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Murder is now considered "innocence"? God help us!!!
Originally posted by jaynx
I can't see Zimmerman not being set free. They are trying to convict an innocent man of murder- coming from my law enforcement dad about to retire this month. Any cop in the same situation would have done the same thing if punched in the face and put to the ground. Zimmerman's broken nose doesn't lie. Profiling is a must. I do it everyday. Profiling is not racism. It is recognizing past associations. Seems there may be riots after the innocent verdict. Why cant folks see the truth through their own bias? They don't care about the evidence, they only want Zimmerman to be found guilty.edit on 4-7-2013 by jaynx because: spelling
Originally posted by ButterCookie
I know I may be a little late when it comes to the trial coverage ( I mentioned earlier that I have spent yesterday and most of the morning watching the YouTube videos of them), but WHOA!! I had to ask myself which side Osterman was the witness for!!!
He lends an awful lot of credibility to Zimmerman's account.
He states how Zimmerman was not looking for confrontation that night, and how Zimmerman only got out of his truck to identify what street he was on, AND to dispel the reason of suspicion in case Trayvon met back up with him.
The Prosecution kept trying to invoke a racial motive when he asked him to repeatedly to give the words Zimmerman used to describe Trayvon.
"Tall, slender build..."
"What about RACE?"
"uhh...he knew he was black, but wasn't focused on that."
"So he described him as BLACK?"
"(duuhhh) Yes. But he was mainly focused on his height, weight, and what he was wearing."
Plus he literally PROVES that Trayvon was the aggressor, which is the most important argument made.
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Any cop in the same situation would have done the same thing if punched in the face and put to the ground.
Zimmerman's broken nose doesn't lie.
reply to post by ugie1028
but so far from my view... murder 2 is long gone