Alan Dershowitz: If rioting happens after Zimmerman verdict, fault rests squarly on Fla. prosecutor Angela Corey

This is a great interview between Steve Malzberg and Alan Dershowitz on the Zimmerman trial. Dershowitz starts by slamming Angela Corey, the Florida prosecutor, for overcharging the case and said if there is rioting after this is over, blame falls squarely on her shoulders. He said what she did was unethical and that she is corrupt and politically motivated.

He also talked about what might happen in the case at this point, noting that he believes reasonable doubt has been established and that Zimmerman will likely walk free. But he also gets into what we know and don’t know, and how he believes the prosecution will try and go for a lesser charge.

And more. Listen:

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