And that explains how Hoodieman was hopped up on Codeine coming back from the store with the ingredients for a new batch of Drank and was bashing Zimmermans head against a concrete sidewalk when he was blown away.<quoted text>That's not so, what the family and many others wanted was an arrest in order that the event play itself out in the courtroom and not the back room. The SYG law was introduced by the police department as it's basis for cutting George loose rather than booking him and letting a judge make the decision.
Pay attention___we've had a first hearing judge and then three others. George has had two sets of attorneys, the first set held a press conference to proclaim that George had established a collection-website and then disappeared and was not returning their calls.
We learned that George's pal Mark was steering him around early, advising against Hal Uhrig and promoting Mark NeJame. We learned that NeJame couldn't get involved as one of his partners was married to the first judge assigned to the case. NeJame recommended O'Mara and the judge had to recuse herself anyway because it was learned that NeJame was in bed with O'Mara too.
Enter Judge Kenny Lester who has no use for Zimmerman, his family and probably O'Mara. Lester hikes George's bond to one million $ because he lied, Shellie lied and it was learned that George had two passports. Brokeazz George who's running from creditors and has over a hundred grand in pay pal loot also has two passports. Hah!
O'Mara claims he had no earthly idea that George had been shuffling big money around via Shellie on the jail house phone and gets a huge pass from Lester because the former lawyer, Uhrig knew all about the loot.
Are you following along here? Probably not because you're too fkn stupid to keep up or you just don't like details.
You forgot to mention the part where the state's attorney committed a felony and lied under oath to railroad Zimmerman into a court room where some radical left wingnut judge could ignore the Constitution and orchestrate a guilty verdict.
If you want to jump on a real case of a miscarriage of justice, jump on this one:
"Marissa Alexander, 32, an African American who was sentenced to a mandatory 20 years in prison for firing a warning shot into the wall of her home in 2010 to end a violent argument with her abusive husband."
How about you dig up some dirt on this person.
Or, is this a miscarriage of justice and a bonafide Stand Your Ground case? What would have happened to this woman if she didn't have a gun? Do you think her excuse for a husband would have beat the shit out of her, like he usually did?