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2012-04-20 01:23:14 PM
"Sorry I killed your kid. I won't kill any more of them.. I promise."
 
2012-04-20 01:23:14 PM

Madbassist1: Silly Jesus: Your book is wrong. Initiation doesn't necessarily strip someone from protection. Alan Dershowitz explained this point well a few days ago.

well we'll never know will we? If I shoot you, you initiated the confrontation, not me. prove otherwise.


That's how the law is written...
 
2012-04-20 01:23:15 PM

Silly Jesus: StaleCoffee: Looking at all of it, it really just seems that whoever wins the lethal fight in Florida gets to go home. Unless you wouldn't think bashing Zimmerman's head into the street until he was dead because he was following you around the neighborhood you're walking home in, with a loaded firearm, isn't also worthy of protection under Stand Your Ground.

I spent a few years training in BJJ. I don't carry a gun but I am confident in my ability to take down the average adult male assuming he isn't also trained in some form of close combat. Most of the guys I trained with were military (live near a base) and cops. Great guys. I don't think any of them would jump for a weapon right away in a situation like that, either. Some of those guys could kill me in less than 90 seconds and not so much as leave a bruise.

That said,both Martin and Zimmerman had a right to be there, and from an objective perspective they both appeared threatening to one another, therefore they both had the legal right in Florida to deal with the other by deadly force, which does not specify firearms but could include a violent, head crushing death by pavement pounding, since I only see Deadly Force, not Controlled Violent Force. So, I guess were this the case - had Martin disabled Zimmermans firearm and choked/beaten him to death for following him suspiciously (to Martin's perspective) the SYG proponents here would just be switching the names around, since it has nothing to do with race, the use of firearms or anything like that. It's about protecting yourself from a perceived threat.

Yes, a little bit of trolling but mostly not. Feel free to dismantle that I guess.

A slight point might be made here. You can't kill someone for following you.


So you saw what happened? Because the survivor in this case, Martin, told me that Zimmerman had followed him as he was walking home for the night and was brandishing a weapon at him and threatening his life with it. All the evidence points to him acting in self defense.

Of course, it's different in different places. I hear in Texas brandishing a weapon at someone in a threatening manner is a courting ritual between gay cowboys.
 
2012-04-20 01:23:16 PM

Scerpes: At most, it's a manslaughter conviction.


What I meant.
He didn't set out to kill anyone. He made bad decisions, got in a fight (who started it?), killed an innocent kid.

Tough break, but the dumbass has to pay for it. In many ways this is like getting into a bar fight and a guy takes a freak deadly injury. Maybe GZ was looking for trouble, but not THIS kinda trouble.
 
2012-04-20 01:23:26 PM

Psychomancer: factoryconnection: Remember one thing, no matter whose side you're on: if George Zimmerman hadn't shown up, no laws would have been broken, no one would be dead, and George would just be another, anonymous busybody.

Erroneus.

If a rape victim had stayed home, no rape wouldv'e occurred.

If a bank didn't have money in it, it wouldn't get robbed.

Ect

The little punk had no right to lay hands on Zimmerman regardless of being followed. For all the anti-right to defend folks, if the punk had simply ran away, this wouldn't have happened.


But wasn't he...
( •_•)⌐■-■
Standing his ground?
(⌐■_■)
YEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!
 
2012-04-20 01:24:56 PM

Silly Jesus: EighthundredmillionthFarker: Sorry. There still aren't any visible cuts on that photo, just blood. How about a photo of the cuts? What is the time stamp on it? Why are police taking crappy cellphone pictures for evidence? If it's such damning evidence towards Martin, then why wasn't the picture released a month ago?

Bullshiat.

It was a picture taken by a witness, not the police. The police haven't released their photos to the media yet.

Also, today, the prosecution stated that there were indeed "contusions" on the back of Zimmerman's head. And the defense brought into play their medical report showing that ZImmerman's nose was broken.


/c'mon farker's get photoshoping
//you know you want to

abcnews.go.com A better version of the one posted here
 
2012-04-20 01:26:09 PM

madgonad: Serious Black: That gets to what I said in point 2 that Stand Your Ground laws are ludicrous. It's completely irrelevant whether you provoked the initial conflict. All that matters is you think at some point in that conflict that you can't escape and are in danger of being seriously hurt or killed.

Actually, no.

Georgia has the exact same law. They recently sent a black man to jail for many years for shooting a white guy that was armed with a knife and charging him while on the black guys property.

The law is terrible. I could use it to kill every man, woman, and child in Florida if you go by how it is written. This is going to explode. Zimmerman needs to plead to manslaughter and do five years. Sure, Sharpton will be pissed about 'only five years', but it will get us past this and MAYBE give legislatures a chance to better word these laws.


I'm okay with the law because it was created by democratically elected and/or appointed officials.
 
2012-04-20 01:26:12 PM

Scerpes: Private_Citizen: Zimmerman may get aquitted (he may not - juries are tough to predict), but he will never "win". He'll have to leave the state, and he'll certainly never be a police officer now. He'll be infamous - kind of like OJ, but without money.

He won't even face a jury if the judge finds he acted in self defense.


Oh, he'll face a jury. There's not a judge alive who would just make a blanket decision to free him (re-election much?) Besides, from a Judge's point of view, if you don't like the decision, he blames the jury, if you like the decision, he takes the credit.
 
2012-04-20 01:26:27 PM

jso2897: Another day ending in "Y", another Zimmerman thread, with all the same people saying the exact same shiat they said in the last dozen.


The derp is strong in this tread (and every other Zimmerman thread), isn't it?
 
2012-04-20 01:27:15 PM

JackieRabbit: The derp is strong in this tread (and every other Zimmerman thread), isn't it?


It's getting better as the mob thins out.
 
2012-04-20 01:27:25 PM

NightOwl2255: Thunderpipes: This is why this case pisses me off. It is a rush to judgement started by racist dickbags and supported by the President of the United States of all people

We know you are a troll from way back, and for the most part are pretty amusing. But, your lies, when so easily disproved, almost requires a response.

Here is a link to Obama's comments.

Never mentions Zimmerman by name. Never even says that a crime took place. Says repeatedly that the incident needs to be investigated. Rush to judgement? Nope, his comments are actually 180 degrees from a rush to judgement.


Slight detail here that I think is worth mentioning. What you said is correct, but what Obama said wasn't. The case WAS investigated and determined to be lacking in evidence for a charge. THEN Obama and the media and Al and Jesse and Black Panthers got involved and we miraculously have a new prosecutor and charges are presented. Trust me, that doesn't often happen.
 
2012-04-20 01:28:17 PM

JackieRabbit: jso2897: Another day ending in "Y", another Zimmerman thread, with all the same people saying the exact same shiat they said in the last dozen.

The derp is strong in this tread (and every other Zimmerman thread), isn't it?


Imagine if GZ was Tim Tebow, and he shot Sarah Palin.
 
2012-04-20 01:30:08 PM

beta_plus: The simple fact is that the left thought it finally had its Great White Defendant after years of drought and used with malicious intent the local and federal justice system as well as the media to railroad an innocent man who was trying to protect his life to the death penalty just because of the color of his skin. You know what that is when you're intellectually honest? It's racist.



Jesus Christ, everything is not a Goddamned football team between "the left" and "the right" and "the libs" and whatever. Sure some blacks and black leaders took it as such and that's unfortunate.

But I for one and I don't think I'm alone, can look past race and your farking partisan agenda into what actually happened between a guy with a gun who chased down some kid and shot him to death and is using a very poorly conceived law to justify it. Whether there's more to the story than that remains to be seen.
 
2012-04-20 01:31:22 PM

Giltric: 2wolves: Pity Mr. Martin wasn't armed.

Felonius possession of a handgun?

I think you have to be 21 to carry/own a handgun...he would have been a criminal...you did not think this all the way through.


Anti gunners fail again!
 
2012-04-20 01:32:48 PM
GZ not following the order of the dispatcher is like a wanna-be extreme skier disregarding warnings and getting seriously hurt falling down the side of a mountain.

but in this case he took a young kid down that mountain with him. who died.

You can't claim self-defense if you put yourself in danger of your own volition! GZ was NOT minding his own business. Was not a random victim of an attack. He willingly put himself in the situation.

HE WAS THE AGGRESSOR BY FOLLOWING
 
2012-04-20 01:33:30 PM

Mugato: But I for one and I don't think I'm alone, can look past race and your farking partisan agenda into what actually happened between a guy with a gun who chased down some kid and shot him to death


Yeah, you're not nearly as biased as those other people. How about you stick to the facts of the case, would that be too much to ask?
 
2012-04-20 01:33:38 PM

9beers: jso2897: Another day ending in "Y", another Zimmerman thread, with all the same people saying the exact same shiat they said in the last dozen.

The mob isn't saying the same thing, they've being forced to move the goal posts again as more of their talking points are proven false. I do find it funny that the mob isn't nearly as big as it once was.


At this point, you have come to imagine yourself to be a hero of some sort, doing battle with a "mob"?
Dude - this isn't real. It's just the Internet.
 
2012-04-20 01:34:43 PM

Mugato: using a very poorly conceived law to justify it.


That's what many of the debates in these threads revolve around. On one side you have people who think it was a tragedy that could have been prevented because the guy created a dangerous situation with a gun and on the other you have people saying well, the law's the law and if the other side is too dead to tell their side of the story you gotta go with the guy who is still alive.
 
2012-04-20 01:34:54 PM

Lorelle: UCFRoadWarrior: Watching the Martin family attorneys and their Black Racist waarrggarbl. No...you cannot lynch Zimmerman....not today...not ever. And, THE DUDE EVEN APOLOGIZED FOR YOUR SONS DEATH. These Black Racists want a lynching...they do not want justice

Hopefully no riots tonite,

"Oh, gee, I'm sorry that your son is dead, but I had to kill him because he's black and we can't have black kids in our neighborhood because they look like they might commit crimes, and besides, he threatened me with Skittles."

It seems to me that it's the white racists who don't want justice. As far as they're concerned, a black kid is dead, and good riddance, because we all know how black kids are.


Right..we are all racist because we don't bury our heads up Al Sharpton's ass to get our marching orders

If you knew the history of Crump and Parks....you lose respect for the parents. They did their son no favors by getting Race Ambulance Chasers...whose first task was to call Sharpton and all the Black Racists

And, us White Racists sticking up for a Hispanic man...gee, I'm gonna lose my White Racist membership card now /sarc
 
2012-04-20 01:35:04 PM

9beers: Mugato: But I for one and I don't think I'm alone, can look past race and your farking partisan agenda into what actually happened between a guy with a gun who chased down some kid and shot him to death

Yeah, you're not nearly as biased as those other people. How about you stick to the facts of the case, would that be too much to ask?


I'm pretty sure that's the gist. Correct me if I'm wrong.
 
2012-04-20 01:36:12 PM

jso2897: 9beers: jso2897: Another day ending in "Y", another Zimmerman thread, with all the same people saying the exact same shiat they said in the last dozen.

The mob isn't saying the same thing, they've being forced to move the goal posts again as more of their talking points are proven false. I do find it funny that the mob isn't nearly as big as it once was.

At this point, you have come to imagine yourself to be a hero of some sort, doing battle with a "mob"?
Dude - this isn't real. It's just the Internet.


if it helps him improve his self esteem, give the little guy some leeway.
 
2012-04-20 01:36:15 PM

Primum: GZ not following the order of the dispatcher


What "order"? quote it here please, verbatim.
No fudging now....

Primum: HE WAS THE AGGRESSOR BY FOLLOWING


Where in Florida law is that noted?
 
2012-04-20 01:36:22 PM
beta_plus

If you see blood in this picture, it's because you are racist towards blacks.


I suppose that bloody photo isn't against the TOS because you didn't mention democrats in your post.
 
2012-04-20 01:36:25 PM

Silly Jesus: Trust me, that doesn't often happen.


And your point? It does happen. It's perfectly proper. There is now a second judge looking at the case. The first judge felt the changes were warranted. If the second judge does not agree, the case will be tossed and justice will be served.
 
2012-04-20 01:36:33 PM

s2s2s2: Zizzowop: Yes, all my knowledge comes from movies, mostly anyway.

Hey, Cameron. You realize if we played by the rules right now we'd be in gym?

He'll keep calling me, he'll keep calling me until I come over. He'll make me feel guilty. This is uh... This is ridiculous, ok I'll go, I'll go, I'll go, I'll go, I'll go. What - I'LL GO. shiat.

A: You can never go too far. B: If I'm gonna get busted, it is *not* gonna be by a guy like *that*.

Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.


You sounded just like Dirty Harry
I'm dying....
You're not dying, you just can't think of anything else better to do.
BTW, today is totally a day to call in sick, it's already like 74 outside in Silicone Valley
 
2012-04-20 01:36:49 PM
I heard someone say this the other day: All of this could have been avoided if Trayvon had called 911 and said, "some guy is following me and I'm scared, please send the cops a.s.a.p!"
 
2012-04-20 01:37:03 PM

Serious Black: When the 911 dispatcher tells you not to chase somebody down in an act of vigilante justice and you do it anyway, you're not reducing crime.


Its good for Zimmerman then that non of what you just described happened.
 
2012-04-20 01:37:21 PM

Silly Jesus: Wow, the prosecution has nothing.

D = Defense / P = Prosecution

D - Do you have any evidence that supports who started the fight? P - No

D - Do you have any evidence in your investigation to date that contradicts or conflicts with his (Zimmerman's) contention that he...
Turned back to his car - P - No
That Martin assaulted first - P - No

P - The shooting was in close proximity. Powder burns were on the sweatshirt. Stippling on Martin to indicate close proximity.

D - Is the evidence inconsistent with Zimmerman saying his head was being hit on the ground? P - No

D - What are the injuries? P - Two lacerations to the back of his head.

D - Could it have been from his head hitting the ground? P - Yes

D - Have you asked Zimmerman for medical records showing that his nose was broken? P - No. D - Would you like a copy of them? P - *stunned look* BWAHAHAHAHA

The Prosecution's investigator comes across as a pompous ass, too, so that won't help them with the jury. He got easily frustrated and flustered when they called him on his use of "confrontation" with nothing to back it up.



Can you link to the video/article where this information is?
 
2012-04-20 01:38:24 PM

posthocergoetc: s2s2s2, 9beers, Gladys, etc. etc. -

I hope you all feel your five bucks were well-spent on Zimmerman's self-defense website.

Dipshiats.


coonts one and all(likely one...)
 
2012-04-20 01:38:42 PM

robrr2003: Serious Black: When the 911 dispatcher tells you not to chase somebody down in an act of vigilante justice and you do it anyway, you're not reducing crime.

Its good for Zimmerman then that non of what you just described happened.


oh I gotta hear this. What DID happen?
 
2012-04-20 01:38:49 PM

Madbassist1: it seems the most likely explanation is zimmerman is confronts martin (as per his gf's testimony) martin punches him in the nose,


Keep in mind, one of the two does have a documented history of aggression and violence. Here's a hint, it's not Martin.
 
2012-04-20 01:39:09 PM

PsiChi: The people in the wrong here are going to defend their stance no matter what, even in the face of glaring evidence.

You know who you are. Intellectual integrity - learn it, know it, live it!


This is fark, that died long ago. The Derp brigades are strong on both sides of any issue. People equate legality with morality. This is the crux of the problem. The two are, sadly, often different.
 
2012-04-20 01:40:27 PM

bionicjoe: GZ: "Hey you! Where are you going?"
TM: "FARK YOU! I don't have to tell you anything."
GZ: "OH YEAH! You think you're tough!?"
TM: *beatdown ensues*
GZ: *shoots*

Too bad, we'll never know.

At worst this is a manslaughter conviction.



Hmmm I thought the series of events were more along the line of:

GZ: Spot suspicious looking TM (suspicious is an opinion), Call 911
911: Whats up?
GZ: Suspicious guy in my neighborhood
911: Where? What's he look like?
GZ: By the clubhouse, wearing a hoody, maybe late teens
911: Race?
GZ: Black, He noticed me, he's coming over here. Ok now he's running away
911: You Following Hm
GZ: Yeah
911: Dont need you to do that
GZ: OK
911: Where do you want the cops to meet you
GZ: Over by the mailboxes
911: What's your name and address
GZ: George Zimmerman, my address is, wait I don't want to give you my address, don't know where this guy is, he might be listening.
911: Ok meet the officers by the mailbox
GZ: Ok
End Call

Shortly after, TM is dead from GZ's firearm, and GZ has a broken nose and lacerations on the back of his head. GZ claims self defense, witness backs up the account.

Seems like an acquittal to me. What am I missing here?
 
2012-04-20 01:40:52 PM
The saddest part in this whole thing is finding out how many human beings actually are searching for excuses or reasons that justify the shooting of an unarmed teenager.

Maybe Zimmerman had cuts on his head because Martin was trying to stand his ground against an attacker? Or of course that doesn't matter because it is imperative as a culture we find ways for laws to exist that allow kids to be murdered in their own neighborhoods. By self appointed, permit-carrying, rage-issue laden guys who ignore the direction of law enforcement, no less.
 
2012-04-20 01:41:40 PM

Madbassist1: robrr2003: Serious Black: When the 911 dispatcher tells you not to chase somebody down in an act of vigilante justice and you do it anyway, you're not reducing crime.

Its good for Zimmerman then that non of what you just described happened.

oh I gotta hear this. What DID happen?


"we do not need you to do that"

When Zimm said he was going to "follow" because he lost sight of TM.(not chase).

Again, according to the voices on the recording, that's what happened.
Problem is in these threads, people keep describing it in "their own words" and end up telling the story of the Predator eating dark skinned babies.
 
2012-04-20 01:42:08 PM

UCFRoadWarrior: And, us White Racists sticking up for a Hispanic man


I know he looks dark, but... His name is Zimmerman. Was he adopted or what?
 
2012-04-20 01:42:20 PM
At least we can all agree that eliminating the long-standing concept of 'duty to retreat' was a terrible idea.

/wait, we can't?
//son of a...
 
2012-04-20 01:42:23 PM

jso2897: 9beers: jso2897: Another day ending in "Y", another Zimmerman thread, with all the same people saying the exact same shiat they said in the last dozen.

The mob isn't saying the same thing, they've being forced to move the goal posts again as more of their talking points are proven false. I do find it funny that the mob isn't nearly as big as it once was.

At this point, you have come to imagine yourself to be a hero of some sort, doing battle with a "mob"?
Dude - this isn't real. It's just the Internet.


One man, nay, one hero dared to rise his voice against the forces of tyranny and oppression. When others tried to harshly judge a man who was only trying to protect his community from the scourge of teenagers with skittles, he proclaimed declared that that such a punk deserved it. When people cried out that there was not enough information to take a side, he said exactly and that was why Zimmerman was justified. When the mob tried to tell him that drinking more than eight beers in a row could risk brain damage, he smiled and said 'I don't have to worry about such things'.

You should not mock such a valiant fight.
 
2012-04-20 01:42:34 PM

Primum: GZ not following the order of the dispatcher is like a wanna-be extreme skier disregarding warnings and getting seriously hurt falling down the side of a mountain.

but in this case he took a young kid down that mountain with him. who died.

You can't claim self-defense if you put yourself in danger of your own volition! GZ was NOT minding his own business. Was not a random victim of an attack. He willingly put himself in the situation.

HE WAS THE AGGRESSOR BY FOLLOWING


The law says that doesn't matter.
 
2012-04-20 01:42:42 PM

Zizzowop: s2s2s2: Zizzowop:


Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.

You sounded just like Dirty Harry


Actually that's Ferris Bueller.
 
2012-04-20 01:43:12 PM

Madbassist1: it seems the most likely explanation is zimmerman is confronts martin (as per his gf's testimony) martin punches him in the nose, zimmerman is laid out (getting his head wound) and zimmerman retaliates with extreme prejudice. I would be inclined to believe that way before I would believe that martin ran away, then changed his mind and went back and initiated.

And the 911 tapes of martin begging for his life might back that version up somewhat.


Zimmerman stays on the phone for another minute after reporting that Martin had ran. He was no more than 200 feet away from his father's home at that point, so how does it make sense that Zimmerman is responsible for the confrontation?.

As for the 911 call, we have no idea who is screaming for help and both families have said it's their son/brother. We also have an eyewitness that saw Zimmerman screaming for help.

The girlfriends version of events can't be confirmed and she has an obvious bias. Besides, she also says that Trayvon said he wasn't going to run even though we know that he did, unless you want to believe that Zimmerman had this whole thing planned out in advance and was lying when he told dispatch that he had ran. Even if you take the girlfriend's words at face value, they still don't say anything that proves that Zimmerman did anything illegal.
 
2012-04-20 01:45:08 PM

Mugato: I'm pretty sure that's the gist. Correct me if I'm wrong.


You say he chased him down, there's no proof of that at all. When Zimmerman is on the phone with dispatch, he reports that he's lost sight of Martin and then stays on the phone for another minute.
 
2012-04-20 01:45:31 PM

Headso: Mugato: using a very poorly conceived law to justify it.

That's what many of the debates in these threads revolve around. On one side you have people who think it was a tragedy that could have been prevented because the guy created a dangerous situation with a gun and on the other you have people saying well, the law's the law and if the other side is too dead to tell their side of the story you gotta go with the guy who is still alive.



It's a very poorly written and vague law. People should be allowed to defend themselves. But "you can shoot anyone who you are afraid of" just isn't good legislature, I don't care what Gun Show you bought your concealed permit at.
 
2012-04-20 01:46:09 PM

koertlc: Silly Jesus: Wow, the prosecution has nothing.

D = Defense / P = Prosecution

D - Do you have any evidence that supports who started the fight? P - No

D - Do you have any evidence in your investigation to date that contradicts or conflicts with his (Zimmerman's) contention that he...
Turned back to his car - P - No
That Martin assaulted first - P - No

P - The shooting was in close proximity. Powder burns were on the sweatshirt. Stippling on Martin to indicate close proximity.

D - Is the evidence inconsistent with Zimmerman saying his head was being hit on the ground? P - No

D - What are the injuries? P - Two lacerations to the back of his head.

D - Could it have been from his head hitting the ground? P - Yes

D - Have you asked Zimmerman for medical records showing that his nose was broken? P - No. D - Would you like a copy of them? P - *stunned look* BWAHAHAHAHA

The Prosecution's investigator comes across as a pompous ass, too, so that won't help them with the jury. He got easily frustrated and flustered when they called him on his use of "confrontation" with nothing to back it up.


Can you link to the video/article where this information is?


I got it from watching it live. There is a sort of transcript on the front page of CNN though. It goes minute by minute and is a mess in some places, but if you're looking for evidence that what I posted is true, then you will find it there.
 
2012-04-20 01:46:52 PM

jfivealive: What am I missing here?


People being racist, and/or ironically so extremely liberal, that non-blacks are totally agreeing with New Black Panther "logic" that "proves" Zimm is racist.


May not look like a duck, but they quack like one and think like one. Typically, that's a sign of mental issues.

Other than that, you are pretty much in grasp of the situation.
 
2012-04-20 01:47:13 PM

Duke_leto_Atredes: Bag of Hammers: Psychomancer: The little punk had no right to lay hands on Zimmerman regardless of being followed. For all the anti-right to defend folks, if the punk had simply ran away, this wouldn't have happened.

Maybe he decided to stand his ground?

This bears repeating
This bears repeating

This bears repeating

This bears repeating


Or maybe he went all THUG MUTHA farkA on Z wif his gold teefs in and pants saggin...


really.

 
2012-04-20 01:47:26 PM
So if Zimmerman is acquitted, then the courts have decided that under Florida law, it is okay to shoot someone dead if you are loosing a fist fight. Lovely.

Also, I agree that those wounds on the his head are scratches. Anyone who has had a real impact type laceration on the head knows that they bleed like a gusher, not the trickle that the photo is showing.
 
2012-04-20 01:47:33 PM

2 grams: Zizzowop: s2s2s2: Zizzowop:


Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.

You sounded just like Dirty Harry


Actually that's Ferris Bueller.


Really? Thanks, Grace.
 
2012-04-20 01:47:42 PM
IANAL, but after watching the video, it seemed that Zimmerman handled himself extremely well, and the prosecutor really screwed up.

He should NOT have asked the questions without knowing the answers first.
 
2012-04-20 01:48:02 PM

Primum: HE WAS THE AGGRESSOR BY FOLLOWING


aggressor |əˈgresər|
noun
a person or country that attacks another first.

follow |ˈfälō|
verb [ with obj. ]
1 go or come after (a person or thing proceeding ahead); move or travel behind:

attack |əˈtak|
verb [ with obj. ]
take aggressive action against (a place or enemy forces) with weapons or armed force, typically in a battle or war: in December, the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor | [ no obj. ] : Italian forces attacked in October.
(of a person or animal) act against (someone or something) aggressively in an attempt to injure or kill:
 
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