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The Trayvon Martin Case, Update 27: “I forgot about it.”

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The Trayvon Martin Case, Update 27: “I forgot about it.”.

Once more, Mike does a wonderful recap of the events of last week’s Hearing in the George Zimmerman case.  As Mike stated once again, I am struck at the ability by the State to obfuscate obvious issues and the Judge’s willingness to allow it.

As we are founding out, the defense is moving to exclude voice analysis testimony  as the conclusions are not concrete but have the potential of being inflammatory and extremely prejudicial. The unraveling of W8 due to the interference of Benjamin Crump, and the unethical to say the least of having an important witness testify next to the crying mother of the deceased,  have allowed the defense to look into other potential evidence that might be submitted by the State.  Follow link for the motion:


Here’s the Orlando-Sentinel take on the proposed testimony.  It is…

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7 thoughts on “The Trayvon Martin Case, Update 27: “I forgot about it.”

  1. “have the potential of being inflammatory and extremely prejudicial”

    And if the voice can’t be forensically identified with any amount of certainty, then the recording has little or no probative value… it should be excluded altogether.

    My fear, however, is that Nelson will exclude the expert testimony but still allow the call to be played for the jury without any explanation whatsoever about the lack of consensus. Essentially allowing six laypersons to make a determination that, unbeknownst to them, the experts at the FBI have already determined can’t be made.

    • As far as the screaming goes –

      The jury has two choices – the person with the battered face was screaming for help, or the person with no marks on him was screaming.

      Just prior to the shooting, the person getting battered knew two things. No. 1) the police were minutes away, and 2.) witnesses from the area were watching what was happening and calling 911. There was no reasonable cause to shoot except for fear that help would not arrive quickly enough.

      A reasonable jury should have no problem arriving at a proper conclusion.

      It is pretty well disgraceful for the prosecution to even suggest that it was TM doing the screaming given the evidence that exists in this particular case.

  2. That voice belongs to George. How could anyone believe that a male with a very deep voice would become so high pitched?

    George’s speaking voice has a particular cadence and that cadence came through when I listened to that voice.

    I am not a voice expert, and if I could hear that, then whatever else is said is nothing but lies.

  3. I think I posted this link late last night but have not read it yet since I had back “surgery” today and did not home until after 5PM.

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