“A court employee who retrieved photos and deleted text messages from Trayvon Martin’s cellphone has been placed on administrative leave after an attorney testified that prosecutors didn’t properly turn over the evidence to the defense, an attorney said Wednesday.” That’s from miamiherald.com. The prosecution, of course, has a duty to share all evidence with the defense. Given the fact that Zimmerman’s attorney, Mark O’Mara, has already released a set of photos from Martin’s phone what were less than flattering, it raises questions as to whether all the photos were ultimately turned over or if some have been deleted . . .
A former prosecutor in the office of prosecutor Angela Corey ratted out the offender, Ben Kruidbos. “‘I’m an officer of the court and I’m obliged to inform the court of any misconduct or any potential misconduct coming before the court. Whether it’s by the defense or prosecution,’ (former prosecutor Wesley) White said.” Not only has the case against Zimmerman been crumbling for months, it appears that Corey’s assembled the most effective prosecutorial team since the O.J. Simpson trial.