The prosecutors in the George Zimmerman case spoke to ABC News Monday morning, continuing to doubt Zimmerman’s version of the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, and openly speculating about his reasons for not taking the stand.
“I prayed that he would have the courage to take the stand,” lead prosecuting attorney Bernie de la Rionda said. “But as we all well know, he made the decision not to.”
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ABC’s Matt Gutman asked if de la Rionda thought Zimmerman was “scared” to testify.
“The proof is in the pudding,” de la Rionda said. “Did he take the stand?”