She is as she comes across.<quoted text>TeeJe63 is the eternal nimrod. It is easy to find her lacking in intelligence, logic and credibility. She cannot remember what she wrote from one post to another and twists herself into psychotic pretzels trying to defend her indefensible idiocy.
She tries so hard to appear knowledgeable but she comes across as a nasty bimbo.
She continually beats herself over the head with this case. It's soooooo amusing.
If this trial is shown on television, she'll have a heart attack looking at it.
She'll be screaming at the TV, telling O'Mara to ask the witness this, ask the witness that. Everytime the camera pans to Trayvon's parents, she throws her tobacco spit container at the TV and yells..."take that."
At the end of day one of the televised trial, we learn on the late news that an old bitter woman died of a heart attack. Her home had newspaper clippings of the Zimmerman case everywhere.
Pictures of Trayvon adorned her living room and bedroom. There were candles and ceramics everywhere. She kept a mugshot picture of Zimmerman on her front door.
Her ceilings were completely covered with pictures of the Martin family. But the strangest thing that was found by the authorities were crudely made mini statues of Judge Lester and Zimmerman. Immediately in front of the statues was an altar.
Authorities would later piece together that it was the old bitter woman's makeshift voodoo ground. There were punctures throughout the cast figure of Judge Lester. Days later, when asked about this, Judge Lester said..."I didn't feel a thing."
Not so of Zimmerman. That is why he had the twitches during trial.
The old bitter woman requested to be buried with mementos of the case. Along with her in the casket were skittles, Arizona Tea, a replica of Zimmerman's gun and pictures of the Martin family.
There was one snag at the sparsely attended funeral. The minister fell ill. But no worries, Rev. Al Sharpton was available.