The Trayvon Martin Case, Update 3: The Prosecution Crumbles…

Posted: 25 Apr 2012 in Guns
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Excellent analysis of the Zimmerman case.
This is part 3, there are links to the other two there.
Good read.

Stately McDaniel Manor

Since my first two articles on the Trayvon Martin case (available in the SMM Trayvon Martin Case archive), the most momentous development has been the bond hearing.  I will not go into detail on every aspect of that hearing as it has received blanket coverage elsewhere.  Among the most competent voices covering this hearing (and the rest of the Martin case) are Just One Minute and my former Confederate Yankee (now closed to all but archival access) co-blogger, Bob Owens.  By all means, take a moment to take the links and review their work on the hearing.  I’ll focus instead on the testimony of the hearing and what it reveals, particularly about the prosecution’s case and the competence of its team.

On April 20, 2012, A bond hearing was held for George Zimmerman.  Bond was set at $150,000 dollars.In our criminal justice system, it is presumed…

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