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Saturday, July 13, 2013

Day 14 by croakerqueen123


What will an acquittal mean?

I hope that these women jurors consider what an acquittal will mean for future events that are similar to this.

1.  They will be authorizing NW'ers to become vigilantes.
2.  Allow NW'ers to carry weapons.
3.  Authorize and allow NW'ers to go on patrols.
4.  Authorize NW'ers to chase,  grab and detain "suspects".
5.  Approve of followers of children to refuse to identify themselves.
6.  Authorize NW'ers to shoot "suspects" if they meet any resistance.
7.  Since they will be validating the above behavior as lawful the child being followed,
     captured and detained,  will have nothing to report to the police,  since the actions are

Your child can be followed,  chased,  captured and held by an armed civilian,  who needs only to claim that your child was a "suspect" and that will be legal and therefore there will be nothing
either you or the police can do about it.  That would certainly give pedophiles and perverts a
good head start on accomplishing their aims,  if caught they merely need claim to have pursued
and captured a "suspect" as a lawful cover for their actions. 

Even worse you must then instruct your children that it is legal for them to be be followed and
held by complete strangers who are armed,  and that they must not resist,  because these actions
are approved by law.  So that life in Florida becomes every parents worse nightmare.

Friday, July 12, 2013

DAY 13 by croackerqueen123 closing arguments

7/11/13 Closing arguments DAY 13
[final jury instructions see below] croakerqueen123 video replaced by AxiomAmnesia
video because of sound drops.

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

FBI investigates shooting of Florida teen

Zimmerman Trial Computer Animation: Will the Jury See It?

On Tuesday evening, outside the presence of the jury, attorneys for the prosecution and the defense debated about the admissibility of a computer animation that the defense wants to show in court.
The animation, which depicts the events that led up to the shooting of Trayvon Martin on February 26, 2012, is based on witness accounts, coroner reports, police reports, and photographs of the crime scene. It was created by crime scene animator Daniel Schumaker, who used a motion-capture system to produce the animation.

State prosecutor Rich Mantei has filed a motion to keep the video out of evidence. He alleges that the video fails to “represent a complete or accurate record of the evidence.” He notes that the lighting of the video is inaccurate, and says the animation deliberately leaves out the murder weapon. Mantei also claims that the video relies heavily on Zimmerman’s version of events.
While the defense says the video will help jurors to visualize the sequence of events that proceeded the shooting, the prosecution says that the animation will only serve to confuse.
The following is a different animation of the shooting that was produced in March 2012. It was produced in just a month, but the quality is surprisingly decent.  READ MORE

Day 11 by croaskerqueen123 7/9/13

Day 11 by croaskerqueen123 7/9/13

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

DAY 10 by croakerqueen123 7/8/13


Zimmerman is claiming the screams as his,  while there are plenty of people who believe they are not his.  The jury,  however,  may decide that there is enough evidence to believe that it is him screaming.  If they reach such a conclusion then,  the evidence also shows he's not being subjected to any deadly assault by the unarmed teen.  How can it be?  His claimed rendition of the "fight" includes actions that most certainly would have left evidence on Trayvon's hands,  after all,  all the other dna evidence survived the rain and other mishandling,  so they have a problem.  They might,  very well choose to solve that problem by considering that, Zimmerman screamed only to make it appear that he was suffering a lethal attack,  so that he could claim self defense after he shot Trayvon.  Wouldn't that be karma?  To wind up convicted because of the very screams he stole to defend himself?  What a "revolting development that would be in his view.

Monday, July 8, 2013

Sharpton Asks Why Zimmerman Used Gun if He’s MMA Trained (Video)

by EurPublisher
al sharpton (screenshot)*Friday, as the prosecution wrapped up what some observers call an inept presentation in the George Zimmerman 2nd degree murder trial, MSNBC's Rev. Al Sharpton put in his two cents.
What the rev is saying makes a whole lot of sense to a lot of folks. Basically Zimmerman's story doesn't add up because the man who killed Trayvon Martin didn’t used his “MMA” training to fight back against the 17-year-old instead of pulling out his gun.
“If he was raining blows, MMA-style, you think there would be some physical evidence of that on his fists," Sharpton said about Trayvon, hypothetically. "Second, it was testified that Zimmerman had MMA training. If Zimmerman had MMA training and there was an MMA attack going on, why didn’t he use his MMA training to defend himself?”
Hmm, lyeah, that is a good question. Wonder what Zimmerman's answer would be  READ MORE

Sunday, July 7, 2013

5 Lies That Could Land Zimmerman in Jail for Life

Posted: 04 Jul 2013 09:59 AM PDT
trayvon_martin_zimmermanAll of the many lies of George Zimmerman cast a huge shadow over his version of events and his ever sinking Stand Your Ground defense.  The problem with lies is sometimes they ultimately catch up and meet the truth.   We will soon find out if Zimmerman’s lies will land him in jail for Trayvon Martin’s death.

George Zimmerman’s defense rests on Florida’s Stand Your Ground law enacted in 2005.  The prosecution claims that Zimmerman was a  wanna be cop who knew the Stand Your Ground Law and suggests he might know how to get away with murder using self- defense.  Zimmerman told Fox News host Sean Hannity in an interview  on July 18, 2012 that he knew nothing about Stand Your Ground laws before the incident. One of Zimmerman’s Seminole County State college professors, Alexis Carter, who taught a criminal law course involving  extensive Stand Your Ground  laws where Zimmerman was a student in 2010, testified that he remembers Zimmerman for being one of his better students who got an A grade in the course.  Apparently, Zimmerman knew the Stand Your Ground law better than most others, perhaps good enough to try to get away with murder. READ MORE