You mean Zimmerman never would have been charged.<quoted text>
Yes, I know. I saw your post this morning where you claimed that.
Odd, you are in such a hurry though. You on the left, certainly aren't the most honest people, so I just don't understand why you feel the need to know so quickly about a verdict.
As far as injustice goes, cut the crap libtard.
Martin would have never been charged if the racists (Obama/Holder & Sharpton) did not pressure the local authorities.
The DA did not charge Martin until Obama/Holder & Sharpton injected race.
What's your hurry?
What makes you think I'm in a hurry? A better question would be why do you want them to drag things out? Jurors deliberated for 15 hours in the Jodi Arias case. 10 hours 40 minutes for Casey Anderson. 14 hours for Drew Petersen and 4 hours for OJ Simpson. Just seems to me this case was not nearly as complicated as any of those cases.
I disagree that Zimmerman "would have never been charged if the racists (Obama/Holder & Sharpton) did not pressure the local authorities." The mayor of Sanford was the one who was demanding that Zimmerman be arrested. Not Obama. Not the DOJ. According to the police chief, "It was (relayed) to me that they (city officials) just wanted an arrest. They didn't care if it got dismissed later." It was the Mayor of Sanford who took it upon himself to highjacked the case from the police department and that was wrong.
However, at this point, the manner in which the case made it to the courtroom is irrelevant. It does not affect the evidence one way or the other. I'm not going to second guess that decision. Trayvon got his day in court and I don't have a problem with it.
Based on the prosecution's case, I was totally expecting a quick verdict of acquittal and am surprised to see the jury taking so long to deliberate but, whatever the verdict, it will be fair and not influenced by any action taken by Obama or the DOJ. Justice will be served.