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Rock'n chair Rambler  
Over Taxed, TX  
April 3, 2012 1:39pm
 
"Just imagine for a second that the kid who was killed was a little white boy. "

Apparently, some folks choose which facts to believe and which to ignore. Trayvon was not a little boy. He was not a child. He was 17 years old and over 6 ft tall and in football player condition. Zimmerman was shorter and not in good shape.

Imagine if Trayvon had finished the "ass whoopin" he was delivering to Zimmerman and had actually killed him, as Zimmerman believed he was trying to do, as evidenced by the injuries to back of Zimmerman's head and his broken nose?

It would not have even been a news story at all. Think about that hypocrisy.

""stand your ground" legislation does not apply when you're the aggressor."

Again, selective ignorance of the facts. There is absolutely no evidence, no witness statements, nothing on the 911 tapes, or the phone call to the girl friend, to indicate that Zimmerman did anything other than keep Trayvon under observation from a distance while waiting for the cops to arrive.

There is plenty of evidence that Trayvon was the aggressor, not Zimmerman.

Nobody with half a brain believes that a neighborhood watch person "watching" a suspicious person is stalking.
Stalking is a loaded term, implying hunting with the intent to do harm. Watching and even following is not illegal, and it certainly is not stalking.

Would you call bird watchers stalkers of birds?

"No matter the truth (which we will never know) ..."

The truth is being exposed with each new revelation, but some folks choose to ignore the truth in favor of the knee-jerk race baiting storyline that is fueling the rush to judgment media-gasm and black activist rent-a-mob.
     
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