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Es George Zimmerman, El Matador De Trayvon Martin, Blanco O Peruano/hispano

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[quote name='charlie319' timestamp='1340318157' post='2953414']
Creo que ya dijo que el color no era importante... Ademas, si tienes un zoquete amenazando tu vida mientras te golpea y sofoca, te vas a poner a considerar si es blanco, negro o a cuadros?

Se les esta desplomando el caso a los padrotes raciales.

Ah ya empezo el juicio? Fijate que ni me habia enterado....

Que brutt!!! pero que brutt!!!!

[color=#ff0000][font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][size=5]Mr. Zimmerman then wrote that Mr. Martin sat up and said, "You got me."[/size][/font][/color][color=#282828][font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif] AHHHHHJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJA[/font][/color]

[color=#282828][font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif] puedo ...AHHHHHHJJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJA noooooooo.....noooooooooooooo jajajajaajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajaja lo tengo que decir... que eso le quedo BIEN CABRON!!!! voy a fumar un gallo aggggghhhhhjajajajajajajajajajajajajaja....[/font][/color]

[color=#282828][font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]IIIIIIISSSSS a small world after all[/font][/color]
[color=#282828][font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]is as small word after all... [/font][/color]
[color=#282828][font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]jajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajaja. Le estas haciendo las vacaciones a Papo Cristian jajajajajajajajaja[/font][/color]

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[b] Finally, Police Chief In Trayvon Martin Case Is Fired[/b]

June 21, 2012By [url=""]Deborah Montesano[/url]

[url=""][img][/img][/url]In one small step toward justice for Trayvon Martin, the chief of police of Sanford, Florida was fired on Wednesday. Martin, an unarmed teenager, was shot and killed on February 26[sup]th[/sup] while walking through the housing complex where his father lived. Police Chief Bill Lee was heavily [url=""]criticized[/url] across the nation for mishandling the case—primarily for not arresting George Zimmerman, the man who shot the youth. A self-appointed neighborhood watch volunteer, Zimmerman invoked Florida’s ‘Stand Your Ground’ law to justify his action.

Sanford’s City Manager, Norton Bonaparte issued a [url=""]news release[/url], following a meeting with Bill Lee, that said, “After much thoughtful discussion and deep consideration for the issues facing the city of Sanford, I have determined the police chief needs to have the trust and respect of the elected officials and the confidence of the entire community. We need to move forward with a police chief that all the citizens of Sanford can support. I have come to this decision in light of the escalating divisiveness that has taken hold of the city.”
Soon after the killing, Lee took a leave of absence and offered to resign, but the city council refused to accept his resignation. Nevertheless, he went on leave and an interim police chief, Rick Myers, was brought in from Colorado on May 4th. Myers’ goal was to reach out to Sanford residents who felt ignored by the police department and help the community to heal. He’ll continue in his position until a search for a permanent replacement has been completed.
The city manager said, “I believe that there are many law enforcement officials who will find accepting the opportunity to serve as Sanford’s Police Chief a welcome challenge for their careers. I expect the search for a new chief to take several months.”
After the news of the firing was made public, Daryl Parks, attorney for Trayvon Martin’s parents, also made a statement . He said, “It’s important that we really believe that, as all of this has unfolded, we’ve continued to move closer to justice.”

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[quote name='napoleon888' timestamp='1340338371' post='2953439']
Ah ya empezo el juicio? Fijate que ni me habia enterado....

Que brutt!!! pero que brutt!!!!

[color=#ff0000][font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][size=5]Mr. Zimmerman then wrote that Mr. Martin sat up and said, "You got me."[/size][/font][/color][color=#282828][font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif] AHHHHHJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJA[/font][/color]

[color=#282828][font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif] puedo ...AHHHHHHJJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJA noooooooo.....noooooooooooooo jajajajaajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajaja lo tengo que decir... que eso le quedo BIEN ****!!!! voy a fumar un gallo aggggghhhhhjajajajajajajajajajajajajaja....[/font][/color]

[color=#282828][font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]IIIIIIISSSSS a small world after all[/font][/color]
[color=#282828][font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]is as small word after all... [/font][/color]
[color=#282828][font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]jajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajaja. Le estas haciendo las vacaciones a Papo Cristian jajajajajajajajaja[/font][/color]

Creo que eso se lo tendras que preguntar a los medios y al abogado de la familia del mozalbete...

Tu me estas haciendo las vacaciones a mi... Eres mas sencillo que un rompecabezas de una pieza. Hasta Terry Bradshaw te puede manejar...

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[color=#282828][font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]"He kind of sat back and said, 'You got me' or 'You got me, you got it"[/font][/color]

[color=#282828][font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Esta parte no la habia leido.....AHHHHJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJA [/font][/color]

[color=#282828][font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Con razon estos republikkkanos se creen el cuento jajajajajajajajaajajajaja si es una pelicula de vaqueros AHHHHJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJA[/font][/color]

[color=#282828][font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Cantemos juntos John!!! Cantemos juntos Carlota!!![/font][/color]

[b]It's a world of laughter[/b][color=#232323][font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][background=rgb(255, 250, 204)]
[b]A world of tears
It's a world of hopes
And a world of fears
There's so much that we share
That it's time we're aware
It's a small world after all[/b][/background][/font][/color][color=#232323][font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][background=rgb(255, 250, 204)]
[b]There is just one [url=""]moon[/url]
And one golden sun
And a smile means
Friendship to everyone
Though the mountains divide
And the oceans are wide[/b][/background][/font][/color][color=#232323][font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][background=rgb(255, 250, 204)]

[b]It's a small world after all[/b][/background][/font][/color][color=#232323][font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][background=rgb(255, 250, 204)]
[b]It's a small world after all
It's a small world after all
It's a small world after all
It's a small, small world.[/b][/background][/font][/color]

En la burbuja republikkkana....todo es posible!!

[color=#282828][font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Que brutt!!! Que brutt!!!![/font][/color]

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Ya Veremos cuando vayan a vistas....

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[quote name='charlie319' timestamp='1340470932' post='2953522']
Ya Veremos cuando vayan a vistas....


is a small world after all......


Que brutt!! Que brutt!!!!

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[b] Zimmerman Prosecutors Struggle to Outmaneuver Florida Law[/b]

Florida's "Stand Your Ground" law is complicating matters for prosecutors rushing to convict George Zimmerman. The law is clear that residents can meet force with force when they feel threatened.
June 23, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ --
Florida's Stand Your Ground law allows residents to use deadly force to defend themselves or their property, and when doing so, protects them from prosecution. [u]This law may derail the prosecution of defendant George Zimmerman in the much-publicized case of a neighborhood watch volunteer who shot and killed teenager Trayvon Martin[/u].
State prosecutors see the case as open-and-shut, arguing that Martin was simply a kid buying a soda at a convenience store. When Zimmerman called 911 to report a suspicious individual, police told him to stand down until they arrived; he did not.
While authorities note that the one possibly threatening detail about Trayvon Martin was a simple hooded sweatshirt, George Zimmerman claims that Martin physically attacked him.
[u]Florida's Stand Your Ground law is clear: an individual has no duty to retreat from a public confrontation in which he or she reasonably perceives a danger. As the Miami Herald notes, Floridians are allowed to "meet force with force." In fact, Zimmerman was not initially arrested by police at all for this very reason[/u].
And, the law receives strong support. [b]A recent Quinnipiac University poll finds support for the state law at 56 percent, with only 35 percent opposed to it[/b].
While he was eventually charged with [url=""]second degree murder[/url], [u]state prosecutors have no easy task to explain why Stand Your Ground should not apply to George Zimmerman.[/u] In fact, anyone facing charges of murder or homicide in Florida should discuss their situation with an experienced criminal defense attorney who will hold the prosecution accountable for proving their case at every step and ensure the defendant's rights under state law are respected

Read more: [url=""][/url]

[email="Negrit@s"]Negrit@s[/email], [email="alt@s"]alt@s[/email] y [email="baj@s"]baj@s[/email], preparense para el pasme con el asunto cuando esto vaya a vista preliminar con el juez.

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Lo unico seguro aqui es que Zimmerman va salir millonario de toda esta comedia mediatica causada por todos estos activistas raciales y ciertas cadenas de tel y prensa que han agitado a las masas ....cuando esto termine veremos a 2 o 3 por aqui con sus lenguas acomplejadas en los estuches....y los negros co la buena excusa de el racismo vandalizando , saqueando comercios y viviendas y hasta asesinando personas como hicieron en el caso de Rodney King!!!

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[quote name='Chemo' timestamp='1340570321' post='2953618']
Lo unico seguro aqui es que Zimmerman va salir millonario de toda esta comedia mediatica causada por todos estos activistas raciales y ciertas cadenas de tel y prensa que han agitado a las masas ....cuando esto termine veremos a 2 o 3 por aqui con sus lenguas acomplejadas en los estuches....y los negros co la buena excusa de el racismo vandalizando , saqueando comercios y viviendas y hasta asesinando personas como hicieron en el caso de Rodney King!!!

AHHHJJAJAJAJAJAJA llego la brocha a cargar maletas, este ni entiende lo que esta pasando, pero por eso de alicatear opina jajajajajajajajajajajaja


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Deja que vaya a vistas... Ya estan empezando a soltar el dato, para que los molletitos de Florida no se amotinen tanto...

Fijate que El Idolo de Ebano dijo que Trayvon podria ser su hijo, si tuviera uno... Como es que no dijo lo mismo de Brian Terry? Ahhhh, se me olvidaba que a Terry lo mataron los traficantes de droga mexicanos a quienes llegaron las armas de "Fast & Furious"... y por extension mato el ejecutivo actual.

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Citemos al chupa media que le carga las maletas a la ultima que posteo, esto fue en la madrugada.....

[quote name='Chemo' timestamp='1340600505' post='2953651']
Bueno luego de una reunion telefonica con mi socio Charlie y luego de corroborar que nuestras botas solo huelen a trasero de colonialista arrodilaooo y bocabajo (napo incluido) hemos llegado a la conclusion de que es hora de tomarnos otro descansito , espero que nuestros fanaticos hayan dizfrutado tanto como nosotros de la comida de C^%$&*# que una ves mas le hemos dado a estos reyes de la incoherencia mental los bien llamados populares colonialistas que no son otros que los mismos que llevan desde el 1952 en la posicion sumisa de el Cordero eñangotao y como cabra en la jalda de las tetas de Cayey....en especial esos que añoran la colonia y odian al gringo desde sus [u]residencias en sus estados de la nacion [/u]a esos les hacemos una mencion honorifica ya que son tan y tan palurdos que hacen que los mismos Dominicanos parezcan inteligentes y cultos....

A nuestros fanaticos solo les decimos que esto no es una despedida , es solo un hasta luego , ya que luego regresaremos a ensuciar nuevamente nuestra botas con las endijas apestosas de todos los corderos arrodillaos y eñangotaos de este foro(PPDs)

Esten pendientes y mantenganse en sintonia con el convento de monjas santurronas y aburridas de CB en lo que regresamos ....algun dia!!...Cambio y fuera!!!!


Chemo y Charlie.....los reyes de la fornicacion mental!!!


Unas 7 horas despues, a las 8:22AM la beneficiada jefa regresa y postea jajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajajaaja. Ahhh a la verdad que el bocabajismo desorganizado al parecer es la orden del dia con estas dos cucarachas....sera que desautorizaron al alicate o sera que la beneficiada tuvo un......"change of heart" AHHHHJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAQJJAJAJAJAJA


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Esta es para que crea que el Stand Your Ground inmuniza a los asesinos de toda culpa. Esto sucedio en texas donde los vaqueritos adoran sus pistolas....

[color=#333333][font=Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]HOUSTON (AP) — A man who claimed Texas' version of a stand-your-ground law allowed him to fatally shoot a neighbor after an argument about a noisy party was sentenced Wednesday to [/font][/color][color=#ff0000][font=Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]40 years for murder[/font][/color][color=#333333][font=Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif].[/font][/color]

[color=#333333][font=Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]Raul Rodriguez, 46, had faced up to life in prison for the 2010 killing of Kelly Danaher.[/font][/color]

[color=#333333][font=Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]Rodriguez, a retired Houston-area firefighter, was angry about the noise coming from a birthday party at his neighbor's home. He went over and got into an argument with 36-year-old elementary school teacher Danaher and two other men at the party.[/font][/color]
[color=#333333][font=Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]In a 22-minute video he recorded on the night of the shooting, Rodriguez can be heard telling a police dispatcher "my life is in danger now" and "these people are going to go try and kill me." He then said, "I'm standing my ground here," and fatally shot Danaher and wounded the other two men.[/font][/color]

[color=#333333][font=Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]Rodriguez's reference to standing his ground is similar to the claim made by George Zimmerman, a neighborhood watch volunteer who is citing Florida's stand-your-ground law in his defense in the fatal February shooting of an unarmed teenager, Trayvon Martin. Rodriguez's case, however, was decided under a different kind of self-defense doctrine.[/font][/color]

[color=#333333][font=Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]Prosecutors called Rodriguez the aggressor who took a gun to complain about loud music and could have safely left his neighbor's driveway in Huffman, an unincorporated area about 30 miles northeast of Houston, any time before the shooting. Defense attorneys argued Rodriguez was defending himself when one of the men lunged at him and he had less than a second to respond.[/font][/color]

[color=#333333][font=Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]At trial, prosecutors tried to show Rodriguez had a history of not getting along with Danaher and other neighbors.[/font][/color]

[color=#333333][font=Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]One neighbor testified that Rodriguez, who had a concealed handgun license,[/font][/color][color=#ff0000][font=Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif] bragged about his guns and told her a person could avoid prosecution in a shooting by telling authorities you were in fear of your life and were standing your ground and defending yourself.[/font][/color][color=#333333][font=Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif] During the trial's punishment phase, neighbors, former co-workers and Rodriguez's ex-wife testified that Rodriguez was abusive, a bad neighbor and that he once shot a dog.[/font][/color]

[color=#333333][font=Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]Rodriguez's attorneys did not present any witnesses before the jury convicted him on June 13. But during the punishment phase, they called more than a dozen witnesses, including his wife and sons. They and other family members testified that he was not abusive, always stressed the importance of gun safety and that he was not cavalier with his weapons. One son said Rodriguez shot the dog because it was attacking his family.[/font][/color]
[color=#333333][font=Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]Texas' version of a stand-your-ground law is known as the Castle Doctrine. It was revised in 2007 to expand the right to use deadly force. The new version allows people to defend themselves in their homes, workplaces or vehicles. It also says a person using force cannot provoke the attacker or be involved in criminal activity at the time.[/font][/color]

[color=#333333][font=Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]Se les parece a alguien?[/font][/color]

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Por lo visto hay una epidemia de violencia hispana... Pero vamos a lo concerniente al tema... El acusado supuestamnete paso pruebas de detector de mentiras la misma noche del tiroteo... Algo que seria insolito para la persona promedio. Ese casito se desinfla como un soufle... Saben por que Obama no dijo que si el hubiera tenido un hijo se pareceria a Brian Terry (agente de la patrulla fronteriza acribillado por narcos en Arizona con armas provistas por el Departamento de Justicia de Obama)? No solo porque el Terry era blanco, sino porque tenia empleo, familia y carecia de historial violento...

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mmerman esta libre bajo fianza y en espera del proceso legal en su contra... Ha cambiado la realidad economica de su fianza? Es un mayor o menor peligro de fuga? Lo dudo, pero habia que apaciguar a las hordas y turbas etnicas.

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[b] Sanford, Fla., police took one position on Trayvon shooting in public, another in paperwork to prosecutors[/b]

[b]By Rene Stutzman[/b] / The Orlando Sentinel (MCT)

SANFORD, Fla. — [u]While publicly saying one thing — that they did not have enough evidence to arrest George Zimmerman — Sanford, Fla., police did essentially the opposite: filing paperwork saying they had enough to charge him with manslaughter[/u].
It’s something the department kept secret for two months, according to documents recently released by the special prosecutor in the case.

Here are their words versus their actions on three key dates, all from one tumultuous week about two weeks after Zimmerman shot and killed Trayvon Martin, an unarmed black 17-year-old:
[u]At 4 p.m. March 12, Sanford police Chief Bill Lee Jr. stood in City Hall plaza in front of a hostile crowd and dozens of reporters and insisted his agency could not arrest Zimmerman because investigators had failed to establish probable cause, the minimal standard of evidence to justify filing a criminal case.[/u]
[u]The next day, however, his agency sent prosecutors paperwork saying it did have probable cause and asked that they charge Zimmerman with manslaughter[/u].
[b]It was signed by lead Investigator Chris Serino and his boss, then-Sgt. Randy Smith[/b], but it was the department’s official position and had the support of Lee, said Capt. Bob O’Connor, who oversees the department’s major-crimes division and also was part of the investigation.
The request was sent to State Attorney Norm Wolfinger, whose office then took over the investigation.
Three days later, on March 16, Lee and several Sanford officers involved in the case, including Serino, went over some of the details of their investigation with the Orlando Sentinel.
They insisted they were prohibited by law from arresting or charging Zimmerman because they didn’t have enough evidence to disprove his claim of self-defense.
"If we had arrested him," Lee said that day, "we feel we would have violated his constitutional rights. . . . I’m not going to violate the trust and oath that I took and arrest somebody, violate their rights."
[u]Said Serino, "The best evidence we have is the testimony of George Zimmerman. . . . We did not have enough for an arrest warrant."[/u]
[u]Police and prosecutors use the same evidentiary standard — probable cause — whether they arrest someone at the scene of a crime, do it later using an arrest warrant or file a criminal charge directly without an arrest[/u].
[b]Lee, fired two weeks ago, would not discuss why he said one thing in public but had his agency quietly ask prosecutors to charge Zimmerman[/b]. A public-relations agency issued a short statement that it attributed to him:
"As I have stated consistently, at the time and based on the evidence and testimony we had, we did not have probable cause to make a physical arrest."
[u]His agency recommended the manslaughter charge on paper, the statement said, because without it, prosecutors would not have taken over the investigation.[/u]

A week and a half later, the investigation was out of Wolfinger’s hands as well. Gov. Rick Scott appointed Special Prosecutor Angela Corey, and on April 11, she charged Zimmerman with second-degree murder and had him arrested.
Department spokesman Sgt. David Morgenstern and Mayor Jeff Triplett both said they had no idea why Lee and Serino said one thing in public but filed paperwork saying the opposite.
At the time, Sanford police were being pummeled by critics who accused them of conducting an inept and biased investigation and covering up for a wannabe cop.

[u]The most vocal at the time were local leaders of the Urban League and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown and scores of local black Sanford residents, some of whom accused the department of a long history of harassing blacks and ignoring black crime victims[/u].
[b]An estimated 400 people packed a Sanford church March 14 for a rally [u]organized by a black televangelist from Baltimore[/u][/b].
Much of the evidence gathered by Sanford police, including paperwork, photos, witness statements and videos, has since been released and gives a fuller picture of how much work the agency did and how fully the agency investigated Trayvon’s shooting.
[b]Sanford police repeatedly canvassed the neighborhood looking for witnesses, handcuffed Zimmerman and took him to police headquarters, where they interrogated him that night before releasing him but kept his gun and clothes and took DNA samples.[/b]
[b]They also re-interviewed him several times; had him undergo a voice-stress analysis, a lower-tech version of a lie-detector test; and aggressively challenged inconsistencies in his account.[/b]
It was the release by the special prosecutor on May 17 and June 26 of records documenting Sanford police work that revealed that when they handed off the case to prosecutors, police reported they had enough evidence to charge Zimmerman.
[u]Several news organizations reported in late March that Serino wanted to charge Zimmerman the night of the shooting, but there have been no official records released to date by Corey that reflect that, and Serino’s public comments March 16 do not suggest that.[/u]
[b]"He says the decedent was the primary aggressor in the whole event," Serino said that day. "Everything I have is adding up to what he says."[/b]
His managers at the Police Department told the Sentinel he would not answer questions about the discrepancy.
[u]Zimmerman told police he shot Trayvon in self-defense after the teenager knocked him to the ground with a single punch, then began pounding his head on a sidewalk[/u].
Moments earlier, Zimmerman had called police, reported Trayvon as a suspicious person and stepped out of his truck and followed him on foot.
[b]Sanford police say they did not arrest Zimmerman because attorneys in Wolfinger’s office advised them that night and in following days that they did not have enough evidence.[/b]
[b]Prosecution records verify that those conversations took place but not what was said[/b].

Esto va a socavar la credibilidad de Serino. Veo serios problemas para la fiscalia en este asuntillo.

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Y sigue la mata dando:


[url=""][b][color="#011369"]Change of Subject[/color][/b][/url]
[size=3]BY ERIC ZORN[/size]

[color=#ff0000]Liberal law blogger [/color][url=""][color=#ff0000][u][b]Jeralyn Merritt[/b][/u][/color][/url][color=#ff0000] has been clear-eyed and meticulous in analyzing the George Zimmerman / Trayvon Martin case, which I say only in part because I tend to agree with her preliminary conclusions.[/color]
[url=""][u][b][color="#011369"]Here[/color][/b][/u][/url] is from a recent TalkLeft post:
[b]There may be many variations in George Zimmerman’s multiple accounts, but which, if any, amount to a significant dissimilarity that rises to a difference over a variation, and warrants someone concluding the essential elements of his version are not true?[/b]

[b]My opinion: [u]This is self-defense. Zimmerman was not the aggressor, he did nothing to provoke Trayvon Martin’s beating him, breaking his nose and slamming his head into concrete. He had every right to respond with deadly force to stop Trayvon’s physical attack on him and to prevent Trayvon from getting control of his weapon.[/u][/b]

[b]Here’s my interpretation of George’s version of events....[/b]

T[b]rayvon confronted Zimmerman. Both [Zimmerman] and [u]even phone friend DeeDee say Trayvon initiated the verbal confrontation[/u]. ...[/b]

[b]Why George followed Trayvon or thought he was suspicious is irrelevant to whether this was self-defense in my opinion. Even if he did follow him, which he denies, instead saying he was looking to see which direction he had gone and for a street address, that is not provocation for a punch in the nose.[/b]

[b][u]While Trayvon didn’t break any law by not going back to where he was staying though he clearly had time to do so, or by remaining at or returning to the area of the “T”, he did commit an act of unlawful force against Zimmerman, by attacking him without adequate provocation[/u].[/b]

[b]We’ve seen no evidence or witness statement to suggest that [Zimmerman] intended to capture or detain him for police. There is no witness who saw the initiation of the physical encounter or evidence that [Zimmerman] initiated either the verbal or physical encounter. There is no evidence we’ve seen that that would justify Trayvon’s physical attack on Zimmerman.[/b]

[b]Zimmerman’s injuries are consistent with his version of the attack. Zimmerman says he cried out for help. The witnesses’ statements the night of the event support Zimmerman’s version of events....[u]Not a single witness statement says Zimmerman verbally confronted Trayvon. Zimmerman, and even Dee Dee, say Trayvon confronted Zimmerman first, asking why Zimmerman was following him[/u].[/b]
I will be more than happy to link to (or post) a similarly thorough and levelheaded [i]legal[/i] analysis that comes to the opposite conclusion based on what's in the record. Anyone?

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Otro indicio mas:


Memorial's removal in Sanford sets off new tension months after Trayvon Martin shooting

By Lisa Lampkin and Jamie Novogrod, NBC News
SANFORD, Fla. -- A battle is quietly brewing here over the possibility of a new, permanent memorial to Trayvon Martin.
[u]Last week, city officials took down curbside memorial items that had been sitting for months outside the Retreat at Twin Lakes subdivision, where 17-year-old Martin was shot by George Zimmerman the night of Feb. 26[/u].
The removal of the memorial angered some advocates for Martin's family, and apparently sparked discussion about remedies, including a permanent memorial.

[u]While it's unclear where things stand – city officials say discussions about a permanent memorial are only beginning – opponents are already girding for a fight[/u]

[u]A group called the United Sanford Alliance has created a petition opposing a permanent memorial. Frank Taaffe, a friend and neighbor of Zimmerman, said by phone Sunday he plans to go to residents in the subdivision to ask for signatures.[/u]

"It's extremely unpalatable to the majority of residents," Taaffe said of a new memorial, adding, "it's disdainful because we don't know yet who the victim was and who the aggressor was."
Several city officials, including a spokesperson for Sanford City Hall, said Sunday that a permanent memorial is in discussion phase only.

City Manager Norton Bonaparte Jr. met last week with the citizens group responsible for the original memorial, the Concerned Citizens of Sanford.
Officials say nothing regarding a new memorial was decided.

Reached by telephone, a member of the group, Francis Oliver, said a permanent memorial was one of several ideas discussed during the meeting. Another idea, she said, was a less elaborate cross outside the subdivision.
Asked to respond to the petition opposing construction of a memorial, Oliver said Taaffe’s assertion that it’s not clear who the victim was on the night of February 26th is beside the point.
“We know who’s dead, don’t we?” Oliver said.

“Memorials are for the dead, not the living,” she added. “This was a young life.”
Oliver’s group, Concerned Citizens of Sanford, said neither its members nor Martin's family approved the city's decision to remove the original memorial last Monday.

But in a news release, the city said it reached its decision to remove the memorial "after communicating with representatives of Trayvon Martin’s family."
Late last week, a new makeshift memorial -- a wreath and a photograph of Martin with the message "Justice for Trayvon" superimposed on it -- went up outside the Retreat at Twin Lakes Subdivision.
A spokesperson for the Concerned Citizens of Sanford told the NBC News website The Grio that the group did not put it up.
The original memorial items, a cross or two, flowers, and a message to remember his life, are being stored at the Sanford city museum.
Zimmerman, a Sanford neighborhood watch volunteer, is charged with second-degree murder in Martin’s death. He says he shot the unarmed black teen in self-defense after Martin punched him and knocked his head against the pavement. Zimmerman has pleaded not guilty and is free on $1 million bond.

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[b] More Evidence Backs Zimmerman[/b]

Written by [url=""][color="#bc0202"]R. Cort Kirkwood[/color][/url]

Two new developments in the [url=""][color="#bc0202"]Trayvon Martin case[/color][/url] in Sanford, Florida, cast even more doubt on the prosecutor’s second-degree murder charge against George Zimmerman, the Hispanic man accused of killing Martin because the 6-foot-three football player was black.
[u]The [url=""][color="#bc0202"][i]Orlando Sentinel[/i] disclosed[/color][/url] FBI records showing that federal law-enforcement officers learned that Zimmerman is not a racist and is indeed far from it.[/u]
[u]Meanwhile, the [i]Miami Herald[/i] reported that the lead detective in the Martin case told the FBI that fellow detectives pressured him to press charges.[/u]
The latest news in the case provides even more reason for special prosecutor [url=""][color="#bc0202"]Angela Corey[/color][/url] to drop the case against Zimmerman, [url=""][color="#bc0202"]who has claimed[/color][/url] from day one, February 26, that he shot Martin in self-defense because Martin was trying murder him.

[b]Zimmerman Not a Racist[/b]

The [url=""][color="#bc0202"][i]Sentinel[/i] reported[/color][/url],
[u]Federal civil-rights investigators interviewed dozens of George Zimmerman's friends, neighbors and co-workers, and no one said he was a racist, records released Thursday show.[/u]
[url=""][color="#bc0202"]FBI[/color][/url] agents spread out across the state, talking to three dozen people, including gun-shop employees, Zimmerman's ex-fiancée and the Sanford police detective who led the investigation into the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin, an unarmed black 17-year-old.[img][/img]
[u]The key witness defending Zimmerman from the charge of racism is his ex-fiancée, the [url=""][color="#bc0202"][i]Sentinel[/i] reported[/color][/url], “who filed a domestic-violence injunction against him in 2005.” She “described Zimmerman as ‘protective and territorial’ toward her and ‘having a bad temper,’ but he was no racist, [/u]she told the FBI.” The paper continued,
He socialized and played basketball with white, black and Hispanic men and “never exhibited any biases or prejudices against anyone and did not use racial epithets of any kind,” an agent quoted her as saying.
Co-workers also said they saw no signs of ethnic or racial bias. They described Zimmerman as “pleasant" and "outgoing.”
[u]The FBI got involved after the Department of Justice launched a civil-rights investigation into Trayvon’s shooting.[/u]
[u][b]That followed weeks of protests and rallies around the country where national civil-rights leaders, including the president of the [url=""][color="#bc0202"]NAACP[/color][/url], the Rev. Jesse Jackson, the Rev. Al Sharpton and several members of Congress, accused Sanford police of doing a shoddy, racially biased investigation[/b] and refusing to arrest Zimmerman[/u].
The [url=""][color="#bc0202"][i]Sentinel[/i] concluded[/color][/url] that “most of the new evidence appeared to favor Zimmerman.”
[b]Racial Bias Against Zimmerman[/b]
[u]The [url=""][color="#bc0202"][i]Herald’s[/i] story raises[/color][/url] the question of whether prosecutors charged Zimmerman because of racial bias against him. Martin’s supporters, including Al Sharpton, charged police with racial bias for refusing to charge Zimmerman[/u].
[u]Sanford police officer Chris Serino told the FBI that his fellow officers kept pushing him to charge Zimmerman even though Serino didn’t think the evidence warranted an arrest[/u], the [url=""][color="#bc0202"][i]Herald[/i] reported[/color][/url]. The paper continued,
The lead Sanford Police investigator who sought manslaughter charges against George Zimmerman told the FBI that a sergeant and two other officers tried to pressure him into making an arrest in the controversial case — even though he didn’t think there was enough evidence.
Sanford Police Officer Chris Serino first made headlines when evidence released in the case showed he sought manslaughter charges against Zimmerman even while his chief publicly said there was no probable cause to arrest him. But a document released late Thursday casts doubt on Serino’s prior sworn affidavit seeking criminal charges, and raises questions about the credibility of the star law-enforcement witness in the murder case against Zimmerman for the shooting death of a black teenager, Miami Gardens high school junior Trayvon Martin.
[u]Telling the FBI that he was concerned that people inside the police department were leaking information, Serino cited Sgt. Arthur Barnes, officers Rebecca Villalona and Trekelle Perkins “as all pressuring him to file charges against Zimmerman after the incident,[/u]” an FBI report said. “Serino did not believe he had enough evidence at the time to file charges.”
Those police officers may well have been biased against Zimmerman, the [url=""][color="#bc0202"][i]Herald[/i] reported[/color][/url], and apparently, their superiors suspected them of leaking information about the case.
The [i]Herald[/i] continued,
[u]The summary of Serino’s statement does not mention the race of the officers who allegedly pressured him, but sources told [i]The Miami Herald[/i] that Barnes and Perkins are black, and Villalona is married to an African-American man. All three, the source said, had been called in by their supervisor and questioned about leaking information in the case.[/u]
[b]One explanation of the bias, Serino told the FBI, is Barnes' friendship with Trayvon Martin’s father, Tracy, the [i]Herald[/i] reported. “He said Tracy Martin at first understood why no charges were filed, but later changed course and accused Zimmerman of racial profiling[/b]."
As well, said the [i][url=""][color="#bc0202"]Herald[/color][/url][/i],
Records released Thursday show that [u]Sgt. Barnes, a 25-year veteran of the department, told the FBI that he believed the black community would be "in an uproar" if Zimmerman was not charged[/u].
“The community will be satisfied if an arrest takes place,” the FBI quoted him saying. Barnes “felt the shooting was not racially motivated, but it was a man shooting an unarmed kid.”
The report does not make clear why Serino would feel pressure from Barnes and the other two officers he mentioned, when he had the backing of the police chief. Chief Lee was fired last month for his role in the widely disparaged investigation.
[b]More Pressure to Drop the Charge[/b]
[u]The newest revelations will intensify the pressure on prosecutor Corey to drop the second-degree murder charge against Zimmerman.[/u]
[u][b]Leading that charge is leftist legal hero Alan Dershowitz[/b], [url=""][color="#bc0202"]who says[/color][/url] [url=""][color="#bc0202"]Corey’s affidavit[/color][/url] and charge are “immoral,” “unethical,” and “irresponsible.”[url=""][color="#bc0202"] According to[/color][/url] Dershowitz, the [url=""][color="#bc0202"]affidavit lies[/color][/url] by omission because it does not include exculpatory evidence that showed Zimmerman told the truth about his encounter with Martin and why he shot him on February 26.[/u]
Zimmerman claims that Martin punched him, breaking Zimmerman’s nose, then took him to the ground and bashed his head into the ground. [url=""][color="#bc0202"]Martin told[/color][/url] Zimmerman, “you’re gonna die now,” or something to that effect.
[u]Prosecutors have adduced no evidence to contradict Zimmerman’s claim of self-defense, and indeed, all the medical evidence released thus far [url=""][color="#bc0202"]backs up[/color][/url] Zimmerman’s story, most notably injuries to the back of Zimmerman’s head and his broken nose[/u].
After Corey filed the second-degree murder charge, [url=""][color="#bc0202"]legal experts said[/color][/url] she “overcharged” Zimmerman in order to force him to plead guilty to a lesser charge. Those experts said [u]Corey does not have the evidence to credibly win a second-degree murder prosecution because she cannot show that Zimmerman “[url=""][color="#bc0202"]evinc[ed] a depraved mind[/color][/url] regardless of human life[/u].”
When the [url=""][color="#bc0202"]prosecutor released[/color][/url] her affidavit, [url=""][color="#bc0202"]Dershowitz said[/color][/url] the evidence was “so thin that it won’t make it past a judge on a second degree murder charge.”
And with that Corey filed a charge that could end with Zimmerman in prison for life.

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[b] Woman Accuses Zimmerman of Molesting Her[/b]

[size=4][color=#000000][font=georgia,]MIAMI — An Orlando woman now in her mid-20s told investigators that George Zimmerman, who is charged with second-degree murder in the killing of [/font][/color][url=""]Trayvon Martin[/url][color=#000000][font=georgia,], molested her over a decade, beginning when they were both young children, according to an audiotape released on Monday.[/font][/color][/size]

[size=4][color=#000000][font=georgia,]The woman, whose parents were close to the Zimmerman family, talked to investigators on March 20. Identified only as Witness 9, she said she had come forward, a decade after her last encounter with Mr. Zimmerman, because “with everything going on, I know he’s not going to be out in public.”[/font][/color][/size]

[color=#000000][font=georgia,][size=1][size=4]It is unclear how, or whether, prosecutors plan to use the allegations in their case against Mr. Zimmerman, who is free on $1 million bond. Mark O’Mara, Mr. Zimmerman’s lawyer, tried unsuccessfully at the last minute to block the special prosecutor from releasing the tape, which he said was irrelevant and prejudicial. [color=#ff0000]He also sought to block the release of another tape in which the same witness describes Mr. Zimmerman’s family as routinely disparaging black people.[/color][/size][/size][/font][/color]

[color=#000000][font=georgia,][size=1][size=4]The witness said that Mr. Zimmerman, who is about two years older than she is, first molested her when she was 6. She was staying in the Zimmermans’ Virginia home while her parents were moving to Orlando, Fla., from Louisiana. The woman said Mr. Zimmerman had groped her while they lay under a blanket as they watched television with a group of other children.[/size][/size][/font][/color]

[color=#000000][font=georgia,][size=1][size=4]Other groping episodes followed, she said. She visited the family “at least once a year” and she was molested during some of those visits, she said, including once behind a curtain when she was 7 or 8 and another time on a bunk bed when she was around 12.[/size][/size][/font][/color]
[color=#000000][font=georgia,][size=1][size=4]“Before we left the room or left any place, he would say we weren’t doing anything — we were just laying there or we were just playing hide-and-seek,” said the woman, whose voice cracked as she recounted the events. “He would always make sure that he told me that. And I didn’t know. I was a kid. I didn’t know any better.”[/size][/size][/font][/color]

[color=#000000][font=georgia,][size=1][size=4]The acts typically involved “a lot of kissing, groping. He would put his hands under my shirt and just rub and grab my chest and put his hands down my pants again,” the woman said.[/size][/size][/font][/color]

[color=#000000][font=georgia,][size=1][size=4]The woman said that she had been traumatized by what happened and that she had been too ashamed to tell anyone, including her parents. But she said she also feared that no one would believe her because Mr. Zimmerman came across as so likable.[/size][/size][/font][/color]

[color=#000000][font=georgia,][size=1][size=4]“.He was always very charming and personable with everyone in the family and would always just laugh and entertain everybody,” she said. “But he was different behind closed doors with me.”[/size][/size][/font][/color]

[color=#000000][font=georgia,][size=1][size=4]The last encounter, and the only one that took place in Florida, occurred shortly after Mr. Zimmerman arrived in Lake Mary, not far from where she lived with her family, the woman said. She was 16 and Mr. Zimmerman was 18. He had invited her to a housewarming gathering, she said. When she arrived, he was alone. Frightened, she said, she followed his instructions and lay down on a bed, and he started groping her. At that point, she said, she got up, ran out and jumped into her car. He followed her to the door but no farther, she said.[/size][/size][/font][/color]

[color=#000000][font=georgia,][size=1][size=4]In 2005, when the woman was 19, she confided in her sister, who told their parents, she said. She and her parents went to meet Mr. Zimmerman at a pizzeria in Lake Mary, she said. But she never described to them the full extent of the molesting, she said.[/size][/size][/font][/color]

[color=#000000][font=georgia,][size=1][size=4]“Instead of talking about it, all he did was come in the room, come in the restaurant, and sat down on the end of the booth and said, ‘I’m sorry,’ and just got up and walked out,” she said.[/size][/size][/font][/color]

[color=#000000][font=georgia,][size=1][size=4]Her mother thought it best not to pursue criminal charges, she said, adding that they believed the case would be dropped.[/size][/size][/font][/color]
[color=#000000][font=georgia,][size=1][size=4]The witness said there had been a lasting effect.[/size][/size][/font][/color]

[color=#000000][font=georgia,][size=1][size=4]“I tried so hard to forget it all and to make it go away that I even forgot the good stuff in life,” she said.[/size][/size][/font][/color]
[color=#000000][font=georgia,][size=1][size=4]Mr. Zimmerman’s parents were also told about what had happened, she said. After she and her parents confronted Mr. Zimmerman, they did not see him again. [color=#ff0000]In the other tape, the woman said the Zimmerman family had talked about race often and disparaged African-Americans. Mr. Zimmerman’s family said “they only like black people if they act like white people,” she said.[/color][/size][/size][/font][/color]

[color=#000000][font=georgia,][size=1][size=4]But but the woman also told investigators that she could not remember any specific racial remark or any example of racist behavior on the part of Mr. Zimmerman. "I can’t remember growing up exactly anything," she said. "It’s a known thing that that’s how their family feels."[/size][/size][/font][/color]


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