Trayvon Martin Prosecutor Rants and Whines About My Criticism

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State Attorney Angela Corey, the prosecutor in the George Zimmerman case, recently called the Dean of Harvard Law School to complain about my criticism of some of her actions.  She was transferred to the Office of Communications and proceeded to engage in a 40 minute rant, during which she threatened to sue Harvard Law School, to try to get me disciplined by the Bar Association and to file charges against me for libel and slander.

She said that because I work for Harvard and am identified as a professor she had the right to sue Harvard.  When the communications official explained to her that I have a right to express my opinion as “a matter of academic freedom,” and that Harvard has no control over what I say, she did not seem to understand.  She persisted in her nonstop whining, claiming that she is prohibited from responding to my attacks by the rules of professional responsibility—without mentioning that she has repeatedly held her own press conferences and made public statements throughout her career.

Her beef was that I criticized her for filing a misleading affidavit that willfully omitted all information about the injuries Zimmerman had sustained during the “struggle” it described.  She denied that she had any obligation to include in the affidavit truthful material that was favorable to the defense.  She insisted that she is entitled to submit what, in effect, were half truths in an affidavit of probable cause, so long as she subsequently provides the defense with exculpatory evidence.  She should go back to law school, where she will learn that it is never appropriate to submit an affidavit that contains a half truth, because a half truth is regarded by the law as a lie, and anyone who submits an affidavit swears to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.

Before she submitted the probable cause affidavit, Corey was fully aware that Zimmerman had sustained serious injuries to the front and back of his head.  The affidavit said that her investigators “reviewed” reports, statements and “photographs” that purportedly “detail[ed] the following.” It then went on to describe “the struggle,” but it deliberately omitted all references to Zimmerman’s injuries which were clearly visible in the photographs she and her investigators reviewed.  That is Hamlet without the Prince! The judge deciding whether there is probable cause to charge the defendant with second degree murder should not have been kept in the dark about physical evidence that is so critical to determining whether a homicide occurred, and if so, a homicide of what degree.  By omitting this crucial evidence, Corey deliberately misled the court.

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  • mrbean

    Angela Corey has not only filed an affidavit that does not even come close to miminum standards for peobable cause for the arrest on any charge, let alone a tremendous overreach with the charge for 2nd degree murder. Trayvon Martin had six diamond rings taken away from him and burglary tools he could not explain for which he was suspended at school that week. Zimmerman is being railroaded for justifiable homicide and even if he is found not guilty, he will be finacially ruined, will not be able to get a job easily, will have to move and even change his name, as his life is already threatened by Back Panther chimpout thugs. The 6' 1" 180lb Martin attacked and had Zimmerman on the road smashing his head into the concrete. He would have been justified in emptying the whole magazine in Martin.

    • Moaia

      mrbean,
      The autopsy states that Martin was 5'11 and 158 pounds, not 6'1" and 180 pounds.
      Martin's suspension for that week was related to possession of an empty marijuana baggie, not possession of burglary tools.
      The Black Panthers placed a bounty on George Zimmerman for surrender/capture – dead or alive – they did not threaten him.
      None of your post is accurate.

      • Lee

        Moaia,
        If you don't recognize the Black Panther bit as a "Threat" you are not very bright. Secondly, while not the immediate cause of his suspension, the bit about the rings and tools is fact. Trayvon Martin's Facebook and Twitter accounts both make it only too clear that he was a thug. He had drugs in his blood at the time of death. I think he was proud of it.
        His parents should have done a better job of raising him, but they didn't.

      • oldtimer

        If you read the article in the Miami news paper, I wish I could remember author, Martin was suspended for marijuana but did have in his possession burglary tools.

        • oldtimer

          forgot to add, he also had items of womens jewelry which he said belonged to a friend

      • mrbean

        Yassah, Missy Mosaia, Trayvon beez a goot chile an awl dat stuft abouts dah diamond rinks an dah buglary tools dah poooolice dun tooks fum Trayvon beez irevarent. An dah coronaw dun lie abouts his drugs in hiim system cause Trayvon beex a brutha. An his internet youtube dat sho him tah beez a thug a lie too. Dah pooolice says dat Trayvon dun attack Zimmerman cause he beez caught casing dah neigbawhood by Zimmerman. Zimmerman den shoot Trayvon one time cause he being wupped on. Trayvon tinks he beez bad, now it be so sad, he gits him shot, den he die, an watta comes tah meh eye.

        • Ghostwriter

          You're not helping matters with your "Amos n' Andy" routine,mrbean.

    • Chris Gleason

      I agree 100%! Corey caved to pressure from the black community. The only possible finding in this case is self-defense. This is an object lesson for all of us – defend yourself from a white person, okay; defend yourself from a black person, you're in jail! And if you are a black person, it's open season on whites.

  • just the facts

    Don't you guys think that the deceased has a right to have his side.of the.story told? Who will speak for him? Despite your obvious hatred of a dead teenager,.none of you were there that night. So you have no idea what really happened. Right? Just making sure you remember that.

    • Ken

      How about you remember that Zimmerman deserves a fair trial nased on the facts obtained, not one tainted by conjured public outrage, race baiters, or a prosecutor trying to make a name for herself!! As your name states, "just the facts". ALL the facts!! Not just those that favor the prosecution!!

    • bradbrzezinski

      "your obvious hatred of a dead teenager"

      That statement indicates what's gone wrong. There is no obvious hatred. Perhpas some here do hate Trayvon Martin but no-one has shown a sign of it. It is you, 'just the facts' who has succumbed to tribalism and emotion over this case.

      • Looking4Sanity

        "Tribalism" Good one! lol! THAT'S going in my lexicon.

    • James Denney

      The prosecutor has a right and obligation to speak for the deceased Martin; she also has an obligation and duty to speak the truth, and speak the truth completely. This she has not done.

      • coyote3

        No the state does not speak for the state. It speaks for the state, if those interests coincide, then fine, if not, fine. The state does not represent the "Estate of Trayvon Martin". The rest of your post is correct.

    • http://www.themadjewess.wordpress.com MAD JEWESS

      The dead teen died b/c he was beating up a 'white Hispanian' who couldnt take anymore blows to the head.

    • D'andre Washington

      Idiot

      • coyote3

        You certainly didn't attempt to disprove anything he said. That is because you have no idea what is required when you submit an affidavit. Please leave this to the professional, and Ms. Corey has, apparently, chose to be in a mob of amateurs.

    • Jeamar

      Who will speak for the deceased? Jessie Jackson. Al Sharpton. Barrak Obama. Eric Holder. NAACP. Need I go on?

  • kneegrowplz

    I am George Zimmerman

    • tagalog

      No! I'M George Zimmerman!

  • Liquidmark

    hmm, I'm pretty sure the prosecutor's affidavit just needs to have the prosecutor's reasons for why they believe the defendant should stand trial. I'm pretty sure that prosecutors are not supposed to be impartial.

    Corey is charging Zimmerman with acting negligently. Zimmerman's trivial injuries were a result of his behavior.

    The instant Zimmerman got out of his car and pursued TM, the odds of him getting beat up went through the roof.

    Had he acted reasonably by staying in his car or identifying himself, the incident would not have occurred.

    • Lee

      Anyone who is "pretty sure" against one of the greatest of legal authorities of our time is 'pretty sure' to be wrong. Zimmerman's injuries were not trivial and he had every right to be out of his car. His actions were all reasonable, but those of Martin were not.

    • Jimi Belton

      Zimm was doing the job that he had been asked to do….be a Watchman for his home and his neighbors homes….Get off this ROT about what he should of done, or not have done….He was doing what he was entrusted to do….watch for the security of his community….You sad sops cannot seem to accept that little trey [12 year old trey] was a hardened thug, already a seasoned gang banger…..good riddance to the bum…Too bad a certain OJS could not of tasted justice for his evil that some very slick lawyers saw to it that truth was suppressed and a murderer was freed upon society, by a well purchased dream team…h`mmmm…Any remorse, anyone ???????

    • kafir4life

      Thank God we don't need a trial or any further investigation as Liquidmark has it figured out. He knows exactly what happened, and can determine triviality and reason. We can save a bundle if we eliminate the court system and just ask Liquidmark for a ruling.
      But with our current system, it seems the prosecutor needs at least a refresher course or two in law, or a job where "would you like fries with that" is considered appropriate.

    • Looking4Sanity

      We're all pretty sure you couldn't even find your way to your own county courthouse without a police escort. Why on earth would we want to take legal advice from you?

    • pagegl

      Zimmerman was carrying a 9mm semi-automatic handgun. If he had been pursuing Martin as you suggest what do you think are the chances he would have been surprised and had the crap knocked out of him? If he was hunting down Martin with the intent to kill him as so many of your ilk have suggested don't you think he would have pulled the trigger as soon as it appeared Martin was going to attack him? If you don't think so consider that allowing yourself to be attacked, have your head beaten against the ground,and slugged in the face would probably greatly increase the chances that you would lose control of the firearm at which point your attacker probably would gain control of it.

    • coyote3

      You are just lying, George Zimmerman is not charged with acting "negligently" Exiting the car, in an of itself, even following Martin, is not an element of the crime.

    • tagalog

      Prosecutors don't have to be impartial, but they have an ethical duty to do justice to the best of their ability. That means things like don't overcharge the defendant with crimes.

    • tagalog

      No; the prosecutor has to have probable cause to believe that the defendant has committed the crime charged. The police also have to have probable cause to arrest the defendant. Probable cause is a loose term, but in general it means a reasonable belief that the actions and (as best as can be determined) the intentions of the defendant meet the elements of the crime to be charged.

      In this case, the crime is second-degree murder. I don't know what Florida's second-degree murder statue requires, but it's at least a killing that was done without premeditation, knowingly and with at least a reckless disregard for human life. There are surely other elements that have to be met.

      Prof. Dershowitz has made a study of the Florida law, he is a skilled lawyer and legal scholar, and I would accept his evaluation of the statute implicity. He says there's no probable cause for a second-degree murder charge and I believe him. If his analysis is louder than some of the posters here want it to be, there's always a change of venue to a court where there's been less attention paid to this matter.

  • StarDavid

    Hahaha…serious injuries. If those are 'serious injuries' I'm a monkey's uncle. Those are injuries sustained while 'somebody' tried to keep him from using a gun. George Zimmerman is a pansy, candy-assed punk.

    • Looking4Sanity

      …but he's ALIVE…isn't he?

    • http://www.themadjewess.wordpress.com MAD JEWESS

      You are just a racist.

    • tagalog

      "Serious" in this context depends on whose ox is being gored. If it were Trayvon Martin whose body was found to have the lacerations on the back of his scalp, no doubt George Zimmerman would have been likened to those lynch mob people who castrated their black victims before murdering them. The black lobby would have been crying that Martin was beaten to within an inch of his life before that life was taken from him by a violent racist pig.

  • http://frontpagemag.com Robert harrison

    I just have four words to say: Thank you Professor Dershowitz !

    • Looking4Sanity

      Amen and ditto!

      • wctaqiyya

        Ditto again.

  • Anamah

    Thank you Alan for let us hear your voice. I am horrified as we are entering in a lynching culture. It seems to me, this case shows an unacceptable behavior in a country of laws. Public opinion has no weight and we do not appreciate the nasty political mob calling to witch-hunt and demagoguery of a deplorable level.

    • Byron

      I don't trust Zimmerman. There are too many things in this case that draw attention to his over zealous actions towards black youths in his complex:

      1. every 911 call is about a black male in the area.
      2. every black male is a criminal in his mind.
      3. what crime was trayvon shot for?
      4. Trayvon should have the right to defend himself if he is pursued by a pervert or child molester? How would Trayvon know since Zimmerman had no official authority to pursue him?
      5. If Trayvon was a white teen would Zimmerman chase him down with a Gun?
      6. Zimmerman has record of violence.
      7. He was obviously angry on the 911 calls for no reason other than a black youth walking in the rain with a head cover. This seems odd to me.

      Why is everyone defending this man?

      • Lee

        Plainly, everyone is not defending Zimmerman. But those who can make clear logical distinctions and properly access the known facts are. That is a major difference. It is a fact that 'black males' are a major criminal factor which is why the prisons are full of them. Such crimes fill my local newspaper day after day. They probably fill yours as well.

        Martin was shot because be was inflicting serious injury to Zimmerman, serious enough that he was in fear for his life. And it is Martin who had a history of violence, i.e., the beating up of the bus driver bragged about on his Twitter account. It is also plain from the autopsy information that it was Martin who attacked Zimmerman and not the other way around.
        Zimmerman's voice does not indicate anger on the 911 call and he did not identify Martin as black until he was asked. What he did indicate was strange behavior such as you might see in a person contemplating a burglary. Martin certainly was not returning straight "home" to his father's girl friend's place.

      • angela

        i fully agree with you byron, if george zimmerman have never left his car, trayvon would be alive today. He did not know this strange man following him and george failed to identify himself, besides trayvon was on the phone with his girlfriend, how could he just attack zimmerman when he didn't even know this man, stand the ground law applied to trayvon in this case, he had every right to defend himself and try to save his own life

        • pagegl

          We have no proof, other than implication by reporters in the MSM, that Zimmerman pursued Martin. There are other implications made by the MSM that have been shown to be false. So, why would you believe the implication he pursued Martin?

      • Supreme_Galooty

        Good grief, there Byron. If people were wondering whether or not you are an abject idiot, they aren't wondering any more. Nice job.

  • Qwauna

    Well seems that jokes are on SPD. All the witnesses has recanted their statements, and stated that they were lead to give statements Zimmerman. By the way wasn't Shellie Zimmerman under oath when she spoke about their financial status?

  • Qwauna

    Well seems that jokes are on SPD. All the witnesses has recanted their statements, and stated that they were lead to give statements Zimmerman favor. By the way wasn't Shellie Zimmerman under oath when she spoke about their financial status?

    • coyote3

      That is lie, and you are a liar. Checked on this. None of the witnesses have "recanted" (as in I didn't see, what I said I saw). There are some later interviews that are conflicting, in some details, but only one (1) has portrayed Martin as anywhere near the aggressor.

  • lisa3

    It's pretty obvious a publicist or business manager type told this pathetic has-been he could kick start his paid TV appearances by saying inflammatory things like this. Now every skinhead with a computer is parroting this nonsense in their blogs as if Dershowitz was God. It's sad. I wouldn't think the extra cash would be worth looking so foolish.

    • Looking4Sanity

      Why do you hate Jooos, Lisa?

      • lisa3

        No, I love juice L4S. Apparently my point was too subtle for you. I suggest you find a copy of "The Cat in the Hat", and work your way forward. Sadly (from your viewpoint) by the time you've mastered it, George will still be either in jail or smack in the middle of the many trials he has waiting for him should the citizens of Florida behave with the same acumen they did in the Casey Anthony trial. Hell, even the UN Human Rights Commission wants a crack at him, lmao! You are being played by the professor. Cheers!

        • Looking4Sanity

          In a just world, George Zimmerman would be given a medal in the public square for meritorious service.

          Also…you are an idiot.

          • lisa3

            Well he certainly seems to think he deserves one. After he murdered someone's child and knew Trayvon wasn't planning the jewelry heist his ultra-sensitive cop-wannabe antennae had picked up from the ether he still put the self-serving quote about "good people doing nothing" on his first money-grubbing website. That would be the one he lied to the judge about. If the state of Florida wasn't actually bending over backward for this piece of human crap his wife would be in jail on perjury charges right now, sport. Now get back to that book.

          • Looking4Sanity

            If your “child” ever tries with me what Martin pulled on Zimmerman, I'd happily “murder” him or her in the exact same way..

          • LazyBoyPatriot

            If the bullet fits, you must acquit.

          • Looking4Sanity

            "Parents, teach… your children well…" -Crosby, Stills & Nash

          • LazyBoyPatriot

            'Sounds like a pitch from Abercrombie and Fitch.
            http://blog.timesunion.com/marshall/abercrombie-f

          • Looking4Sanity

            I had no idea the song was still that trendy or I wouldn't have used the quote. ;o)

          • Looking4Sanity

            I was going for "eclectic"!

          • lisa3

            Huh?

          • Kevin Stowell

            A play on this little inanity: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iy7Fb5oB9Ac

          • lisa3

            Oh, yeah. I remember Johnny Cochran's bit of theatre – I guess the "bullet fits" is supposed to be a clever way of saying TM deserved to die.

          • Looking4Sanity

            He sure did! That sort of explains why he's dead, doesn't it? And if "TM" was white we wouldn't even be having this conversation…and you KNOW IT.

          • lisa3

            That argument is called a tautology L4S. In fact, I don't believe George killed TM because he is black, or that he racially profiled him. Obviously, he profiled him as a criminal but unlike others, I don't presume to know what thoughts they harbor about racial issues. If you believe yourself qualified to judge my level of intelligence, where is the evidence that you are in fact, equipped to do that? I'm not seeing it. You sound like you were born and raised in Rio Linda.

          • Looking4Sanity

            You have to be the neediest biatch I've encountered all week. Go suck the life out of your husband if you have one. You're not getting any validation from me.

          • lisa3

            Oh I totally understand dude -you and Kevin will be too busy at the Super 8 Motel validating each other's peckers (if you have them) to bother with anything other than maybe another tin of dip and a 12-pack. You're welcome, by the way. It's not every day I get to play matchmaker.

          • Kevin Stowell

            Feed into stereotypes much? Well, at least you're an independent thinker…as far as you know.

          • lisa3

            You're OK Kevin. Maybe you can help your friend L4S sound more coherent.

          • Kevin Stowell

            He's passionate, no doubt about that.

          • Kevin Stowell

            I immediately recognized the whole situation for the political theatre it was destined to become so I didn't really pay that much attention to it. Usually, when the Left try to make political hay outta something like that, you can almost immediately conclude that the bad guy was, indeed, the one who died.

            Frankly, Scarlett, I don't give a d***.

          • Looking4Sanity

            This is what this entire conversation reminds me of:
            http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1bhlh_rodney-da

          • Kevin Stowell

            Ha ha. I forgot about that one–thanks. The "thick" is serious on this one.

          • Looking4Sanity

            LOL! We didn't even have to scream "SAY IT! SAY IT!" to get her to holler "racism"! Hilarious!

          • Kevin Stowell

            'Sure is easy to be a racist these days, isn't it? Does it ever occur to you how gloomy is the outlook of a country in which the noblest aspiration of whole generations is to falsely label people they don't know with something that is so seldom true, not a significant problem in the ordering of man's affairs and, worse yet, is the only thing they "know?"

            God help us.

          • Looking4Sanity

            That's where 50 years of Democrat controlled education has brought us. Mark Levin was wrong. This isn't Ameritopia. We're living in an Idiocracy.

            BTW…Mark Levin would hang up on this daffy bimbo in 10 seconds flat!

          • Kevin Stowell

            Have you also noticed how it seems to be an article of faith for them? Salvation through false accusations–how zat work? Race worship–how zat work?

          • Looking4Sanity

            I don't know brother. Something's got to be wobbly in the brain pan to think you can get cleaner by flinging mud on someone else.

            Maybe the idea is that once we all have mud slung on us we'll all look black and then we can all get along?

            Kum by yah, baby! Let the healing begin…you dirty racist! lol!

          • Kevin Stowell

            Ha ha. You're killin' me. That analysis actually makes sense in the RegressoTard sorta way.

            Until tomorrow…

          • Looking4Sanity

            Tomorrow's another day.

          • Looking4Sanity

            It actually really kinda does. I've heard that "We're gonna make everyone the same color" plan in the past…only it wasn't mud they were planning on slinging.

          • Looking4Sanity

            You realize that if you were sitting next to me , you'd actually be wearing mud right now, don't you?

          • Kevin Stowell

            Would that make me one of the "mud people?" Soilist!

          • Looking4Sanity

            Now that you mention it, this idea is a two fer! Now only would we gain instant minority victim status, but we'd also fit in with the “green” crowd! We'd be organic.

          • Kevin Stowell

            Imagine the "in" we'd have on getting "green" jobs. "I'm of the Earf."

          • Looking4Sanity

            Jobs my butt. The government would be throwing money at us like it was free. We'd never have to work again!

          • Kevin Stowell

            Solyndra eleison!

          • pagegl

            Did Martin deserve to die? Probably not. But, if the evidence supports Zimmerman's contention that Martin attacked him, and at least some of it does, Zimmerman had a right to defend himself.

          • lisa3

            What did he do, L4S? The rest of us weren't there, so we don't know.

          • Looking4Sanity

            Yeah. We kinda DO know what happened. It's called “physical evidence” and it doesn't lie to you like your emotions do.

          • lisa3

            The only demonstrated liar is George Zimmerman. The only person with a criminal record and documented history of violence is George Zimmerman. Go ask Veronica Zuazo about that. I read that medical report. It doesn't say anything specific about his injuries except that they were not serious enough for stitches or even an X-ray of his poor witto bump on his nose. I did get a kick out of the giant white bandage he decided to wear on his visit to the SPD the next day. The doctor didn't put that thing on his head or tell him to do it. You guys don't seem very informed so it's been fun, I'll leave you to wallow in your racist swamp.

          • Looking4Sanity

            ROFLMAO@U!Who's talking like they were there now?!?You! You hypocritical moron!Now…STFU and blow away.

          • lisa3

            I read the report, L4S. What's more – I understood it. And uhhhhmm you r a uhhh a idiot and uhhh moron. Uhhh was that funny everbody? Please tell me you don't breed.

          • Looking4Sanity

            Ask your daughter.

          • Kevin Stowell

            ROTFL

          • Patriot2Opine

            Poor Lisa. She is an example of an armchair attorney with high emotional ideals and ill equipped to defend them. Wannabe lawyers intrigue me almost as much as the practicing ambulance chasers.

            Facts are toys for most. First, avoid facts that may hurt the case. Second, when facts can not be avoided, distort them enough to cause dismissal or create argumentative chaos. Third, when facts can not be avoided or distorted use them to create an alternate possibility in favor or your case.

            Right out of the progressive liberal playbook. Correlations? You bet.

          • Looking4Sanity

            I think she's a semi-retired hooker from Jersey. You know…the kind that is no longer attractive enough to support her own crack habit? She seems to know an awful lot about Super 8 motels. Probably well versed in IHOP and Waffle House too.

          • Patriot2Opine

            Dark truck stops are probably the only place she could shill her ahem, stuff.

          • Looking4Sanity

            Probably got an ad on Craig's List!

          • Patriot2Opine

            I have a philosophy regarding self preservation.

            If progressive liberals were truly so passive as to not engage in self defense, why are there so many?

            The answer is clear. They lie.

          • Looking4Sanity

            Either that, or they breed like cockroaches. I'm going with…both.

          • lisa3

            I'm not a progressive, Mr Patriot. It makes it very hard to take you seriously when you so easily assume things about other people that have no basis in fact. All the misogynist insults toward me from you and others I actually welcome, for they only tip your hand about your true character.

          • Patriot2Opine

            You are right I did insult you. Misogyny is a bit of a stretch though don't you think. I did not display any hatred of women. As a matter of fact my reference to the oldest profession did not display a hatred and my jokingly wondering about getting the rib back was only meant to stir thought regarding the tree of knowledge and Eden.

            It does speak volumes regarding your thoughts centering on victimization however. Without all of the facts you place a victim status on a young man who did engage in violence and suffered the consequence accordingly whether just or not. Was it because he was black? Do you suffer from some form of racist guilt?

            Just a minor part in the greater PC movement. A tool of the progressive left to silence critical thought. So if you are not a progressive why make use of their covetous tools?

            I do not hate, I do despise willful ignorance regardless of gender, race, religion, or political affiliation. Fair enough?

          • Looking4Sanity

            My, my. She seems to have a little label for everyone she disagrees with, doesn't she? If she can't pin "racist" on you then you MUST be a "Misogynist".

            It amazes me how these people can come on a web site they hate, spout off with an opinion they know is unpopular, and then claim vicitm-hood status when the inevitable blowback arrives.

            It's almost as if she had a playbook to use as a guide, wouldn't you say?

          • Patriot2Opine

            Uh huh, "Rules for Radicals" comes to mind.

            Again, poor lisa. She has been assimilated and does her duty as part of the collective. Too bad for them that they are incapable of due diligence but truly a boon for us.

          • Looking4Sanity

            And yet she runs around telling everyone she is a "Republican".

            Aren't sabotage and character assassination also directly out of Rules For Radicals?

          • Patriot2Opine

            Sure are. But then what do we know right?

            How dare we employ them ourselves. We don't have time to read them what with clinging to our guns and bibles while fomenting antipathy toward others.

          • Looking4Sanity

            You left out “dipping snuff and swilling beer” (her words). Does that sound to you like an accusation a Republican would make?

          • lisa3

            That was "buying a tin of dip and a 12-pack, L4S. I'm saddened by the fact that all of you are continuing to claim that I'm a progressive despite my telling you over and over that I'm not. You all are engaging in groupthink at it's worst. Rules For Radicals? You can't be serious. Can you? If so, L4S, let me take a couple more gems from your playbook. You are a moron and a idiot. My suggestion to you would be to stop reading these tripe blogs and get yourself a real education. I'm not saying there is no place for this kind of stuff but it should come after you have a firm fsum terms.oundation in frame of reference so you'll know where to place it and stop thinking in such zero

          • lisa3

            sum terms.

          • lisa3

            And don't say anything is anyone's words unless they are. It makes you sound like you have a short attention span.

          • Looking4Sanity

            1.) That's a distinction without a difference.

            2.) If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck…it's usually a duck.

            3.) See what I mean about you being a needy biatch?

          • lisa3

            Well, gosh – is this really the 101st comment since you got this party started, L4 (I don't think you know)? There's been lots of attacks about labeling. Who did it first, L4 ? Who must've been holding stereotypes in their mind to write that in the first place? I didn't mention the professor's religion or ethnicity. You did. I called him a charlatan. They come in all shapes and sizes. Why did ask me that, L4? Maybe you think in "labels".

          • lisa3

            You are an imbecile. Your friends really need to help you out with some intensive tutoring.

          • ObamaBoi

            I gave up on all that a long time ago. What floats my boat now is handling vipers, speaking in tongues, drinking poison, and dating my sister. :o)

          • 4_Constitution

            Morning.

            Uh oh. Have you been hanging around Macnvettes again? Remember how he used to accuse all of the Christians of doing those things?

          • ObamaBoi

            Good morning, 4. Yeah, mac had an indelible meme in him. This is one of the reasons I hold out hope for beating these people; if most of what they think they know is wrong, they'll be dealing with fantasy while the rest of us are fixing reality.

          • Looking4Sanity

            Whatever makes you happy, Goober!

          • ObamaBoi

            Ha. Jus' trying to save lisa some typing. :o)

          • Looking4Sanity

            With a handle like you're using…it could have gone either way. ;o)

          • lisa3

            I don't get it. :-/

          • ObamaBoi

            I saved you the trouble of typing unwarranted, gratuitous assignment of labels usually used for demonization purposes. Just part of the service, Ma'am.

          • lisa3

            You saved me the trouble of responding to a bunch of incomprehensible gibberish by calling everyone a Goober? Uh, thanks. I guess. Who's mac? I like to know who I'm calling a Goober. What's with all the name changes? You're like the Sybil of Gooberville.

          • ObamaBoi

            L4S called me Goober. mac is a virulently anti-Christian fellow we knew from earlier times. He still shows up once in a while though I don't recall ever seeing him on FP. I don't think you're getting the stagger of the replies right.

          • lisa3

            Perhaps I'm not. I noticed the Goober Discrepancy but decided it wouldn't matter to anyone anyway so I left it as it was.

          • lisa3

            It is fair enough, Patriot. The only thing I base my statements on are the documents released by the prosecutors. I don't identify with the progressive left. I've never voted for a Democrat. Cast my first vote for Reagan. Been a GOP delegate as well. I'm a white Anglo-Saxon protestant who was a Catholic until my mom got booted from the Church for divorcing my dad. I don't understand why, when we only have two main parties, if you disagree with your party mates on anything you are automatically assumed to be polar opposites in thought. I think L4S and the entity formerly known as Kevin are trying to find out if I've ever had tea with William Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn.

          • ForConstitution

            Morning fellas!

            I see ya'll are still in a good mood this morning. I read that Walker won by an even bigger margin than he did before. Rush is right. The whole nation go a view of what unions really are and how they behave when they don't get their way.

            Ya'll are making me crack up this morn.

          • Looking4Sanity

            We have our moments, I suppose. It seems we just can't resist that low hanging fruit.

          • Patriot2Opine

            Kind of in the genes. That whole tree of knowledge thing you know.

            I wonder if it's too late to ask for the rib back?

          • Looking4Sanity

            Now you've got me thinking about applewood smoked ribs! Mmmm.

          • Kevin Stowell

            New Texican, mesquite-smoked with sides of slaw and refrieds. Whooolawd!

          • lisa3

            This comment certainly explains why this website has so many "Choose Your Asian Lady" ads. I didn't know you guys were THAT creepy.

          • Patriot2Opine

            If it bothers you so much, why are you on the site? Searching for another reason to claim victim status?

          • Looking4Sanity

            Yep. That's how they pad their liberal PC resumes.

            Or perhaps it's some form of liberal penance akin to self flagellation. She certainly took a rhetorical beating on this one.

          • lisa3

            What the hell are you talking about? I'm on this site because it's fun. I had gone away but just came back to comment on the lovely Mrs Zimmerman's arrest and saw that you all continued to trash me amongst yourselves, so I responded. Say, how about that Shellie, huh? Guess KY Sales are going up up up in Rio Linda tonight.

          • Patriot2Opine

            Top of the day to ya.

            We got a sneak preview of what is to come. Instead of learning that we aren't going to tolerate their behavior they see it as they weren't shameless enough. What a bunch of entitlement whiners.

          • 4_Constitution

            Oops that was me.

            Angela Corey is a prime example of how much the left really hates the 1st amendment.

          • Kevin Stowell

            "Wannabe lawyers"

            No kidding, huh? That seems to be a fort of the Left–all of them imagining themsleves to be mouthpieces. So much passion, so few qualifications…

          • Patriot2Opine

            For them it is all about dreams and never placing the effort forth to bring them to fruition. They would live vicariously through champions like Sharpton, Obama, Pelosi, or Oprah. Reality sneaks up and bites them in the arse every so often which disrupts the dream scape and they get all indignant. I believe there may be a thesis emerging here.

          • Kevin Stowell
          • lisa3

            You are so breathtakingly lost. I wish I had time to explain why.

          • Patriot2Opine

            Ok lisa, I will open the door for your explanation by extending an apology for insulting you regarding the dark truck stop comment.

            I did read your comments, and it seems to me that you are lost in emotion. Try pulling it in and looking at how the media and the apparatchiks of the race division (Sharpton, Jackson, et. al.) jump at any opportunity to keep the cash coming by manipulating the story. First using misrepresentation, misdirection, pandering, and finally Alinsky's rules in order to inflame the situation and disrupt the legal system.

          • Looking4Sanity

            Do you really want to open that can of worms? You know you're just going to get them all over you.

          • Patriot2Opine

            I haven't been fishing in a while and it isn't likely that she will be able to make a solid case without plying the tools of the left. If what she says is true ("I am not a progressive") then it may be interesting to see more of the dichotomous nature of her argument.

          • lisa3

            First let me deal with a misconception. I do not feel like a victim. I suspect my use of the word "misogyny" reminded you of the nauseating left pseudo-intellectuals who love to throw it around along with "diaspora" and "polemicist". I was more curious as to why you chose that form of attack, but I really don't care. Although if you'd said that to my daughter I'd have hired one of Richard Kuklinski's direct descendants to turn you into a eunuch. I'm not really opposed to vigilante justice in some cases. If you have a daughter you can probably relate.

            Now are we disagreeing about whether people like Sharpton and Jackson exploited this case for publicity? No. Their appearance was so predictable it's a wonder anyone even notices they aren't part of the wallpaper. The only interest there would've been if the two of them had engaged in fisticuffs for optimal camera angle.

            So i'm confused about what you mean by "lost in emotion". I do have some emotions regarding the case, but I doubt if they are what you are thinking of.– If you could clarify that I'd appreciate it.

          • Patriot2Opine

            In your attempt to frame an argument you stated, "The only demonstrated liar is George Zimmerman. The only person with a criminal record and documented history of violence is George Zimmerman." Are you attempting to say that Zimmerman is predisposed to murder?

            Let's look at some additional facts regarding that nice youngster Trayvon. Now remember that Trayvon was a minor which means that his entire record is not available to the public.

            Have you seen a current picture of the 17 year old Trayvon Martin? I have.

            Did you know that he was over six feet tall and weighed more than 170 pounds?

            Did you know that he was suspended from school for possession of jewelry that he claimed that he found? After examination the items he was in possession of were declared stolen by burglary victims.

            I don't know if Zimmerman is guilty of murder or not. I wouldn't jump to that conclusion. I would like to hear all of the evidence first. The point I am making here is that what has been shamelessly pranced around in the media and through the race division acolytes is that Trayvon Martin was a cute little kid that wouldn't hurt a soul. Perhaps the city bus driver that he cuffed in the face would think otherwise.

            Do you see where you perhaps went wrong? Do you see how after L4S and others pointed out the logical errors in your argument and you returned with ad hom yourself it is easy for someone to think that you are a progressive liberal. Many of us have been out here for years and the way you present is very similar to the progressive leftist.

          • Looking4Sanity

            Not only has she bought in to the propaganda entirely, she's also in total denial about the fact. I suppose she can't deal with having to admit to herself that she is a gullible fool.

          • Patriot2Opine

            It wasn't much of a stretch to connect her with the looney left. As I stated, I wouldn't jump to any conclusions regarding guilt on Zimmerman's behalf. He did have injuries consistent with eye witness accounts and his personal statement. Martin had a history of violent behavior that was also conveniently ignored by the propaganda machine.

            I wonder how lisa "feels" regarding the case in Texas where a father beat his four year old daughters molester to death? I can guarantee that I would have reacted in a similar manner should the same thing have ever happened to my two daughters or son for that matter. The father caught the perp in the act. Can anyone say berserk rage?

          • 4_Constitution

            I would have done the same thing if someone was hurting my child like that.

          • Patriot2Opine

            It sure wouldn't be hard to see that as an outcome. Any rational parent would react in order to protect their child.

          • lisa3

            You don't have to wonder. Just read what I wrote yesterday which was:

            "Although if you'd said that to my daughter I'd have hired one of Richard Kuklinski's direct descendants to turn you into a eunuch. I'm not really opposed to vigilante justice in some cases. If you have a daughter you can probably relate".

            Although in this case you have to weigh it against the reality that he will be out of his daughter's life entirely. Probably would've been better if he kept his pesky emotional feelings at bay long enough to cooly think through his revenge plans.

          • lisa3

            L4S didn't point out logical errors because he is incapable of sustaining enough concentration to do a reasonable job at deductive reasoning. I'm done responding to him. I should've ignored his first reply about "joos".

            My reference to lies George Zimmerman has told relate only to the case at hand, and refer to the timeline of events and who was doing what and when being inconsistent. You're right if your point is that inconsistency doesn't prove willful intent to deceive. We don't know yet. His deception of the court as to the nature of his financial situation is more problematic.

            I will cede the point you are making regarding propensity to violence. I have read all the stuff that is not making it's way to the media about the drug use, what was in his backpack, what was in his Twitter stream, etc. There was a day when you could assume that things not making it to the evening news meant that those items had not been corroborated. Basic journalistic standards are now nonexistent, so I can't fairly say any of that is a bunch of rumor or gossip. Sad but true.

            I cancelled my cable TV service a year ago and now get my news from a Google news alert. That's how I happened to get this link to Dershowitz's column, so I think they do a pretty good job at delivering a cross-section of sources. I may be smack in the middle of a blog devoted to the NWO/Yale/Bilderberg/CFR conspiracy and not even know it!

          • Looking4Sanity

            "So i'm confused about what you mean by "lost in emotion"

            No, you're not. You're in DENIAL. That's a completely different circumstance.

          • 4_Constitution

            Morning!

            Women like lisa who are ruled by their emotions make me ashamed of my gender.

          • Looking4Sanity

            Fortunately, I don't judge people based on gender…or race. I judge them based on what they say and do.

          • lisa3

            Evening!

            Since you can't possibly know whether or not I'm ruled by my emotions based on the information here, I guess you must've been **feeling***some sort of hysterical indignance towards me? This fantastical misconception caused you to feel ***shame***? Why, *sniff* that's soooooo sad! :"-( Maybe you're lonely and needed to rhetorically bond with the guys? That's sad, too. (((4_Constitution))) hugs <3

          • Looking4Sanity

            Dead men tell no tales. Zimmerman walks. You and all the other liberal do-gooders cry me a river while the world's smallest violin plays "My Heart Bleeds For You".

            End of story.

          • Looking4Sanity

            Well, there it is folks! The inevitable charge of racism. The last refuge of the defeated proglib. Who didn't see THAT coming?!?

          • pagegl

            Ms. Zuazo filed a restraining order against Zimmerman. He, in turn, filed one against her. Both were granted. Kind of sounds like there might have been violence on both sides of that equation.

          • Schlomotion

            Again, I have to laugh reading Charles the Christian talking about how he is at the end of a leash ready to commit murder.

          • Looking4Sanity

            Actually, there is a difference between killing for the purpose of self preservation and murder, Shlub-lotion. You don't even need a Bible to look that one up. Check a law book.BTW? The same applies to you and yours as well.

          • Schlomotion

            Charles, you are a woman-hater, a repressed wannabe vigilante, a person for whom being "right wing" means only making fun of the "left wing." You are the perfect model of the loud Christian excoriated by Jesus.

          • Looking4Sanity

            For someone who doesn't believe in Him, you sure bring him up a lot. And even IF I were all those things you claim I am…I would still be forgiven. How does that make you feel?

          • Schlomotion

            It means nothing because you are mistaken. You would only be forgiven if you could actually relinquish those parts of your character. If a murderer asked for forgiveness from God but kept on murdering, he would not be forgiven. If god existed, he would be smarter than you, and smart enough to know that your actions beg for damnation while your mouth begs for forgiveness. How do I feel? Fortunate to be smart enough to see through you, and saddened by talking to you.

          • Looking4Sanity

            So now you think you're God's personal policy maker? Perhaps you're just clairvoyant and can see what I'm going to do in the future?It's far more likely that you are just a bitter little bag of $h!t who wants to make everyone else as miserable as yourself because your life philosophy is “least common denominator”.

          • Schlomotion

            I am pretty cheerful, despite your travesty of religion and your bloodlust. You on the other hand, should not be happy about the way you speak to your fellow citizens, to women, or about court cases that you have not been seated on.

          • Looking4Sanity

            “I am pretty cheerful, despite your travesty of religion and your bloodlust.”Yeah. You really sound like it. Are you the only one who doesn't know you're lying to yourself? I think you are.

      • lisa3

        Well, gosh – is this really the 101st comment since you got this party started, L4 (I don't think you know)? There's been lots of attacks about labeling. Who did it first, L4 ? Who must've been holding stereotypes in their mind to write that in the first place? I didn't mention the professor's religion or ethnicity. You did. I called him a charlatan. They come in all shapes and sizes. Why did ask me that, L4? Maybe you think in "labels".

        You insist you know for a fact I'm a devotee of Francis Fox Piven. I rejected that and yet you kept trying to pin it on over and over. That suggests a person who is very invested in labeling other people.

        You accused me once again of labeling when I made the dip and 12-pack comment. I shouldn't have done it. I should have ignored your command that I shut up and go suck off my husband if I have one.

        I didn't like your un-Christian comments about Angela Corey, either. So I take back my immature gibe at Shellie Zimmerman. The only person I've ever seen look good in a mug shot is John Edwards, Douche Extrordinaire.

    • ajnn

      'paathetic has been' – huh ?

      nonsense from the irrational left.

      • lisa3

        Yeah. Except I'm a Republican. I'm thrilled about the recall vote in Wisconsin. Can you answer a question for me? How do you expect people to shed their belief that right-wing zealots are stupid when so many, like yourself, can't spell and assume that anyone who disagrees with even the most nutball ideas is a "libtard"?

        Do any of you care that the Professor never spoke to Ms Corey himself and that his inflammatory words are calculating schoolyard antics designed to fatten his bank account? I'm actually embarrassed for you.

        • Ray Sears

          I hope you know that you'll go to hell for lying, the same as for stealing or killing ! You sound like just another " sister " with a grievance against whites or anyone else who would try and stop a criminal, if that criminal was black.

          • lisa3

            So now I'm black? What's the matter with you people? I feel like I've wandered into the headquarters of the 3-Eyed Fish they had on an episode of The Simpsons some years back. You must be surviving by noodling catfish from a contaminated pond.

          • Looking4Sanity

            We don't care WHAT color you are. you're a moron. That's all we need to know about you…and we wish we didn't know that.

        • Looking4Sanity

          You are an emotionally driven moron. Case closed.

        • wctaqiyya

          Lisa my dear, the people who you say regard right wingers as stupid don't really believe that. Except for the stupid ones. The clever libtards know right wingers are smart, they just say otherwise because they sometimes run out of other bad words to use. Intelligent people don't worry about what libtards think. You shouldn't either. As for that hag Corey, she should either get out of the kitchen if she can't take some heat or she should put on an apron, kick off her shoes and go to work in a kitchen. Washing dishes.

          • lisa3

            If you want to bait me you're going to have to do a better job of it. Calling a woman a "hag" with references to stereotypical images of kitchens and the like won't work with me. They've been done to death so most of us just yawn. There. I gave you a freebie word you can attempt to riff off of and offend me with some boring blowjob jokes or something. zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz Of course there are smart right-wingers. They are embarrassed by the rank and file who answer questions with a paragraph full of phony servile old-school black dialect like mrbean did up the page a mile or two. That's embarrassin' to people like Alan Keyes and Thomas Sowell, isn't it?

        • Looking4Sanity

          "Except I'm a Republican."

          No. You're a lying bag of crap looking for a sucker who will believe you. The search continues.

  • reason1984

    Angela Corey = Mike (Duke Lacrosse) Nifong in a skirt.

    If I had a son he would look like Brian Terry.

    • Looking4Sanity

      If I had a son, he would think like Alan Dershowitz!

  • Docport

    Can Angela Corey be so stupid? Just to give her the benefit of [reasonable] doubt, which, as Dershowitz eloquently articulates, she didn't afford Zimmerman: is it possible that someone else posed as her in the call to Harvard, threatening to sue Harvard and Dershowitz and have him disbarred? If it really was her calling, you wonder how she managed to graduate from high school, let alone college and law school.

    • Johncdavidson

      The fact is that we do not know if the community sought to have someone look out for their interests due to a rash of burgleries. If so, then it is sad that soon, people will no longer care about the safety of their neighbors

      There is no justice if so many jump to conclusions.

    • Looking4Sanity

      two words…

      Blonde Liberal

  • Jimi Belton

    Is this the same Alan D. that fought so hard to see OJ simpson go free….Usually i have a lot of respect for the great men and women that write on this web site…I simply cannot understand how a person knowingly will fight with true of untrue to see a murderer set free….I do not think that being a wealthy and popular man like OJS, gives him the right to waltz out of a court room free as a bird, just because he had the money and means to buy off such a dream team….Speak about TRUTH…..hahaha

    • Looking4Sanity

      Just to be clear here…you're trashing someone for being good at their job?

    • Chris Gleason

      Mr. Dershowitz fought for OJ Simpson because OJ was his client. Attorneys are not required to defend only innocent people; everyone is entitled to a fair, speedy and public trial and to be represented by counsel. If I would accused of murder I would want Mr. Dershowitz to defend me, innocent or guilty.

      • coyote3

        Actually, I agree with you, except innocent does not necessarily have anything to do with guilty/not guilty, which is what counts. They don't find you "innocent", and don't care if you are "innocent". They find you guilty if the government proved all of the elements of the crime beyond a reasonable doubt, or not guilty, if the government failed to prove one or more elements of the crime, beyond a reasonable doubt.

    • coyote3

      Well, O.J. Simpson was not guilty, innocence is irrelevant.

  • John C. Davidson

    It is time for our legal system to stop playing politics and start using common sense when dealing with criminal cases.

    It is sad that this prosecuter sought to quell Mr. Dershowitz’ opinion in this matter while not condemming the actions of the media & radicals seeking to condemn the accused without due process.

  • lisa3

    mr bean you forgot to tell everybody that Trayvon was turned into a maniac by an exotic drug called "lean", that consists of cough medicine and that exact flavor of Arizona tea! If you study that 7-11 video frame by frame you'll find out that Trayvon was actually a drug dealer! —and that 5 mysterious fellow thugs met up with him, then they all snuck off next to the Slurpee machine and whipped up a batch of the stuff,

    And what about the fight club? You know, the one that proves Trayvon is a violent maniac? The kind of monster who bashes somebody's head into the cement hard enough to cause two cuts less than an inch long and superficial depth? — and by the way where is the review of systems in that medical report? The one that would tell us what exactly what was there as opposed to a fat rubber stamp on the complaints he wanted documented?

  • tagalog

    If she wants to sue Harvard Law School, send a complaint to the appropriate Grievance Committe(s), and sue Mr. Dershowitz for defamation of character, those things are her right. I say you go girl. Dershowitz has broad shoulders; he can handle that (obviously, ask for attorney's fees in the answer). See where it gets you. Does she REALLY want to put her character in issue? A great deal could be said indeed about what kind of a character in a prosecutor causes her to see a case like Zimmerman's as appropriate for a second-degree murder charge.

  • Barrymc

    Well done professor. Thank you for sharing.

  • kong.ming

    Sue Alan Dershowitz and Harvard Law for slander. That's good. Is next up invading Russia in the winter?

    It's scary that people with such judgment can send others to the death chamber.

  • pierce

    Is this what we are getting for prosecutorial candidates? The other comment is is she competent? My god, blame Alan, it makes no sense.

  • Chris Gleason

    That she wanted to sue someone for expressing a contrary opinion says it all.

  • wctaqiyya

    Just another example of why women should not be permitted to vote, hold public office, drive or operate heavy machinery. Left to their own devices, laboring under the illusion they are equal to the task and given power to act, women will always go too far. That's why I advocate setting up an all female army. Once they are trained, we can dump em anywhere in the world and they will kill everything in site. Sort of like the aliens in those movies by the same name. Didn't this female prosecutor earn her reputation by prosecuting a 12 year old as an adult? Raging hormones. Just saying.

    Send all your PMS hate mail to Mr. Dershowitz please, he brought it up.

    • tagalog

      I don't know if you're joking or not, but Amen, brother!

  • BrianR

    Angela Corey has abused her position as prosecutor, and should be thoroughly discredited if not fired. I believe she bit off more than she could chew while going after Professor Dershowitz. However, other targets, without money and influence are under notice that they will be sued or fired or otherwise lose by having to defend themselves against frivolous accusations. This abuse of the law by prosecutors, and department of Justice officials, must stop, or else we are truly living in a lawless society.

  • Schlomotion

    Mr. Dershowitz with his inimicus briefs in the press is like a horsefly biting Prosecutor Corey in the neck and sucking her blood while she is trying to carry a heavy trial. His cackling and pinpricking while she attempts to shoo him away without dropping the trial is such an obnoxious display of pseudo-litigation. What is this poor woman to do? Is she supposed to stop the prosecution and answer this fiend who uses the aegis of Harvard as a Tee Vee Lawyer to Harvey Levin his way into tabloid success? Mr. Dershowitz is accusing Angela Corey of avarice, of crimes, of political partiality, and now making fun of the fact that she is angry but still restrained. It looks to me like Mr. Dershowitz is trying to cause a mistrial as well as destroy her career during the possibly yearlong free period where he knows he can slander her in the press without her being able to answer.

    • coyote3

      .Well, if she can't run with the big dogs, then this twist should stay on the porch. Ms. Corey is supposed to conduct herself as a law enforcement officer, and realize what is proper conduct for an affidavit. Indeed, if she goes down this road a mistrial would be the least of her worries. She be in the company of Mike Nyfong, notwithstanding Zimmerman's guilt. I am telling you this, because I am a prosecutor, and you have to be very careful when submitting affidavits, and excluding relevant information, depending on the purpose of the affidavit.

      • Schlomotion

        I think she could definitely be in that company if Dershowitz lures her into making prejudicial statements about the case. He's either luring her to make statements in the media or taking advantage of her unwillingness to do so. This whole thing reeks of Sato taunting Miyagi.

  • Rick_in_VA

    At the very least, she should be brought up on ethics chages.

  • Ronald Johnston

    This woman along with 75% of her fellow judges need to be impeached!!! Then we can start on the lawyers!!!!

  • Ziggy Zoggy

    Corey is a hypocritical criminal but she is not unusual. Prosecutors routinely prosecute people they know to be innocent. They are the scum of the Earth. Some facts about Trayvon: He was a burglar and self professed thug. Watermelon iced tea and Skittles are ingredients in a narcotic cocktail and he had not consumed either. (Cough syrup is needed as the final ingredient.) He had no reason to be in Zimmerman’s neighborhood and that neighborhood is not located between the convenience store he visited and the house his father was in. He was beating the crap out of Zimmerman when he was shot. All this means the punk got exactly what he deserved. I just hope Corey gets what she deserves.

    • coyote3

      .Well, if you check the law, the law for prosecutions doesn't necessarily have anything to do with innocence nor should it. The standard is, can the government prove all the elements of the crime.

  • WilliamJamesWard

    If I was Ms. Corey's attorney I would advise her not to antagonize Mr. Dershowitz and to just
    shut up, shut her big mouth and stop digging her grave with her own tongue………..William

  • Dennis Metz

    think really hard about it, put all the bad on one side and the good on the other, they ask yourself what which outweighs the other when considering what good or benefit has blacks and whites had when forced into a diverse society? forced busing cheap housing, like in Florida where they gave poor minorities a tax break on houses. violence escalates when there is more clash of the races and black leaders like the panthers who openly ask for a war on honkies are not afraid to kill some honkies babies .

  • Ronny G

    Since a prosecutor can’t be sued, she should be charged with misconduct. Unless we openly accept political prosecutions along with corruption. The judge should be dismissed. He sets the lowest standards for the prosecutor and the highest standards for Zimmerman.

  • Ronny G

    Also, the charges against Zimmerman should be dismissed. The prosecutor’s conduct was dishonest and criminal. I also believe the judge was reached. Why not convene a legitimate grand jury, and see if they can be misled by partial evidence? Generally the US legal system is a disgrace. Money buys results. I think this prosecution was probably ordered by Washington. The US is screwed and we are regressing. We only have republicans and demorats to choose from; thats not much of a choice.

  • little ole jim

    Dershowitz is a motor mouth who has never seen a prosecutor or prosecution or policeman that was not totally corrupt. He bases his "charges" on his contention that Zimmerman's injuries were "serious". The injuries were not serious enough for him to even go to the hospital or get medical treatment that night. Or, maybe he had something to hide. This is the same Dershowitz who is totally confident that O. J. Simpson was justifiably set free due to prosecutor and police mis-conduct.

  • Ronny G

    The cuts on the back of Zimmerman’s head were serious. A fractured nose isn’t serious? A person who is seriously assaulted usually does not know the extent of their injuries. Thats why police often encourage them to get medical treatment, whether they want to or not. I think this is a political prosecution directed from Washington as a distraction from government corruption and to encourage racial resent to get out the vote for Obama. The dead thug is ideal for this; he won’t discredit himself as soon as he opens his mouth. Fortunately Zimmerman has documented injuries. It appears Zimmerman did a public service.

  • TheKnowerseeker

    Unfortunately, I think that most lawyers are like Cory….