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  1. #41
    [QUOTE=FF2;4426738]A shame Zimmerman didn't do the same. The kid would be alive.[/QUOTE]

    He did call the police silly...

  2. #42
    [QUOTE=AlwaysGreenAlwaysWhite;4426752]He did call the police silly...[/QUOTE]

    And their advice was?

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    [QUOTE=AlwaysGreenAlwaysWhite;4426752]He did call the police silly...[/QUOTE]

    And then promptly did the OPPOSITE of what they said to do. Because he's an effing moron.

    Why did he call the cops if he was just gonna let his faux penis do his talking for him?

    I GOTS A GUN!! I'M A NEIGHBOR PROTECTOR!!! GOTS TO STOP THE CRIME!!

  4. #44
    [QUOTE=FF2;4426765]And their advice was?[/QUOTE]

    Hey, I didn't say the dude listened...

    Look, obviously, the guy made a grave mistake by pursuing what he deemed a suspect...

    But from the way the law is written, he's covered.

    Morally outraged, you all may be but you should point that outrage towards the law, not the individual covered by it.

    We'll find out more as time goes on but this story has run its course up to this point...

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    [QUOTE=AlwaysGreenAlwaysWhite;4426797]But from the way the law is written, he's covered.[/QUOTE]

    As is the kid. Martin ha the same coverage under the dumb law to beat the head of an gun-toting madman into the concrete until he was dead.

    Don't you think you'd want your GF or family member to be allowed under the law to beat the snot out of someone who was stalking them on a dark street, in the rain and with a gun?


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    [QUOTE=Frequent Flyer;4425777]I don't know how you come to the conclusion Zimmerman was looking for trouble. Growing up we had an old lady who lived across the street, she'd sit on her porch pretending to read the papers but she was watching everyone and everything. She called my parents, the kid next door parents, reporting our activity incessantly. Occassionaly, she'd call the police to report a non-crime. She was a harmless, nosy busy body.

    It never occured to me that I should tackle her and smash her head into the pavement.

    But then again, I'm not a feral sociopath like Trevor Martin.[/QUOTE]

    I didn't realize that Martin attacked Zimmerman on his porch

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    [QUOTE=PlumberKhan;4426807]As is the kid. Martin ha the same coverage under the dumb law to beat the head of an gun-toting madman into the concrete until he was dead.

    Don't you think you'd want your GF or family member to be allowed under the law to beat the snot out of someone who was stalking them on a dark street, in the rain and with a gun?


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    Dude, you gotta work on your sarcasm-meter. This post made WAY more sense than I'm sure you intended it to . . .:P

  8. #48
    The phone call Martin made confirms he knew he was being followed and he made attempts to get away. The state could def argue Martin was in fear of his life when finally approached by a complete stranger who had been following for a considerable period of time before th actual encounter.


    [QUOTE=PlumberKhan;4426807]As is the kid. Martin ha the same coverage under the dumb law to beat the head of an gun-toting madman into the concrete until he was dead.

    Don't you think you'd want your GF or family member to be allowed under the law to beat the snot out of someone who was stalking them on a dark street, in the rain and with a gun?


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  9. #49
    [QUOTE=piney;4426839]I didn't realize that Martin attacked Zimmerman on his porch[/QUOTE]

    Great comeback. :zzz:

  10. #50
    In all the time it took for Zimmy to call 911, follow Martin, lose him, find him again, get out of his truck, Martin call his girlfriend, have an in depth conversation---

    Martin didn't have enough time to just stroll on back to his fathers girfriends house? :rolleyes:

    I close my eyes and all i see is the scene in Spinal Tap during the guitar solo when the rest of the band goes and gets a full facial massage.

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    [QUOTE=cr726;4426858]The phone call Martin made confirms he knew he was being followed and he made attempts to get away. The state could def argue Martin was in fear of his life when finally approached by a complete stranger who had been following for a considerable period of time before th actual encounter.[/QUOTE]

    I'm thinking he should have called 911 instead of his girlfriend.

  12. #52
    [QUOTE=frostlich;4427175]I'm thinking he should have called 911 instead of his girlfriend.[/QUOTE]

    Young 17 year old kids who want police contact, sounds like the next Maury Povich Show. :D

    I read another report and this one states Zimmerman said Martin approached his vehicle and asked him why are you following me? Zimmerman said he wasn't and Martin walked away and hid, the Zimmerman exited his vehicle and went to look for Martin. Zimmerman found Martin and Martin went after Zimmerman, "IF" this story is true the state has a very good case against Zimmerman, he lied to the victim and still pursued the victim after the first encounter.

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    [QUOTE=FF2;4426734]WTF are you talking about? :confused:[/QUOTE]

    Why I'm talking about your love of everythinbg anti American, anti Catholic and anti law abiding. And pro socialist and pro hard worker.
    A well informed and knowledgable person such as yourself has of course see the Black Panther photos, right?

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    [QUOTE=Frequent Flyer;4425777]I don't know how you come to the conclusion Zimmerman was looking for trouble.[/QUOTE]


    Zimmermann was armed and was pursuing (after being told by the police to stop) a kid he viewed as a possible burglar.

    I think that is the definition of "looking for trouble"

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    [QUOTE=PlumberKhan;4426807]As is the kid. Martin ha the same coverage under the dumb law to beat the head of an gun-toting madman into the concrete until he was dead.

    Don't you think you'd want your GF or family member to be allowed under the law to beat the snot out of someone who was stalking them on a dark street, in the rain and with a gun?


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    Plausible argument.

    This is a dumb law.

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    [QUOTE=cr726;4427188]Young 17 year old kids who want police contact, sounds like the next Maury Povich Show. :D

    [B]I read another report and this one states Zimmerman said Martin approached his vehicle and asked him why are you following me? Zimmerman said he wasn't and Martin walked away and hid, the Zimmerman exited his vehicle and went to look for Martin. Zimmerman found Martin and Martin went after Zimmerman, "IF" this story is true the state has a very good case against Zimmerman, he lied to the victim and still pursued the victim after the first encounter.[/B]

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    IMHO [B][I]IF[/I][/B] Zimmermann said that he is toast.

  17. #57
    [QUOTE=Buster;4427629]This is a dumb law.[/QUOTE]

    I'm sure the Criminal Element agrees with you wholeheartedly.

    Given that the writer of the Law and Zimmerman's Lawyer both say clearly that the Stand Your Ground Law does not apply here, I'm at a loss at how this case leads to a "it's a dumb law" decision, but sadly I'm not suprised a modern liberal does not believe in the right to protect oneself or their property from harm.

  18. #58
    [QUOTE=Frequent Flyer;4427075]Great comeback. :zzz:[/QUOTE]

    compared to your analogy of a woman watching kids on her porch to the Martin/Zimmerman case, yeah, it was..thanks.

  19. #59
    [QUOTE=piney;4427703]compared to your analogy of a woman watching kids on her porch to the Martin/Zimmerman case, yeah, it was..thanks.[/QUOTE]

    Martin was abou 150 yards from his fathers girlfriends house when Zimmy lost him. All he to do was keep on walking, but for some reason he stopped to BS with his girlfriend on the phone until Zimmy caught up with him, so he could beat the crap out of him.

    To bad for the kid Zimmy had a gun. LMAO

  20. #60
    First of all, the BS from ABC, CBS and NBC have clouded the situation with their flat out distortions of the truth and please stop putting a picture of a 11 year old child.

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