on 06/14/2012 7:52:07 AM PDT by Elle Bee
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To: Uncle Chip

The American Bar Association has nothing to do with lawyer regulation. They are a 100% voluntary organization and the vast majority of lawyers are not members.

The party to contact is the Florida Bar section on lawyer regulation and their ethics department.


26 posted on 06/14/2012 7:52:30 AM PDT by longtermmemmory (VOTE! http://www.senate.gov and http://www.house.gov)
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To: Elle Bee

Bondi is another failure.

she caved to the banks regarding bank fraud.

She is just camera pretty. She was elected but that is not enough to get the job done.

She should be primaried.


27 posted on 06/14/2012 7:59:53 AM PDT by longtermmemmory (VOTE! http://www.senate.gov and http://www.house.gov)
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To: marktwain
She was appointed because she has a background of putting people who commit acts of violence into the Graybar Hotel, even if "they were trying to turn their life around, and just made a mistake"

The most amusing thing is seeing the bleeding hearts here on FR echoing the initial criticism of progressive commentators

“I cannot imagine a worse choice for a prosecutor to serve in the Sanford case. There is nothing in Angela Corey’s background that suits her for the task, and she cannot command the respect of people who care about justice.”
"justice" here meant going easy on juveniles and minorities who commit acts of violence. And as juveniles and minorities are the ones mainly committing acts of violence. the progressives did not like her.
28 posted on 06/14/2012 8:00:17 AM PDT by Oztrich Boy (If Shellie really loved George, she would have taken his money and run away with it.)
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To: wtc911
That is why one of the DTs thought he should be charged.

Can you provide evidence for that statement??? evidence -- not hearsay.

29 posted on 06/14/2012 8:01:23 AM PDT by Uncle Chip
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To: longtermmemmory
no argument from me

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30 posted on 06/14/2012 8:03:12 AM PDT by Elle Bee
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To: Oztrich Boy
She was appointed because she has a background of putting people who commit acts of violence into the Graybar Hotel, even if "they were trying to turn their life around, and just made a mistake"

That appears to be who she was and is, and why she had the support of the law and order crowd for her election. After this case, many of those convictions may have to be revisited. Her bio on wiki is not particularly flattering, especially the Marissa Alexander episode.

31 posted on 06/14/2012 8:14:27 AM PDT by Uncle Chip
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To: Uncle Chip
Someone needs to contact this D’Alemberte, former president of the American Bar Association, a former president of Florida State University and a law professor, for a follow-up on her statement in the article:

I agree Sandy D'Alemberte is probably a big pussy, but common courtesy requires to still refer to him with masculine pronouns.

32 posted on 06/14/2012 8:23:25 AM PDT by Oztrich Boy (Free George Zimmerman (and Mumia Abu-Jamal too, while we are about it))
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To: Uncle Chip
There is evidence in the April 20 bond hearing that Corey's team focused on what they call inconsistencies, and a May 16 NYT article that says some SPD investigators doubted some details of Zimmerman's account: the number of blows landed by Martin was inconsistent with injuries; and that "You're going to die tonight" seemed contrived. Doubting details of an account is not the same as concluding Zimmerman wasn't justified and should be charged.

The basis for SPD suggesting charging was neither of the doubts about details of Zimmerman's account. The Serino affidavit transmitted to Wolfinger cites Zimmerman to blame on account of either getting out of his truck (if he hadn't, the event doesn't occur), or, in the alternative, if Zimmerman had explained to Martin that he was a watchman or something like that.

I can't find any evidence for the contention that SPD justified an opinion to charge, using the doubts about the two details NYT reported, or any other inconsistency in Zimmerman's statements.

Trayvon Martin Case Shadowed by Series of Police Missteps - NYTimes.com - Serge F. Kovaleski - May 16, 2012

Bond Hearing of April 20, 2012 [partial] - CNN Transcript

33 posted on 06/14/2012 8:31:20 AM PDT by Cboldt
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To: Cboldt

The Trayvon Martin Case, Update 11: The Dee Dee Interview–Kaboom!
https://statelymcdanielmanor.wordpress.com/2012/06/13/the-trayvon-martin-case-update-11-the-dee-dee-interview-kaboom/


34 posted on 06/14/2012 8:34:44 AM PDT by ironman
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To: Uncle Chip

Marissa Alexander deserved to be convicted, IMO. I don’t think she deserves 20 years, but her account was not believed, and is not believable. Her conduct after being released on bond was to again, against court orders, confront her hubby or ex (whatever he was). I don’t think she was trying to shoot him, but I do not believe she had any need to fire the gun in the house.


35 posted on 06/14/2012 8:35:47 AM PDT by Cboldt
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To: Williams
"I think most prosecutors would not have charged Z’s wife with perjury until all the smoke had cleared from the main trial, and maybe not then."

I think you're right. It's starting to look like the Prosecution has pretty much ......... nothing. Even this perjury thing will probably fizzle out,

36 posted on 06/14/2012 8:39:49 AM PDT by moehoward
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To: Cboldt
"...because they are planning to show inconsistencies between the statements and the evidence..."

Magic Bullet redux ?

"I think she is an unprincipled hack who sincerely believes Zimmerman is bad."

It's fairly obvious you can exchange anyone's name -that has the gaul to critique her- for Zimmerman. The woman is unhinged.

37 posted on 06/14/2012 8:52:04 AM PDT by moehoward
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To: ironman

Thank you for that. Good remarks about de la Rionda’s interview of DeeDee. She’s not helpful to the prosecution.


38 posted on 06/14/2012 8:53:00 AM PDT by Cboldt
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To: Oztrich Boy

My apologies to his wife.


39 posted on 06/14/2012 8:56:06 AM PDT by Uncle Chip
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To: Uncle Chip

Sure...right after you provide the proof that TM attacked GZ. You know, the proof you’ve been ducking for weeks.


40 posted on 06/14/2012 9:11:49 AM PDT by wtc911 (Amigo - you've been had.)
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To: Venturer
She doesn’t sound toobright to me.A good Attorney shoud have a field day with her.

Perhaps that's why she's indicting Zimmerman's wife for perjury. She doesn't want a trial, where Zimmerman's defense attorney would expose her as an idiot. She wants to pressure Zimmerman into a plea bargain, by whatever means necessary.

41 posted on 06/14/2012 9:12:17 AM PDT by PapaBear3625 (If I can't be persuasive, I at least hope to be fun.)
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To: marktwain

Corey was fired by our previous DA for the way she treated interns. When the DA retired, Corey was on the Board of Directors for the Duval REC. The REC broke party rules and endorsed her during the primaries.

No one filed to run against her by the deadline this year; so she is automaticaly re-elected without facing the voters.


42 posted on 06/14/2012 9:13:04 AM PDT by yuleeyahoo (Liberty is not collective, it is personal. All liberty is individual liberty. - Calvin Coolidge)
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To: longtermmemmory
"The American Bar Association has nothing to do with lawyer regulation. They are a 100% voluntary organization and the vast majority of lawyers are not members."

and the American Medical Association has only about 15-18% of practicing doctors.....

I wonder why the ABA and the AMA hold such reverence in the media, when they don't even represent a substantial MINORITY of practicing lawyers and doctors, respectively...

43 posted on 06/14/2012 9:19:23 AM PDT by cherry
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To: Cboldt

According to this article in the American Thinker,
Tracy Martin was spreading that rumor:

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2878429/posts


44 posted on 06/14/2012 9:19:41 AM PDT by Uncle Chip
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To: Cboldt

I don’t think you understood my point. The DEFENSE will attempt to keep some of Zimmerman’s statements out of the trial.

Also, while I believe Zimmerman, many here don’t realize there is a legitimate legal issue as to whether he was justified in shooting and killing. Maybe not murder 2, but manslaughter, etc.

3 big items are obvious. Zimmerman knew police were on the way, he apparently had moved to the grass so his head wasn’t hitting the sidewalk at that point, and he got his arm free well enough to draw a gun and fire.

I’m not accepting all these points but that is the case. Zimmerman’s inconsistent statements seem to involve how he was able to have a free hand if he was under such a life threatening assault at that moment.


45 posted on 06/14/2012 9:21:25 AM PDT by Williams (No Obama)
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To: yuleeyahoo
No one filed to run against her by the deadline this year; so she is automaticaly re-elected without facing the voters.

It will be contested next time. I think even the city dogcatcher would unseat her now.

46 posted on 06/14/2012 9:24:17 AM PDT by Uncle Chip
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To: Uncle Chip

We have the Serino affidavit now. It’s pages 26 & 27 in that 183 page document dump of May 17th. It suggests a manslaughter charge, and justifies that charge on the gounds I noted - Zimmerman is to blame for getting out of his truck, or, in the alternative, for not announcing his intentions.


47 posted on 06/14/2012 9:24:35 AM PDT by Cboldt
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To: Cboldt

Oh — okay.


48 posted on 06/14/2012 9:26:31 AM PDT by Uncle Chip
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To: Williams
-- I don't think you understood my point. The DEFENSE will attempt to keep some of Zimmerman's statements out of the trial. --

That'll be an uphill battle too, unless the statement is in the nature of an involuntary confession, and I don't see that happening. I expect the prosecution to raise the same bogus arguments that have permeated discussion here and elsewhere. Not enough injury to justify use of deadly force, for one.

-- Zimmerman's inconsistent statements seem to involve how he was able to have a free hand if he was under such a life threatening assault at that moment. --

We'll have his account soon enough. As for the "at the moment" criteria, the justified use of force isn't limited to a particular instant. If Martin isn't showing any sign of letting up or otherwise abandoning his intention, Zimmerman's got a good argument that he remains in fear.

49 posted on 06/14/2012 9:33:27 AM PDT by Cboldt
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To: PapaBear3625

this is an unethical charge. Charge the wife with anything then offer her a plea deal based on flipping against her husband.

Corey should be the one in jail.


50 posted on 06/14/2012 10:08:30 AM PDT by longtermmemmory (VOTE! http://www.senate.gov and http://www.house.gov)
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