Thank you, Quazi!
I often agree with the guy who wrote this:
"...As soon as the Trayvon case gained national attention opportunists across the country started printing t-shirts, signs and other little goodies with Trayvon’s name on them. Some simply said “I am Trayvon.” Some t-shirts were vile – with pictures of Trayvon over printed racial insults. One “entrepreneur” announced plans for a collection of Trayvon hoodies.
Now put yourself in the place of Trayvon’s mother. She sees people across the country using her dead child’s name to make money and deliver messages, some of which she may not necessarily agree with. What does she do? She says something about it to her lawyer. Her lawyer tells her that she can protect her son’s name by filing for trademark protection. So she does. Is there a problem with this? If so --- please tell me what that problem is. If I had been her lawyer I would have given her the same advice.
Oh! You say that she also trademarked “I am Trayvon” and “Justice for Trayvon?” So? It was her son. Now she feels she has a cause. Perfectly understandable. Are you going to tell her that she cannot use her son’s name in promoting her cause?"
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In all my semi long life I have never heard of a family losing a child and trademarking their name a few short days later. I am extremely suspicious of this not to mention a little saddened. I have to wonder if Sharpton or Jackson had a hand in this.
For those supporting that Zimmerman by killed. Take note, your posts could be evidence used against you in a court of law. Guess you also think OJ verdict was just.
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