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  1. ConserveGov

    ConserveGov said, 9 months ago

    This must e referring to the Fl. Prosecution team.

  2. Clark  Kent

    Clark Kent said, 9 months ago

    Just noticed that Florida looks like a gun.

  3. Harleyquinn

    Harleyquinn GoComics PRO Member said, 9 months ago

    Well the Media didn’t fail, they managed to milk this for all that it was worth. Of Course Zimmerman might own MSNBC by the time his lawsuit comes around. Fail? Eric holders sponsorship of the race hustler Al Sharpton was not a Failure, they managed to bus in many protesters and whip the race angle up to another notch. Oh wait I know it was the Failure of the State Attorney Angela Corey who was the biggest Fail of them all. She had NO case and knew it. But the politics of hate must be fanned. So there you have it, the fail in Florida, State Attorney Angela Corey folks. She is such a big FAIL she had to fire her IT guy who “found” 2000 more pages of Document to give to the defence attorneys. can’t have the people thinking that she did anything but just forget to do that. how dare that guy.

  4. masterskrain

    masterskrain GoComics PRO Member said, 9 months ago

    @Clark Kent

    Does that mean Florida will be kicked out of the U.S.?
    If a child can be suspended from school for eating a pop-tart into a shape that looks vaguely like a gun, why should the state be treated differently??
    (Sarcasm Filters Off now!)

  5. Respectful Troll

    Respectful Troll said, 9 months ago

    A brilliant series from the 80s was called, The Bill of Rights: A Delicate Balance. On one of the episodes, one of the panel members was a leading defense lawyer and he said, “Great lawyers are not masters of the law. They are masters of language.” He went on to explain how wordage, tone, & body language often had a bigger impact on verdicts than evidence. We saw this, ad nauseum, with the OJ trial and should not be surprised to see it again – especially on an over televised, over hyped, and over emotional case that was the Zimmerman trial.
    The dead youth’s parents said that they are unhappy with the verdict, but that at least Zimmerman was arrested and went to trial, an option they had feared they’d have to endure.
    And just like OJ, Mr. Zimmerman will face a civil suit (I don’t think the much bally-hooed civil rights class holds water) and he will HAVE to testify at that trial. But this even could have a positive outcome that does more justice to Trayvon Martin who died standing HIS ground outside his father’s house….
    Zimmerman and Martin have revealed that the circumstantial crime of driving/walking/breathing while black is still prevalent in some minds in our nation. Some folks have personal or anecdotal reason to be nervous around another race/culture, but some of our neighbors’ paradigms have deep roots in a soil rich with bigotry and prejudice.
    Women with children in the grocery stores get glares because of their burkahs, and mennonites/amish in their bonnets and ‘sensible’ shoes receive patronizing grins or snarky fashion advice. Brown, white, black, and asian people with heavy accents often hear an American say something like…
    “Learn english you jerk!” And even if they don’t speak the language, they understand the tone.
    Mr. Zimmerman should have listened to the 911 operator’s advice to not follow his target. He DEFINITELY should have stayed in his car until police arrived.
    He is DEFINITELY not guilty of murder by verdict of a jury of his peers. If you don’t like that decision, wait for the civil case. But if you deny Mr. Zimmerman his day in court, you give others the right to deny you your own rights.
    Mr. Zimmerman will be looking over his shoulder for the rest of his life no matter what happens. But if we, the people of these United States, begin a civil and respectful conversation on these topics, we may open some hearts and minds. Sometimes it starts with just saying hello to someone in line with you.

  6. furnituremaker

    furnituremaker said, 9 months ago

    F. Lee Bailey, in “THe Defense Never Rests” said “it doesn’t
    matter if you are innocent or guilty. what matters is how much
    you can pay a lawyer”…GO JUSTICE!!!!!!

  7. Christopher Shea

    Christopher Shea said, 9 months ago

  8. vwdualnomand

    vwdualnomand said, 9 months ago

    florida, failing since ponce de leon went to search for the fountain of youth. current governor likes budget cuts, but hurricane season is approaching, and national guard has been hit with budget cuts, complains in a letter to the president about budget cuts.

  9. Kevin Robinson

    Kevin Robinson said, 9 months ago

    @Respectful Troll

    The facts obliviously said they did not have enough to convict means nothing to a TROLL. I also noticed that in your summation that you choose to leave facts out just like the media when they started to tailor their campaign against Zimmerman.

  10. me9970

    me9970 said, 9 months ago

    The media did just what they wanted to. They told enough half truths to sensationalize the story and make ratings, no matter what the civil discourse might be. I think in the 80’s there was another movie called “Malice” about over zealous news reporters.

  11. Crazy Gator

    Crazy Gator GoComics PRO Member said, 9 months ago

    As Homer Simpson said, “Florida is America’s wang”.

  12. Crazy Gator

    Crazy Gator GoComics PRO Member said, 9 months ago

    @Kevin Robinson

    The didn’t have enough evidence to get past the parameters of Stand Your Ground. They had plenty of evidence that George was the aggressor in the situation. Without Stand your ground, he gets manslaughter. In fact, he pleads guilty, because he has no shot at acquittal. The law needs to be eliminated.

  13. me9970

    me9970 said, 9 months ago

    @Christopher Shea

    If they would have done that for the 2004 election we wouldn’t had the second term of Bush. Or obama now!

  14. Harleyquinn

    Harleyquinn GoComics PRO Member said, 9 months ago

    @Respectful Troll but that at least Zimmerman was arrested and went to trial, an option they had feared they’d have to endure. "

    And that is where the FAIL comes into play. “they feared” what? That they could not cash in? Google who trademarked his name and get back to me.
    The bottom line and why this case was so divided, the prosecutor had nothing because the State had nothing. The cops did their job the 1st time and that came out on the stand. The cops did the job and had no probable cause and that is why they did not arrest him. One cop got fired for doing his job and not bending to the media mob mentality. And you want me to think Trayvon’s parents “feared” Maybe if they made sure their boy was not a thief and a pot head and a thug, Trayvon would not be going to the store to get his ingredients for “lean” Trayvon would not be coming down from a pot high paranoid that some “crazy ass cracker” is following him. maybe if his Parents taught him to call 911 instead of doubling back to confront the “crazy ass cracker”

  15. Brutatowski

    Brutatowski said, 9 months ago

    Actually the american people fail whenever they choose to listen to the likes of al sharpton instead of looking at all the facts themselves. Listen to the entire unedited 911 call. It made me realize how misleading a lot of the information on the case was.

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