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Old 07-01-2013, 08:50 PM   #76
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The funniest thing is listening to people who think Zimmerman's guilty. Nancy Grace is a riot arguing that the sky is blue. She's cutting her guests' mics and is incredibly rude if they say something that favors Zimmerman.

This is hilarious.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FfrFz-Ogypw
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The funniest thing is listening to people who think Zimmerman's guilty. Nancy Grace is a riot arguing that the sky is blue. She's cutting her guests' mics and is incredibly rude if they say something that favors Zimmerman.

This is hilarious.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FfrFz-Ogypw
I've seen Nancy Grace get very fussy with Frank Taffee (Zimmerman's best friend.) It appears that she is cutting off his mike quite a bit. Anything Frank says that favors Zimmerman......Nancy gets angry!
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Old 07-02-2013, 12:00 AM   #78
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The funniest thing is listening to people who think Zimmerman's guilty. Nancy Grace is a riot arguing that the sky is blue. She's cutting her guests' mics and is incredibly rude if they say something that favors Zimmerman.

Nancy Grace? You mean Nancy Disgrace!

She really gives a bad name to all good prosecutors and former prosecutors
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Old 07-02-2013, 12:08 AM   #79
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Maybe a murder wasn't committed that night. They can't prove something that doesn't exist.

Just like you, I am in the official position of taking no sides at
all and letting the jury decide what happened that night
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Nice to avoid the commercials. ABC streaming online.

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I'm still not hearing evidence of murder. The prosecution sucks. The defense attorneys (Mark O'Mara and Don West) seem to be doing a masterful job at proving his client's innocence.
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I have to agree Steffy, even though they may not have a lot of evidence to work with, the prosecution I think is not really trying to win this case. I don't know how Florida picks their prosecutors either being appointed or elected. If Zimmerman wins and there is a big outrage about it. The prosecutor may not have a job for long.
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The prosecution might be turning things around. Before now, I guessed George Zimmerman would be acquitted. I thought the prosecution was doing a really lousy job, but things might be looking up for them. It appears that the prosecution played an interview that George Zimmerman gave to Sean Hannity. In the interview, Zimmerman claims to never have heard of the "stand your ground" law. But in court today, a witness revealed that Zimmerman was a very good student in criminal justice and that "stand your ground" was something that Zimmerman learned of extensively. Zimmerman absolutely lied. Makes me rethink the whole thing. This is a huge lie. If Zimmerman would lie about this, what else is he lying about?
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The prosecution might be turning things around. Before now, I guessed George Zimmerman would be acquitted. I thought the prosecution was doing a really lousy job, but things might be looking up for them. It appears that the prosecution played an interview that George Zimmerman gave to Sean Hannity. In the interview, Zimmerman claims to never have heard of the "stand your ground" law. But in court today, a witness revealed that Zimmerman was a very good student in criminal justice and that "stand your ground" was something that Zimmerman learned of extensively. Zimmerman absolutely lied. Makes me rethink the whole thing. This is a huge lie. If Zimmerman would lie about this, what else is he lying about?
If the judge rules the evidence admissible it might prove he has lied,as may have been the case about Martin jumping out of bushes,when a Google search could find no bushes at that particular spot. But is it enough to gainsay the impression of an earlier witness that Martin may have been the aggressor?
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If the judge rules the evidence admissible it might prove he has lied,as may have been the case about Martin jumping out of bushes,when a Google search could find no bushes at that particular spot. But is it enough to gainsay the impression of an earlier witness that Martin may have been the aggressor?
Also, Zimmerman was the one who took mixed martial arts classes.
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On Tuesday, a medical examiner called by prosecutors testified that Mr. Zimmerman's injuries not only were not life-threatening, but also were "very insignificant." Her assessment addresses a key aspect of the trial.
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The good quality photos show superficial scratches on Zimmermanís face and on the back of his head. The photos do not prove Zimmermanís claims that he was in a life and death struggle with the unarmed teenager when he shot and killed him.
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The person who testified on George Zimmerman's injuries only had pictures to go on. She never examined him in person. How having your head bashed into the ground isn't signifcant is beyond me. I don't she, or anyone else for that matter, would want that to happen to them.

He didn't have stiches or a concussion. A 17th year child is dead because he shot him. I wouldn't want that happen to me either, but I wouldn't be stupid enough to walk up to a person with out identifying myself and start the discussion. He should of stayed in the car and waited for the police to arrive.
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He didn't have stiches or a concussion. A 17th year child is dead because he shot him. I wouldn't want that happen to me either, but I wouldn't be stupid enough to walk up to a person with out identifying myself and start the discussion. He should of stayed in the car and waited for the police to arrive.
The whole tragedy could have been avoided if Zimmerman had just listened to the 911 dispatcher. He had no reason to get out of his car.

And Zimmerman says that he carries a gun when he walks his dog. He has a Rottweiler. He doesn't feel safe enough with a huge dog like that?
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The whole tragedy could have been avoided if Zimmerman had just listened to the 911 dispatcher. He had no reason to get out of his car.

And Zimmerman says that he carries a gun when he walks his dog. He has a Rottweiler. He doesn't feel safe enough with a huge dog like that?
I guess he didn't. The neighborhood had recent break-ins, burglaries, etc. And Zimmerman was under no obligation to listen to the 911 dispatcher, although he did. He says he was looking for the street number to give to the dispatcher, cops, not sure on that. He had every right to exit his car. He didn't know that Travon Martin was going to sucker punch him.
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