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They’re still messing with George Zimmerman. Prosecutors finally let his defense attorney see Trayvon Martin’s cellphone info but GPS tracking mysteriously stops on February 26, 2012, the day of the shooting. And a 26-minute ABC recording of Trayvon’s girlfriend was only 14 minutes long by the time the defense attorney got it, with “at least seven starts, stops and edits.”

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deepthinker
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deepthinker

When you are playing with evidence in a case and you are the prosecution. This is not good. Does she really thing that the defense attorneys are not 1 going to notice this and 2 have a field day with those who have been playing around with it.

Face it, as wingater stated, this thing is not going to trail. It is nothing but a show for the black community.

wingater
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wingater

There’s never going to be a trial. This is all about billable hours.

Progressive Hemrrhoid
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Progressive Hemrrhoid

Why does the song “I’ve Been Working on The Railroad” keep coming to mind?

sa_rose
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sa_rose

Because it is the Univ of Texas at Austin themesong and they are the most left wing people in the state? Maybe in the country?

CO2Insanity
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The prosecutors should be prosecuted in this case, not Zimmerman.

Big Al
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Big Al

Did you ever hear of “lean”? Why won’t they release a toxicology report from the autopsy? I have educated a few people in this.
http://theconservativetreehouse.com/2012/05/24/update-26-part-2-trayvon-martin-shooting-a-year-of-drug-use-culminates-in-predictable-violence/

JPTravis
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Yeah, I’ve read your site. There’s no doubt in my mind that Zimmerman is being railroaded to satisfy a political agenda. Once Obama opened his big ignorant mouth on the side of Trayvon, it was all over for Zimmerman.

Plainsman
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Plainsman

This culture you have exposed here is pure depravity, and the fact that it is so prevalent in the Trayvon demographic is a sad, sad, commentary. These kids are hopelessly ignorant of anything in life that might have a modicum virtue or any redeeming value.

matthew s harrison
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matthew s harrison

Tampering with evidence is a felony offense-and prosecutorial misconduct in a capital case is too. these folks are real morons. I hope the entirety of the prosecution goes down-I hope they all rot in hell.

Elrond Hubbard
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Elrond Hubbard

“if I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon…” [Barack Obama]

Zimmerman, the “white Hispanic” is probably toast. I think the powers that be have decided to sacrifice him in the name of racial peace. Don’t want no Rodney King repeat.

Fenster314
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Fenster314

Jailing a guy who wasn’t guilty to prevent widespread violence is an old tactic from before the civil rights period – then the violence and rioting came from the KKK and their sympathizers. Now the faces have changed, but the song is the same.

This is not the “Progress” we’re looking for.

poppajoe49
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poppajoe49

An attempt at a Rodney King repeat in Florida will most likely result in the deaths of many of the rioters.
The Sheriffs down here don’t play, and the residents REALLY don’t play.
A couple of years ago, a guy shot a Sheriff’s Deputy and when they found him, they shot him like 61 times.