If you don't recognize the name Angela Corey, climb out of the hole you're in and read what follows:
But for the crime of firing two gunshots into the ground to scare off some teenagers, he is serving 20 years in prison.
Thompson is nearly blind, diabetic and has had multiple heart surgeries. In the past few years since he was in prison, he has had surgery on his prostate and to remove tumors from his face.
Two years ago, the judge who reviewed the 20-year term required by Florida's mandatory minimum law called it "a crime in itself." He sentenced Thompson to three years instead of 20.
But that was overturned on appeal by the office of 4th Circuit State Attorney Angela Corey, the prosecutor in the case of George Zimmerman — the accused shooter of Sanford teen Trayvon Martin.
The more we learn of Ms. Corey, the more one wonders how in hell someone like her is serving in the capacity she's serving.
And we're to expect she'll be pursuing truth and justice in the Zimmerman case?
When pigs fly out of my rear end.
H/T to Dan Riehl who links to a video giving more detail.