Justice for George Zimmerman.

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Just Saying

Pittsburgh, PA

#2 Apr 7, 2013
Wow, another bigoted azzhat-troll from Florida! Not that that's not to be expected, though.
Just Saying

Pittsburgh, PA

#4 Apr 7, 2013
Azzhats like yourself are cowards, Trayvon Martin stood up to a bully and a punk, but it cost him his life.
hey

Voorhees, NJ

#6 Apr 21, 2013
I look like zimmerman and I still get called the N word..
hey

Voorhees, NJ

#7 Apr 21, 2013
sept i don't have straight hair maybe that's why ..

but i look non black as hell..
Vote for Zimmerman

Hanover, PA

#9 May 2, 2013
George Zimmerman for President in 2016!!!
You need to wake up fool

Pittsburgh, PA

#11 May 3, 2013
Vote for Zimmerman wrote:
George Zimmerman for President in 2016!!!
Zimmerman faces a murder charge; once convicted, he will be ineligible for the office, not to mention "unavailable!"

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#13 May 8, 2013
george zimmerman is a victim of misplaced public rage. it's reasonable to assume that a neighborhood watch captain would follow an unknown individual, HELLO, that's what the neighborhood watch is for. he was attacked with what appeared to be brutal force and killed his attacker...what's the problem?

the state of florida wasn't even pursuing a prosecution case until the feds stepped in; as a result of all the blacks who were crying.
Just Saying

Pittsburgh, PA

#14 May 8, 2013
Angelus Tenebris wrote:
george zimmerman is a victim of misplaced public rage. it's reasonable to assume that a neighborhood watch captain would follow an unknown individual, HELLO, that's what the neighborhood watch is for. he was attacked with what appeared to be brutal force and killed his attacker...what's the problem?
the state of florida wasn't even pursuing a prosecution case until the feds stepped in; as a result of all the blacks who were crying.
Hello, putz! It's called a WATCH, because the participants observe only! Police support and help create watches; they do NOT endorse vigilanteism, such as Zimmerman's, and specifically prohibit such active engagement. We see in the Zimmerman case exactly where that misguided behavior leads.

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#16 May 9, 2013
zimmerman took action and he has been condemned for it.

charles ramsey took action and he is a hero...had he murdered the kidnapper in order to save amanda berry he would STILL be a hero.

between sitting and "observing" or standing up and taking action...i'll side with the guy taking action.

we need more zimmerman's who are willing to get involved, willing to at least try to make a difference.
Just Saying

Pittsburgh, PA

#17 May 9, 2013
Angelus Tenebris wrote:
zimmerman took action and he has been condemned for it.
charles ramsey took action and he is a hero...had he murdered the kidnapper in order to save amanda berry he would STILL be a hero.
between sitting and "observing" or standing up and taking action...i'll side with the guy taking action.
we need more zimmerman's who are willing to get involved, willing to at least try to make a difference.
And of course he's condemned, as that action lead to his taking a human life! Was he a cop? Had he not followed an unarmed black man without reason, without the authority to act even if there was reasonable reason for suspicion?

And the young black man Zimmerman killed did not kidnap anyone... that is a baseless and ludicrous comparison!

You endorse is vigilanteism, which is illegal, as American is a nation of laws... not childish "action heroes!"

Grow up! Obey the laws of this great nation! Respect the freedoms of ALL it's citizens!

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#18 May 10, 2013
"just saying" you do make some good points but with the exception of north carolina, all u.s. states have citizen's arrest laws in place.

A private person may arrest another:
-For a public offense committed or attempted in his/her presence.
-When the person arrested has committed a felony, although not in his presence.
-When a felony has been in fact committed, and he or she has reasonable cause for believing the person arrested to have committed it.

regardless of what you may have heard on cnn, vigilantism is actually legal, except that when an arrest is made "in good faith and with reasonable cause" it's called a citizens arrest.

the "young black man" that zimmerman killed, looked like he was beating the crap out of him. he deserved to get shot. as i mentioned, the public outrage only happens because zimmerman WAS NOT CHARGED and he looked white.

earlier this week, one of your "childish action heroes" saved the lives of 3 kidnapped girls who had been tortured for 10 years.
Just Saying

Pittsburgh, PA

#19 May 11, 2013
Vigilantism is a wholly different concept than a citizen's arrest; vigilantism, by definition is illegal. Mr. Martin had committed no felony, nor did Mr. Zimmerman observe him doing so, and there was no basis for a "reasonable" suspicion he had committed a crime... save being a black in Mr. Zimmerman's neighborhood.

And as Mr. Zimmerman was the only survivor of encounter, we have only his account of it. Even the police operator attempted to discourage a pursuit of Mr. Martin by Mr. Zimmerman. He had no reason to approach or challenge Mr. Martin, who would have had, however, had reason to feel threatened, simply based on the demeanor of Mr. Martin that was demonstrated in the police tapes.

And the incident in Cleveland is neither comparable or relevant to this situation. And tell me, who did the man in Cleveland have to confront and kill to warrant your conferrance of hero status? His actions, however, were appropriate, legal and laudable, unlike Mr. Zimmerman's, and most importantly, assisting in freeing the women, not killing a man.
Arguing in a circle

Jakarta, Indonesia

#21 May 11, 2013
Both of u are essentially agreeing with each other but you're both wording your arguments differently so it sounds like you're disagreeing with each other. U 2 should just hug and make up!!!
Mike Anthony

Pittsburgh, PA

#22 May 11, 2013
End result = one dead black punk which is the best news of all!!! Set George free. He's the hero here. We need more like him!
Just Saying

Pittsburgh, PA

#23 May 11, 2013
Angelus Tenebris wrote:
my comparison of the two cases is based on the photos of zimmerman immediately after the shooting.
by zimmerman's account he did admit to following martin. he then returned to his vehicle and was attacked from behind. the local police/DA did not press charges because this is a clear case of justifiable homicide. martin was in the process of committing a violent assault (at the least) when he was shot and killed.
this is all of course, based on the assumption that zimmerman's account is 100% true. it was good enough for the police who did NOT charge him and the photos of his injuries do support his story.
i must admit that these two cases are remarkably different in many ways, perhaps it was a poor analogy but the fact remains that this "none of my business" attitude isn't cool. everything is our business, we all need to stop turning a blind eye when we see something wrong.
the question is really the "intent" of the good samaritan or "vigilante." are they just looking for trouble or honestly trying to help another human being?
some of your so called "childish action heros" have saved many lives over the years.
"Childish action heroes" was my characterization of YOUR endorsement of vigilantism, and was specific to Mr.Zimmerman's case, no others. The misrepresentation of thewords of others is both a dishonest and lazy way to try to make a point.
yep

Elizabethtown, KY

#24 May 11, 2013

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#25 May 11, 2013
so i suppose my question would be, had charles ramsey killed ariel castro during the course of amanda berry's rescue, should he have been charged with murder?
Jorge DeJesus

Carlisle, PA

#26 May 12, 2013
Angelus Tenebris wrote:
so i suppose my question would be, had charles ramsey killed ariel castro during the course of amanda berry's rescue, should he have been charged with murder?
No, but Ramsey should be arrested for not paying child support.
Just Saying

Pittsburgh, PA

#27 May 12, 2013
Angelus Tenebris wrote:
so i suppose my question would be, had charles ramsey killed ariel castro during the course of amanda berry's rescue, should he have been charged with murder?
Wow! A manufactured hypothetical that is in no way analogous to the Zimmerman case... do you have a point, based in fact, and relevant to the topic at hand, perhaps?
Another Question

Elizabethtown, KY

#29 May 12, 2013
Just Saying wrote:
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Wow! A manufactured hypothetical that is in no way analogous to the Zimmerman case... do you have a point, based in fact, and relevant to the topic at hand, perhaps?
Why is every1 so hostile on this website??

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