You mean this exchange with your former nemesis?<quoted text>
You took me seriously when I dreamed up the story of Zimmerman stalking, taunting and killing Martin. As I recall, you even gave me props.
The problem with that fairy tale is, it's not illegal to walk down a public sidewalk behind someone else. It's not illegal to report a suspicious person to the police. It's not illegal to observe a person walking in public. What is illegal is trying to hit someone with your fists for no reason whatsoever. It's illegal to knock another person onto the ground and beat their heads into the sidewalk. Even if Zimmerman said something to Martin, which there is no evidence that he did, Saying something to another person, even a complete stranger isn't illegal. It's a right! Trying to beat the chit out of someone for saying something to you is illegal.
Perhaps if Martin's parents would have raise him instead of dumping him onto the village, he would have learned to keep his hands to himself.
<quoted text>If if if.... that is to be yet seen.
It is my constitutional right. One of many things my parents taught me at an early age.
Don't Panic response:
Had Travon Martin used his bare hands to kill the stranger who stalked and taunted him, the police would have arrested Travon and held him in a cage without bail until the day that he was tried and convicted of 2nd degree murder and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
Under the Florida law, stand your ground only applies to white people who kill in self defense. Black men don't have the right to stand their ground. For them, they must run home as fast as they can.
The way I see it, Zimmerman was a spoiled little rich kid who had a magistrate for a daddy and so he never was held accountable for his actions. I can't wait to see that fat ugly punk get sent to a federal super max prison after he is found guilty of violating Martin's civil rights.
Will the real Cabeza de Pot please stand up!