The Zimmerman case--The verdict

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#1 Jul 13, 2013
What in the heck is media setting up zimmerman as a good guy or giving him positive coverage for?? Imagine Trayvon's family and what they must feel like with the media coverage pretty much backing george zimmerman?? George is going to a stabber dorm for three year, then he can move down a level and get more privileges and work etc.-- If it was up to me? I'd give george 1st degree because he left his living quarters with a firearm with a pre-meditated "thought" of shooting someone-- and he did-- trayvon martin.

http://variety.com/2013/tv/news/with-zimmerma...

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#2 Jul 13, 2013
The florida community started a fascist movement in a neighborhood watch group and someone got killed--- fascism breeds fascism and violence breeds violence-- and our judicial system is supposed to quell fascist outbreaks, let see what happens-- if fascism and violence prevails or the judicial system does their job correctly and does not "sell out".

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#3 Jul 13, 2013
I guess with alcohol and drug addiction a factor-- "the shoe on the other foot" rule does not matter or get realized.

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#5 Jul 13, 2013
I am not happy with the decision---here it is live:

http://news.yahoo.com/george-zimmerman-murder...

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#6 Jul 13, 2013
fascism prevails in florida, like I said, fascism breeds fascism.

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#7 Jul 13, 2013
they cut off the live feed

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#8 Jul 13, 2013
This is really a sad turn of events, I feel sorry for trayvon's family having to live through this-- the verdict is a disgrace on the american judicial system-- I can only think the wannabe's pulled a maneuver of some kind- and hope for a re-trial.
Genius Jeff

Santa Cruz, CA

#9 Jul 13, 2013
 John,

A jury in Sanford, Florida has found George Zimmerman not guilty of murdering Trayvon Martin.

I know I am not alone in my outrage, anger, and heartbreak over this decision. When a teenager's life is taken in cold blood, and there is no accountability for the man who killed him, nothing seems right in the world, but we cannot let these emotions alone rule.

In these most challenging of times, we are called to act. There is work left to be done to achieve justice for Trayvon. The Department of Justice can still address the violation of Trayvon's most fundamental civil right — the right to life, and we are urging them to do so.

Sign our petition to the Department of Justice. Tell them to file civil rights charges against George Zimmerman.

We continue to grieve the loss of Trayvon with his parents, his family, and all who loved him. Do not forget what brought us to this day.

George Zimmerman was arrested and charged because we would not back down when he was initially released. The Sanford Police Chief was removed from his post because we voiced our disbelief that he would overrule his detectives and block George Zimmerman's arrest.

And, perhaps most importantly, not a single state has passed a "stand your ground" law in 2013 — the first time in eight years — because we refuse to let the memory of Trayvon fade from the hearts and minds of America.

So, now we have a choice: We can be felled by our sorrows over the jury's decision, or we can turn our frustration into action. We can demand the Department of Justice address the travesties of this tragedy. We can take a step forward in our efforts to finally end racial profiling in America once and for all. What will you do, John?

For Trayvon Martin, for his family, and for all parents who suffer the horror of burying a child, sign our petition to the Department of Justice:

http://www.naacp.org/sign-the-DOJ-petition

Thank you,

Ben

Benjamin Todd Jealous
President and CEO
NAACP

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#11 Jul 13, 2013
I guess, its okay to murder in the name of "community action" watch groups??????? Is TBSC going to start whacking homeless people legally???

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#12 Jul 13, 2013
Lets hope on monday, sotomeyer or barack comes to their sense's with some kind of logical reasoning.

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#13 Jul 13, 2013
This means the community action groups have the "power of god" over life and death--- they can waste kids at will and won't be arrested!!! Super bad decision in Florida, obviously a wannabe fiasco scandal.

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#14 Jul 13, 2013
Genius Jeff wrote:
 John,
A jury in Sanford, Florida has found George Zimmerman not guilty of murdering Trayvon Martin.
I know I am not alone in my outrage, anger, and heartbreak over this decision. When a teenager's life is taken in cold blood, and there is no accountability for the man who killed him, nothing seems right in the world, but we cannot let these emotions alone rule.
In these most challenging of times, we are called to act. There is work left to be done to achieve justice for Trayvon. The Department of Justice can still address the violation of Trayvon's most fundamental civil right — the right to life, and we are urging them to do so.
Sign our petition to the Department of Justice. Tell them to file civil rights charges against George Zimmerman.
We continue to grieve the loss of Trayvon with his parents, his family, and all who loved him. Do not forget what brought us to this day.
George Zimmerman was arrested and charged because we would not back down when he was initially released. The Sanford Police Chief was removed from his post because we voiced our disbelief that he would overrule his detectives and block George Zimmerman's arrest.
And, perhaps most importantly, not a single state has passed a "stand your ground" law in 2013 — the first time in eight years — because we refuse to let the memory of Trayvon fade from the hearts and minds of America.
So, now we have a choice: We can be felled by our sorrows over the jury's decision, or we can turn our frustration into action. We can demand the Department of Justice address the travesties of this tragedy. We can take a step forward in our efforts to finally end racial profiling in America once and for all. What will you do, John?
For Trayvon Martin, for his family, and for all parents who suffer the horror of burying a child, sign our petition to the Department of Justice:
http://www.naacp.org/sign-the-DOJ-petition
Thank you,
Ben
Benjamin Todd Jealous
President and CEO
NAACP
Our kids now are at risk from being off'd by fascist organized groups--this case just removed the bill of rights!!!!!
Reality Check

Santa Cruz, CA

#15 Jul 13, 2013
Punching someone in the face because you think they are following you is a bad idea. If they have a gun and you continue the attack, it's a REALLY bad idea.

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#16 Jul 13, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
Punching someone in the face because you think they are following you is a bad idea. If they have a gun and you continue the attack, it's a REALLY bad idea.
If trayvon was being "stalked" and was upset and got into fist and cuffs with the "community watch group" does this give george the right to gun trayvon down--I don't think george was "beat down enough" one punch is not justifiable, he would have to have severe head trauma with facial lacerations etc. etc.?? Does this give a community action groups the right to murder a minor??? On monday, the state of florida WILL overturn this case and the case WILL be tried in a state courtroom and george WILL be convicted of a manslaughter crime--which is light because george left his living quarters with a firearm with the thought of maybe shooting someone---he did, he MURDERED TRAYVON.

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#17 Jul 13, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
Punching someone in the face because you think they are following you is a bad idea. If they have a gun and you continue the attack, it's a REALLY bad idea.
This same case will probably take precedence for community action and vigilante violence(murder)---who is to say what happened to trayvon---HE'S DEAD, GEORGE STALKED AND KILLED HIM.

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#18 Jul 13, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
Punching someone in the face because you think they are following you is a bad idea. If they have a gun and you continue the attack, it's a REALLY bad idea.
If george did not want a ass whipping, why did he stalk trayvon??? He instigated the fight---WITH A FIREARM--HE INTENTIONALLY PUT ON HIS PERSON WITH THE THOUGHT OF MAYBE SHOOTING SOMEONE.

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#19 Jul 13, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
Punching someone in the face because you think they are following you is a bad idea. If they have a gun and you continue the attack, it's a REALLY bad idea.
THE AGGRESSOR??? Is george zimmerman, not trayvon--that decides the case right there. end of story--does not matter if trayvon "supposedly" wanted to fend off the gun etc. or not--- YOUR AN ASSHOLE FOR EVEN THINKING OF SOME WINO SELF=DEFENSE PLOY---WHO WAS ARMED WITH A FIREARM WITH INTENT???? WHOO STALKED--- OHHHH POOR GEORGE???

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#20 Jul 13, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
Punching someone in the face because you think they are following you is a bad idea. If they have a gun and you continue the attack, it's a REALLY bad idea.
So I can join a pro-homeless community action group-- leave my house with a loaded firearm, and stalk a anti-homeless community action group member and if they fight back?? I can gun them down??

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#21 Jul 13, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
Punching someone in the face because you think they are following you is a bad idea. If they have a gun and you continue the attack, it's a REALLY bad idea.
If I leave ANYWHERE, with a LOADED firearm with INTENT to harm and STALK someone in a GROUP ORGANIZED FASHION---that's premeditated MURDER--YOU AN AS+HOLE.

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#22 Jul 13, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
Punching someone in the face because you think they are following you is a bad idea. If they have a gun and you continue the attack, it's a REALLY bad idea.
Solid secondary degree murder charge--manslaughter with a loaded firearm and vigilante enhancement!!!

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