George Zimmerman Probably Won't Be Convicted of Murder or Manslaughter

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Johnny D

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"based on the legal standard and evidence presented by prosecutors it is difficult to see how jurors find proof beyond a reasonable doubt that it wasn't self defense."
http://abcnews.go.com/US/george-zimmerman-con...

Keeping in mind that team Zimmerman has barely even started it's defense, there is NO WAY other than the slim chance of everyone on the jury being complete idiots that George will ever spend one day in prison.
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That will surly leave a lot of homosexual black disappointed. They were so hoping to tap GZ's pudgy Hispanic behind.

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Johnny D wrote:
"based on the legal standard and evidence presented by prosecutors it is difficult to see how jurors find proof beyond a reasonable doubt that it wasn't self defense."
http://abcnews.go.com/US/george-zimmerman-con...
Keeping in mind that team Zimmerman has barely even started it's defense, there is NO WAY other than the slim chance of everyone on the jury being complete idiots that George will ever spend one day in prison.
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Pat Stetsen wrote:
That will surly leave a lot of homosexual black disappointed. They were so hoping to tap GZ's pudgy Hispanic behind.
Especially Imcuriousnow. For the whole week last week every time he posted about the trial he had something about prisonsex in his posts.

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Knock Knock
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NoMo can't TAKE no mo he all worn out and tired from posting to da devil.

smh...what a loser....
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Johnny D wrote:
"based on the legal standard and evidence presented by prosecutors it is difficult to see how jurors find proof beyond a reasonable doubt that it wasn't self defense."
http://abcnews.go.com/US/george-zimmerman-con...
Keeping in mind that team Zimmerman has barely even started it's defense, there is NO WAY other than the slim chance of everyone on the jury being complete idiots that George will ever spend one day in prison.
Or the chance of agents paying them secretly in order to sway "their" opinion in the voting.

I know, seems like a crazy conspiracy theory but, crazier things have easily happened in history concerning corrupt governments and false-flag operations, among other types of criminal acts.

No one truly really knows now.

Keep an open mind, even if the possibility might seem "insane" - not saying to believe it but, just remain open to the possibility.

Many times the corruption of politicians gets away with without a scratch because many people just *assume* that it'd be too outlandish to actually happen in real life. That's exactly how they love the masses to think; this gives them plenty of room to get away with a lot.

Speculation, sure. However, it's always better to overestimate our opponent (the govt.) than to underestimate them, even if we're wrong at times.

When the corrupt politicians see that we've a backbone and a brain which questions all that 'authority' does, they will not be so blatant in their crimes committed from thereon afterward.

This is the message We The People need to send to these corrupt politicians, yes, even if we're "wrong" on some accusations - that's not the entire point, as I explained here.
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Jul 7, 2013
 
REDNECK SNAPPER wrote:
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Knock, knock. Who's there? George Zimmerman.
Reasobable doubt - George is here to tell his story. Trayvon is dead and can't refute the evidence.
Knock, knock.
Just because someone is not here to tell their side of the story (which could've been partial truths, as well, if they were here) doesn't automatically make Zimmerman, the Defendant, "guilty" of 2nd degree murder, or any crime for that matter.

The burden of proof is not on the prosecution to actually prove that Zimmerman murdered Trayvon.

So far, they've not done so at all and, if I had to guess, they never will... though I'm still open to the slight possibility that they have something hidden until a latter date to use; however, I still think it's slim chances they've got something so concrete to prove without doubt that Zimmerman is actually a murderer, not one who defended his life with a last resort shot from a gun which he had to use since he was being physically dominated by Trayvons' fists.
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"The burden of proof is NOW* on the prosecution to actually prove that Zimmerman murdered Trayvon."

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Zimmerman stands the chance of a snowball in hell.

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