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Saturday, April 6, 2013

Trayvon Martin’s family settles wrongful death lawsuit with Sanford, Florida, homeowner’s association

Benjamin Crump, the lawyer representing Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fulton, Trayvon’s parents says that while this ends litigation with the Retreat at Twin Lakes, plans for a civil suit against Zimmerman continue.

By David Knowles / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Friday, April 5, 2013, 4:06 PM
PHOTO AP /John Minchillo
Sybrina Fulton, Trayvon Martin's mother, agreed to
settle her wrongful death lawsuit against the housing
complex in Sanford, Fla. where her son was shot by
George Zimmerman.

 Sometimes justice is meted out in stages.

Trayvon Martin’s parents have settled a wrongful death claim with the homeowners association of the Retreat at Twin Lakes, the Florida housing complex where their son was shot and killed by neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman.

PHOTO:  AP/Orlando Sentinel, Joe Burbank, Pool
Despite the settlement, George Zimmerman (right)
and his lawyer, Mark O'Mara, still face the prospect
of a civil lawsuit brought by Martin's parents.

The undisclosed sum is believed to be more than $1 million, the Orlando Sentinel reported.


 Benjamin Crump, the lawyer representing Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fulton, Trayvon’s parents, provided copies of the settlement to Zimmerman’s attorney and the judge in the case on Thursday.

"It is understood and agreed that the payment made herein is not to be construed as an admission of any liability by or on behalf of the releasing parties; but instead the monies being paid hereunder is consideration for avoiding litigation, the uncertainties stemming from litigation as well as to protect and secure the good name and good will of the released parties," the settlement said.
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PHOTO:  Facebook
Trayvon Martin was shot and killed on Feb. 26, 2012
while walking at the Retreat at Twin Lakes, a housing
complex in Sanford, Fla.

Cops arrest gang member linked to suspected killer of Colorado’s prisons chief

James Lohr, a 47-year-old white supremacist prison gang member, was arrested on Friday. He is one of two men whose names have surfaced during the investigation into the death of Colorado Department of Corrections Director Tom Clements. Both Lohr and Thomas Guolee were gang associates of suspect Evan Ebel.

James Lohr was arrested on Friday in connection
with the murder of Colo. prisons chief Tom Clements.
 DENVER — A white supremacist prison gang member was arrested and another was still being sought for questioning Friday in the death of Colorado's prisons chief as authorities investigated whether the gang had any ties to the killing.

James Lohr, who has the words "Hard" and "Luck" tattooed where his eyebrows would be, was taken into custody early Friday in Colorado Springs. He was wanted for questioning in the slaying of Department of Corrections Director Tom Clements. <a href=" ">  READ MORE </a>

Thomas Guolee, 31, still being sought in connection
with the killing of Colorado prisons chief Tom Clements,
who was shot at the door of his home last month.

Thursday, April 4, 2013

Everything is Bigger in Texas, Including the Aryan Brotherhood

Texas is experiencing incredible economic success. Texas leads the United States in oil and gas production and job growth.    In February alone Texas employers added over 80,000 jobs. The unemployment rate in Texas hovers aroung 6.3% as compared to the national average of 7.7%. Texas also is proud to have the fastest growing cities in the country. The top three growth cities in the country are Austin #1, Houston #2, and Dallas #3. While Rick Perry would like to take credit for the economic success of the state, it is more likely attributable to the lack of state income tax, which is made possible by the presence of such large oil & gas reserves.

While the country identifies Texas as a leader in economic growth, it is also a leader in the Aryan Brotherhood.

The Life Expectancy for a District Attorney in Texas must be the shortest in the country. Last Saturday District attorney Mike McLelland and his wife were found dead in their home. It was just two months ago that Mr. McLelland had vowed to put away the “scum” who had killed one of his deputies. The county sheriffs have brought in the FBI to help with the investigation. Thank heavens we didn’t secede from the United States, as our Governor had suggested!

Mr. Hasse, the district attorney who was shot on his way to work outside the county court house two months ago, had carried a gun for protection, and even changed the exit he took every day from the Court House, for security reasons.
While no charges have been filed, there is great speculation that the Aryan brotherhood of Texas is involved. The Aryan Brotherhood of Texas is at the center of a large federal case that involves racketeering, murder, kidnapping and other various crimes. The Aryan Brotherhood of Texas is described as a “whites only” prison based gang in operation since the 80’s. They are arguably the most violent white supremacist prison gang in the United States. The group has been credited with more than 100 murders, and at least 10 kidnappings. Their code is blood-in, blood-out meaning that you can only get into ABT by carrying out some kind of attack,” and … you can only leave in a body bag.  READ MORE


Sunday, March 31, 2013


States "Jiggy" response to rather silly defense motion for sanctions,  and an exhibit where DD says that Trayvon came through the Colonial Village Apartment Complex,  which would mean that he used the cut through by Taaffe's,  but...  since he is in the mail shed at RATL by 6:54,  GZ still does not come out early enough to see him at Taaffe's.  So that finally his story of being on his way to the store is false,  since the cctv analysis [tchoupi's work] shows that although there was nothing to see,  that could have distracted him,  or provided an excuse for not going immediately to the store,  GZ's truck never even attempts to go out the front gate,  but instead courses over to the mail shed twice and then stays there,  where the NEN [Police non-emergency number] call begins.