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(WPTV)   Will the prosecution cry "Uncle" after GZ's uncle's testimony? Will the judge rule that the defense can't present a defense because it might cause the jury to decide "not guilty"? Will these Zimmerman trial threads ever end? Not today   (wptv.com) divider line 1158
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2013-07-08 06:03:29 PM  
Zimmerman being heard on the recording saying that Martin "looks like he's on drugs" and a toxicology report backing that up are devastating for the prosecution's claim of racial profiling.
 
2013-07-08 06:04:44 PM  

Popcorn Johnny: Somebody needs to assassinate @georgezimmerman & his defense team 🔫🔪💣🔨⛽- JPRETTYVON (@LOVERGRL07) July 8, 2013


LOL


I just bookmarked her Twitter account to refer to later  to see her Tweet about the upcoming FBI visit.
 
2013-07-08 06:05:46 PM  

Mi-5: Now, if the defense gets toxicology report in, the prosecution will only have to bring in an expert to show the effects of THC on the human body and effect on behavior. If and when that expert says that the likely effects are "euphoria", "laughter", etc., no matter how quick or adept the defense is at trying to suppress that testimony, you can't "unring" a bell, and that will stick with the jury throughout the duration.


And the defense team will make sure to ask that expert about paranoia being one of the effects, so that they can plant the seed that the reason Martin was afraid of Zimmerman was that he was paranoid due to THC, and thus he was not acting in any way reasonably and his drug-fueled paranoia caused the confrontation.
 
2013-07-08 06:07:00 PM  

nekom: Abuse Liability:
pretty obvious he won anyway

Nobody won.  A young man is dead, and Zimmerman's life will never be the same.  It's hard to call him a winner in all of this.  Plus unless he's a sociopath, he's probably feeling a lot of guilt.  I certainly would be.


I wouldn't call that a sociopath.  Rational people can justify killing in self defense.  Shaken, maybe, but not necessarily feelings of "guilt."

A sociopath will typically be uncaring for everyone, not just an attacker.
 
2013-07-08 06:07:01 PM  
Did we even need the gym owner's testimony? It's pretty clear Zimmerman could not beat his way out of a wet paper sack. Now, what would be interesting is Zimmerman's opinion of his fighting skills. After a year training do you think he would have said he was at .5 out of ten? Did he think he was a 5 out of 10? A real Billy Badass?
 
2013-07-08 06:07:52 PM  

TheWhoppah: BarkingUnicorn: TheWhoppah: So a weak, fat out of shape wimp decides to follow a suspicious guy at night that appears to be high on drugs... and he knows the cops are coming but he gets out of the vehicle anyway to get a closer look, at night... a closer look at the asshole on drugs that is always getting away with it.  Is this the Chewbaca defense?

It doesn't matter if what he did was stupid. It only matters whether it was legal.


Well, he can't be TOO STUPID because doing something so reckless that normal people would never do it if they were in the same situation can get you convicted of manslaughter in Florida.


Depends on whose version of the stupidity you believe:  Zimmermans or  Jeantel's. Helluva choice,isn't it?
 
2013-07-08 06:10:20 PM  

Mi-5: But that goes against him in light of the fact that he called the police, they were on their way, and he could have given description, direction, and last sighting to the police.  Women on that panel will not think they would follow TM if they were in the same situation,  so why would GZ do that?


What description did Zimmerman have to give that would have led the police to Martin? All he knew is it was some black lid in a hoodie.
 
2013-07-08 06:12:35 PM  

Popcorn Johnny: What description did Zimmerman have to give that would have led the police to Martin? All he knew is it was some black lid in a hoodie.


Freudian slip. We'll allow it....
 
2013-07-08 06:12:45 PM  
i.imgur.com

/i was going to start color matching and cleaning it up, but then I got bored
 
2013-07-08 06:14:06 PM  

Mi-5: Popcorn Johnny: Which goes even further to suggest that Zimmerman had no interest in confronting Martin and only left his vehicle so he could see where Martin ran off to.

But that goes against him in light of the fact that he called the police, they were on their way, and he could have given description, direction, and last sighting to the police.  Women on that panel will not think they would follow TM if they were in the same situation,  so why would GZ do that?


you ability to read minds is amazing.
 
2013-07-08 06:20:06 PM  

omeganuepsilon: nekom: Abuse Liability:
pretty obvious he won anyway

Nobody won.  A young man is dead, and Zimmerman's life will never be the same.  It's hard to call him a winner in all of this.  Plus unless he's a sociopath, he's probably feeling a lot of guilt.  I certainly would be.

I wouldn't call that a sociopath.  Rational people can justify killing in self defense.  Shaken, maybe, but not necessarily feelings of "guilt."

A sociopath will typically be uncaring for everyone, not just an attacker.


Shaken is what you would feel in the short term after the event.  In the longer term, feelings of guilt are very likely.  Lots of personal questioning, "What if's?, etc.  This would be a normal process for almost anyone who is directly responsible for killing another person whether justified or not.
 
2013-07-08 06:22:44 PM  
Whelp, there is now a new game for your mobile device based on the Zimmerman case.

Angry Trayvon
 
2013-07-08 06:26:09 PM  

Testiclaw: s2s2s2: Testiclaw: I only chimed in because of your comments and how wildly inaccurate they are in terms of exertion on the bottom or while being struck.

Also, it was less than 40 seconds of "pummeling", and he was crying for help, could he have been taking in extra oxygen?

40 seconds is a long time to be struggling for position and taking shots. Screaming would drain oxygen faster, I'd imagine. I've never screamed while grappling, so I don't know for sure. It took me several weeks on continuous practice and training to be able to recover quickly enough to talk after ground work.


Was that supposed to turn me on? Cause it did.
 
2013-07-08 06:29:13 PM  
I see that Trayvon's father is accusing the police of lying about what he said when he heard the 911 tape. How long before Team Trayvon moves the goal posts again and starts blaming a cover up by the racist police force?
 
2013-07-08 06:30:00 PM  

vrax: omeganuepsilon: nekom: Abuse Liability:
pretty obvious he won anyway

Nobody won.  A young man is dead, and Zimmerman's life will never be the same.  It's hard to call him a winner in all of this.  Plus unless he's a sociopath, he's probably feeling a lot of guilt.  I certainly would be.

I wouldn't call that a sociopath.  Rational people can justify killing in self defense.  Shaken, maybe, but not necessarily feelings of "guilt."

A sociopath will typically be uncaring for everyone, not just an attacker.

Shaken is what you would feel in the short term after the event.  In the longer term, feelings of guilt are very likely.  Lots of personal questioning, "What if's?, etc.  This would be a normal process for almost anyone who is directly responsible for killing another person whether justified or not.


Likely, maybe, but lacking them in a specific circumstance only, does not equate to sociopathy.
 
2013-07-08 06:31:35 PM  

Mi-5: Popcorn Johnny: Which goes even further to suggest that Zimmerman had no interest in confronting Martin and only left his vehicle so he could see where Martin ran off to.

But that goes against him in light of the fact that he called the police, they were on their way, and he could have given description, direction, and last sighting to the police.  Women on that panel will not think they would follow TM if they were in the same situation,  so why would GZ do that?


That will be a devastating track for the prosecution when they bring him up on charges of getting out of your car in the first degree and felonious ambulation.
 
2013-07-08 06:33:12 PM  

TheWhoppah: So a weak, fat out of shape wimp decides to follow a suspicious guy at night that appears to be high on drugs... and he knows the cops are coming but he gets out of the vehicle anyway to get a closer look, at night... a closer look at the asshole on drugs that is always getting away with it.  Is this the Chewbaca defense?


If you'd bother to follow the trial, it's come out that Zimmerman was only outside of his vehicle to find a physical address. The cops needed an address. Now, that's only according to Zimmerman but as he did a video walk-through, his location within the complex and the visible lack of addresses on the backs of the apartment buildings make his story plausible. But it's still good to see Sharpton shills still out in full force. How much is he paying you, if I might ask?
 
2013-07-08 06:34:31 PM  

Popcorn Johnny: I see that Trayvon's father is accusing the police of lying about what he said when he heard the 911 tape. How long before Team Trayvon moves the goal posts again and starts blaming a cover up by the racist police force?


Channel? or Link?
 
2013-07-08 06:35:39 PM  

Popcorn Johnny: I see that Trayvon's father is accusing the police of lying about what he said when he heard the 911 tape. How long before Team Trayvon moves the goal posts again and starts blaming a cover up by the racist police force?


I've already seen those claims, but they're not very popular.  The near deluded often attempt to be more reasonable and keep their outward communications as isolated as possible. The bigger the tale the less rational they are because they think people will buy that larger piece of bullshiat.  They realize this and simply move for the more believable(in comparison) goal, and keep their deeper conspiracies on the down low.

 Oh, they'll share it amongst themselves or if they trust you as an individual, but often will even refuse that's what they think in a more public forum.  They do hint at it plenty, but they know if they say it outright it's putting their nuttery on display.
 
2013-07-08 06:36:51 PM  

TerminalEchoes: TheWhoppah: So a weak, fat out of shape wimp decides to follow a suspicious guy at night that appears to be high on drugs... and he knows the cops are coming but he gets out of the vehicle anyway to get a closer look, at night... a closer look at the asshole on drugs that is always getting away with it.  Is this the Chewbaca defense?

If you'd bother to follow the trial, it's come out that Zimmerman was only outside of his vehicle to find a physical address. The cops needed an address. Now, that's only according to Zimmerman but as he did a video walk-through, his location within the complex and the visible lack of addresses on the backs of the apartment buildings make his story plausible. But it's still good to see Sharpton shills still out in full force. How much is he paying you, if I might ask?


Except its been established that he did not need to walk as far as he did to see the address since they are plainly written on the side of the houses, something Zimmerman knew because he lived there. Clearly he was doing something else besides checking addresses.
 
2013-07-08 06:40:02 PM  

ELKAY: Except its been established that he did not need to walk as far as he did to see the address since they are plainly written on the side of the houses, something Zimmerman knew because he lived there.


[citation needed]

/or in another word: Lies
 
2013-07-08 06:40:06 PM  

nekom: washington-babylon:
Same here- Grandfather on my Mother's side is Howe (English), Grandmother is Henderson (Scottish) and some Irish slave family that we cannot trace very far back. Dad's side is Cherokee and Goodwin (Saxon English), tracing direct lineage from Harold Godwinson.

We should start a mutt power movement!  I've got the English side traced out (Horner) all the way back to royalty, not that that's impressive, pretty much anyone with English ancestry can make that claim, and the further back you go, it gets a little tenuous.  Actually the nursery rhyme "Little Jack Horner" was about an actual person, an ancestor of mine.  I forget what it's a metaphor for, some kinda crooked land deal with a king or something.  The Irish side (Rice) founded a town near here.  The German side is mostly Baumgardner (like 20 different ways to spell it), I forget where the French came from but it's French Canadian.

We are a new race, we will prevail.


Farthest back I have gotten on the Goodwin side is a cousin of Caesar who was exiled to Britannia for messing around with Caesar's wife. He married into a local Celt tribe that was moderately friendly and settled there in what came to be called Wessex. While the "Royalty" thing is cool, the new Royals didn't like the old breed that much. The last relative I had on a throne was Queen of England for 16 days (Lady Jane Grey).

As for all that...  I say "All hail the Mutts! We are the product of that great melting pot known as North America."
 
2013-07-08 06:41:19 PM  
i.imgur.com

today's Wordle. No clear winners except People, Prosecution and Defense
 
2013-07-08 06:44:11 PM  

Southern100: Channel? or Link?


It's from today's testimony, seeing the recap on TV. The investigator testified that Trayvon's dad said it wasn't his son. Trayvon's dad then took the stand claiming he never said that and only said that he wasn't sure.
 
2013-07-08 06:44:53 PM  
In this thread paranoia from pot makes you peaceful and in no way will make you swing at someone like GZ.

In a gun control thread I would wager the same people claiming paranoia makes you peaceful claim that paranoia makes you a murderer waiting for a victim becauae paranoid people buy firearms.

So do paranoid people perpetrate violence or not...can some of you try to be consistant?
 
2013-07-08 06:46:23 PM  
www.wearysloth.com  >  fbexternal-a.akamaihd.net
 
2013-07-08 06:47:49 PM  
ThrowedOff: 

That combined with Martin swaying at the counter of 7-11 (if you haven't seen the video, watch it - it's a blatant lie for the prosecution to claim he wasn't) and George Zimmerman's statement that Trayvon "looked like he was on drugs" (while his group of statements including that is being used to show a racial prejudice against Trayvon) makes this information highly relevant. For someone to not see that is absurd.

marijuana doesn't make you sway.
 
2013-07-08 06:48:41 PM  

Giltric: So do paranoid people perpetrate violence or not...can some of you try to be consistant?


Its a possible chain reaction, but not an absolute.

Paranoia/fear of getting caught, can irrationally trigger a fight/flight response.
 
2013-07-08 06:49:33 PM  
If Trayvon was high, those Skittles would have been gone before he was out of the 7-11 parking lot.

Murder 2, book him. Enjoy the rape, Zimmy.
 
2013-07-08 06:49:46 PM  

vrax: omeganuepsilon: nekom: Abuse Liability:
pretty obvious he won anyway

Nobody won.  A young man is dead, and Zimmerman's life will never be the same.  It's hard to call him a winner in all of this.  Plus unless he's a sociopath, he's probably feeling a lot of guilt.  I certainly would be.

I wouldn't call that a sociopath.  Rational people can justify killing in self defense.  Shaken, maybe, but not necessarily feelings of "guilt."

A sociopath will typically be uncaring for everyone, not just an attacker.

Shaken is what you would feel in the short term after the event.  In the longer term, feelings of guilt are very likely.  Lots of personal questioning, "What if's?, etc.  This would be a normal process for almost anyone who is directly responsible for killing another person whether justified or not.


All I know is I've never had to kill anyone, god help me I hope I never do, but I can only imagine personally, it would wreck me.  EVEN if it was a clear cut case of self defense, EVEN if I was in a situation where I had to kill to save my daughter's life, I would need a lot of therapy.
 
2013-07-08 06:50:05 PM  

omeganuepsilon: ELKAY: Except its been established that he did not need to walk as far as he did to see the address since they are plainly written on the side of the houses, something Zimmerman knew because he lived there.

[citation needed]

/or in another word: Lies


Clearly established by the prosecution, obviously you haven't been paying attention to the trial.
 
2013-07-08 06:50:53 PM  
images.huffingtonpost.com
This is at the top of stories from Huff-Po's coverage of the trial.

Was it the Nicole Brown/Ron Goldman case?
Was it the Travis Alexander case?
Was it the Meredith Kercher case?
Was it the Caylee Anthony case?

Not sure what conclusion to draw from this but it seems odd.
 
2013-07-08 06:50:56 PM  

Popcorn Johnny: Southern100: Channel? or Link?

It's from today's testimony, seeing the recap on TV. The investigator testified that Trayvon's dad said it wasn't his son. Trayvon's dad then took the stand claiming he never said that and only said that he wasn't sure.


K, I did see that, thought there was a followup story somewhere.

I can check the YouTube later, but I thought the question was 'Do you recognize the voice on the tape' (to which Tracy replied with one word, 'No'), not 'Is that your sons voice'.

'No' in that context is a lot different than 'No, that's not my sons voice'.
 
2013-07-08 06:54:13 PM  

Southern100: I can check the YouTube later, but I thought the question was 'Do you recognize the voice on the tape' (to which Tracy replied with one word, 'No'), not 'Is that your sons voice'.

'No' in that context is a lot different than 'No, that's not my sons voice'.


According to Serino, he asked if the voice on the tape was Trayvon, to which the father answered "no".
 
2013-07-08 06:54:39 PM  

nburghmatt: marijuana doesn't make you sway.


Bullshiat.
It can affect motor control and equilibrium, which in turn can even make you vomit.

It doesn't always, just as with alcohol, it can affect any number of people in widely different ways.  It always made me dizzy and then throw up, that's why I never got into it.  Same way that some people simply cannot drink alcohol, or who positively tweek after eating chocolate, god forbid they have an actual cup of coffee.
 
2013-07-08 06:59:42 PM  

omeganuepsilon: nburghmatt: marijuana doesn't make you sway.

Bullshiat.
It can affect motor control and equilibrium, which in turn can even make you vomit.

It doesn't always, just as with alcohol, it can affect any number of people in widely different ways.  It always made me dizzy and then throw up, that's why I never got into it.  Same way that some people simply cannot drink alcohol, or who positively tweek after eating chocolate, god forbid they have an actual cup of coffee.


right, you can't handle it so you don't do it. defer to someone with a bit more experience. it doesn't make you sway. maybe his favorite song was on the radio but it ain't that.
 
2013-07-08 07:01:01 PM  
ELKAY: derp

I have been watching it, and avidly.  I have a decent memory and a fair IQ.  If you want to contradict common knowledge, provide a citation.  Put your money where your mouth is, as it were. If you can, I'll even take back my statement.  Much more than anyone who's still on T4M has done.
 
2013-07-08 07:08:26 PM  

nburghmatt: ThrowedOff: 

That combined with Martin swaying at the counter of 7-11 (if you haven't seen the video, watch it - it's a blatant lie for the prosecution to claim he wasn't) and George Zimmerman's statement that Trayvon "looked like he was on drugs" (while his group of statements including that is being used to show a racial prejudice against Trayvon) makes this information highly relevant. For someone to not see that is absurd.

marijuana doesn't make you sway.


Sweet Jesus, I need to sit down at this railroad station because I'm one toke over the line.
 
2013-07-08 07:14:56 PM  

Cletus C.: [images.huffingtonpost.com image 773x124]
This is at the top of stories from Huff-Po's coverage of the trial.

Was it the Nicole Brown/Ron Goldman case?
Was it the Travis Alexander case?
Was it the Meredith Kercher case?
Was it the Caylee Anthony case?

Not sure what conclusion to draw from this but it seems odd.


You'd have a salient point if the headline banner was "The Trayvon Martin Trial," but it says "Case."    I don't see anything odd or racist (if that is what you are getting at) about using his name to describe the case.   In fact, I'd say it was approrpriate since it is Martin more than Zimmerman that makes this case newsworthy.   Had Martin been older, a career criminal, or even armed, then Zimmerman would have never been charged and the incident would have never made it beyond a paragraph in the crime page of the local paper.
 
2013-07-08 07:17:38 PM  

omeganuepsilon: ELKAY: derp

I have been watching it, and avidly.  I have a decent memory and a fair IQ.  If you want to contradict common knowledge, provide a citation.  Put your money where your mouth is, as it were. If you can, I'll even take back my statement.  Much more than anyone who's still on T4M has done.


http://www.hlntv.com/interactive/2013/06/17/zimmerman-trayvon-map-in te ractive

An interactive map of the crime scene. There was no reason for Zimmerman to get out to check the address. Further more Zimmerman had lived there for years and had patrolled the small area. I doubt he was lost.
 
2013-07-08 07:19:04 PM  

Southern100: Sounded to me like he just wanted to see how many times he could say the N-word in 2 minutes.


Some do. It's been years, but when I was in college, I worked as a security guard. The group of young black men who robbed the hotel I was guarding thought I was very attractive and successful, if a little confused as to my ethnic/national origins, and repeatedly told me so.
/Guard position was unarmed and an insurance thing, like most hotels.
//Still, managed to identify all of them, and all were convicted
 
2013-07-08 07:20:34 PM  

ThrowedOff: Popcorn Johnny: Somebody needs to assassinate @georgezimmerman & his defense team 🔫🔪💣🔨⛽- JPRETTYVON (@LOVERGRL07) July 8, 2013


LOL

I just bookmarked her Twitter account to refer to later  to see her Tweet about the upcoming FBI visit.


A fun thing to do is just retweet it, and add "cc: @FBI".
 
2013-07-08 07:21:47 PM  

DrBrownCow: Cletus C.: [images.huffingtonpost.com image 773x124]
This is at the top of stories from Huff-Po's coverage of the trial.

Was it the Nicole Brown/Ron Goldman case?
Was it the Travis Alexander case?
Was it the Meredith Kercher case?
Was it the Caylee Anthony case?

Not sure what conclusion to draw from this but it seems odd.

You'd have a salient point if the headline banner was "The Trayvon Martin Trial," but it says "Case."    I don't see anything odd or racist (if that is what you are getting at) about using his name to describe the case.   In fact, I'd say it was approrpriate since it is Martin more than Zimmerman that makes this case newsworthy.   Had Martin been older, a career criminal, or even armed, then Zimmerman would have never been charged and the incident would have never made it beyond a paragraph in the crime page of the local paper.


Hmm. The Trayvon Martin Trial would have just been stupid as well as inaccurate.

Labeling the case with the name of the victim seems like a deliberate decision to make it about the victim. Is he more compelling than the guy on trial? Neither, on a normal day, is compelling as a person. It the combination of the two that made it compelling. But only one is on trial. Had they used George Zimmerman Trial it would have appeared normal. But they went with Trayvon Martin Case.

Maybe it's nothing. But it's weird.
 
2013-07-08 07:30:00 PM  
nburghmatt: it doesn't operate the same way as alcohol causing involuntary movement. it simply doesn't. some people just do that naturally, like some rock in their chairs. a stoned person can sit perfectly still with no problem.

Depends on so VERY many factors.  It used to give me panic attacks, now it calms me on the rare instances I partake.  I've had stuff so strong (no, it wasn't laced, I would know) that it made walking difficult, but that's UNUSUAL, not impossible, but unusual.  Paranoia in my younger years, no more (probably because I'm at home and don't care)  I'm also taking an SSRI for my anxiety, which is helping tremendously but certainly must be a factor.  Also depends on how frequently you use it, it's all very complicated.  Can't rule out that it might make a certain person sway, though I would say that is outside of the "normal" range of effects.
 
2013-07-08 07:30:13 PM  

Popcorn Johnny: If Trayvon was high, those Skittles would have been gone before he was out of the 7-11 parking lot.

Murder 2, book him. Enjoy the rape, Zimmy.


No dice.  It was established by the first prosecution witnesses that Trayvon went to the store to buy the Skittles for his friend.
 
2013-07-08 07:34:40 PM  

DrBrownCow: No dice.  It was established by the first prosecution witnesses that Trayvon went to the store to buy the Skittles for his friend.


I've been taken by the marijuanas, my friend. No way those Skittles survive the trip home.
 
2013-07-08 07:41:30 PM  

ELKAY: There was no reason for Zimmerman to get out to check the address.


Wait, that wasn't what you said before.  You said he didn't need to go as far as he did.  Not, he didn't need to get out of his car.

So you're reverting to another stupid argument, that he's a nazi kk member because he wanted to keep tabs on TM.

ELKAY: Further more Zimmerman had lived there for years and had patrolled the small area. I doubt he was lost.


A great number of people don't need to know house numbers or names to find their way about.  Indeed, even completely illiterate people can stop from being lost.  How do you think Rachel got to the courthouse in the first place?

ELKAY: An interactive map of the crime scene.


Which is questionable as it's not evidence, but HLN's recreation.  It also doesn't show house numbers on the sides of the complexes as you claimed.  What's more, there are not addresses there or on the back of the houses, the proof of that claim is in the video re-enactment GZ did with police.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=7qfkRTC5gF4 #t =290s

So, you are lying. TADA!
 
2013-07-08 07:41:38 PM  

s2s2s2: ThrowedOff: Popcorn Johnny: Somebody needs to assassinate @georgezimmerman & his defense team 🔫🔪💣🔨⛽- JPRETTYVON (@LOVERGRL07) July 8, 2013


LOL

I just bookmarked her Twitter account to refer to later  to see her Tweet about the upcoming FBI visit.

A fun thing to do is just retweet it, and add "cc: @FBI".


She made one threatening the judge afterwards. If that kid can go to jail for months for a sarcastic Facebook post then this woman needs the chair.
 
2013-07-08 07:45:47 PM  
Cletus C.:
It's why you need to be careful walking in cities. You never know when pot smokers are going to throw themselves off buildings because they think they can fly.

I used to get all jazzed up about the great insights and ideas marijuana brought out in me. I finally accepted that most of them were stupid and sucked. But still great in the moment.


The tell tale sign that they're about to jump out a window is playing the piano ridiculously fast.  Then you know it's imminent.

And I get that sentiment for sure!  I used to think I just played the most farking EPIC awesome guitar track in the history of mankind.  Then I played the recording the morning after, and good LAWD it sucked.
 
2013-07-08 07:47:35 PM  

ThatDarkFellow: s2s2s2: ThrowedOff: Popcorn Johnny: Somebody needs to assassinate @georgezimmerman & his defense team 🔫🔪💣🔨⛽- JPRETTYVON (@LOVERGRL07) July 8, 2013


LOL

I just bookmarked her Twitter account to refer to later  to see her Tweet about the upcoming FBI visit.

A fun thing to do is just retweet it, and add "cc: @FBI".

She made one threatening the judge afterwards. If that kid can go to jail for months for a sarcastic Facebook post then this woman needs the chair.


She's getting trolled hard. A she's bitin' too.
 
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