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2013-07-16 01:22:34 AM
13 votes:
So, who is to blame for all this unrest and mayhem?

www.theyeshivaworld.com

NOT GUILTY

i.usatoday.net

GUILTY

www.freedomcongress.org

GUILTY

www.biography.com

GUILTY

archive.rushimg.com

GUILTY


cdn2.holytaco.com

GUILTY
www.filmindustrynetwork.biz
GUILTY

4.bp.blogspot.com
GUILTY

diversity.nbcuni.com

GUILTY

granitegrok.com

GUILTY

topnews.co.uk

GUILTY
2013-07-16 12:47:37 AM
10 votes:
There's nothing like random violence and pointless mayhem to show people you're being unjustly stereotyped as violent thugs.
2013-07-16 12:43:18 AM
8 votes:
Yeah?

Riots? Mayhem? Arson? Looting? Beatings? Murders?

You're being played by the Race-Baiters - the asshats who seek to divide us - to split us into opposing camps.

And they're doing a FINE job, don't you think?

SUCKERS!

Don't fall for this shiat, America!
2013-07-16 01:41:44 AM
7 votes:
i1172.photobucket.com
2013-07-16 12:57:47 AM
6 votes:
I really hope that I never have to use lethal force to defend myself, and if so, let it be a white guy I kill.  I don't want to be in a situation where I end up having to kill a black man to save my life and spend the remainder of my years defending myself from those who call me a racist and a murderer while refusing to accepting any possible evidence that it really was just self defense.
2013-07-16 12:43:41 AM
6 votes:
OJ was found innocent, so let's call it even.
2013-07-16 01:56:39 AM
5 votes:
i vote that we overhaul the court system. The current system based on facts, evidence, testimony, law, and due process is clearly wrong. Justice should be served based on the emotional state of the country. I recommend that all criminal trials be broadcast live and the defendant is declared innocent or guilty by popular opinion with a internet voting system. Naturally i recommend nancy grace to over see this system. here is the new court room:

i1172.photobucket.com
2013-07-16 12:56:16 AM
5 votes:
Upset white people blocking traffic (i.e., Occupy) = protest
Upset black people blocking traffic = riot

Thanks for the clarification, media!
2013-07-16 01:25:07 AM
4 votes:
People across the country can protest a dead punk that attacked someone that had a concealed weapons permit but won't even lift a finger when we find out the gov't is spying on us, breaking the constitution freely, lying to the public, breaking their own laws, taking your rights away, and ruining our futures by putting our country in so much debt that our great-grandchildren will be owned by someone else.

Have you read the story in Oregon where the National Guard is going to possibly be used to man underfunded sheriff's departments?

Yeah America. You are pretty smart.
2013-07-16 01:13:29 AM
4 votes:
FTA:  "I'm devastated. I heard the verdict and I just couldn't believe it," said Nicole Littleton, of Crenshaw. "How does a man take a life and walk?

scallywagandvagabond.com

Ask your pal.
2013-07-16 12:40:22 AM
4 votes:
I wonder if they were also coached and financed by the Department of Justice
2013-07-16 12:40:19 AM
4 votes:
Sooooooo, people in California are protesting a jury decision in Florida by acting like people from Seattle.
2013-07-16 12:39:16 AM
4 votes:
That's a pretty delayed riot.  If they were passionate about it this would have started Saturday night.  This is about some people who maybe like the idea of a riot in theory, but are all too chickenshiat to start one themselves.  This will disperse on its own.
2013-07-16 08:20:32 AM
3 votes:

hasty ambush: [25.media.tumblr.com image 625x352]


In defense of liberals, the hispanic guy had a white last name so it's okay to make his life miserable for defending himself from his reasonable belief of imminent death or significant bodily injury.
2013-07-16 03:22:20 AM
3 votes:
Maybe THIS will calm the race-baited ruckus raisers?

George Zimmerman Could Face Civil Suits, Death Threats, Federal Prosecution

(And not necessarily in that order)

Do you idiots GET IT YET?

This case is NOT about George Zimmerman, Trayvon Martin or what happened on that rainy Florida evening. It never has been.

It's about stirring up the sludge on the bottom of the septic tank.

It's about political sleazeballs playing WE THE PEOPLE for suckers.

If Blackie is bizzy hatin' Whitie, and Whitie is bizzy hatin' Blackie, and nobody bothered to define where the Hispanics fit in, the political sleazeballs are free to FARK US OVER, and we won't even notice.

Fun, isn't it?
2013-07-16 02:41:48 AM
3 votes:
at least the women on this jury, understood the law. unlike many here .
2013-07-16 01:31:18 AM
3 votes:
That MLK Jr. hoodie shirt is god damn ridiculous. When I picture MLK Jr. somehow being teleported here today I always think back to the Boondocks episode 'Return of the King'.

ionetheurbandaily.files.wordpress.com

/and che guevara doesn't want to be on your hipster tshirt either
2013-07-16 01:27:54 AM
3 votes:
Here's what I'll never get about riots,especially this one: Why the fark are you gonna trash your own neighborhood over something that happened on the other farking side of the country?
2013-07-16 01:02:09 AM
3 votes:

Great Janitor: I really hope that I never have to use lethal force to defend myself, and if so, let it be a white guy I kill.  I don't want to be in a situation where I end up having to kill a black man to save my life and spend the remainder of my years defending myself from those who call me a racist and a murderer while refusing to accepting any possible evidence that it really was just self defense.


Dont go following people around at night like some kind of weirdo or pervert and you should be just fine
2013-07-16 12:46:10 AM
3 votes:
A bunch of farking trash looking for any reason to cause trouble
2013-07-16 12:38:23 AM
3 votes:
Why would they riot in LA over this?
2013-07-16 09:47:41 PM
2 votes:
Taylor Mental:

And this is what I'm thinking. When a community watch guy carries a gun and ignores all directives to not become involved in the apprehension and questioning of suspects it makes him a vigilante. When his actions result in the death of an innocent kid and the justice system legitimizes it, that makes it a LYNCH MOB.

What directives?  There's no requirement to stay in the car.  There is nothing wrong with observing a person walking on a public street.  There is nothing wrong with carrying a gun.  In fact, it saved his life.

Zimmerman lied so many times its just absurd anyone would believe his story. He got his ass kicked because he crossed the line from being the eyes and ears of the police to being a security guard/cop. For me that is enough culpability to hold him accountable by some measure, even if it's only 5 years incarceration.

Again, where do you make up this information?  Certainly not from the trial or Zimmerman's statements.  The jury believe that Martin threw the first punch and then followed up with further assaults.  When did he cross the line?  What line did he cross?  Absent a physical assault he's just a guy on a public street.  The neighborhood watch guy on a public street watching a man he doesn't recognize walking around his gated community at night and in the rain attempting to allude him.  In fact, Trayvon's GF's explanation of 'cracka' would have us believe that Martin thought a security guard was following him.  Why would he fear a security guard?  Why didn't he call his dad if he was afraid?  Nobody points to any wrongdoing by Zimmerman.  In fact, no one even points to Zimmerman following Martin after the 911 operator tells him he doesn't have to do that (911 operators will tell you that you don't have to jump in the pool to save a drowning child because they are liable for acts you do at their request.  Zimmerman was under no obligation to obey a 911 operator.)  It's entirely contrived that Zimmerman initiated contact.

People have good reason to be outraged over this because it's an ongoing theme in America where there are two systems of justice - one for affluent whites in the suburbs and another for the nubians who live in the dirty ghettos. But when those nubians move into white neighborhoods everyone panics, just as Zimmerman did. We know this is the case because of all his recorded statements. The coward with a gun got away with murder. Pure and simple.

Zimmerman was not/is not an affluent white.  He lived in a relativity modest community that was at least 20% African-American.  The community was in the middle of a rash of burglaries and home invasions commited by young black males (not Trayvon obviously).  They were looking for the perpetrators.

I'll submit the underlying problem of this whole case is the violence prevalent in, as you call it "the dirty ghetto."  Trayvon may have been used to using violence to settle scores and slights.  Not necessarily fatal violence, but fist fights.  The violence tolerated between black youth in inner cities is simply not understood or tolerated outside that culture.   Trayvon had been suspended for fighting before and apparently accepted it as part of life (fighting).   Black males in today's society are killed disproportionately to any other group.  They are killed overwhelmingly by other Black males.  It's a vicious cycle with it's own causes that are tragic but focusing all that rage on a single Hispanic that defended himself from that violence is not rational.   In chicago and LA, the neighborhod watch is whatever gang controls the street.  There is plenty of violence between blacks and other blacks, hispanics vs blacks and hispanic vs. hispanic.  Some of it is racial and almost all is gange related.  Take a long look in mirror and ask yourself why there is not outrage for the poor black male killed by a poor hispanic male in a turf war and why there isn't a call for more prosecutions and more arrests.  Ask yourself why the same groups that want a stiff penalty for Zimmerman often want less incarcerations when the dead person is still the same poor minority kid.
2013-07-16 02:10:06 PM
2 votes:
Gyrfalcon: There's nothing like random violence and pointless mayhem to show people you're being unjustly stereotyped as violent thugs.


^That is a $5.00 comment, right there.^
2013-07-16 01:23:15 PM
2 votes:
With apologies to the Beatles:

I read the news today oh boy
About a black boy in eleventh grade
And though the news was rather sad
Well I just had to laugh
I saw the aftermath.

George blew his mind out on the sidewalk
He didn't notice the Skittles and tea
A crowd of police stood and stared
They'd seen his face before
Nobody was really sure
If he was white or Latino.

I saw a film today oh boy
The pundit Army had just gone to war
A crowd of people turned away
but I just had to look
Having read facebook.

I hate seeing this go on

Protests, it went to trial,
Dragged on for quite some while
Found a way to fark it up,
The defense went and claimed that it was fate.
Then the jury, thought 'bout that
They came back in two days flat
Found not guilty of a crime,
Then the jury spoke and some people began to scream

I read the news today oh boy
Four thousand protests across the land
And though the riots were rather small
Fox had to count them all
Now they know how many riots it takes to fill the news cycle.

I hate seeing this go on
2013-07-16 08:58:01 AM
2 votes:
muslimsocialservicesagency.org
2013-07-16 08:55:58 AM
2 votes:

Somacandra: jfivealive: And if Martin had used better judgment as well, he would still be alive.

So you're blaming the unarmed teen with no violent record out for a stroll being stalked by a larger man armed with a gun with a history of violence who initiated the entire situation and decided to be judge, jury and executioner all by himself? Wow. You are a piece of work.


LMAO - at the time of the incident, he was suspended from school for throwing a punch at the school bus driver AND he was the guy at school who organized the afterschool fight club.
2013-07-16 08:53:00 AM
2 votes:

FLMountainMan: Might I suggest the woman sentenced to twenty years for firing warning shots?


The woman who went to her ex-husband's house after she had a restraining order against him, entered the house thinking he was not home, found out he was home, left the scene, retrieved a firearm, called 911 and was heard saying that she 'got something' for him, and then fired a warning shot that ricocheted into the ceiling while in the presence of children who also could've been hit then turned down a plea deal and took her chances at trial where she was convicted and sentenced to 20 years due to mandatory minimum sentences?

Yeah. Once I actually found out the facts of that case, I was far less outraged over the injustice.

LasersHurt: So Zimmerman is innocent, because "reasonable doubt," but Martin is almost certainly responsible for the fight, because... he gets no "reasonable doubt"?


There's a reason that someone who was 338 feet from home could not get there in four minutes, and it's not because he's the slowest runner in the world.
2013-07-16 08:44:51 AM
2 votes:

HotWingConspiracy: BraveNewCheneyWorld: HotWingConspiracy: BraveNewCheneyWorld: HotWingConspiracy: Popcorn Johnny: eraser8: Yeah, I didn't think you could answer the question.

I already answered the question in a thread yesterday and I'm not going to keep playing his stupid game. He's a farking racist and so is anybody else who starts making assumptions that a person holds a particular view on the case or its aftermath based on the race of those involved.

So you mean like you, right? Because you've been going on for quite some time about how black people were sure to riot, because that's what black people do, right?

When black people promise that they're going to riot by the thousands, is it racist to believe them?

Again, black people share a hive mind and have no self control. We get it.

Ok, so, when black people promise by the thousands to do something, I'll have to say they're liars in order to be considered "not a racist" by you.  Makes perfect sense!

Or you can be like me, use your head, and correctly state that there wasn't going to be any riot.

BTW, do you really want us to believe you weren't predicting riots prior to seeing those tweets?


Except in every TM thread, half of your arguments were that TM had to "confront" GZ because he was scared of GZ and black people are all afraid of the cops. Therefore TM was an innocent little lamb who was unfairly gunned down as he was beating another man's head against the concrete.

HWC, you are the worst kind of racist. You sit there from up on high and take pity on those poor little minorities and make excuses for us based on stereotypes. We don't want your damn pity, and we sure as hell don't want you to speak for us; we can take care of ourselves.
2013-07-16 08:13:45 AM
2 votes:
25.media.tumblr.com
2013-07-16 08:02:22 AM
2 votes:

n0nthing: enry:
I'm going to guess the two of you are in favor of CCW.

I'm actually a big fan of CCW and carry pretty regularly.  I also find Zimmerman's actions to be despicable.  In the best of lights he intentionally and unnecessarily inserted himself into a potentially dangerous situation while armed and a kid died as a result.  I also find it pretty horrifying how many gun owners find absolutely no fault with what he did.  From a legal perspective, with the evidence available, he's not guilty of violating any laws.  From a moral perspective he's got a lot to answer for.


Such as what?
He followed someone he felt was acting suspicious, nothing legally or morally wrong here. I've done it myself.
The person he was following turned and confronted him, at best he backed down and made to call the police and at worst he challenged back with another question. Where's the immoral action here?
The followed then incites physical violence, G defends himself. Spot the immoral action here (hint: it wasn't the defense).

You expect me to condemn a man morally, because he did things that I myself would do and have done? His situation ended differently than mine, but that wasn't through any fault of his own.
2013-07-16 07:44:54 AM
2 votes:

HotWingConspiracy: Yeah the city is in flames! It's total bedlam! White people are cowering due to the negro menace!

Do you even know what a riot is? Canadians do more damage when their hockey team wins.

I'm still right, you're still a racist that considers black people to be out of control animals with a hive mind.


I've never seen somebody so upset, and racist, over being on the wrong side of a court verdict.

Stay gold, Pony Boy.
2013-07-16 07:44:05 AM
2 votes:

enry: /seriously, you're scared of a 17 year old?


Didn't have much time to FARK around this morning, so my daily quest for the dumbest thing posted in a thread led me straight to the Zimmerman thread du jour. Took me about thirty seconds. Thank you for your help.
2013-07-16 03:58:25 AM
2 votes:

tbeatty: Where'd you make that up from?  Most everyone is upset that a teenager died.  Even in Chicago they get upset when black unarned teens are killed.  It makes people angry and it should.  But the single juror you are talking about said the evidence and law was on Zimmerman's side, not that he was wrong and should be punished.  The juror said they believed it was Zimmerman screaming for help and Trayvon punched first and then followed up with more strikes.  It's straight up self-defense.  Nobody did anything wrong or illegal until Trayvon threw that first punch.   A single punch would have been a misdemeanor.  He followed that up with more strikes while on top of Zimmerman (again, this is what the jurors believed and was proven in court).  So now, with all that going on (broke nose, blood running down throat so it's hard to breathe  and in eyes so it's hard to see) and 5'11", 160 lb man experienced in fighting is banging Zimmerman's head on the concrete, did zimmerman reasonably fear for his life or that he might be seriously injured?  The juror says that the law and the facts said 'yes'.  It was not illegal for zimmerman to follow Trayvon and call police.  It was not illegal for Trayvon to be out walking the neighborhood.  It was not illegal for zimmerman to get out of the car.  The crime began with Trayvon's punch.  Zimmerman would not be justified in shooting him over a single punch.  Trayvon's follow-up though, made it reasonable to fear for zimmermans life.  Zimmerman did not land a single blow to Trayvon and the beating ended only when Trayvon was shot.  The beating lasted 40 seconds.  That's what the jury saw and heard and believed.  There's a ton of "if only's" on both sides but that didn't happen so the jury made their decision on the evidence and the law.



That's really the crux of the whole thing.  Who started the confrontation.  If Zimmerman initiated the fight then he'd have no self defense privilege (aggressors can't claim it).  If Trayvon began the fight then Zimmerman would, if he reasonably felt his life was in danger, have the privilege to use deadly force.  From what I could follow the evidence was inconclusive on who started the fight due in no small part to how police handled the initial scene and Zimmerman's person and possessions while in custody.

Even so, the fact remains that Zimmerman did initiate contact with Trayvon and did behave in a manner that would appear threatening to a youth walking alone at night in an unfamiliar area.  It was completely avoidable and Zimmerman should bear some responsibility for precipitating the events that led to his killing of an unarmed teen.
2013-07-16 03:26:10 AM
2 votes:

Taylor Mental: Jurors are now saying they knew Zimmerman was wrong and should have been punished but didn't have evidence to overcome reasonable doubt.


Where'd you make that up from?  Most everyone is upset that a teenager died.  Even in Chicago they get upset when black unarned teens are killed.  It makes people angry and it should.  But the single juror you are talking about said the evidence and law was on Zimmerman's side, not that he was wrong and should be punished.  The juror said they believed it was Zimmerman screaming for help and Trayvon punched first and then followed up with more strikes.  It's straight up self-defense.  Nobody did anything wrong or illegal until Trayvon threw that first punch.   A single punch would have been a misdemeanor.  He followed that up with more strikes while on top of Zimmerman (again, this is what the jurors believed and was proven in court).  So now, with all that going on (broke nose, blood running down throat so it's hard to breathe  and in eyes so it's hard to see) and 5'11", 160 lb man experienced in fighting is banging Zimmerman's head on the concrete, did zimmerman reasonably fear for his life or that he might be seriously injured?  The juror says that the law and the facts said 'yes'.  It was not illegal for zimmerman to follow Trayvon and call police.  It was not illegal for Trayvon to be out walking the neighborhood.  It was not illegal for zimmerman to get out of the car.  The crime began with Trayvon's punch.  Zimmerman would not be justified in shooting him over a single punch.  Trayvon's follow-up though, made it reasonable to fear for zimmermans life.  Zimmerman did not land a single blow to Trayvon and the beating ended only when Trayvon was shot.  The beating lasted 40 seconds.  That's what the jury saw and heard and believed.  There's a ton of "if only's" on both sides but that didn't happen so the jury made their decision on the evidence and the law.
2013-07-16 02:56:52 AM
2 votes:

What_Would_Jimi_Do: Taylor Mental: Jurors are now saying they knew Zimmerman was wrong and should have been punished but didn't have evidence to overcome reasonable doubt.

So this is basically another OJ or Casey Anthony bullshiat discussion that won't be resolved and the acolytes of the criminal won't shut up until the next Nancy Grace show.

when a jury of your peers has no evidence to convict you, it means you are not a criminal.


How many lynch mobs were convicted, I wonder?

Just because the law is poorly written doesn't mean he didn't do anything wrong.
2013-07-16 02:38:39 AM
2 votes:
All day long I was wonderin' "Who's The Firebug Monk who didn't punch his Neighborhood Watch guy?"
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2013-07-16 02:13:39 AM
2 votes:
more americans should riot

just not about this
2013-07-16 01:53:40 AM
2 votes:

ferg4096: Why would they riot in LA over this?


Black people riot when they feel wronged. Because racism or some shiat.

/try to act human, animals
//mob mentality at its finest
2013-07-16 01:50:22 AM
2 votes:

TheJoe03: dinwv: Hey, why don't white people riot once in awhile?

www.cbc.ca


Obviously that man is not rioting and calling for order in a rather difficult situation. Very commendable.

blog.seattlepi.com

This one is borderline. The gentleman in front is outraged about the government ignoring the basic rights of one of his fellow citizens. The rest of the peaceful protesters, however, pulled him back and talked him down. They all continued their protest and peacefully resolved their grievances.

img.thesun.co.uk

Here a fire had broken out. The local Fire Department was on the other side of the building, but these men decided to don their riot gear so they could use their shield to protect bystanders from falling debris. Look on the far left as one of the citizens helps the poor officer to his feet so he can continue to look for survivors.

www.theage.com.au

That you include this picture at all is ridiculous. The man in the center of the photo was dehydrated and nearly dead. The crowd came to his aid. Look at everyone give up their bottles of water just so that man can survive long enough to receive medical attention.

/your superior white race would NEVER riot, just those evil darkies.


See, you should be ashamed of yourself.
2013-07-16 01:32:11 AM
2 votes:

dinwv: Hey, why don't white people riot once in awhile?


Over what?  We always get our way.
2013-07-16 01:24:04 AM
2 votes:
Just the sight of Nancy Grace enrages me in ways that are otherwise damn near impossible to get me to
2013-07-16 01:18:14 AM
2 votes:

cameroncrazy1984: RevMercutio: Benevolent Misanthrope: Sooooooo, people in California are protesting a jury decision in Florida by acting like people from Seattle.

Or acting like we won an NBA title.

Or lost a Stanley Cup.


www.cbc.ca

We can fap hope.
2013-07-16 01:12:08 AM
2 votes:
CNN reporting 2 city blocks on fire, 48 wounded, bodies everywhere.
2013-07-16 01:08:02 AM
2 votes:

Gyrfalcon: SubBass49: NEW LIVE FEED (KTLA)

Well, that takes care of that.

Clearly, the LAPD did learn a lesson from that clusterf*ck in 1992: Close it down fast with no violence and maximum presence. And don't wait for Chief Gates to get back from telling everyone how there isn't going to be a riot.



Don't kid yourself.

They WANT a riot.

They're just waiting for the critical mass.
2013-07-16 01:06:08 AM
2 votes:

teenage mutant ninja rapist: ThatDarkFellow: pheelix: ThatDarkFellow: ThatDarkFellow: Fire a few of these into the crowd instead of teargas:

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The brothers came with guns; they left with jobs. Oh, yes, whitey is very tricky.

I'm not a violent man. I was solving two problems at once.

/not white, though
//well, i'm Zimmerman white

So your mexican?


His mexican what?
2013-07-16 01:05:55 AM
2 votes:
static5.businessinsider.com

Didn't these people get the memo???
2013-07-16 12:46:39 AM
2 votes:
Violent crowd with no way for help to get to you...if you have any farking brains you'd get the fark out of there, and if you're in a car?  Drive away as quickly as you can.

Nothing good can come from being around that group, even if you're not "participating".
2013-07-16 11:56:05 PM
1 votes:

BuckTurgidson: [www.naturalnews.com image 400x225]
[msnbcmedia.msn.com image 380x254]

Why so jumpy and shooty, LAPD?

Guilty conscience?

By the way, did you ever do the right thing by those two innocent newspaper delivery women you tried but failed to summarily put to death?
Or did you lawyer it all away and blame the victims?

/Thought so, you utterly corrupt f*cks.


I believe they offered a rental vehicle to the couple they actually hit with bullets, or something like that, then went back on even that.

/yeah, that was a seriously farked up situation
//put me in Dorner's corner somewhat, even if he was psycho
2013-07-16 07:19:41 PM
1 votes:

TheJoe03: The thought process of a racist confounds me.


Oh, and pointing out flaws doesn't make one a racist.  So stop trying to shame those who point out your ignorance, we know enough not to be shamed by you.
2013-07-16 06:55:53 PM
1 votes:

iq_in_binary: What_Would_Jimi_Do: Taylor Mental: Jurors are now saying they knew Zimmerman was wrong and should have been punished but didn't have evidence to overcome reasonable doubt.

So this is basically another OJ or Casey Anthony bullshiat discussion that won't be resolved and the acolytes of the criminal won't shut up until the next Nancy Grace show.

when a jury of your peers has no evidence to convict you, it means you are not a criminal.

How many lynch mobs were convicted, I wonder?

Just because the law is poorly written doesn't mean he didn't do anything wrong.


And this is what I'm thinking. When a community watch guy carries a gun and ignores all directives to not become involved in the apprehension and questioning of suspects it makes him a vigilante. When his actions result in the death of an innocent kid and the justice system legitimizes it, that makes it a LYNCH MOB.

Zimmerman lied so many times its just absurd anyone would believe his story. He got his ass kicked because he crossed the line from being the eyes and ears of the police to being a security guard/cop. For me that is enough culpability to hold him accountable by some measure, even if it's only 5 years incarceration.

People have good reason to be outraged over this because it's an ongoing theme in America where there are two systems of justice - one for affluent whites in the suburbs and another for the nubians who live in the dirty ghettos. But when those nubians move into white neighborhoods everyone panics, just as Zimmerman did. We know this is the case because of all his recorded statements. The coward with a gun got away with murder. Pure and simple.
2013-07-16 04:16:40 PM
1 votes:

Wizzywig: No. I am going to throw myself to the wolves here and not be a b*tch and say I don't think he acted in poor judgement by following. He followed a suspicious person, and he did what he should have done IMO. People (not saying TM was one of them) were robbing his neighborhood, and getting away. As long as he kept a distance and didn't get all up in his grillspace, he did what I would have done. Hindsight is 20/20, and without that benefit there is no way. Someone posted about this earlier in the thread, as to how this situation is actually taken into account under the law. It was probably the most helpful and brilliant posts I have seen on FARK, like...ever. Situations like this almost never result in a FATALITY!111!!! It happens, so I am sure some idiot will post a few examples, but typically following someone at a safe distance will not cause this. That said, we don't know that distance or any of the other circumstances surrounding the "following" thus, the real problem with the case.


You are correct.  If Trayvon had stayed away from Zimmerman instead of getting up in is grill there would have been no fatality.  If he was afraid, a call to dad to come get him would have helped too.
2013-07-16 03:45:14 PM
1 votes:

Wizzywig: No. I am going to throw myself to the wolves here and not be a b*tch and say I don't think he acted in poor judgement by following. He followed a suspicious person, and he did what he should have done IMO. People (not saying TM was one of them) were robbing his neighborhood, and getting away. As long as he kept a distance and didn't get all up in his grillspace, he did what I would have done. Hindsight is 20/20, and without that benefit there is no way. Someone posted about this earlier in the thread, as to how this situation is actually taken into account under the law. It was probably the most helpful and brilliant posts I have seen on FARK, like...ever. Situations like this almost never result in a FATALITY!111!!! It happens, so I am sure some idiot will post a few examples, but typically following someone at a safe distance will not cause this. That said, we don't know that distance or any of the other circumstances surrounding the "following" thus, the real problem with the case.


That's a great point, actually. Thanks!
2013-07-16 11:07:33 AM
1 votes:

HotWingConspiracy: ChaosStar: HotWingConspiracy: ChaosStar: There is no circumstance, at all, period, where a balled up fist ON ITS OWN justifies lethal force, and I never said it did.
Ever

Oh man, you should tell Popcorn that. He says it's legal in Florida.

I would be willing to bet that if you cited the post, that's not at all what he said and that you're just purposely misinterpreting what he did say to be a troll.

I'm just hoping you legal scholars can hash this out. My plate is full with the gun banning and such.


That's what I thought, goodbye troll.
2013-07-16 11:02:56 AM
1 votes:

HotWingConspiracy: ChaosStar: There is no circumstance, at all, period, where a balled up fist ON ITS OWN justifies lethal force, and I never said it did.
Ever

Oh man, you should tell Popcorn that. He says it's legal in Florida.


I would be willing to bet that if you cited the post, that's not at all what he said and that you're just purposely misinterpreting what he did say to be a troll.
2013-07-16 10:47:42 AM
1 votes:
Funny last time I posted Photos of the riot with people smashing windows, the mods deleted my post and said I was trying to incite a flamewar, sounds like someone was simply butthurt over the not guilty plea.
2013-07-16 10:43:37 AM
1 votes:

HotWingConspiracy: Dimensio: HotWingConspiracy: Dimensio: I_C_Weener: Dimensio: The sight of a "balled up fist", absent any other context, is not sufficient to demonstrate an imminent threat of a punch. Therefore, deadly force is not justified merely based upon a sight.

It would depend.

Is the balled up fist from Mike Tyson after I insulted his lisp?

Your statement implies specific context. HotWingConspiracy's question did not. A "balled up fist", combined with other contextual circumstances, may justify the use of deadly force. A "balled up first" is not, however, justification for use of deadly force under all possible circumstances.

So you can indeed simply shoot an unarmed person and claim self defense. Just need what, a verbal threat? The ol "knife across the throat with my index finger" gimmick?

No possible rational nor honest interpretation of my statement allows for the conclusion that you have derived. How, then, did you arrive at it?

So a verbal threat doesn't qualify as a contextual circumstance?


other contextual circumstances
Amongst two able bodies males, a balled up fist does not justify lethal force
An able bodies male vs a smaller female, a balled up fist and threat can justify lethal force due to disparity of force.

For the example you keep tirelessly bringing up, no, a balled fist on its own does not justify use of lethal force.
2013-07-16 10:28:42 AM
1 votes:
"The rights of the many have been abused by the actions of a few," said LAPD Chief Charlie Beck.

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2013-07-16 10:14:17 AM
1 votes:

dinwv: Hey, why don't white people riot once in awhile?


Don't have time, they have jobs they have to be at and taxes to pay.


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2013-07-16 10:03:12 AM
1 votes:

HotWingConspiracy: So then you agree with me that all the attempts to justify the shooting based on "one punch can kill" are completely invalid. I'm glad to have you on board.


The shooting was justified because Zimmerman was on his back with Martin on top of him raining down blows and striking his head with concrete.
2013-07-16 09:59:57 AM
1 votes:

eraser8: I admit I haven't been paying very close attention.  But, other than the defendant's statement, I don't see any good evidence of who assaulted whom.


Defendant's multiple, and consistent statements.
Jenteal's statement that Martin was concerned he was being followed by a "nubian" and a "creepy ass cracka".
Jenteal's statement that Martin went home, then went back outside.
Jenteal's statement that Martin spoke to Zimmerman first, "Why you following me?"
Jenteal's statement that Zimmerman said something like , "What are you doing? " (Not sure this is correct)
Jenteal's statement that Martin refused to run when she suggested it.
The 911 call which is consistent with Zimmerman's statement including (keep an eye on him, and 'we don't need you to do that').  And which is consistent with Zimmerman's statement that when he lost Martin, he told the operator that and was heading back (very plausible considering the recording), hung up the phone.

But I'll give you that we don't have an eyewitness to the start of the altercation.  At best we have an ear witness to part of it, who says Martin left the safety of his home, and went back out to talk to Zimmerman.
2013-07-16 09:21:18 AM
1 votes:

eraser8: How do you know Zimmerman didn't assault Martin?


Because there is no evidence to support that. If your constant refrain is "well we don't know that" then look at what we do know, and come up with a reasonable explanation other than the one given by the only eyewitness, which is wholly supported by all the facts, and most of the eyewitness testimony, INCLUDING that of Rachel Jeantel.

"You don't get your own facts." - Every liberal ever.
2013-07-16 09:13:44 AM
1 votes:

eraser8: jfivealive: If Martin had gone home, or at the very least, called the police, I believe he would still be alive.

He might have been.  We'll never know.

But, we do know that the entire chain of events was set off by Zimmerman.  We know that he acted foolishly.

And, blaming the victim seems more than a little grotesque.


Foolish is not illegal, assaulting someone is. Victim is GZ, and will continue to be because of racists.
2013-07-16 09:12:35 AM
1 votes:
25.media.tumblr.com
Look like Obama's sons?
2013-07-16 09:07:45 AM
1 votes:

heili skrimsli: eraser8: Selma Mora's.

Unfortunately for her, what she testified to (Martin being shot while prone with Zimmerman on his back) could not have happened. Martin was shot in the chest at a 90 degree angle. Selma Mora was simply wrong.


He is thinking of someone else. Which is typical. He can't even get the names right.
Mora didn't even know anything was going on until after the gunshot. She then went outside to witness Zimmerman's version of events. But there was Jayne Syrdyka who said "the bigger person" on top, and BDLR explained to us how a loose hoodie might make someone seem larger(dumbass prosecutor shot so many holes in their own version of events). Jayne's thought that she saw the gun shot happen with George firing down is forensically impossible.

Facts are racist.
2013-07-16 09:05:21 AM
1 votes:

enry: heili skrimsli: enry: I'm going to guess the two of you are in favor of CCW.

No surprise you have a problem with that.

Why do you care more about the rights of criminals than their victims?

I have a problem with the fact you're so scared of the people around you that you'd rather kill them.

/everyone has rights, even criminals.  Which is why Zimmerman got a trial.
//or are criminals (err..suspects) now subhumans that don't deserve to live?


A willingness to use deadly force in self-defense against a violent attacker is not logically equivalent to a fear and a desire to kill nearby people. While I understand that differentiating between the two concepts may be confusing to intellectually bankrupt individuals, they are in fact, substantially different.
2013-07-16 09:00:28 AM
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2013-07-16 08:55:53 AM
1 votes:

Rapmaster2000: Why are people completely mystified by the idea of a white hispanic?


Because its a racist subdivision with no real meaning.
It only serves to separate some Hispanics from the blacks and the whites of similar ethnicity.

/It would be like calling the president a white African.
2013-07-16 08:55:01 AM
1 votes:

eraser8: jfivealive: Do we?  I believe the testimony stated that Martin was on top until the shot was fired, and then Zimmerman got on top of him after he was shot.  Which testimony disputes that?

Selma Mora's.


I'm sorry, I don't know what that means.  I will have to use the google and get back to you.

jfivealive: And if Martin had used better judgment as well, he would still be alive.

That's a much harder claim to make.  As you've admitted, we don't know how the fight started.  If Zimmerman started the fight, what is the better judgment that Martin could have used that would have guaranteed his survival?


We do know that Martin was out of sight from Zimmerman for several minutes.  We know from Jenteal's testimony that Martin was almost home and that he turned back.  We also know Martin had a cell phone.  If Martin had gone home, or at the very least, called the police, I believe he would still be alive.
2013-07-16 08:54:47 AM
1 votes:

jso2897: True - but there have been a couple of noisy demonstrations, so they can call those riots, declare themselves the "winners" (On The Internets!), and we can ALL be happy! It's an ideal outcome.


Multiple people were beaten, a walmart was looted, and property was destroyed.  By all means, let's see how many of each it takes for you to believe it's a riot, I'd like to laugh.
2013-07-16 08:53:49 AM
1 votes:

HotWingConspiracy: zeroman987: HotWingConspiracy: BraveNewCheneyWorld: HotWingConspiracy: BraveNewCheneyWorld: HotWingConspiracy: Popcorn Johnny: eraser8: Yeah, I didn't think you could answer the question.

I already answered the question in a thread yesterday and I'm not going to keep playing his stupid game. He's a farking racist and so is anybody else who starts making assumptions that a person holds a particular view on the case or its aftermath based on the race of those involved.

So you mean like you, right? Because you've been going on for quite some time about how black people were sure to riot, because that's what black people do, right?

When black people promise that they're going to riot by the thousands, is it racist to believe them?

Again, black people share a hive mind and have no self control. We get it.

Ok, so, when black people promise by the thousands to do something, I'll have to say they're liars in order to be considered "not a racist" by you.  Makes perfect sense!

Or you can be like me, use your head, and correctly state that there wasn't going to be any riot.

BTW, do you really want us to believe you weren't predicting riots prior to seeing those tweets?

Except in every TM thread, half of your arguments were that TM had to "confront" GZ because he was scared of GZ and black people are all afraid of the cops.

No I never said that, liar.

As the rest of your drivel was premised on this lie, there is no need to address it.


You did! I stated that TM should have called the cops instead of staying on the phone with his girlfriend. And you posted that it was understandable that he didn't because he probably thought they would harass him. Dude you have lost you freaking mind. This isn't about race. Maybe it is because I have lived in both florida and chicago, but florida really doesn't have the same kind of racial tensions chicago does. Chicago always feels like its about to boil over with violence, but when I lived in florida, it never felt that way.
2013-07-16 08:51:04 AM
1 votes:

FLMountainMan: Glad to see people are focused on actually trying to get shiat changed instead of burning down neighborhoods.  Hopefully, Obama's anti-riot teams are a contributing factor to that.

So when do white liberals go back to not caring when young black men are shot? You've milked this for all the "See, I'm not racist" points its worth, what's next?  Might I suggest the woman sentenced to twenty years for firing warning shots?   www.cbsnews.com="" 8301-201_162-57433184="" fla-mom-gets-20-years-for-firing-warning-shots="" target="_blank" a="">http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-201_162-57433184/fla-mom-gets-20-yea rs-for -firing-warning-shots/  I'm sure you'll have to cooperate with the NRA, who is no doubt eagerly protesting this too, but good causes make for strange bedfellows.


Yeah.  I hate that this was pushed out by the media as a black versus a white.  They knew what would result from that...more disaster for them to report on.

I do feel that the outcome was wrong, but at the same time, I have to shake my head for the "protestors"...you know, most of them being excons or with reasonably long rap sheets, out on the streets just to start shiat for the sake of playing the race card.

I hope that when there is a group of black gang members that rob or beat up a white guy, and there is a cell video of the incident put in to evidence with the guys calling him a "stupid ass honky!"  that there is racial outcrying by the black community that these gang members are perpetuating the------------ oh, you mean that won't happen?  Shocking.

It sucks that in 2013 this is still the case...and it sucks even more that there can be protesting on a double standard, especially when there are so many cases where the roles are reversed, yet no one gives two shiats about reporting about them in the media because it doesn't sell.
2013-07-16 08:50:27 AM
1 votes:

pedobearapproved: Here's the CSB/self-important hipster version

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"I didn't jump on the neighborhood watch and beat his head against the concrete, so I got to live, I can promise you, some stupid son of a biatch will think its the exact same situation and make a poster out of me"
2013-07-16 08:50:17 AM
1 votes:

jfivealive: And if Martin had used better judgment as well, he would still be alive.


So you're blaming the unarmed teen with no violent record out for a stroll being stalked by a larger man armed with a gun with a history of violence who initiated the entire situation and decided to be judge, jury and executioner all by himself? Wow. You are a piece of work.
2013-07-16 08:47:50 AM
1 votes:

BraveNewCheneyWorld: HotWingConspiracy: BraveNewCheneyWorld: A bunch of people going down streets, wrecking property, beating people, looting stores, and being held in by police lines isn't a riot?

Nope.

Where are the burning cities? Where is the widespread mayhem you were all predicting?

Just admit you were wrong, and that you're completely bummed about it. You bought all that ammo for nothing.


riot
ri·ot  [rahy-uht]Show IPAnoun
1.a noisy, violent public disorder caused by a group or crowd of pers o ns, as by a crowd protestingagainst another group, a government  policy, etc., in the streets.
2.Law.a disturbance of the public by three or more persons acting tog e ther in a disrupting andtumultuous manne r in carrying out their private purposes.

Lrn2English


You didn't get your riots. I feel bad for you.
2013-07-16 08:47:48 AM
1 votes:

eraser8: BraveNewCheneyWorld: He won't, or he'll make some excuse as to why that "doesn't count"

To make your claim, you must have already done this...so, why not just produce the list?


You - "Why don't you just post thousands of lines from your "#justicefortrayvon riot" search?  You expect us to put in that much time researching something for ourselves!?  I want my knowledge spoon fed to me!"
2013-07-16 08:47:37 AM
1 votes:

Somacandra: Carth: There were a handful of assholes on both sides hoping for riots.

I sense that the ones who want riots on one side have little power and access to media, while those on the other side are proud and prominent--possibly in possession of their own talk radio shows, tv opinion shows and even their own cable informatiion network.


Maybe. From what I've read the promartin people who wanted riots were bragging about it on twitter and the prozimmerman people were looking at those and saying "oh gee wouldn't riots be terrible (wink wink)" or something to that effect. Both wanted them to further their own interests and both were, in my opinion, assholes for doing it.
2013-07-16 08:47:33 AM
1 votes:
So, basically, a couple of shifty people joined the protests then broke off to try and loot some stuff under cover of the crowd and it all broke up pretty quickly after that becasue the police dropped in on them.

Worst. Riot. EVER.
2013-07-16 08:45:35 AM
1 votes:

eraser8: Gdalescrboz: Not only did white people not riot after OJ got off, black people celebrated in the streets.  Don't know about anyone else but I dont see any celebrations, just riots

Where are these riots people keep talking about?

A few windows broken by numskulls does not a riot make.


There aren't any - but don't interrupt the narrative - they're on a roll.
2013-07-16 08:44:09 AM
1 votes:

HotWingConspiracy: So many disappointed racists. This just isn't panning out for you guys.


Right? They all wanted a guilty verdict and can't understand how trials and evidence work.

Oh...wait...you're talking about the other guys that were responding to the threats of rioting. I get it.

Keep whipping that dead kid horse. You're getting a lot mileage out of it.
2013-07-16 08:43:49 AM
1 votes:
eraser8:
We have no idea who started the fight.

You are right, we can't be certain who first initiated the confrontation.  However, we can weigh the testimony given and come to a conclusion.  Just not one with absolute certainty.

We have conflicting testimony about who was on top at any given moment.

Do we?  I believe the testimony stated that Martin was on top until the shot was fired, and then Zimmerman got on top of him after he was shot.  Which testimony disputes that?

What we do know is that had Zimmerman used better judgment and stayed in his vehicle, no fight would have occurred and Martin would still be alive.

And if Martin had used better judgment as well, he would still be alive.
2013-07-16 08:43:10 AM
1 votes:
Count me as one who has genuinely been surprised there hasn't been quite a bit more shiat going down.

Cause really Oakland and LA doesn't count, there's always something happening there.
2013-07-16 08:41:53 AM
1 votes:
This is it, Conservatives! The moment you've been waiting for!
2013-07-16 08:41:05 AM
1 votes:
Not only did white people not riot after OJ got off, black people celebrated in the streets.  Don't know about anyone else but I dont see any celebrations, just riots
2013-07-16 08:39:33 AM
1 votes:

BraveNewCheneyWorld: HotWingConspiracy: Popcorn Johnny: eraser8: Yeah, I didn't think you could answer the question.

I already answered the question in a thread yesterday and I'm not going to keep playing his stupid game. He's a farking racist and so is anybody else who starts making assumptions that a person holds a particular view on the case or its aftermath based on the race of those involved.

So you mean like you, right? Because you've been going on for quite some time about how black people were sure to riot, because that's what black people do, right?

When black people promise that they're going to riot by the thousands, is it racist to believe them?


When a pile of whackos promise a civil war if Obama gets re-elected, is it racist to believe them or do we just write them off as stupid nutters and point and laugh?
2013-07-16 08:37:42 AM
1 votes:

SunsetLament: eraser8: BraveNewCheneyWorld: Ok, so, when black people promise by the thousands to do something

Again, what thousands of black people made this promise?  Can you name them?

Step 1: Go on Twitter
Step 2: Search for word "Riot"
Step 3: Also search for word "Roit" (lots of brain surgeons threatening to riot)
Step 4: Start counting

Let us know what you come up with.


He won't, or he'll make some excuse as to why that "doesn't count"
2013-07-16 08:31:07 AM
1 votes:

BraveNewCheneyWorld: Twitter.com  - there you go.  There's also numerous blogs, but honestly, we both know you're not going to read anything that might shatter your precious ignorance.


1) I didn't see thousands of black people promising riots.  Frankly, I saw more anti-black racists predicting riots than I saw black people promising them.

2) I asked for a citation specifically because I want to be informed of the information in your possession that I am ignorant of.  That's the whole point of asking a question.
2013-07-16 08:31:04 AM
1 votes:

jaybeezey: Perhaps if someone had tried engaging in conversation and not gone straight to violence


There is no proof of this statement. There is no proof who started the confrontation. And it's irrelevant now; try not to gloat too hard about a dead kid.
2013-07-16 08:30:04 AM
1 votes:

iq_in_binary: JK47: iq_in_binary:

Really the whole thing could have gone the other way.  We could be having a discussion about a guy who wanted to be (but wasn't) a cop carrying a concealed weapon and prowling around his neighborhood for threats as he perceives them.  A teenager caught by surprise and confronted by an aggressive armed man reacts and during a brief violent struggles knocks the man unconscious who then later succumbs to his wounds in the hospital.  I wonder how the trial would have turned out then.

I would have been proud to stand up and say:

"A gun in your pocket does not a police officer make. Don't go snooping around if you don't have the training to handle someone taking offense to it."

And yes, my job was snooping around. It could have been me Zimmerman was starting shiat with, and it WOULD have been me stomping a mud hole in him and walking it dry if he didn't get his creepy ass away from me, or let me get mine away from him. Normal people call the cops. I like dealing with cops far more than the local Neighborhood Watch. Because normally I NEVER deal with the Neighborhood Watch, their mantra is OBSERVE AND REPORT. They don't walk up to you with a gun on them and start shiat.

Hell, the normal neighborhood watch people are usually my best damn friend when I'm gumshoeing, once I identify who I am and what I'm investigating they're usually a huge help, the do make a habit of observing after all.


Perhaps if someone had tried engaging in conversation and not gone straight to violence he would still be alive today and biatcing about the time he was confused for a possible criminal by the only white hispanic anyone has ever heard of.
2013-07-16 08:23:29 AM
1 votes:

HotWingConspiracy: BraveNewCheneyWorld: HotWingConspiracy: Popcorn Johnny: eraser8: Yeah, I didn't think you could answer the question.

I already answered the question in a thread yesterday and I'm not going to keep playing his stupid game. He's a farking racist and so is anybody else who starts making assumptions that a person holds a particular view on the case or its aftermath based on the race of those involved.

So you mean like you, right? Because you've been going on for quite some time about how black people were sure to riot, because that's what black people do, right?

When black people promise that they're going to riot by the thousands, is it racist to believe them?

Again, black people share a hive mind and have no self control. We get it.


Ok, so, when black people promise by the thousands to do something, I'll have to say they're liars in order to be considered "not a racist" by you.  Makes perfect sense!
2013-07-16 08:20:24 AM
1 votes:

HotWingConspiracy: So you mean like you, right? Because you've been going on for quite some time about how black people were sure to riot, because that's what black people do, right?


Was I wrong? Making an observation based on past history isn't racist, it's how predictions are made.

You on the other hand, claim to know everyone's motivation for their opinions about this case.
2013-07-16 08:20:18 AM
1 votes:
25.media.tumblr.com
2013-07-16 08:16:26 AM
1 votes:
What I don't understand is the news outlets claiming that Zimmerman is white....he is not. He is of Hispanic descent. Every form I fill out differentiates Hispanic from White, Black, American Indian, etc.

Could they be stirring the pot to encourage outrage and violence so they would have outrage and violence to report on so they could sell more copies or get better ratings?
2013-07-16 08:15:52 AM
1 votes:

Rapmaster2000: This just proves that my decision to live my entire life in the same rural town, limiting myself to lower income potential and opportunity was the right decision!  Suck it, areas of population!


Lower population density also works to your advantage during a zombie outbreak
2013-07-16 08:04:27 AM
1 votes:

n0nthing: I'm actually a big fan of CCW and carry pretty regularly. I also find Zimmerman's actions to be despicable. In the best of lights he intentionally and unnecessarily inserted himself into a potentially dangerous situation while armed and a kid died as a result. I also find it pretty horrifying how many gun owners find absolutely no fault with what he did. From a legal perspective, with the evidence available, he's not guilty of violating any laws. From a moral perspective he's got a lot to answer for.


1) Zimmerman didn't make the situation "dangerous"; Martin did. Zimmerman only "inserted himself". And the situation didn't even become "dangerous" until Martin decided to make it so. Not illegal on Zimmerman's part, nor even immoral. People "insert their selves" into dangerous situations on a daily basis, usually with positive outcomes. The difference here: Martin's aggression and belligerence.

2) Zimmerman only wanted to maintain visual contact. Martin initiated and escalated physical contact and altercation to the point  where Zimmerman felt lethal force was necessary.
2013-07-16 07:58:53 AM
1 votes:

HotWingConspiracy: indarwinsshadow: Nothing like taking all the gains you've made over the past couple of years, and flushing them down the toilet. What a proud moment in black history.

Remember everyone, black people are a monolith and all should be judged by the actions of a few people in California.



You mean the way Fark progressives  judge all gun owners?
2013-07-16 07:54:01 AM
1 votes:
enry:
I'm going to guess the two of you are in favor of CCW.

I'm actually a big fan of CCW and carry pretty regularly.  I also find Zimmerman's actions to be despicable.  In the best of lights he intentionally and unnecessarily inserted himself into a potentially dangerous situation while armed and a kid died as a result.  I also find it pretty horrifying how many gun owners find absolutely no fault with what he did.  From a legal perspective, with the evidence available, he's not guilty of violating any laws.  From a moral perspective he's got a lot to answer for.
2013-07-16 07:42:06 AM
1 votes:

Popcorn Johnny: HotWingConspiracy: So many disappointed racists. This just isn't panning out for you guys.

Hey buddy, looks like you were wrong. This isn't over either, expect more of the same tonight.


Yeah the city is in flames! It's total bedlam! White people are cowering due to the negro menace!

Do you even know what a riot is? Canadians do more damage when their hockey team wins.

I'm still right, you're still a racist that considers black people to be out of control animals with a hive mind.
2013-07-16 07:40:06 AM
1 votes:

enry: I'm going to guess the two of you are in favor of CCW.


No surprise you have a problem with that.

Why do you care more about the rights of criminals than their victims?
2013-07-16 07:39:04 AM
1 votes:

Popcorn Johnny: This isn't over either, expect more of the same tonight.


Minor disturbances?  Oh noes!
2013-07-16 07:32:32 AM
1 votes:
So many disappointed racists. This just isn't panning out for you guys.
2013-07-16 07:00:23 AM
1 votes:
What I really want to know after all this, seriously now, could Farkus have shot and killed Ralphie after their fight, 'cause it's pretty similar:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XvijyBIgazE

I mean come on, that was just a life threatening asswhopin right there.
m00
2013-07-16 05:57:50 AM
1 votes:

tbeatty: I am just trying to figure out why he would be out in the pouring rain, walk a mile, attack a complete stranger for looking at him within 70 yards of his house.


Because he was a dumb teenager.

This whole ordeal is just a result of a dumb snowflake rebellious teenager who may or may not have been "up to no good" having a run-in with an overweight narcissist who is a crime-fighting superhero in his own mind. It's pretty obvious how it escalated.
2013-07-16 05:56:12 AM
1 votes:

NickelP: http://i.imgur.com/OiGIC.jpg


Lol "posing aggressively with money in his hand". What the fark does that even mean? OH NO BETTER RUN HE HAS MONEY AND MIGHT GIVE YOU A PAPERCUT!!!!
m00
2013-07-16 05:54:11 AM
1 votes:

TheJoe03: You have no proof he was high on ANYTHING when this went down, let alone tripping on DXM, you are trying to actively justify his death anyway you can.


I can guarantee you he wasn't high on DXM at the time. Like, if the claim was he was high on coke or PCP, fine. But DXM doesn't make you violent. There's a lot of "reefer madness" in this thread.
2013-07-16 05:47:27 AM
1 votes:

tbeatty: TheJoe03: NickelP: How long does that stuff last in your system?  He seems to self admit to it with the fb/texts.  Or are those not true?

No idea how toxicology reports work with drug testing, I just now about piss tests and stuff. Also, what proof do you have about these fb posts and texts? I keep looking for some proof on Google but the sources are all right wing and have an agenda. The fact that people are seemingly making up reasons to kill this kid is pretty pathetic and disgusting to me. Hell, even if he did drugs, that isn't a reason to kill someone, especially if he wasn't on said drugs when this went down. If he was surely the autopsy and all that would find about it, not some random right wing bloggers.

I have no idea how long it's in the system or if if he had taken it before.  I am just trying to figure out why he would be out in the pouring rain, walk a mile, attack a complete stranger for looking at him within 70 yards of his house.  He's 8 seconds from being home..  Trayvon was an experienced fighter and broke zimmermans nose with the first punch and then proceeded to beat him for 40 seconds.   Zimmerman didn't land a single blow and spent the entire fight on his back.  Why didn't Martin run away after the punch that broke zimmermans nose?  Why didn't Trayvon call his dad if he was scared ("Hey dad, there's this creepy cracka following me, can you come over and pick me up?")  We can't ask him because he's dead.


I haven't gotten a good answer on this. Zimmerman is getting the crap beat out of him but doesn't land a single punch but is able to reach behind his nack, unholster his penis compensator, and immediately plugs Martin. Doesn't wave it in his face or use it as a way of getting out of the situation, just *blam".

And yes, convenient we can't ask Martin. Very convenient indeed.
2013-07-16 05:42:05 AM
1 votes:

NickelP: If you have one party that self admits to using a drug causing paranoia and confusion, and seems to have been having trouble procuring said drug, leading to him using knockoffs, that seems relevant.  When the same party has substantiated messages referring to his fights and wanting to fight more because he didn't beat the shiat out of the person enough, and trying to obtain illegal weapons, that certainly also seems relevant.


You have no proof he was high on ANYTHING when this went down, let alone tripping on DXM, you are trying to actively justify his death anyway you can. The fact that Zimmerman was found not guilty should be enough evidence for you but you insist on muddying the waters and accusing this kid of tripping when there is no evidence for your claim. You Zimmerman people talk so much about evidence but now you act like it doesn't matter you have none when you accuse him of being some druggie to make his death seem more justifiable. It's sad to see but that's where we're at in this country.
2013-07-16 04:50:05 AM
1 votes:

pedobearapproved: at least you aren't this guy.

[i7.photobucket.com image 531x800]


Wow, that looks like fun. I wanna try.

i.imgur.com
2013-07-16 04:46:45 AM
1 votes:

tbeatty: But more to get back on point, the portrayal that he was getting candy and a soda while ignoring all his drug posts in messages and facebook does a disservice to the people about to riot.


Again, what evidence do you have? You can say it as much as you want but you have no proof.
2013-07-16 04:34:48 AM
1 votes:

JK47: That's really the crux of the whole thing. Who started the confrontation. If Zimmerman initiated the fight then he'd have no self defense privilege (aggressors can't claim it). If Trayvon began the fight then Zimmerman would, if he reasonably felt his life was in danger, have the privilege to use deadly force. From what I could follow the evidence was inconclusive on who started the fight due in no small part to how police handled the initial scene and Zimmerman's person and possessions while in custody.

Even so, the fact remains that Zimmerman did initiate contact with Trayvon and did behave in a manner that would appear threatening to a youth walking alone at night in an unfamiliar area. It was completely avoidable and Zimmerman should bear some responsibility for precipitating the events that led to his killing of an unarmed teen.


Exactly my conclusion, and almost exactly mirrors a post I made to a friend on Facebook.
2013-07-16 04:16:37 AM
1 votes:

tbeatty: Lean is made from that and sprite and jolly ranchers  Variants for DMX, Arizona watermelon tea and skittles are others.  Trayvon posted on facebook about the DMX variants.


The fact you keep calling DXM "DMX" just shows how full of shiat you are.
2013-07-16 04:14:37 AM
1 votes:

tbeatty: Arizona Watermelon tea/punch, skittles and Robitussin (DMX) make Purple Drank which is a variant of LEAN with DMX instead of codeine.  Trayvon had been using it for awhile.  Puts the mile long walk in the pouring rain at night in perspective as he was jonesing for something.  Probably not sugar.  Acquaintances of his were also at the store buying blunts at the same time but not sure if Trayvon sold them marijuana or just met up with them (Trayvon posted that he was bringing plants to Sanford with him).  He had been posting about his LEAN use for a while on facebook so the skittles and tea were ingredients this particular high.



Trying to besmirch the character and reputation of a murder victim is pretty low.
2013-07-16 04:11:52 AM
1 votes:

tbeatty: Arizona Watermelon tea/punch, skittles and Robitussin (DMX) make Purple Drank which is a variant of LEAN with DMX instead of codeine.  Trayvon had been using it for awhile.  Puts the mile long walk in the pouring rain at night in perspective as he was jonesing for something.  Probably not sugar.  Acquaintances of his were also at the store buying blunts at the same time but not sure if Trayvon sold them marijuana or just met up with them (Trayvon posted that he was bringing plants to Sanford with him).  He had been posting about his LEAN use for a while on facebook so the skittles and tea were ingredients this particular high.


They did toxicology on him, and the BS you are spewing didn't show in the toxicology reports.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Purple_drank

That's the wiki page on purple drank.  No mention of Watermelon, no mention of Tea except for antother term for the drank (texas tea).  No meniton of skittles.  And the one thing that actually makes it a drug is cough syrup.  He had a Arizona Watermelon drink, he had skittles, but he didn't have the thing that adds the narcotics.  What you are doing is similar to claiming a guy was drunk because he had a coke, and everyone knows that people drink rum and coke.
2013-07-16 04:10:21 AM
1 votes:

tbeatty: Robitussin (DMX)


When did they start putting hardcore rappers in medicine?

/lean is promethezine and codeine, not DXM.
//people use jolly ranchers not skittles
///quit talking out your asshole
2013-07-16 04:02:59 AM
1 votes:

JK47: tbeatty: Where'd you make that up from?  Most everyone is upset that a teenager died.  Even in Chicago they get upset when black unarned teens are killed.  It makes people angry and it should.  But the single juror you are talking about said the evidence and law was on Zimmerman's side, not that he was wrong and should be punished.  The juror said they believed it was Zimmerman screaming for help and Trayvon punched first and then followed up with more strikes.  It's straight up self-defense.  Nobody did anything wrong or illegal until Trayvon threw that first punch.   A single punch would have been a misdemeanor.  He followed that up with more strikes while on top of Zimmerman (again, this is what the jurors believed and was proven in court).  So now, with all that going on (broke nose, blood running down throat so it's hard to breathe  and in eyes so it's hard to see) and 5'11", 160 lb man experienced in fighting is banging Zimmerman's head on the concrete, did zimmerman reasonably fear for his life or that he might be seriously injured?  The juror says that the law and the facts said 'yes'.  It was not illegal for zimmerman to follow Trayvon and call police.  It was not illegal for Trayvon to be out walking the neighborhood.  It was not illegal for zimmerman to get out of the car.  The crime began with Trayvon's punch.  Zimmerman would not be justified in shooting him over a single punch.  Trayvon's follow-up though, made it reasonable to fear for zimmermans life.  Zimmerman did not land a single blow to Trayvon and the beating ended only when Trayvon was shot.  The beating lasted 40 seconds.  That's what the jury saw and heard and believed.  There's a ton of "if only's" on both sides but that didn't happen so the jury made their decision on the evidence and the law.


That's really the crux of the whole thing.  Who started the confrontation.  If Zimmerman initiated the fight then he'd have no self defense privilege (aggressors can't claim it).  If Trayvon began ...


Trying to convince him that scary behavior is provoking a fight when he's fighting tooth and nail to establish that killing someone is justified when you're scared is kind of surreal, isn't it? No scratch that, it's infuriating.
2013-07-16 03:39:57 AM
1 votes:
you cant get them to fight unless you keep shaking the jar
2013-07-16 02:48:09 AM
1 votes:
Jurors are now saying they knew Zimmerman was wrong and should have been punished but didn't have evidence to overcome reasonable doubt.

So this is basically another OJ or Casey Anthony bullshiat discussion that won't be resolved and the acolytes of the criminal won't shut up until the next Nancy Grace show.
2013-07-16 02:47:59 AM
1 votes:
When will African-Americans realize that failing to live down to my paranoid fantasies about their subhuman rages and animal desires is itself a hate crime?
2013-07-16 02:44:06 AM
1 votes:

Amos Quito: ThrobblefootSpectre: ferg4096: Why would they riot in LA over this?

Because the pulp media en masse and a lot of concern trolls have spent the past year convincing them that an epic injustice was taking place that means they are persecuted and oppressed in some vague indirect way that not one of them could verbalize.


That's a TERRIBLE thing to say!

Just because neither you, they, nor anyone else could possibly UNDERSTAND it does NOT mean that they can't verbalize it.


You guys are great at telling people you've never met how they feel and what they understand. I'm sure they appreciate being dictated to by douchebags.
2013-07-16 02:43:08 AM
1 votes:

ThrobblefootSpectre: ferg4096: Why would they riot in LA over this?

Because the pulp media en masse and a lot of concern trolls have spent the past year convincing them that an epic injustice was taking place that means they are persecuted and oppressed in some vague indirect way that not one of them could verbalize.


Exactly. Corporate Media has been playing the Race War tune for months on end. They  want chaos. They feed on it. I hate to pinpoint CNN as a particular culprit, but they have admitted that their primary goal is no longer reporting on the news, but providing sensationalism to hungry viewers.

In my area of the country, the African American response to all of this is pretty lukewarm. The most I've heard is people on Facebook saying it might be better to stay indoors for a few days.

The Far-Right Gun Zealots/Survivalists are eating this up in my neck of the woods. They are louder than I've seen them in years, perhaps ever. They are sticking their neck out and trolling a lot harder than ever before. This whole situation validates both their fear of the other and their obsession with self-protection.

Full Disclosure: Gun Moderate. Also, it was clear Zimmerman would be Not Guilty because of Florida Case Law regarding similar Stand Your Ground Cases, as well as the fact that the only really witness to the scene is the kid who is dead. The way that Stand Your Ground works in Florida is a wickedly screwed up thing that has lead to a number of strange court cases in recent years.
2013-07-16 02:34:25 AM
1 votes:

Pimparoo: Bullshiat. There's no riot. This is sensationalist media nonsense. A group of assholes ran into a Walmart; one person was arrested. Everyone else has been peacefully protesting.


Someone didn't watch the live feed.

Mobile crowd, attacked bystanders, blocked traffic for miles, jumped on cars, lots of random infighting as well, vandalism.
i.imgur.com
i.imgur.com
Sure, they didn't burn the city down, but it was pretty much a mob, not a peaceful protest.  Sure, there were some protestors out as well, and these crowds marched right on by just looking for opportunity, total of approx  300-400 people roving and looking to start something but couldn't quite kickstart, on the very verge.

Of course when you've got 5 or so helicopters hovering right over head and police attempting to corral you in(which eventually worked), you kind of get the sense that you might not get away with much.
2013-07-16 02:29:20 AM
1 votes:

ferg4096: Why would they riot in LA over this?


Because a certain unusually large percentage of a certain demographic looks for any excuse to riot just so they can loot, vandalize and assault people and property. They don't actually give a crap about the actual issue, it's just the latest excuse for this group of worthless thugs. Racism will only cease when the black community addresses and confronts the many problems with inner city black culture.
2013-07-16 02:20:46 AM
1 votes:

Triumph: thisisyourbrainonFark: Triumph: If the question is how hot do you have to be to get the weather girl job at KCAL, the answer is way hot.

I hereby humbly request that you post -- ah fark it, I'll do it.

This her?

[cdn.saltwaterfish.com image 275x320]

Nope.

SurelyShirley: Triumph: If the question is how hot do you have to be to get the weather girl job at KCAL, the answer is way hot.

[i42.tinypic.com image 232x376]   [i42.tinypic.com image 340x512]

Yep.


Huh, and I thought they were the same because of the facial resemblance. Also because both make me riot in my pants.

On a much more serious note, on the overall topic of profiling, following, brawling with and shooting an unarmed teen in the chest because 'Merica,

"But, sooner or later, what American society has told him he can do, what it has now made possible, is that George Zimmerman can load his piece, tuck it into the back of his pants, climb into his SUV, and cruise the rainy streets of Sanford in the night, all of his senses a'tingle, all his instincts honed, on the lookout with his hunter's eye for assholes and farking punks. There's one down the block. What the hell's he doing here? Asshole. farking punk. Better pull over and check this out.


"Nothing good has come of this whole situation. Nothing."


http://www.esquire.com/blogs/politics/The_End_Of_The_Daily_Trayvon? cli ck=pp
2013-07-16 02:02:38 AM
1 votes:

Snaps: Its a disco riot


Disco sucks.
2013-07-16 01:54:45 AM
1 votes:
Another white person riot

www.gq.com
2013-07-16 01:53:52 AM
1 votes:

ferg4096: Why would they riot in LA over this?


Because looting is excusable when it's a riot.

Also because free stuff and that dead kid.
2013-07-16 01:45:46 AM
1 votes:

Triumph: If the question is how hot do you have to be to get the weather girl job at KCAL, the answer is way hot.


i42.tinypic.com   i42.tinypic.com
2013-07-16 01:44:34 AM
1 votes:

Triumph: If the question is how hot do you have to be to get the weather girl job at KCAL, the answer is way hot.


I hereby humbly request that you post -- ah fark it, I'll do it.

This her?

cdn.saltwaterfish.com
2013-07-16 01:43:38 AM
1 votes:

vygramul: Amos Quito: Gyrfalcon: SubBass49: NEW LIVE FEED (KTLA)

Well, that takes care of that.

Clearly, the LAPD did learn a lesson from that clusterf*ck in 1992: Close it down fast with no violence and maximum presence. And don't wait for Chief Gates to get back from telling everyone how there isn't going to be a riot.


Don't kid yourself.

They WANT a riot.

They're just waiting for the critical mass.

Sounds like YOU want a riot, too. Are you typing this one-handed?



No, I don't want riots, vyrgramul.

I'm watching the bone-headed, befuddled masses being manipulated by the sinister puppet masters - using their emotionally charged tricks to con us into fighting one another.

It makes me sick.

And do you know what is even MORE sickening? Those who are watching are PREDICTABLY reacting by dividing themselves into opposition groups.

That's farking disgusting, vyrgramul.

How does it feel to be a tool?
2013-07-16 01:34:28 AM
1 votes:
They just released the names of the main perpetrators:

I. B. Looting
W'hate Whitey
K'Ant Ketch Mi
Ho Lee Fuk
2013-07-16 01:33:38 AM
1 votes:
KTLA just gave up.

Riot's over. Everyone save your riot punch for the next Philly World Series.

.. it might be awhile.
2013-07-16 01:31:12 AM
1 votes:

dinwv: Hey, why don't white people riot once in awhile?


The plural of angry property-damaging white people is "rally".

"Riot" is the separate, but equal, term for brown folk.
2013-07-16 01:28:53 AM
1 votes:

Funk Brothers: Go home LA, you're drunk.

Also my friend's Facebook status from Inglewood says that it's getting worse. Though he's in a better part of Inglewood.


I wasn't aware there were 'better' parts of Inglewood...
2013-07-16 01:25:22 AM
1 votes:

Amos Quito: So, who is to blame for all this unrest and mayhem?

[www.theyeshivaworld.com image 300x193]

NOT GUILTY

[i.usatoday.net image 490x360]

GUILTY

[www.freedomcongress.org image 320x240]

GUILTY

[www.biography.com image 402x402]

GUILTY

[archive.rushimg.com image 300x415]

GUILTY


[cdn2.holytaco.com image 500x345]

GUILTY
[www.filmindustrynetwork.biz image 300x250]
GUILTY

[4.bp.blogspot.com image 300x163]
GUILTY

[diversity.nbcuni.com image 235x170]

GUILTY

[granitegrok.com image 200x200]

GUILTY

[topnews.co.uk image 200x200]

GUILTY


god damn right
2013-07-16 01:24:59 AM
1 votes:

dinwv: Hey, why don't white people riot once in awhile?


They do in Europe.  But American sports fans are too slovenly and loaded down with beer and bar food to riot over anything.
2013-07-16 01:20:25 AM
1 votes:
things go our way, it's a victory.

when they don't go our way lets destroy everything.

WTF is wrong with you people?

weknowmemes.com
2013-07-16 01:19:54 AM
1 votes:

MrJesus: I'm just here for the eventual badge.

I hope there doesn't end up being one, though.


We don't need no stinking badgers!
2013-07-16 01:19:26 AM
1 votes:

Twitch Boy: derrrface: CNN reporting 2 city blocks on fire, 48 wounded, bodies everywhere.

Fox News reporting Barack Obama himself is on scene with an AR-15 and has typed IDDQD and IDKFA.


Those don't work on Nightmare mode.
2013-07-16 01:17:21 AM
1 votes:

derrrface: CNN reporting 2 city blocks on fire, 48 wounded, bodies everywhere.


Fox News reporting Barack Obama himself is on scene with an AR-15 and has typed IDDQD and IDKFA.
2013-07-16 01:15:46 AM
1 votes:

Amos Quito: Gyrfalcon: SubBass49: NEW LIVE FEED (KTLA)

Well, that takes care of that.

Clearly, the LAPD did learn a lesson from that clusterf*ck in 1992: Close it down fast with no violence and maximum presence. And don't wait for Chief Gates to get back from telling everyone how there isn't going to be a riot.


Don't kid yourself.

They WANT a riot.

They're just waiting for the critical mass.


Sounds like YOU want a riot, too. Are you typing this one-handed?
2013-07-16 01:15:39 AM
1 votes:
STATES RIGHTS [to kill scary darkies]!!
2013-07-16 01:15:14 AM
1 votes:

Empty H: derrrface: CNN reporting 2 city blocks on fire, 48 wounded, bodies everywhere.

Link?


CNN = Joke.
2013-07-16 01:12:51 AM
1 votes:
"Leave the police work to the police, that are far better trained in shooting unarmed black teens." -Bill Maher
2013-07-16 01:11:11 AM
1 votes:

RevMercutio: Benevolent Misanthrope: Sooooooo, people in California are protesting a jury decision in Florida by acting like people from Seattle.

Or acting like we won an NBA title.


/golf clap
2013-07-16 01:11:06 AM
1 votes:
i.imgur.com

Screengrab from live chopper feed.
2013-07-16 01:07:53 AM
1 votes:
I love the ignorance from these interviews. Guess what, lady, you're not going to hear anyone 'overturn' shiat.
2013-07-16 01:06:45 AM
1 votes:
Shoot a thug in self defense:  not guilty.

Shoot into a wall with children on other side of wall:  20 years.

Sounds about right.
2013-07-16 01:05:55 AM
1 votes:

SubBass49: NEW LIVE FEED (KTLA)


Well, that takes care of that.

Clearly, the LAPD did learn a lesson from that clusterf*ck in 1992: Close it down fast with no violence and maximum presence. And don't wait for Chief Gates to get back from telling everyone how there isn't going to be a riot.
2013-07-16 01:04:42 AM
1 votes:

ThatDarkFellow: pheelix: ThatDarkFellow: ThatDarkFellow: Fire a few of these into the crowd instead of teargas:

[www.topjobapplications.com image 850x583]

The brothers came with guns; they left with jobs. Oh, yes, whitey is very tricky.

I'm not a violent man. I was solving two problems at once.

/not white, though
//well, i'm Zimmerman white


So your mexican?
2013-07-16 01:03:12 AM
1 votes:

pheelix: ThatDarkFellow: ThatDarkFellow: Fire a few of these into the crowd instead of teargas:

[www.topjobapplications.com image 850x583]

The brothers came with guns; they left with jobs. Oh, yes, whitey is very tricky.


I'm not a violent man. I was solving two problems at once.

/not white, though
//well, i'm Zimmerman white
2013-07-16 01:03:12 AM
1 votes:

ThatDarkFellow: Did she just say boogie on out? Because that was hilarious if she did.


Did she start playing "nowhere to run to"?
2013-07-16 01:03:08 AM
1 votes:

Jabberwookiee: And at the top of the hour we're gonna have the boogie on out.


I heard that, too.


gregprovance.com
News chopper 7, high in the sky, it's
time to boogie out for fuel.


i10.photobucket.com
Wait, wait, they're ROBBING THAT CA- 'ope, nevermind, someone
was just getting into the car.
Roger chopper 7, base for fuel.

2013-07-16 01:02:51 AM
1 votes:
Damn it!  They're talking about gang members on the scanner and the video feed cuts out to refuel...

FALSE FLAG!
2013-07-16 01:02:27 AM
1 votes:

WhippingBoy: I though modern rioting consisted of posting your chagrin via Twitter.


I wonder how many celebs tweeting their outrage actually agree with the verdict, but are just making sure they are on record so that everyone knows they are "one of the good ones".
2013-07-16 01:01:51 AM
1 votes:

aerojockey: Upset white people blocking traffic (i.e., Occupy) = protest
Upset black people blocking traffic = riot

Thanks for the clarification, media!


White people with boxes of stuff after natural disaster (i.e. Katrina) = foraging for food
Black people with boxes of stuff after natural disaster (i.e. Katrina) = looters

Same as it ever was.
2013-07-16 12:59:54 AM
1 votes:
I know the protest had some violent elements, but I hope it dissipates and nothing else bad happens.
2013-07-16 12:55:14 AM
1 votes:
Looks like an average summer night on the south side of Chicago.....amateur hour out there in L.A.
2013-07-16 12:54:31 AM
1 votes:
Are they being violent or are the police just instigating them?
2013-07-16 12:54:14 AM
1 votes:

HempHead: [media.nbclosangeles.com image 327x184]

Story in the side bar is hilarious:

Claim Denied for Man Mistaken for Christopher Dorner in Manhunt David Perdue was mistaken for a rogue ex-LAPD officer on a deadly rampage in February The city of Torrance denied an excessive force complaint filed by a man who was shot at by that city's police agency in a case of mistaken identity during a frenzied manhunt for an ex-LAPD officer on a deadly rampage.


Screencap your post and name the file LOLAPD.jpg
HBK
2013-07-16 12:53:40 AM
1 votes:

ThatDarkFellow: I bet Trayvon Martin is looking up at smiling right now


Too soon.
2013-07-16 12:53:16 AM
1 votes:

Amos Quito: I wonder,  why do so many young African American men wind up in trouble with the law?


 Occam's razor would lead you to believe that they commit more crime.
2013-07-16 12:51:03 AM
1 votes:
Most boring riot ever.
2013-07-16 12:50:42 AM
1 votes:
lol...scanner just said there was a Black male suspect wearing a hoodie...

we've gone full Inception...
2013-07-16 12:49:58 AM
1 votes:
I wonder,  why do so many young African American men wind up in trouble with the law?
2013-07-16 12:49:21 AM
1 votes:

Empty H: marius2: Someone opens up a car door..

"ARE THEY ROBBING THAT CAR... OH.. OKAY. SOMEONE JUST GOT IN" *car pulls away*

Seriously, this lady is a tool.


Media created hype needs fuel.
2013-07-16 12:47:58 AM
1 votes:
2013-07-16 12:45:20 AM
1 votes:
Look at dumbass in the car...
2013-07-16 12:44:40 AM
1 votes:
They started punching...each other?
2013-07-16 12:44:26 AM
1 votes:
Time to clear out a cell block in Cuba
2013-07-16 12:43:59 AM
1 votes:
Let Vic Mackey and the Strike Team loose. They'll restore order.
2013-07-16 12:43:57 AM
1 votes:
"A riot is an ugly thing..."
2013-07-16 12:43:41 AM
1 votes:

Trixie212: I will just be very happy when people find a new cause to fuss about.


Don't worry, I'm sure some dipshiat floridian is committing next years summer blockbuster crime right this second
2013-07-16 12:43:36 AM
1 votes:

Benevolent Misanthrope: Sooooooo, people in California are protesting a jury decision in Florida by acting like people from Seattle.


And great news, the anarchists around here have announced they want their very own special involvement in the riots protests.
2013-07-16 12:43:06 AM
1 votes:
farm4.staticflickr.com
2013-07-16 12:42:18 AM
1 votes:

ferg4096: Why would they riot in LA over this?


Ima get me some new Jordans?
2013-07-16 12:39:59 AM
1 votes:
fta Protesters March Through LA

Video: Random people slowly mill about in one intersection
2013-07-16 12:39:48 AM
1 votes:
Go home LA, you're drunk.

Also my friend's Facebook status from Inglewood says that it's getting worse. Though he's in a better part of Inglewood.
2013-07-16 12:39:47 AM
1 votes:
I bet Trayvon Martin is looking up at smiling right now
2013-07-16 12:39:31 AM
1 votes:
I will just be very happy when people find a new cause to fuss about.
2013-07-16 12:36:53 AM
1 votes:
They look like a very lazy riot.
 
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