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(LA Times)   Of the $200,000 in donations George Zimmerman raised from his website, he's already blown through $50,000 of it on "living expenses, rent or whatever"   (latimes.com) divider line 929
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2012-04-28 01:19:42 AM  

FormlessOne: Who cares? I refuse to participate in turning this into another "trial of the decade," complete with riots & cheering by whichever side "wins" while anyone & everyone even marginally involved cranks out a book & milks the talk show circuit. (Oh - by the way, fark you, Kato Kaelin.)

Call me if he's found guilty or innocent in a trial, by a jury of his peers. Trying this case in the media, with little actual information and a hell of a lot of hyperbole & stupidity, is pointless - it's not even good entertainment.


i1173.photobucket.com
 
2012-04-28 01:21:56 AM  
From the Washington Post:

He became the self-appointed protector of the streets around his home, although his neighborhood watch organization was not officially registered. /i>

Self appointed. Not officially registered.

Quit calling him a neighborhood watch person as if that's some kind of official role he had.

Euphemisms. I hates them.
 
2012-04-28 01:23:30 AM  
Even I'm bored with these threads.

Zimmerman is innocent
Angela Corey is a criminal
The mob is fickle, brother
 
2012-04-28 01:26:13 AM  

LivefromGA: Just stop with your intelligent opinions and facts, they are not welcome here. Zimmerman should already be cold in the ground.

Brainsick and nightowl have changed my mind with their command of the facts and superior use of name calling.


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Brainsick: Zimmerman had no reasonable cause to follow Martin, and certainly had no obligation or duty to do so, and that brings his intent into question, which is why there should have been a trial date set already, which is why this is an issue.

 
2012-04-28 01:26:27 AM  

LivefromGA: Brainsick and nightowl have changed my mind with their command of the facts and superior use of name calling.


Don't let the fact that I have not made a single post that could be in anyway construed as name calling get in your way.
 
2012-04-28 01:26:53 AM  

NightOwl2255: redhook: All the evidence (Georges head injuries, eye witnesses) point to him attacking Zimmerman.

No, it doesn't. There is no witness (as far as we know) to the start of the altercation. Zimmerman's injuries simply point to him losing the altercation. Zimmerman has a documented history of violence and aggression and Martin does not. Zimmerman had already expressed his anger that "these assholes always get away". If anything, the evidence points to Zimmerman being the aggressor.


Keep telling yourself that, the fact is that kid was trying to kill Zimmerman. The fact the Travon was unarmed has nothing to do with the fact that this was self defense.

http://www.foxnews.com/on-air/hannity/2012/03/27/witness-reportedly-s a w-trayvon-martin-beating-george-zimmerman-shooting

"The guy on the bottom who I believe had a red sweater on was yelling to me help, help, and I told him to stop and I was calling 911. I got upstairs and looked down, the person that was on top beating up the other guy was the one laying in the grass, and I believe he was dead at that point."

http://www.myfoxtampabay.com/dpp/news/state/witness-martin-attacked-z i mmerman-03232012

"What Sanford Police investigators have in the folder, they put together on the killing of Trayvon Martin few know about.

The file now sits in the hands of the state attorney. Now that file is just weeks away from being opened to a grand jury.

It shows more now about why police believed that night that George Zimmerman shouldn't have gone to jail.

Zimmerman called 911 and told dispatchers he was following a teen. The dispatcher told Zimmerman not to.

And from that moment to the shooting, details are few.

But one man's testimony could be key for the police.

"The guy on the bottom who had a red sweater on was yelling to me: 'help, help...and I told him to stop and I was calling 911," he said.

Trayvon Martin was in a hoodie; Zimmerman was in red.

The witness only wanted to be identified as "John," and didn't not want to be shown on camera.

His statements to police were instrumental, because police backed up Zimmerman's claims, saying those screams on the 911 call are those of Zimmerman.

"When I got upstairs and looked down, the guy who was on top beating up the other guy, was the one laying in the grass, and I believe he was dead at that point," John said."
 
2012-04-28 01:27:53 AM  

Brainsick: redhook: YouPeopleAreCrazy: Thunderpipes: Not if that kid attacked George.

And we do not know if he did or didn't.

All the evidence (Georges head injuries, eye witnesses) point to him attacking Zimmerman.

Some of the evidence you left out:

Trayvon Martin's dead, unarmed body
The 911 call where Zimmerman states he is following Martin (while armed)

[www.deviantart.com image 226x114]


See above. And Zimmerman was doing his job as neighborhood watch by keeping an eye on a suspicious person and notifying the police of his movements.
 
2012-04-28 01:29:27 AM  

Silly Jesus: Both men were flawed and they ended up in a perfect storm encounter that was a tragedy, regardless, but I just can't see painting either one as a villain before the encounter based on what I know about them both.


Fair enough.
 
2012-04-28 01:29:27 AM  

NightOwl2255: LivefromGA: Brainsick and nightowl have changed my mind with their command of the facts and superior use of name calling.

Don't let the fact that I have not made a single post that could be in anyway construed as name calling get in your way.


I take that part back, you ARE correct, I lumped you in with the other person, I apologize.
 
2012-04-28 01:32:33 AM  
What a burden life can be.
 
2012-04-28 01:32:39 AM  

redhook: His statements to police were instrumental, because police backed up Zimmerman's claims, saying those screams on the 911 call are those of Zimmerman.


Which independent forensic audio analysts disagree with. They said it was Trayvon screaming for help. Which is why we need a trial. Which is why this is an issue.
 
2012-04-28 01:35:06 AM  

NightOwl2255: Silly Jesus: Both men were flawed and they ended up in a perfect storm encounter that was a tragedy, regardless, but I just can't see painting either one as a villain before the encounter based on what I know about them both.

Fair enough.


Holy crap, we have come full circle. Nightowl I don't appreciate the name calling.
 
2012-04-28 01:35:26 AM  

redhook: Brainsick: redhook: YouPeopleAreCrazy: Thunderpipes: Not if that kid attacked George.

And we do not know if he did or didn't.

All the evidence (Georges head injuries, eye witnesses) point to him attacking Zimmerman.

Some of the evidence you left out:

Trayvon Martin's dead, unarmed body
The 911 call where Zimmerman states he is following Martin (while armed)

[www.deviantart.com image 226x114]

See above. And Zimmerman was doing his job as neighborhood watch by keeping an eye on a suspicious person and notifying the police of his movements.


That wasn't his 'job' and there was no official neighborhood watch. Nice try tho. Also, what was it that made Martin a suspicious person? He wasn't engaged in any illegal activity, or really, any activity, other than walking and talking on his phone. That's suspicious?
 
2012-04-28 01:36:17 AM  

redhook: Keep telling yourself that, the fact is that kid was trying to kill Zimmerman.


Nothing in your post points to who was the instigator of the physical altercation. There is no witness to who started the fight. None. It's clear that Martin was winning.

If Martin was in fear for his life,which now seems to be a legitimate fear, and was trying to leave the area and Zimmerman was stopping him, would Martin not have had the right to defend himself?
 
2012-04-28 01:36:44 AM  
bugontherug:
He should be imprisoned because he racially profiled a child conducting lawful business, hunted him down, harassed him for no legitimate purpose, and killed him when he tried to defend himself.

What? The trial is over, and I missed it? Dammit. Oh, wait, it hasn't even STARTED yet, and you just pull this out of your ass.

A literally infinite number of stories could be manufactured to cover what we know. Why would anyone subscribe to YOUR race-baiting bullshiat?
 
2012-04-28 01:38:27 AM  

LivefromGA: NightOwl2255: Silly Jesus: Both men were flawed and they ended up in a perfect storm encounter that was a tragedy, regardless, but I just can't see painting either one as a villain before the encounter based on what I know about them both.

Fair enough.

Holy crap, we have come full circle. Nightowl I don't appreciate the name calling.


I still screwed it up, I blame alcohol on this one
 
2012-04-28 01:40:35 AM  

LivefromGA: I still screwed it up, I blame alcohol on this one


I'm about 8 beers into a 12 pack.

Cheap stuff. Bud Light with a shot of queer. AKA Bud Light Lime.
 
2012-04-28 01:41:13 AM  
 
2012-04-28 01:41:22 AM  

LivefromGA: LivefromGA: NightOwl2255: Silly Jesus: Both men were flawed and they ended up in a perfect storm encounter that was a tragedy, regardless, but I just can't see painting either one as a villain before the encounter based on what I know about them both.

Fair enough.

Holy crap, we have come full circle. Nightowl I don't appreciate the name calling.

I still screwed it up, I blame alcohol on this one


I feel like I just watched a birth.
 
2012-04-28 01:42:54 AM  

Brainsick: redhook: Brainsick: redhook: YouPeopleAreCrazy: Thunderpipes: Not if that kid attacked George.

And we do not know if he did or didn't.

All the evidence (Georges head injuries, eye witnesses) point to him attacking Zimmerman.

Some of the evidence you left out:

Trayvon Martin's dead, unarmed body
The 911 call where Zimmerman states he is following Martin (while armed)

[www.deviantart.com image 226x114]

See above. And Zimmerman was doing his job as neighborhood watch by keeping an eye on a suspicious person and notifying the police of his movements.

That wasn't his 'job' and there was no official neighborhood watch. Nice try tho. Also, what was it that made Martin a suspicious person? He wasn't engaged in any illegal activity, or really, any activity, other than walking and talking on his phone. That's suspicious?


What's an "official neighborhood watch"?
 
2012-04-28 01:42:55 AM  

StoPPeRmobile: LivefromGA: LivefromGA: NightOwl2255: Silly Jesus: Both men were flawed and they ended up in a perfect storm encounter that was a tragedy, regardless, but I just can't see painting either one as a villain before the encounter based on what I know about them both.

Fair enough.

Holy crap, we have come full circle. Nightowl I don't appreciate the name calling.

I still screwed it up, I blame alcohol on this one

I feel like I just watched a birth.


LOL! Now if Brainfart could act decent...
 
2012-04-28 01:43:16 AM  

Brainsick: redhook: His statements to police were instrumental, because police backed up Zimmerman's claims, saying those screams on the 911 call are those of Zimmerman.

Which independent forensic audio analysts disagree with. They said it was Trayvon screaming for help. Which is why we need a trial. Which is why this is an issue.


It's not been proven to be accurate enough to even be admitted into evidence in the trial. It's an emerging science that still has a long way to go. I don't see that alone as reason enough to put a man through a trial, especially when an eyewitness who was feet away says that Zimmerman was the one screaming.
 
2012-04-28 01:45:33 AM  

NightOwl2255: LivefromGA: I still screwed it up, I blame alcohol on this one

I'm about 8 beers into a 12 pack.

Cheap stuff. Bud Light with a shot of queer. AKA Bud Light Lime.


Name calling, I shall start with lightweight. :) Bud Light is my poison tonight too.
 
2012-04-28 01:47:21 AM  
I'm sure this kid was just a sweet little angel.

Link

I find it strange that his family has done everything they can to remove his Facebook, twitter, Myspace, etc accounts from the internet so that this kids true nature is not all over the place. They want to hide the fact that he was a violent kid who had gang ties.
 
2012-04-28 01:47:47 AM  
Well now my troll list has fallen back to one lone soul. I suppose this is a good thing. Brainfart is giving me an itchy troll finger though. (I know there's a joke there somewhere)

Anywho, fark you, fark you, fark you, you're cool, fark you, I'm out.
 
2012-04-28 01:49:38 AM  

StoPPeRmobile: Brainsick: redhook: Brainsick: redhook: YouPeopleAreCrazy: Thunderpipes: Not if that kid attacked George.

And we do not know if he did or didn't.

All the evidence (Georges head injuries, eye witnesses) point to him attacking Zimmerman.

Some of the evidence you left out:

Trayvon Martin's dead, unarmed body
The 911 call where Zimmerman states he is following Martin (while armed)

[www.deviantart.com image 226x114]

See above. And Zimmerman was doing his job as neighborhood watch by keeping an eye on a suspicious person and notifying the police of his movements.

That wasn't his 'job' and there was no official neighborhood watch. Nice try tho. Also, what was it that made Martin a suspicious person? He wasn't engaged in any illegal activity, or really, any activity, other than walking and talking on his phone. That's suspicious?

What's an "official neighborhood watch"?


You know, a group of people from a neighborhood, engaging in scheduled patrols, having meetings, keeping minutes, and regularly communicating with the local police department. Some guy deciding to follow a stranger and taking it upon himself to be a 'watchman' does not a 'neighborhood watch' make.
 
2012-04-28 01:49:47 AM  
s2s2s2:
No, I'm saying the preponderance of evidence supports George's testimony.

Bear in mind (talking to others while replying to you) that the prosecution has to prove Zimmerman guilty BEYOND A REASONABLE DOUBT. It sure looks like that will not happen. But, this "preponderance of evidence" is the standard for a CIVIL suit -- so it looks like Martin's parents won't be able to get anything if they file a civil suit, even, unless something new comes out that changes everything.

You know, those of you looking for a lynch mob just MIGHT want to consider the possibility that, while Zimmerman did not go about his NW duties in the best way possible, he committed no crime. I mean, you REALLY can't be in favor of punishing an innocent man, just because the victim was black.... can you?
 
2012-04-28 01:50:10 AM  

Silly Jesus: Well now my troll list has fallen back to one lone soul. I suppose this is a good thing. Brainfart is giving me an itchy troll finger though. (I know there's a joke there somewhere)

Anywho, fark you, fark you, fark you, you're cool, fark you, I'm out.


Good night. Peace.
 
2012-04-28 01:51:53 AM  

Silly Jesus: It's not been proven to be accurate enough to even be admitted into evidence in the trial. It's an emerging science that still has a long way to go. I don't see that alone as reason enough to put a man through a trial, especially when an eyewitness who was feet away says that Zimmerman was the one screaming.


Unless it's stipulated, and I don't see that happening, the "screaming" will never be admitted into evidence. I'm more interested in the autopsy and the texts from Zimmerman's phone.
 
2012-04-28 01:53:57 AM  

Silly Jesus: Well now my troll list has fallen back to one lone soul. I suppose this is a good thing. Brainfart is giving me an itchy troll finger though. (I know there's a joke there somewhere)

Anywho, fark you, fark you, fark you, you're cool, fark you, I'm out.


If you meant me, I never troll. I mock, I question, and sometimes I jest, but I never troll. Goodnight, Silly One.
 
2012-04-28 01:56:13 AM  

GeneralJim: s2s2s2: No, I'm saying the preponderance of evidence supports George's testimony.
Bear in mind (talking to others while replying to you) that the prosecution has to prove Zimmerman guilty BEYOND A REASONABLE DOUBT. It sure looks like that will not happen. But, this "preponderance of evidence" is the standard for a CIVIL suit -- so it looks like Martin's parents won't be able to get anything if they file a civil suit, even, unless something new comes out that changes everything.

You know, those of you looking for a lynch mob just MIGHT want to consider the possibility that, while Zimmerman did not go about his NW duties in the best way possible, he committed no crime. I mean, you REALLY can't be in favor of punishing an innocent man, just because the victim was black.... can you?


My understanding is that Zimmerman was actually going out to get dinner for his wife and himself and THAT'S when he saw Trayvon.
 
2012-04-28 01:56:18 AM  

LivefromGA: LOL! Now if Brainfart could act decent...


t2.gstatic.com
 
2012-04-28 01:56:29 AM  

Brainsick: StoPPeRmobile: Brainsick: redhook: Brainsick: redhook: YouPeopleAreCrazy: Thunderpipes: Not if that kid attacked George.

And we do not know if he did or didn't.

All the evidence (Georges head injuries, eye witnesses) point to him attacking Zimmerman.

Some of the evidence you left out:

Trayvon Martin's dead, unarmed body
The 911 call where Zimmerman states he is following Martin (while armed)

[www.deviantart.com image 226x114]

See above. And Zimmerman was doing his job as neighborhood watch by keeping an eye on a suspicious person and notifying the police of his movements.

That wasn't his 'job' and there was no official neighborhood watch. Nice try tho. Also, what was it that made Martin a suspicious person? He wasn't engaged in any illegal activity, or really, any activity, other than walking and talking on his phone. That's suspicious?

What's an "official neighborhood watch"?

You know, a group of people from a neighborhood, engaging in scheduled patrols, having meetings, keeping minutes, and regularly communicating with the local police department. Some guy deciding to follow a stranger and taking it upon himself to be a 'watchman' does not a 'neighborhood watch' make.


Zimmerman was the Captain of the neighborhood watch. And taking it upon yourself to start a neighborhood watch is how you begin to form one, not that this matters because it is every citizens duty and responsibility to watch out for their community. In fact the police are only paid to do part time what everyone should be doing full time. Why do you think citizens arrest is legal?
 
2012-04-28 01:58:54 AM  

Silly Jesus: Well now my troll list has fallen back to one lone soul. I suppose this is a good thing. Brainfart is giving me an itchy troll finger though. (I know there's a joke there somewhere)

Anywho, fark you, fark you, fark you, you're cool, fark you, I'm out.


img.photobucket.com
 
2012-04-28 02:04:14 AM  

redhook: Zimmerman was the Captain of the neighborhood watch.


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I'm fairly certain I stated (in the post you responded to) that there was no neighborhood watch to be captain of. Better do your homework on 'citizen's arrest' laws too, I bet it doesn't mean what you think it does. If you 'citizens arrest' someone, you stand a good chance of being charged with false imprisonment, kidnapping, or wrongful arrest, just off the top of my head.
 
2012-04-28 02:05:14 AM  

ulairix: Additionally, there is no proof that he followed him after the 911 operator told him that he didn't need to do that. According to Zimmerman and the 911 call he lose sight of Martin and according to Zimmerman he then returned to his vehicle, when Martin assaulted him.


you know, other than there is a time gap between when he hung up with 911 and when martins phone call went dead, and that the altercation happened even FURTHER away from his vehicle than the place he seemed to indicate he was when he was on the phone. if he had gone back to his car at that point, he would have been back there by then.
 
2012-04-28 02:05:18 AM  

Brainsick: redhook: Zimmerman was the Captain of the neighborhood watch.

[media.tumblr.com image 271x271]

I'm fairly certain I stated (in the post you responded to) that there was no neighborhood watch to be captain of. Better do your homework on 'citizen's arrest' laws too, I bet it doesn't mean what you think it does. If you 'citizens arrest' someone, you stand a good chance of being charged with false imprisonment, kidnapping, or wrongful arrest, just off the top of my head.


It has been stated in many articles that Zimmerman was the Neighborhood Watch Captain. Reading, learn how to do it.
 
2012-04-28 02:06:46 AM  
I'm watching darts on NBCSP. Holy crap, I thought girls basketball was boring.

The only exciting thing is seeing a guy get 3 triple 20's and everyone in the crowd going crazy. And drinking, I like the drinking. Hell, it would be more exciting to watch the drinkers.
 
2012-04-28 02:07:39 AM  

LivefromGA: StoPPeRmobile: LivefromGA: LivefromGA: NightOwl2255: Silly Jesus: Both men were flawed and they ended up in a perfect storm encounter that was a tragedy, regardless, but I just can't see painting either one as a villain before the encounter based on what I know about them both.

Fair enough.

Holy crap, we have come full circle. Nightowl I don't appreciate the name calling.

I still screwed it up, I blame alcohol on this one

I feel like I just watched a birth.

LOL! Now if Brainfart could act decent...


I don't know about that.
newspaper.li
 
2012-04-28 02:11:01 AM  

redhook: Brainsick: redhook: Zimmerman was the Captain of the neighborhood watch.

[media.tumblr.com image 271x271]

I'm fairly certain I stated (in the post you responded to) that there was no neighborhood watch to be captain of. Better do your homework on 'citizen's arrest' laws too, I bet it doesn't mean what you think it does. If you 'citizens arrest' someone, you stand a good chance of being charged with false imprisonment, kidnapping, or wrongful arrest, just off the top of my head.

It has been stated in many articles that Zimmerman was the Neighborhood Watch Captain. Reading, learn how to do it.



According to Wiki, he was the only one to volunteer, making him captain by default. I stand corrected.

Also from the wiki page:
Sanford Police volunteer program coordinator Wendy Dorival, told the Miami Herald that she met Zimmerman in September, 2011 at a community neighborhood watch presentation. Dorival stated that she gave a warning with respect to vigilante behavior at that meeting: "I said, 'If it's someone you don't recognize, call us. We'll figure it out,'" Dorival said. "'Observe from a safe location.' There's even a slide about not being vigilante police. I don't know how many more times I can repeat it."[60]
 
2012-04-28 02:13:59 AM  

Brainsick: redhook: Brainsick: redhook: Zimmerman was the Captain of the neighborhood watch.

[media.tumblr.com image 271x271]

I'm fairly certain I stated (in the post you responded to) that there was no neighborhood watch to be captain of. Better do your homework on 'citizen's arrest' laws too, I bet it doesn't mean what you think it does. If you 'citizens arrest' someone, you stand a good chance of being charged with false imprisonment, kidnapping, or wrongful arrest, just off the top of my head.

It has been stated in many articles that Zimmerman was the Neighborhood Watch Captain. Reading, learn how to do it.

According to Wiki, he was the only one to volunteer, making him captain by default. I stand corrected.

Also from the wiki page:
Sanford Police volunteer program coordinator Wendy Dorival, told the Miami Herald that she met Zimmerman in September, 2011 at a community neighborhood watch presentation. Dorival stated that she gave a warning with respect to vigilante behavior at that meeting: "I said, 'If it's someone you don't recognize, call us. We'll figure it out,'" Dorival said. "'Observe from a safe location.' There's even a slide about not being vigilante police. I don't know how many more times I can repeat it."[60]


Which is why Zimmerman was keeping an eye on Martin from a distance while speaking to the police.
 
2012-04-28 02:15:02 AM  

redhook: It has been stated in many articles that Zimmerman was the Neighborhood Watch Captain. Reading, learn how to do it.


thats what he called himself. he could call himself anything he wanted to. doesn't mean anything if he just made it up. he could call himself the colonel or the general of the neighborhood watch if he wanted to, considering he was the only person in it.

you see, actual Neighborhood Watch programs involve more than one self-appointed guy wandering around with a gun and confronting people. especially as those programs are organized, and have training, and have rules involving not carrying guns and not confronting people.

lone random self-appointed dude with a gun confronting people is more usually called a 'vigilante'
 
2012-04-28 02:16:01 AM  

Sticky Hands: After all you can't have two right wings,


Actually we have 3 right wings:
- the Democrats (moderate right wing)
- the Republicans (far right wing)
- the Teabaggers/Libertarians (extreme right wing)

The only thing we have close to a real left wing is the Green party, but they're almost as derpy and as disconnected from reality as the Teatards.

that's just craziness Washington DC

FTFY
 
2012-04-28 02:17:13 AM  

redhook: Brainsick: redhook: Brainsick: redhook: Zimmerman was the Captain of the neighborhood watch.

[media.tumblr.com image 271x271]

I'm fairly certain I stated (in the post you responded to) that there was no neighborhood watch to be captain of. Better do your homework on 'citizen's arrest' laws too, I bet it doesn't mean what you think it does. If you 'citizens arrest' someone, you stand a good chance of being charged with false imprisonment, kidnapping, or wrongful arrest, just off the top of my head.

It has been stated in many articles that Zimmerman was the Neighborhood Watch Captain. Reading, learn how to do it.

According to Wiki, he was the only one to volunteer, making him captain by default. I stand corrected.

Also from the wiki page:
Sanford Police volunteer program coordinator Wendy Dorival, told the Miami Herald that she met Zimmerman in September, 2011 at a community neighborhood watch presentation. Dorival stated that she gave a warning with respect to vigilante behavior at that meeting: "I said, 'If it's someone you don't recognize, call us. We'll figure it out,'" Dorival said. "'Observe from a safe location.' There's even a slide about not being vigilante police. I don't know how many more times I can repeat it."[60]

Which is why Zimmerman was keeping an eye on Martin from a distance while speaking to the police.


He left his safe location when he pursued Martin in a vigilante fashion.
 
2012-04-28 02:18:53 AM  

CliChe Guevara: redhook: It has been stated in many articles that Zimmerman was the Neighborhood Watch Captain. Reading, learn how to do it.

thats what he called himself. he could call himself anything he wanted to. doesn't mean anything if he just made it up. he could call himself the colonel or the general of the neighborhood watch if he wanted to, considering he was the only person in it.

you see, actual Neighborhood Watch programs involve more than one self-appointed guy wandering around with a gun and confronting people. especially as those programs are organized, and have training, and have rules involving not carrying guns and not confronting people.

lone random self-appointed dude with a gun confronting people is more usually called a 'vigilante'


Zimmerman wasn't on patrol that night, he was on his way to pickup food when he saw Martin. And many people in neighborhood watch programs legally carry a firearm for self-defense, criminals go crazy when they realize you're telling the police what they're doing. Many people on neighborhood watch have been shot for doing the right thing. Are you trying to say that being in a neighborhood watch program strips you of your right to self defense?
 
2012-04-28 02:20:32 AM  

redhook: I'm sure this kid was just a sweet little angel.

Link

I find it strange that his family has done everything they can to remove his Facebook, twitter, Myspace, etc accounts from the internet so that this kids true nature is not all over the place. They want to hide the fact that he was a violent kid who had gang ties.


You know something, asshole? I don't care if he was Tupac Shakur's gay lover. Only dimwit sociopath racist cretins like YOU are trying to make it sound like Martin "deserved to die" because he was black, and therefore frightening to your tight-assed white lifestyle. The point of all this is that Martin was legally on the street in his own neighborhood, and should have been able to walk home without being murdered. Oh, and check out Snopes sometimes, Adolph. The link you posted? Fakes, created by jerkoffs exactly like yourself.
 
2012-04-28 02:21:04 AM  
Mrtraveler01:
GeneralJim: In other words, the ONLY thing you spout here is bullshiat you have no way of knowing. You are using your fantasies as a basis for judging the real world. Get fixed.

Pot, kettle, etc.

So, you have some sort of "derpsaurus," you put in a phrase, and out pops a meme? Show me ONE thing, dumbass, that I am saying happened that's not in the record. Show me ONE place where I claim to know what someone else is thinking, or what they REALLY mean, or anything similar. Or, alternatively, STFU you ignorant jackass.
 
2012-04-28 02:22:01 AM  

redhook: Are you trying to say that being in a neighborhood watch program strips you of your right to self defense?


No dimwit, we're saying that it doesn't give you the right to murder random black kids. See the difference, genius?
 
2012-04-28 02:25:11 AM  

Mavent: redhook: I'm sure this kid was just a sweet little angel.

Link

I find it strange that his family has done everything they can to remove his Facebook, twitter, Myspace, etc accounts from the internet so that this kids true nature is not all over the place. They want to hide the fact that he was a violent kid who had gang ties.

You know something, asshole? I don't care if he was Tupac Shakur's gay lover. Only dimwit sociopath racist cretins like YOU are trying to make it sound like Martin "deserved to die" because he was black, and therefore frightening to your tight-assed white lifestyle. The point of all this is that Martin was legally on the street in his own neighborhood, and should have been able to walk home without being murdered. Oh, and check out Snopes sometimes, Adolph. The link you posted? Fakes, created by jerkoffs exactly like yourself.


Only race baiters like yourself are trying to claim it was because he was black. Why must people like you always turn everything into a race issue? Grow the fark up.
 
2012-04-28 02:26:08 AM  

Mavent: redhook: Are you trying to say that being in a neighborhood watch program strips you of your right to self defense?

No dimwit, we're saying that it doesn't give you the right to murder random black kids. See the difference, genius?


Why would someone want to do that?
 
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