Zimmerman should have followed a similar rule.The unusual series of crimes led the group to bolster its standard patrol, adding unmarked vehicles as members looked for suspects and suspicious activity. But they stuck with the rules that have guided the group for 30 years and helped make it a model for similar organizations across the United States: Nobody brings a weapon and nobody gets out of the car.
Please link to your source for why Zimmerman got out of his vehicle.
The dispatcher, in the recording, asks Zimmerman if he is following "him" and Zimmeran says he was. Zimmerman subsequently lies to the officers during the reenactment when he tells them he was not following the kid, he was only looking for a street sign. Zimmerman lies.
The gun is what gave Zimmerman the courage to chase after the "suspicious guy" who Zimmerman said was "up to no good". What's laughable is Zimmerman told the interviewing officer(s) after the shooting that he actually forgot he was carrying his gun when he confronted the kid. Yeah, right.
I have given you confirmed proof in terms of photos. You rejected that proof in favor of a conspiracy theory involving the police or maybe the Prosecutor, or perhaps the news organization that reported it. Without proof, you also claimed the photos were altered even though they are officially part of the evidence that the State introduced into the Zimmerman case. I'm through playing with you. Knock off the racial attacks. Put up, or shut up.
"When Serino filed an affidavit requesting a manslaughter charge, Carter was "very upset," Santiago told the defense, as was Santiago's captain. The consensus among most at daily meetings, Santiago said, was that there was "insufficient evidence" to bring a charge.
Grieco, a defense lawyer and former prosecutor from Miami, said the state will fight to keep Sanford officers from testifying on their opinions of the evidence, but jurors will know that the police chose not to make an arrest.
"I can't remember ever seeing or hearing about a case where you have the police officers firmly believing that they didn't even have probable cause for an arrest [but] then you have a prosecutor's office... believing that they have not only enough to charge, but to convict," Grieco said.
Corey, the special prosecutor, won't have to rely solely on Sanford police work: The Florida Department of Law Enforcement and Corey's own investigators also gathered evidence.
O'Donnell, of John Jay College, predicted the state may have to "throw the cops under the bus."
Said O'Donnell: "The prosecution will come back and say, 'What do you expect them to say about a case that they bungled?'" "
George Zimmerman's legal team has asked a judge to force an attorney for Trayvon Martin's family to turn over to the defense a recorded interview with the witness described as the teen's girlfriend.
Crump has said that Witness 8 is 16 years old, but the defense writes in its motion that she is actually 18. She has not been publicly identified by either the state or defense, pursuant to a judge's order.
SNICKER. This case is falling apart more each and every day. Payday for the "white hispanic" seems an inevitability.
How is it racism to mention your prior comments? You tend to dismiss any evidence favorable to George Zimmerman as "BS LOL LOL LOL." You have repeatedly stated that any evidence for his version of events is fake, without offering any proof.
I'll let the court system come to a conclusion of Zimmerman's guilt based on the evidence presented at trial.
Can we get back to the topic at hand?
At the same time, we now have a picture of Jordan Davis in a hoodie, and he supposedly bears a "striking resemblance to Trayvon Martin."Before the moment Jordan was shot in a gas station parking lot by Michael Dunn, a 45-year-old software developer, he lived a normal teenage life. He was raised by his mother in Atlanta where he was homeschooled from 4th grade until high school.
Two years ago, Jordan moved to Jacksonville, Florida to live with his father Ron Davis. He attended Jacksonville’s Samuel W. Wolfson High School where he was described as a very bright student by his teacher Carolyn Aponte, who moved him into an advanced reading class when he was in 10th grade. His music appreciation teacher Cristina Ledford said that he would use his intelligence to "speak from the heart" during discussions.
Jordan worked at a local supermarket chain named Winn-Dixie, but he looked forward to starting his new job at McDonalds. He aspired to join the military and he liked to listen to music, loudly. His friends and his music were two of the last things he heard before his life slipped away in the backseat of a red SUV on Black Friday.
I don't see it.
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