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2012-04-11 03:28:41 PM  

Fart_Machine: This text is now purple: Mike Chewbacca: You know what? I'm as white and Wonder Bread (despite being 1/4 Portuguese) but I truly believe that if Trayvon Martin had been white (or at least non-black) George Zimmerman wouldn't have thought he was suspicious.

Considering the proportion of crimes committed by black males between the ages of 20 and 40, if Trayvon Martin had been white, he wouldn't have been suspicious.

Zimmerman had a fixation on black youths as his 49 911 calls indicate. If it was a white kid he wouldn't have been stalked.


The non-emergency calls including calls about white and Hispanic guys are 911 calls exclusively about black youths? Seriously, you're begging people not to take you seriously. This isn't 3 weeks ago. That narrative has been exposed.
 
2012-04-11 03:31:16 PM  

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom:

Having to prove yourself innocent is a farking terrifying notion. I honestly can't believe some people are pushing for that.


It depends on what standard of proof you're using. Here it is merely "probable cause", the lowest standard. If you are suspected of committing a crime you often have to "prove" your innocence by, for example, providing an alibi that you were somewhere else at the time. If you can't do that to the satisfaction of the police and prosecutor then you are charged and tried with the crime. At that point a different standard of proof is employed and the burden is on the government.

A lot of us believe probable cause exists to charge Zimmerman and that's basically what we're arguing about. I can respect people's honest belief that the facts as presently known weigh more in Zimmerman's favor as long as they're arguing from an accurate knowledge of the law and not discounting what is clearly known to all.

And because someone is dead if there is any latitude used it should be error on the side of caution and let a jury decide.
 
2012-04-11 03:32:15 PM  
My post got deleted for "race baiting" in this thread? I think thats the deffinition of ironic.
 
2012-04-11 03:32:34 PM  
www.lolroflmao.com

/Got nothing
 
2012-04-11 03:32:51 PM  

LasersHurt: lennavan: just_intonation: Just read on MSNBC that Zimmerman is now being charged with murder. So, letting the system do its job sometimes works.

Unless of course, there's no reason to charge him with murder whatsoever rather than stupid public outrage. Then the system is completely failing us.

I would hardly say there's "no reason." The kid was killed, and given what little we know so far there is some grey area as to whether or not this falls under Stand your Ground. Ergo, a trial seems like exactly the thing to have to suss out guilt or innocence.


I'm not privy to the facts. I've only read what's in the news and a lot of it is bullshiat. My personal opinion and poutrage is he should be charged with murder for what he did. But I'm always blissfully and most likely ignorantly hopeful that prosecutors have a bit higher standard than me.

I think he deserves a murder charge. If I was a prosecutor, based on the evidence I've read and the law I've interpreted, I'd never bring this to a court. If I was on a jury, I'd easily go not guilty. My best guess - this guy is only being charged to quiet the public outrage. That's probably a pretty shiatty reason to put a guy through the expense and pressures of a trial.
 
2012-04-11 03:34:54 PM  

lennavan: LasersHurt: lennavan: just_intonation: Just read on MSNBC that Zimmerman is now being charged with murder. So, letting the system do its job sometimes works.

Unless of course, there's no reason to charge him with murder whatsoever rather than stupid public outrage. Then the system is completely failing us.

I would hardly say there's "no reason." The kid was killed, and given what little we know so far there is some grey area as to whether or not this falls under Stand your Ground. Ergo, a trial seems like exactly the thing to have to suss out guilt or innocence.

I'm not privy to the facts. I've only read what's in the news and a lot of it is bullshiat. My personal opinion and poutrage is he should be charged with murder for what he did. But I'm always blissfully and most likely ignorantly hopeful that prosecutors have a bit higher standard than me.

I think he deserves a murder charge. If I was a prosecutor, based on the evidence I've read and the law I've interpreted, I'd never bring this to a court. If I was on a jury, I'd easily go not guilty. My best guess - this guy is only being charged to quiet the public outrage. That's probably a pretty shiatty reason to put a guy through the expense and pressures of a trial.


It seems pretty clear to me that there's room for deeper analysis in this case. It's better that it goes to trial and has SOME sort of outcome.
 
2012-04-11 03:37:16 PM  

LowbrowDeluxe: I assume, just in general, that this is receiving federal attention because there is the implication that there was a failure, or outright malfeasance, at the local/state level? Because that's part of the job of the federal government? Yes, color me outraged.


I'm going with election year politics. If it was failure or malfeasance they could just set up shop in Chicago and have lifetime job security.
 
2012-04-11 03:40:38 PM  

Degenz: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom:

Having to prove yourself innocent is a farking terrifying notion. I honestly can't believe some people are pushing for that.

It depends on what standard of proof you're using. Here it is merely "probable cause", the lowest standard. If you are suspected of committing a crime you often have to "prove" your innocence by, for example, providing an alibi that you were somewhere else at the time. If you can't do that to the satisfaction of the police and prosecutor then you are charged and tried with the crime. At that point a different standard of proof is employed and the burden is on the government.

A lot of us believe probable cause exists to charge Zimmerman and that's basically what we're arguing about. I can respect people's honest belief that the facts as presently known weigh more in Zimmerman's favor as long as they're arguing from an accurate knowledge of the law and not discounting what is clearly known to all.

And because someone is dead if there is any latitude used it should be error on the side of caution and let a jury decide.


Very well thought out post, that's rare for this issue. And to be honest, if Zimmermang had been arrested and charged early on, I'd be satisfied with due process.
 
2012-04-11 03:40:51 PM  

I for one is tired of the Martin/Zimmerman butt hurt threads. Now here's a bunny with a pancake on top of its head.

i1190.photobucket.com


Trying my best not to lurk into these threads. But it's so alluring.
 
2012-04-11 03:40:53 PM  
The special prosecutor will announce the charges at a press conference scheduled for 6PM Eastern today.
 
2012-04-11 03:42:45 PM  

Joe Blowme: I'm going with election year politics. If it was failure or malfeasance they could just set up shop in Chicago and have lifetime job security.


Have you considered that you're not exactly viewing the whole situation on precisely objective terms?
 
2012-04-11 03:44:19 PM  

hdhale: culebra: hdhale: Of course the prosecutor will go for the max.

She already decided against this when she refused to send the case to a grand jury. It will be second degree murder at most, but I believe it will be manslaughter. We'll see what she charges him with soon enough.

She ruled nothing out from everything I've read so far, only decided not to go to the grand jury with a case (and there any number of reasons why she would have done that), but indeed we'll find out soon enough.


Because a grand jury would not want to charge him. This way she gets her political victory, the mob gets their man, Obama gets his votes. Heck, why use the current justice system? Have the President just decide innocence or guilt.
 
2012-04-11 03:44:30 PM  
Oh look, this headline is a meme allready! Yaaay FARKED!
 
2012-04-11 03:45:01 PM  
Gdalescrboz


My post got deleted for "race baiting" in this thread? I think thats the deffinition of ironic.



Now if we could only delete articles from the media for 'race baiting'!
 
2012-04-11 03:45:09 PM  

thomps: i feel like it's worth pointing out that this is a much trollier headline than either free republic's or fox nation's headline for this story.


Well the only way to keep the circus of misinformation alive and well is.... a public trial. It's been a long while since the public was dumbed down by the OJ trial. Think of this as part 2.
 
2012-04-11 03:45:40 PM  

LasersHurt: It seems pretty clear to me that there's room for deeper analysis in this case. It's better that it goes to trial and has SOME sort of outcome.


I agree. Trial is not required for deeper analysis. Trial is when the deeper analysis is complete. The prosecutor had better farking believe after looking at the evidence, beyond a reasonable doubt Zimmerman is guilty or that's some seriously farked up shiat. Duke lacrosse team anyone?

Not bringing it to trial is an outcome.
 
2012-04-11 03:48:24 PM  

Wook: thomps: i feel like it's worth pointing out that this is a much trollier headline than either free republic's or fox nation's headline for this story.

Well the only way to keep the circus of misinformation alive and well is.... a public trial. It's been a long while since the public was dumbed down by the OJ trial. Think of this as part 2.


Well we did have Casey Anthony just last year.
 
2012-04-11 03:50:02 PM  
I am happy to tell my wife to be in Colombia that not only is she getting a green card when she comes here, but we are both now white, so we can brag to our neighbors there.

Time for me to buy some argyle socks, bvds, and start eating healthy.
 
2012-04-11 03:54:30 PM  

lennavan: LasersHurt: It seems pretty clear to me that there's room for deeper analysis in this case. It's better that it goes to trial and has SOME sort of outcome.

I agree. Trial is not required for deeper analysis. Trial is when the deeper analysis is complete. The prosecutor had better farking believe after looking at the evidence, beyond a reasonable doubt Zimmerman is guilty or that's some seriously farked up shiat. Duke lacrosse team anyone?

Not bringing it to trial is an outcome.


Yes it is.

I suspect they have new information/evidence if they are now going to charge him. I would imagine it would have to be something we are not aware of. I haven't seen anything that indicates who initiated the physical confrontation. That's going to be the crux of the case.

They declined to press charges in the first place due to lack of evidence. Everyone(police, prosecutor,etc) may have believed that he was guilty of something but didn't have the evidence to get a conviction. That's why I suspect they have new evidence.
 
2012-04-11 03:58:18 PM  

The Homer Tax: I have a problem with trying to claim "self-defense" when you are involved in a situation that is entirely of your own creation.


That's where your argument falls apart.
It takes two to tango, so to speak.

You do not stop and confront an aggressor. That's advice that both participants "should" have followed. It's taught in movies, the media, and everything. You try to escape, seek help and witnesses, or more generally, safety.

Being as you so pointedly argue, they were not in a private place, there is no reason to stand "your" ground.

When you get down to it, every split second is a choice, and neither individual rules any given interaction with another. They both had time to make different decisions along the way.

Even TM's girl noted that TM refused to run, that he'd just walk slow. That right there is a decision that had an impact on events.

GZ does not "own" all fault and responsibility.
 
2012-04-11 03:58:51 PM  
Welp I missed this entire thread but I just want to chime in with my own personal "choke on a dick, submitter, and fark you whoever greenlit this piece of shiat headline"
 
2012-04-11 03:59:05 PM  

relcec: sprawl15's troll alt: FTA: Charles Ogletree, a Harvard law professor, said at a panel following Holder's speech that Trayvon Martin is "a symbol of what's wrong" with the criminal justice system.

"I want to see the first black man who uses the 'stand your ground' defense and see if it works. Or the first white victim of the 'stand your ground' by a black defendant and see if it works," Ogletree said.

Liberal Harvard law professors are calling for black people to 'go kill whitey', and somehow it's the GOP that's being racist?

it's got nothing to do with stand your ground as far as teh defense is concerned.

if you believe the victims family zimmerman was the agressor and had no reasonable fear of martin. if you believe what zimmerman says he was pinned to the ground and couldn't retreat even if doing so was reassonable considering the other circumstances.

I really don't see how stand your ground can possibly be relevant, other than liberals are trying to exploit a tragedy to change what they see as an unreasonable law. eventhough stand your ground is what let's martin stop running for his life and punch zimmerman in the face, as everyone should have the right to, if that is in fact what happened.


I think the outrage here is that many people are absolutely positive there would have been an arrest if the dead boy was white. That is the crux of the matter.
 
2012-04-11 04:02:28 PM  

lennavan: LasersHurt: It seems pretty clear to me that there's room for deeper analysis in this case. It's better that it goes to trial and has SOME sort of outcome.

I agree. Trial is not required for deeper analysis. Trial is when the deeper analysis is complete. The prosecutor had better farking believe after looking at the evidence, beyond a reasonable doubt Zimmerman is guilty or that's some seriously farked up shiat. Duke lacrosse team anyone?



On that last point, you hit the nail on the head. If it turns out to be another Duke Lacrosse case, you're going to see some insane furor, whereas you'll face the same (if not greater) uproar if there's another OJ.

Frankly, the fire has been stoked and fanned to a level I haven't seen in at least 20 years (probably not in my lifetime, honestly), so unless every "i" is dotted and every "t" is crossed, there's going to be people who want to raise hell over this.
 
2012-04-11 04:02:32 PM  
i.imgur.com
 
2012-04-11 04:05:20 PM  

Freschel: I for one is tired of the Martin/Zimmerman butt hurt threads. Now here's a bunny with a pancake on top of its head.

[i1190.photobucket.com image 259x194]

Trying my best not to lurk into these threads. But it's so alluring.


It is difficult on fark. It's easy for many to ignore the insults. A few less may to ignore the obvious outlandish trolls(racism, or saying japan deserved the quake, just as random examples).

My fix, if you will, comes from people purporting their logic / taste as fact. Using cheap tricks, consciously or not, to make their opinion the "only" correct one.

Like someone saying ActorX is the "worst" actor, ever, and actually arguing against someone else's favorable opinon of ActorX, as if that other person's opinion is a LIE.

Sheer stupidity, but their confidence, dishonest tactical choices, ignorance(willful and non), and teaching of bunk science/logic, spreading of tall-tales, and such... can and do sway some public opinion. That's what is sickening to the point I can't always refrain from comment.

In the end, some of these people really are poisonous to society.
 
2012-04-11 04:08:26 PM  

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: The non-emergency calls including calls about white and Hispanic guys are 911 calls exclusively about black youths? Seriously, you're begging people not to take you seriously. This isn't 3 weeks ago. That narrative has been exposed.


Nope, no fixation whatsoever.
 
2012-04-11 04:12:37 PM  

just_intonation: Sure, because there's not a National Association for the Advancement of White People.


Au contraire, mon frere. (new window)
 
2012-04-11 04:17:38 PM  

Callous: I suspect they have new information/evidence if they are now going to charge him. I would imagine it would have to be something we are not aware of. I haven't seen anything that indicates who initiated the physical confrontation. That's going to be the crux of the case.

They declined to press charges in the first place due to lack of evidence. Everyone(police, prosecutor,etc) may have believed that he was guilty of something but didn't have the evidence to get a conviction. That's why I suspect they have new evidence.


I agree with all of this but I'm a bit more cynical in my interpretation. They certainly better have new evidence but the cynic in me thinks they don't and they're just placating the public outrage. I certainly hope I'm wrong and you are right.
 
2012-04-11 04:18:57 PM  

omeganuepsilon: The Homer Tax: I have a problem with trying to claim "self-defense" when you are involved in a situation that is entirely of your own creation.

That's where your argument falls apart.
It takes two to tango, so to speak.

You do not stop and confront an aggressor. That's advice that both participants "should" have followed. It's taught in movies, the media, and everything. You try to escape, seek help and witnesses, or more generally, safety.

Being as you so pointedly argue, they were not in a private place, there is no reason to stand "your" ground.

When you get down to it, every split second is a choice, and neither individual rules any given interaction with another. They both had time to make different decisions along the way.

Even TM's girl noted that TM refused to run, that he'd just walk slow. That right there is a decision that had an impact on events.

GZ does not "own" all fault and responsibility.


According to the way the Florida law is written if Martin had carried a gun he could have "stood his ground" and shot Zimmerman as a potential mugger. Why else would you follow a stranger then exit the vehicle to locate them?
 
2012-04-11 04:19:50 PM  
Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Very well thought out post, that's rare for this issue. And to be honest, if Zimmermang had been arrested and charged early on, I'd be satisfied with due process.

LOL - thanks, don't think I've ever been accused of that. Also, if Angela Corey says at her news conference in an hour or so from now that there is not enough evidence to charge Zimmerman, or that the weight of all evidence is in his favor, I too will be happy that due process has been served.
 
2012-04-11 04:25:06 PM  
I predict rabid NRA nuts rioting in the streets once they arrest Zimmerman.
 
2012-04-11 04:30:24 PM  

The First Four Black Sabbath Albums: I predict rabid NRA nuts rioting in the streets once they arrest Zimmerman.


Nah, that's not their style. What they'll do is have their annual convention in Sanford with Ted Nugent as the keynote speaker.
 
2012-04-11 04:32:37 PM  

Fart_Machine: According to the way the Florida law is written if Martin had carried a gun he could have "stood his ground" and shot Zimmerman as a potential mugger


Anyone have a really really big CITATION NEEDED dot jpg?

There's a whole lot of BS in that line.

Fart_Machine: Why else would you follow a stranger then exit the vehicle to locate them?


Tail someone you think may be up to no good while talking to 911 in a high crime area(you did just post a link stating how bad that neighborhood can be, did you even read the whole thing?)?
No, never.
It's people's DUTY to run home and lock themselves in, not even peek out the blinds.
Ignore the crime, ignore the neighborhood, shun your neighbors, etc.

Whatever...
 
2012-04-11 04:37:56 PM  

The First Four Black Sabbath Albums: I predict rabid NRA nuts rioting in the streets once they arrest Zimmerman.


I think i see your problem, does Spock have a goatee in your world?
 
2012-04-11 04:41:40 PM  

omeganuepsilon: Fart_Machine: According to the way the Florida law is written if Martin had carried a gun he could have "stood his ground" and shot Zimmerman as a potential mugger

Anyone have a really really big CITATION NEEDED dot jpg?

There's a whole lot of BS in that line.


Why? A stand-your-ground law states that a person may use force in self-defense when there is reasonable belief of a threat, without an obligation to retreat first.

Fart_Machine: Why else would you follow a stranger then exit the vehicle to locate them?

Tail someone you think may be up to no good while talking to 911 in a high crime area(you did just post a link stating how bad that neighborhood can be, did you even read the whole thing?)?


So it would have been perfectly reasonable for Martin to believe that the person following him and exiting his vehicle was a potential mugger. Thank you for making my point.

It's people's DUTY to run home and lock themselves in, not even peek out the blinds.
Ignore the crime, ignore the neighborhood, shun your neighbors, etc.

Whatever...


You just said both sides shouldn't be the aggressor and now you're excusing a guy who followed someone around in his truck, was asked not to do so by the dispatcher, then goes the extra mile and leaves his vehicle to seek out the individual? Good job being consistent.
 
2012-04-11 04:59:52 PM  

Silly Jesus: Innocent until proven guilty. You are putting the burden on the wrong person.


I'm perfectly willing to wait until the facts come out before deciding if Mr. Zimmerman acted correctly or not. Too bad Mr. Martin wasn't given the same courtesy.
 
2012-04-11 05:02:37 PM  

Fart_Machine: was asked not to do so by the dispatcher


your paraphrasing skills are farking terrible

Also, your arrangement of the facts aren't very good either, no surprise really.
Did you even listen to the 911 call, or are you just winging it?

Fart_Machine: You just said both sides shouldn't be the aggressor


Yes.

Following =/= aggressive behavior

You know, when your whole argument sounds like you have all the facts(that you gathered in only the Boobiess of any given thread on this topic), and then whip out your poetic licence to twist whatever little you do hear about into what you ideally want to have happened(errily non respective of actual facts), you really aren't all that rational of a conversationalist.
 
2012-04-11 05:12:10 PM  
Oh, c'mon. Holder and Obama will have Sharpton and Zimmerman to the Rose Garden for a beer. They'll tell some jokes, take some pictures and everything will be all right.
 
2012-04-11 05:12:30 PM  

SlothB77: I said it at the end of the other thread, but I'll say it again here.

Martin/ Zimmerman-related race riots now = Romney win in November. No need to alienate the voters you don't have locked up to kowtow to the voters you already do have locked up.


Nah, that would require the state trial to be over before the election (with an acquittal). I doubt that will be the case.
 
2012-04-11 05:15:38 PM  

jafiwam: ongbok: It is funny how if a black person stands up and complains about an injustice they they feel has been done against themselves or other black people they are considered race baiters and racist by some white people. It is like they fully expect for black people to sit down, shut their mouths and take anything that people want to do to them.

Pfft. When they complain about ACTUAL injustice they have a point. They had a point with the Rodney King thing.

They don't have a point with this.

This, is the equivalent to "you didn't let me steal from your store, that's racist!" or "there's no more toilet paper, white man conspiracy!" And the stupid part is, everybody is so afraid of it they give in to that shiate.

Once the word 'racist' is slung around so many times it's directed at all white people regularly every day, they stop caring if they get called it because today is no different than yesterday. It's just noise. Even if some real event comes along, nobody cares anymore. I think we are very near this point already. When the average white person can expect the average black person to call him a racist on a daily basis it loses any meaning, and certainly isn't constructive criticism that needs any bother to fix.

I expect black people to act like rational human beings. That's it. Whether they do that or not is up to them.


Um, there's no proof that Trayvon did anything wrong here. He walked through a neighborhood where the neighborhood busybody thought he didn't belong (IE, because he was black), and then somebody started a fight and Trayvon was shot. We don't know who started the fight. If Zimmermann started the fight, then, um, there farking well was injustice here.
 
2012-04-11 05:17:08 PM  

dittybopper: 3. It wasn't his neighborhood. It wasn't even his father's neighborhood. It was the neighborhood of the father's girlfriend.


Who gives a fark if it was "his neighborhood" or not? What the fark does that matter?
 
2012-04-11 05:22:13 PM  

Geotpf: dittybopper: 3. It wasn't his neighborhood. It wasn't even his father's neighborhood. It was the neighborhood of the father's girlfriend.

Who gives a fark if it was "his neighborhood" or not? What the fark does that matter?


Smells like he's arguing that black people should know their place.
 
2012-04-11 05:28:01 PM  

omeganuepsilon: Following =/= aggressive behavior


So if someone is following you around while you're walking, you wouldn't think anything of it? Interesting.
 
2012-04-11 05:34:41 PM  

Rodeodoc: Oh, c'mon. Holder and Obama will have Sharpton Trayvon's corpse and Zimmerman to the Rose Garden for a beer. They'll tell some jokes, take some pictures and everything will be all right.


/it's not illegal to give alcohol to a dead minor.
 
2012-04-11 05:38:03 PM  

omeganuepsilon: Freschel: I for one is tired of the Martin/Zimmerman butt hurt threads. Now here's a bunny with a pancake on top of its head.

[i1190.photobucket.com image 259x194]

Trying my best not to lurk into these threads. But it's so alluring.

It is difficult on fark. It's easy for many to ignore the insults. A few less may to ignore the obvious outlandish trolls(racism, or saying japan deserved the quake, just as random examples).

My fix, if you will, comes from people purporting their logic / taste as fact. Using cheap tricks, consciously or not, to make their opinion the "only" correct one.

Like someone saying ActorX is the "worst" actor, ever, and actually arguing against someone else's favorable opinon of ActorX, as if that other person's opinion is a LIE.

Sheer stupidity, but their confidence, dishonest tactical choices, ignorance(willful and non), and teaching of bunk science/logic, spreading of tall-tales, and such... can and do sway some public opinion. That's what is sickening to the point I can't always refrain from comment.

In the end, some of these people really are poisonous to society.


Oh so true and this.
 
2012-04-11 05:40:35 PM  
Finally my mob spawner/xp farm is working.
 
2012-04-11 05:43:13 PM  
I'm sure Brian Terry's family appreciates all the coverage the Trayvon Martin case is getting.
 
2012-04-11 05:46:01 PM  

lennavan: omeganuepsilon: Following =/= aggressive behavior

So if someone is following you around while you're walking, you wouldn't think anything of it? Interesting.


Oh, I may think something of it, but that is not same thing. You've never walked down a sidewalk and had people get out of a vehicle somewhere behind you and walk in the same direction?

If you have walked down the sidewalk in front of others, how often, precisely, is it aggressive?

Some of you need to get out of the basement a bit more.

OMG look at all those AGGRESSORS!!!!
www.business-marketing-tactics.com

How far was TM followed? Was he followed "all over the place", or was it a half a block? Define "following around".

You may not realize it, but even if you're trying to sound unbiased, you are failing miserably.

Also:
Was he meandering and looking at windows like a kid the whole time? Unfortunate as it is, that childlike behavior can look bad, especially in a high crime area.

In a high crime area, it would maybe, just maybe, be wise to hustle a bit, and not confront people. GZ obviously failed, but TM obviously did as well.
 
2012-04-11 05:48:14 PM  

Freschel: Finally my mob spawner/xp farm is working.


Not to threadjack, but what game?
/fun note, I once played one that had built in macro's(auto healing and looting, everything)
//saw someone get banned for using them
///wtf
 
2012-04-11 05:49:02 PM  

omeganuepsilon: Following =/= aggressive behavior


According to your previous argument it was a high-crime area. If a stranger follows me in a vehicle and then exits it to pursue me, should I guess he's going to give me flowers?

You know, when your whole argument sounds like you have all the facts(that you gathered in only the Boobiess of any given thread on this topic), and then whip out your poetic licence to twist whatever little you do hear about into what you ideally want to have happened(errily non respective of actual facts), you really aren't all that rational of a conversationalist.

Wow, the projection is strong with this one.

omeganuepsilon: your paraphrasing skills are farking terrible

Also, your arrangement of the facts aren't very good either, no surprise really.
Did you even listen to the 911 call, or are you just winging it?


So you're saying that the dispatcher encouraged him to follow Martin? Citation please?
 
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