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  1. On the second video, around 5:18-ish, the prosecutor asks Mrs Z, how long she and Z lived at the townhouse in the gated community “where this murder occurred.” He corrected himself, but I find it interesting he referred to it as such.

  2. I was filled with revulsion after witnessing Zimmerman’s disgusting apology in court today. Given the extent of his injuries at the hands of his assailant which have been thoroughly documented and released in recent days, why in the hell would he offer up yet another apology for acting in defense of life and limb?

    His apologies do nothing but undercut his own defense and certainly will not win him any fans among the blood-thirsty hyenas in the press who have already rhetorically fattened him up for the sacrificial slaughter that awaits.

    It certainly didn’t win him sympathy with the prosecution who required him to be manacled and chained like a wild beast throughout the bond hearing. In addition, Mr. Zimmerman was sporting a bullet proof vest under his suit. What does that say about court security and the risk to his life which the state is required to protect?

    Clearly this is a kangaroo court and show trial of epic proportions that was made all the more obvious given the fact that the lead investigator for the state’s attorney general office could not even answer simple but relevant questions about the case when questioned on the stand!

    What a sickening spectacle!

  3. I watched the bail hearing today and was somewhat heartened by seeing O’Mara in action in the courtroom. It also appeared to me that the prosecution has a very thin case, which I suspected all along, so this does reinforce my existing bias about this case.

    It has always been my suspicion that this case was always about winning the “legal lottery” and a big financial payoff for the usual suspects. Stir in a little race-baiting to get the AA base nice and riled up, is a bonus. Nothing Crump or the family has done (ie: running out to trademark Trayvon’s name) has ameliorated my feelings that this about money and political manipulation.

    A big part of the push to have Zimmerman arrested was the tale about “DeeDee” who was allegedly on the phone with Trayvon during the incident. Except DeeDee never wondered what happened to Travyon, never called 911, etc. And DeeDee refused to cooperate with the police or being interviewed. Corey didn’t interview neighbors who were eyewitnesses and could corroborate Zimmerman’s story, but the DeeDee tale makes it into the charge sheet to substantiate Murder 2.

    So, not everyone is buying the mysterious DeeDee story. Some people have been doing their homework, and looking at who is most likely DeeDee, and what she was doing when she was allegedly grief stricken and hospitalized, etc if Crump is to be believed. It’s time we continue to investigate and unravel the lies of Organized Black America and not be beholden to them anymore.


  4. Alan Dershowitz’s comments on the latest developments at Breitbart.com:

    With ABC News’ release of the George Zimmerman photo showing blood flowing freely from his head, the question becomes whether Angela Corey, the prosecutor in the case, had access to the photo before charging Zimmerman with second-degree murder.

    The arrest affidavit did not mention the photograph, or the bleeding, gashes, and bruises on Zimmermans’ head. Professor Alan Dershowitz of Harvard Law School stated upon release of the arrest affidavit that it was “so thin that it won’t make it past a judge on a second degree murder charge … everything in the affidavit is completely consistent with a defense of self-defense.”

    After the release of the photo, however, Dershowitz went much further, telling Breitbart News that if the prosecutors did have the photo and didn’t mention it in the affidavit, that would constitute a “grave ethical violation,” since affidavits are supposed to contain “all relevant information.”

    Dershowitz continued, “An affidavit that willfully misstates undisputed evidence known to the prosecution is not only unethical but borders on perjury because an affiant swears to tell not only the truth, but the whole truth, and suppressing an important part of the whole truth is a lie.”

    When asked if it made a difference whether the prosecution had the bloody photograph at the time they charged Zimmerman, Dershowitz responded, “We do know that there were earlier photographs before the affidavit was done that strongly suggested blood on the back of the head, and we know the police had first access to him, so if there was blood they [the prosecution] would know about it …

    “I’ve had cases in Florida against prosecutors,” Dershowitz said, “and this is not the first time they have willfully omitted exculpatory evidence. It’s a continuing problem. Here, it’s not only immoral, but stupid. The whole country is watching. What do they benefit from having half-truths in an affidavit?”

    Dershowitz added, “I’m not taking sides, but I’m insisting that both sides play by the rules, and so far the prosecution is not playing by the rules.”


  5. I thought Zimmerman conducted himself well, maintained a quiet dignity, and the prosecution significantly overplayed their hand treating him like Jack the Ripper.

  6. Scipio, I agree. No apologies should be offered for defending oneself, EVER. If Zimmerman didn’t do what he did, I firmly believe he would be the one who died, and St. Treyvon might have even gotten away with it.

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