Friday, December 14, 2012
I write today to condemn Mark O’Mara for the disturbing article that he posted on his website yesterday blaming the State, Benjamin Crump, Natalie Jackson, and the Martin family for the vicious and vile character assassination of two innocent girls committed by his rabid and deranged supporters, who erroneously concluded that first one and then the other was Dee Dee. The purpose of the attacks was to terrorize the person they believed to be Dee Dee into refusing to testify against O’Mara’s client, may his name be forgotten (hereinafter MHNBF).
Dee Dee (AKA: W8) was Trayvon Martin’s girlfriend and she was talking to him on her cell phone when the defendant attacked him. She is an important witness, obviously, and Dee Dee is a fake name developed to protect her identity and assure her privacy. In other words, to protect her from the deliberate campaign of terrorism and character assassination suffered by the two innocent girls.
Fortunately for her, the strategy has been successful.
The two innocent girls were not so fortunate.
Intimidating witnesses is a felony and every person who participated in or encouraged others to participate in committing those acts is guilty of a felony. Every one of them also is guilty of conspiracy to intimidate witnesses.
No, the First Amendment does not protect witness intimidation.
I hope all of them are arrested, indicted, convicted and sentenced to prison.
The title of the article is Addressing Concerns About Cyber Attacks and Doxing
In pertinent part, O’Mara said:
“We understand that there may have been such actions directed at individuals who may be associated with Witness #8. In an October 19 hearing, the defense team requested a Subpoena Duces Tecum for the social media accounts of Witness #8; however, we intentionally did not disclose her name or any possible Twitter handle out of respect for her privacy. (We still have not been informed of her Twitter handles). If there is an individual who has been mistaken as Witness #8, and if this individual has been subjected to these practices, then we feel that those who knew Witness #8’s identity and therefore her Twitter handle, such as the State Attorneys Office or the handlers of the Martin family, have had many specific opportunities through social media or press conferences to publicly correct the misrepresentations and end the concerns — an opportunity they have yet to take. We implore them to do so now, to minimize any further damage. If they know the Twitter handles are of a person unrelated to the case, why has this not been publicized? “
Notwithstanding CYA boilerplate language, scrape away the bullshit and you have this statement:
It’s your fault. Give us her social media handles, or else.
I thought I had seen it all.