By Our Man in Seattle, BR
Fair-minded people across the nation recognize that George Zimmerman is being railroaded, that for the "crime" of saving his own life from a savage who may well have beaten him to death, his life is being ruined. Many naive Americans probably don't believe that such injustice can happen in our country, but it has, can, and does.
Here is the case of a woman with a history of abuse by a man (to the extent that she has been hospitalized), a woman who had obtained a restraining order against this man, who had a license to carry a gun, but who received a prison sentence of 20 years for merely firing into the ceiling in an attempt to frighten off this man.
You may ask yourself how such a monstrous miscarriage of justice could happen. What prosecutor would do this to a person--much less an abused and frightened woman? Well monstrous miscarriages of justice happen because of prosecutors who are really persecutors—in this case the very same Angela Corey who is persecuting George Zimmerman, a good community-minded man who stood up for homeless victims and tutored black kids.
There is little people in the rest of the country can do other than spread the truth (and perhaps contribute to Zimmerman's defense fund), but people who live in Florida need to ask themselves, "With such a monster on the loose, is anyone safe?"
Angela Corey must be fired. Just ask Harvard professor Alan Dershowitz—Corey called Harvard and tried to get him fired and disbarred for telling the truth about her.