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04-16-12, 02:05 AM #21
I know nothing about this other than the breathless tripe aired by the media. I'm going to say however the initial reaction and conclusion was probably the correct one. In the media vacuum and without the Al Sharpton race baiting and prior to Mike Tyson's studious analysis; I'm gonna guess they did the right thing without hidden motives. Reversing the investigative conclusion for the sake of politics serves nobody but politicians.That which does not kill me, better start fucking running.
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04-16-12, 02:17 AM #22
If Zimmerman started the incident and fight he should not be justified in shooting someone just because he was losing something he started.
I see the media brought up Treyvon's marijuana issue. I would rather deal with a pot head than a meth head or drunk any day of the week. Pot makes them lazy and hungry, not violent and UN-predictable."Fear not the night. Fear that which walks the night. And *I* am that which walks the night. But only evil need fear me …and gentle souls sleep safe in their beds…because I walk the night".- Dave Grossman
04-18-12, 06:26 PM #23
Sort of like saying "she wouldn't have been raped if she hadn't dressed like that" or "that guy wouldn't have been robbed if he had stayed in his own part of town."
Following someone is not an assault and not a crime. He was on the phone to 911, just like every other 911 DUI broadcast or suspicious person broadcast you've ever heard.I'm your huckleberry...
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04-19-12, 10:40 PM #24
It's nothing like saying those things. following someone is not a crime, but from what I understand, Zimmerman tried detaining treyvon because he looked suspicious. I don't know about Florida's laws but in my state, unwanted physical contact is a crime. if Zimmerman did try and unlawfully detain Treyvon and was getting his ass kicked because of it, your saying he was justified in shooting him? I call bullshit."Fear not the night. Fear that which walks the night. And *I* am that which walks the night. But only evil need fear me …and gentle souls sleep safe in their beds…because I walk the night".- Dave Grossman
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Even if we look at this whole thing in the light least favorable to Zimmerman, first degree murder is a joke.
04-20-12, 10:50 AM #26
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04-20-12, 06:08 PM #27
04-22-12, 09:36 PM #28
I'm looking at this, and see 2 things.
1. File Charges (2nd Degree murder) and arrest Zimmerman makes the family and race pimps happy. make them feel they're getting some "justice"
2. File Charges (2nd Degree murder) knowing the prosecutors have a weak case against Zimmerman (my opinion based on what little evidence I've been presented) and since he was given only a $150,000 bond for 2nd degree murder, I think the case may be pretty weak.
Plus, if he is found not guilty, then he cannot stand trial for 2nd degree murder again.
Keep in mind, I havent kept up with any of the details since probably 3 weeks after this incident happened, so I don't know of any "smoking gun" the prosecution may have.Wiping the turds of humanity from the ass of society from 1600 to midnight.
04-23-12, 04:08 AM #29"Fear not the night. Fear that which walks the night. And *I* am that which walks the night. But only evil need fear me …and gentle souls sleep safe in their beds…because I walk the night".- Dave Grossman
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