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That actually -- listen guys we configured keep going in circles and going in circles but if you want me to consider the Frye hearing bringing in Sam.
Braverman Ed camera holder -- as an on set as well.
She's likely to be when it need to get to this Frye hearing right right -- she's like we can't be here all day.
I think she's an average job so far just -- middle of -- it's time we've seen her.
She says gentlemen the rules to how we're gonna proceed here I want you to follow all the rules.
That I'm most comfortable following because that's what would make the best decisions so it's certainly their interest to follow our rules and she says it goes in writing.
It's -- noticed your adversary and they read that -- we will argue.
So I think she's encouraging them to do the right thing.
One of the things that.
The judge rules that the state cannot say racial.
Profiling that they can use the word -- and as one of the things that just came out of this at the housekeeping this morning.
So the state.
Cannot say racial profiling but can use the word profile.
Is that going to be beneficial -- I don't think it -- -- state at all and I think.
The rate of one of the reasons Washington like is that racial profiling that complete term is such a charged term that people interpret to mean a lot of different things.
And the state doesn't -- that the state needs to say that this gentleman Zimmerman got out of his car.
For reasons on his own.
That he had no evidence whatsoever that table Martin and everything wrong he just said on his own to -- one whopper if someone doesn't belong here.
And it phrased that way -- they could use that again and again and again -- -- unity doesn't belong here and in fact he didn't stay with somebody in the -- He is much -- leaders are remembered.
I don't think the state loses anything but lose in the work racial.
Zimmerman profiled him and said -- you -- an undesirable I think it's very ethnic differences.
Also the judge is being very cautious and all of her rulings because of the repercussions that are not only going to happen or potentially going to happen.
Inside the courtroom but also outside of the courtroom and because this is such a racially charged case already from its inception.
To try to take.
Anything out that could -- here that -- swaying one way or another because this was back -- a case of race.
It is -- that she's trying to avoid.
That's also part of this as well she's she's being very careful on her rulings with regard to race.
The really good point good -- protects government's right on appeal if he lets in too much.
She could damage his case if he would -- an appeal she can keep some things out that are really of no value.
To anybody but don't impacted them so I think it's -- -- And also -- in in my research at best I was looking at the at the OJ Simpson trial which is was a case that really we spot.
As being so racially charged after the verdict.
This case is even even worse for lack -- about -- work because we have racial.
At the moment a bit that this incident occurred so we've been dealing with this conversation.
From the time it happened to -- its wrath through jury selection.
So it's unfortunate but this is this is the way it's going so the judge has all the more reason to protect that issue.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Where you can avoid excess.
You can't avoid what is built into the case.
Zimmerman hit more needed to be sure he saw somebody else walking around but he picked more for reasons that mark was young black kids.
He could see lots of things but that's the only factor that we -- No we don't we do not have doctor.
That he picked him because he was the black cat or that he was -- young kid he picked him because he believed.
That this kid was was engaging in illegal activity in the neighborhood through the neighborhood -- -- mean -- legal activity -- He believed possibly because remember he did say that there were.
There were previous.
Break ends in the in the -- -- -- That night.
Now it -- as the neighborhood watch.
I don't think that what that moment to say that I -- not.
The findings -- that I I really want to determine if someone comes -- court because there's so little evidence.
There it is really no forensic evidence they're no eyewitnesses -- that -- typical case.
But he -- even in his interview it which I believe Sean Hannity he -- in this interview the note that that trip on -- was.
Thursday that he believed that now I think is in the state.
-- say that what he said on the show.
What you sense that easily -- A moment there we go three years saying that perhaps he's intentionally -- yet know the guy was black and green he may -- early on I'm not gonna testify at trial.
But I'm gonna get my message out in so many formats.
It hears the message I have.
Whether it's true it's not true it.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- And at what reason why why not put me on a jury is that I did so critical of anything that I -- I might be exceptions critical of him his statement as well well because you're used to dealing.
Criminals -- them I have I have a -- -- them it is but I think it was very stupid going back to his his interviews.
It was it.
Any attorney that Smart with all due respect his -- Would never let their client happy -- Even if they've seen buried in their story was Iraq it's very easy get.
To get killed on cross examination found one little fact -- said that on the show and -- saying why are products that.
And not look like your -- and anybody that your favorite your receiving and a nice comfortable environment as well as.
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