Originally Posted by gllahone84
Whatever light you're referring to doesn't justify murder...he was unarmed.
What does this have to do with Zimmerman going on the hunt?
Who is he to kill a person who maybe considered somewhat troubled? Which is complete bs imo.
Those things are not relevant btw...and what about Zimmerman's history since you want to bring up the past?
I DON'T want to bring up the past. You obviously didn't read or comprehend anything I wrote. My point was in how what happened in this case is a casualty of the legal system. (Not Trayvon's death being a casualty, I mean the immense amount of stuff that was wrong with this case from the jump).
Originally Posted by Mister Friendly
Nope Martin ran away from Zimmerman to take a different route. Zimmerman cut him off and confronted him
Please look at the maps before you speak
I have looked at the maps. The maps show Trayvon Martin meeting up with George Zimmerman at a location he had already past. Meaning he went back.
Originally Posted by SFC415
Can these geeks stay out of this thread please? We get it, you've never done anything dumb in your young age. You've never acted hard in pictures to impress your friends. You've never smoked or drank. You've never reacted to someone @#$@$@$ with you with any violence, unlike 99.5% of males on earth at that age. Congrats, but that doesn't mean normal teenagers deserve getting shot.
Says the guy... complaining... on the Internet.
And to your point of "You've never reacted toward someone with violence, unlike 99.5% of males..." ... so you're rationalizing violence due to lack of maturity to make a decision in correlation with age? Great, that's exactly what this country needs, more reasons to be violent.
No one, NO ONE, deserves to be shot. Not Trayvon Martin. Not George Zimmerman. Not the EIGHT people who were shot in New Orleans in the last 24 hours, 6 of which who are dead (not going to lis races, ages, etc, it's irrelevant).
Some of you guys act like there's no criminal defense in this case. As if the state threw the case like it was championship fight and the defense was just making stuff up on the fly and had some brainwashed jury.
NOT 0.00001% of my intelligent brand believes George Zimmerman did the right thing on March 12, 2012. But last I read, this was the "Trayvon Martin Trial Thread". Discussing what happened in the TRIAL does not constitute believing Zimmerman is "innocent".
People are so quick to run to a rally in their hometown, chant, rah rah rah, and then it's over. If any of you care, REALLY CARE, then you'd do something to STOP this perpetual cycle of racial undertones in this damn country. How many of you walked around with that chip on your shoulder toward people YOU DON'T EVEN KNOW today? Does anyone here really think that's the solution? And to everyone who keeps getting mad that the "black on black" crime element keeps getting brought up, regardless if you want to acknowledge that or not, it plays into this. Because violence in general, white on black, black on black, white on white, yellow on red, red on brown, is a major problem among the YOUTH in this country.
Sure, some people are on here trolling, trying to get you guys fired up. And some people really just don't believe Zimmerman is guilty.
But the ONLY reason I'm still contributing in this thread is because I'm more concerned with what happens NOW. I could give a **** less what happens to George Zimmerman. Him getting blown away, castrated, beheaded, and left in the middle of Sanford, Florida isn't gonna bring Trayvon Martin back.
Like I said before. Some of you seriously need to evaluate the hate you have in your heart.