What does Justice For Trayvon Look Like?
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    What does Justice For Trayvon Look Like?

    A Call is going out For Justice For Trayvon.
    Based on all the evidence, What does Justice For Trayvon Martin Look Like?
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    No facts and/or evidence needed. What is important is that a light colored man shot and killed a dark colored man. There for the light colored man must be executed because 150 years ago the dark colored man was a slave to a light colored man. Justice served, case closed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kramer1113 View Post
    A Call is going out For Justice For Trayvon.
    Based on all the evidence, What does Justice For Trayvon Martin Look Like?
    Since justice is based on an impartial consideration of the evidence, he received all the justice from human courts he is going to receive. What the DOJ is considering can hardly be considered justice; it is base appeasement, nothing more.

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    Justice was already served.

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    As I had stated when The trial began, George Zimmerman's walk through with the Police (Available in 2 parts on YouTube) and the 911 transcript tell the tail of what happened that night.
    It was clear that Mr. Zimmerman was not telling the story to "Get Away" with anything, he was recalling the details as he remembered so that the police had a clear picture of the assault he had survived.
    Mr. Zimmerman's calm in the courtroom was not drug induced, but rather confidence induced. Confidence in the system, confidence in his decision to shoot his attacker, and confidence that the Lord was with him no matter the outcome of the trial.
    Justice at this point for Trayvon B. Martin is in the hands of the Lord. So long as Trayvon had Jesus in his heart as his Savior, then Trayvon's justice is not only settled, but long out of our hands.

    In the future perhaps someone will be able to look back and step by step find the failings of the system, the parents and the friends that allowed a 17 year old to believe he could beat a strangers head on a sidewalk and there would be no retribution or justice.
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    the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.

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    What does Justice For Trayvon Look Like?

    In our system, we tried the accused not the victim. The justice is for the accused not the victim.

  8. What Does Justice for Trayvon Martin Look Like?

    The ignorant masses (shown in the streets rioting, or demanding justice) want a twisted version of reparation; George Zimmerman sentenced for murder, because Trayvon's skin is black. This includes the criminally culpable Obama, his administration, lackeys, insubordinate supporters, race baiters and agitators.

    Trayvon Martin's justice looks like the worst recent injustice this country has ever seen; George Zimmerman's head on a platter for defending and saving his own life.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ebu6Yvzs4Ls

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    Quote Originally Posted by r1derbike View Post
    The ignorant masses (shown in the streets rioting, or demanding justice) want a twisted version of reparation; George Zimmerman sentenced for murder, because Trayvon's skin is black. This includes the criminally culpable Obama, his administration, lackeys, insubordinate supporters, race baiters and agitators.

    Trayvon Martin's justice looks like the worst recent injustice this country has ever seen; George Zimmerman's head on a platter for defending and saving his own life.

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    Rider, I know you live in AR as I do. The blacks that I know around where I live have not been marching or rioting or protesting about GZ's verdict. I was thinking it's just small town morals or just plain old got better things to worry about.
    How goes it in your part of AR?
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    Rider, I know you live in AR as I do. The blacks that I know around where I live have not been marching or rioting or protesting about GZ's verdict. I was thinking it's just small town morals or just plain old got better things to worry about.
    How goes it in your part of AR?
    ge, as you know I live in northwest Arkansas. All races here (this is a racially and culturally diverse area of Arkansas) get along fine, except for some (few) skirmishes with the criminal gang element making its way into our area, and disrupting what they may.

    I have seen no protests here because of the verdict. I'm glad of that, because it shows me I made the right choice in an area to retire. It also shows the collective intellect of the citizens of the area. We don't suffer metropolitan atrocities as much as big cities do. I know some of it goes on, but it is very isolated. The tri-cities do harbor an exploding population growth, and sometimes traffic is a nightmare, but nothing like any metro areas I have lived.

    You've said you want to retire to Eureka Springs. That was part of my motorcycle run, when I could still ride, for years. My wife and I shopped downtown for many years, but we haven't done so recently. Please PM me for information about Eureka, if you like. Here is a shameful plug, and how I got my username. It is the last bike I owned, the Yamaha R1, before medical issues set-in, and I had to give it up. I was 56 in that mug shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bozz View Post
    Justice was already served.
    Exactly right on...
    Treyvon was a young troublemaker who ended up making trouble with the wrong person at the wrong time imho.
    It's a shame that he ended up dead at 17, but the fact of the matter is if you play enough stupid games, you will eventually end up winning stupid prizes.
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