Just a quick refresher Sally. Serino was in the process of charging and booking George on day #1, officer Ayala was filling out the charging document when someone caused a change in direction. That unfinished charging document was made public, certainly you've seen it.<quoted text>
Do you ever read any of the docs when they come out? Seriously, you don't know anything about this case. I'm callin you the liar. Serino was not overruled he was pressured into that affidavit of probable cause by the black officers. Why do you think he hired Baez, he signed his name to that sworn affidavit.
This is an article from the Miami Herald....maybe you can find someone to help you read it. Or go find the 300 pages of Docs. that were released.
Detective in Zimmerman case said he was pressured to file charges
The lead Sanford Police investigator who sought manslaughter charges against George Zimmerman told the FBI that a sergeant and two other officers tried to pressure him into making an arrest in the controversial case — even though he didn’t think there was enough evidence.
Sanford Police Officer Chris Serino first made headlines when evidence released in the case showed he sought manslaughter charges against Zimmerman even while his chief publicly said there was no probable cause to arrest him. But a document released late Thursday casts doubt on Serino’s prior sworn affidavit seeking criminal charges, and raises questions about the credibility of the star law-enforcement witness in the murder case against Zimmerman for the shooting death of a black teenager, Miami Gardens high school junior Trayvon Martin..
Telling the FBI that he was concerned that people inside the police department were leaking information, Serino cited Sgt. Arthur Barnes, officers Rebecca Villalona and Trekelle Perkins “as all pressuring him to file charges against Zimmerman after the incident,” an FBI report said.“Serino did not believe he had enough evidence at the time to file charges.”
In his FBI interview, Serino accused Sgt. Barnes of being “friendly” with Tracy Martin, Trayvon’s father. He said Tracy Martin at first understood why no charges were filed, but later changed coursse and accused Zimmerman of racial profiling
Records released Thursday show that Sgt. Barnes, a 25-year veteran of the department, told the FBI that he believed the black community would be “in an uproar” if Zimmerman was not charged.
Serino’s statement was among nearly 300 pages of documents released Thursday by the Duval County state attorney, including reports from FBI agents who launched a civil rights investigation to determine whether racial bias was involved in Trayvon’s Feb. 26 killing.
The summary of Serino’s statement does not mention the race of the officers who allegedly pressured him, but sources told The Miami Herald that Barnes and Perkins are black, and Villalona is married to an African-American man. All three, the source said, had been called in by their supervisor and questioned about leaking information in the case.
Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2012/07/12/2892510...
The situation you continue to reference-misrepresent occurred over a month later. The jury is going to wonder who interfered with George's arrest on the 26th or 27th of February and why they interfered. I've already posted that I think that George's release with no background check or request for a blood sample came by way of a favor to a mutual friend.
We'll learn in time.