Florida State Attorney Angela Corey in Interview with CNN/HLN Following Jury “Not Guilty” Verdict Calls George Zimmerman … ‘Murderer’


This goes beyond sour grapes, this is an out of control Florida State attorney who should probably be disbarred.

In an interview with  HLN’s Vinnie Politan, prosecutor Bernie de la Rionda and Florida State attorney Angela Corey was asked to describe George Zimmerman and Trayvon Martin in one word. Even after a jury of six woman from Seminole county deliberated for 16 1/2 hours and came back with a “NOT GUILTY” verdict as they dismissed that George Zimmerman had committed second degree murder or manslaughter.  Florida State Attorney Angela Corey describe George Zimmerman in one word … murderer. Really? So much for the for those who are supposed to be responsible officers of the court respecting the verdict of the jury. It is extremely sad that Angela Corey and Bernie de la Rionda have turned their back on Florida law, what they are supposed to uphold and represent and they act like spoiled babies when they do not get the verdict they want. Their answer is to question and basically smear the integrity of the jury and the decision they made. A note to the prosecution, next time prove your case or charge it with something you could convict on. Better yet, send it to a grand jury, that is what they are there for.

How does this woman still have a job? And for those of you who have the opinion that Zimmerman was guilty and should have been charged with something,  Angela Corey is a danger to you as well. What happens when the shoes on the other foot and you are on her wrong side? If she is willing to present murder two charges against some one who should never have been charged, whatcha gunna do when she comes for you?

From WCYB, Prosecutor to HLN: Zimmerman a ‘murderer’. Talk about your sour grapes. The prosecution put on a poor evidential case that existed solely on sympathy and emotion. It was one of the weakest cases I have ever seen a prosecution present. Keep in mind, I support prosecutors and probably have only sided with the defense maybe 1% of the time. But this case was flawed from the outset as it was more political than criminal. The fact that the prosecution withheld evidence from the defense did not help matters. Because of the race baiters and an all too willing liberal media that was ready to get a white defendant who killed an unarmed boy, pictured as 12 years old child, the fix was in. Couple that with a doctored 911 tape that portrayed George Zimmerman to be a racist and profiling Martin. But there was just two huge problems with the state’s case that they still today refuse to accept, George Zimmerman was not the KKK, he was Hispanic, albeit a “white” Hispanic and he acted in self defense.

How would Florida State Attorney Angela Corey describe George Zimmerman in one word?


That’s what an emotional Corey told HLN’s Vinnie Politan when she sat down with fellow prosecutor Bernie de la Rionda and Politan in Jacksonville Monday to discuss the obstacles they faced prosecuting the former neighborhood watch captain.

“We were left with inconsistent witnesses in terms of what actually happened and (Zimmerman’s) story, and what we’re trying to prove is that his story was false,” said de la Rionda.

The lack of reliable eyewitness reports and lack of physical evidence made it impossible for the prosecutors to tell the jurors exactly what happened during the fight between Zimmerman and Martin.

“Our belief as to what happened: He chased down Trayvon Martin, he wanted to make sure Travyon Martin did not get away,” said de la Rionda. “Now at what point he pulled out the gun? We could speculate as to what happened. My theory is that he pulled it out early. He was going to make sure he didn’t get away. He wanted to be a cop.”

Zimmerman first recounted his story to police at the Sanford police station on the night of the shooting. He then returned to the scene with police the next day to walk through the neighborhood and explain, in greater detail, his version of what led to the altercation between the two men and ultimately Martin’s death.

Complete sour grapes from the Prosecution

Check out the 4:45 where de la Rionda says you battle in the court room, but after its over you respect your opponent. Then when he is asked whether he respects the defense … he says nothing. Hypocrite, cry baby!

But even after that interview, gaps still remained in Zimmerman’s story. There weren’t enough details to get a complete picture of what happened. Investigators who responded to the scene the night of the killing have been criticized for not only possibly mishandling physical evidence, but for not following up with Zimmerman regarding specifics of what happened that night.

The prosecution was then left with gaps in Zimmerman’s story and not enough evidence to fill them in. Prosecutor de la Rionda told Politan they would have handled things differently on the night of the killing. He said they would have continued to question Zimmerman at the police station that night, while DNA and other pieces of evidence were being analyzed.

“We would have gone out and evaluated the evidence,” said de la Rionda. “We would have sat through the interview with George Zimmerman, and at that time we probably would have sat back and then analyzed what he said. The benefit is automatically (Zimmerman) doesn’t get an attorney, so in other words, if he’s still talking, let him keep talking. And then evaluate all the evidence,” said De la Rionda.

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    8 Responses to “Florida State Attorney Angela Corey in Interview with CNN/HLN Following Jury “Not Guilty” Verdict Calls George Zimmerman … ‘Murderer’”

    1. Rightknight on July 16th, 2013 12:04 am

      Angela Corey expresses her bias against
      George Zimmerman that she emotionally
      clings to in spite of the facts in the case.
      Something is awry when the State Attorney
      does not respect the facts, and does not
      respect the process itself. She is invested
      in a subjective approach to ‘justice’. Many
      folks love her perpetual smile, however.

    2. karma on July 16th, 2013 1:31 am

      So did Jeff Ashton after the Casey Anthony verdict.

      SM: Dude, no one forces you to come here. So sorry you did not get your pound of flesh that you wanted. Doesn’t give anyone the right to riot, destroy property or harm others.

    3. A Texas Grandfather on July 16th, 2013 10:55 am

      Angela Correy has lost her way regarding the application of law. People that attempt to use the law to achieve a political agenda are dangerous to the public.

      She should be disbarred for her acts and sworn statement to the court containing false information. In every profession there are people who think they make the rules and will do anything they can think of to have things their way.

      The act of adding more charges to the case just before final arguments is a prime example of an unbalanced mind doing whatever it can to reach its desires. This woman should not be allowed to have access to a court or the criminal justice system in the future.

    4. dawg1948 on July 16th, 2013 6:36 pm

      Just just another AH Liberal. As for the Stand Your Ground Law, it had nothing to do with the case and now they are attacking it. It is time for an awakening of the people of the US before all our rights are gone.

    5. Piere Montagne on July 17th, 2013 12:36 am

      Is the Zimmerman case really about guns or racism.
      The Case appears more about whether blacks or non-blacks have the right to defend themselves against arbitrary attack from anyone who is black.

      Even the MSM is confused on this topic and chose several years ago to no longer report on the color of skin re: Attacker vs Victim as such reporting upsets Bullies and Attackers everywhere.

      In the Zimmerman trial and the aftermath comments it became clear that defending oneself from blacks is a privilege to be denied.

      During Hitlers rise to power anyone defending themselves from attacks by Hitlers “Brown Shirts” especially the Jewish victims, found themselves charged with assault if they defended themselves.
      Non Blacks are Obama’s “New Jew’s”
      The “New Jews” are not to have the right to defend themselves from Blacks and Obama’s Black Nazis are saying so.

      Don’t laugh. A Year ago in the Alexander case Angela Corey prided herself in twisting the law to sentence a young mother Marissa Alexander to twenty years for firing a warning shot in fear of a potential attack from a Black Male(her estranged husband) who had a restraining order not to be in her presence.

      Imagine the seething outrage in Corey, Holder and Obama over “Twenty years for a warning shot vs Not guilty for self defense with a firearm”.

      No wonder Corey had to fire the IT Whistle blower for telling the truth. Truth interfered with corrupt agendas.

      The ship of state has hit the rocks and is sinking – taking our rights down with it.

    6. Wow on July 18th, 2013 7:26 pm

      To all who r siding with Zimmerman..did u also side with OJ when he was found not guilty? I highly doubt it! Zimmerman called 911 to report a suspicious person and was told NOT to approach the person but decided to anyway and ended up killing Trayvon! If u were being followed by a stranger and they approached u, wouldn’t u be frightened? Wouldn’t u think to run or defend yourself? Trayvon was armed with skittles and pop! Even if he became verbally aggressive some stranger was following him! Mr security guard was itching to use his weapon! And black and white America agree!
      SM: There was actually a mountain of evidence against OJ Simpson case including Nicole’s blood in his car. Please and after all that side it took a bias jury 4 hours to some how go thru all the evidence and decide he was not guilt. Please, that was nothing more than jury nullification and any individual with a brain knows it.

      There was no evidence that Zimmerman murdered Trayvon. Pretty much every one agrees that the prosecution presented a lousy case.

      Even without Trayvon Martin’s texts that would have all but decided the case in seconds, the jury found GZ not guilty. Please don’t be foolish and compare the OJ case with the Zimmerman one. The only thing that was the same was that they were both held in a courtroom.

    7. ScaredOFallRaces on July 18th, 2013 7:36 pm

      I’m white. I’m scared of anyone that poses a threat to me. I’m ashamed to say that whites usually committ the most heinous crimes (rape, molesting, stalking and killing) and are usually living in very nice neighbourhoods. I’m scared of Zimmerman too. Its very unfortunate at the way we Americans think. To be white is not right or o priviledge.god created all of us. The young Mr. Martin was human, had blood running through his veins and was probably scared as hell.I’m not sure why we are divided by race when the good ole USA actually North America rightfully belongs to Natives. So if you are not Native I suggest you trace your roots and go back there.ignorant fools

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