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Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Deputies: George Zimmerman charged with assault, battery after dispute at girlfriend's home

George Zimmerman was charged Monday with assault after deputies were called to the home where he lived with his girlfriend, who claimed he pointed a shotgun at her during an argument, authorities said.

Zimmerman pushed the woman out of the house and barricaded the door with furniture, Chief Deputy Dennis Lemma said at a news conference hours after the arrest. She provided deputies with a key to the home and they were able to push the door that had been barricaded.

Lemma says Zimmmerman was compliant when deputies came to the house.

"The easiest way to describe it is rather passive. He's had the opportunity to encounter this before," he said.
Zimmerman was charged with aggravated assault with a weapon, battery and criminal mischief.

Monday, November 18, 2013

LATE BREAKING: George Zimmerman Arrested today

He was arrested at his home,  nothing further yet.

 Cops in Orlando, FL responded to a domestic violence incident involving George Zimmerman ... this according to law enforcement.

The Seminole County Sheriff's Office has confirmed ... Zimmerman is involved in the incident -- but cops are not releasing details.

There are reports that Zimmerman has been arrested -- but so far, TMZ has not been able to confirm.

Zimmerman has had multiple run-ins with cops ever since he was acquitted of murdering 17-year-old Trayvon Martin back in July.

Story developing ...

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

GOPer Says He’d Vote to Allow Slavery if Constituents Wanted It

Assemblyman Jim Wheeler
Assemblyman Jim Wheeler
*A Nevada assemblyman came under fire Monday after a YouTube video surfaced in which he told a Republican gathering he would vote to allow slavery if that is what his constituents wanted him to do.
"If that's what they wanted, I'd have to hold my nose ... they'd probably have to hold a gun to my head, but yeah," Assemblyman Jim Wheeler told members of the Storey County Republican Party at a meeting in August.
His comments were swiftly denounced by Republicans and Democrats alike.
"Assemblyman Wheeler's comments are deeply offensive and have no place in our society," Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval said in a statement. "He should retract his remarks and apologize."
U.S. Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev., called Wheeler's comments "insensitive and wrong," while the Assembly Democratic caucus said they were "reprehensible and disgusting."
Senate Minority Leader Michael Roberson, R-Henderson, on Twitter said Wheeler's comments are "outrageous, they are embarrassing and they are just plain sad."
"It's time for Jim Wheeler to find a new line of work," Roberson said. READ MORE

Trayvon Martin’s Mom Lobbies Congress over Gun Law

Sybrina Fulton of Miami, Fla., mother of Trayvon Martin, listens to Rep. Louis Gohmert (R) (R-TX) speak before a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on "Stand Your Ground" laws October 29, 2013 in Washington, DC.
Sybrina Fulton of Miami, Fla., mother of Trayvon Martin, listens to Rep. Louis Gohmert (R) (R-TX) speak before a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on "Stand Your Ground" laws October 29, 2013 in Washington, DC.
*Sybrina Fulton, the mother of slain teenager Trayvon Martin, made an impassioned plea before a congressional committee Tuesday to amend "stand your ground" self-defense laws.
Fulton testified at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing scheduled in the wake of George Zimmerman's acquittal in the 2012 death of Martin, who was shot while walking home unarmed in Sanford, Fla. The jury's decision in July sparked nationwide outrage, as protesters took to the streets to decry racial profiling and demand a review of stand your ground laws.
"It's very hurtful to know that Trayvon was only simply going to the store to get snacks. Nothing more, nothing less," Fulton said. "It's important to keep that in mind, because teenagers like to be independent at times. And he was simply going to get a drink and some candy." READ MORE
"That tells me right there his mentality," she added. "He wasn't going to get cigarettes or bullets or condoms or items of that nature. He was going to get candy. He was not looking for any type of trouble. He was not committing any type of crime."
Sybrina Fulton of Miami, Fla., mother of Trayvon Martin, greets Sen. Richard Durbin (D-IL) during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on "Stand Your Ground" laws October 29, 2013 in Washington, DC.
Sybrina Fulton of Miami, Fla., mother of Trayvon Martin, greets Sen. Richard Durbin (D-IL) during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on "Stand Your Ground" laws October 29, 2013 in Washington, DC.
It was Fulton's first appearance before members of Congress, who showed signs of taking up the application of stand your ground laws in the immediate aftermath of Zimmerman's not-guilty verdict. The laws, which exist in some form in about 30 states, allow a person to use deadly force in self-defense, rather than retreat, when they feel threatened with "great bodily harm.
Tracy Martin, Trayvon's father, spoke a week after Zimmerman's acquittal at the inaugural meeting of the Congressional Caucus on Black Men and Boys, where lawmakers pledged to renew the debate on race and racial profiling in the United States. President Barack Obama addressed the issue in what were widely regarded as unprecedented remarks about his personal history with racial bias.

Thursday, September 26, 2013

George Zimmerman’s Wife Now ‘Doubts’ his Innocence (Watch)

*Shellie Zimmerman told the "Today" show's Matt Lauer that she's unsure of what exactly happened when her estranged husband, George Zimmerman encountered an unarmed Trayvon Martin on the night of February 26, 2012.
"This person that I'm married to that I'm divorcing, I've kind of realized now that I don't know him," she told Matt Lauer on Thursday. "And I really don't know what he's capable of."
She's also unsure it was self-defense.
"I'm conflicted on that," she said. "I believe the evidence, but this revelation in my life has really helped me to take the blinders off."
Shellie Zimmerman says she doesn't believe her husband profiled Martin, who was black.
Since the trial, she says her husband treated her like she's "disposable" and went on a "victory tour" without her.
Earlier this month, the two were involved in an altercation at her central Florida home. Since then, she's been unable to serve him with divorce papers because she doesn't know where he is. READ MORE WATCH VIDEO

Monday, September 23, 2013


The person or persons involved in formulating this idea need to be fired and removed from gov't entirely as quickly as possible.  The fact is that this nations Founding Fathers were ahead of their times in granting the people the bill of rights etc.,  but it is the ultimate evolution of government,  as a result of social progress.

In prehistoric times,  tribal cohesion was discovered to be an effective way to distribute the tasks and thus efficiently save energy needed for the species survival.  Eventually these tribes grew larger and the leadership found room to horde resources for themselves,  rather than equitably redistribute them.  This hording would continue until the efficiency of the tribes energy management became intolerable for most and the tribal community would break down.

Next came the idea of codified laws,  that allowed individuals to determine how energy should be appropriated for the efficient benefit of society.  Though these models were terribly flawed,  they did represent an advancement over the tribal structure.  Because the "rule by law" allowed for the creation by law,  of the "medium of exchange",  which allowed for the increasingly efficient distribution of work.  The new exchange mediums meant that artist no longer had to tend fields or herd sheep,  thinkers and investigators into any all fields of inquiry could sustain themselves,  just as well as those who had labored in the fields.  Public works could be commissioned by the gov't on the peoples behalf for the benefit of all and paid for by laying taxes.

Obviously,  those who wrote the laws,  included in them their own prejudices and designs about their social preferences and incorporated them into societies "order".  Of course,  with fewer people able to watch these esoteric ministrations,  room for inequitable hording of assets grew large,  while the preferential ramification of laws being written,  ultimately created unmanageable inequities that impacted large portions of societies ability to survive.  When this grew to untenable proportions,  and the powers that be decided they would not back down for various reasons,  the social order dissolved and had to be rebuilt from scratch.

This sequence has repeated itself throughout the annuls of human history.  This is what we are seeing once again.  There is no historical evidence that any government can survive the loss of the confidence of it's own people,  yet "the powers that be"  still hope against hope,  or remain willfully ignorant of this fact,  in order to preserve the status quo that supports them in their positions of power.  For a time they can turn the armies,  meant to ensure a defense against outsiders,  against the very people who make up those armies.  But,  in the end it turns out to be a fools errand. 

The danger for all at this stage in history,  where there is so much reliance on technological infrastructure,  is;  will gov't transition or will it be pushed to the breaking point?  Will gov't transition to a more equitable distribution of wealth that represents the work,  of the human energy that created it,  or will those in power attempt to continue to horde power and the spoils of the wealth it creates for themselves?   Will they continue to do so until so much confidence in government is lost that the systems break? 

We have the tools to cause government to transition away from highly centralized and inequitable distributions of power and wealth,  but it takes a great deal of effort to apply the needed pressure incrementally.  Of course,  history shows that,  if the wherewithal cannot be found to push for the necessary transitions,  the system will eventually break down and we'll have to start from scratch again. 

Sunday, September 22, 2013

shannoninmiami commented on Theories: Trayvon Martin and the 3 Stooges.

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@Lonnie, i gotta address your latest comment 1st because i’ve been screaming this since i read the statues on stalking! and this isn’t even touching on the self defense laws yet. but your right that bitch had NO right to use the deadly force at all! period! he is a flat out murderer!
784.048 Stalking; definitions; penalties.—
(1) As used in this section, the term:
*(a) “Harass” means to engage in a course of conduct directed at a specific person which causes substantial emotional distress to that person and serves no legitimate purpose.
*(b) “Course of conduct” means a pattern of conduct composed of a series of acts over a period of time, however short, which evidences a continuity of purpose. The term does not include constitutionally protected activity such as picketing or other organized protests.
*(c) “Credible threat” means a verbal or nonverbal threat, or a combination of the two, including threats delivered by electronic communication or implied by a pattern of conduct, which places the person who is the target of the threat in reasonable fear for his or her safety or the safety of his or her family members or individuals closely associated with the person, and which is made with the apparent ability to carry out the threat to cause such harm. It is not necessary to prove that the person making the threat had the intent to actually carry out the threat. The present incarceration of the person making the threat is not a bar to prosecution under this section.

George Zimmerman Divorce on Hold; He Can’t be Found to be Served

geo & shellie zimmermanWe hope Shellie Zimmerman has a plan b as far as serving George Zimmerman with divorce papers.
Yes, what we're trying to say is that the divorce proceedings are on hold because the Zman's gone ghost.
The divorce can't move forward until George is served with papers, but Shellie's lawyer tells TMZ, George has gone underground.  READ MORE

Friday, September 20, 2013

DOJ Sets Up Public Email Address to Take in Tips as It ‘Aggressively’ Pursues Zimmerman Civil Rights Investigation

DOJ Sets Up Public Email Address to Take in Tips on George Zimmerman Civil Rights Investigation
George Zimmerman, right, talks to court security investigator Robert Hemmert during a recess after a jury question in the 25th day of his trial at the Seminole County Criminal Justice Center, in Sanford, Fla., Saturday, July 13, 2013. Credit: AP

The U.S Department of Justice is asking civil rights groups and community leaders to “actively refer anyone who [has] any information” that might help bring federal criminal charges against George Zimmerman, who was recently acquitted by a jury in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.

The DOJ has reportedly set up a public email address to take in tips on its civil rights investigation. The department is hoping to get tips from across the nation as well as locally in Sanford, Fla.

That email address, which is now “in operation,” is
It is unclear why, if officials saw enough reason to open an investigation in the first place, the DOJ now needs tips to help with its probe into Zimmerman.

Barbara Arnwine, president and executive director the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, said the DOJ during a conference called on individuals and groups “to actively refer anyone who had any information” that might build a case against Zimmerman for a civil rights violation or a hate crime, according to the Orlando Sentinel.

“They said they would very aggressively investigate this case,” she added.
That email address, which is now “in operation,” is

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Zimmerman prosecutor takes hit in court of public opinion

Angela Corey continues to call George Zimmerman a "murderer." Now, "to quell racial tension," some want her removed from a new case in which a white man is charged with killing an unarmed black teen.

Angela Corey, the controversial state attorney at the heart of the prosecution of George Zimmerman, has been facing tough criticism by some who say Zimmerman's acquittal proves she can't follow through on her characteristic bold moves. 

Still, Corey uses the law to pursue the justice she wants. With the nation questioning her decisions, she fiercely defends herself against those who think her ambition eclipses the skills she needs to pull off such legal gymnastics.

Before Corey made national news by charging Zimmerman with murder for killing Florida teen Trayvon Martin, the state attorney was no stranger to calculated risks. She had already made a 12-year-old face first-degree murder charges.

She also put a woman in prison for 20 years for firing at, yet missing, an allegedly abusive husband, the prosecutor's office says. Now, a growing number of critics describe her as a desperate prosecutor who regularly overcharges defendants and is more interested in making a name for herself than in seeking justice.

"She had the worst reputation in Florida for overcharging and the worst reputation with professional responsibility," said Alan Dershowitz, a Harvard Law School professor explaining why Corey should not have tried the Zimmerman case. "There are some great prosecutors in Florida and across the country. She's not one of them."  READ MORE

Saturday, September 14, 2013

In Email, Zimmerman’s Local Police Chief Agrees He’s Another ‘Sandy Hook’ Waiting To Happen

By Judd Legum on September 12, 2013 at 5:11 pm
Lake Mary Police Chief Steve Bracknell
Lake Mary Police Chief Steve Bracknell

Police Chief Steve Bracknell, who is responsible for the Florida town where George Zimmerman resides, agreed in a series of emails that Zimmerman is a “ticking time bomb” and another “Sandy Hook” waiting to happen.

Bracknell expressed his views in response to two emails from Santiago Rodriguez, who reached Bracknell through a contact form on the police department’s website. Bracknell confirmed the emails’ authenticity to ThinkProgress and subsequently tried to distance himself from the remarks.

Rodriguez’s first email was an extended, and sometimes angry, critique of how the Lake Mary Police Department handled their response to the recent altercation between George Zimmerman, his wife and his father in law. Rodriguez told Bracknell that he had a responsibility to charge Zimmerman because he was another “Sandy Hook… waiting to happen.” Bracknell responded with a detailed defense of the police department’s conduct, but explicitly endorsed Rodriguez’s comments on Sandy Hook.


Friday, September 13, 2013

Medical Examiner in Trayvon Martin Case Preparing $100M Lawsuit

Medical Examiner in Trayvon Martin Case Preparing $100M Lawsuit

by PJ
Dr. Shiping Bao*Some of you may recall former associate medical examiner Dr. Shiping Bao who testified during George Zimmerman's second-degree murder trial in the shooting death of an unarmed Trayvon Martin.
According to WFTV 9 (Orlando) , Bao is planning to file a $100 million lawsuit in the case.
During Zimmerman’s trial, Bao’s testimony raised quite a few eyebrows.
"I believe it is my opinion that Trayvon Martin was in a lot of pain, and that he was suffering," Bao said July 5 during testimony in the  Zimmerman trial.
Bao took the stand and changed up his testimony about vital statements he’d made. He explained that he had changed his mind on Martin being alive for only three minutes after the shooting.
"I believe he was alive one to 10 minutes after he was shot. His heart was beating until there was no blood left," Bao said.
Well now Dr. Bao  has announced that his attorney is preparing a $100 million lawsuit with claims that the medical examiner, state attorney's office, and Sanford Police Department were all biased against Martin.
"He says their general attitude was that he got what he deserved," Attorney Willie Gary told Channel 9.
According to Gary, Bao was made to be a scapegoat and was wrongfully fired from the medical examiner's office. He said his client was prepared to offer proof that Martin was not the aggressor.
"He was in essence told to zip his lips. 'Shut up. Don't say those things,'" Gary said.
Gary said prosecutors never asked Dr. Bao a question crucial to their case.
"He wanted a question that would have allowed him to explain to the jury with scientific evidence how there was no way Trayvon Martin could have been on top of George Zimmerman," Attorney Gary said.
Gary said that question never came.
PJ | September 12, 2013 at 9:45 am | URL:

Thursday, September 12, 2013

Florida Police Chief: Either George Zimmerman Or His Lawyer Is Not Telling The Truth

The Florida police chief that is actively investigating a confrontation between George Zimmerman, his wife and his father-in-law says someone is lying: either George Zimmerman or his lawyer.
Both the Lake Mary Florida Police Chief, Steve Bracknell, and the department’s spokesman Zach Hudson confirmed to ThinkProgress that George Zimmerman told officers at the scene that he did not have a gun on him during the incident. This directly contradicts what ZImmerman’s lawyer, Mark O’Mara, told CNN:   READ MORE

Sunday, September 8, 2013

Zimmerman’s Wife Collecting $4300 A Month from His Legal Defense Fund

shellie zimmerman*Although George Zimmerman was acquitted two months ago for killing Trayvon Martin, his soon to be ex-wife is getting $4,300 a month in living expenses out of the funds raised for Zimmerman’s defense.
TMZ reports that Shellie Zimmerman separated from her husband August 13 and is collecting the monthly payment from the Zimmerman Legal Defense Fund in the divorce settlement.
The solicitation on PayPal states the fund is to be used "for George Zimmerman's ongoing living expenses, legal costs, and fees for this matter." READ MORE

Saturday, September 7, 2013

Shellie Zimmerman on Divorce: ‘George is All About George’ (Watch)

George Zimmerman's wife Shellie Zimmerman sits down for an interview with ABC's investigative reporter Christi O'Connor.

*George Zimmerman's wife says she doesn't know the man she's been married to for almost seven years and doesn't think she "ever really knew him at all."
In an exclusive interview with ABC News shortly after her attorney filed for divorce from the man acquitted in the death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, Shellie Zimmerman said she is left with a shattered life.  READ MORE

Friday, September 6, 2013

George Zimmerman’s Wife Shellie Kicks Him to the Curb; Files for Divorce

shellie & george zimmerman*As we recently reported, Shellie Zimmerman was considering divorcing Trayvon Martin's killer. Now she's gone and done it. Well, at least she's filed the paperwork to get the process started.
Shellie's action should come as no surprise because she expressed uncertainty about the union in a "Good Morning America" interview.  READ MORE
When asked if she and George Zimmerman were still together, Shellie Zimmerman said, "I'm not going to answer that."
She added that she "wants to have children and stay married."
"With George?" the interviewer asked.
"That's something I'm going to have to think about," she replied.
George Zimmerman was found not guilty for the shooting murder of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in February 2012

George Zimmerman Pulled Over for Speeding … Again (Watch)

Monday, August 26, 2013

Adam Pollock Saved George Zimmerman’s Life

From the BlackButterfly7 blogsite here.

Since the verdict in the George Zimmerman case, Pollock appeared on the Dr. Drew program on HLN.  He revealed that his testimony describing Zimmerman as “soft” was actually hearsay, stated by another trainer.  How is it possible for a man to describe another man as “soft” unless they have had physical contact with each other?

The Department of Justice might do well to interview that trainer, in addition to others attending Kokopelli’s Gym when Zimmerman attended.  He just might have gotten the reputation for being “soft” the Friday or Saturday before the Sunday that he killed Trayvon Martin.

In the following video, Pollock tells the Dr. Drew panel that George Zimmerman thanked him for saving his life, and accredited that to Pollock teaching him how to “shrimp.”   It shows that if Zimmerman was able to “shrimp,” that Trayvon could not have punched him about his head and face.  According to George Zimmerman, “shrimping” saved his life.  Since shrimping saved Zimmerman’s life, killing Trayvon Martin did not.

Friday, August 23, 2013


‘Law & Order: SVU’: Will Air Episode Inspired by Trayvon Martin Case


Zimmerman Sighting: Trayvon’s Killer Shops for Tactical Shotgun




Trayvon Shooting Reenactment Ad Posted to Stop Stand Your Ground Laws (Watch)

justice for trayvon*In an effort to bring an end to the controversial Stand Your Ground laws nationwide, The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence has put out a video reenactment of the night Trayvon Martin was killed.

The nonprofit group uses the actual audio from the 911 calls that both George Zimmerman and a witness phoned in that night. People are depicted in hoodies lying on the ground after the sound of a gunshot is heard. The names are displayed of the more than 20 states that have Stand Your Ground laws in place.
The group has also launched a website and a petition asking people to urge their state lawmakers to “oppose this immoral legislation.”

“‘Stand Your Ground’ laws have essentially legalized murder. With this PSA, we hope to add to the nationwide push to repeal these immoral laws,” said CSGV Communications Director Ladd Everitt.
The Stand Your Ground law allows a person to use deadly force as a means of self-defense, with no obligation to first attempt to retreat. After the Zimmeran shooting of Martin in February 2012, who was an unarmed African-American teenager, the laws received national attention and much protest.

Zimmerman wasn’t arrested initially because he used the law as justification for killing Martin. He was eventually tried and last month received a not guilty verdict of second-degree murder and manslaughter.

National Rifle Association stood in support of the Stand Your Ground law and the conservative American Legislative Exchange Council, which lost some of its corporate backers after its role in pushing Stand Your Ground laws came to light.  READ MORE

Thursday, August 15, 2013

George Zimmerman's Biggest Defender: A Racist With a Criminal Past

George Zimmerman's Biggest Defender: A Racist With a Criminal Past

[Incarceration is the new slavery]

Frank Taaffe, Zimmerman's unofficial media emissary, is a convicted criminal who recently appeared on The White Voice, a virulently racist podcast.

| Thu Aug. 8, 2013 3:00 AM PDT
Frank Taaffe.
In April 2012, two days before George Zimmerman was arrested for the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, he huddled with a fellow neighborhood watch volunteer, Frank Taaffe. According to Taaffe, who disclosed the meeting on Fox News, Zimmerman asked him to share "several talking points" with the media. Taaffe obliged. Indeed, as Zimmerman's legal drama unfolded over the next year and a half, Taaffe emerged as his most visible and outspoken defender. He gave hundreds of interviews to media outlets, ranging from the New York Times to Fox News to CNN, and made near-daily appearances on cable news shows during Zimmerman's trial.

Taaffe used this platform to cast Martin as a drug-addled hoodlum and Zimmerman as a community-minded do-gooder ("the best neighbor you would want to have") who had every reason to suspect the black teen was up to mischief. He also railed against Zimmerman's critics, whom he accused of staging a witch hunt. "It's really sad that he has already been convicted in the public media and has already been sentenced to the gas chamber," he lamented in an interview with NBC's Miami affiliate last year.
Taaffe was hardly the ideal person to be weighing in on a case suffused with racial angst—or commenting on criminal-justice matters, period. A Mother Jones investigation has found that the 56-year-old New York native has a lengthy criminal record that includes charges of domestic violence and burglary, and a history of airing virulently racist views. Just last Sunday, he appeared on The White Voice, a weekly podcast hosted by a man named Joe Adams, who has deep, long-standing ties to white-power groups and has authored a manual called Save The White People Handbook. (Sample quote: "A mutt makes a great pet and a mulatto makes a great slave.")

During a previous White Voice appearance, on July 27, Taaffe argued that whites and blacks have no business mingling. ("They don't want to be with us and we don't want to be with them.") Taaffe also opined that if Zimmerman had racially profiled Martin, he was justified in doing so because "young black males" had burglarized homes in their neighborhood. "What if I—a middle-aged white man—wore a hoodie and went through Trayvon Martin's neighborhood?" he asked defiantly. Adams replied that "no sane white person" would dare walk down their "local Marcus Garvey Boulevard."
"I'd only be there for one or two things," Taaffe shot back. "And I'm sure the vice squad would want to be interested in that."  READ MORE

Tchoupi says:

@ willis While I agree the events on TTL are ‘what really matters’, I hold out hope that all our efforts (well, manily tchoupi’s…) might someday get a public airing of some sort. In that event, the tighter the accuracy of the whole presentation, the more credibility the presentation will have. Thus, it’s not that [...]
I may have a little difference of view with Willi concerning how much what happened on RVC matters.
There clearly is a spike of traffic by the clubhouse at the time GZ pulled his cellphone out to call SPD’s NEN. This has some significance to me as it indicates that GZ & TM were not alone when it all started. Even if we consider that one of the drivers went back and forth by the clubhouse, there still must be someone witnessing what that REAL suspicious guy was doing in the neighborhood.
Moreover, that traffic spike period is interestingly rich of unique events:
1) It almost begins with a light colored pick up truck that is consistent with GZ’s.
2) That pickup truck briefly makes an angle toward the clubhouse.
3) At least one dark colored vehicle going east on RVC stopped for a noticeable time at the junction with TTL,
4) One vehicle strolled on TTL and stopped by the mailboxes for a noticeable while,
5) The traffic clears up as soon as the NEN call starts.
Finally, none this is consistent with GZ parking by the clubhouse where he said he parked as he called NEN.
I agree with Willi in that showing that GZ stopped by the mailboxes and was already on TTL before his call connected is the main conclusion of that work.

10 Reasons Lawyers Say Florida's Law Enforcement Threw Away George Zimmerman's Case

A growing chorus of attorneys and analysts say Zimmerman didn't face anything like a serious trial.
  Florida law enforcement, from the local police to the special prosecutor overseeing the Trayvon Martin case, did not want to see George Zimmerman convicted of murder and deliberately threw away the case, allowing their prosecution to crumble. A growing chorus of attorneys and analysts who know jury trials and courtroom procedure say this is the inescapable conclusion to be drawn from the parade of otherwise incoherent missteps by George Zimmerman’s prosecutors.

“I find it personally difficult to believe it was not thrown,” said Warren Ingber, a New York-based attorney who has practiced law for decades. “I am far from alone in this assessment, and it reveals even harder truth why this case was a miscarriage of justice.”  READ MORE

Friday, August 2, 2013

George Zimmerman Stopped for Speeding in Texas – with Gun in Car (Photo)

George Zimmerman Stopped for Speeding in Texas – with Gun in Car (Photo)




(no need for me to post the photo,  we know what he looks like)


I guess that now he's had his first taste of blood,  he's out looking for more favorable grounds to go hunting again.  From what we've been reading,  he could not have found a more fertile and safer place for hunting blacks down,  than the state that gave us the Jasper 3,  eh?   I mean,  for a state that's so quick to execute women,  children and the disabled,  they're certainly taking a long time to carry out the executions that even President Bush said would happen.   Or did I miss something? 

Oh, now this:

Update: B-29 Attorney: David M Chico – *Update* Chico was the prosecutor in the 2005 case against Zimmerman

What's going on here?



Jesse Jackson: Florida is an ‘Apartheid State’ Governor Scott wants Apology

------------------------------------Yeah!  Right!!!


Friday, July 26, 2013

George Zimmerman Juror Says 'In Our Hearts, We Felt He Was Guilty'

The only minority on the all-female jury that voted to acquit George Zimmerman said today that Zimmerman "got away with murder" for killing Trayvon Martin and feels she owes an apology Martin's parents. "You can't put the man in jail even though in our hearts we felt he was guilty," said the woman who was identified only as Juror B29 during the trial. "But we had to grab our hearts and put it aside and look at the evidence." She said the jury was following Florida law and the evidence, she said, did not prove murder. Watch More of the Interview Thursday on "World News" at 6:30 p.m. ET and on "Nightline" at 12:35 a.m. ET, and then on Friday on "Good Morning America" at 7 a.m. ET The court had sealed the jurors' identities during the trial and still hasn't lifted the order, but Juror B29 edged out of the shadows in an exclusive interview with "Good Morning America" anchor Robin Roberts. She allowed her face to be shown, but -- concerned for her safety -- used only a first name of Maddy READ MORE

Thursday, July 25, 2013

What's Happening Now!

EXCLUSIVE PICTURES of the white family that hero George Zimmerman “SAVED” from a car in flames – or was it STAGED?

Trayvon Martin's Death Extends Sanford's Sordid Legacy

A close look at the “challenge” interview suggests the State may have tanked its case  by whonoze

Here is pic of Juror 29 w/ Robin Roberts and her atty 


Zimmerman Jurors Allowed Unsupervised Family Time During Trial 

Beneath the Spin: About Truth, Knowledge, Racists, and Power


Thursday Snaps: Meagan Good, Kym Whitley & More Celebs Join for Trayvon Campaign (Look!)


Non-White George Zimmerman Juror ‘Fought to the End’ for Guilty Verdict

"George Zimmerman got away with murder," she said.

Hispanic Zimmerman Juror tells ABC ‘He Got Away With Murder’


Reality Check: Is the Black Community Responsible for Trayvon Martin’s Death?


Trayvon’s Parents React to Juror B29′s Zimmerman ‘Got Away with Murder’ Comment


Why Zimmerman Juror B-29 Should Have Remained Silent 


ABC's Exclusive "Zimmerman Rescue Hero" Story Falling Apart

Roland Martin Rips GOP’s ‘What About Chicago?’ Talking Point in Trayvon Debate


Trayvon’s Father Tracy Martin Speaks Before Congress


Between the Lines: Blaming The Youth When The Adults Should Have Known



Google doodle honors birthday of biophysicist Rosalind Franklin

  1. Scientist
  2. Rosalind Elsie Franklin was a British biophysicist and X-ray crystallographer who made critical contributions to the understanding of the fine molecular structures of DNA, RNA, viruses, coal, and graphite. Wikipedia