Sunday, April 15, 2012

Lynch mob politics

I wonder whether anyone else had the same reaction as I did to Angela Corey's announcement of the charges against George Zimmerman, the "white Hispanic." I thought he was being railroaded. According to Corey,

”We don’t prosecute by public pressure or petition. We prosecute cases on the relevant facts of each case and on the laws of the state of Florida.”
Sure, and I'm the tooth fairy. When I see those two old frauds, Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton, circling Zimmerman like a couple of sharks smelling blood, it makes me sick. I am inclined to give anyone accused by them the benefit of the doubt. Remember the Tawana Brawley case? Or Freddy's Fashion Mart?

4 comments:

Julie Zdrojewski said...

Since Corey can, demonstrably, live a lie, it should not surprise is to hear her utter a subsequent lie.

miriam said...

A good point.

Dick Stanley said...

Her, oh-so-correct case seems to be falling apart. Z. got out on $150K bail, on a charge of second-degree murder, no less. Judge obviously not impressed.

miriam said...

Corey was disgusting.