If George Zimmerman persecutors (yes, I spelled that correctly) Angela Corey and Bernie de la Rionda aren’t disbarred and charged with crimes of their own, then there is no justice in Florida:
Former prosecutor Wesley White said he was ethically obligated to reveal that Fourth Judicial Circuit Information Technology Director Ben Kruidbos retrieved the data that weren’t turned over.
Kruidbos was placed on leave shortly after White testified during a hearing in George Zimmerman’s second-degree murder case on Tuesday. White said Kruidbos was interviewed by state attorney investigators twice before the action was taken.
White said he wasn’t surprised of possible evidence violations by Zimmerman prosecutor Bernie de la Rionda.
“I was saddened by it, but I’m not surprised,” he said.
White first learned about the evidence through Kruidbos more than a month ago, he said.
Phone and email messages left at the office of Fourth Judicial Circuit State Attorney Angela Corey were not immediately returned.