July 17th, 2013
12:34 AM ET

Geragos: Incompetent prosecution

Mark Geragos, Paul Henderson and Jeffrey Toobin discuss the way prosecutors handled their case against George Zimmerman.

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  1. Tommy LaFitte

    Will someone please ask this question: Why didn't George Zimmerman identify himself to T. Martin as a neighborhood watchman on neighborhood watch? Don't you think this would have helped to soften or avoid a physical conflict. Zimmerman had a gun...was he looking for a conflict. Why not identify yourself if you're not intent on a conflict. And does losing a fight during a conflict automatically qualify you as a victim? Finally, Zimmerman is no different from the rest of us, from the Pope to a President, when we get in deep, serious trouble we have a tendency to try to lie our way out of it...we lie. George Zimmerman is no different.

    July 17, 2013 at 8:17 pm |
  2. Billy Jack

    Prosecution were very inept in their attempt to find justice for Martin and Zimmerman. They appeared to be following the path of appeasement toward our African-American citizens instead of liberty and justice for all.

    July 17, 2013 at 1:36 pm |

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