It’s a bad idea to lie to the judge. But did Shellie Zimmerman lie?
Written By: Bob
Shellie Zimmerman has been arrested and charged with perjury:
Shellie Zimmerman, wife of George Zimmerman, who killed Trayvon Martin, was arrested Tuesday on one count of perjury, the Seminole County, Fla., Sheriff’s Department said.
Deputies arrested Shellie Zimmerman, 25, about 3:30 p.m. ET, after they were advised by the office of State Attorney Angela Corey that a warrant had been issued.
Trayvon Martin supporters on Twitter are giddy over the arrest, feeling it is just one more step towards putting George Zimmerman away on a (trumped up) second degree murder charge for the shooting of Trayvon Martin. But will it play out the way they envision?
Judge Lester bit off a lot more than he can chew in his claims about George Zimmerman in his written bond revocation, and I won’t be surprised if it is hostile enough to warrant his recusal and the appointment of another (third) judge to the case. Then again, maybe that his his desire, or perhaps he’s merely insulating himself in anticipation of the ruling he must give acquitting Zimmerman or throwing out the case before trial based upon the evidence supporting Zimmerman’s story.
As for perjury trials of (George and?) Shellie Zimmerman giving the Trayvon cult some relief from the inevitable self-defense ruling for Zimmerman, Jeralyn Merritt makes a damn good case that the Zimmerman’s didn’t lie, the judge and prosecution, and defense were just sloppy
It’s going to be double the humiliation if Anglea “Nifong” Corey has both of these cases blow up in her face, and frankly, it couldn’t happen to a more opportunistic political hack.