Why George Zimmermann is guilty of murdering Trayvon Martin

George Zimmermann 

  1. murdered, with a gun shot, an
  2. unarmed
  3. child
  4. who just bought ice tea and skittles.
  5. George Zimmermann should have stayed in his car,
  6. Had he minded his own business and not suspected an innocent child to be a criminal, just for being black
  7. Nothing would have happened.
  8. Had George Zimmermann not carried a gun, counter to neighborhood watch rules
  9. Trayvon Martin would still be alive.
  10. George Zimmermann was ordered
  11. by the 911 dispatcher
  12. to not follow Trayvon Martin. He disobeyed
  13. and hunted down Trayvon Martin
  14. and shot the innocent unarmed black child
  15. who was scared
  16. and just wanted to go home to watch a game and have his skittles and ice tea.
  17. George Zimmermann stalked Trayvon Martin. Stalking is illegal
  18. Trayvon Martin had the right to stand his ground and/or to attack George Zimmermann because
    1. Trayvon  was a victim of illegal stalking
    2. Zimmermann followed Trayvon
    3. Zimmermann was in violation of the 911 dispatcher order
    4. Zimmermann engaged in racial profiling and suspected Trayvon, just for his race
    5. Zimmermann did not stay in his car. Had he stayed all could have been avoided
    6. Zimmerman’s actions were at least reckless, since he needlessly created the circumstances that led to Martin’s death, but it remains unclear whether they were criminal.f
    7. Zimmermann was carrying a gun. Had he no gun, all could have been avoided
    8. Stand your ground laws must be repealed, because they let guilty people like Zimmermann get away with murder.
    9. The new black panther party has put up a bounty for Zimmermann, dead or alive.

We do have a serious problem. While Zimmermann, together with the Sanford Police Department,  is being judged and convicted by the press and the court of public opinion, that police department is not opening the files with all the reasoning why they did not arrest Zimmermann. This may be correct legal procedure, but it allows all rumors to be rampant and unchecked. All evidence should have been put out in the open, immediately.

 

If you know Human-Stupidity, you know that we will refute all the above arguments, so bear with us and read the rest of the story

A few details from the above movie

  • The family lawyer interviewed the girl friend. How come the police did not do the interviewing, before the family lawyer could brief her? 
  • Al Sharpton manages to show even younger photos of Trayvon then the 4 year old photos when Martin was about 12 years old. He showed Trayvon as young as 3, 5 or 8 years old.  What does this contribute to except manipulation? Additionally Trayvon was carrying infants on his arms. He can not come up with a recent photo of Trayvon Martin? Such blatant manipulation. Why don’t they show Zimmermann’s baby photos?

 

Black entitlement

The crux of the case is that black commenters (and white followers) think that

  1. George Zimmermann did not have the right to leave his car, much less follow Trayvon Martin at a distance.
  2. Trayvon Martin would be justified to turn back and violently attack George Zimmermann, just because Zimmermann dared to follow suspiciously.
  3. Blacks have the right to violently riot and retaliate when they fell treated unjustly.

Point by point rebuttal of above flawed arguments

George Zimmermann

  1. murdered (shot) an
    He shot a person, and was himself injured and mauled. Murder has not been proven, strong evidence shows it was self defense. Calling it murder, without a court decision, is slander 
  2. unarmed
    unarmed attackers can kill. Even in UFC fights, they don’t have concrete slabs as floor. Slamming someone’s  head on concrete can be deadly
  3. child
    17 year old child, 5′ 11′ inches football player with multiple school suspensions. Whose recent photos are shamefully hidden (due to gang signs, gold teeth), and instead the family and press conspire to show childhood photos of a 12 year old pre-pubertal boy.
  4. who just bought ice tea and skittles.
    and behaved suspiciously, and probably attacked an innocent neighborhood watch man
    Trayvon Martin, on suspension for drugs, for punching bus driver. A violent burglar upset about being followed?
  5. George Zimmermann should have stayed in his car,
    This is quite shocking. Are we not in a free country? Zimmermann can not leave his car? At least not when there is a black teen in the area? How far have we gotten?
  6. had he minded his own business and not suspected an innocent child to be a criminal, just for being black

    Had Trayvon gone straight to his nearby home, instead of hanging out and roaming about, nothing would have happened. Trayvon was half a block away from his home.
    Again, when around Blacks, one has to mind one’s own business. Are we not in a free country?

    Of course, that is the lesson to be driven home: if you suspect Blacks, check them out, you may get attacked with deadly force. The New Black Panther Party may put a bounty on you and government will harass you for years, even if Police has cleared you after checking the facts.

  7. Nothing would have happened.
    Had Trayvon stayed at home nothing would have happened. Are we not free to walk about in this country?
    But, worse, had Trayvon gone straight home, nothing would have happened. There was plenty of time to go home
  8. Had George Zimmermann not carried a gun, counter to neighborhood watch rules
    He was not on neighborhood watch. He was carrying his licensed gun, according to US laws and constitution
  9. Trayvon Martin would still be alive.
    and George Zimmermann would, most likely, be dead or severely injured for life with serious brain damage. And no civil rights charges filed against his attacker. Black on White crime is not a civil rights issue or hate crime

  10. George Zimmermann was ordered
    He was not ordered. They said "We don’t need you to do that". That is not an order but a recommendation. Also this was said AFTER 911 encouraged him to find out more details which prompted Zimmermann to follow

  1. by the 911 dispatcher
    by a phone attendant, far away. Not by a physically present law enforcement officer. 911 attendants do not have the authority to give binding orders.
  2. to not follow Trayvon Martin. He disobeyed
    actually, Zimmermann said OK. From all it seems he OBEYED and stopped following.
    The fight happened 2 minutes later, almost exactly where Zimmerman was when he was told to stop following. All indicates that Trayvon Martin backtracked. Unless you assume that Zimmermann followed and Trayvon went in circles. Again, Trayvon could have made it home in less then half that time, had he wanted to go home to "safety"
  3. and hunted down Trayvon Martin
    there is absolutely no indication nor proof that he hunted down Trayvon Martin. The only indication is Trayvon’s girlfriend’s statements, 6 weeks after the fact, primed by Trayvon’s lawyer. Of course, if she were truthful, Zimmermann has something to explain. But, as I said, if Zimmermann hunted Trayvon for several minutes, why was he 20 seconds away from his car, where he started?
    And if Zimmermann had followed a suspicious person at a safe distance, that is his legal right.
  4. and shot the innocent unarmed black child
    a 6’3” 17 year old football player. Who broke his nose and seriously injured the back of his head. How innocent. And he was armed with his fists and the sidewalk’s concrete.
  5. who was scared
    If he was scared, why did he linger around and not go home? or call 911?
  6. and just wanted to go home to watch a game and have his skittles and ice tea.
    Trayvon Martin chose not to go to his nearby home. Nobody explains why. Actually his girl friend said Trayvon refused to run and hinted he might go back.
  7. George Zimmermann stalked Trayvon Martin. Stalking is illegal
    That is funny. Black logic. Walking behind a suspicious person, in one’s own neighborhood, at a reasonable distance, is not stalking. Stalking is long term, repeated disturbance and reason for a restraining order. Not reason for jumping and punching the alleged stalker
  8. Trayvon Martin had the right to stand his ground and/or to attack George Zimmermann because
    1. Trayvon was a victim of illegal stalking
      no proof Zimmermann even followed, after being suggested to stop. Less proof even that that following was illegal.
    2. Zimmermann followed Trayvon
      probably he did not even follow after suggested to stop. Most likely Trayvon engaged Zimmermann. As we said, the proof is that Zimmermann was at 30 second distance to his car, 3 minutes after leaving the car.
    3. Zimmermann was in violation of the 911 dispatcher order
      see above: a) it was not an order b) 911 operators can not give orders  c) he obeyed anyway
    4. Zimmermann engaged in racial profiling and suspected Trayvon, just for his race
      NO proof for that. Except the manipulated TV version of the 911 call, for which Zimmermann now is suing NBC.
      So what, if it were? Blacks are proven to commit more then twice the amount of crimes then whites. And seems the recent frequent break ins were committed by Blacks.
    5. Zimmermann did not stay in his car. Had he stayed all could have been avoided
      see above: we are in a free country and not obliged to hide in cars, just because black youth are around. And had Trayvon gone to his nearby home, nothing would have happened.
      Maybe he had reasons for not going straight home? or went home and back?
    6. Trayvon Martin, on suspension for drugs, for punching bus driver. A violent burglar upset about being followed?

    7. Zimmerman’s actions were at least reckless, since he needlessly created the circumstances that led to Martin’s death, but it remains unclear whether they were criminal.f
      exercising your right to walk on public streets? One needs permission of the Black community? Unless if Zimmermann violently confronted Trayvon. There is absolutely no proof for that.
    8. Zimmermann was carrying a gun. Had he no gun, all could have been avoided
      Carrying a licensed gun is a constitutional right in the USA. He probably would be dead had he not had the gun to save his life. None of the "civil rights" activists explain Zimmermann’s injuries!
    9. Stand your ground laws must be repealed, because they let guilty people like Zimmermann get away with murder.
      Stand your ground actually is unnecessary once cornered, on the ground, and getting the head banged on concrete. This is basic self defense. But yes, stand your ground eases the burden of proof for the defending person.
    10. The new black panther party has put up a bounty for Zimmermann, dead or alive.
      That is shocking. And has been done with impunity. That is more shocking. A bounty on Zimmermann, who is not hiding from police.

 

 

 

 

Currently following:

Trayvon Martin Case at wildabouttrial.com (fee is 99 cents for one trial)

 

November 1, 2012

George Zimmerman’s lawyer can keep blogging about the Trayvon Martin case.    Says the judge.

 

Read all our articles on George Zimmermann 

  1. 72% of blacks, 31% non-blacks believe George Zimmermann is guilty(Gallup). Why the racial differences?
  2. Trayvon Martin & George Zimmermann: was it self defense?
  3. Trayvon Martin, racial profiling, political correctness    `
  4. Trayvon Martin, black rage and political correctness
  5. George Zimmermann’s defense wins right to Trayvon Martin’s school records and social network data
  6. George Zimmermann & Trayvon Martin murder trial information link and video list
  7. Trayvon Martin, on suspension for drugs, for punching bus driver. A violent burglar upset about being followed?
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    Have you ever known anyone who learned he could fight and injure people, and then do it as often as possible? I have, and in my opinion, Trayvon had learned he could injure people who offended him in any way. Zimmerman saved a lot of people from being severely injured.

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