Florida special prosecutor, Angela Corey, delayed until just the right moment and then dragged the U.S. justice system down to the level of Cuba and Venezuela. Posturing and conceding to shrill media and unruly mobs, she filed a charge of 2nd degree murder against George Zimmerman of Sanford, Florida.
Corey’s feckless conduct formalizes a U.S. injustice with two slight differences from typical Castro and Chavez injustices. In the cesspools of Cuba and Venezuela the dictators decide who will be jailed and for how long. Under Corey’s neojudicial doctrine, she made the decision to jail Zimmerman but left the length of confinement to a jury of thoroughly brain-washed people.
What does the fair and balanced media think of the violation of our judicial system? Well, NewsMax gives us a hint by running an AP story that talks about the situation as though Zimmerman’s incarceration is a legitimate legal case.
After an extraordinary public campaign to make an arrest in the shooting of an unarmed black teen, a Florida prosecutor came back with a murder charge in the case that has galvanized the nation for weeks.
But prosecutors face steep hurdles to win a second-degree murder conviction against neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman in the killing of Trayvon Martin, experts say. They will have to prove Zimmerman intentionally went after Martin instead of shooting him in self-defense, refute arguments that a Florida law empowered him to use deadly force and get past a judge’s ruling at a pretrial hearing.
No, prosecutors do not “face steep hurdles.” The media and mobs will have no problem pushing the gutless prosecutors to find a judge that will rubber stamp the charging documents and send Zimmerman to trial. Then, the trial court will bend over backwards to select a jury with a mindset that peace in the streets is more important than one innocent man’s freedom.
Am I saying Zimmerman is innocent? No, I don’t know and the “Media & Mobs” don’t know. But I do know, IF the crucial evidence has been made public, there’s no way to PROVE his guilt on any charge, and therein lies the problem. That makes Zimmerman innocent under our Constitution and since when is it obligatory, or even permissible, to put a man on trial because low-life reporters and unruly mobs demand his head?
Wait, you say! Isn’t determining guilt or innocence what trials are for? Well, yes, but if there’s no longer a need to have evidence that a qualified prosecutor honestly believes will prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt, why not hold a trial for everyone arrested? How about a trial for all suspects and all persons of interest?
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