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    Zimmerman - the aftermath

    Now the Feds are looking into possible civil rights violations.

    The Black Panthers are looking for blood.

    Celebrities and NFL players are bashing Zimmerman in 'Tweets.'

    And Obama, MSNBC and the lame-stream media are playing up Trayvon as the ultimate victim, instead of the juvenile delinquent he was. They're trying to make a martyr out of him.

    Imbeciles.
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    ER, White Supremacism has triumphed! Why are you not glorying in that?
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    As time goes by it turns out that there is something completely wrong with Zimmerman. He is getting in trouble after trouble.

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    To defend himself in a court of law George Zimmerman went into debt by two and one half million dollars. It is unlikely he will ever be able to get out of debt.

    One cannot help but wonder about those who cannot go into such degrees of debt in order to defend themselves in a court of law. If there is such an inability then is their conviction a result of justice or rather steamrolling?
    If one cannot have an argument without resorting to hyperbole, name calling and emotional rhetoric, then they have lost the argument from their first post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xenamnes View Post
    To defend himself in a court of law George Zimmerman went into debt by two and one half million dollars. It is unlikely he will ever be able to get out of debt.

    One cannot help but wonder about those who cannot go into such degrees of debt in order to defend themselves in a court of law. If there is such an inability then is their conviction a result of justice or rather steamrolling?
    If he'd just stop doing things to end up back in court he could save some money. But if he keeps doing things that he has to continue to go back to court for then it's his own fault if he doesn't get out of debt.
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