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2012-12-04 12:19:06 AM

God-is-a-Taco: The tomato is a vegetable that has many uses in various recipes, most notably Italian.


The tomato is a goddamn FRUIT, motherfarker. Its a modified ovary. If it makes seeds, its a fruit.

/just trying to raise the thread pressure here
 
2012-12-04 12:19:37 AM

God-is-a-Taco: Here is Zimmerman in the picture they show in the article:
[www.washingtonpost.com image 224x300]

The police picture is this one:
[i.huffpost.com image 664x1000]

This is Andrew Zimmerman, chef and host of a hit show on the Travel Channel.
[media.tumblr.com image 300x300]

This is a fairly accurate drawing of a tomato. The tomato is a vegetable that has many uses in various recipes, most notably Italian.
[content.answcdn.com image 500x476]


So you're saying Treyvon should have tried to get Zimmerman to ketchup to him sooner?
 
2012-12-04 12:20:55 AM
Still deserves the FLORIDA tag.
 
2012-12-04 12:21:01 AM
Black kid still dead
 
2012-12-04 12:21:48 AM
As far as I'm concerned, it does not matter one lick who started the altercation. Martin was unarmed. Zimmerman escalated what could have been nothing more than a fistfight by pulling out a firearm. Too many people with guns in this country have no self-control and would rather take someones life than just take getting beaten up like a man.
 
2012-12-04 12:22:11 AM

schubie: OMG! We're All Gonna Die!: violentsalvation: To repeat what has been said a million times, and should be obvious to anyone who has payed any attention to the case, Trayvon stood his ground.

Attacking someone who asked you a quetion is assault. Slamming their face into concrete is attempted murder. Using violence on a person asking you a question is not defense. It's thuggery.

So you do you tell your children to be polite to weirdos who slowly follow them around dark, rainy neighborhoods at night? And then if the kid runs, they gun the engine to catch up to them? Just tell your kids to sweetly answer any questions the drivers may have, maybe get real close to the car? fark you. That kid was scared. Now he's dead. If any of Zimmerman's blood was spilled it was self defense.


I have asked this same question many times in many different Zimmerman threads, and guess what? None of the Zimmerman supporters will ever answer it. They all know damn well if they were in the same situation they would have done the same thing as Trayvon.
 
2012-12-04 12:22:30 AM

Somacandra: God-is-a-Taco: The tomato is a vegetable that has many uses in various recipes, most notably Italian.

The tomato is a goddamn FRUIT, motherfarker. Its a modified ovary. If it makes seeds, its a fruit.

/just trying to raise the thread pressure here


avocado
 
2012-12-04 12:22:39 AM
Poor Borge Gimmerman.
 
2012-12-04 12:22:49 AM
Any farkers been accused of murder? Would competent investigators check your face for gunpowder residue, or only your hands? Does having an incompetent police force give more legitimacy to vigilantes like Zimmerman? How many teeth will the jury have? Forget it, Jake Bob. It's the South.
 
2012-12-04 12:23:07 AM

SweetDickens: Ah...yes the bromance with Trayvon continues.....


Say, anybody see how the LIVING manning is doing????
What ??? No outrage???? Oh that's right he ain't no negro.......


Wait, we can only be upset about one thing at a time?

Well, it's a real shame this thread was posted because I'd been planning on volunteering with a senior literacy program this weekend, and now I can't be concerned about that.
 
2012-12-04 12:23:08 AM

Mrbogey: Maybe you should do a research paper on how cleaning away blood and applying a cold pack can reduce swelling and ameliorate minor to moderate damage. It'll revolutionize medicine.


I could, on the other hand, tell you why a bloody noseis considered a "Distracting Injury" by both the Advanced Trauma Life Support, and the Prehospital Trauma Life Support curriculum , and point out that an ice pack will not reduce the hematoma and swelling that develops from a fractured nasal bone in the first few hours after an injury, it's a long-term (6-12 hour) intervention which reduces pain and discomfort, and reduces the size of the hematoma by constricting blood vessels.

Had his nose actually been that large, it would have been bruised and massively swollen after two hours. Ice wouldn't do shiat to bring it down that drastically.

I could also point out how you're being fooled by what is known as a "Fat Girl Angle Shot (NSFW, link to Encyclopedia Dramatica)", where the angle of the camera makes something appear larger or smaller than it actually is.
 
2012-12-04 12:23:10 AM

Sherman Potter: Why aren't you down there helping?


Some of us don't do FLORIDA.

/don't want to catch the derp
 
2012-12-04 12:23:26 AM

RogermcAllen: This.

It doesn't matter if Martin robbed a little old lady, tore her clothes off, and snorted coke off of her wrinkly ass. You can't chase down someone and shoot them, even if they are a criminal.



He didn't "chase down someone and shoot them".

He put a slug in a thug who was trying to beat his brains out.


/G'night, Trayvon
 
2012-12-04 12:23:40 AM

El Morro: God-is-a-Taco: Here is Zimmerman in the picture they show in the article:
[www.washingtonpost.com image 224x300]

The police picture is this one:
[i.huffpost.com image 664x1000]

This is Andrew Zimmerman, chef and host of a hit show on the Travel Channel.
[media.tumblr.com image 300x300]

This is a fairly accurate drawing of a tomato. The tomato is a vegetable that has many uses in various recipes, most notably Italian.
[content.answcdn.com image 500x476]

So you're saying Treyvon should have tried to get Zimmerman to ketchup to him sooner?


No, he's saying the shots were fired he should've called the

seemslegit.com
 
2012-12-04 12:23:50 AM

Mrbogey: All you Trayvon supporters ONLY support him because he was a black youth killed by a non-black. You don't give a damn about black kids killed by other black kids. You don't care about anything except what you can latch onto to make YOURSELVES look good. This is why the majority of people laugh at you moronic Social Justice Warriors. Your lives are pathetic and you need something to make it worthwhile. Just do the damn dishes and visit grandma at the rest home and stop latching onto the flavor of the month.


Well put.
 
2012-12-04 12:24:30 AM

Generation_D: probably


GED law degrees ain't what they used to be.

Zimmerman was already out of his car when the dispatcher advised him he didn't have to go to the effort of following Martin, and there is NO evidence that he continued pursuit from that point on.
 
2012-12-04 12:25:15 AM

ongbok: According to Zimmerman he didn't ask him a question. According to Zimmerman he never confronted him. According to Zimmerman, Trayvon attacked him from behind while he was looking at street signs trying to figure out what street he was on.


You forgot the asterisk. You know the "not intended to be a factual statement" one.

Frank N Stein: Just because you call it stalking doesn't mean that it falls within the legal definition of stalking. Just to let you know.


I think America's problem with idiots could be easily solved if they acted on their legal beliefs here. Go on and try and assault people who are following you. Let's see how that court case is going to go.

El Morro: That's not even a broken nose. Or if it is, the man has "Wolverine" level healing abilities.


Uh huh... You get your doctorate in video medical diagnosis? I think "internet doctor" makes "internet lawyer" look like a genius.
 
2012-12-04 12:26:00 AM

Frank N Stein: OMG! We're All Gonna Die!: Walking up to someone and asking what they're doing in no way justifies getting beat up. Trayvon jumped the gun and paid the price for it. He could have said "hey stay away!" or anything verbal to diffuse a situation but instead chose to attack. That's not self defense. You can't sanely argue that.

/bring on the racism.

This.

I don't even have the energy to argue with these fools anymore though. They are willfully ignorant about the case, and continue to use the narrative that Jesse Jackson told them to use 8 months ago.



You underestimate the orgasmic pleasure that asshat doo-gooders derive from calling someone else "racist".
 
2012-12-04 12:26:32 AM

Esroc: As far as I'm concerned, it does not matter one lick who started the altercation. Martin was unarmed. Zimmerman escalated what could have been nothing more than a fistfight by pulling out a firearm. Too many people with guns in this country have no self-control and would rather take someones life than just take getting beaten up like a man.


Well, Zimmerman was an overzealous mall cop wannabe. Odds are he already had some inadequacy issues, and thus, needed a gun to go from a gated community to the grocery store and back.
 
2012-12-04 12:26:54 AM

Kevin72: avocado


Avocados are also fruits. 

/'Avocado Zimmerman' is my new secret alias
 
2012-12-04 12:26:58 AM

Mrbogey: All you Trayvon supporters ONLY support him because he was a black youth killed by a non-black. You don't give a damn about black kids killed by other black kids. You don't care about anything except what you can latch onto to make YOURSELVES look good. This is why the majority of people laugh at you moronic Social Justice Warriors. Your lives are pathetic and you need something to make it worthwhile. Just do the damn dishes and visit grandma at the rest home and stop latching onto the flavor of the month.


Or it could be the fact that his story doesn't add up given the evidence, that he was never as badly injured as he claimed (Oh, I can't wait for the EMS field report to come out at trial.), that he repeatedly disobeyed someone giving him advice to say in his vehicle and not pursue someone on foot, and that now one person is dead, and the other person is in a situation where it's his story as the only narrative of what happened.

Or it could also be the fact that Zimmerman was known as someone who had anger management, and authority issues, and fancied himself a wannabe cop.
 
2012-12-04 12:27:12 AM

OMG! We're All Gonna Die!: phunkey_monkey: I wonder-- if I were a victim of a mugger and just as the mugger turned his/her back to me, do I have the right to stand up and tackle them to the ground and bash their head on the ground until they were dead?

To answer your question. The answer is no. If you get robbed and the person is leaving, you can't attack. Only to save yourself. Not your property. You can threaten th to stay and wait for cops. That's it.


In Florida, yes you can.
 
2012-12-04 12:28:02 AM

OMG! We're All Gonna Die!: violentsalvation: To repeat what has been said a million times, and should be obvious to anyone who has payed any attention to the case, Trayvon stood his ground.

Attacking someone who asked you a quetion is assault. Slamming their face into concrete is attempted murder. Using violence on a person asking you a question is not defense. It's thuggery.


Get your dog whistle tuned, us non-dogs can hear it.

/"attacking" someone who was following you in a car, stopped the car, got out of the car, was actively searching for you while you were hiding in a back alley and then found you is called "standing your ground"
 
2012-12-04 12:28:28 AM

ongbok: So you do you tell your children to be polite to weirdos who slowly follow them around dark, rainy neighborhoods at night? And then if the kid runs, they gun the engine to catch up to them? Just tell your kids to sweetly answer any questions the drivers may have, maybe get real close to the car? fark you. That kid was scared. Now he's dead. If any of Zimmerman's blood was spilled it was self defense.

I have asked this same question many times in many different Zimmerman threads, and guess what? None of the Zimmerman supporters will ever answer it. They all know damn well if they were in the same situation they would have done the same thing as Trayvon.


No, I would not have started a fight with some stranger who I thought was following me. Not unless I was cornered.

Running would have been a good idea, if Trayvon was actually scared.
 
2012-12-04 12:28:32 AM
Reminds me of the Ashley Todd story. In 2008, a McCain campaign volunteer claimed she was attacked by a Obama supporter, in which he supposedly robbed her, carved a backward letter 'B' on her face, and blacked her eyes. It turned out to be total bullshiat. She had carved the B on her face herself. It didn't say what she did to blacken her eyes, but she did that also.

Young Republican who claimed Obama supporter carved letter 'B' on her face during robbery made the story up, police say

Trayvon's autopsy report completely refutes what George Zimmernan claims to have happened.

Link

Link

So, you've just killed a kid that you have been chasing. The one that the person on the 911 call told you to quit following. You have to somehow say it was self-defense, or you are going to prison, maybe even face the death penalty. What to do?

A person looking at that would probably be highly motivated to try to provide some type of evidence that he shot in self-defense. Maybe lay down on the sidewalk and slam his head back a few times. Get a nearby rock or other object and hits himself hard on the nose.

Problem is, just like the girl who claimed she was jumped by a Obama supporter, when you look at the evidence and the science, it's not adding up.
 
2012-12-04 12:29:09 AM
If you don't want to get shot, don't grab the guy whose ass you are kicking's gun.
 
2012-12-04 12:29:33 AM
Can't we all just kill each other??
 
2012-12-04 12:31:37 AM

Frank N Stein: /bring on the racism.
This.
I don't even have the energy to argue with these fools anymore though. They are willfully ignorant about the case, and continue to use the narrative that Jesse Jackson told them to use 8 months ago.


He doesn't have to be a racist to be a dipshiat gun-nut who far exceeded his authority and ended up killing a kid.

And I've never said that he was a racist. He is undeniably an idiot.

/And oh yeah---hahahahahaahaha, his life is ruined, no matter how the trial goes.
 
2012-12-04 12:31:50 AM

BronyMedic: Or it could be the fact that his story doesn't add up given the evidence, that he was never as badly injured as he claimed (Oh, I can't wait for the EMS field report to come out at trial.),


The broken nose(hospital records, not just an EMT report) is in the record. I guess it could be a conspiracy. Yeah, go with that.
 
2012-12-04 12:33:25 AM
Is this a Trayvon Martin thread? Hmm


ThatGuyFromTheInternet: Peter von Nostrand: edmo: Trayvon Martin still dead.

Skittles

he was a negro.


Generation_D:

He was black, Zimmerman shot him

shot a black man in cold blood.


Generation_D: racists


squirrelflavoredyogurt: stalking a black kid?


God-is-a-Taco: potentially-racial murder .


super_grass: hunt down children


Somacandra:

2) Did not obey law enforcement.



valar_morghulis: Black kid still dead


Dear Jerk: It's the South.



Yep!
 
2012-12-04 12:33:36 AM

Fark Me To Tears: FTFA: "Trayvon Martin was defending himself. He had every right to stand his ground to defend himself," Crump said.

So, Trayvon was allowed to defend himself, but Zimmerman was not? Is that the logic here?


You'll hear people vehemently insisting that's exactly the case and that that's not the case, but in reality frankly it's not actually particularly clear-cut.

Stand your ground justification doesn't really apply to confrontations you intentionally initiate away from your own property. Self-defense in general is sort of maybe/maybe not applicable in this case since, again, the killer intentionally sought out the confrontation, but the boy was apparently also trespassing and, once he was losing the fight, technically Zimmerman is legally allowed to fight back.

By the same token, second-degree murder is a sack of crap. The dude very clearly wasn't out to kill someone, he was out to start a fight, got what he wanted, realized he'd gotten himself in too deep, and responded with lethal force. I'd say that being farking stupid isn't illegal, but...

... manslaughter, wherein you cause someone's death by being farking stupid, is in fact illegal. He's pretty obviously guilty of this one, and it's a 10 to 15 years deal, maybe more since you can legitimately tag aggravated assault on there. Since the prosecutor decided to add to the stupid involved by going for a harsher charge just to get her name in the headlines, ironically Zimmerman's probably going to get off completely free (after all, second-degree murder is bollocks) instead of getting that decade he deserves. farking Florida lawyers.

OMG! We're All Gonna Die!: phunkey_monkey: I wonder-- if I were a victim of a mugger and just as the mugger turned his/her back to me, do I have the right to stand up and tackle them to the ground and bash their head on the ground until they were dead?

To answer your question. The answer is no. If you get robbed and the person is leaving, you can't attack. Only to save yourself. Not your property. You can threaten th to stay and wait for cops. That's it.


No. The answer is "it depends on your state". Use google, look up deadly force statutes. Appropriate/legal uses of deadly force range from "only to prevent your own murder" in the most stupid restrictive states, to preventing Murder, rape, or battery to yourself or another in the vast majority of states, to preventing anything down to robbery and burglary in the significant minority of more permissive states.

In the latter states, it's actually perfectly legal to shoot a mugger in the back once his back is turned and he's absconding with his loot. Obviously there will still be an investigation to verify, but it's legal.

Which states allow broader and which narrower uses of lethal force don't fall easily into the usual stereotypes, so you really need to look them up. California, for instance, allows you to legally kill anyone in the process of committing any felony, against you or anyone else, regardless of your relationship to the victim, making it by far one of the most forgiving states where the use of lethal force is concerned.
 
2012-12-04 12:35:16 AM

Dear Jerk: Any farkers been accused of murder? Would competent investigators check your face for gunpowder residue, or only your hands? Does having an incompetent police force give more legitimacy to vigilantes like Zimmerman? How many teeth will the jury have? Forget it, Jake Bob. It's the South.


Pft. IF the case goes to trial, and IF he gets convicted, he will be freed on appeal with even a half-competent attorney on grounds of being unable to receive a fair trial anywhere in the solar system, after the contamination of the sentient jury pool with this tripe. There is no place on the planet they can get a decent jury, and everyone knows it...except the goons who keep plastering this crap all over the Internet (unless, and it's not unlikely, it's being done by Zimmerman's own attorneys). Everytime this hits the Intertubes, the range for "change of venue" gets smaller and smaller. There's no place in Florida he can get a fair trial, nobody in the whole state who can say with a straight face, "No, your Honor, I've never heard of 'George Zimmerman...'"

And if he's not brought up soon, he'll have a pretty decent challenge for delay of trial. He's been charged, so the clock is ticking. It would serve all these idiots who are SURE he's guilty (or not) right if the case had to be dismissed under a 6th Amd. violation of his right to a speedy trial because of all this nattering.
 
2012-12-04 12:36:02 AM

BronyMedic: I could, on the other hand, tell you why a bloody noseis considered a "Distracting Injury" by both the Advanced Trauma Life Support, and the Prehospital Trauma Life Support curriculum


Finally, the one we are going to talk about more in depth this week is those patients who have Distracting Injuries. You know what I am talking about; those angulated fractures, those more grotesque injuries that make you stop in your tracks and stare. Just because it doesn't look pretty though doesn't mean it needs to be off the scene immediately.

What about it? People rarely die from getting their nose broke, true. But that doesn't matter. The argument is that Zimmerman was on his back with his head on the ground and Martin was punching him.

1. Does the injury support that allegation.

Yes.

2. Can strikes to the head cause injury that can kill?

Why yes... yes it can.

3. Can someone use lethal force if their life is in danger and they can't flee... why yes... in ALL 50 states a person can kill an assailant who is using force that could reasonably lead to death or extreme injury.

Your argument amount to "the injury isn't as bad as it seems ergo...." which is just ridiculous. Nothing has come out to support the Trayvon self-defense argument since this case hit the national news so I can understand the desperation but Zimmerman is going to walk free. Murder II at this rate is an impossibility and Manslaughter is slowly sailing out of sight.
 
2012-12-04 12:36:36 AM
So, here's what I've got so far:

1) Zimmerman decides to stand up and take responsibility to stop crime in his neighborhood.

2) He sees a suspicious character. Gets on the phone with the cops, asking them to send out the cops.

3) Zimmerman is pretty sure this guy may well be one of those responsible for a string of crimes in his neighborhood, and sees him getting away. He gets out on foot to follow the guy so the cops will be able to find the guy.

4) Martin is on the phone with his girlfriend. He sees this guy who's taking an undue interest in him. He decides to try and shake the tail.

5) They stumble into each other. Zimmerman sees the physically fit Martin but feels emboldened by his pistol. Martin doesn't know exactly what to make of Zimmerman.

6) Speculative Scenario 1:
Zimmerman: "What are you doing here?"
Martin, thinking the best defense is a good offense, takes a swing. Fight breaks out.

Speculative Scenario 2:
Martin, startled, thinks the best defense is a good offense, attacks. Fight breaks out.

Speculative Scenario 3:
Zimmerman, startled, attacks Martin. Fight breaks out.

7) Conclusion: I think the bottom line is that Zimmerman had no intent to shoot Martin when he got out of his vehicle. I think it's probably true that Zimmerman was mouthier and bolder than he would have been without the gun. And I think Martin probably thought the best defense was a good offense.
 
2012-12-04 12:36:43 AM

Frank N Stein: /bring on the racism.

This.

I don't even have the energy to argue with these fools anymore though. They are willfully ignorant about the case, and continue to use the narrative that Jesse Jackson told them to use 8 months ago.


You thought Romney was going to win in a landslide, didn't you?

You sound like that type.
 
2012-12-04 12:37:22 AM

Mrbogey: You don't care about anything except what you can latch onto to make YOURSELVES look good. This is why the majority of people laugh at you moronic Social Justice Warriors. Your lives are pathetic and you need something to make it worthwhile. Just do the damn dishes and visit grandma at the rest home and stop latching onto the flavor of the month.



s9.postimage.org

Sorry this isn't yet another Benghazi thread.
 
2012-12-04 12:38:34 AM
I'm white, about to be fifty-three years old. If you start a confrontation with me on the street and you are not a uniformed police officer, things are going to get very violent nearly immediately. I am going to make no presumptions but that you are crazy and ill-intended. I know better than to wait 'til the situation deteriorates. I don't know that your buddies aren't about to turn the corner. I will do the best I can to separate my attacker (fighting words are beyond adequate) from his senses just as quickly as possible.

//not an ITG,
//just a guy from the West Side.
 
2012-12-04 12:38:42 AM
People seem to think that 911 dispatchers have actual authority.

"He did it even when 911 told him not to."

Most 911 dispatchers are exactly that: dispatchers. They don't really have any authority, and even if they did you can just hang up the phone and ignore them.
 
2012-12-04 12:40:33 AM

Gyrfalcon: Man, I'd love to be Zimmerman's attorney right about now.

I'd already have my appeal framing the "Unable to get a fair trial" argument drafted and sealed, ready for the Appellate Court.


On the other hand, the legislature are full of hard-core Teabagger Republicans, and the governor is one as well. Chances are if George Zimmerman is found guilty, Rick Scott will pardon him before his lawyers got a chance to appeal, just to spite black people. And the GOP-controlled state legislature would pass a law that would prevent Trayvon Martin's family from suing Zimmerman, his lawyers, the Sanford cops or anybody else involved in this case (again, purely out of spite).

/they're already on record as explicitly hating blacks, having openly admitted that the reduction in early voting hours and days was for the express purpose of making it harder for them to vote
 
2012-12-04 12:40:49 AM
As 9beers' spokesman I have been informed that he has no comment at this time.

/beer
 
2012-12-04 12:41:05 AM

signaljammer: I'm white, about to be fifty-three years old. If you start a confrontation with me on the street and you are not a uniformed police officer, things are going to get very violent nearly immediately. I am going to make no presumptions but that you are crazy and ill-intended. I know better than to wait 'til the situation deteriorates. I don't know that your buddies aren't about to turn the corner. I will do the best I can to separate my attacker (fighting words are beyond adequate) from his senses just as quickly as possible.

//not an ITG,
//just a guy from the West Side.


For some reason I read this in Liam Neeson's voice
 
2012-12-04 12:41:21 AM

Amos Quito: He put a slug in a thug who was trying to beat his brains out.


Amos Quito: You underestimate the orgasmic pleasure that asshat doo-gooders derive from calling someone else racists "racist".


/if the hood fits...
//also, read NextChapter's links and learn something like how does the Martin's DNA not be on the weapon fired at point blank with Martin on top of Zimmerman? Not logical.
///unless you're late for a cross burning or something
 
2012-12-04 12:41:24 AM

garkola: "He did it even when 911 told him not to."


Not to mention there is absolutely ZERO evidence that Zimmerman continued pursuit after the dispatcher's admonition.
 
2012-12-04 12:41:27 AM
When all is said and done, this will result in a riot because of the Not Guilty verdict.
 
2012-12-04 12:41:55 AM

Mrbogey: Your argument amount to "the injury isn't as bad as it seems ergo...."


Is the injury to Martin as bad as it seems?
 
2012-12-04 12:42:22 AM

Karma Curmudgeon: Not logical


Why not?
 
HBK
2012-12-04 12:42:25 AM

Jim_Callahan: Fark Me To Tears: FTFA: "Trayvon Martin was defending himself. He had every right to stand his ground to defend himself," Crump said.

So, Trayvon was allowed to defend himself, but Zimmerman was not? Is that the logic here?

You'll hear people vehemently insisting that's exactly the case and that that's not the case, but in reality frankly it's not actually particularly clear-cut.

Stand your ground justification doesn't really apply to confrontations you intentionally initiate away from your own property. Self-defense in general is sort of maybe/maybe not applicable in this case since, again, the killer intentionally sought out the confrontation, but the boy was apparently also trespassing and, once he was losing the fight, technically Zimmerman is legally allowed to fight back.

By the same token, second-degree murder is a sack of crap. The dude very clearly wasn't out to kill someone, he was out to start a fight, got what he wanted, realized he'd gotten himself in too deep, and responded with lethal force. I'd say that being farking stupid isn't illegal, but...

... manslaughter, wherein you cause someone's death by being farking stupid, is in fact illegal. He's pretty obviously guilty of this one, and it's a 10 to 15 years deal, maybe more since you can legitimately tag aggravated assault on there. Since the prosecutor decided to add to the stupid involved by going for a harsher charge just to get her name in the headlines, ironically Zimmerman's probably going to get off completely free (after all, second-degree murder is bollocks) instead of getting that decade he deserves. farking Florida lawyers.



You're not a lawyer, are you?
 
2012-12-04 12:43:09 AM

Frank N Stein: Guess "no limit n*gga" should have known not to bring skittles to a gun fight.


I agree with you...Trayvon should've been armed.
 
2012-12-04 12:43:12 AM

Lionel Mandrake: Is the injury to Martin as bad as it seems?


Emotional appeal. Overruled.
 
2012-12-04 12:43:57 AM

s2s2s2: Lionel Mandrake: Is the injury to Martin as bad as it seems?

Emotional appeal. Overruled.


Are we in a court of law?

Are you a judge?
 
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