Ryan Julison Takes Down Company Website and Scrubs Facebook Page To Hide The Racial Media Pitch In the Trayvon Martin Case…

<— Continued from Update #15

“When a well packaged web of lies has been sold gradually to the masses over generations, the truth will seem utterly preposterous and its speaker a raving lunatic.” Dresden James

  When you have nothing to hide, you leave a trail of indifference.   When you have something to hide, you work feverishly to avoid being discovered.  Ryan Julison from Julison Communications is working feverishly.

Matt Lauer (left) Ryan Julison (right)

Ryan Julison is the guy hired by Natalie Jackson and Benjamin Crump to create the Media narrative and initial sales pitch around the Trayvon Martin Case.     The sales pitch that led to major institutional media organizations falsely making the headlines about racism.  Those initial headlines defined George Zimmerman as a “White” 248 lb vigilante racist neighborhood watch captain, and Trayvon Martin as an innocent Black child “murdered” in cold blood on his way home from the store.

We outlined the involvement HERE and also HERE  with a discussion of his website, now deleted, HERE

That false narrative kicked off a national controversy that not only still exists today, but has put one man in jail, hurt dozens more in racially motivated and brutal attacks, and cost municipalities hundreds of thousands of dollars in law enforcement resources.   All because one specific narrative was constructed to be the most marketable.

It appears Mr. Julison had a change of heart, or recognized his complicit financial risk from lawsuits, since his prior comments to us when he said:

 I am happy to share the initial media pitch and subsequent pitches with you, there is no reference made to race in them.   [...]  you have my email address, feel free to follow-up if you’d like more information.   I have nothing to hide.

- Ryan Julison

His company website has been taken down (under construction) and his Facebook page has been scrubbed of the media accounts he bragged about creating.   But we captured the images and words before they could be wiped away.   See for yourselves.

Here is a portion of the original article.   The full article is available here.

[...] 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 Greg Francis, whose job it was to travel the country and determine qualification for Pigford II payouts.  Greg Francis hired Ryan Julison to create the media communications and Public Relations image for the settlement.   This also led Julison to become further  associated 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:

Update.   Julison has now scrubbed this from his company Facebook page.

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Greg Francis

Greg Francis is a partner with John Morgan, of Morgan and Morgan Law Firm, in Central Florida.  The same law firm now employs former Governor Charlie Crist.  Charlie Crist was the governor in 2007 who recommended to the state legislature they approve a $5 million wrongful death settlement with the family of Martin Lee Anderson, who was represented by, …… wait for it……..  Benjamin Crump, as in Parks and Crump.   Benjamin Crump hired Ryan Julison, through Natalie Jackson, to do the Media Communications and PR work for Trayvon Martin’s family.

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:

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Chicago Tribune Article

CBS News article

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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.

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ABC News Article

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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?

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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?

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Inside Edition Report

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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.

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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.

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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

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177 Responses to Ryan Julison Takes Down Company Website and Scrubs Facebook Page To Hide The Racial Media Pitch In the Trayvon Martin Case…

  1. cookbook says:

    It is like turning on a light and watching the roaches scuttle. The scam is busted.

  2. Aoife says:

    New information being released locally says GZ’s statement to police was Martin was circling his truck. That’s gonna be interesting

      • ejarra says:

        That article is terribly slanted to make Zimmerman look bad.

        “Reached in Birmingham, Ala., Martin family attorney Benjamin Crump said Thursday that Zimmerman’s claim that he was screaming in the 911 call and that his mouth was covered by the teen don’t add up” followed by ” “It’s either one or the other, it can’t be both,” Crump said. “We have to put together this puzzle because, unfortunately, we don’t have Trayvon Martin’s version” of events”

        I guess so much for the gag order.

        The paper also mentions GZ going after TM:

        “Zimmerman can be heard huffing and puffing on the call to police.

        “Are you following him?” the dispatcher asks.

        “Yeah,” Zimmerman said.

        “We don’t need you to do that,” the dispatcher says.”

        Notice that GZ’s acknowledgement by saying “OK” was purposely left out.

        Absolutely discusting journalism.

        • cookbook says:

          They are trying mightily to slant it but suggesting that Zimmerman was sitting in his vehicle watching Trayvon wander around a burglar infested townhome complex, then walk around his vehicle giving him the old stink-eye portrays Trayvon as an aggressive, hostile, and very bold “child”. This is not the action of a “kid” who just wants to be left alone and is afraid. Street smart thugs do this to scare people off so they can do whatever the hell they want. And if stink-eye does not produce the desired result a face punch usually will. This is not the behavior of a “child” who just wanted a drink and snack to go with watching a ball game. Sounds like Trayvon went out to get a drink and munchies, and was looking for a place to smoke a blunt so he wouldn’t stink up the townhouse. Zimmerman watching him was screwing up his window of opportunity of being alone and unobserved by his dad and he was pissed.

        • John Galt says:

          “Reached in Birmingham, Ala., Martin family attorney Benjamin Crump said Thursday that Zimmerman’s claim that he was screaming in the 911 call and that his mouth was covered by the teen don’t add up” followed by ” “It’s either one or the other, it can’t be both,” Crump said.”

          So Crump is making derogatory extrajudicial statements about purported statements made by defendant Zimmerman. Further, Crump is making those statements to a reporter with the expectation that they be reprinted in the media. Crump also has a vested financial interest in the outcome of the criminal case, hoping to defeat Zimmerman’s civil immunity pursuant to Florida law.

          Florida Rule of Professional Conduct 4-3.6:
          RULE 4-3.6 TRIAL PUBLICITY

          (a) Prejudicial Extrajudicial Statements Prohibited. A lawyer shall not make an extrajudicial statement that a reasonable person would expect to be disseminated by means of public communication if the lawyer knows or reasonably should know that it will have a substantial likelihood of materially prejudicing an adjudicative proceeding due to its creation of an imminent and substantial detrimental effect on that proceeding.

          (b) Statements of Third Parties. A lawyer shall not counsel or assist another person to make such a statement. Counsel shall exercise reasonable care to prevent investigators, employees, or other persons assisting in or associated with a case from making extrajudicial statements that are prohibited under this rule.

          “State v. Davis, 1991 WL 206568 (Fla. 8th Cir. Ct. 1991) was a case involving a double homicide extensively covered by the media. Part of that coverage involved extrajudicial statements by prosecutors and law enforcement involved in the case regarding purported statements made by the defendant. In finding a violation of FL Rule 4-3.6, the court emphasized the importance of the competing interests involved with this rule: the right of the defendant to a fair trial and the right of the public to information through the media. In considering whether a violation has occurred, the court must attempt to foresee the effect the publicity had or will have on the defendant’s unqualified right to a fair trial. The court should additionally consider alternative judicial tools such as voir dire, sequestration, jury instructions, and challenges to compensate for any damage already done to the defendant. This damage could not only arise from statements currently made by counsel, but also from the future effect the statements could have on a fair trial should the statements be reprinted by the media at the time of trial.”


          • John Galt says:

            Meanwhile O’Mara complies with the rules:

            “Zimmerman’s attorney, Mark O’Mara, said he hasn’t yet seen his client’s statements to police, and it would be inappropriate for him to address specific evidence in the case.”

            I think O’Mara is getting gamed here. A “mysterious source” runs his mouth and then Crump is all too happy to comment, while O’Mara is muted by the rules. IMHO O’Mara should file a motion to gag because this game won’t go well for Zimmerman and Team Skittles will be doing this repeatedly.

            • tara says:

              But then O’Mara will be gagged too. Maybe what he should pursue is punishment of Crump for disobeying the judge’s order.

              • John Galt says:

                O’Mara is already gagged to some extent by his adherence to the rules, and thus has far less to lose than Crump. He could try gagging just Crump, but then there would probably be a series of Crump sock puppets to deal with.

            • zane says:

              John Galt, the judge has the authority to “gag” Crump. Crump is not a party to the Murder 2 trial in any way, and consequently, the judge SHOULD hold Crump in contempt. Crump being able to run his mouth about things that may, or may not, be true, can only prejudice any jury pool and selection. Crump’s actions also give the defense a great reason to request a change of venue if Crump’s statements are published in local papers and repeated on local TV.

              • cookbook says:

                I think this is push back from the police department. They want to be vindicated in their investigation and want the Myspace stuff not to be the last thing out hanging. Describing the child Trayvon approaching an adult sitting in an SUV who is simply looking at him and then circling it menacingly is not a pretty picture. It is a “what you looking at” threat.

          • FIRST you murder poor Saint Skittles and NOW you’re trying to murder his reputation??!!
            The HORROR!!
            Chump isn’t worried about “ethics” – if anyone brings charges against him he’ll just claim “RAcISM!!”

            chump can play all these games as much as he pleases – there’s no law against lying to the media or the public, only the court!!

            I WISH I was just being sarcastic….

        • minpin says:

          I don’t believe that the judge has any authority to put a gag order on Crump. While it appears that Crump is feeding the prosecutors info., he is not a part of the prosecution team. The only ones the judge can put a gag order on would be O’Mara and anyone on the prosecution team, the police and detectives, and anyone else directly involved in the investigation. Crump is representing the Martin parents, who have nothing to do with the legal case. The case is Zimmerman v the State of Florida. Unfortunately Crump can say anything he wants to anyone, and not suffer any consequences for it. Crumps only involvement in the legal process at all would only happen in a civil trial, where he would be representing the Martin parents.

          • Crump is in violation of the existing judicial ruling from Lester in the State Motion for a gag order. Judge Lester denied the motion, but warned “attorneys connected to the case, or their affiliates” to be careful about what they say.


            • minpin says:

              Thanks for that link SD, I hadn’t read that document. What I picked up from reading it was-

              The judge states that the attorney’s representing the state and the defense have exhibited the utmost in professionalism in their public statements. I agree with that. No one that I know of from the prosecutor’s office have made any public statements re this case. O’Mara has bent over backwards to be respectful of the other side, and for his client.

              In paragraph 2, the judge states- “All” attorney’s are ethically obligated to follow the Rules Regulating the Florida Bar, and may be subject to discipline for violating those rules.

              You are absolutely correct that the Judge did warn “all” lawyers speaking publically about this case, that they may be held responsible by the Bar for violating those ethics rules. The judge then goes on further stating “With regard to this case attorney’s connected to this case (or their agents) who choose to speak to the media must keep in mind…….blah blah blah.

              The judge seems to segregate the state and defense lawyers, from “all” other lawyers making statements, which sounds to me like a waring to Crump. It would be the Fla. Bar that could take action with Crumps inflammatory and incindiery (sp) statements to the press.

              I still don’t think that the Judge has any jurisdiction over Crump and his actions, but I have been known to be wrong a time or two, or a hundred times. Where am I going wrong?

              • minpin says:

                Sundance here is another take from someone who I think is a lawyer. She does in fact go after Crump for his media statements, but she adds that “sometime before this case is over, a lawyer somewhere will file a grievence petition against Crump” because of his extra-judicial statements disparaging the character and credibilty of the defendant. She also goes on to state that O’Mara was wrong in going on CNN, and stating exactly what GZ told him about the donation account. She states that O’Mara, in essence, gave up GZ lawyer client priviledge when he said what he did on the media, and before he appeared before the judge the next day in answer to the donation question. She claimed it appeared to be a CYA media statement, but it is no less wrong. She said that a judge may look at this new information in a bad light. I got squemish when O’Mara said what he did, and believed it would not help GZ’s case at all. Did O’Mara add to the discussion that GZ may be a liar, and withheld info from him? There is such a thing as an “assett finder” in order to find out every asset in a person’s name. Did O’Mara not use that asset? I’m not trying to knock O’Mara, his bond hearing performance was top shelf. I just don’t like hearing that kind of surprise when all of us knew about the GZ donatiopn account long before that.

          • John Gault says:

            Here is an interesting SCOTUS case (the famed Sam Sheppard – one armed man – The Fugitive case) about “media gone wild” versus the obligation of a trial judge to protect a defendant’s right to a fair trial.


        • howie says:

          Zim has Asthma. Huffing and Puffing. If Thug had hand over mouth he then reached for the Gun when he saw it and took hand off mouth. That is when the Zim screamed out in fear.

          • tara says:

            Does he really have asthma? Then it would be another reason why he feared for his life.

      • tara says:

        Gilbreath described that as one of the inconsistencies in Zimmerman’s story — because getting out of the vehicle and looking for the teen is not the act of someone who is afraid.

        Uh, there are several different types of “afraid”. I’ve been afraid but also spurred into action. I’ve been afraid and run away. I’ve been afraid and immobilized. I’m really disgusted by these Monday morning quarterbacks. THEY know that TM wasn’t armed, THEY know TM was staying in the community if only temporarily, but GZ didn’t know. They consistently (and I would say deliberately) fail to put themselves in GZ’s position. They expect him to be clairvoyant.

        • justice099 says:

          In fact isn’t that how they describe “courage?” Isn’t a police officer afraid when subjecting himself to a dangerous situation, but is expected to do it in the interest of protecting citizens?

          Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgement that something else is more important than fear. ~Ambrose Redmoon

      • minpin says:

        I’ve learned to question anything being written about this case which is nothing more than speculation on the part of the author/s.

        They claim that TM circled GZ’s SUV, but never said anything about it to the dispatcher he was on the phone with. A few paragraphs later, they do report that GZ told the dispatcher that TM was checking him out, and that TM was starring at him, but don’t connect the timelines. They just say GZ said that at some point in the dispatcher call. They did claim that GZ’s story to the police remained the same with each interrogation.

        They talk about the struggle over the gun, but say their was no evidence of that found. I thought I read that the gun was jammed, and that the second round never entered the chamber. As some have wondered, could the round have not entered because of a struggle which could have jammed the gun? Wasn’t the gun jam reported early on?

        Crump said that Tracy told him that GZ claimed that TM’s hand was over his mouth, but that it was GZ screaming on the tape. According to Crump, it can’t be both ways. TM could have had his hand over GZ’s mouth, and then removed that hand to slam GZ’s head into the ground seconds later, and/or to go for GZ’s gun. Crump makes it sound like TM’s hand was glued to GZ’s mouth. Wasn’t it Crump/Tracy who said that GZ claimed that TM had one hand over the mouth, and one hand over GZ’s nose? The authors claim that that was one of the inconsistencies voiced by Gilbreth in the bail hearing.

        The authors claimed that Gilbreth said, while giving testimony at the bail hearing, that GZ said he was frightened because TM circled his SUV while GZ sat in the vehicle. Unless that testimony happened on a commercial break, I do not remember hearing anything at the bail hearing about the circling. Of course it was CNN broadcasting the hearing, and their breaks seemed to be conveniently timed. It may be just me, but they always seemed to break when O’Mara was doing the questioning. Does anyone remember hearing that testimony? The authors claim that Gilbreth said that that was an inconsistency with GZ’s statements.

        IMHO, the story is a plant to continue the GZ is a liar and is guilty narrative.

        • John Galt says:

          O’Mara did not press Gilbreath to identify the alleged inconsistencies with specificity, which was probably a good idea since O’Mara was already way ahead, it was a bond hearing – not a full blown hearing on the merits, and he will eventually get all of Zimmerman’s statements in discovery anyway.



        • zane says:

          Minipin, the story of one hand over the mouth and one hand over the nose is impossible. Here, take one hand and place it over your mouth, and then place your other hand over your nose. You will come close to covering your entire face, including your eyes.

          The size of the hands of a 6’3″ teenager are proportional. His hands would have been big enough that it would only take ONE hand to cover both mouth and nose of GZ.

          There is so much spin being put out about this story, that the TreeHouse is the only place to really get the truth. We already know that the Lamestream media is going to play this out as just another “racist white, dead black” tale. It is my hope that O’Mara is consulting with Alan Dershowitz.

          • davsel says:

            If I were sitting on top of a man and beating him, and he began screaming for help, I would probably try to cover his mouth. All the man would have to do is turn his head to the side and keep screaming.

            • minpin says:

              Remember the story where GZ tried to wiggle his head off the sidewalk? That would dislodge a hand on the mouth also, and allow GZ to scream if that story is true.

          • minpin says:

            That’s an excellent point zane. TM could also have put one hand facing upward, and covered GZ’s mouth and nose easily. GZ also had a broken nose by the time that the hand on face would have happened. Someone else pointed out that with a broken nose, and his head laying on the ground, his nasal passages could have been blocked from the internal blood releasing into the nasal cavity, which would have decreased his breathing capacity, not to speak of the additional pain of having your broken nose shoved on by a hand. Wouldn’t that also add to one’s fear for their life with their breathing being diminished?

            • zane says:

              minpin, and we also know that it would have been impossible for TM to cover GZ’s mouth and nose with one hand while bashing GZ’s head into the concrete with another. How do we know that? Because one human hand cannot wrap around the human head enough for such violence, because the neck muscles would allow you to pull your head away from the control of just one hand, unless……………..you hold on to the person’s hair and lift and lower the head to create the action of bashing it into the concrete.

              But GZ is all but bald. There was no hair for TM to grab hold of in order to bash GZ’s head into the concrete. Martin would have had to use both hands.

              • kinthenorthwest says:

                TM could have been just using GZ’s clothing as TM bashed GZ’s head into the ground.

        • John Galt says:

          “IMHO, the story is a plant to continue the GZ is a liar and is guilty narrative.”

          Exactly. This game will continue ad nauseum unless O’Mara takes action.

          • minpin says:

            JG- I believe we can now say that there won’t be any Immunity Hearing, prior to the Arraignment hearing that will take place this Tues. In the article they state that O’Mara still hasn’t gotten the prosecution discovery, including the police/detective interrogations with GZ. I don’t know how O’Mara can have that hearing without all the evidence.

            O’Mara is obviously waiting until the emotions die down, in order to proceed. That keeps GZ tied to the state issued ankle bracelet, the curfew, checking in with authorities every three days and etc. which surely would be preferable to sitting in solitary confinement, with an hour out each day. He is still a prisoner of the state though, lacking any of his civil rights and freedoms.

            Since Sybrina and Tracy have quit their jobs to become activists for Trayvon, they will never allow the story and the emotions to die down, and neither will their enablers who are also awaiting a big payday. They are in a holding pattern right now awaiting the next move by O’Mara. No matter how long O’Mara stalls the process, the results of whatever the outcome is, will still be the same, whether it happens in 3-6 months, or 3-6 years. The story is not going away.

            If I were GZ, I would want my attorney to proceed through the legal process in a timely and normal manner, whatever the eventual outcome. If he is found innocent in an Immunity hearing, or at trial, all hel1 will break loose with the race hustlers. If he is found guilty at trial, all hel1 will break loose with those like us, and many others, who have seen right through the sham that this whole circus has created. I seriously have doubts that O’Mara will go for an Immunity hearing, as he has backed off his early statements saying “if” it goes to trial. He has more recently referred to a trial and the jury pool.

            • justice099 says:

              “If he is found guilty at trial, all hel1 will break loose with those like us, ”

              The difference is that we aren’t going to riot, beat thousands of random black people, burn city blocks down, etc…

              If making a choice between who to p1ss off, I am pretty sure they will just p1ss us off. In my opinion that all by itself is a testament to the kind of behavior expected from a group of people claiming to be angry for people assuming they conduct such behavior.

              • tara says:

                They THREATEN to riot, but I’m now thinking that it’s mostly talk. They know if they start massive riots people will die, mostly rioters and a few victims. There will be lots of arrests. When it comes time to walk the talk, there will be few who will have the desire to put their lives at risk like that. This includes the Pity Party.

                • justice099 says:

                  I’m not so confident of that with Obama and Holder in charge, as well as a media unwilling to report on black-on-white crime.

                  My gut instinct is that a lot of hel1 will have already broke loose long before we even hear about it in the media.

                • Sharon says:

                  Have you ever been in the proximity of genuine riots? They have no fear of rioting. They always assume that someone else will die, so they, as individuals, are never consciously putting their own lives at risk. It’s mob rule on the street. It is NOT mostly talk. They like to riot. Rioting is their genre. Look what happened after Katrina. Rioting is familiar ground for their ilk. They are comfortable with both threats to riot and actually rioting. They live to attack….anybody.

                  • CorbinDallas says:

                    Except Korean grocers with M1A rifles. Remember LA?

                  • Enough says:

                    Like I said before….they will riot…burn their own shit down and kill innocent people. But the yellow bastards have not the nut to come into a neighborhood such as mine and try crap. They know better.

                  • Sharon says:

                    CorbinDallas..exactly. Loved those Koreans with the M1A’s. They were the men in town that week.

      • Nola Chandler says:

        If you listen to the 911 call when Zimmerman say he’s coming to check me out. He’s here know and he’s just staring at me. Something is wrong with him get somebody over here. Listen to his tone and when he says “get somebody over here”. You can hear the fear, he didn’t know what Trayvon was going to do. Trayvon was doing something that cause Zimmerman’s tone to change and listen to what he is saying. He’s on drugs or somethng, this kid was doing some unual shit for Zimmerman to say that, which could have included circling his truck. He’s here now and he is just staring, what did he do walk up to Zimmerman’s window and stand and stare him for a second or two?

        • barnslayer says:

          Just being a kid right? No. A shark circling his prey. He’s done it before to others. Now he’s dead. What a shame (sarc).

      • Dan says:

        The article is slanted because it relays the prosecution position and Crump’s ridiculous BS position, but as usual leaves out GZ’s position.

        When you think about it, similar to the GZ myspace page. Not only is this not too damaging…it’s actually pretty good if this is all they have.

        The three best pieces of evidence that Team Skittles has presented IMO are:

        1) The three earwitnesses that can brilliantly know the difference between a 17 year old and a 28 year old (both of whom they have never met) screaming. (The shitstorm these EARwitnesses have perpetuated is disgusting.) Regardless, to ignore them altogether is a mistake.

        2) Trayvon circling the truck is believable. What doesn’t completely add up to me is the fact Trayvon ran. This indicates, but does not prove, Trayvon was scared. It was a little strange behavior, and one reason why I want to see Trayvon’s toxicology report. It’s just a hunch, but I’d like the confirmation that there wasn’t low to moderate cannabis in his system. I might bet against it, but it was weird enough behavior that doesn’t jive with the rest of the evidence of what happened.

        However, the running away also provides a logical explanation on why George got out of his car. Here is someone (Trayvon) acting extremely suspicious…Then he turns and bolts. George wanted to see if he could get a visual on him to provide to police as they were arriving shortly. Walking in the direction he went to peer around the corner seems somewhat logical. And then the rest is history….Trayvon was waiting for him.

        3) GZ’s inconsistencies brought up by Gilbreath at the bond hearing. Inconsistencies are key. Criminals and liars have them all the time, and the police in the 10+ hours they interviewed GZ would get them out. The Sentinel article linked reported GZ’s story didn’t change, which was something that is a very positive for GZ. So what are these Inconsistencies Gilbreath is talking about.

        - If he was scared, why dd he get out of his SUV? I spoke about this above
        - If Trayvon was covering GZ’s mouth, how was GZ the one screaming. This is almost borderline retarded. Did GZ say Trayvon was covering his mouth the entire event? NO. RIDICULOUS. If a 2-3 minute event which included running away, head pounding, and nose breaking, I am going to go out on a limb and predict GZ never remotely told the police that the whole event Trayvon had his mouth covered. It was probably only a few seconds of the 2-3 minute event where this occurred.

        The prosecution is scrambling and grasping at straws. Reading GZ’s myspace page left me glad it wasn’t worse, and really pretty forgettable. Reading the Sentinel article above, slanted in favor of Team Skittles, leads me to believe it is a BIG plus for GZ if that is all the police have on the “inconsistencies”.

        • Dan says:

          Additional point on the “earwitnesses”. Judging by statements made to the police and by the police Not one of them told the police they thought the screams were by the “boy”. *Cut into media picture of 6 year old picture of Trayvon’s kindergarten graduation.

          Only after the media shitstorm did they decide to publicly side with the pitchforked mob. Hence inflaming and spurring on the mob further.

          Shame on them. Seriously. If Trayvon really was the prepubescent boy the media portrayed as him…THEN I could see someone telling the difference between a “boys” scream and a mans scream. But a 17 year old?? Give me a break. Have you guys seen some 17 year olds lately? Built like a brick house. My wife teaches 8th graders over 6 foot 200 lbs. Give them an additional 3-4 years…..

          The strongest and best shape in my life was when I was 18 years old.

  3. Joel says:

    What really is amazing is Ryan came here and tried to talk. Basically he thought he could talk us out of the position of truth.

    • cookbook says:

      He is so used to selling baloney he thought he could sell anything.

    • stellap says:

      Like Sundance said at the time, we aren’t the Good Morning America crowd.

    • Sharon says:

      And don’t forget one of his primary criteria for continuing the conversation: he wanted to have private conversation with SD, obviously to co-opt SD’s credibility and get an info-filter back in place, thus controlling the message. They are accustomed to dealing with people who are unaccustomed to thinking true.

      Tell a liar to walk a straight line and he will work himself into knots trying to remember how he did it the last time, 10 years ago. One who speaks true will walk an easy straight line simply because he has a goal in view. So he just heads for the goal. Liars can’t do that, because they are so accustomed to scheming, planning, controlling and hiding. They’ve forgotten how to be straight walkers or straight talkers.

      Out of the Silent Planet. C. S. Lewis. Mr. Julison is one of the Bent Ones. The haters are Bent Ones. Mr. Crump is a Bent One. Bent Ones have to lie. That’s the currency of the land they inhabit.

      • Dude says:

        Well said!

      • Sharon, I love the C. S. Lewis talk, but since 1998 or so, “the Bent One” has been a direct reference to Bill Clinton and his allegedly deformed “weapon” that he uses against unsuspecting campaign workers and office help. Every time you use that term, you are giving us all mental images that are most unpleasant. Are you trying to make us hurl and short out our keyboards? Why do you hate us, Sharon? ;)

        • Sharon says:

          I guess I hadn’t kept my glossary up to date. I really don’t care to have that immoral perp dictate which literary references we’re allowed to make. I’m so sick and tired of their immoral, sh!t behavior impacting normal language use. Whenever I hear “bent ones” my mind goes to C. S. Lewis. (sh!t is an old Danish word with obscure meaning, not often used by contemporary Danes)

          Put it on the Wall, Grunt: When Sharon says “bent ones,” she’s referring to C. S. Lewis’ Out of the Silent Planet.

          I don’t hate you. Either individually or groupally. ;)

          • I know, dear Sharon. I’m just messin’ with you. And please continue to use whatever words you deem necessary. You are right that we should resist the co-opting of our language, even if it means that we have to stifle our nausea sometimes. :)

  4. Craw63 says:

    Just read this in this article, is it another lie from team skittles?
    It says he was holding a bag of skittles and an ice tea. Was there any actual tea and skittles found near the scene?

    • tara says:

      Not according to the police report. Crump or someone else on Team Skittles claims that they have video from the 7-11 showing that TM purchased the items. It would be funny if he had purchased them but he consumed them on the way home. Poor Chad, no Skittles for him.

      • John Galt says:

        “It would be funny if he had purchased them but he consumed them on the way home.”

        The substances actually consumed by St. Skittles will probably show up in the tox report.

      • howie says:

        Or Chad got his Skittles when Thugvon dropped them off before running back to get the Z-Man.

    • Donnie B. says:

      I believe that Gilbreath testified that Trayvon did indeed purchase skittles and Iced Tea at the 7-11. The skittles were for Chad, No_Limit_JR

      • tara says:

        Yep, you’re right:

        Prosecutor De La Riando–He went to the 7/11 to buy Skittles and iced tea..there is a video to prove that?


        But we don’t know that he still had the stuff when he confronted Zimmerman.

  5. ZurichMike says:

    I am in awe, SD. Congratulations. Well done. Bravo! Bravissimo!

  6. ytz4mee says:

    Hilarious – and validating.
    For someone who claims to be so media savvy, once it’s on the innertubes, it’s there forever.
    The innertubes remember and it can always be found in archives somewhere.
    “I guess this means you’re not going to call?”
    When it’s on our front page, yeah, you can take that as a “No”.

  7. mkm19602000 says:

    Well, Well, Well, Mr. Julison you are a piece of work, aren’t you. Oh what a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive.

  8. CTDAR says:

    Thx SD and all for the relentless & methodical work you do for the truth.

  9. moe2004 says:

    Thank you for all this work and discovery, the MSM looks even worse daily.

  10. minpin says:

    The timing of the Treehouse hacking, and Julison’s scrubbing of his FB and website seem awfully curious to me. Is there any way that someone can do some Computer Forensics to determine who did the hacking?

    • John Galt says:

      And Dee Dee’s Twitter shields recently went up also. I think it is customary to batten down the hatches just prior to battle.

      • tara says:

        Awww, we can’t read her tweets any more? I stopped reading them a week or so ago, I really don’t think she’s part of the problem, she’s being used, and I felt weird looking at her communications. I pray her parents want to keep her out of the fray and they recognize Crump for what he is.

  11. Joel says:

    I think that Ryan is running a little scared. The judge could easily request anything and everything remotely connected to this death. Being a PR man for a dead man’s relative isn’t illegal. Putting up a false narrative and lying to Congress to get them to act on your behalf is. I doubt most of the Law Makers would back Team Skittles if they knew the piece of work T. Martin really is might blow up in their faces. During this season, Barack Obama and team need all the votes they can get.

    • tara says:

      I think Julison is afraid of the public in general, more and more of whom are finding the Team Skittles version of the incident suspicious so now they’re hunting for info. Keep depositing links or references to this web site in every post you make. Lead people back to this site so that they can do their own research.

    • Sharon says:

      I think part of what’s going on is that he’s simply feeling the fear and shame of personal exposure in a significant way, in addition to potential legal vulnerability. No one is comfortable having deep flaws exposed, and certainly not this publicly. He’s madly trying to sustain and save his business, and deal with the personal impact of light shining directly on his position. He’s a fairly young man and was probably chosen for his role in this as one who is dispensable if things go sour. If it hasn’t happened already, very soon he will discover he has absolutely no friend on either side. The racialists are not going to risk chipping a fingernail to help him.

  12. disgusted with julison says:

    Thank you Obama, Sharpton, Jackson, Crump, and JULISON. One only hopes someone goes for jail for the dishonesty, injury and death they have caused with their dishonest narrative of the TM story:

    I had heard that the Obama reelection strategy was to foment racial divides. This was probably the effort that was decided on as Florida is a swing state. Let’s hope it has the same lack of success as their Occupy campaign to divide through class warfare.

    I feel for George Zimmerman who has been pulled into both settlement fraud scheme (Crump) and a national reelection strategy (Obama)….all for being a responsible neighbor. By the way, GZ is Afro-Peruvian/hispanic….please add that to your next story pitch…perhaps you will save some lives. Thank you Mr. Julison for your awesome coordination of this. Know that you have blood on your hands.

  13. sidneytawl says:

    Ryan was the former Vice President of Communications for Bobbie Ginn. Bobbie G is now in much trouble and being sued for Fraud and more by lots of people. Vice President means he was head of the corp communications dept. most likely. He would have been the man in charge of making all the stuff needed to defraud the investors. Some details for bobbie G are available on a wiki page under the bobbie ginn if you don’t know who he is. He sponsored racing teams and pro golf tournaments. I would think it was through this employment that ryan made all of this contacts with the big media people.

    • John Galt says:

      Interesting. Julison’s prior familiarity with massive fraud litigation explains his eagerness to destroy evidence.

    • tara says:

      I know some companies where people who are fresh out of college are given “VP” titles. I wonder if Julison’s title at Ginn Resorts was bogus too.

  14. IamTheTool says:

    TM would be covering GZ’s mouth to prevent him from making any noise/yelling for help and thereby bringing attention to the situation. Then why would TM, as claimed by his parents (after earlier stating that it was not TM), be the one yelling for help? They just can’t get their story straight!

  15. BlueStateRepub says:

    Every single news outlet in America should be getting their TM info right here. New media, old media, print or TV…nobody else is even close to covering this story the way it’s covered here. Kudos to sundancecracker…you are Breitbart. We are all Breitbarts. I understand the completely corrupt, thoroughly discredited MSM ignoring these stories…Libs run from the truth like roaches from sunlight…but at the very least, every Conservative and Right-leaning site should be linking to these stories.

    • disgusted with julison says:

      I am not a PR guy, but have worked with the media extensively over the years and understand the game. The MSM will never come here. The fact is that they are lazy. They wait for a PR person to call them and pitch a story. If they like the pitch, they run with it.

      The days of true investigative media are gone. You pitch your story, they do little investigation into the actual truth, and run with it. That is why this story got blown way out of proportion – a racism pitch, support from the race baiters from the “black community”, pictures of grieving mom and dad, little boy carrying skittles hunted down and shot by huge gun toting white guy, etc. etc. I guarantee you that none of the MSM did any investigation on their own. Only since the bail hearing have you seen some real articles where the media has done some work (see Reuters article on GZ) and even the now quiet Al Sharpton has realized he really stepped into it with his conduct without questioning the spin by Mr. Julison and Crump.

      Mr. Julison, you owe it to America, the MSM, the people who have been injured or killed as a result of “Trayvon Rage” created by your false narrative, and George Zimmerman to pitch a truthful storyline about what actually took place. I am sure you read this page and these comments. Where is your conscience? Do the morally right thing and seperate from the race baiters and pitch the truth.

      • SharonK says:

        I agree in general… and yet was delighted and amazed at the Reuters story on Zimmerman. They actually expended shoe leather in two different parts of the country to get the back story. Rarely happens. It was an excellent piece.

  16. Menagerie says:

    No reason why Julison shouldn’t think he can edit his involvement. Liberals consistently rewrite or edit history to fall into their world view. The bounds of logic have no bearing for them.

    • “I have nothing to hide.”
      Liberal Translation: “I’ve covered my tracks in the past. I can do it again, suckers!”

      • Alternative Translation: “Conservatives are so stupid. The truth is what we say it is. Why don’t they get that?”

        • garnette says:

          Alternative Translation Two: “We believe all the stuff we are spoon fed by other liberals, so since we use transference on conservatives of course they will believe what we say the truth is.”

          • Alternative Translation Three: “Ok, even WE don’t really believe all the stupid crap we say we believe. But lying gets us free stuff! Ain’t gonna change!” :)

  17. recoverydotgod says:

    Better check Julison’s Facebook page again.

    He has posted 3 hours ago…

    “A number of my update posts have mysteriously disappeared, like this post about Trayvon Martin. I have contacted Facebook to ask them to dig into this.”

    • John Galt says:

      ““A number of my update posts have mysteriously disappeared, like this post about Trayvon Martin. I have contacted Facebook to ask them to dig into this.”

      Lucky they are backed up here. Julison can just link to this page.

    • mkm19602000 says:

      Oh My Goodness I was robbed, doesn’t absolve you of what you’ve written.

    • John Galt says:

      Look at the link to the CBS story on Trayvon that Julison recently posted on his Facebook page. Interestingly, the story is devoid of the usual Team Skittles race baiting narrative:


      • Donnie B. says:

        “March 8, 2012 8:51 AM Print Text
        Parents seek justice for unarmed son’s killing
        -1inShare0More EmailFacebookTwitterLinkedInDiggPrintDeliciousRedditStumbleuponGoogle BookmarksBy Mark Strassmann Trayvon “Trey” Martin (CBS)
        (CBS NEWS) SANFORD, Fla. – There’s a family inside a quiet subdivision in Sanford, Florida that is both grieving and frustrated. Their unarmed teenage son was killed here – and they can’t understand why the gunman is still free when he has admitted pulling the trigger.

        “He was lying in this area,” Tracy Martin tells CBS News, pointing to the patch of grass where his teenage son was shot dead 10 days ago.

        Trayvon “Trey” Martin, 17, lived in Miami. He loved horses, and dreamed of becoming a pilot.

        The high school junior was visiting relatives last month when he was shot and killed inside this gated subdivision of town homes.

        “He meant the world to me. He meant the world to his mother,” says the young man’s father. He and his wife were to give a news conference later Thursday to discuss the case.

        Around 7:00 p.m. on February 26, Martin was walking back from a 7-Eleven a half-mile away where he had bought an iced tea and a bag of Skittles.

        At 7:17 p.m., 26 year-old George Zimmerman, a neighborhood watch member, called police to report a suspicious person inside the gated community. A dispatcher told Zimmerman police were on the way and to let them handle it.

        Just two minutes later, six neighbors dialed 911 to report a fight – and then a gunshot.

        Trey Martin, shot once in the chest, lay dead on this walkway just 70 yards from the home where he was staying. He was unarmed.

        “He was up here to relax. He wasn’t up here to return home in a body bag. That’s the part that tears me up,” says his father. “And for me not to be able to save his life is hard.”

        He was wasn’t visting to relax, he was shipped off to the Dads because he was on hi 3rd suspension from school.

        • CTDAR says:

          & the oh so protective father want even home and didn’t report son missing till next morning.
          Can’t have both ways daddio

          • tara says:

            I’m not sure which is worse, coming home at 10:30pm (as Tracy claims), finding Trayvon gone, and going to bed anyway without bothering to locate him ~OR~ coming home the next morning.

        • Enough says:

          Save his life? He was only at your house because his thug ass was suspended from school…again….yet you could not be enough of a parent to stay at home and insure he was disiplined. What a total bag of shit “dad” is. He and the so called mother need hauled in on child neglect charges.

    • Enough says:

      He prolly deleted them and is now trying to throw people off in hinting that he was hacked.

      He’s nothing more than an ingrate. I would say he should be ashamed of himself but those people feel no shame.

    • minpin says:

      Sounds about like Spitzer saying that his phone just accidentally took a picture of his privates when it was in his pocket. LOL

      • Sharon says:

        And Sandy Burglar had his pockets full of classified documents when he left the National Archives or somewhere back in the Clinton years. It was awful: apparently the docs were jumping off the shelves and stealthily pursuing him up and down the aisles between the stacks. As I recall, some of them even got in his socks. It was downright frightening.

      • tara says:

        Remember that Puerto Rican politician who posted explicit pictures of himself (shot from behind) on a gay website? He said he was “documenting his weight loss”. :)

      • garnette says:

        Speaking of those things aren’t we close to the 1 year anniversary of Weiner’s tweeted photo where he said his account had been hacked?

  18. Donnie B. says:

    60 minutes needs to do a piece on this.

  19. sidneytawl says:

    I used to work in a corp communications dept for a Fortune 500 company. I still work with and for the media. You have to do things in those departments that you would not like to do, because you are working to promote the image of the company that employs you. However what you are doing Ryan is beyond the pale, and a lawyer could probably find lots of intentional conduct that you could be held responsible for, and since you are the company, you can be held liable. Having an LLC is not a protection against this personally Ryan. Why, you ask, because all the lawyer has to prove is that you as a professional should have known that your conduct and activities in this matter involved you doing things that a professional in the industry would know is unprofessional conduct and could be illegal.

    Say goodbye that nice house Ryan and along with your bank account is what I hope for, you prick

  20. disgusted with julison says:

    Wow, this guy really gets around. I wonder which address Spike Lee will be posting soon for the masses to hunt him down:


    Ryan, are you starting to feel the same as what you have done to George Zimmerman? Problem is, George was smeared by you and Crump (who continues to comment and attempt to smear when interviewed). No one has smeared you Ryan, people want you to be accountable for your conduct.

    I hope that when this is all done, you and Crump show up as John Does 1 and 2 in the defendants list in George Zimmerman’s lawsuit against ABC, NBC, and other media that have participated in this sham….and after discovery you are brought into the case.

    That Trayvon Martin is dead is a tragedy. It would have been whether the youth was white, black, yellow, purple, or pink. Like GZ, the Martin’s have my condolences and I feel sorry for their pain. To exploit this as a “white on black” racial profiling crime has caused many to be injured or killed. And, when GZ is acquitted, it is going to cause even more. How are you going to walk this back Ryan?

    • barnslayer says:

      I agree with your comments about Julison. I disagree with those on Martin. He was a predator. The world is better off without him. It’s too bad for Zimmerman that the event has sidetracked his life. Hopefully that will be temporary. Regarding Martin’s parents. You might be feeling more pain over this than them. They were obviously lacking as parents and seem only concerned with filling their pockets.

      • Enough says:

        I some-what agree with your comments on Martin. However, I blame his “parents” more than anyone. They failed. Allowing a 15 year old to get tats and gold teeth? And what really chaps my ass is the very same people that tell all of us “racist conservatives” not to profile roll up their windows and lock their doors when they see a Trayvon walking down the street.
        I hate liberals because I hate hypocrites.


        • Enough says:

          This reply was to slayer. And some-what was an under-statement. I agree with your comments about St. Skittles but also put a great deal of blame of the festering sores he had for parents.

          • barnslayer says:

            Okay, we overlapped posts. I agree. His parents were not only AWOL they suck as human beings.

        • barnslayer says:

          I’ve heard first hand… while discussing possible tax hikes… This limousine liberal says if we don’t give them (blacks) the money via taxes, they (blacks) will just come into our neighborhood and steal it from us. Racist, appeaser, liberal.

          What about Martin himself do you feel sorry about?

          • Enough says:

            If your post was to me….

            I feel bad for any kid that is raised by ignorant, POS, no-teaching parents…don’t care the color.

            As for them coming into neighbor-hoods….they don’t have the nut to come into a neighbor-hood like mine. They will steal and burn their own “hoods” because of the yellow stripe down their backs.

            • barnslayer says:

              Enough, I guess if you assume that all children are innocent until poisoned by their environment then I would understand. I’m a bit more cynical. I believe there are some bad eggs that will become bad adults regardless of that upbringing. (This is not to remove Martin’s parents from blame, just besides).

              The mobs seem to rampage in their own neighborhoods (which I just don’t get). The wealthy guy I was talking about lived in NYC so you can see what he meant. Even in my liberal suburb they would not get far. Should I buy a night scope?

    • minpin says:

      The Martin parents don’t deserve any pity or sympathy. Before TM was even buried, the father had already lawyered up, and started participating, along with the mother, in putting out the whole race baiting meme. They willingly went along with the Julison blueprint, which would have never worked without their willing participation. They are as guilty as Julison and all their enablers.

      • Enough says:

        And where did this happy horse-shit about him wanting to be a pilot come from? What, a pilot of your car after he car-jacks your ass?


        If I ever walked on a plane and my pilot had gold teeth, I would walk right back off and hit the nearest bus station.

    • Sharon says:

      disgusted with julison…the link you attach has several addresses. It illustrates a point that, indeed, the man gets around. I hope that no one reading here knows exactly which address he might be using at the moment…. Lots of reasons I never want to act like Spike Lee.

      • tara says:

        I was just thinking that Julison is safe even if we were parked outside his home. Why? Because we’re not violent. We’re not the ones making death threats or engaging in beat downs. We just want the truth to come out, and we want the justice system to not be corrupted. But we know that beating and killing — or rioting! — wouldn’t achieve anything.

  21. ItsMichaelNotMike says:

    The press of other matters prevents my commenting now, but I will post to this article later. (That might be better since some in here have criticized the length of my comments (e.g., someone named Grizzley1234.)

    In any event, George’s funding site is up and I just made a donation. George, his family, and the O’Mara Law Group appreciate all donations, $5, $10, $25 it all adds up!

    I plan to donate $25 weekly just so that George can see I am not letting the pitchfork justice seekers or The Scheme Team get inside the fort.


    • minpin says:

      Michael I have no problem with the length of your posts, I love them. It’s like reading a really good book that you never want to end.

      I’ve read that the donation site is now up. I just have to wonder if the O’Mara FB page hasn’t run off many of the GZ supporters with deleting many many of their comments. Just checked in briefly on the donation article comments, and the Trayvon Martyr’s are out in full force, and there are few left there trying to defend GZ. I hope it doesn’t harm the amount of donations coming in. There are plenty of private people out there with websites requesting donations for medical expenses, legal defense funds and everything else. I never thought it was illegal.

    • Sharon says:

      ItsMichaelNotMike: love your posts. Length is not an issue. There’s a deely whopper on our mouses by which it’s possible to quickly scroll down through a long post if I want to get on to another one for some reason. It’s a really handy deely whopper, and numskull that I am, even I have learned how to use it fairly efficiently. Absolutely no worries.

    • MRM says:

      I appreciate your posts Michael, and agree with the others that the length is not a problem. Thanks for your input!

  22. mkm19602000 says:

    I concur barnslayer. Sybrina is nothing more than a skank Ho and Martin is a male version of it. Trayvon couldn’t turn out any other way, God Bless Him. Ms Fulton and Mr. Martin you reap what you sow.

  23. zane says:

    Let’s face it; the lies stated the very day after the shooting when Tracy Martin, and his girlfriend, Brandy Green, gave an interview to FoxOrlando.

    Here is the link:


    Please, watch the video. Watch as Brady Green tells the reporter that Trayvon was sitting on the porch and “this man just came up and shot him.” She was lying, the very day after the shooting.

    Now, perhaps someone could tell me why the parents of TM have been represented as a “family” when the parents are divorced, have different names and live in different towns. And Tracy Martin’s girl friend, Brandy Green, is now nowhere to be seen.

    • Enough says:

      John will be huge in this. He backs up what GZ is saying.

    • minpin says:

      I’ve wondered how Brandy must have been feeling seeing her “fiancee” parading across the country with his ex, as the aggrieved parents who lost their beloved son. There was a picture of them leaving the courthouse after GZ was granted bail, and they were almost running down the street, holding hands, and looking very very PO’d. I’m sure it is all a charade, designed by Julison, to portray them as a loving couple who suffered a great loss at the hands of a racist evil person.

      Wouldn’t it be real justice if Brandy turned and became a defense witness?

  24. ItsMichaelNotMike says:

    One more thing to add to what Julison’s latest actions prove:

    Remember the allegation that someone, either the parents, lawyers, or friends, scrubbed the Net of all unflattering material related to Trayvon’s past, including social page postings, crude pics, pics of tattoos, a gold grill, Trayvon talking about having sex, etc.

    Well, last week or so I speculated that it was Julison who did the scrubbing.

    Seems to me Julison’s current scrubbing is evidence that he is fully aware of the concept, technique and the importance of cleaning up the trail.

    I guess Julison did not read my comments posted in here, where I provided links to all the screen captures of his pages, that even I have. If I have the stuff, how many hundreds of other people do? Can Julison be that stupid or is he that freaked out and running for cover because of incoming.

    • Enough says:

      He’s just that stupid.

    • minpin says:

      Hi Michael- Good to see you. You’ve been scarce for a few days.

      Didn’t you just love reading that Julison claimed someone else removed his posts from FB, and that he was contacting FB to see what happened?

      You might want to send your saved screen caps to him so that he can repost his mysteriously disappearing comments. LOL

    • Sharon says:

      When we see the dates of Julison’s former employee with the resort–he really has not been an individual PR guy for very long. Less than three years. And since he’s already in his own office setup, etc. that says he has no compadres around, either for counsel from older, more savvy PR folks or for being protected/supported in a genuine public scrap. Smart PR agencies would NEVER allow the kind of crap to be published or go on FB that he has been doing habitually since he opened his doors. He’s an amateur…so your last line….stupid or freaked out/running for cover: I think it’s both.

  25. SurlyVoter says:

    It’s not going to just go away Julison. No matter what the outcome is, you have been exposed.

    • Enough says:

      About now, he is wishing it would go away. He never planned on having to go against SD.

      • minpin says:

        Don’t forget that the whole Pigford fraud has been re-opened for everyone to see again also.

        You never know what is going to happen once the genie comes out of the bottle, and just like toothpaste, you can’t put it back in the dark tube to hide.

      • Sharon says:

        And all SD is doing is saying what is so. Light. Truth. Powerful stuff.

  26. ItsMichaelNotMike says:

    Remember, follow the money, follow the motive. If you put yourself into the minds of Crump and Julison, and others, you can easily figure out how all this went down.

    I keep saying the words “conspiracy” and “fraud” – while those may seem dramatic, they are accurate to describe what went on between Crump and Julison.

    Remember how these guys work, it is all about making money. Nothing wrong with that, after all PR firms and law offices are businesses, everyone has salaries to pay, office lease payments to make. But the incentive to make money is what causes these people to cross the line.

    IMO they all used the grieving Martin family (who wanted answers and for heads to roll, not necessarily money) as the vehicle to make money, millions.

    Crump retained Julison for one reason, contacts.

    Prior to Julison’s involvement the media was not interested in the Trayvon – Zimmerman story, despite Crump’s, et al. efforts. Crump thought “what the hell, maybe Julison with his contacts can get media interest (aka make this into a money-making case).

    Trouble was, Julison connections were not all that significant. This is because, as he knew, national media gets pitched stories from pitchmen/PR guys all the time, by the thousands every day. There’s those stories, plus what actually happens in the news.

    This reality (it is damn difficult to get the media to cover your story) is why Julison, in conspiracy with the Martin family lawyers, set about to defraud the American public into shaking their fists and raising their pitchforks.

    Julison is so deep into this I would investigate to see if he received illegal payments from Crump, and on this case, the unwritten promise to share in the money, if any is made. (Here in California it is illegal for an attorney to split or share fees with anyone who is not a lawyer, or if a lawyer, that the client has been made aware of and how much money the other lawyer will get.

    In other words, any promises of payment to Julison (whether a fee for services, billing, bonus, or other ways to disguise illegal payments) would be unlawful.

    For example, I suspect Julison has his fingerprints all over this letter, he might have even assisted in drafting it.

    Have to run, more later.


    • minpin says:

      Very interesting letter Michael. Chris Serino, in a presser of some sort with Chief Lee, said that all of the evidence they collected, backed up GZ’s claim of self-defense. From what I’ve read, it was Tracy, after his meeting with the investigator the next day, who relayed his conversation to Crump. It has only been Crump who has shouted the story that Serino wanted to arrest GZ. I would not put it past Tracy or Crump to invent lies, and turn it into a he said she said situation. It would be interesting if the Tracy/Serino police headquarters conversation was recorded.

      It was also interesting to read that the fed guy would ask Crump to report back any further evidence he may uncover, even though Crump had no evidence collecting, or investigative abilities. Wouldn’t the fed guy rely on what was being given to him by the police and prosecutors?

    • Sharon says:

      Wow. That sounds just like our boys when they were five and seven…..

      “My Mother, when I approached the room, my brother (with a leering glance at me) and with deliberate provocation aforethought, extended his foot across my pathway, causing me to stumble in a frightening manner. Although I had pleaded with him on many prior occasions to be most careful with all of your beautiful vases, in this instance, it was clear that he intended, with deliberate provocation aforethought, to knock out of my hands the irreplaceable vase I was carrying, which belongs to you and was supposed to be in the other room on the mantel where I had been told to leave it many times. Because of my great distress, I am memorializing the events of this tragic evening. Looking forward to watching you deliver justice to my brother. Your loving son.”

      …..not. Even five year olds with a conscience wouldn’t be that shameless.

      • tara says:

        I just noticed that Crump’s desired charge was manslaughter (visible at the bottom of that document). I’ll bet he was pissed off when Corey indicted GZ for second degree murder. Crump might be a personal injury hack, but you know he knows the difference between the two.

    • ItsMichaelNotMike says:

      Warning: the below is not what happened, I am just assuming for the sake of argument that the content of Crump’s letter to the Dept. of Justice was somewhat accurate. (I agree with State Attorney Wolfinger, it is a pack of lies.)

      Another interesting aspect to all this, even if the “lead investigator” wanted Zimmerman charged (he did not), SO WHAT! In any organization there’s differing opinions. Some people say “do this,” others say “do that.”

      I’m sure Crump experiences this process every day in his office. As I teach students, put 10 lawyers in a room, give them each the same task of writing a letter to achieve a desired result, you are going to get 10 different letters, with each lawyer defending his or her way of composing the letter.

      It is the same with case strategy. Those same lawyers told to come up with a way to resolve a case, you are going to get 10 different ways to go about a resolution. Some will say try to settle the case first, through letter writing, others will say to simply file the complaint and serve it, to show the other side you mean business. And yet others will say no letters should be sent or lawsuit filed, it is a lousy case and the office should not take it.

      In all these scenarios there’s someone who ultimately makes a decision. Sometimes decision makers ask for input and recommendations. But ultimately it is the bosses who make the decision on what to do.

      The point is that even if Serino (the chief detective) opined that he did not believe Zimmerman, (something he never said, Crump is just lying), that was simply his opinion, somethings that his superiors were free to disagree. Again, assuming Crump’s narrative set forth in the letter is accurate (it was not) apparently his bosses determined that there was not enough evidence to charge GZ or that it was a valid exercise of the SYG law.

      As the saying goes, who died and made detective Serino the boss over the State Attorney or Chief of Police. (pun intended on the “who died” part of the comment). The decision to not charge Zimmerman was a valid exercise of the authority these people had in the matter.

      In other words, it was not Serino’s decision to make. The limit of his authority was to investigate the matter, write a report and submit his findings to his superiors to make the call.

      Sidenote: Crump in his letter supports the above concept. Note where he says that the State Attorney and Chief of Police overruled Serino’s “recommendation.” That begs the question, recommendation to who? And it was only a recommendation.

      Crump’s letter admits that Serino’s job was to make recommendations to his superiors and the State Attorney. (I am NOT conceding that Serino’s job description included any such task, making recommendations to his superiors and prosecutors). Of course, nowhere in the letter does he say that Serino was the boss and that the Chief of Police and the prosecutor had to “obey” his recommendations. (How stupid does that argument sound.)

      Crump’s letter is below stupid. It is significant evidence of the conspiracy to defraud insurance companies and government entities. The letter is a smoking gun of Crump’s MO.

      Lie to federal law enforcement to get their involvement, the goal being to use the federal investigation to bolster his false narrative to the public, where there is smoke there is fire and to put pressure on the insurance companies and govt. entities to settle early, for millions.

      By the way, this is an old lawyers trick, to use law enforcement investigations to instill fear in those with deep pockets, so that they are motivated to settle a case.

      Sidenote: Nothing that Crump did in regards to all this is protected by the attorney/client privilege. So any communications he had with others (such as the PR guy Julison) is subject to discovery.

      I just know there’s some e-mails out there, between Crump and Julison, that say something like “If we can get the fed to at least say they are investigating Zimmerman, the police dept., and State Attorney, that might motivate their insurance companies to settle early and for big money.” And I can envision an e-mail from Crump saying “I will draft a letter that should motivate the fed to get involved. If nothing else, the letter will look good in the press because coming from the media, people will believe what I say in it to be true.”

      I look forward to Crump being deposed and Zimmernan’s lawyers going just how he came up with the content of that letter. And he can admit to his ulterior motive in sending it (money) And it would be a hoot to establish at the time he composed it that he did not have any facts or evidence to support anything that he said in it. He did not know if there was a meeting, he did not know the results of Serino’s investigation, he did not know who was present, and where. He did not know if George’s dad was in the building, much less which part and at what time. He did not know what George’s dad said, if anything, and to whom.

      Crump did not know who recommended what to whom, and I doubt he was in the loop of anyone’s circle, to where anyone was obligated to tell him anything. After all, he had no standing or authority, to where anyone law enforcement had to keep him apprised.

      Because of all of the above, it is clear to me that in deciding to send the letter Crump made a conscious decision, probably in conspiracy with Julison and others, to fabricate events and make false statements to assure federal law enforcement would open a file on Zimmerman.

      Update: May 6, 2012: Whatever happened to the Fed investigating this matter. We heard an announcement that the Fed would open a file on the controversy and nothing has been said since. I suspect the Dept. of Justice simply wants this to quietly fade into the sunset, it having confirmed Crump is a liar and that it too has been had by Crump’s machinations.

  27. kinthenorthwest says:

    Before 2008 I didnt realize how people manipulated websites for their own purposes…
    As certain pieces of information about Obama were discovered in the 2008 election, the race to whitewash websites of those around him became really weird…Among the sites that I remember being white washed were the Black Panthers, Obama’s African’s uncles site and Reverend White’s site…There are many more. Before the election was over, many realized that if you read something on the web, just capturing the website was not enough, you needed to capture the website.

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  29. sidneytawl says:

    A quick look at all those houses linked to with Ryan listed as owner might be for sale/rentals. I only looked at a few and one of them is for sale and is now a SHORT SELL. Only banks working with the owner who is behind on the payments does short sells. Heh heh, and the reduction for the short sell is 40k, lol, high priced stuff huh, some of it is, and I quit looking halfway down. And an interesting thing is when I put in to google the name of one of the streets and addy for a zillow, ASASH or something like that. Google told me it wasn’t available because of the digital copyright act, I tried several Times and got the same response.

    Ryan might be in a little financial trouble also. Bought high and is now in a liquidity trap, and the market is slow slow slow. The bobby ginn model perhaps, floating money perhaps via real estate.

    If you total up the values of those homes currently it ain’t chump change he is on the hook for.

    Ryan you didn’t fall for all those Courtrywide adds for those liar loans/ zero down/ balloon payments did you, you did, good.

    May you be as down on your luck and in debt as much as you were trying to scam from Zimmerman and the rest of the targets for civil suits, then add a 1,000,000 Times more to that total, and that would be a good start for your CIVIL punishment.

    • minpin says:

      Didn’t I read that Fla. was one of the hardest hit with the drop in housing values, and the number of underwater mortgages?

      I knew a lady who lived in Delray Beach, which is not far from Boca Raton, and Orlando, who was 87 when the housing costs were at boom level. She had filed for bankruptcy years before, but a bank gave her a $60,000 mortgage on her condo. Her only means of support was SS. She died two years later. The mortgage wasn’t from Countrywide, but I’d bet it was backed by Freddie Mac or Fannie.

      Perhaps Julison’s loans were/are backed by Freddie or Fannie.

      • garnette says:

        Look at how the value of the homes in the complex where this happen have gone down in the past few years. On top of it, I bet that there were a lot of bad loans put on the properties that really make them underwater.

  30. sidneytawl says:

    Most of Countrywide, B of A, and other have already been stuffed onto the taxpayer via Freddie/Fannie. Another whole scandal that the media conveniently avoids also. Doesn’t matter who owns the loans, if its a short sell its the mortgage holder that has to approve it, because it means the sell is for less than what is on the loan. This also doesn’t mean he gets to skate on the loss, I believe IRS law might want to claim what he didn’t have to pay on the home as INCOME and he will have to pay taxes on what they determine is his GAIN from the sell of the house.

    I just figured a figure like Ryan while working with BG would have run across the TAN MAN, and gotten one of those sweet deals he was giving to the members of congress too, or maybe not, he just doesn’t understand money, markets, and that bubbles pop.

  31. joesgeo says:

    Just gave $15 to the GZ legal defense fund.

  32. tara says:

    I forgot that it was Julison who was involved in “correcting” Sybrina Fulton’s initial description of the shooting as an accident …

    In an interview Thursday morning on NBC’s TODAY show, Sybrina Fulton had said: “I believe it was an accident. I believe that it just got out of control and he couldn’t turn the clock back.” 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.”


  33. When you visit Julison Communication’s Facebook page the transparency of his endeavors now to control his public image is obvious. Indeed he will volunteer to deliver sweaters sewn from his own hair to homeless kitten shelters, and blah, blah, blah……

    This is his forte’, his area of professional expertise. But he doth protest way, way too much. To anwer his question:

    No Ryan, no. Other people have not experienced having specific posts that shed them in the most negative of lights being accidently deleted, while simultaneously not touching those posts that are less damaging.

    No Ryan, NO. I doubt that anyone in the world has experienced FaceBook cyber intelligence having the exact same congnitive brain synapses fire simulatenously to synergize an outcome exactly the same as your brain would produce.

    That is indeed remarkable. Beyond remarkable. It’s statistically IMPOSSIBLE and you are a total moron for thinking people would actually buy that argument. But you must keep selling it, I mean after all it makes so much sense, no?

  34. As I have often said…. Communists LIE!!

    They must lie, they must rearrange, edit, reconfigure, dilute, and change everything they are involved in constantly. For the communist’s like Julison this is normal, it’s acceptable, it’s commonplace. His entire world is made up of liars, racists, mooches, leeches, the dishonorable and criminals. It’s no real supprise he is exactly like them, and is gleeful when they feel he can edit reality to suit their purpose.

    Julison took down his post’s, he removed them, he knows he did it… BUT that interfeers with “the lie” that must be told. Just like his idols Wilson, Goobles, Hitler, Mao, Jones, and the occupy thugs, it’s “the lie” that is important. I wouldn’t doubt for one second that they are already planning the next wave, the “new lie” which will replace the “old lie” when the violence they are pushing for comes.

    Lying about events, people, or the absolute concrete evidence is all that really matters. Reality MUST be edited to suit their vision and delusion. Racism MUST be created where it isn’t, and victims MUST be created when there are none.

    Our little commie Ryan knows this, it’s why he exists, he is just a foolish pawn in the grand design, THAT is one thing he lacks the mental acuity to grasp though. His payoff will come, he will get his reward for being a loyalist of the party eventually. Unfortunately when he get’s pulled off the truck in some wide open field it will be much to late to “edit reality” for him just as it will be for the thugs like trayvon, the occupiers, and the fools in the newsrooms who continually repeated the lie.

    Violence from us is never needed, communist will ALWAYS eat their own first.

    • Sharon says:

      Your phrase “edit reality” is perfect….and gives expression to what these yahoos are trying to do most of the time. I can’t imagine the energy it takes to live that way, but it’s what they have to do. Makes me feel a little ashamed of myself (NOT!) for not having the chutzpah to live two lives simultaneously: (1) reality and (2) edited reality. Every day. Day after day.

      No wonder progs are so cranky all the time: they’re plumb wore out and never have a moment’s peace. Too much to do–Editing Yesterday’s Reality never ends.

      So gonna use that phrase!

  35. Aoife says:

    A big yippee ky yay to all of us and any one else who didn’t buy the official narrative. I had confirmation this afternoon that there is a quiet but growing groundswell of support for GZ and its converse–a growing anger at the manipulations and lies of Team Skittles. We need to keep hammering away at the lies. The truth will out!

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  37. sybilj says:

    Was this posted yet?


    Julison Communications ·
    Yesterday at 11:35am · .

    Still haven’t heard back from Facebook regarding a bunch of my posts dropping. Has anyone else ever had this problem?

    • No Ryan, no. Other people have not experienced having specific posts that shed them in the most negative of lights being accidently deleted, while simultaneously not touching those posts that are less damaging.

      No Ryan, NO. I doubt that anyone in the world has experienced FaceBook cyber intelligence having the exact same congnitive brain synapses fire simulatenously to synergize an outcome exactly the same as your brain would produce.

      That is indeed remarkable. Beyond remarkable. It’s statistically IMPOSSIBLE and you are a total moron for thinking people would actually buy that argument. But you must keep selling it, I mean after all it makes so much sense, no?

  38. What is funny is that he reposts a post as having been dropped but further down his page that same post is there LOL. Why in particular would FB drop only those posts pertaining to TM?? silly.

    • Sharon says:

      Habitual liars have a terrible time keeping all the lies and obfuscations straight. It’s hard to do. It really is. ;)

    • John Galt says:

      If you read the CBS story in the link on the remaining TM post on Julison’s FB book, it doesn’t contain the usual race baiting narrative. So, according to Julison, FB miraculously spared the non-incriminating post, while deleting numerous incriminating posts. Hopefully karma eventually delivers a subpoena to FB that will authoritatively answer the question as to exactly how Julison’s posts were “dropping”.

  39. ItsMichaelNotMike says:

    I posted this in another article, but I feel it important to get this evidence out here. I am posting it everywhere. Relevant to this article, note that the letter is dated March 26, 2012. Read into the timing as you will, but I question:

    - Around the time that this letter went out (see in the letter where it says that the NAACP would not be the only recipient of the letter) did anyone back off on the racist angle? I suspect not. This makes the conspiracy even more evident, IMO.

    - Note that AFTER this letter was distributed, Crump sent his April 2 letter to the Dept. of Justice, intimating a police cover-up, collusion with the State Attorney, and that George Zimmerman was a racist who gunned down an unarmed black child (Crump’s letter confirmed a prior meeting with the Dept. of Justice and also addressed it to the Civil Rights division).

    - I wonder if the Dept. of Justice got a copy. If so, what effect did it have on the investigation. Did anyone question Crump about his letter and ask if he got a copy of it.

    - Did Julison get a copy, or was he made aware of it?

    - Did MSNBC, Al Sharpton and others get a copy?


    OK, here is the post I made in the Tips section:

    I just found this on the Net, during my research. It is a March 26, 2012, anonymous letter from a “concerned Zimmerman family member” to Clayton Turner of the NAACP, telling him about George’s heroic acts on behalf of the homeless black man, back in January 2011. If this was already discussed on here, sorry, it is news to me.

    It is an interesting read, especially if it is from George.

    A few comments:

    - I wonder if it is George.

    - I wonder if O’Mara knows about it.

    - I see this as a great move.

    - Note that attached to the letter is a copy of the flyer Zimmerman distributed on to cars and elsewhere, that could be described as aggressive advocacy by Zimmerman ON BEHALF OF BLACK PEOPLE.

    - Note the letter says on page 2: “I will not be providing my name because all of our family is in hiding and frankly scared by the threats from the black community.” How sad is that.

    - If the letter is not from George, I like that this letter shows the Zimmerman family is rallying around George and they are on the offensive.


    And for the web crawlers and record, here some other evidence of George’s zealous advocacy on behalf of black people.







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