Just saw this thread. I've been following the Boston case.
Since someone asked, here's the policy.
There is a difference between school records and police records. O'Mara requested and received school records which are not being made public. The police records were obtained by an FOIA request, not O'Mara. They have become part of an internal affairs investigation. O'Mara has not filed any pleadings about them or indicated he will seek to introduce them. If they weren't in possession of the state's attorney, or an agency that participated in the Zimmerman investigation, he's under no duty to disclose them.
If I'm not mistaken, the 8 pages of reports on Martin were not released. Only documents with school officers talking about them were released. So no one knows what they said.
The issue in this case is whether GZ's actions in shooting Martin were justified. We already know he was hit first. Unless the police records show a propensity by Martin for unprovoked violence, and I'm not aware that they do, they remain irrelevant to any issue in GZ's legal case and serve only to attack Martin's character. Just as does his reported drug use.
If you think that the actions of the police in handling the Martin reports affected the decision of Sanford to charge, or they deliberately withheld them from the FDLE or the state's attorney's office, or something along those lines, you can discuss that without referring to the specific actions of Martin contained in the reports.
It's been over a week since I looked at this, so if new information contradicts what I've written here, please PM me and point it out. I will be happy to make any corrections.
I haven't read through the responses on this thread, but when I do, I will delete any that attack Martin's character. If you have posted in the thread, and want to preserve your comments, copy them to your computer, so if I delete them, you won't be out your work.