There are 3 Zimmerspects we are still engaged upon. 1.) The malicious firing of Ben Kruidbos [pronounced like "cried boss"]. 2.) The internal fraud within the 4th SAO; and 3.) The specific and intentional manipulation of evidence through prosecutorial misconduct within the George Zimmerman case. The latter two will outline the risk within the first.
…. and, oh yeah, she knows this.
ORLANDO, FL - Lawyers for State Attorney Angela Corey say she has “sovereign immunity” and are asking a judge to throw out a lawsuit filed against her in the George Zimmerman/Trayvon Martin case.
Ben Kruidbos, her former information technology director, was fired in June after he testified that prosecutors did not turn over all information to Zimmerman’s defense team in the shooting death of the 17-year-old. Kruidbos said he was a whistleblower and under the law cannot be fired.
The lawsuit says Kruidbos testified in response to a subpoena, and the firing was retaliation for his testimony.
He is asking for $5 million in damages and his job back.
In court papers filed this week, Corey’s attorneys say the state attorney cannot be sued because she has sovereign immunity as an elected official.
According to Black’s Law Dictionary, sovereign immunity is the legal doctrine that says the government cannot be sued without its consent.
The motion says Corey, a government official, does not consent.
“I think it’s an absurd assertion that she’s above the law,” said attorney Wesley White, who is representing Kruidbos. (READ MORE)