Many people have dropped links to media articles and stories around a recent interview posted by George’s attorney (divorce). The interview is fully recorded and also presented in transcript form HERE.
Please go to the ownership link to see the content and construct of the interview. WHY? Because obviously this is how GZ is paying for his attorney. It would appear to me the attorney has agreed to exchange advertising (via website traffic) in lieu of financial compensation for legal services.
However, against the backdrop of Mr. Zimmerman feeling more comfortable to speak we can now also share some researched information previously undisclosed. This information has never been seen before.
Back in July of 2012 (good grief – almost 3 years ago – wow) we posted a discussion thread about Lead Detective Chris Serino revealing for the first time how he was pressured to construct/file charges against George Zimmerman.
Part of that prior outline highlighted three law enforcement officials who were trying to get George Zimmerman arrested despite the investigative evidence that showed Zimmerman was acting in self defense.
Those people Serino cited were Sargent Arthur Barnes and officers Rebecca Villalona and Trekelle Perkins. However, previously unknown was how racially motivated their efforts were. We now have part of the FBI investigation to see the scope of the hatred toward Zimmerman from BLACK officers inside the Sanford Police Department.
Sgt. Barnes and officer Perkins are black; Villalona is married to an African-American man. All three “Law Enforcement Officers” were working behind the scenes, on behalf of the black Sanford community, the Black Grievance Industry and the local NAACP, to insure that Zimmerman was arrested.
Sgt. Barnes was in frequent and continuous contact with Trayvon Martin’s father, Tracy Martin, giving him information about what was going on. In turn, Tracy would then relay this information to attorney’s Benjamin Crump, Daryl Parks and Natalie Jackson.
The attorneys, The Scheme Team, would then relay this information to ABC’s reporter Matt Gutman and others. This highly illegal and unethical activity was the primary source of the leaked investigative information in/around March and April of 2012.
This is how ABC’s Matt Gutman got so many exclusives including: • the video from the inside the police station of Zimmerman arriving at the depot, • the 911 call audio, and • the fabricated “Dee-Dee” witness testimonials which Gutman recorded.
After disclosure and confrontation, all three racist cops (Barnes, Perkins, Villalona, aka. ‘the three amigos’) were called in to the office of Police Chief Bill Lee and questioned about leaking information in the case. The Miami Herald touched on that story briefly.
However, because their racial ideology was so strong, and the racial community so demanding, their unethical activity, to advance a grievance cause, never stopped.
Eventually the pressure inside the Sanford Police Department, by those BLACK officers, became so intense Detective Serino had no option but to call the FBI for help.
Serino gave the FBI a statement about how he viewed it an impossible task for George Zimmerman to gain a fair investigation of fact against the racially antagonistic influences within the police department itself.
Notice the date on the above FBI statement, March 3rd. This was before Trayvon Martin was buried. That is how quickly and intensely this grievance narrative was put together. Benjamin Crump first appeared in Sanford on March 5th.
Police Chief Bill Lee was disgusted. However, the final straw for him was when the frightened Mayor of Sanford, Jeff Triplett, caved to the demands of black City Manager Norton Bonaparte (two weeks later), and shared, illegally, the 911 call audio of the Trayvon shooting to Benjamin Crump and black advocates – a day prior to a scheduled hearing with a Judge (Nelson) who would rule on the City’s legal obligation under the Earnhardt Law.
Ben Crump, Tracy Martin, Sybrina Fulton, and their grievance advocates were allowed to listen to the recording in private on March 16th 2012. Benjamin Crump then immediately instructed ABC Reporter Matt Gutman, to copy and distribute the 911 audio recording so he could construct a false narrative about Trayvon’s voice being on the audio.
Sanford Police Chief Bill Lee had enough. He resigned.
Seminole County prosecuting attorney Norm Wolfinger, had a grand jury scheduled for April 11th, 2012. Fortunately for Detective Serino the State of Florida bowed to pressure from the Black Grievance Advocates and moved the case to the control of Jacksonville Prosecuting Attorney, Angela Corey, and her investigators who replaced Serino in the BGI crosshairs.
Corey cancelled the grand jury and proceeded with a show trial, the rest is history.
In the FBI interview of Sgt. Arthur Barnes (below) you can see his admission to giving Tracy Martin information on the case, and his willingness to pressure Detective Serino on behalf of the black community. He was brutally unapologetic: