Bob Owens

The saddest truth in politics is that people get the leaders they deserve

When Angela Corey destroyed her career… and set George Zimmerman free

Written By: Bob - Apr• 17•12

I was finally able to do a “deep dive” into the 2nd degree murder affidavit against George Zimmerman over the weekend. Angela Corey is either playing a dangerous political game, or is angling to be disbarred.

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  1. I do agree with your analysis. It is explosive situation like O.J Simpson case that would spark riots if he would not wok free. That is why this case is politically charged. So what is solution? Like frank Serpico who confronted corruption, Georg Zimmerman will have to live not in USA. Sad story and many lawyers I mean defense will have to consider also personal vendetta.
    This did not happen before and many people are abusing “racism” word. As Ayn Rand formulated racism is a cruel method of collectivization. Racism is not color of skin but a way to belong to group of people. You can sat as tribalism but as USA Constitution Say We are INDIVDUALS and as such with born unalienable rights. No black, white or any such mention is in Constitution. Yes present President is, in my opinion, illegitimate to hold that office and no one want to step in to that.
    Well, maybe it is time to stop worrying and Love that bomb – Dr. Strangelove!
    I am living in Canada and I wish American people well. It is up to people and perhaps it must be done like in Poland 1981, mass protests and erase that corruption. Roman Empire collapsed, USSR collapsed and Louis Farrakhan is wrong by saying we must change. We work and earn money – the old fashion way and it is time to stop complaining and respect laws.
    Nothing can be done with dead Mr. Martin and it would be miscarriage of justice to condemn innocent Georg Zimmerman just because others want blood. It will not make them happy and division of country might be more severe.

  2. Terry in GA says:

    Bob, I read your article at PJ media and wanted to reply. You may not know the answer to my question, but may know someone in FL real estate law that could. Under the common areas of a townhome community, doesn’t George (as an individual owner) have an ownership interest in the entire property? If so, doesn’t he have an individual claim to report suspicious behavior (not just as volunteer watch captain) and to guard his “property”?

    I don’t need a particular personal response to this question, but did want to put this out for comments since I had not seen mention of ownership interest.

    Keep up the good work. I am among your admirers and of the faithful readers of the new media outlets. Since we can’t depend on conventional news sources anymore, if we ever really could, the internet has been a great resource.

    • Sean says:

      Just my .02 ownership or not…what the hell ever happened to doing the right thing, just to be doing it? Not because you’re looking for any kind of reward, outside of the sense of satisfaction of being a decent human being and watching out for your neighbors and your fellow man? Sad ain’t it?

  3. Ignatius J Donnelly says:

    Actually GZ does mention (unprompted) that TM was black early in the call. He said it just to give a description but it could easily be taken differently. He also had to continue to try to spot TM after the police call. It would account for some of the missing time and where the fight took place. I would guess GZ walked up to the street and back and must have turned the corner into the common area.
    Comments from the police chief seem to indicate that that was just TM started to go home. He spotted GZ and turned around to confron him. The only explanation for where and when the fight took place is that TM started it.
    Dee Dee was not his girlfriend but I would guess TM liked HER. He runs. she calls him back. He picks up and talks to her for somewhere between 3 and 4 minutes before the altercation starts. I don’t think TM was ever that afraid and his attention wason Dee Dee. That’s why he dawdled

    • SDN says:

      No, if you bother to read the 911 call transcript, the dispatcher specifically asks him about what race the “suspicious person” was.

      However, a crucial exchange between Zimmerman and the 911 dispatcher was excised from the call.

      “This guy looks like he’s up to no good,” Zimmerman tells the dispatcher. “Or he’s on drugs or something. It’s raining and he’s just walking around, looking about.”

      “OK, and this guy — is he black, white or Hispanic?” the dispatcher then asked.

      To which Zimmerman replied, “He looks black.”

      NBC edited the audio to cut out the dispatcher’s question.

  4. Ignatius J Donnelly says:

    You’re right. He repeats the description later. It’s not like I haven’t listened to the call a time or two. Sheesh!

    I also cannot understand how this hulking giant of man could possibly hunt down little kid. MSNBC tells me this is true.