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  • #2
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    I nailed this one awhile back. He's got this compulsive desire to be the hero, to "fight the good fight" and protect society from what he sees as the evils no one else can do anything about.

    Mentally ill (and dangerous); he should be committed before anything else happens.
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    In the US we prefer to let most of our mentally ill wander the streets instead of providing the care they need, why should Zimmerman be any different.
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    @HoraceGreely
    I think @twinertia is referring to him having an overactive Messiah complex, not schizophrenia or anything like that. While they're not the same, they can be equally dangerous in the right circumstances.
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    I'm sick of hearing about Zimmerman. He's had his 15 minutes of fame. He managed to evade justice due to the prosecution's bringing the wrong charge in the Martin case. Apparently he thinks he is a police department of one. Sooner or later he will be before the court again.
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    How did he "evade justice". Either you didn't look at the facts from the shooting or you have been brain-washed by the PC police.
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    "Avoid Justice" lol that is a good one. The correct judgement was given in this case, if you disagree, you are an idiot who buys into all the race baiting bullshit the media was throwing out there.
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    @ljhopeless - Please do count me among your so-called "idiots." I'm in very good company. That whole trial was a racially-based travesty of justice.
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    @Denizen_Kate don't put idiots in quotes, I was not incorrect in the use of the word. Please read up on stand your ground laws and tell me how zimmerman was guilty.
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    @ljhopeless - Please read up on stand your ground laws and tell me how Martin was not justified in confronting Zimmerman that night.
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    DeLand police Deputy Chief Randel Henderson sent out a statement Tuesday afternoon saying, “Every indication illustrates that Mr. Zimmerman was at the store with the knowledge of the owner.”
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    @IveBeenRued .....if he was guarding the political signs from being stolen from the front of the building, why was he sitting in his car in the back of the building where he couldn't see if anyone was in the front. Zimmerman is a liar and his so called friend is covering for him.
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    doglady, you are right. Seems the store owner gave zimmerman a free gun to replace the one the cops took as evidence. The police chief says Zimmerman definitely had the permission of the store owner to be there. Johnson, the store owner is running for mayor, and his campaign manager said that Zimmerman was a plant, part of a dirty campaign trick by the current mayor and Johnson's campaign opponent. That seems unlikely, he's trying to deflect what he thinks is bad publicity. Apparently his candidate thinks it's good publicity, or he never would have given Zimmerman a new gun and maintained a relationship. The candidate and his campaign manager need to get on the same page.
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    I personally don't think he is a time-bomb. It appears that he is still trying to get his life back together.
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    @IveBeenRued - I agree....he has been through hell for protecting himself....even the bummer got on TV and said Trayvon could have been his son, yeah - I can imagine that he COULD have been!!!!
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    @IveBeenRued

    Trying to get his life back together after what? Assaulting a woman when he was an unlicensed security guard? Assaulting a cop? Assaulting a girl friend? Threatening his ex wife and her father?

    His ex wife called him a ticking time bomb.
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    @laverne_boyd

    Zimmerman protected himself against a situation he created, and the cops said it was manslaughter.

    The trial was a farce.
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    No, only if they can show it obstructed the investigation into a crime. Lying to the feds is however a crime. Best thing to do is say I want a lawyer I donot want to talk. Even if you never committed a crime and know nothing or want to help, never talk to cops. Anyone remember Jewell? That is what happens if one co-operates.
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    Thanks for clearing that up, guess they are lying when they tell you that (which I know is one of their favorite "legal" tactics) and yes, never talk to the police or agree to be searched, body, car or whatever...always remember to be polite though when refusing a search request or in letting them know you do not answer questions.
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    @hankf68 They do lie, but keep in mind I spoke a bit causually. That is the law where I live, the law difffers in very jurisdiction.
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    He's tainted goods and he'll never be able to work in America, he's to much of a liability.No business can be insured with him on their payroll. Sometimes not going to prison is justice.
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    To quote myself from way back when he was first aquitted: Zimmerman is a menace to society. If for no other reason, than that he still thinks he's god's gift to the police forces of America.
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    @HoraceGreely--- And the same goes with you. How many times does he have to get in trouble or how many people does he have to kill, before he gets put away for awhile. Although he supposedly didn't get in trouble this time, but in the future he will again.
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    @PoliticalSpice So because Mr. Zimmerman is over 18 does that give someone that is 17 the right to assault and try to kill Mr. Zimmerman ? Just wondering?
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    @twodogscat56 Trayvon did NOT try to kill him. Zimmerman was stalking the kid and things got out of hand and Zimmerman killed the kid in cold blood.. To bad the judge and jury can't see it that way.
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    @twodogscat56 You are the one that brought age into the discussion, I simply stated that I hope zimmerman gets exactly what he gave trayvon...
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    Poor, poor George.....the epitome of a self-deluded, self-appointed "hero". George is just the poster boy/girl for those among us that walk around carrying hoping they will "luck" into something they can flex that 9mm's muscle against and "do something about."
    Maybe someone can fashion a handmade tin star out of a soda can for George, give him a secret decoder ring, pooper-scooper and a dustpan, and then "elect" him to "police" the monkey enclosure at the local zoo.
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    How is he a self-appointed "hero"?

    The store manager first stated that Zimmerman was not associated with the store. This statement was found to be untrue by the police after contacting the store owner. According to the DeLand police Deputy Chief Randel Henderson: Every indication illustrates that Mr. Zimmerman was at the store with the knowledge of the owner. Johnson (the store owner) had requested he leave his dog inside the business, and Zimmerman offered to wait in the parking lot with his dog.
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    Killing a kid, threatening his wife and her father with a gun, threatening his next girlfriend with a shotgun, and now sitting around in parking lots trying to play vigilante....how the hell is this guy not in prison yet?
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    He was rightfully acquitted. His wife recanted, her father never mentioned a gun to the police, the girlfriend also recanted, and the store owner was aware that Zimmerman was there because he asked to borrow his dog. You have to get your facts straight before trying to condemn a guy to prison.
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    @IveBeenRued - I don't believe they recanted. They simply declined to testify. And why would Zimmerman ask to borrow a dog? But he's a right-wing hero. Killed a 'thug' according to the whackos. I guess he's like the ex-cop who 'stood his ground' in the theater, and killed the guy for throwing popcorn at him.

    Quite frankly, Florida was probably safer during the drug epidemic years, than it is now with all of the 'righteous stand your ground' citizens.
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    @eyesonu Zimmerman's wife recants story. http://www.dailynews.com/general-news/2013091...

    Zimmerman's girlfriend recants story. http://www.nbcnews.com/news/other/george-zimm...

    Johnson(the store owner) had requested he leave his dog inside the business, and Zimmerman offered to wait in the parking lot with his dog. Zimmerman also “went on to speak with us about the relationship with Mr. Johnson and the dog,” officers wrote in their reports.( http://www.news-journalonline.com/article/201... )
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    @eyesonu "Quite frankly, Florida was probably safer during the drug epidemic years, than it is now with all of the 'righteous stand your ground' citizens. " This statement is blatantly false. In Florida, stand your ground laws were implemented in 2005. Since then the violent crime rate has dropped 32%. As for being safer during the drug epidemic years, this statement is also false. Since the epidemic violent crime has dropped approximately 61%. These statistics can be found in the FBI Uniform Crime Report.
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    @IveBeenRued - Guess I should have said I wasn't being all too serious with that claim. But violent crime hasn't dropped because of 'stand your ground laws'. It dropped because of a massive law enforcement crackdown.

    Stand your ground is a bad law, and sooner or later, the elected politicians will be forced by their electorates to modify, or get rid of it.

    And the only thing George Zimmerman doesn't have to 'pretend to be' is an ass**le.
  • #34
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    This lunatic needs to be taken off the streets somehow, and if he keeps this up, he will be, one way or another.
  • #16
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    Sounds like the gun store is looking for plausible deniability because of Zimmerman's notoriety, there's more to this story.
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    I have a Downs son, so I say this with resepect.
    I defended Zimmermans right to stand his ground in the Treyvon case.
    With that said this guy has got to be a giant retard.
    He was not employed by the resort, he just played security guard for no reason.
    At least thats what I was told by one of the staff yesterday.
  • #6
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    Georgie is back. This idiot would be best off keeping the lowest possible profile he can. He will always be in the news over something stupid and they will always paint him as a tool. Screw him though, I'm over it.
  • #110
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    @Pr0-Lif3 Exactly. Two "innocent" men that will continue to bury themselves through stupidity. They both should have lived very quiet lives, but neither are capable of that.
  • #136
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    What is it with this guy?

    Hey, all of you right wingers here who were so adamant about Zimmerman being a hero and all, what say you now?

    Also, did anyone else notice this? "... parked behind a motorcycle and gun store ..." There's a store that sells motorcycles and guns? Seriously? There are some weird demographics in that neighborhood.
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    @Curmudgeon - Does it matter? Zimmerman continues to exhibit a very bizarre pattern of behavior. How many weird incidents until his many admirers here start to say "Hmm ... "

    How much smoke before you believe there's a fire?
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  • #85
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    I hope that by now even the most stubborn are beginning to realize that Zimmerman is not an appropriate poster boy for the free exercise of gun rights, and that his shooting of Martin wasn't about virtue vs iniquity, but the result of an emotionally stunted individual having a gun.
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