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Trayvon Martin Is Dead & We Don't Give A F*ck!


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Let's get a few things straight

Zimmerman was found "not guilty"... Not innocent.. There's a difference

Florida and 25 other states as a STAND YOUR GROUND Law. Which is probably why he wasn't convicted

as far as i know the defense did not envoke the SYG law into this case. I believe they voted NG because of the instructions of the law pertaining to this case and florida. If the juror had ANY REASONABLE DOUBT they HAD TO VOTE NOT GUIlTY as instructed by the judge.

that is why NAACP is seek the DOJ review since reasonable doubt would not be in effect. They would sue for violatiion of Tranons civil rights!

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Exactly. There was no DNA of Zimmerman on Trayvon either. You mean to tell me this "thug" was about to kill George but there's no evidence of this?

And now the sidewalk is a deadly weapon? They better arrest every pedestrian they see.

Angie put that sidewalk down or I'll shoot!

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The LAPD was very hostile with the crowd... including shooting them with rubber bullets.

This is true. At first the media didn't even want to cover it, but the police was threatening to arrest people and they were shooting rubber bullets. Doesn't matter as there will still be more protests this week. We will not be silenced. I can't but smile to think that they protested on a Los Angeles freeway. I love it.

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O'Mara: "Zimmerman Wouldn't Have Been Charged if He Was Black"

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His lawyer is full of shit on that. If police had arrived and saw a black man hovering over a dead white teenager, they'd have either arrested him immediately or shot him.

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I hope Trayvon's parents file civil suits against the Sanford Police Department (for their TERRIBLE handling of the initial investigation and of course Zimmerman himself.

They probably won't get any significant money from Zimmerman, but at least he'll be held accountable in some way.

Though they probably don't have faith in any part of the system at this point, and I don't blame them.

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Just to add: Nancy Grace brought this up the night of the verdict, I believe, and I remember there being alot of talk about it when the story first took off last year. It's interesting how this part of the 911 call was conveniently left out of the trial.

Skip to about 2:20 and maybe listen with earphones.

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One of the jurors and her lawyer husband have a book deal so far. On how they couldnt find him guilty based on the jury instructions. Nobody got time for a book all I need is an interview and she can explain. :coffee:

Juror B37 will be on Anderson Cooper tonight
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Juror B37 basically said she believed Zimmerman emphatically. That his heart was in the right place. She would let him be neighborhood watch in her area, and that he deserves his gun back, because he will be the most responsible person in the world with it now.

I thought she was going to say Trayvon deserved to die she was so pro Zimmerman (she referred to him as George throughout the interview).

I couldn't believe it. I thought at the very least she would say they had to acquit him because of the laws in the state (which she did say), but overall... she actually believed him and his story of the events that took place.

I can't even put into words what I feel.

I posted info on all the jurors like 10 pages back, but here is juror B-37

B-37 is a white woman who is an animal lover. She is married to an attorney who deals with space law. She works for a Chiropractor, and said that newspapers were for her parrot cage. "It's a lot better use," she said. "I just don't think they're truthful." The mother of two adult daughters also said she took care of three dogs, four cats and had recently rescued a lizard. She described protests in Sanford as "rioting" and Trayvon as “a boy of color.”

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Just to add: Nancy Grace brought this up the night of the verdict, I believe, and I remember there being alot of talk about it when the story first took off last year. It's interesting how this part of the 911 call was conveniently left out of the trial.

Skip to about 2:20 and maybe listen with earphones.

I understand now the prosecution did not do an effective job at all. They were literally bad. I thought there was method to how they were presenting their case (and there was, putting it all out there for the jury), but they didn't control the narrative. They didn't put pressure on certain witnesses that they should have. It was just bad. I now believe they did throw the case.

Not that it would've matter if they presented an air tight case... they jury was NOT going to convict him. I also now realize that.

Breaks my heart all over again...

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George Zimmerman’s Old MySpace Surfaces: Full of Racist Statements and Admissions of Criminal Activity!

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http://politicalblindspot.org/george-zimmermans-old-myspace-surfaces-full-of-racist-statements-and-admissions-of-criminal-activity/

Huffington Post’s Gene Demby seems to have dug up an old MySpace page belonging to George Zimmerman, the man who shot and killed Trayvon Martin and is charged with his murder, makes disparaging comments about Mexicans and details his response to a criminal case against him in 2005.

The page was first made public by the Miami Herald. Zimmerman’s lawyer, Mark O’Mara, confirmed that the page is George Zimmerman’s MySpace, but has been unused for years.

On Zimmerman’s legal defense fund website, his lawyers admit that the page “will cast Mr. Zimmerman in a less-than-favorable light especially considering the charges he faces.”

“In that regard, it is possible that the statements Mr. Zimmerman made could be used as part of the trial, and therefore it is our policy not to comment directly on items that could become evidence,” the site read. The statement also indicated that the social media accounts of “all the parties” involved might come under scrutiny, and may be introduced at the trial as evidence.

Photos on Zimmerman’s MySpace page show Zimmerman, who calls himself “Joe G.,” with groups of friends. In his biographical blurb, he discusses things he doesn’t miss about his former home in Manassas, Virginia:

I dont miss driving around scared to hit mexicans walkin on the side of the street, soft ass wanna be thugs messin with peoples cars when they aint around (what are you provin, that you can dent a car when no ones watchin) dont make you a man in my book. Workin 96 hours to get a decent pay check, gettin knifes pulled on you by every mexican you run into!”

In an August 24, 2005 blog post, he boasts about his relief about the proceedings in a criminal case.

Im still free! The ex hoe tried her hardest, but the judge saw through it! Big Mike, reppin the Dverse security makin me look a million bucks, broke her down! Thanks to everyone for checkin up on me! Stay tuned for the A.T.F. charges……

A few days later, he expresses happiness that the other charges against him were reduced to misdemeanors.

2 felonies dropped to 1 misdemeanor!!!!!!!!!!! The man knows he was wrong but still got this hump, Thanks to everyone friends and fam, G baby you know your my rock!

In 2005, a 20-year-old Zimmerman was arrested and charged after an altercation with a police officer. The same year, his ex-fianceé filed a restraining order against him and accused him of domestic violence.

The 28-year-old Zimmerman shot and killed Trayvon Martin, an unarmed black 17-year-old, on the night of Feb. 26. The case has garnered international attention, as many have called the case an example of rampant racial profiling, and have called for a repeal of Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” gun laws.

Social media has played a major role in the case so far. News about the case spread virally on sites like Facebook and Twitter before it was picked up by mainstream outlets, and Martin’s since-deleted tweets were made public by the Daily Caller, a conservative news website. One of Martin’s accounts, called “NO_LIMIT_NIGGA,” in which Martin is shown with gold fronts in his mouth and talking about drug use, was seen by many Zimmerman supporters as evidence that the slain teenager was a hoodlum.

“These were not protected tweets,” the site’s editor told The Huffington Post about the decision to run Martin’s tweets, which were from an account that was no longer active. “While he was alive, these were not outside of the public sphere in any shape or form.”

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My fellow MJ fans on this forum may get upset, but Martin Bashir spoke the TRUTH!

He was one of Michael's biggest traitors and deceivers and that will always make me side-eye him, but I'll be damned if he doesn't have some really good sense and commentary sometimes.

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