Mark Geragos, Paul Henderson and Jeffrey Toobin discuss the way prosecutors handled their case against George Zimmerman.
Post by: Anderson Cooper
Filed under: 360° Radar • Crime & Punishment • George Zimmerman • Mark Geragos • Mark Toobin • Trayvon Martin
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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.
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.