You know, with all of the negativity surrounding the justice system in this country, it's a goddamn relief that they finally got one right. Hell, without their triumph we might have planted the death of an innocent 17 year old African American on the mentally unstable guy that was carrying a gun and pretending to be neighborhood watch. I think it's pretty clear at this point that that would have been a huge crime against humanity.
I mean, come on, George Zimmerman killing Trayvon Martin wasn't predicated on race. How could it be, does this look like a racist to you...
What was that? Oh, the confederate flag painting and twitter picture? Nah, he's just proud of his southern culture. Calling the first black President a babboon? I'm sure that was just a freudian slip. He really meant buffoon.That's just called being a Republican. Bragging about how it ended the last time he got in a fight? Sure, a kid died because of it, but I doubt that George Zimmerman has all that many fights to hang his hat on. He's not racist. He just happens to hold a lot of negative beliefs about all black people. That's totalllllly different.
Hey, so if we are going to keep doing this 'jury of your peers' thing and hoping it works out then maybe we can institute a retroactive period for obvious retrial? Most people are pretty dumb, so if you randomly select 12 of them from society you got pretty good odds of picking enough of them that can't see that this guy is a prejudice piece of shit. Being ruled not guilty shouldn't give you the right to just go out in public and imply that you were guilty at literally every turn. Although it is kind of ironic watching George Zimmerman get irrationally mad about senseless killings that were based skin color. Would almost be funny to me if there weren't a teenager rotting in a box because of his actions.