By not arresting Zimmerman, the police chief took into account the evidence the state's attorney hid from the grand jury, moron.<quoted text>
By not arresting Zimmerman, the police chief assumed the job of judge & jury.
Zimmerman may have lucked out in this trial but in civil court, he will lose.
Zimmerman broke the rules of Neighborhood Watch. He & the housing association will both be sued & both lose.
Zimmerman was acquitted when the president joined in the fight against him, the state's attorney committed a felony and hid evidence from the grand jury, and the goddam judge assaulted him from the bench.
Zimmerman was pro-active. Zimmerman made himself visible, which is the core principle of security intended to deter crime BEFORE IT HAPPENS.
Obviously, Hoodieman was offended by the presence of security to the point where he pursued Zimmerman, attacked him, and was bashing his head against a concrete sidewalk when he got blown to hell.
In a nutshell, Hoodieman was rioting because there was security there.
Which riot are you going to join?
Do you think the state of Florida should issue an arrest warrant for Eric Holder on the charge of inciting to riot?