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Pressed his plane George Superman's police interviews there -- parks as a lawyer for a trip on Martin's family he joins us message -- -- -- -- How's the family doing that -- you know I've been involved these cases and it's just unthinkable the -- it was well.
It's tough for them you'd think he'd been sitting through all of the evidence and heard in this case.
They've seen many pictures they've heard the meaning no one calls to hear that guys have a ticket child's life.
We've heard from the witness who -- last spoke to.
On the phone and heard about how he tried to run for his life.
We have heard about the -- altercation.
They've heard George -- version of what happened right and they know this in doing this on for example the term home me.
Let's -- terminals -- this sun would use.
That was it that was a suggestion that there is -- is George.
Simmons said that that was said about him.
Yes yes yes but also to.
As you go through this process -- period.
I mean for you from jury selection hear people talk about but have appears they must've been people who had so many misperceptions about what happened on that night.
Isn't cathartic -- is it easier being in the courtroom for the family boards and make it worse then -- that this city in -- day after day it's.
Easier for -- -- process going forward right.
And to give us all the all the emotion that they are having been dealing with this type of situation is good to be here -- -- -- this one -- gesture for your son.
To defeat his legacy -- to -- his life.
I have no idea how the -- we -- I had to admit they think the prosecution.
As having some troubles in the case and -- evidence is not guys that perfect evidence no matter what case you tried.
But if if the verdict goes against what they want can they accepted from the spirit.
Well I don't -- they didn't even really thought about that car we talk about a little bit in terms of what we may want to do with him.
There's some things we may need to do -- you know as we prepare for dead date however.
I think in this case though this jury you know I watched that one juror who I think might be the foreperson.
At the end the week when he published a picture of -- runs the body around she -- going to.
Available to grow and I watched so I think that we get some traction here.
I think that some of the content does that Mark O'Meara is -- before this so in the race now.
I think the -- you just played a few minutes ago we talk about free -- had covered his mouth and his nose right that's not accumulates -- down.
I think good headed right last Friday right it was costly and restaurant that's not the same as a beat down another major point -- think about the fact.
And Denmark -- tried to describe it as he had his lives.
-- zoom arms right let me is that the lower part of -- run by I would be who who of -- -- -- -- will be covered.
So this whole allegation that treatment would've seen a gun is not possible.
If he's beaten out as he had in pulling out -- -- to -- soon as CNN.
So did some real problems with them.
That -- the fact that he claims in you've heard that -- had to be listing PC gets a little bit of his kid was on the conference a little.
Right so this whole notion that he was you know Baylor has hit on the concrete they talked about an opening statement this is -- -- there.
Will you accept the jury -- that I take it that from what you said no matter what the jury birdies either way that you and your respect that the tournament is -- you anymore you stress accuses wall somewhere -- piano that I know went very well.
I know that very well.
What's that what's your thought -- -- look across the room with as George Zimmermann.
-- -- -- -- -- you think this would have happened if this had been a daylight confrontation.
No they would have happened if the races were reversed that they -- to to the two perpetrators that they.
And do it civilian killed -- of a -- -- of gun and -- -- exit wound.
He had been arrested.
Well it's government has been arrested well but look the protests were about him didn't give him arrested that's what we had to fight so hard in these -- Are we not beyond that mean now I'm in that that isn't that sort of battle over it's been arrested and now the issue really is you know a fair trial to both the family.
And the defended the -- progress isn't that where we are so we shouldn't we should vital battles we should -- That you should learn lessons from what happened here right I think anyone -- -- in that position as a prosecutor from now all right should make a very informed decision about what you're doing.
And so you have many situations across the country will prosecutors.
Make these type of discretionary calls all the time.
I this does -- that I'm Ted just that I'm worried about -- it's very very either way I'm not accepted either way and I had just hope that everything everybody else you'll also realizes that you would.
-- we've -- to these six people have a whichever way the cards fall.
Well I think most -- funny we get this question quite often about the makeup of the jury right.
What did we should say it's it's a white trim maybe it's one Hispanic member maybe.
Edmund -- you have to also remember their places in this country where they are many.
Minorities and so when you you try case here you're trying to keys for the people who are they here yet and don't look to a -- like you and I.
I tried inner city admitted that watching BC I'd had a very different jury forever -- it's nice CI puppet combat -- don't do that.
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