Skip to comments.Watch Live: George Zimmerman Attends Second Bond Hearing
Posted on 06/29/2012 9:11:26 AM PDT by sheikdetailfeather
Watch Live: George Zimmerman Attends Second Bond Hearing
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Well, it started at 9:30 am per WFTV and Zimmermans father testified it was his son screaming that night. WFTV will probably have the whole video of the hearing up soon. No decision yet by the judge.
Do you think George Zimmerman deserves a new bond?
The case isn’t just weak, its the illegitimate, back-stairs bastard child of an unholy alliance between a mob of black race baiters and a particularly repulsive careerist prosecutor.
Its such an outrageous miscarriage of “justice” that I admit I have difficulty hearing or reading about it without getting p*ssed off.
I just went to the site and don’t see any hearing going on. Is it over or has it not started?
MoM got a lot entered into evidence over BDLR's objection -- GZ's statements, injury photos, witness statements, 911 call of GZ screaming for help, and that 7-11 video of a tall Trayvon with his hoodie up, photobutton on, and store clerk constantly watching him as if he was going to lift something.
BDLR hated seeing that 7-11 video. They are still pushing the 12 year old boy image of TM.
The ball is in Lester's Court now. There was enough evidence presented today that he should just dismiss the case, or for now, just release him without bond.
“There was enough evidence presented today that he should just dismiss the case, or for now, just release him without bond.”
O for a jurist with a pair of balls!
Their entire case is "GZ lied" without any evidence of those lies.
BDLR had a golden opportunity to enter DeeDee's testimony into evidence today because he needed help, but chose not to. They are scared to put her up there.
And he didn't call Sybrina to the stand to counter GZ's father who said that the screams were definitely those of his son.
When asked how he could scream with his mouth being smothered by TM, his father answered that the injuries to his son's head show that his nose and mouth weren't the only place where TM had his two hands.
Anyone watching and listening had to walk away stunned at the beating the prosecution took today, and how the judge could possibly not grant bail, yet at the end of the day the judge still insinuates that there is still probable cause ---
The looks on the faces of Team Skittles in the courtroom show that they are going to now go into damage control. The prosecution went nuts when the 7-11 video was presented. No matter how the judge rules, this was bad for Team Skittles today.
Now watch the spin on the nightly news ---
“When asked how he could scream with his mouth being smothered by TM, his father answered that the injuries to his son’s head show that his nose and mouth weren’t the only place where TM had his two hands.”
Nice! That had to hurt.
Thanks for the commentary btw.. I couldn’t follow online due to location problems with the vidya.
The extent of the spin by the media dupes is the real story here, imo. They might as well have turned over their newsrooms to Crump, Jackson and the rest of the feces flingers who were shrieking for GZ’s head.
One of the reasons I joined up instead of continuing to lurk was surprise at the number of people on here who went hook, line and sinker for the MSM’s character assassination of GZ in the days immediately following the incident.
Sorry Spunky. I had turned the channel on tv and must have come in right before it all ended. I am searching for the full video but no luck yet.
No news yet. I wish I could have seen the hearing from the beginning. Sounds like it was rocking with his father in there. I heard O’Mara ask “Did George use the legal defense fund to go to Disney?” lol!!!
I was impressed by O’Mara’s low key performance. He more than got the job done in a quiet effective manner. Getting the 7-Eleven video before the judge was a master stroke. When the judge sees that video he’s going to have to wonder what was going on with Martin.
Anybody in their right mind seeing Martin’s shuffle and disoriented actions in the 7-Eleven would be on the alert just like the clerk.
I’d like to see O’Mara get a couple of experts to review DeeCee’s statement. The investigator lead her around like a dog. He never explored the fact that the girl was not Martin’s girlfriend or asked her why she didn’t go to the funeral. IIRC she had something more important to do like going shopping.
The answer to why she skipped the funeral is she didn’t really give a crap. Crump though had to use her to pluck heart strings. O’Mara will have fun with her. She admitted in her statement that they were not an item. She also mentioned going to see about her high blood pressure. That was not what her twitters said.
I too fell for the MSM portrayal of the shooting until the lies began to be exposed and the evidence began to surface.
Too many people were taken in by the PR firm hired by Team Crump and are still too proud to admit that they were deceived.
After the hearing today, they had very little to say to the media which was I’m sure now asking tougher questions, like ‘what do you think of the defense’s evidence presented today portraying TM as a victim of his own actions’.
When you have an OPEN FORUM funded by donations, you end up with a bell curve of the population. There are always some inexperienced and immature voices. Then there are those 'behind the curve' on current facts. There are even a few who know the facts, but refuse to accept them.
Heck, they even allow me to post here. Talk about Diversity.
One might get the idea that DeeDee was Martin’s ‘bundler’.
She fenced any goods he stole, and provided new leads for drug sales. All in a very informal way, or course, with all due respect to the black ‘drug’ culture.
And I expect that the 7-Eleven video will speak volumes as to TM's mindset that night.
There are laws against wearing hoodies in Florida but there he is. And he is rocking back and forth like he's on something. The clerk is watching him as if he expected him to pull out a weapon at any moment.
And that photobutton on the sweatshirt was found in his pocket. Why was it in his pocket??? His taking it off and putting it in his pocket to keep it safe from his expected confrontation shows premeditation on his part -- big time.
And he asks the clerk for something behind the counter and the clerk refuses to sell it to him. What was it -- something else illegal for him to have.
And he definitely looks like he's taller than 5'11" and probably was. The autopsy did not say that he was 5'11" Tall. It said that he was 5'11" Long. He was taller in life than he was longer in death. That video shows someone 6 foot or taller.
And I hope the police tested that can of Arizona Juice for GZ's blood. It was probably used as the weapon that opened the gash on the back of his head.
I'll bet that clerk is on the witness list. I hope he stays safe.
And as far as DeeDee, if she actually thought TM was in danger that night, why didn't she call 911, or call him the next morning to see if he was all right, or the day after or the day after, or the police or his parents or anybody. She wasn't worried about him because she knew that he was a good fighter and could take care of himself. It's possible that TM told DD that he was going to beat GZ down and teach him a lesson and when he didn't call back she decided to lay low lest she be dragged into it.
And from what I understand the phone records of TM's and DeeDee phones don't line up. That's Crump's doing.
Team Skittles left court today in full damage control mode --
I read somewhere that the hearing ended without a decision. So George gets another weekend as a guest of the State.
What you have here is basically a defendant who perceives himself as the police out there, De La Rionda said.
That tells you what BDLR thinks of the police -- they're profilers of innocent victims.
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