god damn dude. why do you want to murder millions of ipqd users!? [nt].....
Robert_Wyatt (Gamers; 7620)
Posted on: 04-01-2012 02:59.
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IMHO, there's practically no way he's going to get off. The evidence is stacked against him. Even with my most objective glasses on I see a few major flaws in his case that'll preclude any successful defense of this. Truly, Zimmerman's only hope was to avoid being prosecuted altogether. Again, my opinion. Following onto that, if the prosecution does indeed fail, it won't be for a lack of guilt on his part or a lack of evidence, etc. it'll be a political decision intended to protect a criminal.
I won't advocate it, but there's a big divide between vigilante justice against a murderer who gets off because of his daddy's position or his conviction's possible effect on the laws of varying states and vigilante *in*justice where a law abiding citizen is murdered for, at worst, mouthing off and trying to defend himself against an armed cantbeacop on a power trip.
Edited by Robert_Wyatt at 4/1/2012 3:00:25 AM
"I should’ve died in my 20s. I became successful in my 40s. I became a dad in my 50s. I feel like I’ve stolen a car — a really nice car — and I keep looking in the rearview mirror for flashing lights."
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