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   A quondam employee of Florida State Attorney Angela Corey's office will be filling a whistle-blower lawsuit against the prosecutors in the George Zimmerman murder trial. Zimmerman was released from jail on Saturday evening clearing all the charges in the shooting death of Travyon Martin.

     Ben Kruidbos, Corey's former director of Information Technology was dismissed after testifying at a June 6 pre-trail hearing that prosecutors failed to turn over potentially embarrassing evidence from Martin's cellphone to defense. Prosecutors are requested to disclose such evidence to the defense under evidence - sharing laws. 

     "We will be filing a whistle- blower action in (Florida's Fourth Judicial District) Circuit Court," Wesley White, Kruibo's attorney, told Reuters. The law suit will be filed within 30 days.
      This will be a add on pressure for Corey, Who is already facing critique from a few legal experts for the very unsuccessful judgement of the case, which ultimately lead to the release of Zimmerman. Corey did not want to comment on this issue.

     A representative of Corey declared that Kruidbo's was terminated because of hacking confident information from State computers. This letter which was made public earlier states, "deliberate, willful and unscrupulous action," that made him untrustworthy and calls his questioning of de la Rionda'a actions regarding the cell phone evidence," a shallow, but obvious, attempt to cloak yourself in the protection of whistle-blower law."
       "Trial law requires prosecutors to share evidence with defense attorneys, especially if it helps exonerate defendants. The requirement is known as Brady disclosure," a report said.

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