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Chris Serino's Phone Interview w/GZ

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DebFrmHell:
http://www.talkleft.com/zimm/serinotrans325call.pdf

In the beginning Serino is talking into his recorder stating who his is, his status with the SPD, Date, Time, that he is calling GZ from his house, and the case number, etc.  He says that he is "getting ready to make a call to George ZImmerman in reference to case number 201250001136.  Hey George?"

He then begins his call with GZ and asked if GZ has retained a lawyer, questions him about Craig Sonner, then begins to ask a few questions with answers because he wants to arrange a time that Zimmerman can come back to interview with the SAO.

My question is why did he not tell George Zimmerman that he was recording the call?  At the end of the conversation he says "bye" then proceeds to state "I will conclude that telephone interview.  It is 8:42 pm."

If the SAO took over the case on March 23rd or so why is he even calling GZ on 25th?

Redbrow:

--- Quote from: DebFrmHell on August 15, 2012, 11:29:51 PM ---
If the SAO took over the case on March 23rd or so why is he even calling GZ on 25th?

--- End quote ---

Because the SAO knows it is unethical for them to contact an unrepresented defendant directly, so they used a puppet like Serino to do their dirty work for them. That is my guess.

DebFrmHell:

--- Quote from: Redbrow on August 15, 2012, 11:39:41 PM ---Because the SAO knows it is unethical for them to contact an unrepresented defendant directly, so they used a puppet like Serino to do their dirty work for them. That is my guess.

--- End quote ---

So why did they refuse to take a call from him some three days before his arrest on April 11th?

unitron:

--- Quote from: Redbrow on August 15, 2012, 11:39:41 PM ---Because the SAO knows it is unethical for them to contact an unrepresented defendant directly, so they used a puppet like Serino to do their dirty work for them. That is my guess.

--- End quote ---

But was he an unrepresented defendant at the time, or just unrepresented?

He hadn't been charged at that point (they waited until the day after the grand jury they dodged began).

I realize that it's just a technicality since it's unprovable but still painfully obvious that they took the case away from Wolfinger right after March 20th because they intended to charge him with something, but still, you aren't a defendant until there's a charge against which to defend.

Redbrow:
Zimmerman may not have been officially charged at the time but knowing what we do now it is seems clear Bondi intended to use Corey to charge Zimmerman regardless of probable cause, without a grand jury hearing.

March 21st – IN NEW YORK CITY LIMO (With Crump) Pam Bondi: “Hey Sybrina, Tracy, are you there. Hi. I am so very, very, sorry. As attorney general, I have absolutely no legal authority to take the case, and I looked, I tried.”

She apparently already determined Trayvon and the Martin's were victims of a crime and is stating her desire to prosecute the case before there was a officially a case.

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