Finally, the Zimmerman trial is over

Finally, the Zimmerman trial is over

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Lifeisshort

United States

#1 Jul 14, 2013
I hope that's the end of it. Justice spoke but I guess if you're black it didn't go the way you wanted it even though 5 of the 6 female jurors were black. Why does this race have an issue of not being honest with themselves, you can't always pull the race card when you don't agree on something or you don't get your way.
The jury found that Trevon did wrong. Move on.
sunny day

Naugatuck, CT

#2 Jul 14, 2013
Mass media outlets are busy perching and hoping for riots.
Nulli Secundus

Monroe, CT

#3 Jul 14, 2013
Lifeisshort wrote:
...even though 5 of the 6 female jurors were black...
The jurors were all White or white-ish.
Lifeisshort

United States

#4 Jul 14, 2013
Nulli Secundus wrote:
<quoted text>The jurors were all White or white-ish.
My mistake. However, the rest of my comment was very accurate as can be seen lately on the news. They riot and protest instead of admitting the truth and that the justice system, though I will admit is sometimes flawed, in this case delivered an honest verdict.
Their rioting actions prove once again that they're a pathetic race of animals.

“'never'”

Since: Mar 11

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#6 Jul 14, 2013
There were 5 white female jurors and one hispanic female juror. There is NO chance a black female juror would have been impartial, sorry to say.
Several of the jurors are gun owners, and several have teenage kids.

When is the prosecutor going to be disbarred for withholding evidence, and when is the judge going to be forced down for bias and unprofessional conduct? Thats what I want to know.

I have argued this case with my black friends and probably changed a few minds, but this country is lost when there are so many ignorant voters and when the media is so biased. This Zimmerman guy was completely railroaded.

I hope he collects millions from NBC.
LynneB

Waterford, CT

#7 Jul 15, 2013
You know this whole shit-storm could have been avoided if GZ had just stayed in his damn truck, right?

But done is done. Let's move on to the next travesty, shall we?
BPT

Waterbury, CT

#8 Jul 15, 2013
I thought for sure he would go to prison on the manslaughter charge. I felt the jury would fold to pc pressure.
good for them.
however
the liberal press is STILL pushing this issue, almost fanning the flames to start problems.

“'never'”

Since: Mar 11

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#9 Jul 15, 2013
LynneB wrote:
You know this whole shit-storm could have been avoided if GZ had just stayed in his damn truck, right?
But done is done. Let's move on to the next travesty, shall we?
Yeah, but by following him that doesn't mean he meant to kill him. He may have followed him at a distance- so that he could direct the cops to the thug when they finally got there. And I have read that dispatchers do not have the authority to 'order' security not to follow. They can suggest it but not order it.

I think the 6'3 thug deserved a bullet for getting on top of Zimmerman and pummeling him. Or as a black 'man', does he now have the 'right' to do that?

“'never'”

Since: Mar 11

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#10 Jul 15, 2013
BPT wrote:
I thought for sure he would go to prison on the manslaughter charge. I felt the jury would fold to pc pressure.
good for them.
however
the liberal press is STILL pushing this issue, almost fanning the flames to start problems.
When you discuss it with an ignorant person, it's pretty easy to win this one, if you have the internet handy. Ask them to tell you what happened and they will immediately cite a 'fact', or several, that is dead wrong. And this case did NOT involve 'stand your ground'. It was self-defense.

Since: Aug 10

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#11 Jul 15, 2013
All the people in our country should be concern about the crimes in their towns and cities and states where they live instead of complaining about George who got beat up before he defend himself. Let us worry about the drug gangs members killing people.
BPT

Waterbury, CT

#12 Jul 15, 2013
Citizen44 wrote:
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When you discuss it with an ignorant person, it's pretty easy to win this one, if you have the internet handy. Ask them to tell you what happened and they will immediately cite a 'fact', or several, that is dead wrong. And this case did NOT involve 'stand your ground'. It was self-defense.
you can NEVER win with a truly ignorant person.
and
some people don't need much to make them "go off". the black leaders must come forward and say that all must respect the jury verdict, but they won't..........did they all forget oj? no one agreed with that travesty. George Zimmerman is far from out of the woods yet on this issue.

“'never'”

Since: Mar 11

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#13 Jul 15, 2013
BPT wrote:
<quoted text>you can NEVER win with a truly ignorant person.
and
some people don't need much to make them "go off". the black leaders must come forward and say that all must respect the jury verdict, but they won't..........did they all forget oj? no one agreed with that travesty. George Zimmerman is far from out of the woods yet on this issue.
True; and they usually won't admit it to your face when they're wrong.
But for example my chocolate facebook friends are being mighty quiet on this issue. I think they know Zimmerman was merely defending himself from felony assault.

My reaction to being told not to follow some CREEP who doesn't belong there and who is looking in windows is to keep following him. Eff the police, half the time they don't give a damn. And if the creep is stupid enough to attack a neighborhood watchman, then fuck him. Bang.
BPT

Waterbury, CT

#14 Jul 15, 2013
Citizen44 wrote:
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True; and they usually won't admit it to your face when they're wrong.
But for example my chocolate facebook friends are being mighty quiet on this issue. I think they know Zimmerman was merely defending himself from felony assault.
My reaction to being told not to follow some CREEP who doesn't belong there and who is looking in windows is to keep following him. Eff the police, half the time they don't give a damn. And if the creep is stupid enough to attack a neighborhood watchman, then fuck him. Bang.
I think what happened is that they profiled each other..........Zimmerman, some kid walking around that does not look like he belongs there..........martin, some creepy ass cracker following me, i'll teach him a lesson ( following his hip hop heros' mantra)
only
the kid never factored in the gun..........still tragic, for both.
No you are

Trenton, NJ

#16 Jul 15, 2013
Citizen44 wrote:
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Yeah, but by following him that doesn't mean he meant to kill him. He may have followed him at a distance- so that he could direct the cops to the thug when they finally got there. And I have read that dispatchers do not have the authority to 'order' security not to follow. They can suggest it but not order it.
I think the 6'3 thug deserved a bullet for getting on top of Zimmerman and pummeling him. Or as a black 'man', does he now have the 'right' to do that?
You know that he wasn't 6'3"? Or a man? He was a 17 year old boy, without a record.
Cletis

Monroe, CT

#17 Jul 15, 2013
I think Zimmerman should look for political asylum in another country because now, after obama, holder, rangel and others don't like the verdict, they're going to try another way to get him.
No you are

Trenton, NJ

#18 Jul 15, 2013
Cletis wrote:
I think Zimmerman should look for political asylum in another country because now, after obama, holder, rangel and others don't like the verdict, they're going to try another way to get him.
He can run as far as he wants, karma doesn't care where he lives.

“'never'”

Since: Mar 11

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#19 Jul 15, 2013
No you are wrote:
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You know that he wasn't 6'3"? Or a man? He was a 17 year old boy, without a record.
You're right- it's 5'11. I repeated what someone else posted here. HOWEVER- this was NOT a 'child'. He was an angry thug, who bragged about fights and wanting to get in fights, on the very day he was put in his place. He was also suspended several times, smoked weed (not a great thing for an at-risk kid) got caught with burglary tools by the police, was known to have stolen jewlery, and texted people both about wanting to buy a gun, and wanting to sell a gun. Now have a glance at his menacing facebook photos. He was a POS.

When you get on top of someone and repeatedly slam their skull onto a sidewalk, you might get what you deserve. He did.

“'never'”

Since: Mar 11

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#20 Jul 15, 2013
No you are wrote:
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He can run as far as he wants, karma doesn't care where he lives.
What exactly would karma be? Misfortune for daring to defend himself against a black thug?

“'never'”

Since: Mar 11

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#21 Jul 15, 2013
No you are wrote:
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You know that he wasn't 6'3"? Or a man? He was a 17 year old boy, without a record.
You know, saying 'he didn't have a record' is really, really deceitful. You know damn well that kid had plenty of trouble. The police simply let the schools deal with it.

So I guess when some angry psycho begins slamming your head against a sidewalk you'll just go along for the ride until you die.
AVA-AVA-AVA

Spartanburg, SC

#22 Jul 16, 2013
Citizen44 wrote:
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You know, saying 'he didn't have a record' is really, really deceitful. You know damn well that kid had plenty of trouble. The police simply let the schools deal with it.
So I guess when some angry psycho begins slamming your head against a sidewalk you'll just go along for the ride until you die.
Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson are riling the troops so they can make some money out of it. People should respect what the jury voted for. This was not racially motivated, this was a kid that could have just walked home but chose to stop , confront Zimmerman and start punching him. It was stated in court that Trayvon threw the first punch.

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