George Zimmerman As The Good Samaritan

George ZimmermanThe cynic in me says that this is Act 1 in the rehabilitation of George Zimmerman’s public image after getting away with murder. From

Channel 9 has learned George Zimmerman helped rescue a family from their overturned SUV in Seminole County last week.

A man, woman and their two children were in the SUV when it crashed about 5:45 p.m. Wednesday in near Interstate 4 and SR-46 in Sanford.

When deputies arrived, they said Zimmerman and another man had already helped the victims out of the wreckage…

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  1. bobbiethejean | Jul 22, 2013 at 4:33 pm |

    Yes, that’s lovely but it doesn’t change the fact that he stalked, confronted, then shot an unarmed teenage boy. I don’t care if Zimmerman was the nicest nice guy who ever niced in the entire nice nice nice niceNICE. Does not change the fact that a boy is dead because of him and it was utterly, completely AVOIDABLE. Whether or not the man is an actual murderer, we’ll probably never know but we DO know that he killed a boy when he did not have to engage him in the first place.

    • Ted Heistman | Jul 22, 2013 at 5:39 pm |

      I thought you didn’t claim to have psychic powers, but now you do? Did you go back in time and practice remote viewing of the crime scene?

      • bobbiethejean | Jul 23, 2013 at 10:21 am |

        Guys, you’re wasting your time. This clown thinks he’s psychic because he has a good instinct for reading fairly obvious body language and sexual cues from women. And apparently he thinks I think I’m psychic because I know how to use simple deduction and arrange facts in a logical manner.

        Ted, it’s really simple: We KNOW that Zimmerman did not have to confront Trayvon. He could have stayed in his car and let the cops handle it. That doesn’t require any great feat of psychic prowess or even the plain old mind – WE KNOW IT AS FACT. That is not in dispute! Zimmerman CHOSE to start a problem when he should have stayed in his damned car and let the cops handle it.

        • Ted Heistman | Jul 23, 2013 at 11:50 am |

          So which is it? Cops are no good or they should handle everything? Or is it both? Cops are no good AND they should handle everything.

          Doesn’t make a hell of a lot of sense. The difference between you and I is I don’t claim to know everything.

          • bobbiethejean | Jul 23, 2013 at 9:48 pm |

            Wow, black and white thinking much? You are suffering from some rather severe nuance blindness there, buddy.

          • cops suck BECAUSE they don’t know how to handle what we pay them to handle … cops SHOULD handle criminal and civil issues, as we pay them to do this …

            it’s not ‘which is it’ … it’s both

        • Eric_D_Read | Jul 23, 2013 at 11:33 pm |

          You wouldn’t know logic or deduction if they DP’d you on video.

          • bobbiethejean | Jul 24, 2013 at 7:53 am |

            Moooooooooore ad homs. I’m starting to think you are incapable of making actual arguments because 90% of what you say is just variations of “you’re stupid” which, if you didn’t know, actually makes you look pretty damned stupid.

          • ishmael2009 | Jul 24, 2013 at 6:47 pm |

            I think you’re absolutely right to point out that Zimmerman had no need to do what he did and follow and confront this kid. As a Neighbourhood Watch Officer, he should have observed from a distance at most if he had reason to suspect Trayvon. It’s ironic that a lot of the people who support Zimmerman would also be outraged if a private cop or neighborhood watch officer followed them and asked them what they were doing. They need to think about that.

            I do get why Zimmerman was found not guilty. It’s shitty and imperfect, but that’s life, not just the justice system. “Beyond reasonable doubt” and all that. I just wish it would apply more when it’s the other way around.

          • bobbiethejean | Jul 25, 2013 at 12:08 pm |

            Indeed. Well stated. I don’t entirely agree but I see where you’re coming from and I appreciate that you were able to express your thoughts without calling me stupid. 😛

          • Eric_D_Read | Jul 25, 2013 at 4:34 pm |

            I’ve given up trying make factual, reasoned arguments with someone who has demonstrated time and again that they have either no interest in, or no ability to, engage in one.

          • bobbiethejean | Jul 25, 2013 at 5:52 pm |

            You have not made factual arguments. All you’ve made are ad homs and emotional pleas and STILL you have failed to refute my arguments.

            1.) Zimmerman was advised not to follow.

            2.) Zimmerman COULD have stayed in his car.

            3.) Zimmerman had a gun, Travyon did not.

            4.) Zimmerman’s story is extremely questionable and does not fully jive with the evidence.

            5.) The cops immediately believed Zimmerman’s story and allowed him to walk away despite the fact that he had just shot an unarmed teenager to death.

            I could keep going but I don’t see the point. Even after a full page of arguing, you have no answers to this. Apparently, in your world, it is ok to wander around with a gun, decide people “look suspicious,” brand them guilty, and shoot them dead without due process of the law. You are a sick human being.

    • Ted Heistman | Jul 22, 2013 at 5:43 pm |

      So its wrong to confront people who are walking around and appearing to case houses and you are a member of the neighborhood watch?

      In your remote viewing and time travel were you able to discover evidence of the fact that Martin had been suspended from school on suspicion of burglary?

      • emperorreagan | Jul 22, 2013 at 6:36 pm |

        My question is: to what end?

        If you feel like you should confront someone, do it. Talk to them. Ask how they’re doing, ask if they’re okay. If something seems off, you can go from there.

        Or just straight up call the cops and let them handle it.

        Cruising around, stopping, calling the cops, losing track of the person you’re following, trying to follow and figure out where they went, etc. is shady, cowardly bullshit.

        • Ted Heistman | Jul 22, 2013 at 6:39 pm |

          Have you ever lived in a high crime neighborhood or ever been in a fight? I ask because people who are so self righteous about this strike me as naive.

          • I have… There was an old lady that lived a couple blocks away from me. One day she was watering her flowers and such in her yard when a car full of blacks kids were going too fast on the road.

            She yelled slow down and sprayed the car with her hose. The car stopped and backed up. They then got out and beat the shit out of her. I’ve got more to share, but that supports what you are saying.

          • Ted Heistman | Jul 22, 2013 at 7:28 pm |

            Well, shit like this happens and if its the truth its not racist to acknowledge it. Racial profiling is wrong but that’s not so say violent criminals (some of which may be people of color) don’t exist.

          • A lot of people in those rough areas do not give a shit. Before I lived there, I would have scoffed at the concept. I now know from experience.

            on another tangent…

            something else that is racist about this Zimmerman deal. People are claiming he got the white man free pass, yet he’s mixed race.

          • Ted Heistman | Jul 22, 2013 at 7:40 pm |

            Well, if all issues are black and white and Martin is black than Zimmerman must be white. That seems to be the logic.

            Anyway my impression was Martin was on a fast tack to either prison or the grave. To me breaking into houses is not “oh well boys will be boys” That’s a sign of a bad a kid.

            But in the end I don’t know. I wasn’t there and a jury found him not guilty.

          • The Well Dressed Man | Jul 22, 2013 at 11:02 pm |

            I was really trying not to react to this “White privilege” angle, I don’t see it here. This kind of literally Black or White, binary thinking dumbs down the dialog on a complex topic. What I’m taking away from the tragedy though is a reminder of how limited the opportunities for young Black men are to be safe from crime and violence.

          • I couldn’t agree more about calling out the polarities on this.

            I think another lesson is one which Ted mentioned. Guns can provide the opportunity to kill someone. If a person is twitchy, they probably shouldn’t have one.

          • meanwhile, they’re on the verge of returning zimmerman’s murder weapon to him

          • Ted Heistman | Jul 23, 2013 at 7:42 am |

            Nobody forced him to break into houses. I think “stop and frisk” is a clear case of racial profiling and discrimination, in this case I think it was vigilantism against a kid that actually was a criminal.

            So yeah its a tragedy but some kids go down that road. Not everyone that ends up dead or in jail is completely innocent. People start breaking into houses in an area and it has an effect on the people there. They start fighting back and people can end up shot. A lot of people just move away and then you get areas that are rife with dysfunction and criminality. I don’t see any easy answers.

          • The Well Dressed Man | Jul 23, 2013 at 1:55 pm |

            The same legal principles that presume Zimmerman’s innocence also presume Martin’s. The kid had some sketchy stuff in his school record suggesting he may have been up to no good, but nothing like a conviction. There are no easy answers. The fact that so many young Black men end up dead or in prison is the real reason folks are upset, and this case, for better or worse, has become a symbol. I think the truth is somewhere between systemic inequality and a failure of the Black community to provide positive role models.

          • zimmerman was known for racist attitude long before this … and self-identified as white all his life. that matters … alot

          • emperorreagan | Jul 23, 2013 at 4:11 am |

            The point I intended to make isn’t that it’s necessarily a good idea to to confront anyone.

            The point I was trying to make and perhaps didn’t before Ted devolved into ad hominem is that Zimmerman’s tact was neither to confront the person nor to stay out of the way and let the cops find and confront them.

            So my question is still: to what end do you take Zimmerman’s course of action?

            If you follow someone around, there are plenty of people that are going to read that as predatory behavior – whether you’re planning to attack someone or have some fantasy about restraining them and waiting for the cops doesn’t matter.

            Or are you skulking around and spying on someone, hoping to be on the edge of the action when the cops show up?

          • Ted Heistman | Jul 23, 2013 at 6:17 am |

            Not sure what I said that was ad hom. That’s not my intent. I am just interested in why people see this so differently than I do.

            I tend to think people mostly follow their pre-concieved notions.

            People like to just throw away things that point to this kid being a known burglar. That’s convenient. Why is that? All I know is its a hazardous hobby for a kid. Its not a tragedy if kids like that end up shot. Its common sense.

            I think its actually racist to assume 17 year old black kids don’t know right from wrong.You don’t know it was wrong to break into houses and steal things when you were 17?

            The kid was heading to Prison or death.

          • People like to just throw away things that point to this kid being a known burglar. That’s convenient. Why is that?

            I think people throw the baby out with the bathwater because he was a babe, or rather he was young. People tend to get irrational when the young are involved. This is totally whim, yet he could been the most powerful demonic force, and Zimmerman saved the world. He would still look like a child murdering, gun nut, of a nightwatchmen.

          • emperorreagan | Jul 23, 2013 at 10:49 am |

            Legally, the defense would have had to prove that it’s relevant.

            It’s thrown out otherwise because Zimmerman had no way of knowing that Martin was a “known burglar.” You can’t act on something that you don’t know.

          • What a mess.

          • emperorreagan | Jul 23, 2013 at 8:53 am |

            I think his being a known burglar is irrelevant. It’s wasn’t known to Zimmerman and he didn’t catch him in the act of burglary. Zimmerman may or may not have caught him in the act of casing houses. If that’s what he really thought, then calling the police was probably his best course of action. Then go home – easy to give the cops your very own home address to meet you at after they’ve checked out the suspicious person.

            My problem with Zimmerman is the choice to pursue what was, at the most generous, a foolish course of action that killed someone who may or may not have been up to no good at that point of time. If Zimmerman had tried to talk to Martin up front and had to use his gun because he was attacked, I wouldn’t care. If Martin had been breaking into his house and been shot, I wouldn’t care either. It’s the weird following him around for god only knows why that causes me to fault Zimmerman even if I believed his account is 100% accurate.

          • Ted Heistman | Jul 23, 2013 at 9:24 am |

            Yes. Its very clear your mind is made up. That’s fine. I am just curious how others see this. Nothing in it for me to convince you of looking at it differently.

          • that last line is a decidedly racist comment.

            meanwhile, ‘this kid’ had a name : trayvon martin. he had family who loved him. zimmerman knew ZERO about him, ie projected his own fears of black men onto martin, then used that as an excuse to target martin.

            this ::: ‘Its not a tragedy if kids like that end up shot. Its common sense’ is disgusting. you are suggesting that it’s just fine with you if a kid ends up dead for simple theft and possibly smoking pot. glad you aren’t king.

          • So my question is still: to what end do you take Zimmerman’s course of action?

            I take his course of action as stupid and flippant. Something I would not choose to do.

          • emperorreagan | Jul 22, 2013 at 7:20 pm |

            I have been in both. I lived in a trailer park in a poor town as a kid and in a bad neighborhood of Baltimore as an adult – on top of spending a fair amount of time in bad neighborhoods in DC and Baltimore working as a land surveyor and working the door of a club in a sketchy area of Baltimore.

            I don’t think Zimmerman sensed shit. He couldn’t explain to cops where to find him in a neighborhood with three streets. In less than four minutes, he managed to lose track of the kid and get ambushed and beaten to a point where he was magically able to pull his gun and defend himself, if you believe his version of events. That’s not a man who has awareness of much of anything.

            In stating that Zimmerman was a bad actor, there is no assumption being made about Martin. You can have more than one bad actor in a situation. But that’s ultimately irrelevant, because Zimmerman was the instigator.

          • he didn’t get ambushed. there is zero evidence of an ambush. zimmerman threatened martin … listen to the testimony from martin’s friend : they were on the phone when martin was telling zimmerman ‘get off me’

          • bobbiethejean | Jul 23, 2013 at 10:15 am |

            Bitch, I grew up in fucking NEWBURGH NY, the 9th most dangerous city in the country. Unless you grew up in one of the few cities considered even more dangerous, you have got NO BUSINESS, NONE, telling me I’m naive and self-righteous.

          • Ted Heistman | Jul 23, 2013 at 10:40 am |

            I’m not a bitch, cunt.

          • bobbiethejean | Jul 23, 2013 at 9:44 pm |

            See, the difference between you and I is that I know I’m a cunt. But I’m not just any cunt. No. I am Queen BitchCunt the Fucknificent! Supreme Ruler of Cuntonia! You, unfortunately, seem to still be wrestling with the fact that you’re an impotent little bitch. Own it! Own that title! Be the best impotent little bitch you can be!

          • Matt Staggs | Jul 27, 2013 at 12:35 pm |

            See my prior comment. @ted_heistman:disqus and @bobbiethejean:disqus, you guys wouldn’t act like this face to face, I’m sure. Be cool.

          • Matt Staggs | Jul 27, 2013 at 12:33 pm |

            Chill out with the language, por favor.

          • Matt Staggs | Jul 27, 2013 at 12:32 pm |

            Let’s take it down a notch, here.

          • this wasn’t a ‘high crime neighborhood’

            zimmerman is a cowardly paranoid schizoracist wannabe cop, which is what lead him to follow martin. he wouldn’t have followed martin had he not had his trusty handgun, he would’ve called it in an remained safe in his vehicle.

        • Ted Heistman | Jul 22, 2013 at 6:47 pm |

          My impression of this whole thing is-Martin was a bad kid, he probably was casing houses, he likely had burglarized houses in the area, Zimmerman sensed it. He confronted him, the Kid beat the fuck out of Zimmerman and Zimmerman shot him.

          Why do people have to paint Martin as Theo Huxtable and Zimmerman as a Klansman? Its so fucking stupid. So right its wrong to assume a kid is a criminal because he is black, all well and good. Some how many people than make a leap that no young black kid is ever a criminal. I got news for you…

          • just like so many ignorant fools, you allow your imagination to muddy your judgement : you have zero evidence that martin was doing anything but walking home, staying outside a few more minutes talking to his friend … then attempting to stay away from the strange man who was pursuing him …

      • VaudeVillain | Jul 22, 2013 at 7:10 pm |

        It’s certainly wrong to gun them down.

      • bobbiethejean | Jul 23, 2013 at 10:14 am |

        He could have followed him in his car or left it up to the police as he was advised to do. Then he would have seen that Trayvon was most likely just walking home to his father’s house. You don’t get to decide someone is guilty of something, confront them, then execute them.

        I don’t care what Trayvon was ever guilty of. I don’t care if he was a horrid little zit. It’s utterly irrelevant to the facts of the case. Besides, if you want to start character assassinating, Zimmerman has even more of a record himself. No one is perfect and we do NOT use that fact as an excuse to run around shooting people.

      • Trayvon Martin was never suspended from school for suspicion
        of Burglary! The kid was suspended from school 3 times! Once for having Marijuana
        residue in a baggie. Wow! The kid smoked weed! How many teenager don’t? The
        second time was for attendance. Wow the kid skipped school a few time! The 3rd
        and last time was for writing Graffiti. There
        are no school records supporting anything having to do with burglary and that
        rumor was put out there to smear this child’s name in an attempt to justify his

        • thank you . i’m so disgusted with these grown ass ignorant fucks willing to slander a murdered boy’s name in their efforts to celebrate his death at the hands of a cowardly paranoid schizoracist wannabe cop

      • Florida’s Use of Lethal Force Statutes clearly state it cannot be used against anyone who has the right to be there. Trayvon Martin was walking on his own private property inside a gated community. When Zimmerman left his car with a loaded weapon, to pursue him for no justifiable reason, that is the point at which the crime began. What happened thereafter is of no consequence save to say that Martin ended up killed by the gun of Zimmerman.

        This is why we have laws that increase penalties when say a robber carries a weapon because it adds in an outcome where a person may be killed.

        Zimmerman committed a crime the minute he left his car. Martin was on his own property. The law is clear. Under the jury’s interpretation, every spouse could now use a gun on his estranged wife inside their home and claim “she attacked me first” as the reason for a homicide!

      • there are right and wrong, responsible and irresponsible, brave and cowardly ways to ‘confront people who are walking around’ … none include hiding one’s own identity, failing to identify oneself, etc.

        zimmerman knew police were on the way. because of that knowledge, and because he would have been absolutely safe had he remained in his vehicle or gone home, what he did was murder.

        in your remote viewing and time travel, were you able to discover how trayvon martin ended up in the position he was found, given zimmerman’s rendition of the incident? thought not.

        burglary is not punishable by death

    • The reason Zimmerman got acquitted is because the prosecution
      was in on it the whole time. I have
      served on jury duty 7 times in my life and I have never heard of a lawyer not
      preparing their witnesses for trial. I am not an attorney but I do have a concealed
      carry license in the south and I could have done a better job prosecuting that
      case. There’s rules that come with having a concealed weapon that if broken
      make carrying concealed at that time illegal. 1. You cannot carry near a school.
      2. You can’t carry in any establishments that have visible signs prohibiting
      firearms. 3. You can’t carry while performing duties that have rules
      prohibiting firearms. There are other rules that I’m not going to bother to
      mention. According to their neighborhood
      watch rules, firearms were prohibited. I have been carrying firearms since 1989
      and got my marksmanship in 1991; it is impossible to get a straight shot while
      struggling with someone on top pounding you. If Martin was on top of Zimmerman
      when he was shot with that 9mm, Martin would have fell on top of Zimmerman
      leaving blood on Zimmerman. It would’ve been a natural reaction for Zimmerman
      to roll Martin off of him leaving Martin on his back. If Zimmerman’s head was
      being pounded on cement, his head would have been busted with lumps on the back
      not abrasions which anyone with common sense would know came from his head
      rubbing on the cement during the struggle.
      Judging by the shot, Martin would have had to been in a standing position.
      The only way the prosecution could have screwed the trial up that bad is if the
      prosecutors were either fresh out of law school with this being their first
      trial or it was intentional. Here’s what I believe happened just by the
      evidences and the 911 calls. Zimmerman
      saw a Young Black teen he didn’t know in the neighborhood. (Remember, Zimmerman
      told the Martin family he didn’t know Trayvon was a kid but during the 911 call
      he described Martin as being in his late teens.) Zimmerman proceeded to call
      911. During the call Zimmerman was following Martin and the 911 operator told
      him not too. Zimmerman told the 911 operator to have the Police call him when
      they get to the development so they would know where to meet him because Zimmerman
      was planning on detaining Martin until the Police arrived which would be
      illegal. Trying to detain Martin resulted in a struggle and fight which Martin
      got the best of Zimmerman. When Zimmerman pulled out his firearm, Martin got off
      of him and started screaming for help. Zimmerman
      shot and killed Martin. I was always taught if you are going to shoot someone
      and there are no witnesses, make sure you kill him because a dead man can’t
      talk and the only story is your story. The sad thing is, Zimmerman’s story made
      no sense and if he was Black and Martin was white that jury would not have believed

      • bobbiethejean | Jul 24, 2013 at 7:58 am |

        I won’t go so far as to say they were definitely in on but you make some compelling arguments and quite frankly, I really wouldn’t be all that surprised if it turned out to be true. : Also, I definitely agree that Zimmerman’s story does not add up. I don’t understand how people cannot see that. So many people are willing to believe him without question, it is disturbing really.

        • it’s beyond disturbing. it’s frightening to know that we are, as a nation, heading in this direction of believing liars, defaming murdered kids, all in the name of ‘law and order’

          this is what four decades of dumbing down of amerikkkans has delivered : ignorant, vacant amerikkkans

          • bobbiethejean | Jul 26, 2013 at 5:20 pm |

            What bothers me more than anything else is the utter lack of empathy I see in my fellow human beings. I’m afraid that I am surrounded by sociopaths. -____-;

          • you are, indeed, surrounded by sociopaths, many of whom are in possession of weapons and are paid by you to use them against you

      • this is the true story

  2. James Maxwell Curtis | Jul 22, 2013 at 5:00 pm |

    Zimmerman is the man, fuck all you haters!

  3. Calypso_1 | Jul 22, 2013 at 7:17 pm |

    For a few grand, I could have hooked him up with a van load of Ugandan war orphans to rescue.

  4. VaudeVillain | Jul 22, 2013 at 7:34 pm |

    The real problem I have with the shooting and it’s aftermath isn’t what Zimmerman did. Frankly, he might have been right, he might have been telling the truth, and he might have deserved his acquittal. The police who responded, however, should not have simply taken his word for it. That is completely fucking insane. This wasn’t some guy who shot somebody who broke into his home at 2am, it was a guy who shot some kid who was walking down a sidewalk at 7:30pm. No sane cop who actually has any interest in upholding the law serving the public and protecting the innocent could possibly just let Zimmerman walk away from that purely on his own word.

    Whether or not George Zimmerman is a racist who shot Martin simply because of the color of his skin is both uninteresting and completely irrelevant. It doesn’t matter at all. Zimmerman could come out as Grand Wizard of the KKK tomorrow and it wouldn’t mean anything. Honestly, he has claimed that race had nothing to do with it, and you know what, I’m willing to take his word for it; I don’t actually believe him, but if he says it didn’t count, then I’m willing to work off that assumption until such a time as any actual evidence it’s bullshit comes through. He is, after all, the only one who REALLY knows what he was genuinely thinking at the time.

    The real problem is that this strongly indicates that the police, acting in their official capacity, are racists who see nothing wrong with shooting a black kid simply because it seemed like the right thing to do and can’t even be arsed to PRETEND to follow up on a murder when the victim is a Young Black Male. THAT is what is so fucked up. THAT is where I want to see the outrage focused. If the police had arrested Zimmerman then upon further, TIMELY, investigation decided that he had acted with pure intentions in self defense there would be Nothing To See Here. Instead, they let him walk away from the scene, stonewalled for over a month, and allowed the entire thing to become a public circus before they even bothered to look into the case.

    Plus, let’s be honest here: nobody but nobody believes that had it gone the other way, had Trayvon pulled out a gun (maybe the one he had pictures of on his phone? Weird that he would go out to do crime without his gun though, isn’t it?) and shot Zimmerman in the chest the cops would have simply accepted the explanation that he saw a large stranger stalking him and feared for his life and safety so he Stood His Ground. Personally, I’m not sure he would even have had a chance to get arrested and explain himself.

    Does that sound like Justice? Does that sound like Equal Protection Under The Law?

    • His half whiteness gave him a leg up with the cops. If he was full white, he wouldn’t have needed to go to court, because that’s how it is.

      • VaudeVillain | Jul 22, 2013 at 7:57 pm |

        I’m not sure that Zimmerman’s race mattered much. He shot Some Black Kid who was Suspicious and Out Of Place. Maybe if he looked like Samuel L. Jackson it would have been a problem, but I really suspect that when they saw who was dead on the ground, they were willing to believe whatever story they were told.

  5. Hadrian999 | Jul 23, 2013 at 12:02 am |

    there is a greater chance of me having a 3way with members of akb48 than there is of this being unstaged

  6. “The cynic in me says that this is Act 1 in the rehabilitation of George Zimmerman’s public image after getting away with murder. From”
    I totally agree. Time for me to project another image now that people see me for who I really am. ” I see your true colors shining through!

  7. Liam_McGonagle | Jul 23, 2013 at 11:58 am |

    What’s the deal with disqus today? Only one of my five or so comments have posted in the last 3 hours.

  8. Tonya-Clay Davis | Jul 28, 2013 at 1:10 am |

    It’s odd to me that some of you proposed the SUV rescue as some kind of
    media black ops effort to redeem his reputation, while to me, the media
    coverage from the outset of the incident, through the trial and beyond
    was an effort to build a narrative wherein Zimmerman was clearly the
    villain, and Martin was clearly the victim. It’s an intriguing,
    racebaiting story, which is what they specialize in. To who’s benefit
    would it be to carry on some sort of obtuse PR campaign to redeem a man
    whom they’ve already cast as the evil one? The mainstream media,
    champions of gun control and fomenters of racial strife? I like the “Let
    the cops handle it…” comments. The militarized American police you
    mean? Those psychopaths? Those are the LAST people I’d call.

  9. this is turning out to be a not quite true story, and likely that zimmerman showed up on purpose by listening to police dispatch, plus was called by an officer at that time … ie clued in to come … pr campaign

  10. Zimmerman is not white.

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