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<quoted text>Pressed and sharp. Whatever you're wearing is looking a tad worse for wear...there's a big hole in the seat from the beating everyone has been giving you.
I'm I to believe a victory resides in the heads of these "road scholars" over me?
One had claimed Florida law will afford Mr. Zimmerman an acquittal, but has not told me which law that would be and does not understand what happens in a hung jury...
The other, you, replies with nonsense rhetoric and backwoods drivel, calls other posters, "Fry Queen", "Rastus", etc., without giving any viable rebuttals, but claims a beating was delivered.

Let me see if I can find a few band aids and I'll claim self defense after I put a bullet in your chest from this so called beating and as your friend said, use that good old Florida law...Pardon me, Ohio law. Do you think it works the same here? I hope so.
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<quoted text>Yet it was established by Mr. Good that Zimmerman was on the bottom, and Ashtray was atop him making punching motions.
It's looking very bad for your side, Reader.
Mr. Good said, "I believe so" when asked. Not quite established eye witness. It can only establish reasonable doubt.
Oh I forgot, in your head that's a victory.

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Gabriels Hammer wrote:
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I'm I to believe a victory resides in the heads of these "road scholars" over me?
One had claimed Florida law will afford Mr. Zimmerman an acquittal, but has not told me which law that would be and does not understand what happens in a hung jury...
The other, you, replies with nonsense rhetoric and backwoods drivel, calls other posters, "Fry Queen", "Rastus", etc., without giving any viable rebuttals, but claims a beating was delivered.
Let me see if I can find a few band aids and I'll claim self defense after I put a bullet in your chest from this so called beating and as your friend said, use that good old Florida law...Pardon me, Ohio law. Do you think it works the same here? I hope so.
You win the disjointed, rambling post award of the evening. As for my style of rebuttal, you haven't been here long enough to have a clue about that or anything else. Don't underestimate anyone on this forum...you'll be in for a shock.

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Mr. Good said, "I believe so" when asked. Not quite established eye witness. It can only establish reasonable doubt.
Oh I forgot, in your head that's a victory.
So...you don't have a clue how this procedure works, eh?
We knew that.

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Gabriels Hammer wrote:
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I'm I to believe a victory resides in the heads of these "road scholars" over me?
One had claimed Florida law will afford Mr. Zimmerman an acquittal, but has not told me which law that would be and does not understand what happens in a hung jury...

Let me see if I can find a few band aids and I'll claim self defense after I put a bullet in your chest from this so called beating and as your friend said, use that good old Florida law...Pardon me, Ohio law. Do you think it works the same here? I hope so.
UR frustrated huh

HAHAHAHAHahahahaha

Your lack of comprehension is astounding.

Again and hopefully for the last time, my comment was that your opinion did not matter.

Evidence and Florida (Law) plural, is what will matter to the court and the JURY will use (if they are impartial) to decide a verdict.

What that verdict will be I could not say.

carry on then

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Rev. Manning on Ashtray and Obama:

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Gabriels Hammer wrote:
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Mr. Good said, "I believe so" when asked. Not quite established eye witness. It can only establish reasonable doubt.
Oh I forgot, in your head that's a victory.
From a star prosecution witness? You bet your booty that's a win for the defense. Even an "I don't know" is a victory when uttered by a prosecution witness in this case.
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Much of the country is laughing at the “ghetto” black girl who keeps getting tripped up in her story. But Jeantel has made a lot more sense than it may have seemed.
Yes, she was dissimulating in pretending that Trayvon Martin’s referring to Zimmerman as a “creepy-ass cracker” wasn’t “racial”—of course it was. Cracker is today’s “honkey,” a word now about as antique as The Jeffersons in which George used it so much. It is both descriptive and pejorative, although it’s important to note that according to Jeantel, Martin was not calling Zimmerman a cracker to his face but when trying to give his friend on the phone an update on where the creepy cracker was.
The origins of the word in reference to persons as opposed to snacks is obscure, but most likely started when cracking could mean bragging in Elizabethan English. Upper-crust colonial Americans had a way of referring to lower-class British immigrants to the South as loud-mouthed “crackers,” as in boastful beyond their proper station.
Pretty soon the word just referred to the people, period, with elegant Central Park architect Frederick Law Olmsted even casually writing in 1850 after a Florida jaunt that “some crackers owned a good many Negroes.”
Jeantel may well have heard some whites in Florida using the word for themselves with a kind of in-group pride – just as black people use the N-word that way. But surely she knows that’s a different meaning, just as anyone who claims it’s okay for Paula Deen to have used the N-word because Jay-Z does is faking it.
I have worked in the urban city school district for years and not one time have I ever heard a hispanic or white child refer to themselves as cracker. I have on the other hand have heard all children of all colors call each other nxxxxxr! Jeantel is 19 years old and a senior in high school. The only way she is enrolled in school to this day is because she has an IEP, otherwise due to her age, the school would not receive one dime of funding to educate her. She has a learning disability - it is very evident with the way she speaks and the inability to understand simple complex questions.
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<quoted text>You win the disjointed, rambling post award of the evening. As for my style of rebuttal, you haven't been here long enough to have a clue about that or anything else. Don't underestimate anyone on this forum...you'll be in for a shock.
Not much more to see. Name calling is about all you do. Racist vernacular. Insipid chatter. Not a whole lot more to you.

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I have worked in the urban city school district for years and not one time have I ever heard a hispanic or white child refer to themselves as cracker. I have on the other hand have heard all children of all colors call each other nxxxxxr! Jeantel is 19 years old and a senior in high school. The only way she is enrolled in school to this day is because she has an IEP, otherwise due to her age, the school would not receive one dime of funding to educate her. She has a learning disability - it is very evident with the way she speaks and the inability to understand simple complex questions.
For a star witness, the prosecution certainly didn't do their homework on her.
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<quoted text>So...you don't have a clue how this procedure works, eh?
We knew that.
Where's that Florida law defense, sir? I've yet to see any evidence. You're about as sharp as Zimmerman's lawyer.

Maybe a good knock knock joke will prove it.

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Where's that Florida law defense, sir? I've yet to see any evidence. You're about as sharp as Zimmerman's lawyer.
Maybe a good knock knock joke will prove it.
The role of reasonable doubt eludes you.
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<quoted text>UR frustrated huh

HAHAHAHAHahahahaha

Your lack of comprehension is astounding.

Again and hopefully for the last time, my comment was that your opinion did not matter.

Evidence and Florida (Law) plural, is what will matter to the court and the JURY will use (if they are impartial) to decide a verdict.

What that verdict will be I could not say.

carry on then
So you think simply stating "lack of comprehension" gives you the upper hand? Void of any substance. Since that Florida law thing seems to be your reason as well, please inform me of which part of it will free Mr.Zimmerman.

Do you guys have cool satin jackets for your little club here? There's quite a few of you.

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<quoted text>Yet it was established by Mr. Good that Zimmerman was on the bottom, and Trayvon was atop him making punching motions.
It's looking very bad for your side, Reader.
Mr Good's impression is contradicted by three other witnesses who reported seeing Zimmerman on top.

But it ain't over.

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Not much more to see. Name calling is about all you do. Racist vernacular. Insipid chatter. Not a whole lot more to you.
You're not too bright, are you?

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Where's that Florida law defense, sir? I've yet to see any evidence. You're about as sharp as Zimmerman's lawyer.
Maybe a good knock knock joke will prove it.
Zimmerman's lawyer is making the prosecutor look like an LSAT failure. You're living in an alternate universe.

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Mr Good's impression is contradicted by three other witnesses who reported seeing Zimmerman on top.
But it ain't over.
It's over, dear. Simply on reasonable doubt.

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<quoted text>From a star prosecution witness? You bet your booty that's a win for the defense. Even an "I don't know" is a victory when uttered by a prosecution witness in this case.
Good is considered the star witness for the defense. The only reason for the prosecution to put him on is to avoid the accusation that they were hiding something.

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So you think simply stating "lack of comprehension" gives you the upper hand? Void of any substance. Since that Florida law thing seems to be your reason as well, please inform me of which part of it will free Mr.Zimmerman.
Do you guys have cool satin jackets for your little club here? There's quite a few of you.
You've barely seen a quarter of our number. And the fact that our usual opposition hasn't come to your defense doesn't bode well for you.

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Good is considered the star witness for the defense. The only reason for the prosecution to put him on is to avoid the accusation that they were hiding something.
http://www.clickorlando.com/news/george-zimme...

The state's only eyewitness to the scuffle that preceded the shooting of Trayvon Martin wound up supporting George Zimmerman's claim he was pinned to the ground, straddled by a man in a position to harm him.

John Good confirmed Martin was atop Zimmerman during the crucial seconds prior to the gunshot. Good was a neighbor in the complex who saw some of the altercation and ran out during the struggle. Previously known as Witness 6, Good says he saw the fight before the gunshot with Martin was on top of Zimmerman. Other witnesses said they saw Zimmerman on top of Martin after the gunshot....

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