Yesterday, it was pushback from George Zimmerman’s camp and his supporters.
Now, new reports are surfacing that there was a push from within the Sanford, Florida Police Department to get homicide or manslaughter warrants for neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman very soon after the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.
According to this article in the Huffington Post, there were delays in the state’s attorney’s office, and then the governor stepped in. It’s getting twisted and contradictory, but at least there’s some sign that someone looking at the case early had doubts about Zimmerman’s account–which, even when taken at face value, doesn’t add up.
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