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Originally posted by rebellender
reply to post by Classified Info
wouldnt that be a stipulation of the Grand jury ? which didnt happen?
Originally posted by popsmayhem
Originally posted by LErickson
reply to post by popsmayhem
Yeah I am still waiting on some sources and some answers from you myself.
Got them yet? Otherwise you are just still rambling crap that I am not going to read.
All the witnesses line up with zimmerman story
Zimmerman faces life in prison if convicted. “With use of a firearm a conviction for this offense has a 25 year mandatory minimum sentence,” said Bernstein. Angela Corey had options in terms of what she could charge George Zimmerman with including less serious charges. Bernstein says, “The prosecutor could have gone with aggravated manslaughter: essentially a killing without malice or premeditation of someone under 18 years old. That also carries a steep punishment or the traditional involuntary or voluntary manslaughter.” It is also possible that lesser included offenses like manslaughter are options once the case goes to the jury.
i have no zeal to hang the man, my zeal is for justice. we as a society cannot let civilians run around playing cops and robbers following people that are not committing a crime. i mean can a cop even do that without a warrant? can a cop follow a suspicious person around without witnessing a crime and for how long can they follow them for? in my opinion that is called HARASSMENT!! we should not let a person walk away from killing someone without a full and proper investigation, how did they do a full and proper investigation in less then 24 hours and let the guy go home???????????? trayvons parents deserve answers.
Originally posted by THE_PROFESSIONAL
Wow, 250 pages, and this has been going on in the news 24-7. This is just a distraction too keep us fighting amongst ourselves while we lose our jobs as they are outsourced and we are preparing for another conflict. Guys I urge you to forget about this case, drop it!
We need to focus on the REAL issues
Originally posted by rebellender
reply to post by LErickson
write a book, a best seller about your fiction.
ETA: I would have been logged into ATS and arguing with you about other nonsense I am sure but see, its ridiculous to assume positions that are Fictitious
when you assume it makes WHAT out of WHO see, there you goedit on 17-4-2012 by rebellender because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by cyb3rR3v0luti0nary
reply to post by conspiracy nut
"Justice" is served, the moment a case is decided. Wether it went the way you want it to go or not, "justice" was served. Plenty of people go to jail innocently, guilty people get off. Still, "justice" was served.
I hope you never have to go before the court on any serious charges, you will see what "justice" is. Look at how much it costs to hire a defense lawyer, to stay out of jail costs big bucks. "Justice" is a joke, but until we change it, I guess we will have to deal with it.
I love how people are still harping on about Ms. Anthony, she went to the chopping block, stood in front of a jury of her peers and was found not guilty. Get over it.edit on 17-4-2012 by cyb3rR3v0luti0nary because: ugh cannot type today.
Originally posted by conspiracy nut
how was justice served? seems you are ok with bad decisions. one of the great things about this country is that we can express our opinions about these sort of things. the problem is when people can weasel their ways through charges because of technicalities. if zimmerman gets off on a technicality, i will not get over it, i will continue to voice my opinion. people like you will get over it.