3/27/2012 8:39pm, #471
The obvious answer when you're pissed off about your perceived lack of justice is to trash some retail outlet that had nothing to do with why you're pissed off:
3/27/2012 8:50pm, #472
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3/27/2012 8:54pm, #473
Great so that stupid **** has already started. So how long till we see this happen??:
3/27/2012 9:12pm, #474
3/27/2012 9:19pm, #475
Rioting and looting are the best methods of showing your disapproval of the establishment. They make a statement that you will not go silent into the night, that you will stand up and be counted for what is right and that a big arse TV will look awesome in your living room, linked up with your new games console. Be sure to get in early, because they won't last long.GET A RED BELT OR DIE TRYIN'.
3/27/2012 9:30pm, #476
3/27/2012 9:36pm, #477
3/27/2012 11:00pm, #478
That's as may be; the anti-Zimmerman constituency keeps calling for justice, and hopefully justice will be had. But, I think Inigo Montoya said it best...
For the record, I'm still in the Zimmerman-is-liable camp until/unless facts show otherwise; even if Martin was the aggressor as in who-threw-the-first-punch, Zimmerman had no right to pursue Martin - onto other people's property, no less - and ultimately, if unintentionally, Zimmerman was at least equally responsible for the situation which resulted in Martin's death. Right now, I believe he did the wrong things, for the right reasons.
I have no problem with Zimmerman being convicted of VM, he had ample opportunity to prevent this escalation, especially given his presumably above-average knowledge due to his criminal justice studies, "duties," as neighborhood watch captain, and apparently ample experience reporting suspicions to the police. In short, Zimmerman knew better, but let emotion run away with him.
3/28/2012 9:07am, #479
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This is very interesting if it turns out to be true. I'll admit it could definitely change my perception of what happened. My assumption that Zimmerman was justified is largely based on my assumption that the cops aren't complete morons as they've been painted.
If it turns out the cops wanted to arrest him and it was the state attorney that put the brakes on, that would be interesting.
Also it would mean more laughs at the media for getting every possible aspect of the story completely ass backwards. Or this article is just another fucked up piece of trash from the media. Who knows at this point?
3/28/2012 9:09am, #480
So, one time per week, I watch US news.
Holy crap. HOLY crap.
What is wrong with you people?
The matter itself is bizarre and sad enough, but all that RACISM?!
...Does that Malken or Malkin person know she is Asian?