Bye Bye Zimmy
Posted in the Erie Forum
#1 Jul 11, 2013
.... or goodbye major urban areas in Florida. :-)
#2 Jul 11, 2013
Kiss your taco ass goodbye Zimmy. :-)
#3 Jul 11, 2013
But.... but.... I was only exercising my rights as one of the not so black to act as overseer to hunt down and kill black children!:O
#4 Jul 11, 2013
I am not as darkie as Trayvon! How could you conict me massa?:-(::::::
#5 Jul 12, 2013
The fact that zimmerman is even on trial confirms that we are now the planet of the apes. Good night to civilization.
#6 Jul 12, 2013
The moolies won't be happy until all of America looks like their criminal infested hell holes.
#7 Jul 12, 2013
Judge In Zimmerman Case Pressured by Obama Administration?
Bizarre outburst against Zimmerman suggests prejudice
Paul Joseph Watson
July 11, 2013
Speculation is raging that the judge in the George Zimmerman case could have been put under pressure by the Obama administration after she staged a bizarre outburst during which she interrogated Zimmerman while repeatedly silencing his lawyers.
The hostile exchange began when Judge Debra Nelson asked Zimmerman if he planned to testify.
Essentially, Judge Nelson told Zimmerman he had the “absolute right to remain silent” but then proceeded to demand he answer her questions interrogation-style while silencing his lawyers.
Defense attorney Don West twice objected to Nelson’s interrogation, prompting the judge to raised her voice and exclaim,“Your objection is overruled!” in a manner more befitting of an angry parent lecturing a child than a legal professional.
Both of Zimmerman’s lawyers appeared shocked as attorney Mark O’Mara asked under his breath,“what is going on?”
Several legal experts and observers said the outburst was unprecedented.
“I have never seen that in more than 30 years of court reporting,” tweeted journalist Kathi Belich.
Former Senatorial candidate Richard Rivette also expressed his shock at the judge’s behavior.
“This judge is an idiot. I spent five years investigating high profile capital cases defending people from the death penalty, and worked for the Federal judiciary as an independent investigator on other cases. No judge ever inquires as to whether a defendant will testify until the entire defense case is presented. If the defense rests and does not call the defendant then the judge knows there will be no testimony. If the defense calls the defendant then that’s when the judge finds out. They have to get through the entire case first. To see if it is valid after prosecution cross-examines their witnesses and experts as to whether a defendant SHOULD testify, which is decided in private not in public, and NOT on the record. By doing this, the judge has undermined a portion of Zimmerman’s credibility. He looks like he is waffling and this is normal judge/defendant questioning, which it is NOT,” said Rivette.
Respondents to the story at the National Review Online also expressed their view that Zimmerman was being railroaded.
“A fix is in from the administration to find Zimmerman guilty regardless of what it takes,” commented one.
#8 Jul 12, 2013
“By demanding that Zimmerman respond to a question, after she has assured him that he has the right to remain silent, she is undermining his right to remain silent and making it appear as though he and his attorneys are not firm in their convictions. This judge is shameless,” added another.
Judge Nelson also ruled this week that Trayvon Martin’s text messages, which showed that Martin had been involved in fights before and was trying to buy or sell a gun, cannot be shown to the jury, which some suggested was another indication of an anti-Zimmerman bias.
Nelson also granted a request by prosecutors to block the defense’s attempt to show the jury a computer-animated depiction of the fight between Martin and Zimmerman.
She is also likely to allow the jury to consider lesser charges against Zimmerman in light of the prosecution’s probable failure to prove its case for second-degree murder, another indication that the state is desperate to avoid him walking free.
Judge Nelson has been very careful at every stage of the trial to dismiss evidence or testimony that could convince the jury in favor of acquitting Zimmerman.
Now some are asking the question – did Nelson’s aggressive outburst represent an attempt to prejudice the jury against Zimmerman?
Given the likelihood that Zimmerman will be acquitted, has Judge Nelson been put under pressure by the federal government to aggressively advocate for the prosecution, just as Supreme Court Justice John Roberts was apparently pressured to vote to uphold Obamacare?
Ever since President Barack Obama personally inserted himself into the controversy by declaring Trayvon Martin to be akin to the son he never had, higher-ups have constantly meddled in the case in an effort to secure a murder charge for a scenario that Zimmerman would not normally have even been arrested for under Florida’s Stand Your Ground law.
Indeed, ex-Sanford police chief Bill Lee told CNN yesterday that “he felt pressure from city officials to arrest Zimmerman to placate the public rather than as a matter of justice,” and that his investigation “provided no probable cause to arrest Zimmerman at the scene.”
It also emerged this week that the federal government encouraged and funded last year’s protests demanding the arrest of Zimmerman via the Community Relations Service, a division of the Department of Justice. Documents obtained by Judicial Watch show that the CRS was “deployed to Sanford, FL, following the Trayvon Martin shooting to help organize and manage rallies and protests against George Zimmerman,” spending millions of dollars in the process.
Given the plethora of threats by Trayvon supporters to stage violent riots if Zimmerman is acquitted, could Nelson be under pressure to secure a charge of at least manslaughter in order to avoid nationwide civil disorder?
If that’s the case, her apparent effort to prejudice the jury clearly suggests that a mistrial has taken place.
#9 Jul 12, 2013
This is egregious conduct on the part of the judge. I have never seen a judge question a defendant about taking the stand. She has violated his right to a fair and impartial trial and his 5th Amendment Rights by silencing his attorney. She has reversed the burden of proof, which should be an immediate mistrial, and required the defense to prove Zimmerman is innocent instead of the prosecution proving beyond a reasonable doubt that he is guilty. During the discussion of the charges to the jury, she required that the defense provide the Florida statute that states that it s not illegal to follow someone by foot or by car in order to give a suspect's location to the police. What?! Laws are enacted to define what is illegal, not what is legal. The prosecution could not prove guilt, so apparently she (and whomever is calling the shots) is going to change the rules. Juries are too clueless to comprehend this reversal. For the most part, everything the drooling masses know about the law they learned on tv.
#10 Jul 12, 2013
Does it bother anyone that CNN is airing this trial through out the day? Why so pay much attention to this case? I dont recall them paying this much attention to any other case that was equally if not more heinous. Has the world run out of news to report that they spend hours speculating and pumping up emotions. I have to assume that they are fanning the flames.
The enormous publicity in this case plus the alleged involvement of DOJ elements in organizing previous protests related to this case is just suspect. And the zombies will eat this crap.
#11 Jul 12, 2013
Trayvon was first seen on someones yard and appeared to be looking into windows. He was then followed for less then 2 minutes.....not stalked and following someone based on suspicion is perfectly legal and the right thing to do. Trayvon attacked Zimmerman. I get followed by blacks/whites/hispanics all the time but i don't attack them. Trayvon clearly attacked Zimmerman because he was a "Creepy Ass Cracka". He reacted racially and Zimmerman defended himself. You know nothing about the laws and will likely be one of many racist thugs rioting/attacking whites and/or stealing from electronic stores once all charges are dropped on Zimmerman because they should be,
#12 Jul 14, 2013
Hey folks .....I ain`t going nowhere, the idea I was going away for awhile is a pipe dream of Al Sharpton`s who really should be going away for a long long time.
I need a favor from my friends up Erie`s way....I am looking for a place to chill out for a couple of years with no publicity.Let me know what you got & the cost, being discreet is very very important....
subdivisions are preferred as I am an experienced Watch Captain.
P.S. References available on request.
#14 Jul 14, 2013
Geo, how are your horse and buggy skills? Have you ever considered a bad hair cut and growing a beard?
In the meantime we can plan out your next business venture. A home security business with all the "funds" you will receive from NBC.
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