Thursday, June 21, 2012

George Zimmerman Just Keeps Talking

In a stunning move, George Zimmerman's attorneys have now made the decision to release Zimmerman's statements to police following the February 26, 2012 killing of Trayvon Martin.  This move comes on the heels of the release of the jailhouse calls between Zimmerman and his wife Shellie, in which it appears the two were colluding to make false statements to the court.

How could it possibly help Zimmerman's case to release his own words to police the day after the public heard audio tape of Zimmerman and Shellie talking in code and trying to hide money? Why would Zimmerman's attorneys think the public is likely to believe Zimmerman's statements to police at this moment in time? Why when Zimmerman's credibility is in question?

In addition to his family and friends, Zimmerman would do best to ask his attorneys to stop speaking publicly too.

Update 6/28/12:
Florida prosecutors have now released more evidence in the Trayvon Martin killing.  The police report of the February 26, 2012, incident has been made public, reports the Huffington Post, under pressure from the media, despite both prosecutors' and Zimmerman's attorneys' objections.  Apparently, now Zimmerman's camp sees the wisdom in clamming up.


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