Following a person is not seeking a confrontation, nor does it warrant assaulting someone. It it did then a lot of store clerks, security guards and police would be getting their ass whipped.
Following a person you think is up to no good is seeking a confrontation.
Thus justifying any fears that the boy had about him. Trayvon was being followed by an armed and paranoid individual who was clearly engaging in irrational behaviors despite the fact that he had been advised otherwise.
He was followed by a neighborhood watch guy that thought he was doing something suspicious and was trying to get away
You have no evidence of that.Trayvon, sensing that Zimmerman meant to do something to him, attempted to escape form his stalker, but this dangerous person continued to follow him, engaged in a confrontation with him, and ended his life.
Again following someone is not seeking out a confrontation.
There most certainly is. Zimmerman sought out the confrontation from the start by following him and staring at him.
Following and starring at someone means you think that person is suspicious and you don't want them trying to take your **** just like a store clerk or security guard following and or staring someone in a store.Following and staring at someone is most certainly a threatening behavior. Test it out some time. Stare at and follow a stranger for a while. Make sure they know that you are staring at them and following them
"A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murder is less to fear"
Cicero Marcus Tullius
No one will forget this. The racial hatred and glee that the kid is dead from the right has motivated people to never forget and zimmermans who family will die to quell the anger. Every time someone says good that the kid is dead someone else thinks I hope zimmermans mother is raped and murdered. This will end in more blood.
False. I am asssuming that Zimmerman is racist because I heard the word coon. As I noted before, though, the best argument I have heard with regard to what he said as far as creating the benefit of the doubt on his racism is that he might have said "goon". That actually makes sense in the context of the phone call and, to be honest, it provides enough basis for me to alter my opinion that he is definitely a racist. Now I would say it really depends on whether he said "goon" or "coon".Because you are assuming that Zimmerman is a racist you attribute that practically inaudible word to coon.
Cool. Accept my challenge then. Follow a stranger around while staring at them. Pay a stranger to stare at and follow your wife around and then ask her if she felt threatened by it.Following a person is not seeking a confrontation
You realize that those examples are in a totally different context than what we are talking about right? Nobody is going to mistake any of those people as a threat to themselves.It it did then a lot of store clerks, security guards and police would be getting their ass whipped.
Did the guy have a neighborhood watch uniform on that proclaimed his status like how qa store clerk, security guard, or police officer would have such a uniform?He was followed by a neighborhood watch guy that thought he was doing something suspicious and was trying to get away
Yeah we do. We know for a fact that shortly after Trayvon certainly noticed that he was being followed/stared at by Zimmerman he ran away (and we also know that he had no other reason to run away since he was not doing anything wrong). All it takes is a very small amount of common sense applied to what Zimmerman is saying in the 911 tapes to draw the conclusion I have reached.You have no evidence of that.
Again following someone is not seeking out a confrontation.
OK, then test your theory out.
Oh, ****, then someone had better tell the rapists and muggers of the world that they are doing it wrong since they follow and stare at people all the ****ing time. Too bad they don't have you around to inform them that the only reason anyone ever stares at or follows someone is if they find them suspicious.Following and starring at someone means you think that person is suspicious and you don't want them trying to take your **** just like a store clerk or security guard following and or staring someone in a store.
Although if you are so certain that it is so non-threatening to be followed by and stared at by a person why not test your theory out? Follow a stranger around, stare at them. When they run away, find them again and continue to stare at them and follow them. I'm sure they'll kindly turn towards you and say "I'm so sorry, good sir, I hope I didn't raise your suspicions somehow. I am a law abiding citizen who would never do anything wrong. You can certainly trust me, dear sir."
There's no way they'd feel threatened by you. I mean, your behavior would be like the least threatening behavior in the history of mankind. There are new born babies that pose more of a threat than a stranger following someone around staring at them, right? Surely that stranger is a perfectly normal and non-threatening individual who is simply just a tad suspicious of them because they happen to be in their presence.
It's not like this person might have a gun or anythi... oh, ****, I guess it is possible the stranger might have a gun. But even still, there is certainly no chance that you could end dead in such a scenario... Oh wait, yeah.. yeah you could. But despite that, it's definitely not threatening behavior. Nope, not in the least.
Tucker Case - Tard magnet.
Any more accusations or you done?
“I think if Thomas Jefferson were looking down, the author of the Bill of Rights, on what’s being proposed here, he’d agree with it. He would agree that the First Amendment cannot be absolute.” - Chuck Schumer (D). Yet, Madison and Mason wrote the Bill of Rights, according to Sheila Jackson Lee, 400 years ago. Yup, it's a fact.