Speaking of self-serving.
BTW, DeeDee’s interview is what Corey based her affidavit on. The link to the audio of it is on this page as well as a transcription.
That is a devastating interview and should make everyone wonder about Corey and De La Rionda's competency and agenda.
Their indictment had only two legs to stand on -- and one of them is this unbelievable interview that makes one wonder if she wasn't coached by Crump and De La Rionda -- but she just didn't get it and couldn't remember what she was supposed to say. I doubt she will ever take the witness stand because this wobbly interview will then be placed into evidence and it may very well end De La Rionda's career.
The one thing that the defense may seize upon in this interview is that she said that Trayvon ran fast enough and long enough to be breathing heavily. Since he had about a 30 second head start on Zimmerman and the house he was staying in was only about a minute away, the fleet-footed younger leaner Trayvon would or should have been halfway home before the slower heavier older George even got started after him.
There are two minutes between the time that Zimmerman gets out of the vehicle and his 911 call ends without incident. Where was Trayvon during this 2 minute period of time??? Why wasn't he home??? He had plenty of time to get home -- if he was actually scared as the prosecution alleges. But the indisputable timeline here makes mincemeat of their narrative.
How could the slower George have gotten anywhere near him -- unless the faster Trayvon turned around at some point and came back, or stopped to hide and wait for him. Dee Dee did indicate that he did get to his father's house in one answer -- but then the prosecutor changes the subject. He doesn't want to hear that Trayvon may have made it home and then went back, because that makes him the potential aggressor.
There are and were a whole bunch of questions that should have been asked. The prosecution went out of its way to avoid them for fear of her answers, but it still stepped in it big time. They are in big trouble in this case, and this Dee Dee interview proves it.