George Zimmerman Verdict: Not Guilty
razz58

Glenwood, IL

#1619 Jul 25, 2013
love in the air wrote:
<quoted text>Sam hearts urnogood!
What a stupid fcukin name.....befitting

Thanks!

I 'really' think they're all the same.

How else could one justify the beating of a dead horse?

“We're all Bozos on this bus”

Since: Jan 07

South Bend, IN

#1620 Jul 25, 2013
65007noogard wrote:
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I'm thinking that Juror B29 must be getting some threats/pressure from the same crowd that are still calling Zimmerman a "white" Hispanic. In her interview, she stated something along the lines that she felt Zimmerman was guilty of murder, but there was no evidence to convict him of murder. Her interview made absolutely no sense.
Which is about the norm for the ones who still want to hang Zimmerman. Guess they figure our legal system should have been simply based on gut feelings.

Since: Jul 13

Saint Louis, MO

#1621 Jul 25, 2013
Blue_Eye_Gemini wrote:
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Can you tell me who's next?
yes some dumbass who thinks its okay to beat on somebody cause the color of their skin.

Level 7

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#1622 Jul 25, 2013
camicaze wrote:
<quoted text> I always did wonder why people when they don't get their way usually pull out the race card.
...This could have been that famous....ONE TIME, TOO MANY.....
cross examiner

Rolling Meadows, IL

#1623 Jul 25, 2013
Uh Clem wrote:
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Which is about the norm for the ones who still want to hang Zimmerman. Guess they figure our legal system should have been simply based on gut feelings.
Gut feelings? Like asking the jury to base their verdict on whether or not they felt Zimmerman feared for his life?

Sounds like *gut feelings* to me. No further questions.

“....VETS”

Level 9

Since: Jan 08

WELCOME HOME

#1624 Jul 25, 2013
camicaze wrote:
<quoted text> yes some dumbass who thinks its okay to beat on somebody cause the color of their skin.
how did you determine that jury foreman

“We're all Bozos on this bus”

Since: Jan 07

South Bend, IN

#1625 Jul 25, 2013
cross examiner wrote:
<quoted text>Gut feelings? Like asking the jury to base their verdict on whether or not they felt Zimmerman feared for his life?
Sounds like *gut feelings* to me. No further questions.
Nope, not at all.
Barry Man-UR-slow

United States

#1626 Jul 25, 2013
cross examiner wrote:
<quoted text>Gut feelings? Like asking the jury to base their verdict on whether or not they felt Zimmerman feared for his life?
Sounds like *gut feelings* to me. No further questions.
Feelings, nothing more than feelings. Pretty simple, even a fcuktard like you should understand. That liberalism is based on emotion rather than common sense. In example-"hate crimes". WTF??? If you murder someone, does it really matter whether you hated them or not? It's MURDER! Liberal tards are always trying to figure out other's intentions, when their own are suspect as hell. Like intentions matter, huh? But then, with liberals, intentions matter more than results. It's a proven FACT.

WTF is wrong with you whacked-out ASSTARDS????????

Another example: The CRA. Help people to finance housing that they couldn't afford. Because it just feels good! THAT worked out well, didn't it? All of the RESPONSIBLE homeowners were left with the tab for that little scheme, while taking a 30-50% hit on the value of their own property.

Wealth redistribution? Try wealth evaporation, brought to you by your local (and national) LIBERALS.

Since: Jun 08

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#1627 Jul 25, 2013
-_Yernogood- wrote:
<quoted text>It does say role doesn't it. I don't really care and I understand why that's the only thing you focused in on. Its all good I've made my point. Thanks I'm really not into any
tête-à-tête with you.
I wasn't picking on the grammar.. it was the lack of substance that I was pointing out...

Since: Jun 08

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#1628 Jul 25, 2013
-_Yernogood- wrote:
<quoted text>I think I'll rowl over I bed tonight and have my way with my wife.
best 3 minutes all day lol

Since: Jun 08

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#1629 Jul 25, 2013
-_Yernogood- wrote:
<quoted text>That's because you're not following the TOS. The TOS...what a fkng joke right?
It's funny when you only defend your spelling error and not the substance of your post..

Since: Jun 08

Location hidden

#1630 Jul 25, 2013
Chilli J wrote:
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Better yet, let's take one step back from there, instead, and remove the overzealous vigilante mall cop wannabe from the equation! If GW stays put in his SUV, as directed by the PD Dispatcher, no fight, no GW "in fear for his life!" (LOL), no deceased unarmed minor, no charges filed, no trial, no not guilty verdict, no thread. Simple, huh?
Apparently simple in your head. GZ was out of the vehicle before he was told "we don't need you to do that." Prior to that, he was asked by the 911 operator "Where is he now?" He followed to try and obtain that info the 911 operator.

So, if we play the "what if" game.. what if TM had ducked out of sight of GZ in the dark between the buildings and continued about 100 yards to where he was staying? no fight, no GW "in fear for his life!" no deceased unarmed minor, no charges filed, no trial, no not guilty verdict, no thread.

He had 4 minutes to go 100 yards... he could have crawled that far in 1/2 that time...
Chilli J wrote:
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Everyone likes simple, right? Let's simplify this even more for you. The only remaining eyewitness/information source we have is the fearful GW, who conveniently "forgot" to testify on his own behalf.
Which trial did you watch? GZ was video-taped by the police, then carried out to the crime scene, walked through it again, all being recorded, from start to end.. and in HIS own words... What else did he need to say?
Chilli J wrote:
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So I'd expect GW to have engaged in major CYA If you didn't expect GW to do just that, you don't know people and might struggle in the RW.
The detective(s) and other police officials that interviewed him deal with this kinda thing on a daily basis.. They've heard pretty much every lie and CYA BS that can be told... and they, under oath, stated that he was telling the truth and they believed it happened exactly as GZ stated it did. So... if GZ was covering his 6, he did an amazing job for a wanna-be mall cop with zero experience to bluff some of Sanford's finest.. is that what you're saying?
Chilli J wrote:
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You've confirmed above you don't know me and don't know what I know about how "these people act" as you so tellingly put it above. I get it. Your "these people" labeling confirmed you're a racist who hates on blacks and GW, having recently removed one from the World, is your CCW vigilante hero. Hey, a guy needs a role model. I'm so happy for you!
Thanks for sharing! You have a great day, bud!
Thanks, I had a great day.. "These people".. haha Are you so ignorant to not understand that there is an absolute segmentation in our society? When Jeantel (whatever her name is) was asked by defense council if she thought the term "creepy ass cracker" was offensive or racist.. she responded "No".. but if you watch it more carefully...

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2013/0...

Don't you find it odd that everything in this video gets bleeped but "cracker"? BTW.. this is the PROSECUTION asking questions..

I heard wet grass... LOL..

Since: Jun 08

Location hidden

#1631 Jul 25, 2013
cross examiner wrote:
<quoted text>Gut feelings? Like asking the jury to base their verdict on whether or not they felt Zimmerman feared for his life?
Sounds like *gut feelings* to me. No further questions.
No, like asking the jury to weigh the evidence presented to them, remove emotion, and render a verdict purely on the evidence presented to them.. ever see that lady in the blindfold?

“JUSTICE DENIED, AGAIN!!!”

Level 8

Since: Mar 10

Location hidden

#1632 Jul 25, 2013
Beautiful Black Molly wrote:
I take no happiness that a young man lost his life and it saddens me that many may find this a reason to act out.
I was in agreement with Tally, I figured Zimmerman would get off. The youth had an opportunity to walk away and circled back instead .... unfortunately, that was his mistake.
My heart goes out to both families.
He didn't circle back. He ran away from the stranger who was following him. Zimmerman, against police advice, against NW rules, against common sense got out of his vehicle and hunted him down.

Zimmerman had four versions of what happened. Which one did you pick to believe?
Eye Witness Snooze

United States

#1633 Jul 25, 2013
zazz wrote:
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He didn't circle back. He ran away from the stranger who was following him. Zimmerman, against police advice, against NW rules, against common sense got out of his vehicle and hunted him down.
Zimmerman had four versions of what happened. Which one did you pick to believe?
So, you were there when it all went down? You must have been, since you seem to be speaking as an "expert" on the events that evening. No? Then STFU! You're just another clueless, race-baiting armchair prosecutor for the (socialist) state. Now, go email Holder and tell him someone was mean to you...
Miami Nice

Miami, FL

#1634 Jul 25, 2013
Eye Witness Snooze wrote:
<quoted text>So, you were there when it all went down? You must have been, since you seem to be speaking as an "expert" on the events that evening. No? Then STFU! You're just another clueless, race-baiting armchair prosecutor for the (socialist) state. Now, go email Holder and tell him someone was mean to you...
So, you were there when it all went down? You must have been, since you seem to be speaking as an "expert" on the events that evening.

The National Sheriff's Assiciation has this to say about George Zimmerman the night "it all went down"

“The Neighborhood Watch Program fosters collaboration and cooperation with the community and local law enforcement by encouraging citizens to be aware of what is going on in their communities and contact law enforcement if they suspect something – NOT take the law in their own hands,” continued Executive Director Kennard.“The alleged participant ignored everything the Neighborhood Watch Program stands for and it resulted in a young man losing his life. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of Trayvon Martin during this terrible time.”
Miami Nice

Miami, FL

#1635 Jul 25, 2013
Eye Witness Snooze wrote:
<quoted text>So, you were there when it all went down? You must have been, since you seem to be speaking as an "expert" on the events that evening. No? Then STFU! You're just another clueless, race-baiting armchair prosecutor for the (socialist) state. Now, go email Holder and tell him someone was mean to you...
"Maddy"..Juror B29 on "when it all went down"

"George Zimmerman got away with murder, but you can't get away from God. And at the end of the day, he's going to have a lot of questions and answers he has to deal with," the juror said. "[But] the law couldn't prove it.”

Since: Jul 13

Saint Louis, MO

#1636 Jul 25, 2013
tallyho wrote:
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how did you determine that jury foreman
I don't think he should of went to trial.

“....VETS”

Level 9

Since: Jan 08

WELCOME HOME

#1637 Jul 26, 2013
Lylah wrote:
Wow I think Florida's judicial system is messed up. First they let baby killer Casey Anthony off. Now this. What is wrong with the jury pool in Florida??
perhaps it is you , you seem to be a two for two here
you are telling 18 people they are all wrong..

at the very beginning on Zim I as a former judge told you the State of Florida didn't have a case....

Casey , wasn't even interested in the trail and I never followed it

ZIM's trail some special prosecutor believed they were going to get fame and fortune ....

and here we are , 22 pages long 1425 postings and guess what

ZIM is still walking , Casey is still walking

and OJ isn't running through airports

“....VETS”

Level 9

Since: Jan 08

WELCOME HOME

#1638 Jul 26, 2013
camicaze wrote:
<quoted text> I don't think he should of went to trial.
apologize to you : after reading your post again , I see you were replying to another and I took it as a racial issue

there wasn't any race at all here except from the Martin side... read my post above ...

you are correct at 1st it didn't go to trial

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