The George Zimmerman prosecutors violated the civil rights of George Zimmerman himself and committed "criminal actions" according to famed Harvard law professor Alan M. Dershowitz.
As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Al Sharpton says George Zimmerman will face a civil rights lawsuit. Eric Holder of the Department of Justice is apparently willing to pick up that gauntlet, calling Trayvon Martin's death an "unnecessary shooting," and is working with the NAACP.
"I think there were violations of civil rights and civil liberties — by the prosecutor. The prosecutor sent this case to a judge, and willfully, deliberately, and in my view criminally withheld exculpatory evidence. The prosecution should be investigated for civil rights violations, and civil liberty violations."
In reference to the George Zimmerman trial's whistleblower who lost his job at the State Attorney's Office, Dershowitz says Angela Corey should face "disciplinary action" for "deliberately withholding and suppressing" evidence submitted to George Zimmerman's defense and the judge. He claims Corey "withheld other evidence in the course of the pretrial and trial proceedings." The last minute action of requesting additional charges of third-degree murder for "child abuse" is considered by Dershowitz to be "so professionally irresponsible as to warrant sanctions and investigations."
Angela Corey, for her part, requested of the Harvard Law School that they discipline Dershowitz for his outspoken criticism of her actions. Dershowitz claims Harvard "laughed at" her complaint. Even though George Zimmerman has been cleared of all charges, Corey insists the "case was about boundaries and George Zimmerman exceeded those boundaries."
Commenting on possible George Zimmerman civil rights lawsuits, Dershowitz says "I don't think it would succeed" since the evidence shows George Zimmerman helped blacks for years before the Trayvon Martin shooting. Even though George Zimmerman's defense used regular self defense laws and not Stand Your Ground, Dershowitz also believes the controversial Stand Your Ground laws should be changed cause they "elevates macho over the need to preserve life. I think these vigilante community groups have to be disarmed. I don't think Zimmerman should have been allowed to have a gun."
Do you think a George Zimmerman civil rights lawsuit should be presented against Angela Corey and the State Attorney's Office prosecutors?