Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Florida banning junk food?

It seems that Junk Food is a good reason to kill someone in Florida: after all, Trayvon Martin threatened George Zimmerman with ice tea and skittles.  The latest victim not only texted (a crime worthy of the death penalty in itself), but threw popcorn.

He had to shoot him.

This all sounds like Monty Python. "And now we will show you how to protect yourself against a person carrying candy and popcorn. Pull out your gun and shoot them."


What do you expect when you pass ""get away with murder" laws?

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  1. Do you call the 4th Amendment the "get away with murder" right?

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    1. SYG and castle doctrine laws are what's know as get away with murder laws.

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    2. That's what your side calls them, but your side has a long-standing hatred of self-defense.

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    3. Can a person defend themselves without a gun?

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    4. No response from the gun loon cowards

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  2. We wouldn't know, since no state has passed a "get away with murder" law.

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  3. Actually, the evidence pointed to Martin attacking Zimmerman with the sidewalk. I don't think skittles breaks your nose or makes your head bleed.
    You should consider getting outraged AFTER someone has gotten away with something you feel is unfair. So far, the police are acting the way they should. Suspect arrested, appearance by video before a judge, continues to be held. The justice system will do its work.
    Meanwhile there are millions of people(including me) who haven't shot anyone for texting, or throwing popcorn.

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    1. Sounds like this "get away with murder" law isn't working too well for him.

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    2. You're right. In this case it doesn't look good for the lawful gun owner who was just standing his ground.

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    3. So we can't really call it the "get away with murder law", can we?

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    4. The evidence pointed to an altercation. There is no evidence who, or how that fight started, so your statement is wrong. Again, if Zimmerman had left Martin alone as requested, Martin would still be alive. With all the evidence of Zimmerman's negatively aggressive past and lies he has told the courts, his word (the only account we have of how the fight supposedly happened) is more than suspect.

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    5. What if- and I am not saying that's what happened- but what if this guy listened to the gun control narrative delivered by you, Japete, and criminal defense attorney Laci the Dog? And say he believed you that Florida's SYG law allows you to "get away with murder", and "all you have to do is say you felt threatened", and under those pretenses, he decided to shoot this guy dead. Under those circumstances, what would you call that viscous red fluid all over your hands?

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    6. So there is no responsibility to follow police instructions?

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    7. A dispatcher isn't a policeman. You can likely rest assured, that if it had been possible for Zimmerman to be charged with anything like that, they would have.
      Plus, if you listen to the tape, the dispatcher never said to stay in the car, but merely said "we don't need you to do that." And after the dispatcher said it wasn't needed, he said ok.
      But it all boils down to there is no legal requirement to follow a dispatcher's instructions.

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    8. And he stopped moving after he said, "ok". You can hear it on the tape. By all evidence, he DID listen to the dispatcher.

      Now, had Martin listened to his girlfriend when she told him to "run", yeah, he would still be alive.

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    9. I never mentioned anything about "stay in the car" but thanks for your usual lying about what I said.
      Many places it's a police officer who answers 911.
      He was told we don't need you to do that in response to I'm going to follow him.
      Can you guys only make your false points by lying?

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    10. Again,
      As TS said, when told they didn't need him to follow Martin, he said ok. Then a short time later he commented he didn't know where Martin was, which would suggest that he had obeyed the request and was returning to his car. Tough to follow a person when you're returning to your car.
      I live out in the country and 911 is answered by a civilian dispatcher. If it had been a police officer on the phone, I'm sure they would have charged him if they could. Especially after the special prosecutor was assigned. The one who decided to skip the grand jury and go right to trial.
      Exactly how am I lying if you seem to be repeating what I described? And as TS said, if Martin had followed his girlfriend's advice, instead of going after Zimmerman, he would still be alive.

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    11. The police telling someone and a girlfriend telling someone. Gee, which holds more authority? This is a guy who wanted to be a cop. Not a good candidate for a cop when he can't even follow directions of an authority figure. Your argument is based on the idea that it's perfectly fine for him to ignore authority figures. No surprise since you and your buddies are criminal cowardly liars. Steve asked you to give your opinion on Greg's statements that he put up more than a month ago and multiple times since. No response from you, confirming you agree with his criminal statements. No surprise you root for a killer like Zim.

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    12. In both instances, there is no legal requirement to obey an order from a dispatcher, the girlfriend and the dispatcher hold the same legal authority.
      I'm sorry I missed Steve's request. Steve often forgets to identify who he's asking. Perhaps he'll be willing to repeat the question, or which comments Greg made.

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    13. You don't even know if the 911 person was a cop, or not. You make a lot of claims NOT based on fact. No surprise that's your MO. Gee, that's funny, Steve's request was right next to one of your comments. All through these comment threads are "refused to respond" comments, because you and your lying cr9iminal coward buddies refuse to respond to legitimate questions. The sign of true cowards.

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    14. Anon, Zimmerman worked with the police department as a neighborhood watch captain. He would know if they were civilians or not. And, as I said before, the prosecution was so anxious to try to charge him with anything possible, I'm surprised they didn't charge him with littering for bleeding on the sidewalk his head was slammed against by Martin.
      And the transcript shows that when told to, he said ok and stopped following. He also stated he had lost sight of Martin.
      Both you and Steve often make comments and don't say who you're talking to. Sometimes the person you want to respond doesn't, and sometimes someone else responds that you weren't talking to. That is the nature of the beast if you choose to not be specific, and I doubt anyone here will lose any sleep over it.
      Help me, help you. Use the person's name when you're talking to someone, just as I did in this comment and things will work better.

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    15. The point is YOU don't know, but claim it as fact. The position of a liar.
      The "name" game was started by you guys. I knew it would backfire, confuse you, and invite piggy backers, which I have enjoyed watching. A problem you guys started, because you were making a joke. Well live with it .

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    16. Not my job to fix your lack of communication skills. And not going to feel bad if I miss something because of it.

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    17. You are the one with the communication problem, not me. It's your stupid "name" game that confuses you. I've been laughing about it for months now. Seems you, TS, and the lying criminal coward are the same person, you say the same criminal things, which you have proved all along. Your stupid game backfired on you, now you have no clue and complain to me. HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA I love it, laughing at lying criminal coward idiots like you.

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    18. You still have to lie about what I say to make your dishonest point. I said nothing about getting out of a car. Those who lie to make a point are just liars, and wrong about an issue, or they wouldn't have to lie.

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  4. Martin would still be alive if Zimmerman had left him alone as the dispatcher had told him to. Zimmerman was told not to follow him. Next we know Zimmerman was out on the prowl and Martin ended up dead.

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    1. Well, he was acquitted of the charges brought against him.

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    2. Yes, a travesty of justice.

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    3. Right, and there are innocent people in jail (in fact have been put to death) and guilty people walking the streets free.

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    4. You are correct. Most justice systems have flaws, ours is just better than others.

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    5. Thanks for admitting that the verdict was flawed.

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    6. I didn't say that the Zimmerman verdict was flawed. The same could be argued for the trial for OJ Simpson. Our justice system requires the prosecution to prove guilt, not the other way around.

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    7. Tell us your opinion on O.J., was he guilty?

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    8. No response from the coward, as usual

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  5. Actually Trayvon did NOT have ice tea with him the night he died. Why did the media feed us that myth?

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  6. Horsey? The same guy who compared the Heller ruling to letting 16 year old children buy rocket launchers?

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  7. Murder is still illegal, try again.

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