The Trayvon Martin Case, Update 37.3: Near Resolution

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Our long, national nightmare is finally over.  Or at least the primary chapters have been written and sent to the printer.  I have no doubt we’ll be hearing about George and Shellie Zimmerman for many years to come.  But for now, Shellie’s legal nightmare is nearly at an end and she has the opportunity to reclaim something of a life.  I wrote about the charge against Shellie, a charge virtually devoid of evidence, in Update 37.2.

Last week, Shellie’s trial date of August 21 was postponed in lieu of a status conference.  The most common reason for such postponements this close to trial is an imminent plea agreement.  We now know that was indeed the case. The Orlando Sentinel reports: 

Shellie Zimmerman, the wife of acquitted murder suspect George Zimmerman, admitted Wednesday that she had committed perjury to help her husband get out of jail and agreed to…

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