Trayvon Martin Case: Commissioners vote "no confidence" in Sanford police chief

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First step, now the f'r needs to get fired and Zimmerman arrested.

SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. — A Sanford city commissioner asked the city's police chief, Bill Lee, to step down in regards to the investigation in the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.

Commissioner Mark McCarty called for Lee's resignation, and to give him a vote of no confidence.

Commissioners voted "no confidence" in the police chief, in a 3 to 2 vote Wednesday night.

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Jones asked Sanford City Manager Norton Bonaparte and Sanford Mayor Jeff Triplett whether either one of them will order Zimmerman's arrest, but neither one would commit to it.

However, Triplett said there have been conversations about it at Sanford City Hall, and several council members have had the conversation with the Bonaparte, who has full authority to fire Lee.

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  • dandy

    I'll betcha' $10,000 that as soon as the lawsuits start rolling in the bastards will vote the chief out and arrest Zimmerman with the quickness!