Update #13 – The Trayvon Martin Shooting – The Julison Communications Racist Agenda and Trail To Washington DC….

<— Continued from Update #12

The layers of deception and spin appear almost infinite at this point in our research and discovery. For the purpose of this update we dig in to the Julison Communications angle a little deeper and find ourselves on the road to the White House.

Again, a reminder and request for readers; The TreeHouse research team and numerous visitors, along with hundreds of tips from major sources and highly respected professionals, have been exhaustively searched, proofed, vetted and assembled.

This “Julison Discovery” information, and the substance of this update, is not easily digested, or understood, in a vacuum of this single update.

Indeed, the web of deception, and narrative manipulation, within the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman case is so necessarily complex it is almost impossible to share in a digestible format.

The topic sidebar on this webpage shows 90+ thread articles specific to the ongoing narrative/research/discovery. In addition, if you are new, or if you are coming to this update not having read the prior information and research we strongly suggest you pack a lunch, grab a cup of coffee and settle in to read at least the following first:

Update #9 - The entire substantive, and highly sourced/cited review of all events surrounding the initial shooting. (185+ sourced citations).

Update #10.1 - A Summary of #9 with a breakdown of agenda, action plan, and intent of Trayvon Family Attorney Benjamin Crump. The precursor to exposing the lies. (sourced and cited)

Update #10.2 - Understanding the motive and exposing the false narrative driven by Benjamin Crump et al. (sourced and cited)

Update #11 - Final fact based deconstruction of the lies created by Benjamin Crump and those of like-minded association. (sourced and cited)

Update #12 - Understanding the media strategy. Benjamin Crump formulated a Media Strategy, not a legal strategy. Introducing Ryan Julison and Julison Communications.

The search for truth brings us to where we are today. Again, it bears repeating Nothing substantial has changed regarding factual evidence against George Zimmerman since the investigative team delivered their findings on March 5th (outlined in prior updates 9 through 10.1)

The truths now discovered are outlining the manipulative narratives, and agenda driven interests, formulated by Team Skittles and spearheaded by Benjamin Crump Esq.

On Tuesday February 28th after meeting with lead detective Serino, Tracy Martin contacted Benjamin Crump, from the law firm Parks and Crump. In turn Crump hired Sanford attorney Natalie Jackson. Subsequently by Monday March 5th, two days after Trayvon was laid to rest, a specific and intentional strategy to manufacture “media evidence” was apparently created by Benjamin Crump and Natalie Jackson, presented and then sold by the newly hired Publicist Ryan Julison. They began a systematic campaign of optical control.

First, they created the outline of their victim “Trayvon Martin”. The goal in this phase was to portray a personality, and to construct a public image of Trayvon Martin to sell to the media. They needed to create the “hook” for interest. The construct need not be real, indeed the outcome was far from the truth, it just needed to be the most marketable for the purpose of “brand imagery”.

They even went so far as to Trademark the Brand they were creating.  Control was the key element, as they set about their sales pitches and storyline(s). Everything stemming after that March 5th date was an outcome of their intentional desire to control the narrative and formulate the construct of Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman.

Matt Lauer (left) Ryan Julison (right)

Who? Natalie Jackson and Benjamin Crump picked Ryan Julison , from Orlando based Julison Communications, to create the Trayvon “brand”, the Trayvon media ”image“, and plant the seeds for the upcoming storyline and media strategy. But why Julison, and perhaps more importantly, and what were the prior associations with Julison that led to their decision?

At this point I must break the narrative and introduce the direct contact this site has now had with Ryan Julison. Prior to the past weekend we had outlined his connection and participation, but the “why” remained a question unanswered.

Within the answer to that question we find the trail to Washington DC and Julison’s prior support, advancement and advocacy for the Black Farmers Pigford lawsuit settlement. Within the prior connections to this lawsuit, and within the media consulting/advocacy, is where the outline of the Congressional Black Caucus and substantive race-dependent civil rights leaders such as Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson,and the NAACP’s Ben Jealous are connected to Ryan Julison through Benjamin Crump and Natalie Jackson and the Pigford Lawyer Greg Francis.  More on that later.

In prior research we have shared the visible similarity between the Trayvon Martin narrative, the intended civil lawsuits stemming from the narrative, and the Pigford settlement.  In addition the Martin Lee Anderson case followed almost an identical path of narrative construction, public pressure and eventual lawsuit settlement.  Indeed many of the same names and faces are present, including Julison.

We posted a couple of articles describing the narrative Ryan Julison created. Including update #12, and also within a general discussion thread of Unintentional Optical Subliminal Messaging visible on the Julison Communications website. The primary purpose of the latter post was more of a curiosity about imaging, and specifically what case studies Julison was optically sharing on the site and unintentional visuals surrounding them.  Keeping in mind that “media optics” are the Julison professional forté.

We were surprised then, when Ryan Julison responded to the discussion. His comments were as follows:

This is Ryan Julison, the operator of the website whose photos are being analyzed here. Obviously, I never usually comment in situations like these, but felt compelled to respond to provide some background.

I want to compliment the writer of this blog for the passion on display here. While we may disagree, you are to be commended for utilizing your First Amendment rights to the fullest. It is obvious that you have spent an abundance of your time researching and preparing this information.

Without going into too much detail, I wanted to provide some background that may help clear up some misconceptions. I am not an activist. I’m not even political. I’m just a simple PR guy who helps people communicate with the media. i also happen to often volunteer my efforts to help give the ‘little guy’ a voice. I am not making a dime on the Trayvon story.

By way of background, the photos you have referenced here come from my Case Studies section. The reason some of the people don’t look happy is because most of them are going through a traumatic situation. The man in the upper left corner is James Jones. He was arrested for going on his disabled daughter’s school bus and confronting her bullies. I volunteered to help him communicate and it became a pretty big story too. The photo directly below James is of an autistic boy and his stepmom. He was bullied badly and it was put on Facebook. Did that for free as well.

I agreed to help Trayvon’s family because they were simply grieving parents who wanted to do what they could to get justice for their son. I don’t think anybody ever thought this would reach the levels that it did.

It saddens me that this story has been so politicized.

I just wanted to help give a family, one that is certainly not dissimilar from millions of others around the country, a fighting chance when battling government bureaucracy.

Thanks for your time.

Ryan Julison

My response to the dropped comment was embarrassingly a little snarky; I was angry at how dismissive Mr. Julison seemed at the consequences to his actions:

….I’m just a simple PR guy who helps people communicate with the media. i also happen to often volunteer my efforts to help give the ‘little guy’ a voice…..

Ryan, when you take a break from sewing sweaters for homeless kittens from the hairs on your hairbrush, you might want to update your website with this altruistic voluntary “simple PR guy” stuff. Because in your own words:

Even though we’re not in New York or LA, we know how to get your story in the hands of top-tier media, immediately. Over the past two decades, we have worked on countless national stories that have generated literally billions of global media impressions.

We have developed media relations strategies for a wide-range of complex issues involving including the very public default of a $675 million credit facility, the bankruptcy of two prominent luxury real estate communities, the unfortunate death of a high-profile celebrity’s child, multiple class-action lawsuits that affected thousands of homeowners and club members and many other instances where communicating was beyond challenging.

Defining a person supported and funded by, the NAACP, the CBC, by Jesse Jackson, Rev. Al Sharpton, Ben Jealous, Spike Lee, President Barack Obama (need I go on), as the “little guy” is laughable. Sorry, the readers of this site are NOT Today Show News consumers. It ain’t the “little guys” flying to LA for Rally’s, it ain’t the little guys quitting their jobs to become full-time leaches upon the image you created. It’s called opportunism and you are not going to be afforded detachment or plausible deniability. You are embedded in this one.

Nice spin selling though, but then again, that’s what you do. Professional obfuscation.

But when the truth comes out about how all parties, created and supported specifically BY YOU I might add, are shown to be manipulative liars and sellers of a false reality, the ridicule you will sense will turn your name into a verb.

“Don’t Julison Me bro”…. will be the equivalent of Joe Rice’s famous SOU faux-pas.

You have attached yourself to the image of your creation. Natalie Jackson and Benjamin Crump did not initiate a legal strategy for justice, they initiated a media strategy. You created it. Justice defined as civil lawsuits. “Show me the money”. :(

You, Ryan Julison, purposefully and with specific intent, sold to ABC and NBC a storyline of racism. Racism where no racism exists because it was part of your sales strategy. Do you know how many victims of physical violence YOU have created.

We are working your trail backwards to specifically identify your contacts, how you messaged, what was your pitch, and to what end was the storyline maliciously false, or intentionally uncorrected. You have a lot of blood on your hands for a “simple PR guy”, and there are multiple authors chomping at the storyline involving the media manipulation, you call PR.

http://theconservativetreehouse.com/2012/04/21/update-10-part-2-the-trayvon-martin-shooting-deedee-reveals-the-false-truths/

http://theconservativetreehouse.com/2012/04/26/trayvon-martin-shooting-you-will-never-meet-deedee-but-you-can-confront-the-media/

Out of curiosity, while you might not be paid now, are you saying you will never financially benefit from this optic you created?

Several other readers took the opportunity to share their sentiments too. Eventually this led to another response from Ryan Julison:

I came on your site because I was amused that the haphazard website I had thrown together was getting such a thorough deconstruction (why are the white people smiling but none of the black people).

I do have paying clients, which is why I set up the website in the first place, but I volunteered for the family and will not make a penny off this case, regardless of what happens.

I am happy to share the initial media pitch and subsequent pitches with you, there is no reference made to race in them.

I came to your site in a respectful manner thinking it would perhaps be an opportunity to have a thoughtful dialogue. I was being too optimistic, it appears, because I was met with personal attacks and profanity.

For the record, I’m the only person on this site who has revealed their identity.

“Sundancecracker,” you have my email address, feel free to follow-up if you’d like more information.

I have nothing to hide.

After a few hours with no further comments by Mr. Julison we decided to take up his offer and contact him via e-mail.   In short we offered him the opportunity to frame his position and outline his involvement directly in his own words.   The response to our inquiry was a return e-mail from Mr. Julison with a request for us to call him directly on his cell phone.

We declined the offer for telephonic contact because in essence we perceived he was requesting a filter between him and the answers being sought by readers and those who had significant and specific questions.   In our followup response (via email) we outlined the difference between the “new media” and the “institutional media” as one of filtering.  Why would it be better for people to read an interpretation, or our opinion, of his position, as opposed to his direct response in the format he already engaged upon?   It just did not make sense.

Nor were we willing to become a part of the Ryan Julison story line.   He could, as he can now, simply respond to the questions presented, in his own words and not worry about the words of a person interpreting his position.    Alas, while he did confirm his continued readership of the questions and comments, he did not respond to the last email outlining our reason for declining to call him.

Now back to the discovery.

Sanford, Fla. City Manager Norton Bonaparte, Jr., left, speaks to Rep. Corrine Brown, D-Fla., and Sanford, Fla. Mayor Jeff Triplett, and Rep. Frederica Wilson, D-Fla., before a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, March 20, 2012, to talk about the shooting of Trayvon Martin. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

During research we identified Ryan Julison and his firm Julison Communications as being the media communications and Public Relations source for the Pigford Settlement.   Some of you might be familiar with the Pigford V. Glickman lawsuit against the United States Department of Agriculture commonly referred to as Pigford, or Pigford II.

Essentially the Pigford Settlement was a determination by the Dept. Of Agriculture to settle discrimination lawsuits brought about by black farmers.   However, as Lee Strantham has meticulously outlined the original lawsuit, while potentially justified at the time of filing, eventually evolved into a massive fraud by people who never engaged in farming at all.

Breitbart.com has an extensive research library filled with information about the fraud associated with Pigford claims.   The entire Pigford story became a political hot potato for anyone who would deny blacks the opportunity for financial gain at the cost of taxpayers.

Indeed the Congressional Black Caucus and civil rights leaders, use the defensive shield of racism against anyone who would question the motivation of tens of thousands of claimants.   This, despite the reality of the number of claimants being ridiculously out of touch with the actual number of black farmers who might have been affected.

At last mention there were over 38,000 individual black claimants seeking monetary awards from $50,000 to $250,000.   This compares to DOA internal statistics that put the actual number of potentially affected farmers around 5,000.

But what is the DOA going to do?  Deny a large contingent of dependent class Democrat supporting, and race sensitive voters their place at the trough?

A massive class action lawsuit fraught with intentional fraud costing taxpayers over $2.2 BILLION to date from both Pigford and Pigford II settlements.

It appears this is where Mr. Julison gained association with a variety of institutional race based, and race baiting, black leaders.   Indeed Mr. Julison appears quite proud of his association with such fraudulent endeavors as described in highly visible links proudly displayed upon his Facebook page:

2.scnow link here 

On the same date (March 5th) that Ryan Julison was contacted to participate in the Trayvon Martin narrative he released the following press release on behalf of the settlement (pdf file)

In the interests of time, and sheer exhaustive text bordering on unreadable, we are going to have to summarize the tangled network of players upon this story line, and request your research upon your own.   If we attempted to outline the entire construct of how each trail leads from one person to the next we would have a considerable volume on just these interconnected associations alone.

Al Sharpton, Martin Lee Anderson’s Mother – Gina Jones, and Jesse Jackson march 2006

However, suffice to say that from central Florida in addition to the prior connections between Benjamin Crump and Daryl Parks via the Martin Lee Anderson Case, and Jesse Jackson along with Al Sharpton, the political tentacles are transparently obvious.

From the civil rights leaders Jackson and Sharpton, you draw a straight line to the Congressional Black Caucus and CBC member Corrine Brown from Florida’s 3rd district which includes Seminole and Orange Counties. 

Sanford, Fla. City Manager Norton Bonaparte, Jr., left, speaks to Rep. Corrine Brown, D-Fla., and Sanford, Fla. Mayor Jeff Triplett, and Rep. Frederica Wilson, D-Fla., before a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, March 20, 2012, to talk about the shooting of Trayvon Martin. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

In addition to the Martin Lee Anderson case connecting Parks and Crump to Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton, you find a deep connection to current U.S Attorney General Eric Holder via his civil rights affiliation spawned by marriage to Dr Sharon Malone.   Malone’s sister (Holder’s sister-in-law) was Vivian Malone-Jones  from civil rights fame in the Alabama “stand at the schoolhouse door” with Governor George Wallace.

Vivian Malone-Jones worked her entire career inside the Civil Rights division of the Department of Justice that her brother-in-law Eric Holder now heads.    So when you hear Eric Holder say “my people” he’s not necessarily referring to blacks in the aggregate; he is specifically referring to “activist African-Americans” like Sharpton, Jackson, Jealous etc.;  and as a consequence black civil rights attorney’s like Daryl Parks and Benjamin Crump and Natalie Jackson Esq.

Eric Holder is the inner ear of President Barack Obama, hence Trayvon Martin famously became Obama Jr in the Rose Garden.  Subsequently, the Corrine Brown friendly Congressional Black Caucus took up the immediate cause to advance Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fulton, along with Parks and Crump, to Washington DC for politically expedient, and optically helpful, congressional judiciary committee hearings.

Daryl Parks, Benjamin Crump, Sybrina Fulton, Tracy Martin attend Washington DC judiciary Committee hearing March 27th

From this hearing you heard “Trayvon was hunted down, chased, and shot like a dog“.

Ryan Julison was specifically chosen by Natalie Jackson and Benjamin Crump because he was attached to Jackson/Crump via Pigford and Civil Rights/CBC activists.

Ryan Julison Bragging Rights

Next we look at culpability in selling a racist narrative, and for that we start by looking at how excited Ryan Julison was to sell the Trayvon story to the media.

These are the stories that highlight his sales pitch.   These are his selections to represent his efforts, and framed/highlighted in his own words.    Again, from his own Facebook page:

Chicago Tribune Article 

CBS News article 

Reuters via Yahoo article:

Since Trayvon, a high school junior who wanted to be a pilot, was black and Zimmerman is white, Crump said race is “the 600 pound elephant in the room.”

Whoopsie…  Eh, ya might not have wanted to be such a big fan of that one (above) Mr. Julison, it kinda crushes that whole “I never sold race” story you’re trying to hide behind. Hmmm ???  Yeah “check out this story” indeed.

ABC News Article  

CNN Story / Article

According to CNN affiliate WFTV, Zimmerman, who is white, described Martin to a dispatcher as a suspicious black man.

Whoopsie, busted again.   Yep, as you say:  “Now working with CNN on the Trayvon Martin story”.   Yep, “working” being the operative word hey Ryan?

ABC “Matt Gutman” story

ABC News has uncovered questionable police conduct in the investigation of the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager by a white neighborhood watch captain in Florida, including the alleged “correction” of at least one eyewitness’ account.

[…] Witnesses told ABC News a fist fight broke out and at one point Zimmerman, who outweighed Martin by more than 100 pounds, was on the ground and that Martin was on top.

“That was my baby, my youngest son,” mother Sybrina Fulton told ABC News in an interview in Miami. “He meant a lot to me, I don’t think the police department really understands that…I need justice for my family, I just want justice for my son.”

Ryan, you “worked with Matt Gutman on this story” March 12th?  Seriously Mr. Julison?  I mean really?    You should have scrubbed your tracks a little better.  Your “plausible deniability” meter needle is in the red.

You are so far into this racist narrative, the light from outside of racism’s existence could never reach you.

Everyone needs to read the entire article linked above, ALL OF IT, and see exactly what Ryan Julison worked with Matt Gutman to create.  It must have been Matt Gutman who was too lazy to actually look beyond the 2005 arrest record for 248 lb weight description.

Wasn’t Matt Gutman from ABC the “exclusive” guest for the mysterious DeeDee phone call conversation with Benjamin Crump?  And spends a lot of time in Miami too, where the source of the original “doctored” 911 calls originated.  Hmm funny that.  In addition wasn’t abc and Matt Gutman the “exclusive recipient” of the stolen Sanford Police Station footage.  And again the “exclusive recipient” of the bloody head shot too.   Hmmm.

You must have liked working with Matt huh?

Inside Edition Report 

NBC Today Show 

Now that you know the reality in perspective, this video from the Today Show is a MUST WATCH.  It was filmed on Saturday March 17th.  The morning after the Trayvon Family and representatives met in the mayor’s office and listened to the tapes.   Crump claims 3 eye witnesses etc.  Just watch it.

The next day, late on Sunday the 18th was when Tracy supposedly discovered DeeDee via phone records.

New York Times Article

MIAMI — Nearly three weeks after an unarmed teenager was killed in a small city north of Orlando, stirring an outcry, a few indisputable facts remain: the teenager, who was black, was carrying nothing but a bag of Skittles, some money and a can of iced tea when he was shot. The neighborhood crime watch volunteer who got out of his car and shot him is white and Hispanic. He has not been arrested and is claiming self-defense.

Whoopsie, there you go bragging again,  “Worked with the New York Times on this story”…     So now we know it was Ryan Julison and New York Times Lizette Alvarez who created the new ethnicity “White and Hispanic”.

Are you sure you want to stick to your story about not creating the racist narrative Mr. Julison?   Really?   This is kind of embarrassing to be so easy to point out.   Moving on…..

NBC Nightly News With Brian Williams 

Wow, another must watch video.   This from Sunday night, the night Tracy Martin discovered DeeDee.   And once again the specific ethnicity “White Hispanic” is used.

New York Times Editorial 

Wow, Mr. Julison you sound pretty proud of this one.  …”Doesn’t get much bigger than that“.

Trayvon Martin, a 17-year-old student, was shot last month as he walked home one night with a snack in hand. His killing has stirred national outrageand protests because there is evidence he called out in alarm over his cellphone as the armed stranger closely pursued him. At the same time, George Zimmerman, the shooter, was on the phone with a police dispatcher, who told him, “We don’t need you to do that.”

This follows the March 20th 11:30am Major Press conference Benjamin Crump held where he announced DeeDee, and a whole bunch of other now dismissed, and deconstructed, nonsense.   It seems odd to see Mr. Julison sharing on his Facebook page how proud he is of the false narrative being on display in the New York Times.

CNN Link 

The family of Zimmerman, a white Hispanic, said he has been wrongly described as a racist…

FACEBOOK for Ryan Julison at Julison Communication

So after President Obama spoke, and you finished bragging about the thousands of calls to elevate your prideful self image, you stopped linking your famous outcomes to your Facebook page.   Must be ‘mission accomplished’, huh?

I was going to introduce even more substantive information and link connections between Ryan Julison, Matt Gutman, ABC, CBS, NBC et al, mostly from the South East offices of institutional media sources to show how specifically intentional the selling of a racist narrative was.  But I think I’ll hold that for another day….  Or, in case someone doth protest too much…

…. there really is no point.   As you can see from Ryan Julison’s own words, he “worked with” the media, “organized” the plan, and “coordinated” the efforts, of the entire Trayvon Martin VS. George Zimmerman narrative.

Within the articles he specifically cites, values, and considers as best reflective examples of his efforts, his agenda is clear, evident, without doubt and certain.

One only has to look at his own words and his own construction.  HIS, no-one else’s interpretation of it, his very own.  To look back now and see Mr. Julison’s recent attempt at distancing himself from the consequences of the very narrative he bragged about creating, is, well, you decide….

And while you are deciding let me remind you of the consequences again.

Matthew Owens

Good luck Mr. Ryan Julison, well, not really, I doubt luck is going to help you much.

My work here is done.

Continue to Update #14 —> 

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231 Responses to Update #13 – The Trayvon Martin Shooting – The Julison Communications Racist Agenda and Trail To Washington DC….

  1. John Galt says:

    Wow, that was a trip to the woodshed.

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  2. mkm19602000 says:

    Take a look Mr, Julison. Look at what St.Bullsh*t has done.. I hope that you can’t sleep without the the spirit of Matthew Owens haunting you. I hope that you never have another night’s rest free of the victim of St. Bullsh*t. Remember the victims of St. Trayvon!

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  3. Joel says:

    “Luuuuuuuucy! You have some ‘splainin to do!”

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  4. Rum says:

    Excellent.
    Most confessions come out just by giving the perp an opportunity to tell their story. Even if it is pretty vile, everybody wants their story told.
    It occured to me, what if GZ had been a well trained cop off duty instead of a part time student that night?
    He would have been carrying concealed. Normally they are required to. He would have “profiled” TM and called it in. He would have gotten out of his vehicle to keep him in sight while awaiting the uniforms. If he found himself on the sidewalk getting head-on-concrete injuries that he could not stop otherwise he would have reacted, in accordance with his training, by putting a round center-mass until the head wounding stopped.
    Just a thought.

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  5. Joel says:

    In this day and age, why brag on social network about your lawless behavior?

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  6. howie says:

    The theme of Update #13, The Racist Agenda/Trail To Washington DC…is telling. In the title lies the key to understanding. I propose that we are suffering fro a Government/Media Complex. Worse that the Military/Industrial Complex Ike warned about. In the words of the illustrious Al Gore. There is no controlling legal authority.

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    • Auntie Lib says:

      Wow – you’ve nailed it: “Government/Media Complex”. That’s exactly what we are fighting. Kudos for simplifying the construct. This is the foundation of the F & F failure to gain triton in the LSM and many other issues. When the media becomes an arm of the government the people are inherently vulnerable. Certainly, Breitbart, Palin and many others have been on the front lines of this fight, but just referring to the media as the Lame Street Media and calling the media out, left the crucial factor out of the equation. It’s not that we haven’t known and understood the problem, but we haven’t had a “shorthand” way to communicate the PROBLEM. It is the total interconnectivity of the media and the government to direct the information flow to the people. Great job, Howie!!!

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      • howie says:

        The root of the problem is New York Times v Sullivan (1962), They were not abletomake use of it as much in the old days of Print media and limited network nightly news. The advent of CNN and Ted Turner got the ball rolling. Crossfire began the moral relevance and downhill spiral. The internet afforded them the opportunity to expand and envelop the communications circle. Right after the turn of the Century the left saw and seized the power of basing their reports on opinions in Blogs and ran with it. Before Sullivan the media was accountable. If you really want to see a total left wing conniption fit just get a case headed to SCOTUS that has the possibility of reversing Sullivan. Scalia would love it. The 1st Amendment was limited prior to Sullivan for the Press just as a Citizen can not yell fire in a crowded theater or libel another citizen. After Sullivan…not so much. The Sullivan decision had to do with the Civil Rights uprising. Same show.. Different actors

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        • Sharon says:

          Thanks for tossing in that Crossfire nugget. I watched them in the early days (being a sponge for “news” from Washington) and, without understanding why, finally stopped because of the frustration it always left with me. You’re right: it was one of the first programs specifically designed to “leave everything hanging,” i.e., no absolute truth anywhere, no right position clarified, no wrong position exposed. Everybody gets a sticker.

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          • howie says:

            You got it. Allowing a “wrong” to be equal to a “right” in the so called “debate”. Another one is Fox News “Fair and Balanced”. Does that mean they tell the truth half the time and you decide? And now we see Media Silence because some of the malicious information they have been spouting about Zimmerman is questioned and debunked.

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    • Mr Rational says:

      After following and analyzing media for a decade, the Government media complex is my exact conclusion.
      To easily substantiate – note that we have not had a federal budget for 3 years + – yet – not a story.

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  7. Rum says:

    Just another thought.
    TM knew exactly what a neighborhood watch guy was and that the guy following him almost certainly was one. And, being the only type of adult Floridian certain to be un-armed, a perfect target for a good, spontaneous beat down.

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    • Joel says:

      Going after tea (marijuana) and skittles (speed pills), do you think TM was going after GZ for a possible money score for tea and skittles?

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  8. ZurichMike says:

    Did you notice that Julison’s second response was along the lines of a typical leftist troll who is never the wrongdoer, and always the victim: “I came to your site in a respectful manner thinking it would perhaps be an opportunity to have a thoughtful dialogue.” Oh, so *now* he was to have a thoughtful dialogue, after he perpetrated a public fraud, maliciously attacked GZ’s reputation, and crowed about his “work” with the media whores who aided and abetted his sleaze tactics.

    Dear Mr. Julison,

    With all due respect, I hope you have a good lawyer, because what you have engaged in is in my opinion both a crime and an intentional tort known as defamation. You lie down with dogs, you get fleas.

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    • howie says:

      Mr. Julison will not need a lawyer. He is a mere link in the chain. The Leftist Media has it down pat. He will say he simply relied on information from other sources that he had no reason to doubt. He is immune. The reason he is not liable is the 1960’s SCOTUS case called Sullivan v New York Times. Notice in his posts he claims he was just trying to help the poor Martin Family.

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      • ZurichMike says:

        Mr. Julison is not a member of the media, and does not enjoy the protection of Sullivan v. New York Times, from what I understand.

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      • ytz4mee says:

        He will if some attorney and/or paralegal decides to sue him to make a point and ensnare him in administrative legal hell. It is a tactic deployed often. Especially if Julison Communications is incorporated, I suspect he is required to retain counsel to defend against any actions against him. I know that that is the case in Virgina, even if the “Corp” is one person working from their basement.

        To me, that would be sweet justice – to turn their tactics around on themselves. I am sure there is enough there for someone who is doing it to make a point to base a claim on, and begin a legal war of attrition. It gets really expensive, really fast.

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        • Sharon says:

          Florida records:

          Detail by Entity Name
          Florida Limited Liability Company
          JULISON COMMUNICATIONS, LLC
          Filing Information
          Document Number L09000061980
          FEI/EIN Number 270450816
          Date Filed 06/25/2009
          State FL
          Status ACTIVE
          Effective Date 07/01/2009

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          • tara says:

            Interesting. He started his company while he was still working for Ginn Resorts? Is that why Ginn let him go? (What he claimed in that article about capes, below.) Maybe they fired him. In his linkedn profile it says he worked for Ginn until Feb 2010.

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  9. L. Harris says:

    Sir I applaud you! Great work outing RJ, another sociopath void of conscience, unable to love, a vile and disgusting reprobate, who’s life is reduced to nothing more than a game and his only goal is to win. Regardless of human casualties he leaves in his wake. The way you have constructed tens of thousands of words leading up to this surprisingly unambiguous incredibly easy read is no less than magnificence. I imagine as Mr. Brieitbart looks upon your work from ‘the clearing in the road’ that he has reached . . . Whoa! Thank You and God bless. USANaturalBorn.

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  10. M Simon says:

    You are ruining Ryan’s business. I hope he sues you.

    Discovery should be very interesting. Eh. Mr Ryan?

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  11. Auntie Lib says:

    Awesome job, SD. You have been amazingly focused and thorough in this. IMO you are a most worthy warrior in the fight for our country. YOU ARE BREITBART!!!!

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    • Sharon says:

      SD’s capacity to focus intently, gather available details, process the logic and put it in the oven is frilliant.

      Actually it reminds me of the old illustration about the those who are responsible for identifying counterfeit money: in their preparation and training, they spend way more time studying the real thing than they do studying the counterfeit, and as a result, when they see the counterfeit, the details of falsehood leap out to their eyes and understanding.

      Progs forget (or never knew) that normal Americans spend the vast percentage of their time, their lives, their energy and their focus on things that are true. Things that are good. Things that are foundational. Maybe that’s where they blew it.

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  12. Here is a further connection to Washington it goes higher than holder and all the way to Crump

    http://www.riehlworldview.com/carnivorous_conservative/2012/04/obama-connected-to-trayvon-martin-family-attorney.html

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  13. minpin says:

    Remember when Sybrina Fulton, appearing on the Today show, said she believed that the shooting incident was an “accident”?

    After Fulton’s remarks drew widespread media attention, Ryan Julison, a spokesman for the Martin family emailed a statement to MSNBC TV saying her comments had been “mischaracterized.”

    Julison’s full statement-

    “Earlier today, I made a comment to the media that was later mischaracterized. When I referenced the word ‘accident’ today with regard to Trayvon’s death, in NO way did I mean the shooting was an accident.

    We believe George Zimmerman stalked my son and murdered him in cold blood. The ‘accident’ I was referring to was the fact that George Zimmerman and my son ever crossed paths. It was an accidental encounter. If George Zimmerman hadn’t gotten out of his vehicle, this entire incident would have been avoided.

    My son was profiled, followed and murdered by George Zimmerman, and there was nothing accidental about that.”
    ———————————————————————————
    What a bunch of BS that doesn’t even make any sense. In other words, if I hadn’t crossed paths with my husband 20 years ago, we wouldn’t soon be celebrating our 20th anniversary.

    Sybrina Fulton almost blew the entire media narrative that was created by Ryan Julison. Shortly after that “mistake” by Fulton, some black guy wrote that Sybrina Fulton needed to get off the stage, and to stop doing interviews, as she risked blowing the racially divisive narrative that was so cleverly developed by Ryan Julison.

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  14. zauber says:

    Then again, as anyone who’s directly dealt with the press at any level knows, truth is not their objective, a ‘story’ is, and a ‘story’ as defined can be either truth, fiction or a combination of both, depending upon the desires of the writer. The government and the press are parasitic twins, each feeding off of and feeding the other, if any objectivity and/or truth emerges from the union it’s usually accidental. A few years back I was going through Korean War POW debriefs where survivors talked about how (parental discretion advised here) they were so starved by their Chinese captors they picked through piles of ecxcrement trying to find undigested seeds to eat and keep from starving to death. The general reporting on this case brings that comparison to the front and, were it not for reporting such as we see here, we’d be nose deep in the stinky stuff, starving, with no seeds in sight. Far too many citizens are too harried/lazy to dig out the facts for themselves and are content to trust ‘experts’ for their facts. A lot like looking in a bucket of lard for a cardiac health program but that’s where we are.

    In seeking truth you have to get both sides of a story.
    ~Walter Cronkite

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    • Yup. “..that’s where we are.” How there are any idiots remaining out there who trust the “govt/media” complex any more is beyond me. And yet they are. What a bunch of proud Pravda pricks these press weenies have become.

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      • zauber says:

        Same folks who think Sonic is fine dining and that Hamburger Helper is the key to healthier gourmet meal prep.

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        • Hey Zaub, no need to be a TOTAL food snob. Around here, Sonic is a welcome alternative to McBurgerQueen. At least they put some real fruit in those drinks. And by this time next year, we’ll all be dying for some Hamburger Helper! Hopefully not literally so! :shock:

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          • Ms.Tee says:

            And Sonic actually has one of the best burgers around, for a “fast food joint”!

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            • WeeWeed says:

              And Whataburger!! :D

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              • zauber says:

                I thought I was in food hell living in rural Mississippi. My God the Tofu and Bean Sprout Army must be scoping out your houses for a drone strike. Then again, a Whataburger and a cold Newcastle Brown is a welcome divertissment.

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                • That’s true! And please don’t joke about the drone strikes from the food police! Hamburgers notwithstanding, with all the heavy cream, butter, cheese, pork, beef and pastry we use around here, it’s only a matter of time before they target us. We’ll be put on a strict, government diet until we die of soy poisoning. :(

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                  • Menagerie says:

                    Resist we much.

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                  • You don’t think they’ll ban whiskey again, do you, Menage? :(

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                  • Michell says:

                    Have you ever attempted arguing with the food police? The argument they always give to me is people eat all this food high in fat and junk food then don’t have health insurance causing us all to pay, so the government should control what all of us eat and make food healthier. I always agree with them and say we should start with food stamps and they can only buy fresh meat, no frozen dinners or chicken nuggets. They can only buy fresh fruits and vegetables and not the more expensive veggies already chopped either. They never seem to agree with me anymore and accuse me of hating the poor then.lol

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                  • Good response, Michell. I wish I had your self-control. When people make that argument with me, I have the urge to save the government even more money by strangling them!

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                  • Menagerie says:

                    Grunt, I wouldn’t put it past them. Response: honey badger.

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              • Michell says:

                I love whataburger’s onion rings.

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      • minpin says:

        The press weinies are going for the annual Edward Bernays Public Relations (propaganda) award. Bacon and eggs is the healthiest breakfast you can eat! Lucky Strikes were “freedom sticks” for women!

        Young black men are being shot in the back by whites simply for walking while black, with nothing more than an iced tea, and a bag of Skittles.

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        • I was just watching The Rum Diary the other night, and Hunter S. Thompson’s self-character was yelling at Richard Nixon on the TV, calling him a liar who calls black white, and white black. Real deja blu, there! HST was such a conflicted guy (who committed suicide here in Colorado in 2005), that it’s hard to say what he would think of the current state of (*cough*) journalism in the US. I feel that if he hadn’t been so self-absorbed and held off on the suicide just a while longer, he might have been an effective voice in revealing the monster that the MSM had become.

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      • howie says:

        Lately even Pravda seems more reliable than the American Press.

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        • Oh, it totally is. Pravda had a very reasonable piece about the Sheriff Arpaio report, and they didn’t draw any conclusions, but they pointed out the irony that a legitimate law enforcement agency in the US concluded the sitting President is a fraud and they are completely ignored by the MSM. They also pointed out that Sheriff Arpaio was not being ignored by the foreign press. It’s nice that everybody else in the world thinks we Americans are too stupid to suck air.

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        • garnette says:

          For the last couple of years I have found news stories to be more accurate in the Pravda and the British newspapers than the LSM. It is sad comment about our society when the Pravda is more believable than the LSM, especially for us that grew up during the Cold War.

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    • M Simon says:

      “You cannot be sure you are right unless you understand the arguments against your views better than your opponents do.” – Milton Friedman

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  15. g8rmom7 says:

    sundance, all I can say is Wow! I am so proud to say I knew you when! I realize that you alone are not responsible for all this research but I know you played a huge part of putting it all together! From the bottom of my heart, thank you. Thank you for not just talking the talk of “Breitbart is Here”, but actually walking the walk…in a big way!

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  16. tara says:

    Julison: I am happy to share the initial media pitch and subsequent pitches with you, there is no reference made to race in them.

    Sundancecracker shredded that claim!

    Julison: I came to your site in a respectful manner

    He might have come to this site appearing to be respectful, but it’s clear that he had ZERO respect for George Zimmerman and his family, the justice system (the one we’re supposed to have when it’s not interfered with by self-serving pigs), and the numerous victims of violence incited by his fabrications.

    Ryan, you stated that you were offended by the responses to your posts here. But dirtbags don’t deserve nice. You got exactly what you deserve.

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    • tara says:

      (last two paragraphs should not be italicized, those are my words)

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    • howie says:

      Since he is wrong he seeks debate on an equal footing. The Cracker refused to take the bait.

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    • zauber says:

      In my experience this is all about race and little about the alleged injustice of the shooting. It’s an orchestrated attempt to organize and galvanize the black voter base and tickle those threads of White Guilt back to the fore in the Dem’s voter base. The MSM and its camp followers have skillfully parsed this ‘story’ and turned it into an urban saga with wording that seems to convey truth while actually guiding the reader’s thinking to the writer’s desired conclusion. This isn’t the only white-on-black shooting in the last two or three months, it was just the one neo-Reich Ministers of Propaganda seized on to create a news event.

      Propagandists from Humpty Dumpty to Goebbels to the progressive MSM have all subscribed to the concept: that:

      “When I use a word,…it means just what I choose it to mean – neither more nor less.”
      “The question is,” said Alice, “whether you can make words mean so many different things.”
      “The question is,” said Humpty Dumpty, “which is to be master – that’s all.”

      They’ll have us meeting at the Reichstag surrogate soon, be sure to bring gasoline and matches.

      Apologies to Lewis Carrol for associating him with the MSM hacks.

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      • howie says:

        Once upon a time. Way back before the communist-progressives took total control of the Democrat Party. The citizens of the world in the media and press took their pleasure in skewering both sides. Republicans and Democrats. There was even a now extinct species called the investigative reporter. This was long before Political Correctness was downloaded in to the great scheme of things. The non-communist left was ousted from academia and replaced by the grave diggers of Capitalism, the modern bolshevist. They must bankrupt the system before they can build the new society. They seek an industrial democracy, a public market. This is outlined by C.E. Ruthenberg in his 1919 paper called The Bolshevists: Grave-Diggers of Capitalism, in The Ohio Socialist. Things never change.

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  17. tara says:

    I think Congress needs to address the growing problem of media and public relations interference in judicial processes. George Zimmerman is being deprived of the ability to defend himself properly. Team Skittles has made every effort to pollute the minds of the public, in particular the people who will comprise the jury should this case go to trial. Team Skittles claims to be driven by a desire for justice, but they are in fact working hard to prevent it. Fortunately, George Zimmerman has factual documented evidence supporting him, and he has a superb attorney representing him. But is this enough to spare him the misery of a wrongful conviction brought on by a brainwashed lynch mob?

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    • howie says:

      I think so too. The Left is in a full blown offensive against the jury system. It is standing in their way. Because a jury is bound by defined constitutional parameters. 2+2 can not equal 5 in court. Some Animals are not more equal than others in the Constitution. An example is the Casey Anthony jury. They had to go in to hiding. Sadly even some on the right felt the same way. The fear of wrongful acquittal seems to hold sway over the fear of wrongful conviction. Of course the occasional case of technical innocence is the price we must pay to be free. But I do sense a Leftist assault on juries. They are not needed in Police States. My main interest is wrongful convictions, how they occur, and what causes them.

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    • Sharon says:

      Congress??? ROFL. They’re not stopping President Pampers’ deconstruction of our nation and destruction of our Constitution. I doubt very much they have the testicular fortitude to take on the issues of media interference in judicial processes. They can’t even bring themselves to produce a budget–one of the few things they are obligated to do, per the Constitution.

      A sizable chunk of Congress doesn’t see “media interference in judicial process” as a problem. Start with the CBC…and move out from there to the whINO weenies and the Dhimmi-obedient.

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  18. ytz4mee says:

    Another piece of the puzzle is ….. what are people going to do with the information that has been presented to them?

    Because of Julison’s involvement, city manager Bonaparte tried to get Chief Lee fired, and then pressured him to “resign” so the city of Sanford could “move on”. This was nothing more than part of the hustle instigated by Julison to open up a sliver of culpability so that Crump&Co could shake down the city and PD for a large pre-trial settlement. It was extortion at its very worst.

    Chief Lee did try and tender his resignation, but several hundred good citizens of Sanford rallied around him and rightfully asked, “What did the Sanford PD do wrong?”. The answer is nothing.

    Everything that has been portrayed in the media about the investigation, from the specious claims that Detectives wanted Zimmerman charged and were overruled, to lies that Zimmerman was never questioned and still has possession of his firearm, is now known to be completely fabricated. Because of these good citizens, who stood up for what was right over what was expedient, Chief Lee’s resignation was rejected. He needs to be fully reinstated – so the city of Sanford can “move on” from the trauma of having their civil procedures disrupted by a group of outside agitators.

    Crump&Co still think there is a payoff in there somewhere for them. None of their public statements contradicts this theory. Crump is on the record very recently as saying any fee he collects will be from a civil suit.

    So, are the good people of Sanford going to permit their city officials and police department to quietly “settle” with Crump when they think no one is looking? That is the only “Victory” and “Justice” Crump and Sybrina Fulton are really looking for.

    Or – will they have the courage to stand firm against such thuggery and overt extortion, and stare it down? Who is willing to be a local civic leader and monitor the situation and keep watch on the city officials and attorneys – who are supposed to represent the TAXPAYERS interests – the ones who will be ultimately on the hook for any payoff to Crump&Co. Do the citizens of Sanford feel they need to pay Crump off, given what is now known about the media campaign, and the very high likelihood that the Prosecution doesn’t have a case, and the charges were politically motivated in part to facilitate a pre-trial payoff?

    Who amongst the citizenry of Sanford is willing to be Breitbart? Who is going to investigate city manager Bonaparte’s role in all of this and challenge whether or not he deserves to keep HIS job?

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    • Sanford, Fla. City Manager Norton Bonaparte, Jr., left, speaks to Rep. Corrine Brown, D-Fla., and Sanford, Fla. Mayor Jeff Triplett, and Rep. Frederica Wilson, D-Fla., before a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, March 20, 2012, to talk about the shooting of Trayvon Martin. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

      Sanford, Fla. City Manager Norton Bonaparte, Jr., left, speaks to Rep. Corrine Brown, D-Fla., and Sanford, Fla. Mayor Jeff Triplett, and Rep. Frederica Wilson, D-Fla., before a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, March 20, 2012, to talk about the shooting of Trayvon Martin.

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      • CTDAR says:

        The body posture(arms crossed), frown, & distance from the others speaks volumes about Wilson. Don’t get me started about the hat, does she think she’s the sheriff?
        Only in her dreams.

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    • minpin says:

      What I would like to know is who in Sanford brought Bonaparte in as the City Manager in Sept. 2011? Bonaparte was voted out as the City Manager in Topeka KS by the City Council there, because they had no confidence in him and his abilities. He was paid $100,000 as a separation package, and his position ended there in July 2011. He applied to two other KS cities for a job, and was rejected by both. Who in Sanford decided that this obvious loser was qualified for the position in Sanford? Would it have been the Sanford Mayor Triplett, and approved by the City Council?

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    • cookbook says:

      The Sanford Police did not shoot Trayvon Martin. Zimmerman did. Zimmerman is not a wealthy person so recovery would be negligible. A target with deep pockets with a cause of action had to be located and the false narrative began. The Sanford Police did not question Zimmerman or take his gun, did not notify the Martins’ for three days while Trayvon was in the morgue, contradicted witnesses, had a detective who wanted Zimmerman arrested and the DA would not listen to him, lied to the Martins, etc. All the while the Sanford PD was doing a normal investigation on a normal time line. Crump starts meeting with the mayor and the city manager and complaining they are slow and racist. Pressure is put on the Sanford PD to find what Crump et al wants. They are told no so the city manager agitates with the mayor to administratively suspend the police chief and get a special prosecutor. In the meantime the mayor and city manager are meeting with the Congressional Black Caucus and the DOJ.

      The city of Sanford is the deep pockets although no cause existed before the false narrative was constructed and sold. They needed the Sanford PD to be portrayed as corrupt, incompetent, and racist. None of this is true. They had to get rid of the police chief to show cause and the city manager was willing to pay him off to do so with severance and the mayor was part of it. Then the bail hearing happened. The city council say that there is no case and no new evidence other than what the Sanford PD had obtained . This is basically insurance fraud and the city of Sanford almost got took.

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      • tara says:

        You’re right! It was a two-pronged approach. 1) Concoct a false image of Trayvon to induce an immediate emotional and difficult to reverse reaction among the public. 2) Concoct a false story of the police handling to set the stage for a cash-producing lawsuit.

        Julison wrote that he didn’t expect the incident to blow up as big as it did. I might have believed him had the plan not involved the actions of the national media, the President, members of Congress, and the most well-known race baiters. But it’s precisely the blow up that will undue their plan. If they’d kept it local they probably would have gotten away with it.

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        • M Simon says:

          If they’d kept it local they probably would have gotten away with it.

          Too many eyes on the prize.

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    • Baladas says:

      The Sanford City Ombudsman has that job. Any private citizen with the impetus and a little time on their hands could take the research compiled on this website, hand it to the ombudsman who would initiate an investigation on behalf of the private taxpaying citizens of Sanford.

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  19. Check this out….. kinda funny coming from the hometown of Chicago Jesus :)

    http://blogs.chicagotribune.com/news_columnists_ezorn/2012/04/omara-v-crump.html

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  20. Scoots Knuck says:

    GREAT JOB exposing the LIES. We need more people like YOU and less of these race-baiting maggots. I hope RJ and the rest of these maggots CHOKE of all of their LIES. GREAT JOB…No, EXCELLENT JOB. Soooooo glad I found this site. I was losing hope then I stumbled across this site and just like that hope has been restored!

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    • minpin says:

      Scoots- Have I seen you over at the O’Mara facebook page for GZ? It didn’t take long for the Trayvon Martyr’s to descend on the site, just to repeat the lies put out by the Julison propaganda machine. Even though someone is moderating the site now, it has become all but unreadable. It has always been the goal of the propagandists to gather up the mob, and to shout louder, harder, and longer in order to suppress the truth from coming out. Hopefully the O’Mara group will get a better hold of the site, and remove all those who are not interested in the truth and facts, and the fact that innocent until proven guilty is the goal.

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      • stellap says:

        I looked at it early this morning, and I think they have deleted a lot of the comments. Go take a look.

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      • cookbook says:

        They might just let it go to prove their point. It would also be interesting if the Facebooker mob is being paid to drive O’Mara off Facebook.

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        • minpin says:

          That was my thought as well cookbook. I wondered if Team Skittles put out the word to go to the O’Mara site and shout over him, and those that support GZ. Why would the Martin Martyr’s even think to look for a GZ supported site? They are not that bright.

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      • Scoots Knuck says:

        Yep, that’s me. MOST of my comments have been ERASED elsewhere and I don’t know WHY. I DO NOT attack anyone – just states the facts and my own humble opinion. I do get a little irratated but feel my comments are justified. It ticks me off that MY comments are deleted when I respond to those racist morons but their comments are still there for the world to read. What’s up with THAT?

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        • minpin says:

          Scoots- That’s funny because I only ever left one comment, which included the name Ryan Julison, and I pointed out his role in the media blitz that he created. Gone.

          I just read a comment left over there where the person posted “in the USA, if you are arrested, you are guilty until proven innocent, and George Zimmerman is guilty of murder.” That comment still lives.

          I find humor in the comments that claim that the site is fraudulent, that O’Mara has nerve putting up a site for a murderer, and that O’Mara is just looking to line his pockets with the GZ donations. One moron said that GZ will be buying boats, and autos, and planes with the money. A Fla. woman complained that she and her husband both worked for the state, they were severly underpaid, and the Gov. cut their benefits also. She hoped that O’Mara wouldn’t steal from the Fla. taxpayers in charging the state for GZ defense.

          Obviously Julison knew exactly what target audience to hit with his lies. The dumbed down!

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      • ytz4mee says:

        I think that most of the comments that were removed were because the O’Mara team felt they were trying to “try the case in the court of public opinion” and letting that type of commentary stand might be seen as an endorsement. But the Martin lynch mob is all over it, definitely.

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        • Yes Team Skittles has been all over it and leaving their nasty selves all over it too. I admit I have been one of the ones cleaning it up. But only the ones that had threats like kill Zimmerman and threats and obscenity against others posting there. The rest was not touched by me. You all know as well as I do that a person looking for the truth or trying to post it anywhere except a few select sites team skilltes supporters don’t debate they annihilate.

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    • Sharon says:

      Scoots, you are already one of those needed people you refer to. There are millions of normal Americans who are standing up right where they are–standing in place. We’re all at different places with different skills, opportunities and timeframes….but it’s happening and it’s very good. Absolutely no doubt, Sundance is Breitbart.

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  21. James Crawford says:

    A message for RJ, I for one identify myself accurately when I post on this blog.

    I suspect that RJ’s altruism in representing the Martin family might be motivated by a desire to have plausible deniability as the narrative that he is marketing to the news media is exposed as fraudulent.

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    • cookbook says:

      He probably is paid on contingency just like Parks and Crump. If they don’t win he doesn’t get paid. He may only have an oral contract for say “expenses”.

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      • Sharon says:

        I’ve wondered what kind of pressure he might be getting the last few days–from those to whom he is accountable.

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    • tara says:

      Your identification comment makes me realize how disingenuous Julison is for smugly denigrating any of us for not using our real names. Easy for him to publicly identify himself. It’s his side that has issued the death threats and engaged in violent retributive acts, and it’s his side that forced GZ and his family into hiding. The last thing I want is for some Team Skittles-brainwashed nutcase to harass me … or worse.

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  22. GracieD says:

    Tweeted out to Joel Pollack, Lee Stranahan, Rush, Hannity, Levin. Now we will see what happens.

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  23. Baladas says:

    Also note. On Mr. Julison’s March 10th Facebook entry, he specifically characterizes the shooting of Trayvon Martin.

    “Check out this story from Reuters running on Yahoo News on the Trayvon Martin MURDER.”

    March 10th, and Mr. Julison had already judged Trayvon Martin guilty of Murder.

    As long as there are people who can benefit from the efforts of miscreants like Mr. Julison, he will always find employment to engage his dark art. True justice would be done if Mr. Julison was prevented from ever being able to do this type of work again. Which means he needs to be sequestered from polite society. Which means prison time. Lots of it.

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  24. This is actually a “textbook” operation – and we’re all getting to the bottom of what has become a RAMPANT pattern across the board!

    I’m surprised nobody else has commented on one thing that really struck me about Ryan Jullison’s’ “tweets”…

    Notice how he too used the most angelic-looking pics he could find of the doe-eyed Saint Skittles, and attached a different one to each tweet?

    SOME of those came right off St. Skittles’ Facebook page – and it would be *VERY* interesting to compare the dates of those with the dates all of TM’s online-personae were deleted!

    I’m willing to bet that if ALL THE TRUTH would ever be revealed, we’d find that:
    (1) The pics were taken directly from TM’s facebook/myspace/twitpic accounts.
    (2) This proves Ryan Jullison also knew of “No_Limit_Nigga” and all the associated misogyny, drug-dealing, etc. as well as all the associated VERY Un-flattering pics
    (3) These finds led them to toss all St. Tray’s online personae down the memory hole – hoping to bury the No_Limit_Nigga along with them!

    Even if not, by the end of the list above diligent ‘net users had managed to resurrect the buried personae and recover all of No_Limit_Nigga’s vile garbage from various online cache sites.

    Put another way, even if Ryan and the rest of team-skittles had ANY plausible-deniability up to the point the truth about Trayvon was dug out of the dark corners of the ‘net, by the time these tweets were being sent THAT PLAUSIBLE DENIABILITY WAS DEAD AND GONE.

    So… Did they then admit they’d perhaps been less than honest about who the young MAN actually was? Did they admit they’d been MISLED about him?

    NO!

    They put his Mom up in front of the cameras to grunt-out, in a quivering voice between emotional gasps, “FIRST THEY MURDERED MY SON, AND NOW THEY’RE TRYING TO DESTROY HIS REPUTATION!”

    Actually, Saint Skittles had done a pretty thorough job of that all on his own! All “they” did was point out the truth that Mom and the rest of Team Skittles had tried so hard to BURY!

    THIS ENTIRE FIASCO was nothing more than a PRODUCTION – managed, directed and choreographed like a live TV drama performance – WHICH IS EXACTLY WHAT IT WAS!!

    And who was the director of this whole production?

    Our buddy Ryan Jullison!

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  25. Just_tired says:

    Sybrina you belong to Hollywood. You are enjoying the celebrity status indeed.

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  26. minpin says:

    In answer to the question as to why Mark O’Mara has still not gotten the prosecution’s discover in this case O’Mara said “We are delaying demanding discovery until we can file motions to protect these witnesses. Once that is in place, discovery will flow to us, then the media and the public has access to it, under our rules.”

    Can anyone imagine what the Martin supporters would do to the witnesses who will be testifying on GZ’s behalf? Their lives and reputations would be drug through the mud, and destroyed.

    It would seem to me that Ryan Julison could, or should be responsible for obstruction of justice, for delaying normal court procedures, because the witnesses need protection from the mob that Julison helped to create. No doubt the witnesses are in fear for their very lives.

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  27. Donnie B. says:

    Can someone verify the information below? The address is to an ocean front condo. New diggs for the Martin Family?
    – TRAYVON MARTIN MEMORIAL FOUNDATION, INC.
    – Document Number: N12000004089
    – FEI/EIN Number: 455112076
    – Date Filed: 04/19/2012
    – State: FL
    – Status: ACTIVE. UFFNER, JEROME. 5660 COLLINS AVE UNIT 7-CMIAMI BEACH FL 33140 US

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  28. sybilj says:

    “I came on your site because I was amused that the haphazard website I had thrown together was getting such a thorough deconstruction (why are the white people smiling but none of the black people).”

    http://julisoncom.com/index.html

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    http://twitter.com/#!/julisoncom

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    https://endprostatecancer.wordpress.com/

    NBA All-Star Legend Oscar Robertson speaks out to create awareness! Oscar not only sits on the board of the Foundation, he will also be the Honorary Chair of the Foundations Launch Gala on March 10th. We are so grateful for his help here at The International Prostate Cancer Foundation.
    In Partnership with Julison Communications and 2u Creative we have been working on a National Public Relations Campaign to promote the launch of the foundation and educate the public on some of the important facts of prostate cancer!
    -snip-
    Emcee of the Education Event, Greg Francis, left, Oscar Robertson (center), Dr. Vipul Patel (right)… [Note: http://orlandoweekly.com/news/happytown-1.1199193 For Orlando attorney Greg Francis – Julison’s (Pigford II) client and a ranking attorney within the army that is the Morgan & Morgan law firm]

    http://fightingprostatecancer.com/board.html

    Foundation Executive Board
    Mark Nejame
    Founder and Senior Partner Nejame, LaFay, Jancha, Ahmed, Barker & Joshi, P.A.
    CNN Legal Analyst

    http://aba.ufalumni.ufl.edu/category/inthenews/

    Panamanian-born Gregorio Francis was a Virgil Hawkins Fellow and Florida Blue Key Leadership Honorary. Also, a member of the Fredrick Douglas Moot Court Team and Publishing Editor for the Umoja Law Journal.
    Partner at Morgan & Morgan:
    After practicing law for seven years, Fracis joined Morgan & Morgan in 2001, as a partner, focused on medical malpractice matters, police misconduct, wrongful death and catastrophic personal injuries. In 2006, Francis became a shareholder of Morgan & Morgan– Orlando.
    Read about the $1.25 Billion Settlement in the Florida Law Journal.

    http://twitter.com/#!/mattgutmanabc

    Matt Gutman ‏ @mattgutmanABC
    @washingtonpost article on Ryan Julison the enterprising PR rep who doggedly turned #trayvon Martin story into a national saga.
    12:50 PM – 13 Apr 12 via Twitter for BlackBerry®

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/style/trayvon-martin-story-found-the-media/2012/04/12/gIQA9VGmDT_story.html

    Julison, who worked on the story for no compensation, says he always thought his clients’ case had merit, but the outcome wasn’t guaranteed. “All of these things worked perfectly,” he said. “They came out in just the right sequence for us.”

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    • ytz4mee says:

      Interesting, so Nejame, who is married to the first Judge who was recused, didn’t tell the whole truth IMO. The reason given was that Zimmerman had approached his firm about defense. The “real” reason is he appears to have deep fingers into the whole Julison nest of lies and manipulation. Is he going to disclose his cozy relationship with Julison to the viewers when he pronounces his “analysis” ? It doesn’t seem so “unbiased” now, does it?

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      • Donnie B. says:

        I believe Nejame’s partner is married to the first Judge. Nejame took the CNN job shortly after the shooting turned into a circus.

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        • ytz4mee says:

          Yes, I believe you are correct and I misspoke. I should have said “someone in Nejame’s law firm is married to the first Judge who was then recused”. My apologies.

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          • Just_tired says:

            In my opinion Nejame was very professional as legal analyst.

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            • ytz4mee says:

              I’ll have to take your word for it. I refuse to watch CNN and haven’t since their outrageously biased coverage against our men and women in uniform during OIF.

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    • Sharon says:

      From the Washington Post link:

      “Reuters moved a 14-paragraph story on the case March 7. The next morning, “CBS This Morning” aired a piece by reporter Mark Strassman in which Trayvon’s father, Tracy, expressed his grief over his son’s death and outrage that Zimmerman was still free — two elements that would stoke the coverage for weeks.

      ” ‘It was one of those stories that, when you hear the pitch, you just say,” ‘Wow, this has to be told,’ ” said Chris Licht, executive producer of the morning program. From the reaction afterward, he said, “’We knew we’d hit on something significant.’ ” “

      Media at their best. “We’d hit on something significant”…..based on “the reaction afterward.” There ya go.

      That’s a good stack of links, sybilj!

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    • minpin says:

      We need similar laws to those in Texas with Medical Malpractice caps, and Frivolous Lawsuit reform where the plaintiff is held responsible for the fees of any defendant found innocent, if it even goes to trial. That would put the Crump et al ambulance chasers out of business, just as it has done in Texas.

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      • minpin says:

        BTW, the Trial Lawyers Assoc. promised to destroy Rick Perry if he ran for the presidency, because he destroyed their little games in Texas.

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    • CTDAR says:

      Thx syblj

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  29. Omar says:

    sybilj….why am I NOT surprised to see the name “Morgan & Morgan” connected to this???? Your string of connections in your comment is excellent. Thank you for the links.

    SDC…I can not tell you how thankful I am that you have put all of this together. I thank you and justice thanks you.

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  30. ytz4mee says:

    Another question independent minded people need to ask is:
    -If the Martin/Fulton family is sincere about just wanting “justice” and rejects vigilantism (which is in part what they claimed Zimmerman perpetrated upon Martin), then why ~

    (a) complete silence when Spike Lee tweeted the Zimmerman family address – (which turned out to be the wrong address to further add to tragedy upon tragedy and implicate even MORE innocent people) – where was Julison and the media to rebuke Spike Lee and call for calm? Sybrina Fulton, Tracy Martin, Crump and Parks — silence. crickets. chirp, chirp.

    (b) complete silence when Twitter went gangbusters with “#killZimmerman” after Zimmerman was granted bail. Where was Sybrina Fulton and her merry band of lying men then? Sorry, but I didn’t catch her in front of ANY media cameras denouncing the demands for a lynching of Zimmerman.
    silence. crickets. chirp. chirp.

    (c) where has Julison, Guttman et al been on the numerous stories about people being attacked/assaulted as a result of Sybrina Fulton’s demand of “Justice for Trayvon” ???
    silence. crickets, chirp, chirp.

    I hope that people will consider ALL of the actions of Sybrina Fulton, Tracy Martin and their retinue when evaluating the entire body of “evidence” in the Martin-Zimmerman incident. Actions do speak louder than words – and media optics.

    Given the ACTIONS of Team Skittles, it would appear that what they SAY they want and what they are actually AGITATING for, are two different animals.

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    • Scoots Knuck says:

      Hopefully people are not THAT naive and once common sense kicks in they will realize this is more about greed than grief. *THIS* is probably the most attention Trayvon ever got from either of his parents.

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      • ytz4mee says:

        A Treeper coined the phrase “Greed Stricken” to describe Sybrina Fulton. I think it fits her perfectly.

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  31. minpin says:

    Anyone notice how it is always the fault of the police with these race hustlers? The police always botch the investigations, are brutal, do racial profiling, and shoot blacks in the back. It is the fault of the police that there are so many blacks that are incarcerated. Unbelivable.

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  32. cookbook says:

    Mallard Filmore cartoon is on topic today.
    Photobucket

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  33. CRussell says:

    O/T but something that has been bothering me, something I find troubling. In the aftermath of the Martin/Zimmerman brouhaha – over the week-end in an attempt to fill the usual quiet zone of a news weekend, CNN/HLN has devoted enormous time and attention to the riots following the Rodney King verdict and NOW they are commemorating the assasination of Robert Kennedy;. I am wondering if this coverage really has that much to do with “anniversary” dates. Doesn’t anyone else find this 24/7 coverage of those events more than just macabre?

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    • cookbook says:

      Threatening riots is terrorism. Repeatedly showing the effects of rioting is re-enforcement of the threats of terrorism. It is attempting to scare the bejesus out of people to get them to go along with what they know is wrong. They were not threatening riots when things were going their way.

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    • ytz4mee says:

      Well, you would have also noted that anything related to “Fast and Furious”/”Gunwalker” isn’t seeing the light of day, nor the plans to cite Holder for contempt.

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      • CTDAR says:

        JimmyKimmel zinged BO & Holder pretty good at the WH correspondants dinner over the weekend
        “Democrats would like you to stick to your guns. And if you don’t have any guns, you can ask Eric Holder to get some for you.”
        lol, u know ship is goin down when the “celebraties” in audience (with exception of Clooney, dem sycophant) mostly B listers.

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      • howie says:

        I would bet that similar lines of communication can be found in both Fast and Furious and Trevon Martin. I recall a media blitz about American Guns going to Mexico just prior to the breakdown. I would like to see if there are media connections in fast and furious.

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    • Baladas says:

      I was young and uninformed during the LA riots after the acquittal in the Rodney King case. I remain largely uninformed about the court case and its details.

      I saw the videos just yesterday of the beating King took. All I know is that it was unnecessary and excessively violent and brutal. I would go so far as to call it attempted murder. King was neutralized and able to be cuffed early on, and there were a dozen cops.

      Who dropped the ball in the prosecution of those cops? Was that case just as politicized as this one?

      In the Zimmerman case, all the evidence I see is that George is so innocent that he should JUSTLY be found immune from prosecution, but Crump, Tracy Martin, Julison, the media, CBC et al are will share serious blame for the rioting to ensue.

      In LA, those cops were guilty of grossly negligent and malicious misconduct, yet somehow (temporarily) escaped justice, and the riots (while wrong) were “understandable” given the incendiary nature of the irrational emotionally driven mob.

      It is the perception of injustice, real or manufactured, that sets off the unthinking mob.

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      • CRussell says:

        i can find nothing “understandable” in the 55 deaths and more than $1 billion in damage that were the result of the mob violence. Nothing is understandable about that..

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        • Baladas says:

          That is not what I meant. It is completely understandable given that a sub-human mob who has no reasoning ability and acts purely on emotion will riot when they perceive injustice, whether real or imagined.

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      • Joel says:

        That is because all you saw was the beating. You didn’t see the other two in the car who already had given up and were waiting to be taken to the police station. Rodney King wouldn’t give up. Also, you didn’t hear the cops, nor heard what the lip-reader was reporting what the cops said. All you saw was the repetitive beating of Rodney King. You didn’t see him throw all the officers off him, You didn’t see all the efforts taken prior to resorting to the batons. All you saw was what the media wanted you to see. The beating of a black man.

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        • Baladas says:

          I don’t see what the two who surrendered had to do with anything.

          I saw King get up off the ground and lunge at a police officer. I saw him properly counter attacked and put on the ground. A couple shots for good measure is one thing. This went too far.

          I have been in plenty of fights. The guy was done. He was on his face. He could have been surrounded and cuffed easy. I don’t know where you get off trying to tell me I didn’t see what I saw, but what someone else wanted me to see.

          Anyway, is there anyone here who has some facts about why the prosecution dropped this, or should i just look it up and see what the interwebs have to say about it?

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          • barnslayer says:

            Rodney King is a menace to society. This link lists his arrests prior to the famous event. He has also been arrested on numerous DUI’s including in 2012. Why is he allowed to drive at all?

            http://law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/lapd/kingarrests.html

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            • barnslayer says:

              That should read “He has also been arrested on numerous DUI’s since the event including in 2012.”

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              • Baladas says:

                Sometimes the mind is boggled.

                HUEYTOWN, Alabama — Illegal immigrant Sofyan Eldani has been arrested 35 times in 12 years while living in Alabama, but he remains here, federal authorities tell police, because they can’t deport him to a country that doesn’t exist.

                Eldani, 45, carries an Egyptian passport, but claims to be from Palestine.

                Hueytown police Chief Chuck Hagler said his officers arrested Eldani this week after they found him carrying crack cocaine. When they called Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials, those officials said they were familiar with the convicted felon, but couldn’t send him to his native country because the United States doesn’t recognize Palestine as a country.

                http://creepingsharia.wordpress.com/

                It took 12 years and 35 arrests to finally try to do something about this guy?

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        • Sharon says:

          We lived in the Antelope Valley at the time. We were aware of all that you describe here, Joel, and I remember specifically how helpless we felt and how awful it was to see just the footage of the beating…over…and…over…and….over….and….over….and so little anyone could effectively do about the distortion. Sickening. Now there is something we can do. National Liars won’t have it easy going forward.

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      • CTDAR says:

        Baladas, as in recent weeks, what that video doesn’t go into is that LE were attempting to pull over the 6’3 @250lb King who was speeding in excess of 100mph, drunk, and on PCP. Originally the Officers tried to cuff him without anything but he resisted to a point that tasers(multiple) were necessary and still wouldn’t listen to command that’s when the batons came out.

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        • Baladas says:

          Actually, I knew the backstory before watching the video.

          3 “peace officers” in the family, 2 retired. One retired Superior court Judge. The rest teachers. All Christian and conservative.

          I am a teacher, aspiring journalist, martial artist, ex-bouncer/doorman, and more real time “street combat” training than I would have liked to experience.

          I personally have no skin in the game and am not bound to bias or group think. Working in the favor of those cops is that no-one is perfect, they have a tough job, King was in the wrong and presented a real but manageable danger that needed to be addressed with force.

          That said, at a certain point those cops had him EASILY, but their passion got the best of them as they demonstrated a serious lack of restraint. The ranking officer on the scene could have organized 5 officers to restrain King without their having to break every bone in the guys body. I can state this with objective certainty, but of course this is my opinion only.

          They should be trained to deal with one man without having to resort to such force when the odds are so overwhelmingly in their favor. And let the Justice system decide on the punishment, instead of passionately dispensing it out of righteous indignation at the cretin they are faced with.

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          • barnslayer says:

            Given his offenses prior to and since this event, King should never be allowed to drive…ever. It would have been in everyone else’s best interests if the cops had just sh0t him.

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            • Baladas says:

              Wow, having a bad day? It happens to the best of us of course.

              For felons like King, I like lifetime Max security, forced labor, and if they rate parole, it would mean at best transfer to lower security forced labor with privileges, but no release back to society. Put him to good use. Prisoners should be productive. Those who commit violent assault while in prison should face death.

              As far as your street execution justice, if you are serious, then YOU should be locked up.

              LOL

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              • WeeWeed says:

                LOL???? Reread your words, please, and adjust that comment.

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              • barnslayer says:

                Why would you assume I’m having a bad day? Not PC enough for you?
                Don’t report me to the thought police. Besides, putting King in prison for life is a waste of my tax dollars.

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                • Baladas says:

                  Yes, your policy of police as judge jury and executioner is bad policy. I would go so far as to call it incorrect. And if our prisons were run the way I suggest, your money would be well spent.

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                  • barnslayer says:

                    You can call it whatever you want. I don’t care. If one of these sacred cows ever harms someone you care about, you’ll think differently of it. I suggest you stop thinking of ways to waste my money. The liberals don’t need any help.

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          • Joel says:

            No, you don’t know the back story. If you did you would also mention that beating with batons was, at the time, “THE LATEST POLITICALLY CORRECT ENFORCEMENT” gimmick given to the LAPD, and you would know that the police were exonerated of any wrong doing by a jury who saw the whole tape. Then in the most disturbing way, the men were tried again, which is double jeopardy. Also, you have never ever dealt with someone on PCP as a “bouncer/martial artist”, if you had, you would have said something to the effect of “Man, I would have shot the dumb brute and be done with it.”

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            • barnslayer says:

              It is what I said. Fact is he endangered others by his behavior and continues to do so today.

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            • Baladas says:

              You are right that I had no idea the police were tried twice. I don’t agree with that.

              What I was wondering when I brought this up is if anyone could tell me if the cops were purposefully overcharged by politically motivated fools, and the jury was forced to acquit.

              The back story I heard was after the high speed chase, the taser was not effective and King was a monster. The tape I saw showed King attacking the cops and them taking him down properly.

              I have been in life and death situations. Cali has some really liberal nonsense that is for sure, but no one is forced to live there. You can call using hickory batons a politically correct gimmick all you want. I know what I saw. At a certain point King was done, the cops were no longer in danger, but their leadership was lacking and they guy took an unnecessary beating. They could rightfully have been charged with a simple misdemeanor assault, because they should be trained to have restrained discretion when not in imminent danger, and be able to tell when they are no longer in danger.

              It is bad enough we need to deal with the likes of Rodney King, but when the civilized lose their civility, its all over.

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              • Sharon says:

                “You are right that I had no idea the police were tried twice.” That whole situation was as big a ball of snakes as this one is….only that one got under the wire because Al Gore hadn’t gotten around to inventing the innertubes yet.

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              • Joel says:

                Look, you still don’t know all of it. First off, “The Swarm” which was used prior to the Rodney King incident was actually removed from the LAPD arsenal of “THINGS TO DO WHEN THE GUY WON’T QUIT, AND YOU DON’T WANT TO KILL HIM.”

                The Swarm is when a lot of guys gang tackle the assailant. The LAPD had been told NOT TO DO THAT.It was the Politically Correct thing. It seems that they didn’t want the LAPD to appear to gang up on assailants.

                Second, I don’t believe you that you have police relatives, because if you had asked them what happened, you would have had your ears blown back and you wouldn’t be Monday Morning Quarterbacking an incident that happened about twenty years ago. It was and is one of the most shameful things the United States has done to Law Enforcers.

                The reason why they were tried a second time was because President Bush was having a hard time getting people to forget, “Read my lips. No new taxes.”

                Third, If you had been in life and death situations, you would not complain about people reacting differently than you did. You might even say, they restrained themselves.

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          • minpin says:

            Rodney King’s arrest record. How many times does someone have to be let off the hook before they become a real danger to society? PCP deprives one from feeling any pain. No matter what the police did to contain him that night, he felt no pain. He became an animal. Your bleeding heart for someone that was so vile both before and after the video is disgusting.

            Now, the leftist media has decided to drag out the old videos in honor of the police brutality used on Rodney King, who himself was brutal in his interactions with those around him. I agree with those here that have opined that the police would have been better off just shooting the degenerate moron.

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  34. Eagle says:

    Going back to Trademarks… Have the clients of RJ or Crump done this in the past, or is this a new wrinkle?

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  35. howie says:

    Lester has ordered the discovery be made public. Names of witnesses will be redacted. Per WDBO Orlando. We are about to see the evidence.

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    • cookbook says:

      On a Monday too. I read the clerk’s office is a little slow (or maybe very diligent in not making mistakes) so all week to digest it before the rallies can be held on weekends. It may cool some down.

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    • minpin says:

      The first thing I would like to see is the Martin autopsy and toxicology report.

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      • howie says:

        I look forward to the whole ball of wax. I want to see if my theories and assumptions are spot on. And if anything is new. Such as surveillance tapes at the condos. A lot of them have cameras.

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  36. eah says:

    …sold to ABC and NBC a storyline of racism.

    Quite honestly, they were more than willing buyers. Reference the NBC tape editing scandal.

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  37. dmoseylou says:

    “Trayvon Martin’s parents set to speak at Miles College forum”

    http://blog.al.com/spotnews/2012/04/trayvon_martins_parents_set_to.html

    ***
    “We are having a forum on issues facing the youth of today,” Batie said. “We are talking about some of the social issues that led to this incident. We’re not dealing with the aspect of the trial.”

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    • ytz4mee says:

      Will that include a discussion on not spewing filth and trying to run drugs on social media?

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      • barnslayer says:

        Or the fact that Martin’s parents failed miserably as parents? That the black counter culture which embraces violence also cultivates violence? Doubtful. Most likely finding a way to blame it all on us.

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    • minpin says:

      Perhaps the Martin parents can address Trayvon’s social media presence where he talked like a thug. They may want to advise parents to keep track of their offsprings activities, and punish them for saluting with middle fingers, displaying a gold grill, and denigrating females in general. No wonder his mother had no control of him, he had no respect for females, including his own mother.

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      • Menagerie says:

        As a mother, you don’t just sit back and wait for it. You earn it, and part of that comes from the way you discipline your children, and how you teach them manners, respect, responsibility. I could go on, but I am sure you understand.

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      • howie says:

        What language is that? We have English, Spanish, French, etc. But that is a new one. Could it be called…Rapish?

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  39. fightclubtraytray says:

    Julison: “For the record, I’m the only person on this site who has revealed their identity.”

    “After a few hours with no further comments by Mr. Julison we decided to take up his offer and contact him via e-mail. In short we offered him the opportunity to frame his position and outline his involvement directly in his own words. The response to our inquiry was a return e-mail from Mr. Julison with a request for us to call him directly on his cell phone.”
    ============
    I have some experience in this area. Julison is connected to the government power structure. He WANTS you people to identify yourselves, so you can be “dealt with”. During the Clinton impeachment, the Clinton operatives on the Internet would come on the websites which were spilling the beans on the administration’s criminal acts, and try to get people to reveal who they really were. The ones who fell for it were targeted.

    This is what the whole move to news article commenting being tied to your Facebook or other social media accounts is all about. If the government knows who you are, it can deal with your dissent.

    Nice try, Julison.

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  40. Susan Scalia says:

    “From the day when the first members of council placed exterior authority higher than interior, that is to say, recognized the decisions of men united in councils as more important and more sacred than reason and conscience; on that day began lies that caused the loss of millions of human beings and which continue their unhappy work to the present day.” – Leo Tolstoy

    Julison talks like a sociopath and is a bm upon society.

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  41. Dave Kwis says:

    While the media spins the Trayvon Martin case into a racist battle, what about that poor FAMU marching band pledge who was murdered aboard the school bus by his band mates?. Florida A&M is a predominantly black school, as are the administrators. There have been issues in the past with the school’s band and pledge policy. But this major news story has trickled to a standstill because it is not politically expedient to the liberal media to show black on black crime and how insidious it is within the black culture. This Trayvon story has provided the perfect deflection. The spin-meisters have quelled one story by pumping up another, fabricating falsehoods that make that poor black Martin child the innocent victim while that horrid Hispanic/white Zimmerman gets away clean.

    People who hide their heads in the sand from the truth remind me of how meat-eaters wage war on vegetarians, making them out to be tofu-loving, bunny-hugging hippies — when for the most part we are merely healthy people who decry the unsanitary and immoral conditions which factory farming perpetuates upon the consumer and animal alike. If more people would seek the truth in every aspect of their lives, calling into question those beliefs handed down by parents and pastors and professors, there would be a great deal more rational thought and a much healthier society.

    The truth is, meat is a normal part of the human diet. The truth is, the process of delivering that factory farmed steak or chicken to the dinner table in America is so awful, from feedlot to slaughterhouse, that ignorance becomes bliss. Until you get sick. What about the meat glue? What about the pink slime, you Sonic lovers? The truth about meat in this country is misrepresented, just as the truth about George and Trayvon is being misrepresented by the media. Thank goodness for truth seekers like those who write and post here!

    The truth is, George Zimmerman was overly-zealous in his Neighborhood Watch capacity. He should never gotten out of his car. The truth is, Trayvon was a big city thug wannabe, celebrated in the black culture in music and video and even by sports stars like LeBron and Dwayne, sad to say. He didn’t like being followed, so he jumped Zimmerman, sucker punched him, got atop him and commenced bashing his brains out. So Zimmerman shot him, point blank in the chest in self-defense and totally within his fundamental human rights, not to mention Florida law.

    The truth is, the sooner that portion of American black culture which celebrates the gangsta mentality realizes that only hard work, education, and honesty will truly set them free, and not entitlements and perpetuating a guilt trip on the white establishment (which has so generously supported so many of them for so long) the sooner they will also realize that charity is a form of oppression that causes the recipient to begrudge the donor. News flash! There are other ways to success besides sports, music and thuggery. And don’t blame me and mine for something that happened 250 years ago. One culture dominating another is the story of humanity on this planet. And historically, the African black cultures aren’t so pristine themselves, capturing their own slaves, raping women, murdering children. I think we would all be better off just making the best of what the United States has to offer, and be damn glad for the opportunity!

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