Tuesday, July 02, 2013

Thoughts on the George Zimmerman/Trayvon Martin case

It appears that while the witnesses for the prosecution are being caught in perjury, those for the defense are and have been rock solid.  Now I'll admit that I don't know all the ins and outs of being a prosecutor, that not being my trade, but part of me has to wonder whether the prosecutor here is trying to railroad Mr. Zimmerman despite knowing that there really is no case.  Shouldn't a prosecutor be able to ferret things like this out?


Ray D, said...

Technically, they have all been prosecution witnesses so far.

It is just that the more reliable ones seem to be helping the defense.

I wonder if the defense will rest very quickly, seeing that the prosecution is not doing much to prove their case.

Bike Bubba said...

Good question--I'll not hazard a guess, but will admit that sometimes when the opposition leads with his chin, you just connect there and don't bother softening him up with body blows that might expose you.

It's a bit early yet, but I would also suggest that if the prosecution's case continues to implode, Angela Corey might find herself "Nifonged." (and if that interpretation of the evidence is correct, she should be)