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Old 03-27-2012, 01:56 PM   #106
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Mother of slain Florida teenager seeks trademarks - Yahoo! News


Son dead? Pfftt...who cares. No time like the present to cash in on some opportunities.
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Old 03-27-2012, 02:03 PM   #107
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Son dead? Pfftt...who cares. No time like the present to cash in on some opportunities.
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Old 03-27-2012, 02:11 PM   #108
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I want you all to take note at how powerful the media can influence people, and how incredibly irresponsible they are.


I would spit in Al Sharpton's face if he were here. This is the second time he's rushed to a "ARREST THEM!" before knowing the facts. Does he have access to any evidence? He working with the DA? No, he's using the race card to gather as much backing from people like he actually gives a shit, but in reality he doesn't. Prematurely inciting race to work up a frenzied crowd which ultimately leads to things like this.

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The New Black Panther Group has put a bounty on George Zimmerman with a $10,000 reward for his capture, dead or alive. As disheartened and sad as Trayvon’s family is, they have made it clear they do not want this type of justice – an eye for an eye. They want true justice. They want Zimmerman arrested, they want a thorough investigation, they want justice for their son.

Continue reading on Examiner.com Trayvon Martin case: Anderson Cooper, New Black Panther leader clash - National unsolved cases | Examiner.com Trayvon Martin case: Anderson Cooper, New Black Panther leader clash - National unsolved cases | Examiner.com

Now how is it a person can put a bounty on another person's life? Isn't this basically the same as a contract killing? Why aren't the leaders of this organization being arrested?

This shit stinks to high heaven and it would behoove the local law enforcement to get as much evidence out there to calm this racial storm.
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When I forst started reading about this case I figured that Zimmerman was guilty as hell. The more I have read the more I'm thinking maybe he is not so guilty. I still think he used excessive force but I don't think it was jsut cold blooded murder.
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I want you all to take note at how powerful the media can influence people, and how incredibly irresponsible they are.


I would spit in Al Sharpton's face if he were here. This is the second time he's rushed to a "ARREST THEM!" before knowing the facts. Does he have access to any evidence? He working with the DA? No, he's using the race card to gather as much backing from people like he actually gives a shit, but in reality he doesn't. Prematurely inciting race to work up a frenzied crowd which ultimately leads to things like this.




Now how is it a person can put a bounty on another person's life? Isn't this basically the same as a contract killing? Why aren't the leaders of this organization being arrested?

This shit stinks to high heaven and it would behoove the local law enforcement to get as much evidence out there to calm this racial storm.
NBPP gave a bounty for his capture, 'Alive, not dead' or 'legal citizens arrest'.

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Let's try to keep this sensible.
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Old 03-27-2012, 02:35 PM   #111
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Spike Lee decided to get involved and tweeted Zimmerman's address.

However, and fortunately for Zimmerman, the address sent out by Spike Lee and his conspirators at the New Black Panthers was incorrect. Sadly a women lives there by herself. I hope that poor women sues the shit out of Spike Lee.

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Ah, mob mentality......

I'm sure an immediate apology will be forthcoming from the parties involved.

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Ah, mob mentality......

I'm sure an immediate apology will be forthcoming from the parties involved.

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I think the Duke Lacrosse players are still waiting to hear theirs from Jesse and Al.
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Son dead? Pfftt...who cares. No time like the present to cash in on some opportunities.
She had to know by doing this it would make her look bad, and yet she still went ahead with it regardless. Sheeee-it. I guess a son's death can't get in the way of a good business opportunity.
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I think the Duke Lacrosse players are still waiting to hear theirs from Jesse and Al.
I'm sure some people consider it racist to even expect an apology.
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I read that the second pic of Trayvon shooting the bird or doing gang signs is a fake. Anyone know the truth.
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When I forst started reading about this case I figured that Zimmerman was guilty as hell. The more I have read the more I'm thinking maybe he is not so guilty. I still think he used excessive force but I don't think it was jsut cold blooded murder.
If he got charged with anything, at the MOST it would be 3rd degree murder. Most likely it would be manslaughter, 10 years at the max. I couldn't see him getting anything more than that, considering the entire case is shaky and full of circumstantial evidence. They may not even be able to convict him.

He'll have plenty more life to live and can move somewhere, change his name and continue "policing" neighborhoods.
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Old 03-27-2012, 04:12 PM   #118
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If he got charged with anything, at the MOST it would be 3rd degree murder. Most likely it would be manslaughter, 10 years at the max. I couldn't see him getting anything more than that, considering the entire case is shaky and full of circumstantial evidence. They may not even be able to convict him.

He'll have plenty more life to live and can move somewhere, change his name and continue "policing" neighborhoods.
Your post seems like you realize there is not much to charge him on but your pissed he might go free without any charges.
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Your post seems like you realize there is not much to charge him on but your pissed he might go free without any charges.
I am. I think he needs to be charged with something because something IS wrong with this case. I don't think it's as simple as "self defense" and it's turned into an OJ Simpson like media circus, where there's plenty of smearing to go around.

The problem is, is that so much is circumstantial and witness statements that this thing doesn't have a leg to stand on in court. Honestly, I don't think it'll ever make it there unless there is a major break through in evidence.
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I am. I think he needs to be charged with something because something IS wrong with this case.
Then it's the rule that allowed him to shoot someone that's wrong and that should be changed.

Just for clarity, I am not taking into account Zimmerman's judgment, mkay?
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