George Zimmerman’s defense team tweeted a link announcing its Notice of Hearing where it will request the Court to consider its motion to subpoena’s Trayvon Martin’s tweets.
The fact that his team created a Twitter account demonstrates social media savvy. But its request to subpoena the dead teen’s tweets seems . . . unnecessary, particularly considering that Martin’s tweets are easily found online.
But as this is coming from a team also seeking to subpoena the boy’s middle school records to support its defense, it’s far from shocking.