State v. George Zimmerman (Pre-Trial) > Zimmerman: Police Investigation

How far did SPD get into their investigation?

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willisnewton:
We now have a great deal of information, documents and recordings outlining the investigation conducted by Sanford Police.  Without benefit of a lawyer, GZ gave them many statements and they collected a good deal of evidence.  What did they miss, as evidenced by later actIons?  What did they catch? Should it have ended there or not?   What could local prosecutor norm Wolfinger have done with just what the SPD found?  What if they had more time? 

TalkLeft:
It doesn't seem like the FDLE and State's Attorney's office did much more than the Sanford Police. I think we'll know Monday when the new discovery is available.

Lousy1:

--- Quote from: willisnewton on July 06, 2012, 05:17:40 PM ---We now have a great deal of information, documents and recordings outlining the investigation conducted by Sanford Police.  Without benefit of a lawyer, GZ gave them many statements and they collected a good deal of evidence.  What did they miss, as evidenced by later actIons?  What did they catch? Should it have ended there or not?   What could local prosecutor norm Wolfinger have done with just what the SPD found?  What if they had more time?

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It would have been nice to see a rigorous, questioning and  vetting of DeeDee's statement as appears to have been done with John

labrat:
Doesn't look like they bothered to interview the 7-11 clerk.

Aussie54:

--- Quote from: Lousy1 on July 06, 2012, 06:49:15 PM ---It would have been nice to see a rigorous, questioning and  vetting of DeeDee's statement as appears to have been done with John

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Yes indeed, DeeDee was softballed and there are so many things wrong with her statement that it is hard to know where to begin. There are so many inconsistencies with her statement.

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