Justice For Trayvon
Cracker

Buxton, NC

#75 Jul 24, 2013
Justice For Who wrote:
I Am A Young White Victim Of Black Racism
You won’t recognize me. My name was Antonio West and I was the 13-month old white child who was shot at point blank range by two black teens who were attempting to rob my mother, who was also shot. A Grand Jury of my mommy’s peers from Brunswick GA determined the teens who murdered me will not face the death penalty…too bad I was given a death sentence for being innocent and defenseless.
My family made the mistake of being white in a 73% non-white neighborhood, but my murder was not ruled a Hate Crime. Nor did President Obama take so much as a single moment to acknowledge my murder.
I am one of the youngest murder victims in our Nation’s history, but the media doesn’t care to cover the story of my tragic demise, President Obama has no children who could possibly look like me – so he doesn’t care and the media doesn’t care because my story is not interesting enough to bring them ratings so they can sell commercial time slots.
There is not a white equivalent of Al Sharpton because if there was he would be declared racist, so there is no one rushing to Brunswick GA to demand justice for me. There is no White Panther party to put a bounty on the lives of those who murdered me. I have no voice, I have no representation and unlike those who shot me in the face while I sat innocently in my stroller – I no longer have my life.
So while you are seeking justice for Trayvon, please remember to seek justice for me too. Tell your friends about me, tell your families, get tee shirts with my face on them and make the world pay attention, just like you did for Trayvon.
Thank you.
Were the brothers arrested and convicted? Or is this more jive nonsense from whitey?
Did not deserve to die

Utica, NY

#76 Jul 24, 2013
Utica Man wrote:
It sickens me how this case has been exploited into becoming the race case it is when there was never anything racial about it. It sickens me that Trayvon and every black youth is given a pass on ...illing the values of non-violence in him. To march for justice for Trayvon is to support young black men everywhere in using violence and aggression to meet their needs.
He was a kid and did not deserve to die. I wonder about you or your friends. You never beat someone up out of anger? Did you deserve to DIE???
Really

Utica, NY

#77 Jul 24, 2013
Richard Blaine wrote:
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Yeah sure if you consider violently attacking a man, busting his nose and repeatedly slamming his head against the ground, minutes after referring to the man with a racial slur "nothing". Time to wake of and face reality: Trayvon was a violent thug and he got his justice when that JHP 9mm round slammed into his chest stopping the hate crime he was perpetrating against Zimmerman.
He had scratches on the back of his head and yes he did have a broken nose, but if he were your son, do you really believe he deserved to die?? Trayvon got into a fight in hs and he smoked some pot; are you so perfect that you believe this child deserved to die? What would you think if the kid was white, just stop and think about it. Your attitude would be different.
east utican

Utica, NY

#79 Jul 25, 2013
Really wrote:
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He had scratches on the back of his head and yes he did have a broken nose, but if he were your son, do you really believe he deserved to die?? Trayvon got into a fight in hs and he smoked some pot; are you so perfect that you believe this child deserved to die? What would you think if the kid was white, just stop and think about it. Your attitude would be different.
I thought about it.He deserved to die.
Justice served

White Plains, NY

#80 Jul 25, 2013
Zimmerman deliered the justice already.
a proud white person

Utica, NY

#82 Jul 25, 2013
Did you know that Tryvon's "grieving mother" gave him up when he was only 2 years old and gave him back to his father who she was NOT married to?

Father brought Tryvon up until he was about 13 years old because dear old Dad found himself a live in love interest and Tryvon took the back seat and ignored.

Tryvon was no "innocent" black kid - got into trouble in HS, did dope, and knew all about street fighting.

Face it - Tryvon was nothing more than a young black thug that bite off more than he could handle and was killed in the process.

His death was no loss to our Society - one less black on Welfare.
perished

Utica, NY

#83 Jul 25, 2013
Cracker wrote:
Young, skinny black boy beatin down a grown ass white man. You sorry asses aught to be embarrassed.
And now that skinny koon is dead and in hell suffering day and night for all eternity.
perished

Utica, NY

#84 Jul 25, 2013
a proud white person wrote:
Did you know that Tryvon's "grieving mother" gave him up when he was only 2 years old and gave him back to his father who she was NOT married to?
Father brought Tryvon up until he was about 13 years old because dear old Dad found himself a live in love interest and Tryvon took the back seat and ignored.
Tryvon was no "innocent" black kid - got into trouble in HS, did dope, and knew all about street fighting.
Face it - Tryvon was nothing more than a young black thug that bite off more than he could handle and was killed in the process.
His death was no loss to our Society - one less black on Welfare.
You are right, it is no loss to society or anyone else, he would have eventually ended up in prison so one less inmate for the white man to feed and clothe! it should happen more often, like about every minute!
spelling champ

Utica, NY

#85 Jul 25, 2013
Justice served wrote:
Zimmerman deliered the justice already.
"Deliered"??? Lol!
trash shot dead

Utica, NY

#86 Jul 25, 2013
Did not deserve to die wrote:
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He was a kid and did not deserve to die. I wonder about you or your friends. You never beat someone up out of anger? Did you deserve to DIE???
wake up you moron, he was not just some innocent kid! he was a thug and got what he was looking for! no great loss!
Mike

United States

#87 Jul 25, 2013
Just one more dead hoodie monkey. All you monkies and Obama should go back to Africa. LOL
trash shot dead wrote:
<quoted text>wake up you moron, he was not just some innocent kid! he was a thug and got what he was looking for! no great loss!
waquim brown

Mexico, NY

#88 Jul 25, 2013
Us folks of color need to organize some big rallys,the burin and lootin will soon follow.now we got jay-z and beyonce involved so look-out whitey
utica man

Agawam, MA

#89 Jul 25, 2013
Trayvon brought his death on himself. He had many non aggressive options ava ilable to him. He didn't use any of them and instead CHOSE to go way over the top and not only knock Z to the ground, but then jump on him and beat him further. His parents completely failed their son. They clearly dd not know him and did not teach him anything about good vs bad decisions or about keeping his cool when angry or afraid. I could understand Trayvon being afraid and hitting Z and knocking him to the ground. He was not justified in doing that but he was afraid and it was understandable. But when he jumped on him and continued beating him he crossed a line. Any reasonable legally armed person in Z's position would have done exactly the same thing. Anyone who still says that Zimmerman should have been convicted is ignoring every fact presented in the trial because it doesn't fit their template for the racial crime they want to think happened. They have a twisted view of justice and want to give a pass to bullies and thugs who use aggression to get their way.They want to call anyone who believes Z was innocent as a racist when in fact they themselves gave a racial bias, as evidenced by their refusal to consider facts.
sorry

Whitesboro, NY

#91 Jul 25, 2013
utica man wrote:
Trayvon brought his death on himself. He had many non aggressive options ava ilable to him. He didn't use any of them and instead CHOSE to go way over the top and not only knock Z to the ground, but then jump on him and beat him further. His parents completely failed their son. They clearly dd not know him and did not teach him anything about good vs bad decisions or about keeping his cool when angry or afraid. I could understand Trayvon being afraid and hitting Z and knocking him to the ground. He was not justified in doing that but he was afraid and it was understandable. But when he jumped on him and continued beating him he crossed a line. Any reasonable legally armed person in Z's position would have done exactly the same thing. Anyone who still says that Zimmerman should have been convicted is ignoring every fact presented in the trial because it doesn't fit their template for the racial crime they want to think happened. They have a twisted view of justice and want to give a pass to bullies and thugs who use aggression to get their way.They want to call anyone who believes Z was innocent as a racist when in fact they themselves gave a racial bias, as evidenced by their refusal to consider facts.
perfectly said
a proud white person

Utica, NY

#92 Jul 25, 2013
utica man wrote:
Trayvon brought his death on himself. He had many non aggressive options ava ilable to him. He didn't use any of them and instead CHOSE to go way over the top and not only knock Z to the ground, but then jump on him and beat him further. His parents completely failed their son. They clearly dd not know him and did not teach him anything about good vs bad decisions or about keeping his cool when angry or afraid. I could understand Trayvon being afraid and hitting Z and knocking him to the ground. He was not justified in doing that but he was afraid and it was understandable. But when he jumped on him and continued beating him he crossed a line. Any reasonable legally armed person in Z's position would have done exactly the same thing. Anyone who still says that Zimmerman should have been convicted is ignoring every fact presented in the trial because it doesn't fit their template for the racial crime they want to think happened. They have a twisted view of justice and want to give a pass to bullies and thugs who use aggression to get their way.They want to call anyone who believes Z was innocent as a racist when in fact they themselves gave a racial bias, as evidenced by their refusal to consider facts.
Very well said.
Meh

Syracuse, NY

#93 Jul 25, 2013
utica man wrote:
Trayvon brought his death on himself. He had many non aggressive options ava ilable to him. He didn't use any of them and instead CHOSE to go way over the top and not only knock Z to the ground, but then jump on him and beat him further. His parents completely failed their son. They clearly dd not know him and did not teach him anything about good vs bad decisions or about keeping his cool when angry or afraid. I could understand Trayvon being afraid and hitting Z and knocking him to the ground. He was not justified in doing that but he was afraid and it was understandable. But when he jumped on him and continued beating him he crossed a line. Any reasonable legally armed person in Z's position would have done exactly the same thing. Anyone who still says that Zimmerman should have been convicted is ignoring every fact presented in the trial because it doesn't fit their template for the racial crime they want to think happened. They have a twisted view of justice and want to give a pass to bullies and thugs who use aggression to get their way.They want to call anyone who believes Z was innocent as a racist when in fact they themselves gave a racial bias, as evidenced by their refusal to consider facts.
True, Trayvon did bring it on himself, but George was no saint in this either. He should not have followed the kid with his gun. He should have let the police handle the issue and none of this would be in the news. Stand your ground laws only encourage violent confrontation. George was not in fear for his life before he confronted Trayvon and the kid breaking into a house or harassing anyone. He was just walking through the wrong neighborhood. I've walked through Harlem, Corn Hill, and Arbor Hill and have never had someone pull a gun on me.
Thank you

Utica, NY

#94 Jul 25, 2013
Meh wrote:
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True, Trayvon did bring it on himself, but George was no saint in this either. He should not have followed the kid with his gun. He should have let the police handle the issue and none of this would be in the news. Stand your ground laws only encourage violent confrontation. George was not in fear for his life before he confronted Trayvon and the kid breaking into a house or harassing anyone. He was just walking through the wrong neighborhood. I've walked through Harlem, Corn Hill, and Arbor Hill and have never had someone pull a gun on me.
Thank you for making sense on this forum. Not many people do. I think the person who wrote the comment before yours and the one that wrote, "well said" are the same person.
Utica Man

Utica, NY

#95 Jul 25, 2013
I agree, you are right that George should have followed what the police said and let it go, but he didn't. I agree he used very bad judgement and took it upon himself to follow Trayvon. I agree completely that was wrong. But it wasn't a criminal act and it did not warrant Trayvon assaulting him like that. Z didn't get out of that car intending to stalk and kill Trayvon, like so many jingoistic race-baiters are falsely claiming. There is no evidence whatsoever to support that. And nothing Zimmerman did, his bad judgement and actions included, warranted Trayvon to attack him like he did. Zimmerman didn't expect Trayvon to do that to him, because it was an unreasonable over reaction on Trayvon's part to Zimmerman following him. It was way beyond getting Z to leave him alone. He accomplished that when he knocked him down. He then crossed a line into felony assault. Why did he not then call the police, or his parents whom he had such a close relationship with? Wouldn't you want your child to do that? No, instead Trayvon decided he was going to teach the "Creepy Ass Cracka" (a blatantly racist term expressed by Trayvon to his lovely girlfriend) a lesson. Zimmerman put himself in the situation by overstepping his authority, but he did not do anything to warrant the attack that Trayvon unleashed on him. Both he and Trayvon made bad choices but only Trayvon made the choice to physically assault Zimmerman. I do personally agree that Z has some culpability in this by overstepping his authority, but that was far outweighed by the assault Trayvon inflicted on him. Replay the situation just as it occurred from beginning to end but remove the gun. Instead of Z shooting, Trayvon simply stops, gets up and walks away. Is Zimmerman not badly assaulted with a broken nose and lacerations to his skull? Is that not a felony? He did all that to Z before Z shot him. Why do people give Trayvon a pass on that? By doing so it gives every defiant kid with a thug mentality the endorsement to do the same thing. The most frustrating thing about this whole case is that any possible valuable lesson that could come from this has been hijacked by the media and by jingoistic race baiters who want a racial issue with which to push a political agenda. No one is willing to accept the simple basic lesson which is that violence and aggression have no place in civilized society and people need to make non-violent choices. But no one wants to admit that that because it doesn't fit the racist agenda they want to hold on to.
Utica Man

Utica, NY

#96 Jul 25, 2013
It is terrible that Trayvon is dead; anytime a person dies from gun violence it is a terrible thing. But if you really want to keep it from happening again, examine the objective facts in the light of day and hold Trayvon also accountable for the choices he made. Admit that he also handled the situation badly and consider what he could have done differently. Maybe if the media and the public did this they would influence another person from being a thug and ending up the same way. But that message is lost in the false racial arguments around this case. Most people prefer to force some distorted, pportunistic political agenda; use this kids death to further their own causes rather than allow it to possible prevent further tragedy. Which means that Trayvon's death really was of no value and meant nothing, made no difference. Stop making a hero and martyr out of him. Have a tenth of a percent of concrn for the other hundreds of people who hve died from gun violence since that day. Have faith in kharma: Zimmerman faces a similar life to OJ Simpson and Casey Anthony, maybe worse.

And no, I didn't sign on in another name and agree with my own post. There are many, many more people who agree than you would think; they just don't want to be unjustly ridiculed fork speaking their mind.

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#99 Jul 29, 2013
Meh wrote:
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True, Trayvon did bring it on himself, but George was no saint in this either. He should not have followed the kid with his gun. He should have let the police handle the issue and none of this would be in the news. Stand your ground laws only encourage violent confrontation. George was not in fear for his life before he confronted Trayvon and the kid breaking into a house or harassing anyone. He was just walking through the wrong neighborhood. I've walked through Harlem, Corn Hill, and Arbor Hill and have never had someone pull a gun on me.
The "Stand Your Ground" law had nothing to do with this case.

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