A Mother Lost Her Child. Who Would Celebrate a Loss Such as Hers?

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Stag_R_Lee

Scottsdale, AZ

#1 Jul 14, 2013
So many are caught up in the media promoted racial dimensions of this case that the tragedy affecting the Martin family goes unnoticed. Their suffering must be almost overwhelming. After all is said and done, a mother has lost a child--and from appearances, the loss was avoidable. Such a loss, such a loss. Who would be so warped as to celebrate a human tragedy of this magnitude? May the family find peace.
Stag_R_Lee

Scottsdale, AZ

#7 Jul 14, 2013
THE RELIC wrote:
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Stag, the perverted mind is morally depraved and as you alluded to, pain and suffering is color blind.
Now Lanza, Holmes, Loughner wasn't hunting AA's. They all struck out at their own because, hate beget hate
Thanks. I do think this moment should be given to the family.
Boobs

Orlando, FL

#8 Jul 14, 2013
I agree. I think this case was hard from the beginning and I still haven't totally made up my mind about guilt but I know all of this was avoidable. Most killings are. As a mother my heart aches for any woman who loses her child.
Blackman

Sicklerville, NJ

#10 Jul 14, 2013
o-h-r-e-a-l-l-y wrote:
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"IF Trayvon was white....."
YOU people would.....
Yeah you keep saying that fool, but I keep telling you blacks were pissed casey Anthony got off. Not everybody is as short minded as you fool.
Blackman

Sicklerville, NJ

#11 Jul 14, 2013
As for the op question racist whites celebrate it.

Ask yourself are you really surprised by this. Anything negative towards blacks they love.

“Be wise as a serpent”

Since: May 13

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#14 Jul 14, 2013
Black people, stop trying to garner sympathy from these animals, this is their nature. Centuries in this Nation should tell you all you need to know about them.

“Take the kinks out ya mind”

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Since: Jul 13

and not your hair

#16 Jul 14, 2013
Great post OP, I think that's where all the emotion came from on my part. I have a brother about the same age as Trayvon and to imagine I could lose him in this way is quite detrimental, however I should still stay civil and respect the Jurors decision even though I disagree with it. My heart just goes out to Sabrina Fulton I'm not a mother, so I can't even imagine the pain she must be going through realizing her son was killed, his image was killed, and now his justice. I think we must realize he's in a better place and god is going to touch his family in an amazing way, but my heart definitely goes out to his family.
Stag_R_Lee

Scottsdale, AZ

#18 Jul 14, 2013
Cee_Cipher wrote:
Black people, stop trying to garner sympathy from these animals, this is their nature. Centuries in this Nation should tell you all you need to know about them.

The fact that someone, and many have already, show respect and love for this family. Such comments belong here. The important thing is that the Martin's have my sympathy. Trolls be damned.
Stag_R_Lee

Scottsdale, AZ

#21 Jul 14, 2013
brownskin_beauty wrote:
Great post OP, I think that's where all the emotion came from on my part. I have a brother about the same age as Trayvon and to imagine I could lose him in this way is quite detrimental, however I should still stay civil and respect the Jurors decision even though I disagree with it. My heart just goes out to Sabrina Fulton I'm not a mother, so I can't even imagine the pain she must be going through realizing her son was killed, his image was killed, and now his justice. I think we must realize he's in a better place and god is going to touch his family in an amazing way, but my heart definitely goes out to his family.
Note: I "judged" your post with positive symbols. I looked a moment ago, and they have all turned negative. Normally, I wouldn't give a damn, but your post seems so appropriate and sensitive I needed to mention the switch.

“I'm a proud grandma”

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#23 Jul 14, 2013
Blackman wrote:
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Yeah you keep saying that fool, but I keep telling you blacks were pissed casey Anthony got off. Not everybody is as short minded as you fool.
I agree. There was total outrage over that verdict, too.

Of course if we had a Black, wannabe cop, calling 911, and being told he didn't need to pursue a teenager, and the teenager turned up dead, these same folks would be on here talking about, why didn't he leave that child alone?

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Since: May 08

Pacific Northwest

#24 Jul 14, 2013
BobTBird69 wrote:
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F U Phag_got
I have no love for Blacks.
That's because you're lonely and feeling hurt inside, Bob.

We all know that your demeanor would improve instantly if you could get a hot date with an attractive African-American woman. The history books have recorded the lustful and depraved attraction beginning hundreds of years ago.

Fortunately for many of us, Dr. King taught us to control our emotions... to keep love in our hearts... and not to sink to your depths of hate and wickedness. That is one of the reasons why men like me continue to have a great love for Whites.
Stag_R_Lee

Scottsdale, AZ

#25 Jul 14, 2013
Sarah Jayne wrote:
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We are celebrating justice. That Latino Neighborhood Watchman did nothing wrong. Defending yourself from a violent drug dealer who attacks you isn't a crime.
Florida is a slightly safer place without Trayvon in it.
If your idea of justice is to conclude--without benefit of trial-- that a deceased child is a violent drug dealer and the same child, now unable to defend himself, attacked George Zimmerman, then you should buy a dictionary. YOU REALLY NEED A DICTIONARY!!!!
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But, trial and justice aside, most reasonable people would sympathize--would want to sympathize with Trayvon's family. If you are an exception-- why hide behind "justice?"
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“Take the kinks out ya mind”

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Since: Jul 13

and not your hair

#26 Jul 14, 2013
Stag_R_Lee wrote:
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Note: I "judged" your post with positive symbols. I looked a moment ago, and they have all turned negative. Normally, I wouldn't give a damn, but your post seems so appropriate and sensitive I needed to mention the switch.
Thank you, it's ok, many come to these threads filled with hate, but I don't care tofight fire with fire, I don't even care to associate with them, I just want to give a more positive vibe to the people that are as passionate as me about this issue.
Stag_R_Lee

Scottsdale, AZ

#30 Jul 14, 2013
There's a problem with returning to Africa. The place is over-run with whites an d Asians.: D
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And about that medal. Medals are awarded by higher authority. They are earned--usually on a battlefield and given for a heroic deed.
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Now, if dear Alfred really thinks that an armed man, in pursuit of an innocent child, should get a medal for killing that child then Alfred needs a cold, cleansing shower and a rubber room. The man's dangerous

Level 8

Since: May 08

Pacific Northwest

#31 Jul 14, 2013
Alfred Yodl wrote:
Give this Zimmerman a medal and the mother who gave birth to the filth Trayvon a one way ticket to Uganda and she how she does.
Actually, the Mom has enough of a cash settlement to personally travel to Uganda or Jamaica or Barbados and import a new boyfriend/husband to the USA - along with his kids/family if the situation calls for it.

Hopefully they will be living in the same county as you, so that you'll get to see an INCREASE in the African-American population. lol

As a Black man, that would be VERY satisfying to me.
Stag_R_Lee

Scottsdale, AZ

#32 Jul 14, 2013
Alfred Yodl wrote:
Give this Zimmerman a medal and the mother who gave birth to the filth Trayvon a one way ticket to Uganda and she how she does.
Harrison (see below) is speaking for himself, only. I live in a respectable, upscale neighborhood. You wouldn't be wanted, here.(By the way, quite a few phone calls from white neighbors lamenting the verdict.)
carol

Mexico

#33 Jul 14, 2013
I don't feel bad for the parents at all. That mother is sue-happy and money hungry. Behind closed doors she's probably grinning ear to ear with her payouts.
Stag_R_Lee

Scottsdale, AZ

#34 Jul 14, 2013
carol wrote:
I don't feel bad for the parents at all. That mother is sue-happy and money hungry. Behind closed doors she's probably grinning ear to ear with her payouts.
I don't think the Martin's would express happiness over the death of their child. Trayvon Martin's folks believe in God. They pray daily. But, I don't live in Mexico. I don't know how a Mexican mother might feel.
Kramer Hates Nixxers

San Antonio, TX

#35 Jul 14, 2013
It's time for blacks to get a taste of their own medicine.
Stag_R_Lee

Scottsdale, AZ

#37 Jul 14, 2013
Kramer Hates Nixxers wrote:
It's time for blacks to get a taste of their own medicine.
Mmmm Tastes good to me.
For once I agree with a troll. Blacks use humor, dance, singing and sharing for medicine. Mmmm. Tastes good to me.

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