Originally Posted by Piobaire
A poster quite recently spent a lot of bandwidth justifying the "outrage" of the "Justice for Trayvon" folks. People that have been in this thread for some time trying to discern fact from fiction and come to a balanced and legal conclusion for some time are now expressing a bit of outrage of the continued biased and unreasonable things being posted.
Some aspects of this thread are starting to border on pathological.
The history of this case is public. Does that mean outrage at certain aspects of what ocurred should be squelched? Does it really need to be justified at all?
It seems that any public outrage is patently feared by some posters who spend hours and days raking through it for the sole purpose of mocking it.
Weird shit. People will have their own reasons for feeling how they feel that cant always be stuffed into the little box called "ignorance" (though convenient if it could right?)