Now let me get this straight...of all the stuff they could have released they chose Zimmerman’s 2005 arrest report and an injunction for protection his wife filed (but not the one he filed against her)?
I’ve seen a lot of crazy stuff in this case but I have never seen such a blatant attempt to discredit a defendant as this. Is it even legal to only release information which is prejudicial toward only one party in a case like this?
Further check on injunctions needed, maybe was not wife! What I heard.
>> Now let me get this straight...of all the stuff they could have released they chose Zimmermans 2005 arrest report and an injunction for protection his wife filed (but not the one he filed against her)?
I think they’re only releasing documents that are pertinent to the proceedings that have actually occurred so far (i.e. the bond hearing). Not the documents and evidence that will be used in trial. The defense doesn’t even have all of that quite yet (such as there may be).
The documents you refer to were entered into the proceedings during the bond hearing because the prosecution tried to use Zimmerman’s prior scrapes with the law to argue that he was a danger to society and should therefore be denied bond.
Fortunately the judge was having none of that.