posted on May, 26 2014 @ 11:08 PM
It's hard to believe that I reread the entire thread, but I did.
Let's assume, just for this moment, that whatever it is that willtell is trying to say is true. That Zimmerman hated blacks and pretty much on the
spur of the moment devised a plan to kill one he happened to see. Yeah, I know that's silly, but bear with me.
Then the state used investigative resources from several local, state, and federal agencies. Either they were all corrupt or Zimmerman found a way to
fool them all. Then a State appointed prosecutor presented the evidence. Either he was corrupt or the evidence collected was faulty. Then a jury,
composed largely of Blacks, were either corrupted, stupid, or brainwashed, or they were intelligently responding to the corruption in other levels,
and decided the State hadn't proved their case.
Let's assume Zimmerman was completely guilty and got off in this case. There are a couple of questions that spring to my mind.
1.) What does anyone want to do about it now? Bad guys have gotten off before, and will again. If you don't want to go through the legal system,
then is the purpose of this simply to say bad things about Zimmerman? That may be cathartic, but to what purpose?
2.) If you think this is endemic to the entire justice system in America, why not make that point and defend it?
3.) If, by the remotest of chances, you desire to have a serious discussion about crime in America, especially it's racial aspects, I applaud you
and will wait with great anticipation.