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    Quote Originally Posted by r1derbike View Post
    Sorry, go suck someone else into your web of denial. I don't play that game.
    No games here. Show me something that shows he was under the influence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tattedupboy View Post
    No games here. Show me something that shows he was under the influence.

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    Immaterial. The point here is that your buddies in the lamestream media have labeled the pictures of Martin when he was 13 with laments about how he was only "armed" with skittles, ice tea, and a cell phone, in any straw-grasping effort possible to paint him as a defenseless child. Showing the ice tea and skittles for what, in this case they were, drug ingredients further illustrates their - and your - ridiculous attempts at duplicity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by K7lvo View Post
    Immaterial. The point here is that your buddies in the lamestream media have labeled the pictures of Martin when he was 13 with laments about how he was only "armed" with skittles, ice tea, and a cell phone, in any straw-grasping effort possible to paint him as a defenseless child. Showing the ice tea and skittles for what, in this case they were, drug ingredients further illustrates their - and your - ridiculous attempts at duplicity.
    Duplicity? Where did I deny that his candy and drink may have been ingredients for lean? And again, unless he was under the influence at the time, I still have yet to see what bringing this up accomplishes. Was he a troubled child? Yes. Was he a drug abuser? The evidence certainly seems to indicate that. And were the beverage and candy he purchased that night ingredients for lean he planned to drink later? Also, quite likely. What any of this has to do with what happened between TM and GZ? Still trying to find it.

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    Something I've observed about GZ supporters and TM supporters. TM's supporters want to dig up everything that has the potential to be incriminating about GZ's past prior to the incident, while overlooking or ignoring TM's misdeeds. Same for GZ supporters; they want to dig up everything about TM's past that has the potential to be incriminating while overlooking or explaining away Zimmerman's misdeeds. My point? Both sides are biased. All that should matter is what happened right then right there; TM's past drug use, GZ's criminal justice course, and anything else that didn't directly play a role in how that incident played out is meaningless.

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  6. Quote Originally Posted by r1derbike View Post
    Then you just don't see, or choose not to. You asked for a source about the drug cocktail, I sourced it.

    It doesn't matter if he was under the influence of "lean" or not. He attempted to murder George Zimmerman. And paid a terrible price.
    On drugs or not the entire incident would never have happened if G. Zimmerman had stayed in his car as instructed by the police dispatcher that night. Then Trayvon would not have tried to beat Zimmerman up and Trayvon would not be dead. I am not blind, Trayvon was a troubled kid and may have ended up in worse trouble later in life. He still did not deserve to die that night. Had Zimmerman stayed in his car he would not be going through this mess either, two lives destroyed over a bad decision.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by K7lvo View Post
    Immaterial. The point here is that your buddies in the lamestream media have labeled the pictures of Martin when he was 13 with laments about how he was only "armed" with skittles, ice tea, and a cell phone, in any straw-grasping effort possible to paint him as a defenseless child. Showing the ice tea and skittles for what, in this case they were, drug ingredients further illustrates their - and your - ridiculous attempts at duplicity.
    I have not seen anyone on this forum describe Trayvon as an innocent boy. Further we all as law abiding gun owners and we choose to carry our weapons concealed or open have a responsibility to use them only when necessary for the protection of our life. When Zimmerman observed Trayvon that night his life was not in danger. After initiating contact both parties lost control of the situation leading to the death of a boy and the political destruction of G. Zimmerman's life as he knows it. The whole thing is a tragedy. I'm not saying either one was right, both were wrong in the situation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tattedupboy View Post
    Something I've observed about GZ supporters and TM supporters. TM's supporters want to dig up everything that has the potential to be incriminating about GZ's past prior to the incident, while overlooking or ignoring TM's misdeeds. Same for GZ supporters; they want to dig up everything about TM's past that has the potential to be incriminating while overlooking or explaining away Zimmerman's misdeeds. My point? Both sides are biased. All that should matter is what happened right then right there; TM's past drug use, GZ's criminal justice course, and anything else that didn't directly play a role in how that incident played out is meaningless.

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    It almost hurts to agree with you, tatteduboy, but bias exists in both camps. The only folks who were presented with both the good and bad regarding GZ and TM were the 6 jurors and the alternates.

    Everything else is just our spin on second hand information, including the drug link in the OP.
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  9. Quote Originally Posted by jasonb92 View Post
    On drugs or not the entire incident would never have happened if G. Zimmerman had stayed in his car as instructed by the police dispatcher that night. Then Trayvon would not have tried to beat Zimmerman up and Trayvon would not be dead. I am not blind, Trayvon was a troubled kid and may have ended up in worse trouble later in life. He still did not deserve to die that night. Had Zimmerman stayed in his car he would not be going through this mess either, two lives destroyed over a bad decision.
    Of course Trayvon did not have to die that night. But his attempt to murder George Zimmerman, unfortunately sealed his fate. As much as if Zim had stayed in his car, Trayvon as much wouldn't be dead had he not tried to kill George Zimmerman. I think everybody's mind is made up. This was a tragedy that didn't have to happen.

    Trayvon's attack goes much further than merely beating up Zim. Did you miss that part where he was getting his head repeatedly smashed into the concrete, and Trayvon told him somebody is going to die tonight?

    Drugs, no drugs, troubled teen, no troubled teen, it all doesn't matter. Zim was justified in using lethal force to save his own life. Simply the crux of the biscuit, and agreed by a court of law.

    It was a bad decision Zim got out of his car. It was a deadly decision that Trayvon tried to murder Zim. Which decision was most egregious?

    A tragedy. Two lives destroyed over two decisions; one bad, the other deadly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tattedupboy View Post
    Duplicity? Where did I deny that his candy and drink may have been ingredients for lean? And again, unless he was under the influence at the time, I still have yet to see what bringing this up accomplishes. Was he a troubled child? Yes. Was he a drug abuser? The evidence certainly seems to indicate that. And were the beverage and candy he purchased that night ingredients for lean he planned to drink later? Also, quite likely. What any of this has to do with what happened between TM and GZ? Still trying to find it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tattedupboy View Post
    Something I've observed about GZ supporters and TM supporters. TM's supporters want to dig up everything that has the potential to be incriminating about GZ's past prior to the incident, while overlooking or ignoring TM's misdeeds. Same for GZ supporters; they want to dig up everything about TM's past that has the potential to be incriminating while overlooking or explaining away Zimmerman's misdeeds. My point? Both sides are biased. All that should matter is what happened right then right there; TM's past drug use, GZ's criminal justice course, and anything else that didn't directly play a role in how that incident played out is meaningless.

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    The TM supporters love this idea because there's yearly little but crap in Martin's background and not even the FBI could find enough dirt on Zimmerman to go anywhere.
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