Dead boys mother could incriminate herself coroner.”
What has really bothered me was the part about “damaging her self esteem,” the part that she had a right to, I don’t know, and the part that I am now convinced she had an interest in. That is the one I remember thinking.
Q: What did you think when the news hit that it was about Trayvon Martin?
A: I thought about his grandmother. How could somebody do something so horrible? And that made me feel uncomfortable. And I thought to myself, “The worst part of all is her not being in jail.” But I knew she would turn the corner, and I also knew she wouldn’t let him die in jail. He had her bapronxack. He would have loved her. So, if he’d been killed, I was never going to forgive him for what he ha우리카지노d done. If he hadn’t killed him, he was just a kid.
I remember reading about this woman who was in jail and her daughter being dragged around on a wheel chair. They never met. It’s still there in my mind. What a tragedy.
Q: What is it about these cases where there are conflicting reports and conflicting eyewitnesses? What makes it so difficult to work a case?
A: This is a situation where what they say is false or, I don’t know, inadmissible evidence. Because she was not charged. And we know she had the evidence. So what is she doing now? I can’t see it happening, if she was charged. We have to wait for her to meet her lawyer. I think she wants the truth.
Q: So you’re sympathetic to her.
A: She’s very protective of what she believes. Her mother is so protective of what she believes. She says, “He was a good child. He loved me, loved me very much. He didn’t even want me to see him.” She says she’s going to talk to her lawyer. But for me, she should have testified earlier.
Q: But she was so dist바카라사이트raught over the death.
A: I don’t understand it. I can only imagine a little girl’s grief. But my heart goes out to Trayvon. I know he wasn’t there to do this. I don’t understand the way that she thinks. I don’t understand the way they say this. I wish I could be the person who knows why she did it. But I do not.
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