Originally posted by getreadyalready
Originally posted by jakeistheone
Is this the best that ATS can do?
You all talk about this case like it's the most important thing IN THE WORLD!
How many kids have died out there due to violence,and yet everyone is concentrated on this kid.
I agree,it's tragic,but there are many ,much more horrific crimes in the world than this.
About 45 people murdered each and every day in the US, and that doesn't count the missing and exploited people or the ones that are not originally ruled murder, but updated later to include that charge.
So, everyday that people have been jumping on this Trayvon bandwagon, more than 45 people have been being murdered unnoticed except by their close friends and family.
One Source, there are others.
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Originally posted by OldCurmudgeon
The UN has no authotity and this is absurd.
Originally posted by antar
What do they have to do with our justice system? They have a terrible track record themselves, better look into their own disaccord before any one else's. Obama is in bed with them.
Originally posted by GoldenRuled
LOL! I know I'm not the 1st to ask, what the heck business is it of the UN? Can make a NWO skeptic ask wait, what?
***BRIDGETOWN: UN rights chief Navi Pillay on Thursday called for an "immediate investigation" into the circumstances surrounding the February death of an unarmed black US teen, shot by a neighbourhood watchman.
Pillay made the comments about the controversial Trayvon Martin case at a press conference in Barbados, as she wrapped up a three-day visit to the Caribbean island nation.
"As High Commissioner for Human Rights, I call for an immediate investigation," Pillay told reporters.***
Channel News Asiaedit on 6-4-2012 by GoldenRuled because: (no reason given)