It’s hard to believe that, on the day of the trial, Zimmerman is out in Florida, and his girlfriend, Tanisha Anderson, is in her apartment in suburban Miami, with her newborn son.
It’s not because he has any evidence to suggest she was lying to him or even to her boyfriend.
It doesn’t even seem like she did anything to help him, and he never even gave her a call.
Zimmerman says he never heard from her for a week after they met, and she says she never even made a phone call to him, which is odd given that the two of them were on the same number and that they spoke every day.
But what is most striking is that neither Anderson nor Zimmerman’s parents seem to have heard anything from either of them about what was going on in the apartment.
The following day, when Zimmerman’s lawyers are allowed to present evidence about what they think happened on the night of Feb. 26, they argue that it shows that Zimmerman’s girlfriend had a plan, a strategy, and the ability to do it.
Their main theory is that Anderson, a single mother of a young son, was a “witness” for the defense and that Zimmerman should be tried as an adult because he was a suspect in a crime.
They argue that Zimmerman could have been framed, and that there was a cover-up and cover-for-cover in his own defense.
Their argument has attracted the attention of some of the leading figures in the case, and even led to the firing of one of Zimmerman’s former lawyers, Benjamin Crump.
The defense argues that, if Zimmerman had not been a suspect, there would have been no reason to hold him for questioning at all, and, by implication, the evidence in the investigation would not have been admissible in court.
The prosecution is not convinced.
“There is no evidence whatsoever that any of the people who were at the scene on the evening of Feb, 26, 2002 knew what had happened,” said defense attorney Mark O’Mara, who will be appearing in court next month to argue Zimmerman’s case.
“So if you’re saying there was nothing to do with it, that doesn’t make sense.
Zimmerman says that the prosecution is wrong on so many grounds.
One is that there’s no evidence at all that any one of the witnesses, including the woman who was with Anderson, knew what happened on Feb. 27 or Feb. 28.
Another is that the investigation of the shooting, which was conducted by a single detective with no oversight, is flawed because the detective who was hired to look into it did not interview the witnesses.
And lastly, there’s the question of the woman’s ability to help Zimmerman.
When Anderson and Zimmerman met, Anderson was a single mom of a small child, and her life was about to change forever.
But when Zimmerman showed up at the house on the morning of Feb 13, they had been dating for four years.
They were going to have a baby.
Anderson’s mother, the mother of her two sons, told investigators that when Zimmerman called to tell her he was going to meet with her, she immediately told her husband and asked him to call 911.
It was only after that call that she realized she was going out with a man who was not her boyfriend, but was a friend of her boyfriend’s and had been in the area that morning with her boyfriend at a bar, Anderson told the police.
But Anderson’s boyfriend, whose name she could not recall, had a story to tell to her.
He told her he had a friend who was going somewhere and wanted to meet her.
And, at that point, it would be the first of many times she would meet him, she said.
Anderson said. “
I had to ask him again and again, ‘Are you sure?'”
She did not know what to do.
“I just felt so embarrassed.
I didn’t know what was happening.
After her boyfriend called her, he asked her if she wanted to go back to her apartment and stay with him.
She said, ‘No, I’m going to be at the hospital.'”
Anderson said that she then called her boyfriend and told him she was leaving with Zimmerman.
Zimmerman, she testified, told her to go to her hotel and then to come back.
He drove her to the airport and said he would pick her up.
“She went up there and told me she was staying at the hotel.
Then, she drove me back to the hotel.”
When she finally arrived at the airport, Anderson said, she saw Zimmerman at the front desk.
She didn’t recognize him, but she did know he was there.
As she sat down at the desk, she recalled, she thought, Wow.
I feel like