Angela Corey Sued by Whistleblower To Answer for Unethical Conduct

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From Reuters:

A former employee of Florida State Attorney Angela Corey’s office plans to file a whistleblower lawsuit against George Zimmerman’s prosecutors, his attorney told Reuters on Tuesday. …

Kruidbos testified last month in a pre-trial hearing that he found photos on Martin’s phone that included pictures of a pile of jewelry on a bed, underage nude females, marijuana plants and a hand holding a semi-automatic pistol.

If her office withheld evidence, at a minimum, Ms. Corey should be disciplined, and probably should be disbarred. It is despicable and disgusting for prosecutors to behave in this unethical manner because when the state targets an individual, these disclosure rules are the only thing that make it a fair fight and protect the presumption of innocence.

Ms. Corey’s nauseating and unwarranted devaluing of the efforts of Zimmerman jury says a lot about who she is and about her lack of regard for the rule of law. We can only hope that she will have to answer for that as this litigation proceeds.

Seven Things The “News” Didn’t Tell You (or Your Lo-Fo Friends) About Trayvon Martin

I’m not sure if MS-NBC has started showing Trayvon Martin in utero, but since every photo we see of this innocent “unarmed child” (or “chile” as some of his fans say) shows him younger and younger, that sonogram can’t be far behind, can it? We haven’t seen this photo much, though.Trayvon Martin, Gangsta Culture

Except that that sweet chile grew into a teen from a broken home who admired the gangsta culture, who used recreational drugs, and but for the desire of a police department looking to cook its books by not reporting crimes by black male students, would have been the subject of a criminal investigation for burglary after stolen property was discovered in his backpack.

If you have friends who get their “news” from traditional dinosaur sources like network (read state-controlled media), local over-the-air newscasts or terrestrial radio (read “Are you smarter than a 5th Grader?” You know the answer), please take any opportunity you have to share this information with them.

The following information about Trayvon Martin and Lean comes from an extensive post by Dedicated Dad over at conservativetreehouse.com entitled “Trayvon Martin Shooting-A Year of Drug Use Results in Predictable Violence.” It’s definitely worth your time. You can see the screen captures of Trayvon’s Facebook conversations there, too.

  1. He was a fan of “Lean,” also known as “purple drank,” a recreational drug popular among Southern rappers, made from Robitussin, a soft drink (originally Sprite), and sometimes with a couple of Jolly Ranchers or Skittles thrown in.
  2. Robitussin’s active ingredient is DXM, Dextromethorphan Hydrobromide, and Trayvon wanted as much of it as he could get.
  3. In one of his Twitter conversations, Trayvon asks a friend if he knows how he can get his hands on some Codeine because “codine is a higher dose of dxm.”
  4. DXM has been called the “Poor Man’s PCP.” That’s right, PCP, which is known to cause extreme agitation and even violence.
  5. THC, the active ingredient in marijuana, was in Trayvon’s system when he died.
  6. He was in Sanford, FL, 240 miles from home, because he had been suspended from school, after 12 pieces of stolen jewelry and a burglary tool turned up in his backpack. The School Resource Officer was searching the backpack for a marker that this innocent chile used to write “WTF” on a school locker when he discovered the jewelry. The items matched the list of items reported stolen in a burglary of a house a few blocks away from the school Trayvon attended.
  7. As reported by Pat Dollard, Trayvon Martin was not charged with a crime because the School Resource Officer “never filed a criminal report, nor opened a criminal investigation, surrounding the stolen jewelry. Instead, and as a result of pressure from M-DSPD Chief Hurley to avoid criminal reports for black male students, Dunn wrote up the jewelry as “found items”, and transferred them, along with the burglary tool, to the Miami-Dade Police property room where they sat on a shelf unassigned to anyone for investigation. The school discipline, “suspension”, was attached to the graffiti and not the stolen jewelry.”

Have you seen any of these facts reported on the afore-mentioned Lo-Fo “news” sources? Of course not! Nor have they spent any time on the despicable and unethical conduct of the prosecution. 

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We’re All Racists Now, But Barack Obama is Still Not a “Natural Born Citizen”

As I mentioned on last Sunday’s show, the aspect of the Zimmerman verdict that impressed me most was the stunning contrast between the common sense and sober, determined actions of a jury who seriously deliberated, cognizant of their enormous responsibility, and delivered a verdict, and the behavior of allegedly learned custodians of our laws and Constitution, like the repellant State Attorney Angela Corey, whose office withheld exculpatory evidence from George Zimmerman’s defense, and fired the whistleblower who tried to stop it, and the buffoonish prosecutor Bernie de la Rionda, who embarrassed himself with a cringe-inducing screech fest that he somehow thought was an appropriate closing argument, and made a horse’s hind end of himself on ABC News yesterday by sneeringly suggesting that we should draw a negative inference from George Zimmerman’s decision not to take the stand. In an equally disgusting display of arrogance and contempt for the rule of law in general, and the Zimmerman jury specifically, Ms. Corey, asked to identify George Zimmerman in one word, replied “Murderer.” These prosecutors and the governor who appointed them acted in the interest of political expediency, not justice, and they should all be ashamed for their involvement in this disgusting circus. The jurors, with their respect for the rule of law, restored my faith in our country, at least temporarily. Everything else about this case was lawlessness and darkness.

Meanwhile, in the U.S. Senate the cadaverous Majority Leader Harry Reid, given no choice by mean, obstructionist Republicans, was threatening to blow up the filibuster by changing Senate rules so that several new members of Obama’s Marxist cabal could be installed in office without opposition. Never mind that it takes 67 votes to change Senate rules. Never mind that in 2005, Reid and even Obama himself had deplored Republicans’ threats to change Senate rules when democrats decided to filibuster Pres. Bush’s judicial nominees. Barack Obama is actually the only sitting president in American history who has voted to filibuster a judicial nomination. The unprecedented use of the filibuster against judicial nominees was the brainchild of Lawrence Tribe, Cass Sunstein and Marcia Greenberg. Who are they? The late Robert Bork, a brilliant legal mind if there ever was one, and one who should know since he inspired the Left’s original efforts to disrupt the process of confirming judges, wrote about it here:

Forty-two of the Senate’s 50 Democrats recently attended a private retreat where they heard a panel, composed of Harvard law professor Laurence H. Tribe, University of Chicago law professor Cass M. Sunstein, and Marcia R. Greenberger, co-director of the National Women’s Law Center, urge them to oppose Mr. Bush’s judicial nominees on the basis that they are conservative. The New York Times reported that one attendee said of the panel: “They said it was important for the Senate to change the ground rules and there was no obligation to confirm someone just because they are scholarly or erudite.” Political correctness is apparently the new standard to which nominees are to be held.

Early this afternoon, after the “nuclear option” was avoided, several democrats took to the Senate floor to lament what they describe as the explosion in use of the filibuster to “obstruct” what the Dear Reader wants to do. And whose fault is that? The democrats started this whole filibuster business because the Left believes that the ends justify the means. They schemed with liberal advocates of judicial activism to “change the ground rules” established by the Constitution. They don’t want the rules to apply to them when they’re trying to “remake” (read destroy) America, but they scream bloody murder when the other side adopts their lawless approach.

So how did we get here? Isn’t it time to connect some dots? It’s simple. An initial act of lawlessness that started a chain of events that brought us to where we are today. Barack Obama is not an Article II “natural born citizen,” and as such he has no business occupying the Oval Office. The fact that a “community organizer,” which is a euphemism for one who has contempt for the Constitution and the rule of law, could get elected in the first place is a credit to the Left’s success at dumbing down the population. If we had any doubts about whether he held those views, he removed them with his statements about the Constitution being a document of “negative rights.” Ironically, the drafters of our precious Constitution tried to protect us from the likes of Barack Obama with Article II, never imagining a populace so ignorant that they would disregard its provisions. All of the lawlessness that we have noted here, herehere andhere is the direct result of that initial act of lawlessness. Lawlessness begets more lawlessness. The result is the Chicago on the Potomac.

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Why No Coverage of Prosecutorial Misconduct in Zimmerman Case? Angela Corey Fired The Whistleblower Who Exposed It.

As we discussed on yesterday’s edition of The Teri O’Brien Show, despite the wall to wall coverage of the George Zimmerman trial, one story that has gotten almost no coverage, and is not on the radar screens of the Lo-Fo’s, and that includes 99% of the allegedly “learned” commentators on television, is the outstanding issue of prosecutorial misconduct. We played you the soundbite in which liberal icon, Alan Dershowitz, law professor at Harvard Law School, explained that the Zimmerman case should not have been brought in the first place, but was due to political pressure. That part is obvious. Less obvious, and receiving almost no coverage amidst the endless repetition of narratives about Skittles, iced tea and “children” being gunned down, is the fact that State Attorney Angela Corey is notorious for overcharging, which is what happened in this case. Then there’s the matter of prosecutorial misconduct.

State Attorney Angela Corey fired her office’s information technology director Friday after he testified last month about being concerned prosecutors did not turn over information to George Zimmerman’s defense team in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.
On the same day attorneys finished their closing arguments in that nationally watched trial, a state attorney investigator went to Ben Kruidbos’ home about 7:30 a.m. to hand-deliver a letter stating Kruidbos “can never again be trusted to step foot in this office.”
The letter contended Kruibos did a poor job overseeing the information technology department, violated public records law for retaining documents, and noted he was questioned in March when the office was trying to determine who had leaked personnel information obtained through a computer breach. …

Kruidbos said he became concerned that lead prosecutor Bernie de la Rionda might not have turned over Kruidbos’ report to defense attorneys. Kruidbos asked White in April for legal advice and described some contents of his report such as a photo of an African-American hand holding a gun, a photo of a plant resembling marijuana and a text message referring to a gun transaction.

White then contacted one of Zimmerman’s attorneys and learned the defense had not received the report generated by Kruidbos. The defense did receive the source file from the cellphone and used its own experts to extract data.

Last month, Zimmerman’s attorneys subpoenaed both White and Kruidbos during a pretrial hearing on their motion seeking sanctions against prosecutors. Circuit Judge Debra Nelson deferred a ruling until after the trial.

Before Kruidbos’ name surfaced in the Martin trial proceedings, he received a pay raise for “meritorious performance,” according to a document dated May 16 in his personnel file.

It has been DISGUSTING to watch gutless politicians, oblivious to the impact on George Zimmerman, a human being, and in complete disregard of the rule of law, bring this pointless and ridiculous case against an innocent man. Now we see that it’s even worse than we thought; that is, that the politically-motivated prosecution may have violated the rules of criminal procedure by hiding exculpatory evidence from the defense. If that happened, not only should Ms. Corey be disciplined. She should, at a minimum, be disbarred, and possibly even be sent to jail.

There’s no excuse for this sort of prosecutorial misconduct. Let’s hope that she doesn’t get away with it.

 

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In addition to restoring faith in our justice system, George Zimmerman’s acquittal provided an opportunity for everyone to show us who they really are; specifically,

  • Race hustlers, hypocrites who are outraged and horrified when a black “child” is killed by a “white Hispanic,” but are perfectly comfortable with the hundreds of black teenagers shot dead on a regular basis in Barack Obama’s Chicago;
  • Moronic celebutards who took to the favorite communication tool of Beliebers, Twitter, to demonstrate their jaw-dropping ignorance;
  • Lame Stream Media Liberal “Journalists,” who lamented the absence of blacks on the Zimmerman jury, even though a jury of the defendant’s peers would have consisted of those exotic “white Hispanics;”
  • Outright Idiots who probably can’t read or write cursive, and whose knowledge base begins and ends with the latest pop culture “star,” enjoying his or her 15 minutes of fame.

The actual takeaway of this criminal case, which held the nation spellbound, was spoken clearly by Aristotle back around 300 B.C. “The law is reason free from passion,” which is another way of saying that no good results when the equivalent of a lynch mob, fueled by race baiters like Al Sharpton, Eric Holder, and even sadly, Barack Obama, who also showed us again who he is, a narcissistic embarrassment, an self-absorbed empty suit who conned his way into office by surfing a wave of white guilt and media deification, demands that an innocent man be charged with murder for the crime of self-defense.

Andrew Branca did amazing, wall to wall coverage of the Zimmerman trial over at Legal Insurrection, and he’ll be our guest today to give us his reaction to the verdict, and also share some thoughts about the message that law-abiding citizens should take from this case. He has written the book on that, The Law of Self-Defense.

We’ll also hear from Taleeb Starkes, who very provocatively predicted in this post, “Creepy A** Crackers” Should Prepare for Negro-geddon, that we would see riots if Mr. Zimmerman were not sacrificed on the altar of political correctness. Was he wrong about that, or are we just waiting for other shoe to drop?

Titans of the race industry like the NAACP’s Ben Jealous and the ever-present Al Sharpton say that this verdict does not mean that this issue is over. I agree, but not necessarily for the reasons they state. Why, even as the media goes wall-to-wall on post-verdict coverage, is almost no one reporting on the firing of a whistleblower who reported serious misconduct on the part of the prosecution? Did Angela Corey, appointed by Gov. Rick Scott, to appease the mob withhold exculpatory evidence from the Zimmerman defense?

Tune in today for the rest of the story.

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