What’s the Difference Between the Marissa Alexander Case and the Zimmerman Case?

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    Jacque Reid goes “Inside Her Story” with Bruce Zimet, the attorney representing Marrissa Alexander, the woman who received twenty years in prison after firing a warning shot into her ceiling despite it not harming or killing anyone.

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    2 thoughts on “What’s the Difference Between the Marissa Alexander Case and the Zimmerman Case?

    1. The differences between the case are night and day:

      1) Zimmerman had forensic evidence to support him; Alexander didn’t.
      2) Zimmerman had eyewitness testimony; Alexander didn’t.
      3) Zimmerman had six witnesses verifies his cries for help on THE 911 tape; Alexander didn’t.
      4) Zimmerman actually called 911; Alexander didn’t.
      5) Zimmerman had video and photos of his injuries; Alexander didn’t.
      6) Zimmerman cooperated with the police; Alexander didn’t.
      7) Angela Corey had to bend and break the law to arrest Zimmerman; Corey went by the book to arrest Alexander.

      How’s that?

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