And regarding the criminal case, the comment you responded to was saying that I don't understand why Crumpetts would file the settlement agreement, asking for it to be sealed from both attorneys, into the paperwork of the criminal case.<quoted text>
I refuse to participate in the mud-slinging. We're talking about the criminal case against the only person on trial, George Zimmerman, and if his story is credible or not.
For the life of me, I don't understand why you and others want to besmirch the reputations of this family, but count me out.
This family brought this on themselves, with the help of their attorney. I have NEVER seen a grieving family put money at the forefront of the death of their child. From collecting money in buckets, then trashcans, trademarking their son's name, selling merchandise, trying to collect against an insurance company that refused to pay them, and then the HOA. If Mom took money from her co-workers in addition to what they have already collected, shame on her.
Is this really about GZ to them, or is about keeping it in the public eye so they can collect more? They seem to be grieving all the way to the bank