Zimmerman case falling apart

Despite facing possible life in prison, Zimmerman was released on $150,000 bail today. Why? Because the judge wasn’t impressed by stuff like this:

“- The admission by co-lead investigator that he had not personally interviewed George Zimmerman;

“- the admission that he had not requested Zimmerman’s medical records from the hospital;

“- the admission that the state has no evidence to contradict Zimmerman’s claim that, following the advice of the police dispatcher, he headed back to his car;

“- the admission that the state has no evidence to contradict Zimmerman’s claim that Martin assaulted first.”

The political nature of this indictment becomes more obvious with time.

0 responses to “Zimmerman case falling apart

  1. Looks like an epic failure, but lets’ wait a bit more.

  2. Dick Stanley

    Whatever happens, Thomas Sowell has it right:

    “Whatever the ultimate outcome of the case against George Zimmerman for his shooting of Trayvon Martin, what has happened already is enough to turn the stomach of anyone who believes in either truth or justice.”

    http://bit.ly/Io9cpW