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Call for arrest of watch captain who shot kid

There are 29780 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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#31315 Jul 21, 2013
RayOne wrote:
The WhiteHouse has made it a race issue, the judge, the jury, and the Trayvon family, said that it wasn't about race. The Race Baiting Industry has found its spokesman, Obama.
The Martin Family National Tour....will be coming to mourn, in a City near you.....Today the Northern Tour is in New York, with Sybrina reassuring a crowd of blacks and clueless whites...that it ISN'T ABOUT RACE........The Southern Tour find's itself in Miami today, where Tracy Martin insist's that it is humanly possible to mourn and stir up...sorry, soothe Racial tensions.....
GLOOMY DAYS

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#31317 Jul 21, 2013
JessIzaDooshBag wrote:
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Drunks love everyone.
Get some help loser.
CLICK ! Starve Troll Starve !

I lack the hate required to feed your depraved nasty black soul- Nor do I have patience to respond to your many hats.

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#31318 Jul 21, 2013
GLOOMY DAYS wrote:
ERSTWHILE ....
Members of US Congress Rally to End Persecution of Falun Gong - Howsoever nary a word rerding the civil rights of wottsisame .
Faith and human rights groups join in condemning Chinese regime’s human rights abuses
http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/188441-member...
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#31320 Jul 21, 2013
zazz wrote:
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You and you racial hate opinions are disgusting.
Disgusting??? So, two black teen's shooting a 1 year old boy, in the face...killing him because his mom had no money, isn't racial hate?......See, i find that way more disgusting than your 24/7 lies about the trial.....Glad I'm not you....

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#31321 Jul 21, 2013
GLOOMY DAYS wrote:
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CLICK ! Starve Troll Starve !
I lack the hate required to feed your depraved nasty black soul- Nor do I have patience to respond to your many hats.
You are the hat trick loser.

You respond to all.

You have no other life than this.
Rambler

Red Deer, Canada

#31322 Jul 21, 2013
zazz wrote:
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Many gated communities, in fact most gated communities, do not hire security guards..
Condo associations may have to hire guards

DANIEL VASQUEZ LIVING WITH RULES
March 11, 2009|DANIEL VASQUEZ LIVING WITH RULES

Is your condominium association ready to fight crime?

More importantly, can it afford to hire at least one professional security guard? It soon could have no choice.

Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum ruled last month that cities in this state have the authority to force condo associations and apartment complexes to hire security guards.

His opinion came in response to questions from Sunny Isles Beach in Miami-Dade County, where police several months ago began calling for more help patrolling condo communities. A workshop showed a rash of petty crimes and car burglaries were taking place.

"We were happy to see the opinion come down saying we can require condo associations to supply security guards to police the area," Mayor Norman S. Edelcup said. "We are now trying to determine what security apparatus exists within our condo communities and how best to approach it."

City Attorney Hans Ottinot stressed the law would not be not aimed at a particular association or community.

But attorney Donna Berger, executive director of the Community Advocacy Network, which lobbies for community associations, thinks the ruling may be a bad idea.

"Unless there is a history of crime or a foreseeability of crime in the future in a particular community, it could be a wasteful budget item in a time when associations are looking to trim their budgets," she said.

Associations are already reeling financially because growing numbers of unit owners are in delinquency or foreclosure and not paying their association fees, Berger said.

"The real question here is do condo associations have the responsibility to act in the stead of the local police department," said Randall Borchardt, president of the Northampton I Condominium Association, one of 309 associations in the Century Village West Palm Beach community.

The associations there share the expense of about $1 million a year to provide around-the-clock security for the 7,854 unit owners. The cost per month for each owner depends on the square footage of the unit, but is about $9 to $11 per unit per month.

Of course, the costs for condo security for a particular community will depend on a number of factors, including the size and needs of that community. A full-time vs part-time guard? One guard or two?

"If we didn't have security here, we would be in need of it," Borchardt said. "Condo associations do have the responsibility to protect the safety and welfare of its residents, but there are questions."

For instance, would police be less likely to patrol a condo community if it has a security presence? he asked.

Whether other cities follow Sunny Isles Beach's lead remains to be seen.

The issue has not come up in Fort Lauderdale, public information officer Chaz Adams said.

"This is basically a policy issue and as with all policy issues, the City Commission will have to discuss and take careful consideration before enacting any similar ordinance," he said.

"Our Police Department currently works closely with numerous condo communities" to prevent crime, he said. "If an association wants an officer to attend their meeting, we encourage them to call the Police Department and set something up." In Sunny Isles Beach, Edelcup said he expects to create an ordinance that would set a minimum number of security guards based on the size of the condo community.

It would also require associations to hire licensed professionals.

"A resident may want to volunteer to be a security guard, but we want this done in a professional manner and not on the cheap," he said.

http://articles.sun-sentinel.com/2009-03-11/n...

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#31323 Jul 21, 2013
Click to another sock Gloomy loser.

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#31324 Jul 21, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>The Martin Family National Tour....will be coming to mourn, in a City near you.....Today the Northern Tour is in New York, with Sybrina reassuring a crowd of blacks and clueless whites...that it ISN'T ABOUT RACE........The Southern Tour find's itself in Miami today, where Tracy Martin insist's that it is humanly possible to mourn and stir up...sorry, soothe Racial tensions.....
Why dont the Martins just set up a website like the Anthony's if they want money?

Gift cards are welcome

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#31325 Jul 21, 2013
Rambler wrote:
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Condo associations may have to hire guards
DANIEL VASQUEZ LIVING WITH RULES
March 11, 2009|DANIEL VASQUEZ LIVING WITH RULES
Is your condominium association ready to fight crime?
More importantly, can it afford to hire at least one professional security guard? It soon could have no choice.
Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum ruled last month that cities in this state have the authority to force condo associations and apartment complexes to hire security guards.
His opinion came in response to questions from Sunny Isles Beach in Miami-Dade County, where police several months ago began calling for more help patrolling condo communities. A workshop showed a rash of petty crimes and car burglaries were taking place.
"We were happy to see the opinion come down saying we can require condo associations to supply security guards to police the area," Mayor Norman S. Edelcup said. "We are now trying to determine what security apparatus exists within our condo communities and how best to approach it."
City Attorney Hans Ottinot stressed the law would not be not aimed at a particular association or community.
But attorney Donna Berger, executive director of the Community Advocacy Network, which lobbies for community associations, thinks the ruling may be a bad idea.
"Unless there is a history of crime or a foreseeability of crime in the future in a particular community, it could be a wasteful budget item in a time when associations are looking to trim their budgets," she said.
Associations are already reeling financially because growing numbers of unit owners are in delinquency or foreclosure and not paying their association fees, Berger said.
"The real question here is do condo associations have the responsibility to act in the stead of the local police department," said Randall Borchardt, president of the Northampton I Condominium Association, one of 309 associations in the Century Village West Palm Beach community.
The associations there share the expense of about $1 million a year to provide around-the-clock security for the 7,854 unit owners. The cost per month for each owner depends on the square footage of the unit, but is about $9 to $11 per unit per month.
Of course, the costs for condo security for a particular community will depend on a number of factors, including the size and needs of that community. A full-time vs part-time guard? One guard or two?
"If we didn't have security here, we would be in need of it," Borchardt said. "Condo associations do have the responsibility to protect the safety and welfare of its residents, but there are questions."
For instance, would police be less likely to patrol a condo community if it has a security presence? he asked.
Whether other cities follow Sunny Isles Beach's lead remains to be seen.
The issue has not come up in Fort Lauderdale, public information officer Chaz Adams said.
"This is basically a policy issue and as with all policy issues, the City Commission will have to discuss and take careful consideration before enacting any similar ordinance," he said.
"Our Police Department currently works closely with numerous condo communities" to prevent crime, he said. "If an association wants an officer to attend their meeting, we encourage them to call the Police Department and set something up." In Sunny Isles Beach, Edelcup said he expects to create an ordinance that would set a minimum number of security guards based on the size of the condo community.
It would also require associations to hire licensed professionals.
"A resident may want to volunteer to be a security guard, but we want this done in a professional manner and not on the cheap," he said.
http://articles.sun-sentinel.com/2009-03-11/n...
It's not your fault you are Canadian.

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Ticklaw

#31326 Jul 21, 2013
Rambler wrote:
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I notice you pick and choose what you believe to be true.
In reality a HOA responsible for a gated complex which includes public grounds, a swimming pool, a community clubhouse hires security guards. It is utter nonsense that a volunteer would be in charge of crime reduction while a management company hires out routine maintenance work. That's one if the reasons imo the "watch capain" story was never credible to begin with.
The HOA hired a management company...you're not very swift are you?

HOA's in Florida are political in nature, didn't you ever watch Seinfeld? HOA's hold meeting's make up stupid rules and hire a management company to deal with the day to day stuff like grass cutting, security camera's, security guards, pool maintenance and of course plow the snow.

In this case the management company from Orlando hired a company from Tampa to install and maintain the security cameras. ROFLMAO.

So, how'd you like reading about George's, Jane VM's and Nancy Grace's pal Frank.

Company you keep?
Rambler

Red Deer, Canada

#31327 Jul 21, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
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The HOA is only responsible for what the tenants and owners want. It's like our townhouses near where I live. Some only charge a small monthly fee, but only cover grass and snow removal. Other townhouse complexes have a higher maintenance fee, but cover more such as trimming bushes, trees, and even flowers. Usually townhouse complexes in upper-class neighborhoods have the highest maintenance fee, but they cover everything from the inside out: refrigerators, furnaces, windows, carpeting, everything.
It's all in what you want to spend.
ROFLMAO!!!

For your sake I hope you are a teenager so you still have the opportunity some day to become less stupid!

“Jess kidding!”

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#31328 Jul 21, 2013
GLOOMY DAYS wrote:
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CLICK ! Starve Troll Starve !
I lack the hate required to feed your depraved nasty black soul- Nor do I have patience to respond to your many hats.
Read back to any of your drunk rantings.

You are afraid to read the drunk garbage you wrote the last time you were here.

Can you remember all of your socks?

Get real.

“JUSTICE DENIED, AGAIN!!!”

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#31329 Jul 21, 2013
RayOne wrote:
This SEQUESTER will be in the Vineyard.
I wonder if the MSM will collect the private jet numbers that will visit, the new campaign will need money to install ClintonH in 2016.
If Martin was not stoned, he could have understood the risk in attacking the neighborhood watch
The star witness set the youngman up to be a 'gay basher'. The narcotics in his blood did not help that night, he thought that he was Superman.
If you read the autopsy report when you are not stoned you will learn that Trayvon was not stoned. The TRACES of TCP prove that,

“JUSTICE DENIED, AGAIN!!!”

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#31330 Jul 21, 2013
JessIzaDooshBag wrote:
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Why dont the Martins just set up a website like the Anthony's if they want money?
Gift cards are welcome
The way Zimmerman and members of his family did?

Guess what, it's not about money.

Tired of Silly
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#31331 Jul 21, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>The Martin Family National Tour....will be coming to mourn, in a City near you.....Today the Northern Tour is in New York, with Sybrina reassuring a crowd of blacks and clueless whites...that it ISN'T ABOUT RACE........The Southern Tour find's itself in Miami today, where Tracy Martin insist's that it is humanly possible to mourn and stir up...sorry, soothe Racial tensions.....
I have to turn the news off when they play clips from those self-serving liars. Saw one from the incubator's appearance yesterday where she said she will "do everything she can for Trayvon". Damn, girl, if you'd thought of that when he was ALIVE, HE'D BE ALIVE!!!!" He might even have been a real person instead of a violent animal.
Rambler

Red Deer, Canada

#31332 Jul 21, 2013
JessIzaDooshBag wrote:
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It's not your fault you are Canadian.
How would you suppose emergency responders - police, ambulance, fire, etc - gain access to GATED COMMUNITIES if no Security Guard is on site?

“Jess kidding!”

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#31334 Jul 21, 2013
zazz wrote:
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The way Zimmerman and members of his family did?
Guess what, it's not about money.
I know it's not Zazzy pants...

You are correct.

It's about the divide between blacks/whites and the minorities.

The minority have a voice in the white house and his name is Obama.

They all voted for more unemployment and Government payments.

“JUSTICE DENIED, AGAIN!!!”

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#31335 Jul 21, 2013
zazz wrote:
<quoted text>
Many gated communities, in fact most gated communities, do not hire security guards.
Rambler wrote:
<quoted text>
Condo associations may have to hire guards
DANIEL VASQUEZ LIVING WITH RULES
March 11, 2009|DANIEL VASQUEZ LIVING WITH RULES
Is your condominium association ready to fight crime?
More importantly, can it afford to hire at least one professional security guard? It soon could have no choice.
Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum ruled last month that cities in this state have the authority to force condo associations and apartment complexes to hire security guards.
His opinion came in response to questions from Sunny Isles Beach in Miami-Dade County, where police several months ago began calling for more help patrolling condo communities. A workshop showed a rash of petty crimes and car burglaries were taking place.
"We were happy to see the opinion come down saying we can require condo associations to supply security guards to police the area," Mayor Norman S. Edelcup said. "We are now trying to determine what security apparatus exists within our condo communities and how best to approach it."
City Attorney Hans Ottinot stressed the law would not be not aimed at a particular association or community.
But attorney Donna Berger, executive director of the Community Advocacy Network, which lobbies for community associations, thinks the ruling may be a bad idea.
"Unless there is a history of crime or a foreseeability of crime in the future in a particular community, it could be a wasteful budget item in a time when associations are looking to trim their budgets," she said.
Associations are already reeling financially because growing numbers of unit owners are in delinquency or foreclosure and not paying their association fees, Berger said.
"The real question here is do condo associations have the responsibility to act in the stead of the local police department," said Randall Borchardt, president of the Northampton I Condominium Association, one of 309 associations in the Century Village West Palm Beach community.
The associations there share the expense of about $1 million a year to provide around-the-clock security for the 7,854 unit owners. The cost per month for each owner depends on the square footage of the unit, but is about $9 to $11 per unit per month.
Of course, the costs for condo security for a particular community will depend on a number of factors, including the size and needs of that community. A full-time vs part-time guard? One guard or two?
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SNIP.
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"A resident may want to volunteer to be a security guard, but we want this done in a professional manner and not on the cheap," he said.
http://articles.sun-sentinel.com/2009-03-11/n...
If you take your meds you will see this is a proposal. It's a proposal that is not likely to happen. Too many low rent condos.

Many gated communities, in fact most gated communities, do not hire security guards.

Ctz

Riverside, CA

#31337 Jul 21, 2013
Rambler wrote:
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ROFLMAO!!!
For your sake I hope you are a teenager so you still have the opportunity some day to become less stupid!
Oh he will never get any better, Word has it its an offspring of Sillys and her hubby Crazy Ron.

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#31338 Jul 21, 2013
I would be willing to bet that every person on this thread has a different name while posting here than say,, some other place.

The same people that left some threads to get peace, came right back for more.

Gloomy is proof of all that noise.

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