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By: Madam Prezident
Well, it looks like the expert can’t put his expertise to use. The George Zimmerman murder trial continues and things continue to unfold. I’m not sure if the prosecution is doing a good job. Every time I’ve watched the trial-I haven’t felt confident in the prosecution’s approach, questionnaire, or overall disposition. I’m not sure what the verdict will be, but I don’t have any faith in a Florida Jury. Did Florida let a mother get off with murdering her own daughter? I lost faith in Florida, when they let Casey Anthony go free.
Because of Nakasone’s pretrial testimony that the voices on the calls couldn’t be identified, Judge Debra Nelson ruled that the methods used by the experts aren’t reliable, keeping out two experts who disagreed about the screaming voice—one who said it was Zimmerman, the other who said Martin. But Nelson didn’t prevent the 911 calls from being played at trial.
“We’re in the middle of it. They’ve got a lot more to show. These things build up slow, and it’s sort of like pieces of a puzzle,” O’Mara said. “People say, `Wait a minute, I can’t see the picture yet.’ They’re very good prosecutors, they’re gonna do very good job, and they’re gonna put on their evidence. We’ll see how it goes. We’re certainly ready to respond to it.” Zimmerman, 29, could get life in prison if convicted of second-degree murder.
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