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You're taking the Progressive position on this issue which is..."the evidence be damned". So denial or not, you accept the Progressive faith on this issue and you are trying hard to defend their "saint".
No, I'm actually looking at the evidence. I'm looking at it as a whole, as opposed to disingenuously cherry picking, like you do.
You, on the other hand, say "damn the evidence!" You glom onto minute pieces that you think validate your hateful views because of Trayvon's race.
If you want to believe that George called 911 knowing the police would be there at any moment and knowing that they would be there at any moment decided to start a fight, you go right ahead. The jury agrees with me....not you.
You talking about the juror that said "he got away with murder?"
Of course not.
So I hate young black men.....wow, I wish I had known you several years ago before I moved into my current neighborhood. My next door neighbor is black. Ms Davis....wonderful woman and her son that I hate (because he's young and black ) My across the street neighbor is black also....his name is Kaleil. We first met when he offered to let me borrow his snowblower before we got one for the house. Great guy.....lovely family.....well except for his sons.....you know, because they're black and all.
Actually come to think of it, there are several black families on my street.
Waaaaaiiit a minute............holy crap.........I live in a minority neighborhood!
Blacks, Asians, even Hispanics!!!
How could I have been so blind???????
The classic "I know a black guy, I can't be a racist!" logical fallacy.
And given your mendacity, it's not hard to doubt your anecdotes.
Sadly, actions speak louder than words.
Your actions are that your ridiculous, biased, hateful commentary on Trayvon would be enough to make Stormfront blush.
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abtw the calling people dishonest liars ect needs to stop right away next violator(s) will be banned from this thread.
"Some guys play in all-star games, some guys don't. I don't know who picks all those all-star teams. In all honesty, I don't know who picks the combine, for that matter," Belichick said. "How does (Miami-Ohio offensive lineman Brandon) Brooks not get invited to the combine? How did Vollmer not get invited to the combine? I don't know. We can't really worry about that. We just have to try to evaluate them the best we can."
Elsewhere, the Police Chief in the town where Zimmerman is currently being investigated isn't so trusting of George:
Police Chief Steve Bracknell, who is responsible for the Florida town where George Zimmerman resides, agreed in a series of emails that Zimmerman is a “ticking time bomb” and another “Sandy Hook” waiting to happen.
Bracknell expressed his views in response to two emails from Santiago Rodriguez, who reached Bracknell through a contact form on the police department’s website. Bracknell confirmed the emails’ authenticity to ThinkProgress and subsequently tried to distance himself from the remarks.
Rodriguez’s first email was an extended, and sometimes angry, critique of how the Lake Mary Police Department handled their response to the recent altercation between George Zimmerman, his wife and his father in law. Rodriguez told Bracknell that he had a responsibility to charge Zimmerman because he was another “Sandy Hook… waiting to happen.” Bracknell responded with a detailed defense of the police department’s conduct, but explicitly endorsed Rodriguez’s comments on Sandy Hook.
Asked to elaborate on his email, Bracknell attempted to distance himself from Rodriguez’s comments, saying he did not agree and was “referring to the fact that [Zimmerman] seems to be involved in incidents” involving firearms.
In his second email, Rodriguez called Zimmerman a “ticking time bomb” who will snap “sooner or later.” Again, Bracknell agreed.
The full email exchange between Rodriguez and Bracknell is available here.
The police are still deciding whether or not to charge Zimmerman in connection to the incident. They are attempting to recover video of alleged assault that Zimmerman’s wife, Shellie, recorded with her iPad. Zimmerman’s attorney, Mark O’Mara, acknowledged that Zimmerman broke the iPad into pieces before the police arrived. According to witnesses, Zimmerman also punched his father-in-law in the nose.
In her call to 911, Shellie Zimmerman told the police that Zimmerman was threatening her with his gun. “I don’t know what he’s capable of. I’m really, really scared,” Shellie said.
Zimmerman told police at the scene that he did not have a gun, according to Bracknell and a police department spokesman. O’Mara, however, insisted on CNN that he did have a gun on him during the entire incident. Bracknell told ThinkProgress that one of them isn’t “telling the truth.”
What is not in dispute is that Zimmerman, despite his legal troubles and the police chief’s concerns, is still permitted to carry a concealed weapon in the State of Florida. In Florida, unlike other states like New York and New Jersey, authorities have no discretion over whether to grant or revoke concealed carry permits. Dr. Daniel Webster, director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Policy and Research, recently told Salon, “You’ve got all kinds of George Zimmermans and everything in between there who fall through the cracks of our exclusions. But if you ask any reasonable person how comfortable they are with an individual like that running around with a concealed, loaded gun, the vast majority would say they are not.”
I have said since the beginning "he's a nut" Neighborhood Watch attracts those people, if Martin was so street smart he should have known better than to have turned around and confronted some "creep" in the middle of the night, I will now say this for the 10,000th time, if Martin had just gone home and forgotten it he would be with us today, why did Martin want to fight him, maybe to impress that women he was talking with, big mistake, a street kid should know that there are a lot of whacko's out there at night and no matter how tough you think you are CRAZY PEOPLE will kill you.
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