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It is very apparent why the prosecutor fought to keep this information from being released. There is no jury on earth that will convict Zimmerman once they see this.
unclemushyMay. 23, 13 8:19 PM
It is very apparent why the prosecutor fought to keep this information from being released. There is no jury on earth that will convict Zimmerman once they see this.____________Wanna bet? So, in your mind, this proves it was okay for some Rambo wannabe to shoot him?
marsbonfire - Where do you think Zimmerman got his injuries?
The 911 operator told Zimmerman NOT to pursue Martin. You cannot follow someone, pick a fight, then shoot him when you start losing that fight, then claim "stand your ground." Zimmerman will be found guilty and rightfully so!
Seems like this info was released with intent to influence the pending jury pool. Giive the jury pool info prejudicing their opinion of the victim, then sequester them so they don't get any additional information.
If not for the racial and political implications this case would have been dismissed long ago. I only hope that the state of FL and large cities across the U.S. are not burned to the ground when the inevitable not guilty verdict is announce. I hope the jurore and acquitted defendent receive the protection they need and deserve.... Considering the facts that are now available, there is no way a sane/ unbiased jury can possibly arrive at any verdict other then not guilty. My guess is that to appease the angry mobs, the Fess will attamept to retry Mr. Zimmerman on "civil rights violation" charges, which would clearly violate our Constitutiones fifth amendment double jeopary clause... The irresponsible mainstream media will have extremely bloody hands when this all comes down.
"The 911 operator told Zimmerman NOT to pursue Martin".... NOT THEY DID NOT!!!! I have listened to the audio many times. Mr. Zimmerman asks them if he should continue to follow Trayvon Martin, they clearly state, "no, you do not have to do that."... There is no law against observing a suspicious person.
Teh prosecution must prove that Mr. Zimmerman did not act in self defense.... With the injuries to Mr. Zimmerman, his broken nose and lacerations on the back of his skull, this will be nearly impossible to prove... Remember, if the head is split, you must acquit.
Like anyone really thought that Trayvon was some totally innocent little school boy anyways. Are some people forgetting that Trayvon could have simply answered Zimmerman and simply walked away? I guess Trayvon's past proves that he doesn't mind a fight now and then. Too bad he lost this one.
I hope the mainstream media learns a lesson from this fiasco. Race-baiting and the deliberate misrepresention of facts all in the name of grabbing headlines and promoting a PC aganda, can and will have devestating effects.
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