Call for arrest of watch captain who shot kid

There are 29879 comments on the New York Daily News story from Mar 19, 2012, titled Call for arrest of watch captain who shot kid. In it, New York Daily News reports that:

ORLANDO, Fla. -- College students around Florida rallied Monday to demand the arrest of a white neighborhood watch captain who shot an unarmed black teen last month, though authorities may be hamstrung by a state law that allows people to defend themselves with deadly force.

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#23546 Mar 3, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
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The only thing you are more obsessed with than lying is pedophilia and homosexuality.
I know: for you, it's old hat- it's all part of your alternate lifestyle.

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#23547 Mar 3, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
Mr. Zimmerman was not tested for drugs or alcohol.
Exactly.

Though he committed a homicide.

Do try to keep up.

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#23548 Mar 3, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
"Except for DUIs, police cannot test suspects for drugs or alcohol, unless the accused demands or consents to it, or they get a warrant.
Get a warrant.

Not rocket science, Pinocchio.

Gosh... hard for you to keep up, eh, Pinocchio.
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#23549 Mar 3, 2013
RuffnReddy wrote:
<quoted text>That's a blog site pal, one which features the opinions of anonymous know nothing azzholes such as yourself. Amazing that you freaks can find all those sites but can't do key word searches on google.
Zimmerman was never asked to submit to drug/alcohol screening even after he begged off of on emergency room treatment.
Obviously you're lost on what happened after the Sanford Police arrived at the scene of the shooting and what occurred during the early hours of the investigation leading to George being released to go about his business.
Yes it's a blog, BY A FORMER CHICAGO POLICE OFFICER!

Nobody has to "beg" to not go to an emergency room. That's an option you have. Police can't force you to get medical treatment against your will. It was offered to GZ, and he refused it. Instead, he went to his family doctor the next day.

Zim was released because his story checked out. They had no reason (and still don't) to believe otherwise. The only reason he was taken into custody later on was because of the fear of public outrage. He's being tried in the public court which is indeed sad.

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#23550 Mar 3, 2013
Sallyomally wrote:
In Miami Gardens, Landon Kinsey, a 15-year-old Miami Carol City student, was shot multiple times on his way to a friendís house. He died
Husband kills wife:

UPDATED March 1 at 7:35 p.m.

Police have now identified the woman killed in a Friday morning domestic-related homicide as 58-year-old Sonia Courtney.

Police were called to the 2600 block of Kachina Trail in the Apalachee Heritage subdivision in Dacula on Friday, March 1, at 10:07 a.m. by Courtney's husband, Egbert Courtney, 60. Upon arrival, officers found Sonia Courtney dead of an apparent gun shot wound.

Gwinnett County Police Department public information officer Cpl. Jake Smith said Egbert Courtney was cooperative and taken into custody without incident.

According to a media release issued Friday evening, detectives determined the shooting occurred in the wake of a domestic dispute. Smith indicated the details of the argument and shooting will not be released prior to trial.

Egbert Courtney has been charged with aggravated assault, felony murder and possession of a weapon during the commission of a crime.

He remains jailed without bond.

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#23551 Mar 3, 2013
Sallyomally wrote:
There's no way the IRS is going to prove how much mony the Martin's have raked in..
The IRS will be more interested in the hundreds of thousands the pedophile has raked in, Bigot.

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#23552 Mar 3, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
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Yes it's a blog, BY A FORMER CHICAGO POLICE OFFICER!
Nobody has to "beg" to not go to an emergency room. That's an option you have. Police can't force you to get medical treatment against your will. It was offered to GZ, and he refused it. Instead, he went to his family doctor the next day.
Zim was released because his story checked out. They had no reason (and still don't) to believe otherwise. The only reason he was taken into custody later on was because of the fear of public outrage. He's being tried in the public court which is indeed sad.
Oh, so you're saying that the Reverend Sun Myung Moon didn't found the Washington Times?

The rest of your post is total bullshyte not even worthy of a response.

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#23553 Mar 3, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
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So am I. I take insulin, cholesterol and blood pressure medication. Should I be refused a CCW because I take medication? If that's the criteria, just about nobody over the age of 40 would be allowed to carry a firearm.
I'd say yes, yes you should be denied. You can't even control your eating habits, let alone your trigger finger. I'm well over 40 and I don't take so much as an aspirin..but I didn't eat like a pig for years and years, either. Put the soda down and maybe you won't need so many meds.
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#23554 Mar 3, 2013
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I'd say yes, yes you should be denied. You can't even control your eating habits, let alone your trigger finger. I'm well over 40 and I don't take so much as an aspirin..but I didn't eat like a pig for years and years, either. Put the soda down and maybe you won't need so many meds.
Thanks for your statement of ignorance. Instead of making comments on things you have absolutely no idea about, why don't you read up on illnesses before giving advice Doctor?

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#23555 Mar 3, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
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Thanks for your statement of ignorance. Instead of making comments on things you have absolutely no idea about, why don't you read up on illnesses before giving advice Doctor?
I don't need to be a doctor to know all your ailments are self inflicted. Diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol are all a result of obesity. I don't care if you have to be yanked from your bed with a crane, just think you're in no condition to carry a weapon.
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#23557 Mar 3, 2013
realTopaz wrote:
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I don't need to be a doctor to know all your ailments are self inflicted. Diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol are all a result of obesity. I don't care if you have to be yanked from your bed with a crane, just think you're in no condition to carry a weapon.
You have no idea what my condition is. Diabetes has many different levels and you don't seem to know one of them. Just so you know, not only am I licensed to carry my firearm, I'm also a tractor-trailer driver as well, and a successful one at that for over 20 years. Maybe you can write to all your representatives and tell them you not only know more than a doctor, but you know more about who should be walking on crutches and who should be allowed to work and protect themselves. You seem to know so much.
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#23558 Mar 3, 2013
Sallyomally wrote:
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That one fell down the rabbit's hole, head first.
Unbelievable. I'm a patient at one of the best facilities in the country (The Cleveland Clinic) and have one of the best specialists they have to offer. This clown thinks he can give advice. He's so stupid that he actually believes all cases of diabetes are brought on because of diet. I wonder what he thinks about a child that has diabetes from day one?

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#23559 Mar 3, 2013
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You have no idea what my condition is. Diabetes has many different levels and you don't seem to know one of them. Just so you know, not only am I licensed to carry my firearm, I'm also a tractor-trailer driver as well, and a successful one at that for over 20 years. Maybe you can write to all your representatives and tell them you not only know more than a doctor, but you know more about who should be walking on crutches and who should be allowed to work and protect themselves. You seem to know so much.
Me thinks thou protesteth too much. Take it easy chubs, just stating the facts. Oh, yes it's possible you drank yourself into all that medication, but judging by your posts, I'd say it's more due to an over active fork. Good luck with all that, or should I say, "Bon Apetite!"?
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#23560 Mar 3, 2013
realTopaz wrote:
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Me thinks thou protesteth too much. Take it easy chubs, just stating the facts. Oh, yes it's possible you drank yourself into all that medication, but judging by your posts, I'd say it's more due to an over active fork. Good luck with all that, or should I say, "Bon Apetite!"?
You wish you were in my shape.

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#23561 Mar 3, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
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You wish you were in my shape.
LOL like I said, I don't need so much as an aspirin. I weigh 108 lbs and stand 5'6"..what were you saying about your shape? Take it easy now XXX before you need an EKG,.. go have a nice Twinkie or sumptin';)
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#23562 Mar 3, 2013
T4YOU 2 wrote:
<quoted text> Typical ghetto trash.
Yes, you are.
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#23563 Mar 3, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
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No, what BareIdiot claimed is that 911 told him to stay by his truck and not move. That never happened. In spite of proving it over and over again, he insists on promoting the lie.
Why don't I get it? Because if I planned on shooting somebody, the last thing I would do is call the cops. Secondly, Zim did stop following Martin when it was "suggested" that he do so. This is evident by the halt of the brushing on the phone and Zimmerman regaining a normal breathing pattern and continuing his conversation with dispatch.
Looking at the map, it's clear Martin had way more than enough time to return to his fathers GF house. But he didn't. He waited right there behind the houses until Zim got off the phone with 911 which was about a minute after the chase stopped.
There are many people in prison who called 911 before, during, or just after committing murder thinking the call would alibi them. GZ will join that long list.
xxxrayted

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#23568 Mar 3, 2013
zerosum wrote:
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There are many people in prison who called 911 before, during, or just after committing murder thinking the call would alibi them. GZ will join that long list.
Assuming or do you actually have proof of this? I didn't think so.
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#23570 Mar 3, 2013
zerosum wrote:
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Diabetes and cholesterol meds don't alter brain function or activity.
Psychos should not be issued permits.
There is a difference between your uneducated opinion and that of authorities. There are no legal drug medications that I'm aware of that disable a person from reasonably using a firearm. Certainly, some medications warn users about driving, but that's not because they flip out and plan a murder, it's because they can become dreary and pass out.

What you people are doing is grabbing for straws; looking for any reason to convict a man who merely protected himself from a violent attacker. It won't work. That's why even the FBI didn't pursue that avenue. And even after allegations were made about the so-called botched investigation, they never went back to take hair samples of Zimmerman which can be tested for illegal drug usage up to 90 days. They know he wasn't on anything that disabled him from using a firearm, and certainly not on anything that would allow him to be so creative to concoct such a planned murder.

It's simple: self-defense. That's all there was to it. The autopsy report on Martin shows it, the injuries to Zimmerman shows it, the blood on the cement shows it, everything shows it. The prosecution would be foolish to make some claim of drug reaction without being able to prove it. All prescription drugs work differently on people.
xxxrayted

Cleveland, OH

#23571 Mar 3, 2013
zerosum wrote:
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GZ has a history of being given special treatment with regards to his many criminal arrests. His daddy is good friends with Norm Wolfinger the man who was the state attorney at the time.
His "daddy" was nothing more than a Justice of the Peace in a different state far away from Florida. He had no influence on anybody yet alone his son on a case that gained national attention. Until you can prove otherwise, then it's a moot point that won't even be considered evidence against GZ.

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