It's all explained right here:<quoted text>You've got a way of skipping around the case to try and make it fit into your perceived, racist mold.
The shooting occurred at about 7PM on February 26 2012, Serino was in the process of charging George Zimmerman with manslaughter on that date or very early the morning of the 27th. We saw the charging document which was being prepared by officer Ayala. The three black officers were not on duty and played no role in the initial investigation.
What caused Serino to abruptly change his mind and send Zimmerman home no harm no foul? Or was Serino's decision to book George overridden by someone? If so, who?
"On the day of the shooting, Sanford police officials determined that they did not have enough evidence to the contrary to detain Zimmerman. Whether they were suspicious of his story would not have mattered. They would have had to produce hard evidence to the contrary. The “probable cause” criterion is derived from the Constitution and is meant to protect against unreasonable arrest.
“The normal rule in American law is that a police officer must have ‘probable cause’ in order to arrest someone,” writes Kopel."