make George look bad...
Not so in my opinion. Think of the alternative, or if he had refused. It was obviously of use to the police in corroborating all the evidence that pointed to his innocence to the point that they didn't charge him. The fact that he passed an imperfect test is one more indicator that there is really no case to be made that he is guilty of a crime. By itself it is not dispositive, but it removes one more of the ever shrinking underpinnings of the prosecutor's case. They have no physical evidence, no medical evidence, no witnesses, and now no intent or ‘state of mind’ evidence to contradict Mr. Zimmerman's account of what happened. In short they got nothing except a tainted jury pool.
1. Earlier when I said these things make “George look bad”, I meant in the eyes of the bastids who are presecuting him.
2. The pics of the “other” Trayvon Martin? What’s wrong in using it? That is Trayvon Martin, is it not? It is just as credible to use that pic as the media does in using a picture of the 11 year old Martin. Or as credible as using a picture of George in the orange jumpsuit.
posted on 06/26/2012 1:03:34 PM PDT
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