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post #3886 of 6250
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Originally Posted by munchausen View Post


And then there's "why didn't he obey the police and stay in his car? Because he had a lust for negro blood that couldn't be sated!!!!!" That one is actually the worst because of the implication that only a monster would dare defy the will of a 911 dispatcher, surely the most wise and powerful ruler this land has ever known.

And of course, as Pio notes, the conclusion that Z is an irresonsible dipshit, even a racist one if that's what one believes, can be entirely consistent with the conclusion that he is not guilty.
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

What really sucks is I think Zimmerman was completely in the wrong but obviously not the person DU idiots are making him out to be. I mean you're reading those people too and it's really disturbing what those idiots believe.
post #3887 of 6250
This just in from CNN,

"Martin was African-American; Zimmerman is Hispanic."

http://www.cnn.com/2013/07/13/justice/zimmerman-trial/index.html?hpt=hp_t1

Truly amazing how a White Hispanic becomes a Hispanic!

In other news, jurors at lunch and no verdict yet.
post #3888 of 6250
http://www.cnn.com/2013/07/13/justice/zimmerman-it-firing/index.html?hpt=hp_t1
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An employee of the Florida State Attorney's Office who testified that prosecutors withheld evidence from George Zimmerman's defense team has been fired.

...

He received the termination letter, dated July 11, on Friday, the same day jurors began deliberating Zimmerman's case.

Wow.

The details:
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Kruidbos said that, when he printed a 900-page Florida Department of Law Enforcement report from Martin's cell phone in late 2012 or early 2013, he noticed information was missing.

Concerned that attorneys did not have all the information they needed to prepare the case, he said, he reported his concerns to a State Attorney's Office investigator and later to prosecutor Bernie de la Rionda.

Kruidbos said he generated a report that was more than three times the size of the one that had been handed over.

For example, Kruidbos said that 2,958 photos were in the report given to the defense but that his report contained 4,275 photos.

Kruidbos also said that he has been told to not put specific case-identifying information into internal e-mails.

Through his attorney, Wesley White, Kruidbos informed Zimmerman's defense team that the information existed.
post #3889 of 6250
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post


And then there's "why didn't he obey the police and stay in his car? Because he had a lust for negro blood that couldn't be sated!!!!!" That one is actually the worst because of the implication that only a monster would dare defy the will of a 911 dispatcher, surely the most wise and powerful ruler this land has ever known.

How dare you imply that one need be a monster to lust for negro blood?
Edited by Fang66 - 7/13/13 at 11:17am
post #3890 of 6250
Just reading about that Ata, that's a clear ethical violation by the state prosecutors. Someone should be disbarred for that if true.
post #3891 of 6250
I don't understand all you people quoting tweets as some sort of example of all people who think Zimmerman's guilty. Twitter is a cess pool of human ignorance and shouldn't be taken even remotely seriously. It's one step above Youtube comments. It also cuts both ways:

Mr. Rude ‏@RudeByNature00 1h
If they find George Zimmerman guilty ima get me a #FreeGeorgeZimmerman t-shirt made just to piss all the black folks off

Emmaline Pinckney ‏@emmalinee15 2h
We drove by the courthouse for the Zimmerman Trial and my dad rolls down the window and screams"FREE GEORGE ZIMMERMAN FREE GEORGE ZIMMERMAN"
post #3892 of 6250
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Originally Posted by Nil View Post

I don't understand all you people quoting tweets as some sort of example of all people who think Zimmerman's guilty. Twitter is a cess pool of human ignorance and shouldn't be taken even remotely seriously. It's one step above Youtube comments. It also cuts both ways:

Mr. Rude ‏@RudeByNature00 1h
If they find George Zimmerman guilty ima get me a #FreeGeorgeZimmerman t-shirt made just to piss all the black folks off

Emmaline Pinckney ‏@emmalinee15 2h
We drove by the courthouse for the Zimmerman Trial and my dad rolls down the window and screams"FREE GEORGE ZIMMERMAN FREE GEORGE ZIMMERMAN"

I was mostly doing it for comedic effect.
post #3893 of 6250
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post

Just reading about that Ata, that's a clear ethical violation by the state prosecutors. Someone should be disbarred for that if true.

Different jurisdictions and all, but where I come from it would be more than disbarment, it'd be hard time for perverting the course of justice.

And where I live now it'd be, well they work for the public service, if they bow very deeply and say they are very sorry then all's good.
post #3894 of 6250
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Originally Posted by Nil View Post

I don't understand all you people quoting tweets as some sort of example of all people who think Zimmerman's guilty. Twitter is a cess pool of human ignorance and shouldn't be taken even remotely seriously. It's one step above Youtube comments. It also cuts both ways:

I'm quoting from DU which is probably worse.
post #3895 of 6250
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post

Just reading about that Ata, that's a clear ethical violation by the state prosecutors. Someone should be disbarred for that if true.

The thing that's so remarkable about it to me is that this is the first time I've seen the details.I knew there was an alleged discovery violation, but I assumed it was a result of incompetence or was largely founded on speculation about what the prosecutors knew. I had never even heard of the whistleblower.

It seems like the media just doesn't care.
post #3896 of 6250
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Originally Posted by rnoldh View Post

This just in from CNN,

"Martin was African-American; Zimmerman is Hispanic."

http://www.cnn.com/2013/07/13/justice/zimmerman-trial/index.html?hpt=hp_t1

Truly amazing how a White Hispanic becomes a Hispanic!

In other news, jurors at lunch and no verdict yet.

Juror B76 is rumored to have ordered a grilled chicken salad and may have used a nearby vending machine to purchase a pack of peanuts. What, if anything, does this tell us about a possible verdict?
post #3897 of 6250
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Originally Posted by suited View Post

Juror B76 is rumored to have ordered a grilled chicken salad and may have used a nearby vending machine to purchase a pack of peanuts. What, if anything, does this tell us about a possible verdict?

Fried Chicken is good for prosecution case and Chicken Salad is good for the defense. Peanuts are neutral.

This is per Jo Ellen Demetrius and thousands of hours of NSA research.
post #3898 of 6250
your nsa probably knows what they are doing... imagine some bored spook following the case from his office.
post #3899 of 6250
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Originally Posted by scarphe View Post

your nsa probably knows what they are doing... imagine some bored Orca following the case from his office.

scarphe, I fixed it for the PC Gods
post #3900 of 6250
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Originally Posted by Ataturk View Post

The thing that's so remarkable about it to me is that this is the first time I've seen the details.I knew there was an alleged discovery violation, but I assumed it was a result of incompetence or was largely founded on speculation about what the prosecutors knew. I had never even heard of the whistleblower.

It seems like the media just doesn't care.

Why am I not surprised?
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