Objektib VS. Subjektib Ebidents
The easiest way to do this is to share an actual media report and insert the backstory as it rolls. Our commentary will be in red.
SANFORD, Fla. – The attorney for George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watchman who shot and killed Trayvon Martin, wants a judge to bar attorneys from talking with Sanford police officers about meetings held prior to the case being forwarded to the state attorney’s office.
In an emergency motion for protective order, defense attorney Mark O’Mara revealed after a Sanford police officer stated in his deposition yesterday that several officers felt there wasn’t enough evidence to charge Zimmerman with manslaughter. He was eventually charged with second-degree murder after a special prosecutor was appointed by Gov. Rick Scott.
This is the essential aspect to malicious prosecution and cuts to the heart of the matter. For the sake of consistency we will just copy a portion of the initial TreeHouse research on the matter: (Originally posted April 22nd)
In update #10 (both parts) we specifically deconstructed 80% of the false media evidence contrived by Trayvon family attorney Benjamin Crump. We outlined the exact relationship with/between Trayvon’s girlfriend (Crumps definition) named DeeDee, and the specific falsehoods he purported to the media as evidenced facts.
As an outcome of a specific and intentional media strategy, when faced with the reality of there being no substantive evidence to dispute George Zimmerman’s framing of events, the case against Zimmerman did not warrant an arrest.
“The best evidence we have is the testimony of George Zimmerman, and he says the decedent was the primary aggressor in the whole event,” – Sanford Detective Serino told the Sentinel March 16.
“Everything I have is adding up to what he says.””
Indeed, even to this day there is not one scintilla of evidence ever presented after March 5th from any of the investigative teams including: the Sanford Police Department, Seminole County sheriff’s office, Sanford District Attorney’s office and investigation unit, Special Prosecutor Angela Corey and her 65 person investigative team, the Federal Department of Justice or the FBI, that adds one factual evidentiary item toward changing the position held by the investigators office March 16th.
Three weeks ago, on Monday April 2nd, during an exclusive interview with the Sentinel, Police Chief Lee disclosed certain details of the investigation and during that session, attended by Detective Serino and others, Serino said his investigation turned up no reliable evidence that cast doubt on Zimmerman’s account – that he had acted in self-defense.
Understand how important this is. Not one factual investigative piece of evidence has been added to the prosecution case since March 5th. Not one. Yet Zimmerman is in jail today, and was not on March 6th.
The reason is “Media Evidence.”
Media Evidence is a strategic use of information presented by the legal team, in this case Parks and Crump, and used to specifically and intentionally sway public opinion. If you can build the public opinion strong enough, it can change the action of the politically dependent class of prosecutors in your favor.
When factual evidence does not support your demand for an arrest, specific intentional strategy is to create media evidence. Media evidence need not be real, it merely needs to appear to be real. The goal is to change opinion and subsequently force an action the opposing party would otherwise not have taken.
Such is the action of arresting George Zimmerman.
The media evidence was created by Trayvon Family Attorney Benjamin Crump. He delivered the framing for the evidence during his strategic press conference on Tuesday March 20th. Following the private 911 recorded screenings in Sanford Mayor Jeff Triplett’s office on March 16th.
The strategy was formulated, and the media evidence with accompanying narrative was constructed during the time period after that meeting in the Mayor’s office, and prior to the Press Conference where Crump would sell it. (Created March 16, 17, 18, 19, and delivered to media March 20th.)
The media evidence which formulated their forward strategy consisted of:
- Release of all the 911 call tapes from both George Zimmerman and the witnesses (including the scream tape). From the mayor to the Trayvon Family Attorneys.
- Creation of Sybrina Fulton claiming the screams on the call were from Trayvon. Which directly contradicted Tracy Martin’s saying they were NOT Trayvon on Tuesday 2/28 at Sanford Police Dept with Detective Serino.
- Discovery/Creation of Trayvon’s on-line T-Mobile phone records Sunday 3/18 by Tracy Martin.
- Discovery/Creation of Trayvon’s girlfriend DeeDee and a series of phone calls leading up to his shooting evidenced within the phone records.
- Discovery/Creation that DeeDee and Trayvon were on the phone for 6 hours and 40 minutes on 2/26 the date he was shot. (400 minutes)
- Discovery/Creation of DeeDee actually hearing the confrontation between Trayvon and Zimmerman on the phone.
- Discovery/Creation of DeeDee actually being in the hospital so distraught with grief she could not attend funeral services on 3/2 and 3/3.
- Discovery/Creation of Chad Green (Brandy’s 14-year-old son) being home with Trayvon waiting for his bag of Skittles from 7-11.
- Discovery/Creation of Tracy Martin and Brandy Green returning home at 10:30pm on the night Trayvon was shot.
- Creation that George Zimmerman was a 247 lb man of massive scale.
- They later created media evidence that Zimmerman was not injured with the help of ABC News; And that George Zimmerman was not medically treated at the scene and the 2nd ambulance was cancelled by dispatch.
- Press Conference Transcript HERE
These points to support their demand for arrest were strategically formulated.
The final piece of the puzzle was dropped unexpectedly during Friday’s Bond Hearing with the absolute brilliance of defense attorney Mark O’Mara catching Team Skittles off guard.
How did he deconstruct the DeeDee narrative when you never even heard him use her name? Brilliantly:
O’Mara called to the stand Dale Gilbreath, one of the lead investigators who had signed the affidavit for probable cause swearing to its content. Mr. Gilbreath acknowledged that there was no evidence to indicate who started a fight that happened after Zimmerman got out of his car and, at one point, ran after Trayvon.
O’Mara – “Do you know who started the fight?”
Gilbreath – “Do I know? No”
O’Mara – “Do you have any evidence that supports who may have started the fight?”
Gilbreath – “No.”
O’Mara - “Do you have any evidence, any evidence at all, any witnesses, any statements, anything that would contradict Mr. Zimmerman’s assertion?
Gilbreath – Err, no. Well, do I know who punched first? No.
That little bit of testimony destroys the remaining 20% DeeDee audio-witness narrative created and sold by Benjamin Crump to a willful media. Remember the first few paragraphs of the Probable Cause Affidavit.
So there is no evidence to contradict Zimmerman’s account of “who punched first” or who “started” the fight within the sworn statements etc.
Well then, where does that leave this constructed evidence?
The DeeDee as an audio witness was a specific outcome from a conversation detailed above with ABC News (exclusive of course) and Benjamin Crump. It was contrived evidence. CONTRIVED MEDIA EVIDENCE.
This is the Manufactured Evidence that O’Mara, actually Don West, needs to bring out with his discovery requests. This is what he is after.
Matt Gutman of ABC holds the only “full” original copy of the 3/19/12 interview with DeeDee. This is the CENTRAL aspect that Benjamin Crump, Natalie Jackson, Daryl Parks and Ryan Julison used to fabricate the circumstances that led to public outcry for an arrest. This “interview”, probably, holds massive contradicitons between 3/19 and the statement given to law enforcement on 4/2. Why are we so sure?….. continue….
Did “A DeeDee” talk to Trayvon that night. Yes, probably. What were the specifics of the conversation? If you listen to the first part of the video before Matt Gutman cuts in the narration you can tell exactly what the totality of the real, substantive, and truthful, March 19th conversation was:
“He said this man was watching him, so he put his hoodie on“. – DeeDee 3/19/12
That’s about it right there. That’s the whole thing. That’s all she knew.
Why so sure? Well firstly, Gilbreath just confirmed it; He said there’s nothing more specifically known evidence to establish how “the fight started” that would contradict George Zimmerman.
So lets look at the Probable Cause Affidavit for DeeDee’s part.
Yup, she’s just confirming Martin was scared and being followed. Zimmerman has never disputed he followed Trayvon from day one. He and his attorney admit it. He followed Trayvon to keep an eye on him while police were in route. That is not provoking, that is not confrontational, that is prudent. That’s what good neighbors do, “watch.”
Local 6 has obtained the motion, which states that a deposition from a Sanford police officer who was surprised investigator Chris Serino sought a manslaughter charge. The deposition also states that other police officers and an assistant state attorney didn’t believe that there was enough evidence to charge Zimmerman.
Also on Friday at a hearing, citing prior case law, the judge in the George Zimmerman murder case ruled that the defense was entitled to the school records of Trayvon Martin and can also subpoena his social media posts.
In a self-defense claim, the defendant is entitled to inquire about the victim’s propensity for violence. As of now, the information will not be made public, Judge Debra S. Nelson said. But, if it is used in future proceedings, including any trial, it could then become public.
Zimmerman’s attorney, O’Mara, said online videos exist of Martin being involved in mixed martial arts-style fights. Nelson ruled that O’Mara can subpoena Martin’s Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Don’t forget the U-Tube Accounts, including historical transactions / updates / deletions.
O’Mara was also granted the ability to subpoena the social media posts of Martin’s girlfriend, who was on the phone with Martin when he was shot, according to his parents’ attorney. O’Mara said he believes her online postings may contradict her story.
Nelson said she would rule at a later date on O’Mara’s request to obtain FBI and Florida Department of Law Enforcement reports on the investigations into Martin’s death.
The FBI is intentionally leaving the case “open” to assist the prosecution team. If they “closed the file,” the entire investigation would be used as evidence by the defense because it shows nothing even remotely resembling a history of racial bias. If there were anything damning in the investigation, the Feds would have supplied the evidence to the prosecution and it would automatically become part of the discovery.
It’s not there because the FBI investigation exonerates Zimmerman. It’s that simple. O’Mara is trying to compel them to share their investigation because it helps George. Period.
Nelson also said the defense team can ask witnesses their addresses during depositions. If they refuse, Nelson said she would intervene. The state argued that the addresses should not be disclosed for safety reasons.
As attorneys made opening arguments, a clean-shaven and slightly heavier Zimmerman, 29, sat emotionless at a table wearing a sports coat over a dress shirt and a striped yellow tie.
Before the hearing, the parents of Martin lashed out about the request. Attorney Ben Crump, who’s representing Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fulton, said Trayvon Martin’s school records “are not relevant in any way” to what happened Feb. 26, the night Martin was fatally shot in a gated Sanford community.
Because their son’s records are being released, Martin’s parents said Zimmerman’s confidential medical records should be, too. At the hearing, O’Mara said Zimmerman was willing to share his medical records 30 days prior to and 30 days after the shooting. Nelson said she would rule later if Zimmerman’s records will be released.
Not completely. The Scheme Team wants to explore the possible angle of a civil suit against any prescription manufacturer that might have manufactured any medication that George Zimmerman was prescribed and/or taking. It is a part of the litigious nature of modern lawsuits.
“I hope you all have not forgotten about my son because I have certainly not forgotten about him,” Fulton said before the hearing.
“Trayvon was the victim,” said Tracy Martin.
“George Zimmerman, for whatever reasons … profiled Trayvon Martin and shot him in the heart,” Crump said. “And Trayvon is not here to tell us what happened.”
Crump was asked by the media what they would do if the court decides to release the records.
“We will stand by any ruling of the court,” said Crump, adding that Martin’s parents urge people not to take the law into their own hands.
Fulton also discussed a Change for Trayvon committee that’s been formed in an effort to change Florida’s “stand your ground” law. Martin’s parents said they want the wording to state that someone cannot instigate a fight and then claim self-defense.
Ironic. The ‘objektib ebidents’ is supporting the contention that Trayvon punched George Zimmerman in the nose. They are advocating for legislation that would not allow Trayvon to claim self-defense. Not George.
Crump added that Martin’s parents are not against the Second Amendment but are in favor of “sensible” gun laws.
Zimmerman, charged with second-degree murder, has pleaded not guilty, saying he shot Martin in self-defense.
At a hearing earlier this week, Nelson declared that Zimmerman’s murder trial would start on June 10. (read more)