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2013-07-14 06:14:11 PM  

hardinparamedic: BudTheSpud: Your tears are delicious. As are all vindictive liberal tears right now. Nancy Grace is on suicide watch as we speak. By all means, please proceed.

One person is dead. Another person's life is completely ruined. Two families have become public spectacles.

But really. All you care about is that the people on the other side of the political isle are upset about it.

You are exactly what is wrong with American Politics right now.


Because all politics are settled in the civilized forum of reasoned debate called the Internet. Get a grip.
 
2013-07-14 06:14:24 PM  
HKW: ... and those type of knucleheads will forget all about it when thier next unemployment/disability/welfare check is deposited in thier checking account in the 15th (tomorrow).

BigNumber12: Once again... the angry Justice 4 Trayvon crowd seems to be out in full force, letting loose with insults and disinformation, now that this isn't a thread discussing actual trial developments and evidence in real time. I'm shocked, shocked I tell you.


I find these posts interesting
 
2013-07-14 06:14:59 PM  

teenage mutant ninja rapist: iq_in_binary: ferretman: Wow...the stupid is out on a Sunday. The inability for some of you to actually review the evidence is astounding. Hopefully if you ever have someone beating the shiat out of you and smashing your head into the sidewalk you won't bother protecting your life if you have the ability.
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The fact that he had an unarmed teenager on top of him in full mount means that he had absolutely no business carrying the gun he used to kill Trayvon.

Sorry dude, you ended up with a farking teenager on top of you in a FULL MOUNT.

You clearly bit off more than you could chew. And you clearly tried biting something off. You should not be carrying a gun.

So much this. George is a sheep that desperatley wanted to be a wolf. The funny thing being he will spend the rest of his life being as timid as a lamb.


I don't know whether to tear into you for that or not.

Good troll!
 
2013-07-14 06:15:17 PM  

rewind2846: HKW: Not true. GZ was working as neighborhood watch,

Not really. He never "worked", since the neighborhood watch program was voluntary. He had no sworn duty to do anything, and could just as well have stayed home and watched tv.

Dorival said she worked closely with Zimmerman, because he helped organize the program for his neighborhood. She told him a neighborhood watch volunteer should act as the "eyes and ears" of the police -- but not like a vigilante.

Here's a copy of the neighborhood watch guide Zimmerman was given by Dorival (PDF). Take special note of pages 7, 13-15.
Guns? Confrontation? "Asking questions"? No.
Observe and report to local police? YES.


Actually, page 18 is pretty freaky too. I just don't see Gibson calling Hanks.

And Willis and Moore on the same side of the phone tree. No way.

i.imgur.com
 
2013-07-14 06:15:22 PM  

hardinparamedic: seadoo2006: Ah, so essentially everything the Trayvon people BOTH SIDES IN THIScannot do?

Fixed that for you.

Stop pretending like there is a hero or villain in this whole fiasco. Both of them are to blame for the outcome of this.


Except by LAW, you are INNOCENT until PROVEN guilty ... so, I'm not sure why there is any debate or discussion on this.  If you cannot demonstrably prove with FACT that there was intent to murder Trayvon, then he walks, which is what we have all been saying since the dumb kid got shiat blasted.
 
2013-07-14 06:15:38 PM  

seadoo2006: clowncar on fire: seadoo2006: parasol: HKW - let me put it another way

A member of citizen's crime watch has less authority to stop and ask you anything than the person at K-Mart who checks your receipt as you leave.

So, can I beat the K-Mart guy and claim "self-defense" like the Trayvon people are saying?

If you could get him off camera and somehow prove that he was somehow a threat to your life.. then sure.

Ah, so essentially everything the Trayvon people cannot do?


Again?  i'm dropping Strawberry Zinfindel on icehouse beer so you have to be a little clearer.  Trey, tra, tray wasn't on trial here- Zimmerman was.  He, Zimmerman, tried to use a little pre-crime philosophy to bust a kid walking though a nice neighborhood looking at nice homes as he passed through.
Kid eventually got spooked and ran away.  Just let it g9o man, let it go.  Unless Tras was engaged in a life threatening activity such as grabbing ol' lady tit or farking the family pet- there was no need to confront.
 
2013-07-14 06:15:46 PM  

Treygreen13: parasol: seadoo: So, can I beat the K-Mart guy and claim "self-defense" like the Trayvon people are saying?

If you could get him off camera and somehow prove that he was somehow a threat to your life.. then sure.

Ah, so essentially everything the Trayvon people cannot do?


I'm not entirely sure who you mean by "Trayvon people" (it sounds a bit like "these assholes" imo) but, as the trial is over, isn't it about time to stop being so transparently divisive about this?

The "transparently divisive" people are the flood of uninformed racist asshats slamming every Trayvon thread with demonstrably false garbage.

If everyone followed the trial and argued facts, we'd have one thread about this and there would be one post. It would be Grumpy Cat's "Good" photo.


Sorry, I can't feel "Good" about a man who now has to fear for his life after being acquitted for shooting another man who was repeatedly punching him and slamming his head into the ground. Vigilante justice is not justice.
 
2013-07-14 06:15:46 PM  

Mr. Breeze: If he would have left the gun

his ass in his truck, he might have been the one killed that night never have been in that situation at all.

/FTFY
 
2013-07-14 06:15:51 PM  

hardinparamedic: All you care about is that the people on the other side of the political isle are upset about it.


Come on dude, you've been here for awhile..........welcometofark.jpeg
 
2013-07-14 06:16:44 PM  
Looks like Obama and friends aren't through with Zimmerman yet,

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/07/14/politico-doj-to-review-zi mm erman-case/
 
2013-07-14 06:17:01 PM  
What is the score?  Who is winning?
 
2013-07-14 06:17:21 PM  

Iowan73: Confusean: phenn: Iowan73: phenn: Iowan73: There is no evidence of who started the fight. But the only reason those two ever met was because Zimmerman made it happen.

So? Was that illegal?

No. I don't think he should have been convicted of murder. But he is at least partially responsible for getting himself into a an easily avoidable situation and then having to shoot his way out. If he had minded his own business or left it to the police, none of this would have happened.

We can certainly agree on that. He acted stupidly. Totally agree. Doesn't rise to second degree murder, but definitely eaten alive by dumbass.

Which was more stupid, following someone or attacking someone for following?
I wonder how many people in New York are followed by another person while walking a day.......So while i'm taking notes on the new world order, I'm white so I can't walk behind a black person, I cant say I'm not for Obamacare, and I can't even vote for a republican or i'm a racist, right?

I said he was partially responsible. Reading comprehension is not your thing.

I don't know if you're a racist or not, but you're clearly an idiot.


Oh I comprehend your comment just fine AH. I fully understand your opinion. I don't share the same opinion, and because of that you call me names. childish and the easy out.
 
2013-07-14 06:17:39 PM  

DerpHerder: This is why GZ was aquitted.


Yeah. You might want to understand what that means. Hint: There's a huge difference between the shooting being ruled justified, and an acquittal.

DerpHerder: You can argue all day that by leaving his car and following Martin GZ instigated the assualt, but the law doesn't support this claim.


I'm talking civil responsibility, not criminal. There are a lot of acts that while not criminal and even justifiable, can be held as civilly negligent.

DerpHerder: That is why the prosecution said GZ initiated the fight and was incontrol of the fight when he shot Martin. There was an eyewitness who reported Martin ontop of Zimmerman aswell so again you are just wrong in everything you said. What you believe has nothing to do with how the law is applied.


Neither being a handgun carry permit holder, nor being a member of a neighborhood watch imposed upon him a legal duty to act in what he did. You might want to take that into consideration when you start talking about a  civil trial versus a  criminal trial.
 
2013-07-14 06:17:53 PM  

seadoo2006: hardinparamedic: seadoo2006: Ah, so essentially everything the Trayvon people BOTH SIDES IN THIScannot do?

Fixed that for you.

Stop pretending like there is a hero or villain in this whole fiasco. Both of them are to blame for the outcome of this.

Except by LAW, you are INNOCENT until PROVEN guilty ... so, I'm not sure why there is any debate or discussion on this.  If you cannot demonstrably prove with FACT that there was intent to murder Trayvon, then he walks, which is what we have all been saying since the dumb kid got shiat blasted.


Awww... You were doing so well up until that point.
 
2013-07-14 06:18:14 PM  

hardinparamedic: Molavian: How much would you care to wager on that?  Clearly I don't know what I'm talking about so it's a safe bet.

Please point out the Florida State Law on self-defense actions that aren't covered on a Stand Your Ground exhoneration, or the criminal court order which granted him civil indemnity under the aformentioned Florida Statute.

Go ahead. I'll wait.

Zimmerman was found not guilty. His shooting was not ruled justified, as well, which is required under state law for non-SYG civil protecton


Try Florida statute 776.032, for starters:

A person who uses force as permitted in s. 776.012, s. 776.013, or s. 776.031 is justified in using such force and is immune from criminal prosecution and civil action for the use of such force.

776.012 is:

A person is justified in using force, except deadly force, against another when and to the extent that the person reasonably believes that such conduct is necessary to defend himself or herself or another against the other's imminent use of unlawful force. However, a person is justified in the use of deadly force and does not have a duty to retreat if: (1)He or she reasonably believes that such force is necessary to prevent imminent death or great bodily harm to himself or herself or another or to prevent the imminent commission of a forcible felony.

As far as the Federal civil rights suit, I giggle at that one.

How about a year of TotalFark for the winner?  Zimmerman ends up a wealthy man, and Martin's family gets jack and shiat from him.
 
2013-07-14 06:18:45 PM  
Kingflower: What is the score?  Who is winning?

from what i gather? Drew Curtis - although, based on some posts in these threads I've again decided to put off paying for TF - again
 
2013-07-14 06:18:47 PM  
be a shame if someone mistook him for a criminal and shot him
 
2013-07-14 06:18:53 PM  

parasol: HKW: ... and those type of knucleheads will forget all about it when thier next unemployment/disability/welfare check is deposited in thier checking account in the 15th (tomorrow).

BigNumber12: Once again... the angry Justice 4 Trayvon crowd seems to be out in full force, letting loose with insults and disinformation, now that this isn't a thread discussing actual trial developments and evidence in real time. I'm shocked, shocked I tell you.


I find these posts interesting


Amusing actually.
 
2013-07-14 06:19:02 PM  

rewind2846: Mr. Breeze: If he would have left the gun his ass in his truck, he might have been the one killed that night never have been in that situation at all.

/FTFY


If TM didn't start swinging, he might still be alive right now.
 
2013-07-14 06:19:08 PM  

clowncar on fire: seadoo2006: clowncar on fire: seadoo2006: parasol: HKW - let me put it another way

A member of citizen's crime watch has less authority to stop and ask you anything than the person at K-Mart who checks your receipt as you leave.

So, can I beat the K-Mart guy and claim "self-defense" like the Trayvon people are saying?

If you could get him off camera and somehow prove that he was somehow a threat to your life.. then sure.

Ah, so essentially everything the Trayvon people cannot do?

Again?  i'm dropping Strawberry Zinfindel on icehouse beer so you have to be a little clearer.  Trey, tra, tray wasn't on trial here- Zimmerman was.  He, Zimmerman, tried to use a little pre-crime philosophy to bust a kid walking though a nice neighborhood looking at nice homes as he passed through.
Kid eventually got spooked and ran away.  Just let it g9o man, let it go.  Unless Tras was engaged in a life threatening activity such as grabbing ol' lady tit or farking the family pet- there was no need to confront.


So, you mean like how the K-Mart/Wally World people assume everyone is stealing product and have to confront everyone to determine they aren't?  Kid ran away only to come around back and bust the dude in the face.  See, no matter how you cut it, Zimmerman was acting within his RIGHTS OF LAW, and po', widdle, crunk juice was not.
 
2013-07-14 06:19:18 PM  
Why are black people always so violent? :(
 
2013-07-14 06:19:30 PM  

Mr. Breeze: Treygreen13: parasol: seadoo: So, can I beat the K-Mart guy and claim "self-defense" like the Trayvon people are saying?

If you could get him off camera and somehow prove that he was somehow a threat to your life.. then sure.

Ah, so essentially everything the Trayvon people cannot do?


I'm not entirely sure who you mean by "Trayvon people" (it sounds a bit like "these assholes" imo) but, as the trial is over, isn't it about time to stop being so transparently divisive about this?

The "transparently divisive" people are the flood of uninformed racist asshats slamming every Trayvon thread with demonstrably false garbage.

If everyone followed the trial and argued facts, we'd have one thread about this and there would be one post. It would be Grumpy Cat's "Good" photo.

Sorry, I can't feel "Good" about a man who now has to fear for his life after being acquitted for shooting another man who was repeatedly punching him and slamming his head into the ground. Vigilante justice is not justice.


I agree. I think we're on the same page. The good would be for the verdict.
 
2013-07-14 06:20:30 PM  
Don't care...
 
2013-07-14 06:20:33 PM  

Prometheus_Unbound: Looks like Obama and friends aren't through with Zimmerman yet,

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/07/14/politico-doj-to-review-zi mm erman-case/


I don't see anything coming from that.  They'll do an investigation, pay it a little bit of lip service, and let the whole thing fade from the public consciousness gradually.

Trying to file federal charges against Zimmerman at this point would give the GOP too much ammo and create a political shiatstorm that the administration really doesn't need.
 
2013-07-14 06:21:03 PM  

Alonjar: Why are black people always so violent? :(


Too obvious. -1.5/10
 
2013-07-14 06:21:06 PM  

hardinparamedic: DerpHerder: This is why GZ was aquitted.

Yeah. You might want to understand what that means. Hint: There's a huge difference between the shooting being ruled justified, and an acquittal.

DerpHerder: You can argue all day that by leaving his car and following Martin GZ instigated the assualt, but the law doesn't support this claim.

I'm talking civil responsibility, not criminal. There are a lot of acts that while not criminal and even justifiable, can be held as civilly negligent.

DerpHerder: That is why the prosecution said GZ initiated the fight and was incontrol of the fight when he shot Martin. There was an eyewitness who reported Martin ontop of Zimmerman aswell so again you are just wrong in everything you said. What you believe has nothing to do with how the law is applied.

Neither being a handgun carry permit holder, nor being a member of a neighborhood watch imposed upon him a legal duty to act in what he did. You might want to take that into consideration when you start talking about a  civil trial versus a  criminal trial.


Unfortunately, Hardin, FL has self defense immunity.

We won't get that joy, which pisses me off because that was one of the things I could actually appreciate about his ultimate responsibility for his stupidity.

/Yes, I do sit there and wonder how they found the sports cars
//Taking them away was really one of the biggest things I miss about the job
 
2013-07-14 06:21:14 PM  

Molavian: hardinparamedic: Molavian: How much would you care to wager on that?  Clearly I don't know what I'm talking about so it's a safe bet.

Please point out the Florida State Law on self-defense actions that aren't covered on a Stand Your Ground exhoneration, or the criminal court order which granted him civil indemnity under the aformentioned Florida Statute.

Go ahead. I'll wait.

Zimmerman was found not guilty. His shooting was not ruled justified, as well, which is required under state law for non-SYG civil protecton

Try Florida statute 776.032, for starters:

A person who uses force as permitted in s. 776.012, s. 776.013, or s. 776.031 is justified in using such force and is immune from criminal prosecution and civil action for the use of such force.

776.012 is:

A person is justified in using force, except deadly force, against another when and to the extent that the person reasonably believes that such conduct is necessary to defend himself or herself or another against the other's imminent use of unlawful force. However, a person is justified in the use of deadly force and does not have a duty to retreat if: (1)He or she reasonably believes that such force is necessary to prevent imminent death or great bodily harm to himself or herself or another or to prevent the imminent commission of a forcible felony.

As far as the Federal civil rights suit, I giggle at that one.

How about a year of TotalFark for the winner?  Zimmerman ends up a wealthy man, and Martin's family gets jack and shiat from him.


Sad of you to believe someone will end up a winner.  There are no winners here.  One dead kid.
 
2013-07-14 06:21:53 PM  

God-is-a-Taco: BLACKS SHOULD GO BACK TO AFRICA

-Akon
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Well...Bye
 
2013-07-14 06:22:10 PM  

Molavian: 776.012 is:


You might want to go back and read 776.032. The shooting was never ruled a justified use of force under that statute. He was acquitted of Manslaughter and Second Degree murder charges.

Molavian: How about a year of TotalFark for the winner?


Internet arguments aren't worth 100 bucks. Thanks for the offer.
 
2013-07-14 06:22:22 PM  
So just for future refrence guys I have to ask a simple question. Are mexicans white people now?
 
2013-07-14 06:22:30 PM  

clowncar on fire: Molavian: hardinparamedic: Molavian: How much would you care to wager on that?  Clearly I don't know what I'm talking about so it's a safe bet.

Please point out the Florida State Law on self-defense actions that aren't covered on a Stand Your Ground exhoneration, or the criminal court order which granted him civil indemnity under the aformentioned Florida Statute.

Go ahead. I'll wait.

Zimmerman was found not guilty. His shooting was not ruled justified, as well, which is required under state law for non-SYG civil protecton

Try Florida statute 776.032, for starters:

A person who uses force as permitted in s. 776.012, s. 776.013, or s. 776.031 is justified in using such force and is immune from criminal prosecution and civil action for the use of such force.

776.012 is:

A person is justified in using force, except deadly force, against another when and to the extent that the person reasonably believes that such conduct is necessary to defend himself or herself or another against the other's imminent use of unlawful force. However, a person is justified in the use of deadly force and does not have a duty to retreat if: (1)He or she reasonably believes that such force is necessary to prevent imminent death or great bodily harm to himself or herself or another or to prevent the imminent commission of a forcible felony.

As far as the Federal civil rights suit, I giggle at that one.

How about a year of TotalFark for the winner?  Zimmerman ends up a wealthy man, and Martin's family gets jack and shiat from him.

Sad of you to believe someone will end up a winner.  There are no winners here.  One dead kid.


Good. That's a damn good win for all.
 
2013-07-14 06:22:58 PM  

iq_in_binary: Unfortunately, Hardin, FL has self defense immunity.


It's my understanding that only applies of the shooting is ruled as justified, or is ruled a Stand Your Ground incident.
 
2013-07-14 06:23:48 PM  

BudTheSpud: FriarReb98: Funny, but this headline is pretty much exactly what I said in the main thread.  He basically has to pay his way into a rich, gated, well-secured community and hide in there.  He can't just move to an all-white neighborhood because he'd be labeled Hispanic immediately.  He can never enjoy vacations, he can never get lost in the wrong neighborhood, he can never walk to get anything because he'll see shadows following him.  He'll eventually lose sleep over it, obsessing over the idea that everyone's out to get him, and end up dying miserable.  Which, I'm sure, will please most everyone who wanted him to get executed for what he did.

\me? Kinda surprised he survived the early hiccups in his case to get out of it.
\\I'll never bother finding out if I need to believe one way or the other because I really don't care about him
\\\just a dumbass racist who lucked out & did this in the craziest state in the country

Your tears are delicious. As are all vindictive liberal tears right now. Nancy Grace is on suicide watch as we speak. By all means, please proceed.


No tears here, mostly because you missed the part I bolded above.  That, and you think I'm liberal or something.  Don't know where you got  that.
 
2013-07-14 06:23:55 PM  

astouffer: ferretman: Wow...the stupid is out on a Sunday. The inability for some of you to actually review the evidence is astounding. Hopefully if you ever have someone beating the shiat out of you and smashing your head into the sidewalk you won't bother protecting your life if you have the ability.

I'm not stupid enough to follow around "suspicious" youths pretending to be a rent a cop. Zimmerman was in the wrong for starting the confrontation.

Using your logic can I pick a fight with a random person on the street and then shoot them when they start winning the fight. Never mind that I started the fight. Because that is pretty much what happened.


Evidence that Zimmerman started a confrontation? NONE.
 
2013-07-14 06:24:00 PM  

hardinparamedic: Molavian: 776.012 is:

You might want to go back and read 776.032. The shooting was never ruled a justified use of force under that statute. He was acquitted of Manslaughter and Second Degree murder charges.

Molavian: How about a year of TotalFark for the winner?

Internet arguments aren't worth 100 bucks. Thanks for the offer.


I want to see this. Take a bet for a month if you're serious. Put up or shut up.
 
2013-07-14 06:24:56 PM  

hardinparamedic: iq_in_binary: Unfortunately, Hardin, FL has self defense immunity.

It's my understanding that only applies of the shooting is ruled as justified, or is ruled a Stand Your Ground incident.


they threw out SYG.

that leaves justified.

I miss Olyphant :-P
 
2013-07-14 06:25:19 PM  

Treygreen13: I want to see this. Take a bet for a month if you're serious. Put up or shut up.


Sorry. You'll just have to take the satisfaction that I'm cheap as consolation.
 
2013-07-14 06:25:28 PM  

Mr. Breeze: rewind2846: Mr. Breeze: If he would have left the gun his ass in his truck, he might have been the one killed that night never have been in that situation at all.

/FTFY

If TM didn't start swinging, he might still be alive right now.


Why would Martin be "swinging" if Zimmerman had never gotten out of his truck? If he had just observed and reported, as the handbook says?
 
2013-07-14 06:26:07 PM  

Twitch Boy: I'm more worried about the jury.

Yeah, their names are sealed, but we're in 2013 here.  All it takes is one J4T script kiddie or a guy who knows a guy who knows a coworker who noticed "say, I haven't seen Alice in three weeks, she's been awful mum about what she was doing, but I think she mentioned jury duty, and come to think of it one of the jurors was a 32-year-old mother of two..."


and they recently lost their IT guy........I'm sure that doesn't help either.
 
2013-07-14 06:26:15 PM  
I hope ole George is forced to read TFD advice threads while he slowly and painfully bleeds out. People like him make this world a worse place to live, and he's started this idiotic dialogue between overnight law "experts" and racist assholes. F*ck everybody.
 
2013-07-14 06:26:21 PM  

hardinparamedic: Molavian: 776.012 is:

You might want to go back and read 776.032. The shooting was never ruled a justified use of force under that statute. He was acquitted of Manslaughter and Second Degree murder charges.

Molavian: How about a year of TotalFark for the winner?

Internet arguments aren't worth 100 bucks. Thanks for the offer.


Fair enough.
 
2013-07-14 06:26:39 PM  

hardinparamedic: Treygreen13: I want to see this. Take a bet for a month if you're serious. Put up or shut up.

Sorry. You'll just have to take the satisfaction that I'm cheap as consolation.


To be honest that does help a little.
 
2013-07-14 06:27:02 PM  
If someone was following me around and they wouldn't step off it would eventually become a confrontation.

Fight or flight

Walking away isn't working despite my best efforts, now I have to deal with this idiot.

/Maybe Zimmerman could roomate with Snowden.
 
2013-07-14 06:27:02 PM  
Link to an article by a Florida Criminal Defense Attorney who can explain why Zimmy was acquitted.

Link
Also I would like to point out to many of you just because something is legal doers not mean it is a good idea to do it. Also remember what may be legal in Floriduh can be illegal in other states!
 
2013-07-14 06:27:17 PM  
seadoo: Awwwwww ... you butt-hurt, everything-is-racist, Farkers mad?

LOL ...

seadoo:

See, no matter how you cut it, Zimmerman was acting within his RIGHTS OF LAW, and po', widdle, crunk juice was not.

I really can't tell if you, seadoo, think that you are funny, edgy or confused about what most of society deems "racist" intent. You do seem a tad confused
 
2013-07-14 06:28:03 PM  

MyrnaMinkoff: I hope ole George is forced to read TFD advice threads while he slowly and painfully bleeds out. People like him make this world a worse place to live, and he's started this idiotic dialogue between overnight law "experts" and racist assholes. F*ck everybody.


You shut your mouth.

TFD Advice Threads are endless entertainment.

www.links.net
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2013-07-14 06:28:29 PM  

jaytkay: reasonable fear of imminent peril of death or great bodily harm


I think you'd have a very hard time proving to a jury that a person following you makes you "in imminent peril of death or great bodily" harm. And considering Martin was on the phone and flat out said he wasn't afraid of Zimmerman we know that isn't the case here.
 
2013-07-14 06:28:39 PM  

Treygreen13: To be honest that does help a little.


You might say I'm practicing fiscal conservatism. >_>
 
2013-07-14 06:29:33 PM  

parasol: seadoo: Awwwwww ... you butt-hurt, everything-is-racist, Farkers mad?

LOL ...

seadoo:

See, no matter how you cut it, Zimmerman was acting within his RIGHTS OF LAW, and po', widdle, crunk juice was not.

I really can't tell if you, seadoo, think that you are funny, edgy or confused about what most of society deems "racist" intent. You do seem a tad confused


Don't call him a racist. He'll drag you down to his level of stupid.
 
2013-07-14 06:29:48 PM  

seadoo2006: clowncar on fire: seadoo2006: clowncar on fire: seadoo2006: parasol: HKW - let me put it another way

A member of citizen's crime watch has less authority to stop and ask you anything than the person at K-Mart who checks your receipt as you leave.

So, can I beat the K-Mart guy and claim "self-defense" like the Trayvon people are saying?

If you could get him off camera and somehow prove that he was somehow a threat to your life.. then sure.

Ah, so essentially everything the Trayvon people cannot do?

Again?  i'm dropping Strawberry Zinfindel on icehouse beer so you have to be a little clearer.  Trey, tra, tray wasn't on trial here- Zimmerman was.  He, Zimmerman, tried to use a little pre-crime philosophy to bust a kid walking though a nice neighborhood looking at nice homes as he passed through.
Kid eventually got spooked and ran away.  Just let it g9o man, let it go.  Unless Tras was engaged in a life threatening activity such as grabbing ol' lady tit or farking the family pet- there was no need to confront.

So, you mean like how the K-Mart/Wally World people assume everyone is stealing product and have to confront everyone to determine they aren't?  Kid ran away only to come around back and bust the dude in the face.  See, no matter how you cut it, Zimmerman was acting within his RIGHTS OF LAW, and po', widdle, crunk juice was not.


Weird how we are both in agreement on this issue then.  Wlly world (in your location) must find it effective to presume guilt as the patrons are leaving.  But alas, this not be the case.  What they really assume is that if you are honest, you'll have no problem sharing your receipt.  TSA works in very much the same way- they are not looking for bad guys- just clearing the way for the innocent. Probably not much different from standing in a ticket line for the movies.  Don't have a ticket- good bye.  Next!
 
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