Why don't you follow your own advice?
Where is your evidence, and persuasive argument, to support the contention that an unarmed teen, a middle class high school student, simply on his way home from a trip to the store, suddenly decided to attack a total stranger for no logical reason at all?
Where is your evidence, and persuasive argument, to explain why Zimmerman didn't just remain in his car, or continue his trip to Target, after calling the police, if he didn't have a personal need to play vigilante, or a desire to have a confrontation with his profiled "suspect"?
Americans are not required to stay in our cars after we call the police. We are allowed to leave our cars at will.
Then you are acknowledging that Zimmerman willfully went after Martin. He had no other reason to get out of his car.
Your name-calling really does nothing to compensate for your stupidity.
The prosecution has a lot to answer for in that it never really walked the standards of the case in front of the jury. It tried its case and the judge qnd the attornies argued the "manslaughter option" without the jury present. I blame the prosecution for NOT talking to the jury about the standards and bases of the law that dictate each possible verdict.
The DOJ suspects a poor prosecution also nd is looking into civil rights violations perped by Zimmerman on an innocent youth.
I think it is safe to assume that there was no evidence to support any manslaughter conviction.
Based on the hysterical replies I got both in this thread and in some of the other threads when I asked straightforward questions about the evidence, I think it is safe to assume that there was no evidence to support any manslaughter conviction.
I consider u to be a sadist;
i.e., a man who derives pleasure from the pain of others.
U wanted to see your fellow American lose the next 30 years of his life.
Dershowitz tells Newsmax he expects there will probably be a lawsuit filed against Zimmerman for civil damages. He said civil-damage cases require a lower standard of proof that a wrong has been committed, and Zimmerman would not be able to avoid testifying.
Famed defense lawyer and Harvard law professor Alan M. Dershowitz is calling for a federal investigation into civil rights violations stemming from the George Zimmerman case — but he says the probe should focus on prosecutorial misconduct rather than on allegations of racial profiling and bias.
Dershowitz is calling for a civil-rights probe as well. But he contends the person whose rights were violated was Zimmerman....
...“I think there were violations of civil rights and civil liberties — by the prosecutor,” said the criminal-law expert. “The prosecutor sent this case to a judge, and willfully, deliberately, and in my view criminally withheld exculpatory evidence.”...
...Dershowitz singled out special prosecutor Angela Corey for “disciplinary action.”
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