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    Re: Police detain George Zimmerman after 911 call from wife [W:265]

    Quote Originally Posted by ttwtt78640 View Post
    That is the problem. Out is not leaving stuff to come back for, out is gone never to return. Try to convince your landlord that you are out but need to return later to get some of your stuff.
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    Re: Police detain George Zimmerman after 911 call from wife [W:265]

    Quote Originally Posted by Mizmo View Post
    My point is, he should have been found guilty of manslaughter at least. Like OJ, he was guilty and he got away with it. Now, he's "invincible".
    Given the scenario and knowns, there was no more justification for a conviction of manslaughter than there was for Murder 2. The evidence points to a citizen legally carrying a firearm, responsibly calling the police, perhaps foolishly but still legally following an individual, the individual being followed KNOWING he was followed and telling his girlfriend he wasnt going to run, going back and confronting the individual, and then jumping the individual and commencing to administer a beatdown. The evidence showed individual a then shot individual b in self defense. If the evidence said otherwise, he would as easily been convicted of murder as manslaughter.

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    Re: Police detain George Zimmerman after 911 call from wife [W:265]

    Quote Originally Posted by Sharona View Post
    Nice. She only wants "her half" of his (not yet obtained) lawsuit procedes. She asserts that she is "owed" that because she "stood by him". She was never called a racist or murderer by NBC and is not even a party in the lawsuit. She wants to leave and get credit for "having stood by" George - priceless.
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    Re: Police detain George Zimmerman after 911 call from wife [W:265]

    Quote Originally Posted by ttwtt78640 View Post
    Nice. She only wants "her half" of his (not yet obtained) lawsuit procedes. She asserts that she is "owed" that because she "stood by him". She was never been called a racist by NBC and is not even a party in the lawsuit. She wants to leave and get credit for "having stood by" George - priceless.
    There probably won't be any NBC settlement and yes .. if there were, she would be entitled to half.

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    Re: Police detain George Zimmerman after 911 call from wife [W:265]

    Quote Originally Posted by CRUE CAB View Post
    I knew the guy was a coward who thinks his gun makes him a real man.
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    Re: Police detain George Zimmerman after 911 call from wife [W:265]

    Quote Originally Posted by Thorgasm View Post
    I knew the guy was a coward who thinks his gun makes him a real man.
    I've been duped by the liar who goes by Smellie Zimmerman. I still think George is a coward though.
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    Re: Boy just can stay out of trouble

    Quote Originally Posted by Objective Voice View Post
    My wife and I were saying this very same thing today when we heard the latest news. I think if those who supported Zimmerman were truly being honest, I think they'd have to admit that they gave George Zimmerman the benefit of the doubt because he was taunted as "the law abiding citizen who doesn't get angry, cares about his neighborhood, wants to be a peacekeeper and volunteers to minority children" whereas Trayvon was "a young punk kid who was always in trouble, did drugs and was a juvenile delinquent". In short, Zimmerman by all accounts was squeaky clean and Trayvon was a troubled teen. And quite honestly, I can't say I blame folks for having such instant impressions. But what some of us were trying to say all along was, "What if you got it wrong? What if the guy who came across as the good guy was really the bad guy? And what if the troubled teen wasn't as much of a trouble maker in this case as everyone though?

    While this one incident doesn't do much to recast Zimmerman as a bad guy, it does tarnish his "squeaky clean" image a bit...enough to make you go, "Hmmm....maybe he does have a bit of a temper after all."
    Actually, I initially had a tendency to support Zimmerman for the exact opposite reason. Zimmerman was portrayed as a stalker of innocent children and Martin was portrayed, literally, as an innocent 8-year-old boy who was simply walking home from the store with a bag of skittles and some iced tea when he was shot. I gave him the benefit of the doubt precisely because the news reports so woefully mischaracterized the incident from the beginning.

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    Re: George Zimmerman in Custody After Gun Incident

    Quote Originally Posted by Sheik Yerbuti View Post
    This guy just can't control his gun, can he?
    Um if you read the articles the claims were not substantiated by police and they said they found no evidence to support the story.
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    Re: Boy just can stay out of trouble

    What possesses America and the American media to give either Zimmerman or his wife, soon to be ex-wife, the time of day? Considering American culture the past decade, I'm sure they'll both have reality shows in the near future.
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    Re: Police detain George Zimmerman after 911 call from wife [W:265]

    Quote Originally Posted by Thorgasm View Post
    I knew the guy was a coward who thinks his gun makes him a real man.
    Because real men don't need guns?
    “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.


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