The man who warned George Zimmerman’s defense attorneys that the Florida prosecutor was illegally hiding evidence that might exonerate Zimmerman now says he’s going to sue his former boss.
The exclusive expose’ in The Drudge Report says Ben Kruidbos will sue Florida State Attorney Angela Corey under the whistleblower act. Kruidbos testified under oath that Zimmerman’s prosecutors were personally violating Zimmerman’s rights by hiding exculpatory evidence that should have been turned over to Zimmerman’s legal team. ‘Discovery’ of evidence isn’t optional. It’s mandatory. To violate such basic legal mandates is to discover what the word ‘disbarment’ means.
After Kruidbos testified on behalf of Zimmerman, he was fired by his boss, State Attorney Angela Corey.
The ramifications of the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman case will be long-lasting.