>>> Juror B29 Is a MORON !!!!!!!!!!!
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#24 Jul 25, 2013
brownskin_beauty wrote:
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True, I'll give you that, she made it public, so she knew what she was getting in to, but she shared that in the interview, it was eating at her, think about it, not insulting the other women, but whites don't live the same as blacks, they don't understand the lives and struggles of black people and minorities, so they could have easily thought he killed a thug or n word especially after they were obliged with evidence of him using marijuana, they didn't think much of it, I mean if there were evidence they would've convicted him, not saying they are not law abiding citizens, but to them another black person lost their life, big deal. As a minority herself like so many other minorities she has formed an emotional opinion because as a mother of 8 wouldn't she want her son's murderer convicted. For those weeks they have been kept away from the media and now they get to see everything from the parents speaking out, to people on popular talk shows talking about it, that could be a heavy decision to carry, especially as a mother and the only minority. Not making excuses just looking at it from another point of view the easiest way to get rid of guilt is bring it to light, confess and start trying to move on.
White people do not know what it is like to be black. I agree. I believe that just as I believe every individual does not know what it is like to be any other individual. And black people do not know what it is like to be white. But that has nothing to do with this case.

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#26 Jul 25, 2013
Walter Henrickson wrote:
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White people do not know what it is like to be black. I agree. I believe that just as I believe every individual does not know what it is like to be any other individual. And black people do not know what it is like to be white. But that has nothing to do with this case.
Lol ok, I guess if that's how you feel, I think race does play a role in the case to some extent. If the case was flipped and a black man was up for those charges and majority of the jurors were black and they came up with the same decision I'm not too sure many whites(I know he isn't fully white, but he's white enough for many white people standards) would be ecstatic about the results. Being the only minority and understanding the struggle of justice, she might have felt that she let her people down because she let him walk, when she felt that he was guilty, according to her. I think it's hard for people to grasp, but in a sense it has relevance for those who believe he is guilty, but I see we will just have to agree to disagree because you have an obvious opinion of the case and her.

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#27 Jul 25, 2013
brownskin_beauty wrote:
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Lol ok, I guess if that's how you feel, I think race does play a role in the case to some extent.
Well OK, race does have a big part to play in the sensation over the case. The media decided to whip up a frenzy over the issue of race and so here we are talking about it.
brownskin_beauty wrote:
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If the case was flipped and a black man was up for those charges and majority of the jurors were black and they came up with the same decision I'm not too sure many whites(I know he isn't fully white, but he's white enough for many white people standards) would be ecstatic about the results.
Do you think this case would even be made a big deal in the national media if "the case was flipped," as you say? I have found this whole thing to be bizarre from the very beginning of it.
brownskin_beauty wrote:
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Being the only minority and understanding the struggle of justice, she might have felt that she let her people down because she let him walk, when she felt that he was guilty, according to her. I think it's hard for people to grasp, but in a sense it has relevance for those who believe he is guilty, but I see we will just have to agree to disagree because you have an obvious opinion of the case and her.
Who is "her people?" (as you say above)

You keep using words like "feeling," "felt," etc. Whatever her "feelings" about what justice is is irrelevant.
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#29 Jul 25, 2013
TheEye wrote:
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Didnt have nough to convict him beyond a reasonable doubt under the strictures of the rules for that particular case as laid out to them by the judge and lawyers.
Doesnt mean that in fact nor in the realm of common sense that he didnt commit murder.
And had Trayvon been white, and Zimmerman been black you would be saying singing a very different tune. So shut your hole and go tend to your meth cooking before your trailer burns down
Yet many of you act like you do have proof that he did "murder" Trayvon.

So it only embarrasses all of you who do act like you know, yet you do not.

But racists made this case about racism, like the pathetic media-government-slaves that they are.

It doesn't matter what genetic background either of them had; the EVIDENCE is there, and it does not point toward murder.

When will you racist puppets truly get that through your heads?

If the evidence was not there for murder then his claim of self-defense could easily be true... yet again, all of you act like YOU KNOW it's not self-defense?

Why? You're ignorant racists. You refuse to consider the other option because he shot someone of your genetic background.

Slaves to racism.

Slaves to the media propagandists.

Slaves to the criminals within the government.

So sad.
Anti-Fascism

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#30 Jul 26, 2013
brownskin_beauty wrote:
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Lol ok, I guess if that's how you feel, I think race does play a role in the case to some extent. If the case was flipped and a black man was up for those charges and majority of the jurors were black and they came up with the same decision I'm not too sure many whites(I know he isn't fully white, but he's white enough for many white people standards) would be ecstatic about the results. Being the only minority and understanding the struggle of justice, she might have felt that she let her people down because she let him walk, when she felt that he was guilty, according to her. I think it's hard for people to grasp, but in a sense it has relevance for those who believe he is guilty, but I see we will just have to agree to disagree because you have an obvious opinion of the case and her.
And they can say that if the roles truly were reversed, most blacks would be on Zimmermans side (imagining he were African-American) now and be *ecstatically overjoyed* about Zimmerman being acquitted.

So what this is saying is that there are many racist-blinded people out there?

I look at the evidence, not their genetic background. If Zimmerman were African-American and Trayvon were white, I'd still be here arguing for Zimmerman, because there's no proof of committing murder, yet the evidence strongly does point toward self-defense; pictures from that night and all.

Racists are mental-slaves and don't even know it. Burdened with blinding-bias. So very sad.

This society will never know what justice is until ALL of them drop their RACIST mindsets, on all sides, black, white, "latino," etc.

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#32 Jul 26, 2013
Anti-Fascism wrote:
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And they can say that if the roles truly were reversed, most blacks would be on Zimmermans side (imagining he were African-American) now and be *ecstatically overjoyed* about Zimmerman being acquitted.
So what this is saying is that there are many racist-blinded people out there?
I look at the evidence, not their genetic background. If Zimmerman were African-American and Trayvon were white, I'd still be here arguing for Zimmerman, because there's no proof of committing murder, yet the evidence strongly does point toward self-defense; pictures from that night and all.
Racists are mental-slaves and don't even know it. Burdened with blinding-bias. So very sad.
This society will never know what justice is until ALL of them drop their RACIST mindsets, on all sides, black, white, "latino," etc.
I agree with you sir, I wish that was the world we lived in, where everyone was seen as equal, but unfortunately it's not, which forces others to be conscious about their own race as well as others. I know there are citizen of all races who would agree with you and your opinion of the case, but unfortunately many whites don't think like you, so blacks become conscious of that. Either way I feel justice will be served, if he in fact did do it, he will get his, if he didn't he will always be at peace with his decisions, but it's definitely a warning to those who do commit hate crimes no matter what the reason race, religion, sexual orientation and it definitely make people think twice about bending the laws of self-defense.

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#33 Jul 26, 2013
Walter Henrickson wrote:
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Well OK, race does have a big part to play in the sensation over the case. The media decided to whip up a frenzy over the issue of race and so here we are talking about it.
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Do you think this case would even be made a big deal in the national media if "the case was flipped," as you say? I have found this whole thing to be bizarre from the very beginning of it.
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Who is "her people?" (as you say above)
You keep using words like "feeling," "felt," etc. Whatever her "feelings" about what justice is is irrelevant.
I do think the media made this out to be a race issue, especially when they twisted the words in the police recording and I know for a fact it was meant to divide and conquer, so I do feel the intentions of the exploitation was not in favor of Justice to begin with. I don't think if it was the other way around it would've gotten that much attention, but only because there's rarely ever injustice when convicting a black man of a crime(excluding OJ), but historically speaking there have been times when white men got off on crimes they committed on blacks and that is definitely relevant today in certain areas mainly small town in the south. I think that's what cause the outrage in the first place as well as the history of Florida's racism. My apologies for not being clear when I say her people I'm speaking of her people being mothers of black sons, now I know she is Latin, but from research she's considered Afro-latin, since latin is more culturally correct than ethnically correct. I think she feels she's let down society as well, again I can imagine how hard a decision like that is especially when someone has lost a life. I think it's irrelevant in making a decision because you definitely need to put more brain than heart in it, but it's relevant to the guilt she feels and she's a woman, not being sexist or feministic, but we think more with emotion, it's biological, I'm sorry I just feel for her because I can imagine being in her place and seeing the outrage of black communities and feel I have something to do with that because of my decision. It's not an excuse and people have rights to think what they want of her, but don't forget she's human, a woman, a wife, and mother of 8, she's definitely going to feel for the martin's and the lost of their son.
LION

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#34 Jul 26, 2013
this juror should have not been such a wuss, like zim.

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#35 Jul 26, 2013
Walter Henrickson wrote:
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That's what I was thinking. How do they know? Can they read minds?
I believe I read the same article you read that you posted quotes from. It also said that the juror believes she owes the Martin family an apology. Apology for what? She was doing her job as a juror, and she said that she agreed with the other jurors that Zimmerman was not proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. What apology does she owe? None.
I didn't see the interview, and going only by the quotes in that article it wasn't clear that she really believed she owes an apology. To be fair to her, it might just be another example of the media (ABC News in this case) further whipping up a frenzy over this case.
I watched the interview. The only reason this juror is doing this is to keep herself from being harassed by the stupidity of oversensitive, backwards thinking, over- emotional dumbasses. Also, it will get her a lot of attention without being labelled as a racist.

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#36 Jul 26, 2013
Maddy has enough Black blood in her. Her Black blood convicts her, thats why she was on the side of TRUTH!
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#37 Jul 26, 2013
Mystery Solver wrote:
Maddy has enough Black blood in her. Her Black blood convicts her, thats why she was on the side of TRUTH!
Blind trust in commonality of race cost my buddy Woodrow a knife at his throat and the loss of his paycheck.

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#38 Jul 26, 2013
Sally White wrote:
"Maddy said she favored convicting Zimmerman of second degree murder, which could have put him in prison for the rest of his life. The jury was also allowed to consider manslaughter, a lesser charge.
"I was the juror that was going to give them the hung jury. I fought to the end," she said.
However, on the second day of deliberations, after spending nine hours discussing the evidence, Maddy said she realized there wasn't enough proof to convict Zimmerman of murder or manslaughter under Florida law."
Okay. She says Zimmerman got away with murder, but has no proof that he committed murder.
What a stupid MORON!!
I think what she's saying is just what she meant. She was basically saying she was bullied and forced by the other majority jurors into finding this nutcase not guilty of premeditated murder to fulfill whites vindictive agenda.

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#39 Jul 26, 2013
Justice should not be forced or rushed as they did attempting to get back to their day to day lives of gossip sin and dishonesty. Any blind fool could see this was a murder without much else needing to be known.
1. He confronted a child with malice intent and suspicion.
2. Made contact with law enforcement and was told not to proceed.
3. Did not follow procedure and attempted to reprimand with aggression an innocent teen who's only objected was to go to the store and purchase a bag of skittles followed by making it back home safely.

Rest assure these women will face a judge and there judgement will be eternal. I'm through with this. A hug jury should've been reached and more qualified jurors should have been appointed to solve this case. If this can be a not guilty verdict than every murder in the united states should be walking free.
Sally White

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#40 Jul 26, 2013
Sally White wrote:

"Maddy said she favored convicting Zimmerman of second degree murder, which could have put him in prison for the rest of his life. However, on the second day of deliberations, after spending nine hours discussing the evidence, Maddy said she realized there wasn't enough proof to convict Zimmerman of murder or manslaughter under Florida law."

BlackPride wrote:
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I think what she's saying is just what she meant. She was basically saying she was bullied and forced by the other majority jurors into finding this nutcase not guilty of premeditated murder to fulfill whites vindictive agenda.
NO RETARD!!

What she said was there was no proof of murder or manslaughter.

Stupid asz!

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#41 Jul 26, 2013
Mystery Solver wrote:
Maddy has enough Black blood in her. Her Black blood convicts her, thats why she was on the side of TRUTH!
yep, and the truth was in the verdict:)
JustMe

Peoria, IL

#42 Jul 26, 2013
Walter Henrickson wrote:
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This woman chose to go public and even did a television appearance. Of course she's going to be criticized, and rightly so. She made herself a public figure. The smart ones on the jury didn't out themselves, and they issued statements saying that this woman doesn't speak for them. By knowing that she has a lawyer (the one that went on TV with her), I know she at least knew what she was getting into. She rightly deserves all the criticism she gets.
She wanted the attention. She did it on purpose and deserves everything she gets. Opportunist bitch.
She's not fooling anyone. She's a cheap immoral person.

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