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Thanks -- -- and Bill O'Reilly and isn't legal segment tonight three very hot topics beginning with the trailer on -- murder trial in Florida begins next week as -- -- now.
29 year old George airman charged with killing the seventh annual Martin Sanford Florida last year.
-- -- attorneys Fox's house can we -- for at least with so I think that this racial overtones this is shrouds this whole trial does it not.
-- does that should have no place in the courtroom -- is absolutely irrelevant in a court really judge be able to control yes I think so because the only issue in this courtroom.
Is whether his government acted in self defense that night whether he can.
He does have to make the case for whether the prosecution can make includes the -- aging and prove that he didn't that he didn't put it's going to be very very.
Intense on jury selection deal closes on.
The key to this whole case is going to be jury selection of -- is regardless of where it's even try and color and going to be the big thing I'm not so we can't be nineteenth to say the race isn't gonna play an issue because.
That Casey is about race when it comes right down -- -- perceived to be I'm not sure enough controversy in the public but what it should be is about we.
You got twelve jurors right part is that 66 jurors and four Florida oh you'll leaves Texas Florida and know how to get unidentified number goes -- reason we had -- -- -- Yeah give me and it really -- question right so this six hole it and maybe you should be 22 into right to get America into whites and if you can't -- Democrat and -- you can -- -- would -- would all know I have -- -- -- -- the Supreme Court case clubs bats and -- can't -- little -- -- I'm telling you attorneys do it all the time.
Sure they can make excuses vacancy on keeping this guy out there and -- -- -- something.
Obviously that was a fair way it would it be fair and that's -- image that is a fair trial.
If we're 22 in two would that be fair if you were an attorney.
If defending Zimmerman would you go -- less of -- of those individuals sent on to the -- value late the evidence based on the facts you know if you felt that they were they were honest human -- I think they would be less criticism -- -- white jury and I have an all black and you've got a community -- where blacks make up about 10% of the community Hispanics about sixteen and -- about 66 let me do the -- and every single -- I understand that buddy -- so explosive -- the that would -- more credibility.
Really in the public perception.
To the jury trot and the outcome because it's we're based on population.
In the during this population and say this is a fair jury because it's you know representing -- pop on -- is -- popular and -- tired tired making a horrible mistake here which is it just assuming that because of one's person's race that's how they're gonna vote.
That's assuming anything -- -- -- I mean who would suit was so we wouldn't -- what's the matter with you to know yeah because I want to perception of fairness -- -- and then you have that without intuitive Bradley -- right okay this is an army private.
Who leaks sensitive of military documents to WikiLeaks article one -- okay armed and is now being tried in military -- right.
He's going to be found guilty I don't think is any doubt about privacy and -- -- it right all right he admits he did it.
You get so why are we going through this let's just put him in jail for twenty years now yeah.
Error value why they elected to proceed with this military trial despite the fact that he pled to a number of lesser charges they really wanted to get Max -- as an example article one of four of the uniform code of military justice aiding and banning.
Evidence from one of the 22 Navy SEALs went in and did -- -- -- a bottom bad for Osama bin Laden's place -- recover.
Hard drives materials -- sent to the connect directly back.
Two Wiki -- and so that they -- because he.
Al-Qaeda people can go on WikiLeaks and having read it exactly -- you both say he's -- his era in his guilty guilty will be I was late and violent it was by the way this this weasel Assange a Julien signs ahead of -- -- He's still in the Ecuadorian embassy in London I'm not must be nice still -- Renaissance not its not -- smartest guys in a little room as he can't go out I don't you know.
He's a criminal and he has forever -- isn't that I used on everybody -- sexual assault right wheels.
Fort Hood the terrorists down there the major brands get represented -- which is basically saying to the jury.
I'm balloon right and please sentenced me to death sentence me to death and it's going to be horrible for those victims taken the stand that he's got to now cross examine that -- the very people that he shot well -- judge is -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Twelve members announced that they all have a ranked higher than major step right at least there on the current which are correct and they -- so let's recap the size lets kids Monday.
We don't really know how the trailer on Martin case is gonna come out but should you say it's hard for the prosecution they have a hard really hard hit the -- -- So we'll watch a trial and we will cover it in a very fair way here.
Number two Bradley Manning is totaled just twenty years twenty years plus that -- sunshine.
OK now and then must it.
Five -- Nadal Hassan MacDonald's -- the death penalty a loom that's okay track you got anything that I.
Think we accomplished a lot here I'm do you -- -- are having you know this you know his wandering around in the valley of Syrian beginning wealthy Dallas morning.
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