Saturday, July 13, 2013


Black on Black crime happens on a daily but the circus media has to show a white male that shot a black male in self defense and make a circus out of it.Black or white I'd side with the side that was morally & legally right

A six-person jury consisting of women has found George Zimmerman not guilty of murdering Trayvon Martin after deliberating for more than 16 hours. The jurors reached the verdict despite an eleventh-hour effort by life-long Democrat Judge Debra Nelson on Thursday to expand the possible outcome to include a second-degree murder and manslaughter.

The jury decided Zimmerman didn't "intentionally commit an act or acts that caused death" or demonstrate a "depraved mind without regard for human life," definitions for manslaughter and second degree murder in Florida.

The verdict is a victory for the concept of self-defense and specifically Florida's "stand your ground" law.

Alex Jones reports on the verdict late Saturday evening:

Riots Widely Anticipated

Supporters of Trayvon Martin have threatened to riot in Florida and around the country if Zimmerman was found not guilty.

"Supporters of Trayvon Martin are threatening to stage riots and looting if George Zimmerman escapes a conviction, with scores of Twitter users taking to the social network to promise chaos and violence in major cities across the United States," we reported on July 2.

On June 28, a story posted on the prospect of violent riots went viral on the internet.

"I fully expect organized race rioting to begin in every major city to dwarf the Rodney King and the Martin Luther King riots of past decades." warned licensed private detective and former Chicago police officer Paul Huebl, advising people to "be prepared to evacuate or put up a fight to win. You will need firearms, fire suppression equipment along with lots of food and water."

Columnist and former senior presidential advisor Pat Buchanan cautioned last month that, "The public mind has been so poisoned that an acquittal of George Zimmerman could ignite a reaction similar to that, 20 years ago, when the Simi Valley jury acquitted the LAPD cops in the Rodney King beating case." "george zimmerman" guilty "not guilty" justice court "supreme court" corporate corporation positive stupid witness "trayvon martin" "young people" mistake society media violence "drudge report" "social media" twitter riot rioting teens xbox "xbox live" trends trending judgement future u.s. "united states" america american 2013 reality men man prison legal "legal system" system constitution society threat mass trouble news "breaking news" "end of the world" unseen forces  alex jones infowars gerald celente david icke lindsey williams police state control new world order illuminati peace bill of rights humanity freedom liberty gangs race racism

Political Strategist Charles D. Ellison also warned that, "There is the risk of a flashpoint as intense as the aftermath of that fateful Los Angeles police brutality verdict in 1992," if Zimmerman escapes a conviction.

As recently as Friday, a fresh wave of ugly tweets promised violence if Zimmerman was found innocent.

Should we take the thousands of people that are threatening to riot if George Zimmerman is found not guilty seriously? After all, people make idle threats online all the time. Sometimes people say things on Twitter or on Facebook that they don't actually mean and would never actually do in real life. And of course not everyone that is threatening to commit violence if George Zimmerman gets off will actually go out into the streets and start smashing things. But without a doubt, it is quite alarming to have thousands upon thousands of supporters of Trayvon Martin publicly declaring that they are going to violently lash out if the verdict does not go their way. In fact, things are so tense that police in Sanford, Florida are actually going door-to-door right now in an attempt to cool things down. They remember what happened more than 20 years ago when a jury acquitted LAPD cops in the Rodney King case. Nobody should want to ever see a repeat of that.

But our justice system has got to be able to function without having to be concerned about threats of violence if the "wrong result" is reached. George Zimmerman deserves a fair trial just like everyone else does. If he is actually guilty of a crime, then let him be found guilty. If he is not guilty of a crime, then let him be found not guilty.