In his latest Huffington
former Reason writer Radley Balko notes the
controversy over special prosecutor Angela Corey's decision to
charge George Zimmerman with second-degree murder, as opposed
o manslaughter, in Trayvon Martin's death. Given the
circumstances in which Zimmerman shot Martin—during a violent
struggle in which Zimmerman claims he feared for his life—it seems
unlikely that he acted "from ill will, hatred, spite, or an evil
intent," as Florida's
standard jury instruction for second-degree murder requires.
(John Hinderaker) I’m slow in getting to the Florida special prosecutor’s charging of George Zimmerman with second degree murder. I saw most of the press conference in which the prosecutor, Angela Corey, announced the charges. She c...
Trayvon Martin's killer now faces second degree murder charges. At a press conference in Florida, special prosecutor Angela Corey announced George Zimmerman has been charged with second degree murder in the killing of the unarmed bl...
Alan Dershowitz told Mike Huckabee last night that Zimmerman special prosecutor Angela Corey should be disbarred for withholding evidence and for criminal conduct in the case. Corey brought second degree murder charges against Georg...