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Right, I'm still hung up on how there's no proof Zimmerman committed a crime.
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Originally Posted by Ataturk View Post

Right, I'm still hung up on how there's no proof Zimmerman committed a crime.

Awwww, yeah, he's obviously the Geronimo Pratt of white hispanics.
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Originally Posted by Ataturk View Post

Right, I'm still hung up on how there's no proof Zimmerman committed a crime.

Being complicit means being involved in an illegal or questionable act. In this case his complicity lead to the death of someone. I said it before, claiming self defense in these situations almost never fly. It's pretty simple, if you look for a fight and you get it then you're on you're own. That's pretty much how the legal system views it. The but but but defense won't work no matter how you spin it.
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Ataturk are pain in the neck..

Disagree. Say what you will about 'turk on other threads, but on this one, his comments (especially early in the thread about legal matters) were very apt, helpful, and helped put a needed perspective on an obviously emotional case.
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I don't think he's spent any time on the case. Nothing he's said is the product of any sort of accepted evidence. We all shape the facts to fit the narratives we want; APE's problem is that he makes up easily-checked facts, which ruins the credibility of his arguments. The map I posted shows the layout of the apartment complex (or "gated community", depending on your narrative). The complex is shaped into roughly hundred yard blocks. Arthur's saying that in that the entire complex block, heavily landscaped, at night, there was no place to hide. It's ludicrous prima facie.
.....and this is what I'm talking about. I don't believe Trayvon Martin was hiding in the bushes or anything like that. I believe Zimmerman should go to jail. But Arthur's ridiculous statements have me arguing with him about that. It's stupid.

+1.
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I just can't get over the irony of the depths to which the left will sink to validate their prejudment of the case.
If Zimmerman was black and he'd killed Martin in a drug deal gone bad, and he was prosecuted like this, he'd be a cause celebre by now.

+2. When all else fails, call the guy a child molester. It's sort of the Godwin of the MSM world (though, no doubt, after the child molestation thing goes away he'll no doubt be called a Nazi, as they'll probably find some picture of him next to a Buddhist temple with a swastika in the background from when he was eleven.)

Luckily, being in Japan I don't have to see the play-by-play of this, but as we said dozens of pages ago... it's been a total slimefest from the start. A good discourse analyst could make a career off this one, if most of them weren't sadly already so ideologically biased as to buy the MSM version of this whole hog.
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A good discourse analyst could make a career off this one,.

Yes, do it Rach.

I thought publishing stuff is always a plus to those in academia, and I would love to see an article/book by you after the case has been decided.

If you wanted to do a vanity press type book ( and I'm not saying there's no chance of a main stream book publishers acceptance ), I would invest.
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I read today that since he was 8 and she was 6, that charges for such action normally aren't filed and the kid(s) in question are sent to therapy instead of juvenile facilities...

Not really sure how the repeated offenses come into play... in the original article it said it stopped when she was 16 and he was 17.

I'm guessing either way the statute of limitations would apply because it doesn't seem like a case of repressed memories where she suddenly awakened with horror and remembered what happened...
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I read today that since he was 8 and she was 6, that charges for such action normally aren't filed and the kid(s) in question are sent to therapy instead of juvenile facilities...
Not really sure how the repeated offenses come into play... in the original article it said it stopped when she was 16 and he was 17.
I'm guessing either way the statute of limitations would apply because it doesn't seem like a case of repressed memories where she suddenly awakened with horror and remembered what happened...

Sending kids to therapy for playing doctor? ffffuuuu.gif
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Sending kids to therapy for playing doctor? ffffuuuu.gif
All the fun of being a kid is gone nowadays. frown.gif
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Originally Posted by furo View Post

I read today that since he was 8 and she was 6, that charges for such action normally aren't filed and the kid(s) in question are sent to therapy instead of juvenile facilities...
Not really sure how the repeated offenses come into play... in the original article it said it stopped when she was 16 and he was 17.
I'm guessing either way the statute of limitations would apply because it doesn't seem like a case of repressed memories where she suddenly awakened with horror and remembered what happened...

Sending kids to therapy for playing doctor? ffffuuuu.gif

Depends, was he playing gynecologist or forensic pathologist?
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Depends, was he playing gynecologist or forensic pathologist?

Or even Taxidermist..
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This is not a good conversation.
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This is not a good conversation.
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This is not a good conversation.

Actually the all thread got better in that exact last page..
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No, sorry lasbar. Talking about details of a sexual encounter between a 6 y-o and an 8 y-o is not a good conversation for adults. Let's please change the topic and get back to the case.
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

No, sorry lasbar. Talking about details of a sexual encounter between a 6 y-o and an 8 y-o is not a good conversation for adults. Let's please change the topic and get back to the case.

I thought you were talking about the snark not that particular issue..

As people will judge Zimmerman partially on the credibility of his testimony , it is interesting to have the best picture possible of his character..

Ataturk was very quick to point out Martin has been expelled from school and smoked marijuana when these facts have no link to the murder/incident.

He had a point at the time but he can't have it both ways noew damaging informations have been discovered.

Zimmerman has been recently been caught lying to court and other things showing a dishonest side of his personality...

I agree with you to pass on that particular episode ..
post #2715 of 6250
Apparently the prosecutors actually objected to the judge ordering these "molestation" allegations released to the public.

http://www.flcourts18.org/PDF/Press_Releases/State%20resp%20to%20motion%20to%20reconsider%20disclosure.pdf

Don't know anything about Florida law, but ordering it released over the objections of both parties is just weird.
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