Evil Zimmerman vs. child Trayvon

I work for [omitted] and could get fired for publishing the following above my own name, even on my own Facebook page as it shows a point of view on something [omitted].

I keep trying to figure out why Zimmerman would attack that poor child, Trayvon, by slamming his face into the fist of that angelic little youth.

Didn’t George know that attacking the boy would hurt his nose more than it would hurt Trayvon’s fist?

Also, I’m still having a hard time figuring why the nefarious Zimmerman would plot the cold-blooded murder of this fine lad, but invite the police beforehand, staying on the phone with them for a l-o-n-g time trying to vector them to the location of his prey prior to striking.

Elaborate plan, I guess.

I give Zimmerman credit, though, for those self-inflicted wounds to the back of his head to support his story that the Poster Boy for Peace continually slammed Zimmerman’s head into the concrete — very clever.

And getting a witness in court to substantially support the account. What vile trickery.

Yes, I know that Zimmerman SAYS he shot the president’s adoptive son only after Zimmerman’s pistol became visible during the struggle and the oppressed lad saw it, reached for it and said, “You’re going to die tonight, mother- - - - - -!”

But can we believe the testimony of a demon so clever and so willing to kill that he lay such an elaborate trap?!

And let’s not even try to figure out how Zimmerman was able to fabricate — and get a young mother to testify to — the story of how her home was allegedly invaded prior to the slaying of Trayvon.

You remember? She was the one who said the 911 dispatcher asked her if she had a weapon she could use to protect herself.

She described cowering with her baby boy in one arm, and holding a rusty pair of scissors in the other hand while the invader, already inside her home, jiggled the door knob to her son’s room.

I mean most of us would understand why, in such a context, we would be on the lookout in our neighborhood. Vile Demon Zimmerman!

Justice for Trayvon.

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Remember Tawana Brawley? Amother one of Al Sharpton's finer

moments. Just read on-line that she is finally starting to pay off the money to one of the young men wrongly accused of her rape. A short refresher, in case you have forgotten or if you are too young to remember:

In 1987 a young black girl claimed after being gone all night that she was raped by a group of white men and that they had written racist and crude comments on her stomach in feces. From the beginning her story had flaws, but Al Sharpton and his merry band took to the streets and airwaves inciting as usual and created havoc. It was finally determined that there had been no abduction, no rape. Tawana being afraid of what would happen when she went home after being out all night with her boyfriend made up the whole story. The young man in this article, one of the accused, sued Tawana, Al Sharpton and several others who had been involved. Sharpton and the others paid but Tawana never had--the $1,400 plus that she owed this gentleman is now over $4,000 and she has finally been forced to make this first payment.

Twenty plus years later, Mr. Sharpton is still at it. He has never been one to let the truth stand in his way of getting his name out there and creating havoc.

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Zimmerman/Martin parallels

Is anyone familiar with this 2009 shooting? I doubt it.

http://themartialist.net/?p=306

To summarize, a concerned citizen in a crime-ridden neighborhood observed what he assumed to be three teenagers breaking into his neighbors' vehicles. He grabbed his legally owned gun, told his girlfriend to call 911, and went outside to "detain" them until police arrived. According to his testimony, one of the teenagers (they were unarmed) charged him. Fearing for his safety, he shot and killed the teen (17 years old). Traces of marijuana and alcohol were found in the deceased's system; it appears that his friends had a history of delinquency.

There was no injury to the shooter, and the prosecution claimed that ballistic evidence showed the teen was shot in the back. The surviving teens claimed that they were all holding their hands in the air when the shots were fired. Despite these assertions, the shooter was acquitted on charges of manslaughter (originally charged as 2nd degree murder).

Funny, but I don't recall wide-spread coverage in the media, protests by "civil rights" groups, calls for DOJ to bring federal charges, vigils, vandalism, demands for changes to the law, etc. I wonder why not? As DM would say, "interesting."

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Another interesting note

To this tragedy. The big difference in this story was/is not race - but an actual crime was being committed. Yup - interesting. It's difficult for parents to feel their son is responsible for his own death - but an actual crime was in progress, and the law is pretty clear in New York about how that law is to be interpreted. He (Mr. Scott) was found not guilty - but like Mr. Zimmerman, he is not innocent of killing an unarmed child - who was vandalizing/ stealing his property. There is a difference in these two tragedies . In one scenario, Mr. Scott was portrayed as the big, bad Mr. T. In the other scenario, Trayvon is portrayed as the big, bad Mr. T. Hmmmmmm, I guess there is a similarity after all. Different points of view. Yup - interesting.

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DM - wrong, on several counts

DM, the big difference here is CLEARLY race.

It's "interesting" that Obama made a comment about how things might have been different had the races been reversed in the Trayvon Martin shooting. Well, here you go. In fact, as someone with experience in such matters, I'd say there are more aggravating factors regarding Martin. Namely, he was beating Zimmerman's head into the pavement at the time he was shot. No injuries were sustained by Scott in that shooting; he simply felt threatened by the unarmed teen. Oh, and to correct you, it was not his property that Scott thought the teens were stealing - it was his neighbors'.

So you say that "an actual crime had been committed" in the Scott case. How do you know? How did Scott know? Was anyone charged? Are you prepared to say that the penalty for "Entering Auto" should be death, with Scott as judge, jury, and executioner? Why are you not pointing out that this could have been avoided, if only Scott had remained in his home and waited for police to arrive? Why are you not pointing out that it was not Scott's job to "detain" anyone? "Interesting."

I'd also point out that a crime WAS being committed in the Martin case - it's called Aggravated Assault in Georgia, and it's what Martin was doing to Zimmerman's face.

Having said that, if I were a juror in the Scott case, I may well have voted not guilty. What I find most "interesting," however, is the huge disparity between how these two shootings were viewed by the media, the government, and the public. Do you think Christopher Cervini's life had equal value to Martin's in the eyes of the media, the DOJ, or the President? The answer is obvious, but I doubt your are honest enough to admit it.

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Read the article again. The teenagers admitted they were 'caught' committing a crime - and one tried to run. There were three of them - and one citizen trying to hold them for the police. The trial was held, Mr. Scott was found not guilty under the law. Life has value. Race, in my opinion, was not tantamount in Mr.Scott's eyes - if the teenagers had been black, I don't think he would have reacted differently - however, Mr. Zimmerman had past experience with 'black' criminals in his neighborhood - as his lawyers pointed out.

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In one scenario, Mr. Scott was portrayed as the big, bad Mr. T. In the other scenario, Trayvon is portrayed as the big, bad Mr. T. Hmmmmmm, I guess there is a similarity after all. Different points of view. Yup - interesting.

Interesting how you assume from my words that race 'had nothing to do with it'. I understand your assumption - but you didn't read/comprehend all of my words. The black press in South Carolina as well as the main media did express concern over a teenagers life being taken; the DOJ has not made a 'ruling' in a state court decision; and it is obvious that the president recognizes these tragedies as any parent would. I am honest based on my understanding. I don't assume that anyone does not value the life of a teenager - especially his/her parents. It's only in this blog where I have seen the possibility of a less compassionate assessment of these tragedies.

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DM

Read the article again. The teens had admitted to nothing at the point Scott shot and killed one of them. So since you didn't respond earlier, I'll ask you again - are you comfortable with the penalty for "Entering Auto" being on-the-spot execution by a neighbor of the victim? Why are you not saying that this could have been avoided if Scott had stayed inside and waited for the police? Why are you not questioning Scott's authority to carry a gun and detain suspicious people?

Of course, Scott didn't shoot Cervini because he was entering autos; he shot him because Cervini threatened him with bodily harm. Likewise, Zimmerman did not shoot Martin because Martin was black or suspicious; he shot Martin because Martin was physically assaulting him.

Race, in my opinion, had nothing to do with Zimmerman's actions. I believe Zimmerman would have been just as quick to shoot a white (or "white-Hispanic") who happened to be pounding his head into the pavement.

Based on what I know of the circumstances, I have no issue with the Not Guilty verdict in either case. But I do find it "interesting" that only the Martin shooting triggered 24/7 media coverage, massive protests, action by DOJ, and comments from the President about his hypothetical children.

Are you suggesting that these cases are so dissimilar as to explain this disparity? Interesting.

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Glad you find it interesting also.

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Why do conservatives so want Hillary in the White House?

Listen up conservatives. You received the verdict that you craved in the Martin-Zimmerman trial. The scared guy with his precious gun killed the young black thug and got away with it scot-free. There is no need to call further attention to your victory. Remember that although your base is giddy over the verdict, most of the demographics you need to win the White House in 2016 are at the least wary, and at most angry, about the outcome.

Republicans have won the popular vote for president only once in the last 21 years. Why not leave this one alone instead of further stoking this fire? Conservatives could easily have been mere bystanders in this saga instead of cheerleaders. As Republican Governor Jindal warned you last January, “Stop being the party of stupid.”

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Republicans have won the popular vote for president only once in the last 21 years. Why not leave this one alone instead of further stoking this fire? Conservatives could easily have been mere bystanders in this saga instead of cheerleaders. As Republican Governor Jindal warned you last January, “Stop being the party of stupid.”

I am a proponent of the two-party system when managed by leaders who sincerely want to use their skills to improve conditions for their constiuents . There are Republicans and Democrats who have done this in the past. Today, in my opinion, diplomacy and statesmanship has been put on the back burner. There doesn't even appear to be an effort towards cooperation on anything between the current politicians ( note I use politician instead of leaders). It also appears that the Republicans feel they don't need to listen to the segments of our population that have not supported their current platform. Stating that they had set aside a large sum of money to 'get their message to those communities' was an insult. (stupid). It doesn't cost that much to go in and listen to a community. The color that appears important to their 'leaders' is 'green'. As in money. . . Sad. There are some mighty fine Republicans that have left the current party. And Independents just may control the next election cycles.

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The Stupid Party

Republicans seem hell-bent on sabotaging any chance for the White House. They are on the wrong side of every issue important to the broad American electorate (immigration, abortion, gun control, gay marriage, health care, Zimmerman/Martin, etc.). Fiscal conservatives have great ideas to offer to the American public. Social conservatives are nut cases. When the GOP dismisses the Tea Party, Fox News, Rush Limbaugh, and Matt Drudge, they may have a chance at 1600 Penn. Ave. Until then, only one party will determine the Presidency. It’s sad to see the party of Lincoln overtaken by fools who offer no agenda save obstructionism. Even Reagan knew how to compromise.

Truth is stranger than fiction.

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Saving citizens

It's reported that Zimmerman saved some citizens from an overturned car wreck? That is certainly commendable. His trial has been held. He's been found not guilty. The legal community is in confusion regarding the instructions given the jury; jurors are expressing their confusion regarding the law; another teenager has been killed in Florida. His killer is claiming 'stand your ground defense'. The implementation and interpretation of such laws need to be examined. There were witnesses to this latest incident. This will be a trial that will be watched with interest.

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Too bad, DM...

...that Zimmerman didn't use that law to defend himself, but used just simple self-defense. So what does 'stand your ground' have to do with this issue? Apples and oranges...

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Too bad

Zimmerman didn't use that strength and wisdom with Travon. Both laws used to defend the murder of a child. Not exactly apples and oranges in the eyes of the public. Only in America and some third world countries is it legal to kill if you're scared or angry according to minority press here and abroad. We're a country of laws - some good, some bad

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No DM unlike some Country's we have the RIGHT of Self Defence

...Being scared has nothing to do with it...but like most sane people it has a lot to do with
what happened..

Would you rather live in a Country where you could not protect yourself or your family?

Well would you?

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Obviously some people are

Obviously some people are still brainwashed by the loveable picture when the perp Martin was younger. Look at the video of him buying the fixins for his illegal drug cocktail, he aint that loveable kid. He was a 17 year old man with a perp's mentality.
Also, according to the testimony, Zimmerman turned to and was leaving the area. That's when perp Martin pounced on Zimmerman. Martin made the wrong decision and he lost his life for it.

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Only in America

Is a child convicted of his own murder. (Headlines in many communities )

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Davids mom - Headlines

Yellow journalism at its best. Hearst would be so proud.

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Community News

The editors do what they can to sell their product. It's called marketing. To some - yellow - but if it sells, it will continue. I read the Monitor and some other papers to try to get a balanced view. The Koch brothers are trying hard to control the news.

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DM - Koch brothers

Somehow, the Koch brothers don't come to mind.

But I do remember when NBC deliberately altered the conversion between the 911 operator and Zimmerman. They got caught. One of their excuses was; well others are doing it. Sad state of affairs.

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Good gawd, that liberal rag. It went down hill when Otis Chandler left.

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If citizens would read others views, they might not be so surprised at the outcome of national elections. Just sayin'

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Fight Rules - #9

The Ninth Rule of Fight Club: If you are an adult and find yourself getting your azz kicked from a kid in a fight that YOU initiated, then you have to take that azz kicking and learn your lesson. Until now, Rule 9 was unnecessary because most adults knew better.

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RKS & Fight initiation

Courtroom testimony indicated that Martin initiated the fight, NOT Zimmerman---or did you miss that?

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Courtroom testimony indicated that Martin initiated the fight, NOT Zimmerman---or did you miss that?

I didn't miss that.

Mr. Martin isn't here to tell his side of the story is he? What witness of the fight said Martin initiated it by throwing the first punch? What did the witnesses of the fight say that Mr. Zimmerman said to Mr. Martin before he threw the first punch?

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RKS Right back at cha...

What witness said he didn't?

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There were two witnesses that actually saw what happened:

One of them is dead, the other told a story that the jury believed. The dead one had a soda and candy, the other was packing a gun and an attitude. The state over reached going for second degree murder conviction. I would have had a problem convicting on the murder charge, but no problem with an aggravated manslaughter charge. Up next: the Jordan Davis trial, the young man who was killed over loud music.

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Rolling Stone prints what sells and controversy sells. I believe from the evidence that Martin had more of an attitude than Zimmerman. And if someone was bothering me while I was out for a walk I would have went to the nearest house for help and not try to fight someone. But, that's a cultural thing. Seems the loss of life was both their faults.

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trayvon's Skittles, Iced Tea and something called 'Purple Drank'

Martin asked a friend online, “unow a connect for codien?” Martin went on to tell his friend that “robitussin nd soda” could make “some fire a** lean." He says, “I had it before” and that he wants “to make some more.”

Trayvon Martin shooting - A year of drug use culminates into predictable violence

travon "Ima gangsta" got what was coming to him. Justice has been served.

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Why is Jordan Davis next? Why not Antonio West?

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It has to do with the stand your ground mentality, completely absent from Antonio West. There are differences between Martin and Davis, one being that there were plenty of witnesses for Jordon Davis. The conservative echo chamber demonstrates obfuscation at its very best.

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It has to do with the stand your ground mentality, completely absent from Antonio West.

So cold blooded murder is OK but stand your ground isn't? Or is it really about skin color?

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One can only hope the your G35 stays on the road better than your discussions do.

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It does not surprise me at all that you can't follow common logic.

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You are not alone among Citizen bloggers with that lament.

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So how are things in Okieland? And remember, altitude & air speed be berry, berry important! And according to a certain SWA driver, that thingy called "flare" is kinda cool too!

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This is not the character that you think it is, but I admit to taking it as a compliment.

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Rolling Rock & "character"

Well you've told me that before---kindly give him my regards. Would be nice to hear from him--he's got (or had) my phone nr. And yeah, we boys from Eastern NC are good folks, regardless of our politics.

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I was rolling around out of state for awhile but I will pass your message on.

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One of them is dead, the other told a story that the jury believed. The dead one had a soda and candy, the other was packing a gun and an attitude. The state over reached going for second degree murder conviction. I would have had a problem convicting on the murder charge, but no problem with an aggravated manslaughter charge. Up next: the Jordan Davis trial, the young man who was killed over loud music.

Exactly my point. I just read an article in the AJC about a juror who feels that Zimmerman got away with murder due to lack of evidence.

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RKS & Juror who thinks she

knows more than the Prosecution team of lawyers! Maybe, just maybe, the evidence wasn't there and they couldn't bring themselves to invent it! Regardless, it's in the books. The State did its politically influenced duty, however overzealous.

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Lol! Yes, RKS...

I wonder how much ABC paid her for her 'interview'! The liberal media will drag this dead issue to life as long as they can whore it out for ratings and such that benefits THEM. I see they've got one sucker ready to watch for months/years... I bet you're wearing a 'I Am Trayvon' t-shirt right now, aren't you (of course the $$ went in the pocket of who sold it, not Martin's family)?!

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I wonder how much ABC paid her for her 'interview'! The liberal media will drag this dead issue to life as long as they can whore it out for ratings and such that benefits THEM. I see they've got one sucker ready to watch for months/years... I bet you're wearing a 'I Am Trayvon' t-shirt right now, aren't you (of course the $$ went in the pocket of who sold it, not Martin's family)?!

I don't know if the juror was paid or not, didn't watch the interview, read about it. I don't watch the news on tv and I don't watch tv much - too much bias and so little truth to it on both sides.

Why do you think I am wearing a Trayvon Martin t'shirt? You know what they say about people who assume don't ya?

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Well RKS you might want to read the WHOLE story...

...seems like her interview was creatively edited as well.

http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/frame_game/2013/07/did_g...

Yes that is Slate.com.. a HARD LEFT website.

Seems like ABC edited her response to make it look like she said "He got away with Murder" when in fact she parroted a question asked to her not actually made that statement.

Like you said there were two people there that night one is not here to tell their side.. Still does not eliminate the FACT that Trayvon ATTACKED Zimmerman not the other way around.

Tell you what...I will give you a taser. You let me have the first punch...once you hit the ground..(and you will hit the ground)I will jump on top and start doing the old ground and pound.

Let's see how long it is before you Tase me Bro...

Like you also said we don't know what was being said...so why is it you automatically ASSUME that nothing was?

It is much more likely that while Trayvon was using Zimmerman's head as a punching bag he was telling him he was going to kill him or bash his head in or something like that. Obviously you have not seen many street fights.
I have and let me tell you the aggressor is always saying something like that.

Ever had your nose broken? I have... let me tell you it hurts. You are momentarily out of action, blinded and shocked.
Easy prey for someone like Trayvon to follow-up and continue his attack.

These are the FACTS the Jury heard RKS/DM not the BS told on the news and other "bloggers" that apparently you would rather believe then actually admit your racial and/or ideological bias is the factor.

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The actual trial was heard on

Direct TV - 204. Listen carefully. The jury followed the instructions given by the judge with the approval of both the defense and the prosecution regarding 2nd degree murder; manslaughter; and self- defense. The jury spent 15 (9) hours going over the evidence given during the trial. The jury was sequestered, and was not exposed to outside wisdom and 'facts.' Two members of the jury have shared their confusion regarding the law; but felt they followed the law regarding self-defense. There are those who feel that taking 'sides' is beneficial to Zimmerman or the Martin family. Looking at the LAW is beneficial to all Americans so that we all have a clear understanding regarding how these laws will be implemented/judged in the future. On both sides there are those who hope to widen the gap between Americans of different hues. It's too bad that all communities are not like Fayetteville, where persons join together because of kindred tastes rather than 'sameness of skin color'. My friends and I are grateful that due to our current experiences, we know the ugliness of painting with a broad brush any American group is destructive to the unity that is needed in our country.

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She stands by the verdict. She yielded to the evidence and the law, not to bullying. She thinks Zimmerman was morally culpable but not legally guilty. And she wants us to distinguish between this trial and larger questions of race and justice.

As others have stated, the jury followed the law as they understood it. Race and justice - is being discussed throughout our country. Laws - do we want laws that render someone not legally guilty but morally culpable? It is interesting to many that those who are calling for unity among the different segments of our country are considered race baiters. Is treating one another with respect and civility - regardless of ideology or color of skin so onerous to some? Again - interesting.

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It's too bad that all communities are not like Fayetteville, where persons join together because of kindred tastes rather than 'sameness of skin color'. My friends and I are grateful that due to our current experiences, we know the ugliness of painting with a broad brush any American group is destructive to the unity that is needed in our country.

Seems like only a few days ago that you called Fayette County a "bastion of white supremacy".

You should have been a politician!! LOL

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LOL - I thought I was reporting what some still consider Fayette County as being. I know it's not - since I have been here for the past 10 years. Sorry for the incorrect interpretation of my words. I still sing the praises of Fayetteville. Although Peachtree City gets the statewide recognition in the Atlanta magazine - I hear very little if any dissatisfaction with the 'leaders' of'Fayetteville'. As the economy picks up - the Pavilion seems to be doing just fine - thanks to law enforcement visiability and citizen cooperation. The Tinseltown Cinema's parking lot is full! (Thanks for such a varied selection of movies to choose from!!) Since I live between Peachtree City and Fayetteville, I still enjoy shopping in both locations. For a retired grandmother - this is heaven!! Not a politician - just sharing what is obviously a very unpopular opinion. :-)

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DM, sameness of skin color

DM says "It's too bad that all communities are not like Fayetteville, where persons join together because of kindred tastes rather than 'sameness of skin color'. My friends and I are grateful that due to our current experiences, we know the ugliness of painting with a broad brush any American group is destructive to the unity that is needed in our country"
No DM what is really sad is that OUR President will use the "ugliness of painting with a broad brush any American group" to suit/further his political ideals. Damn shame because what this country needs more than anything is a President that tries to unite the people, not divide at every opportunity.

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Someone said - Longtimer

That anyone who has trouble with a 'black' president - sees him as divisive. The majority of the country apparently does not agree with you - and blacks are only about 12% of our electorate. . .but the majority of women, Hispanics, Asians, young people seem to not have the same opinion as you. Are you part of the American group that you feel is being painted with a broad brush?

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Dm where do you get this "Confusion" from...?

The Jury has never stated they were "confused" over the Law.

The Law was very clear.

You cannot convict someone of MURDER when they were simply defending their own life.

Zimmerman COMMITTED NO CRIME.

Trayvon DID..

Those are called FACTS.

The Jury could ONLY consider what the State charged Zimmerman with and the lesser included offense and THAT'S IT.

Zimmerman was found INNOCENT of those charges period. End of story.

Oh no wait... it's not the end of the story...Race Baiters Inc. isn't done yet with their fund raisers.

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That's very interesting. Here we are being fed the cock and bull by the lamestream media, and all she was actually doing was pondering the interviewer's statement. Very telling indeed. She appears to be a black hispanic, so perhaps she had a conflict of interest.

Here's the statement in context.

Here's something else you don't hear too much about -

17 Year Old Kid Shot, No Struggle, Media Silent.

Surveillance video shows Marley Lion, pictured above, losing his life. Like Trayvon Martin, he was only 17. Unlike Martin who beat Zimmerman's head to the cement, there was no struggle. This is an open and shut case.

Marley Lion was killed in Charleston, South Carolina, at around 4 am on June 16, 2012. That was just a few months after Trayvon Martin. He was 17..

The media is silent on this issue. Obama won't mention him either. But four suspects were arrested

Weren't Marley's civil rights to live and mind his own business violated? Where's holder, sharpton and obama and all the rest of the purveyors of hate, racism, and division now? Why are they silent on this subject? Don't they care about the civil rights of white people?

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Don't they care about the civil rights of white people?

What an ugly tragedy. The black community was aware of this in South Carolina - and glad these thugs are off the streets. (The black press). The perpetrators of this crime were caught and if not put to death, should never see the light of day. I don't see anyone denigrating the young man who was killed. He and Trayvon were victims. Their mothers and families are still grieving. No one is defending the perpetrators who committed an open and shut crime. The judgement of the law involved is clear. Gosh Kawfi, according to you, white people are victims because people of color were given equal opportunity. The process of the change may have been handled better - but it is 2013, and people of color who took advantage of 'equal opportunity' are doing better than some whites. It's what America hoped to achieve - equal opportunity for all.

Sharpton? There is no question regarding the law in this case. Why should they be involved? The 17 year old was killed by criminals committing a crime. His civil right to exist was certainly violated, and no one is denying justice to his killers.

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How dare you insinuate that this innocent man should be denigrated for minding his own business. He was murdered in cold blood in a hate crime. Where are the marches? Where are the civil rights investigations by the DOJ? Where is the 'president' stating that the victim could have been shemp biden 30 years ago? Where is the crap-weasel obama stating that Americans need to start having a conversation about the fact that colored people are murdering people at 10 times the rate of any other race?

This divisive administration needs to stop treating white people like second class citizens. This lame president is the most divisive, racist, lying president in history. He is destroying America and you people just stand there with your finger up your nose like nothing he is does is wrong.

Oh yeah, thank you for sharing.

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Kawfi: lead your people to

Kawfi: lead your people to the streets! You must have a great following . Peaceful demonstration is valued. Hateful rhetoric is shunned.

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My people?

There is no such thing as "my people". I own no one and have never claimed to lead anyone. The responsible citizens of Fayette county are out in force though. We are armed and ready to stand our ground when confronted by the cowardly thugs and hoodlums that want to cause harm and drive us out of our city.

Hateful rhetoric is not shunned by colored people, it is encouraged. obama and holder are instigating violence against white people.

Police: Assault, Robbery Investigated as Hate Bias

According the victim, one of the attackers yelled, “This is for Trayvon,” during the assault. The victim suffered lacerations to the face from the attack.

These cowards took their cue from the code words that the crap-weasels obama and holder used as a signal to their followers to go after whitey.

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Your rhetoric reminds me of the rhetoric used by the Black Panthers yesteryear, Interesting. You've got the vocabulary down pat!!! You're a good study!

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Be careful DM...

Someone might remember you are a pretty good study yourself... What with all of your defending the New Black Panthers
rhetoric and actions... So......

Remember two White Men in Hoods and Robes slapping a nightstick against their legs is not intimidation....

They are just Voluntary poll Workers...

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Joe, I finally agree with you. You are truly unique!

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