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At this point prosecutors have -- 36 witnesses over a period of nine days 36 witnesses.
200 pieces of evidence.
And amounting to what amounting to walk Manning to reasonable doubt amounting to a self defense but that the patent.
That's what I think we have a and that being the case this case started a year and a half ago brought after the incident in February.
The money that's been spent the lives that have been.
-- soon and by this process.
And the resources of the state taken place at.
There is no judgment there seems to be -- character there and it seems to me frankly.
With this in recent trials the American judicial system right now.
He is what is on trial.
The attorneys when the prosecutors the defendants the process the politics it is ugly.
-- looks like a Third World process not the judicial system of the greatest democracy on this planet.
How do you convince the American people on there -- That's an excellent point and I think the answer is.
We know we can't convince them otherwise and for as long as we have this system for as long as we have victims who.
Whether they are truly victims are not as long as we have victims we are going that people who take aside.
Right wrong or otherwise you're going to have people who when -- Zimmerman.
Walks you're going to have people that think that justice was not done for trade Mark Martin.
You're going to have that even -- six people actor or not they're gonna come back with -- -- put up an almost I can almost guarantee that.
And then -- that there are people.
Who will be making a political state of some sort.
Around either they export nation.
George government or his being found guilty.
In either case there those are going to make a political statement.
And probably very loudly and dramatically on either instance.
We have to have a way to restore some sense on the part of the American people that this is a fair legal system.
That it isn't simply one in which you will be driven to poverty.
Are you that you will be -- from society.
Just for the period of your trial -- in your prosecution.
Eight no matter whether you're found guilty or innocent the result will be great entertainment for the masses.
And the circus is in town and the hell with your life as an individual.
The idea that you are not guilty until proven so.
-- you know and if -- excuse me that you are innocent until proven otherwise.
It's a -- your time it leaves a horrible taste in the -- I think for most Americans.
You're actually correct in the issue -- is you have.
Martin who died and you have a lot of people -- done under a don't understand completely that this is a country that is predicated on a rule of law.
We understand someone is dead but we also have laws in their -- to be a legal process.
And there was an investigation that was done obviously for many people only election decision not to -- there was a decision that was made it it wasn't enough for me -- governor of the state after tutors rolled over and started.
I mean whining like babies.
-- you it was political pressure.
But the thing but I don't I don't wanna be George Zimmerman and walking out of that courthouse the day that he gets acquitted.
I would not want to be him without Kevlar.
And some security I wouldn't.
And he's gonna have to live like that for a long time if -- if this jury.
I'm from now and his family members and his friends now that people have their identity as -- know who they are.
The state of war.
Should be very ashamed of what has happened there was this specifically to George of them.
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