July 23, 2013

Facts you need to know, what’s Fire a** LEAN? Martin went on to tell his friend that “robitussin nd soda” could make “some fire a** lean.” Which is what Martin had on him at the time he attacked Zimmerman … A can of

During the course of the trial, State Prosecutor John Guy made it official when he identified to the jury Martin’s personal possessions found on his body by police, to include an “unopened bag of Skittles” as well as a “full can of watermelon-flavored drink,” as reported by Central Florida News 13 on June 25, 2013.

Lean CONCOCTION … Evidence of LEAN usage found in Martin’s liver. LEAN consists of three basic ingredients – codeine – a soft drink and candy’.

Note the jury was not allowed to see the text messages on Martin’s phone… Why not? But still they acquitted Zimmerman, despite withholding the truth from the courtroom.

Bill Whittle examines the death of Trayvon Martin and trial of George Zimmerman. Is the acquittal of Zimmerman one of the great civil rights injustices of our time? Find out. Watch the video …

Miami to LA: Hundreds turn out for Trayvon rallies…
Protesters Denounce FOX NEWS, ‘Stand Your Ground’ Laws…
Calls to Boycott DISNEYLAND…
Both Zimmerman and Obama have 48% disapproval rating…
Author Offers to Buy Zimmerman Gun of Choice…

Locally there were about “a few dozen people”, as the local lamestream media turned out it … While thousands of Tea Party people showed up in virtually the same place. Which do you think got lamestream media attention?

Florida’s “stand your ground law was investigated over a year ago, right after the ZImerman trial was started, and the LAW was basically found OK, and not applicable to the Martin case, nor was it brought up in the trial. … It had no effect, one way or the other, except in the fantasy mind of a liberal..


No When To Hold ’em, Know When To Fold ’em

July 18, 2013

Know how to play the game …


Obama paints himself into a corner over Trayvon Martin. “The president’s own words more than a year ago — “If I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon” — are fueling the push for his Justice Department to bring federal charges against Zimmerman, the Hispanic neighborhood watch coordinator who has become a symbol of a broken justice system in the eyes of civil rights groups.

When Obama waded into the controversy in March 2012, his words seemed to carry limited consequences. His statement of support for the Martin family played well with supporters and was more than a year away from the polarizing trial. It’s not that simple any more. . . . Despite White House efforts to distance the president from the department’s investigation, Obama inevitably will have to answer for how his administration proceeds. The White House can ill afford to give critics more ammunition as the administration fends off attacks about the IRS’ targeting of conservative groups, the postponement of a major part of Obamacare and the Justice Department’s spying on journalists.”

Today’s going to be good, I am told … Will we see Nixon reincarnated. Rep. Issa thinjs so … Maybe Hillary would like to say some more …

Hillary prosecuted the case against Nixon and should learn when to just shut up.

REPORT: Rep. Darrell Issa Has Information That Will Link IRS Scandal Up Into the White House!

How a Miami School Crime Cover-Up Policy Led to Trayvon Martin’s Death

July 15, 2013

How the bureaucrats and the lamestream media covered up the real crimes of Trayvon Martin, which by so doing may have actually led to the shooting. If you really want to know what the facts are this is a must read for you. It fills in some missing pieces and tells how the government bureaucracy in Miami, may have actually caused the tragedy.  Chief Charles Hurley of the Miami-Dade School Police Department (MDSPD) in 2010 had implemented a policy that reduced the number of criminal reports, manipulating statistics to create the appearance of a reduction in crime within the school system. 

How a Miami School Crime Cover-Up Policy Led to Trayvon Martin’s Death:

The February 2012 shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin might never have happened if school officials in Miami-Dade County had not instituted an unofficial policy of treating crimes as school disciplinary infractions. Revelations that emerged from an internal affairs investigation explain why Martin was not arrested when caught at school with stolen jewelry in October 2011 or with marijuana in February 2012. Instead, the teenager was suspended from school, the last time just days before he was shot dead by George Zimmerman.

The lamestream media who misrepresented the facts and tried to tell you the people a lie. And apparently since they were not happy with the verdict, have decided to carry on. And so does Harry ‘dingy Harry’. In order to not get sidetracked by all this ‘gorilla dust’, you need to know the truth.

The FBI already thoroughly investigated whether they thought Zimmerman was a racist, yes Holder has already done this, and found no grounds. The acquittal means that double jeopardy is now in play. And yes the lamestream knows this, and what they are doing, fanning the flames …

There is no way to undo the facts, it was justified self-defense.



July 10, 2013

WHEN YOU ARE BEATING SOMEONE UP, MAKE SURE THEY AREN’T ARMED: In yet another serious blow to the prosecutions case for second degree murder, forensic pathologist Dr. Vincent DiMaio testified on Tuesday that the evidence was “consistent” with George Zimmerman’s version of events that ended in the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.

When prompted by the defense to give his take on the medical evidence, DiMaio said the evidence available suggests Martin was leaning over Zimmerman when he was shot. The testimony seemingly provides even more credibility to the defense’s claim that Martin was on top of Zimmerman while punching him and slamming his head on the concrete before the defendant used his firearm in self-defense.

Clear case of self defense…


In Reversal, Florida Judge Okays Testimony About Trayvon Martin’s Marijuana Usage

July 9, 2013


Jurors in the George Zimmerman murder trial will be able to hear defense testimony that Trayvon Martin had small amounts of marijuana in his system at the time he was shot to death in February 2012.

In a ruling this afternoon, Judge Debra Nelson rejected a prosecution request to bar a portion of a toxicology report that revealed Martin had been smoking pot at some point prior to Zimmerman killing him with a single gunshot to the heart.

Nelson, who previously granted a prosecution motion to limit testimony about the government toxicology report, reversed herself in the wake of last Friday’s testimony by the medical examiner who performed the Martin autopsy. Zimmerman’s lawyers will apparently introduce findings from the toxicology report through the testimony of a defense forensics expert.

Medical examiner Shiping Bao told jurors that he had changed his opinion with regard to whether Martin’s marijuana level could have affected his physical or mental state on the night of the shooting. Bao initially concluded that the amount of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) in Martin’s blood would not have had any impact on the 17-year-old’s behavior.

Zimmerman Trial Update

July 2, 2013

JAMES TARANTO: ‘Cracking’ the Case: A racial turnabout in the George Zimmerman trial.

“It’s not about racial profiling,” said lawyer Daryl Parks about the murder trial of George Zimmerman. “We never claimed this was about race.”

What makes these statements “head-scratching,” as New York’s Daily News describes them, is that Parks represents the family of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, whom Zimmerman fatally shot in February 2012. Zimmerman is pleading self-defense. The media narrative was that Martin was a victim of racial profiling–that Zimmerman, who is white and Hispanic, wrongfully saw the unarmed Martin as a threat because Martin was black.

“The whole point of the Trayvon Martin case,” according to Slate’s Justin Peters, was supposed to be to serve as “a referendum on how comfort and privilege deal with the unfamiliar.” By “comfort and privilege,” Peters means white people; by “the unfamiliar,” he means blacks. Martin’s killing even provoked an unusual appeal to racial solidarity from Barack Obama: “If I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon,” the president said a few weeks after the shooting.

But last week the prosecutor’s star witness, Rachel Jeantel, turned the racial narrative on its head. She was on the phone with Martin in the moments before the deadly confrontation, and she testified that Martin described Zimmerman as a “creepy-ass cracker,” that last word being an antiwhite slur. So that it seems Martin racially profiled Zimmerman. That does not exclude the possibility that the profiling was mutual, but it certainly complicates matters for the “referendum” crowd.

But that’s okay. The goal behind racializing the Zimmerman case — which, actually, involves no actual white people — was to incite racial outrage and gin up black turnout for the 2012 election. Mission accomplished!

But whatever George Zimmerman’s culpability in Martin’s shooting, he is not to blame for the social order of pre-civil-rights America. He has every right to mount a vigorous defense, and the judge and jury have a duty, as in any criminal trial, to give the defendant the benefit of any reasonable doubt.

The rightful term to describe a criminal trial that serves as a “referendum” is “show trial.”

That’s enough for now!

Zimmerman’s defense hammers at prosecution’s star witness

June 28, 2013

George Zimmerman attorney Don West continued his attempts to impeach the credibility of the state’s star witness, 19-year-old Rachel Jeantel, in a second day of cross-examination,  questioning inconsistent statements she made during an interview with a Martin family attorney and a sworn deposition given to state attorneys.

What’s “wet grass” sound like?


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