The Bloom Is Off The Ruse….. But The Scheme Team Cannot Stop Lying ! Nor can their supporters….

The gig is up – The scheme is exposed – Their entire false story is coming apart at the seams schemes. – But they continue to lie to the bitter end – That is the story of the Trayvon Martin Family and Family Attorneys (Crump, Jackson, Parks et al).   All they know is lying – They have invested themselves so much in the false story they cannot even cognitively tell the difference between their lies and the Truth.    Unfortunately, the same holds true for their simple-minded, sheeple supporters.   

Consider – Their Latest Claim: “they did not align with the Black Panthers”. 

Whoopsie – Um, well lets take a look at this, shall we:   The capacity of the Trayvon Martin supporters and Scheme Team to boldly lie is quite staggering.    The latest *cough* claim from the schemers is their protestations that the Martin Family and family Attorneys did not support the New Black Panther Party.

This claim of “non-support” or “non-alliance” with the Black Panthers is actually quite representative of how far they will go to sell a story of fabrications, falsehoods and lies.   It does not take our site to diminish their credibility, and expose their LIES - it just takes their own lying words and your eyes to bear witness.  

And what do you think is on that flyer the Black Panthers were handing out with the Martin Family, Benjamin Crump, Daryl Parks, Natalie Jackson, Ryan Julison, Al Sharpton, Ben Jealous etc.  e.t.c….

Nice huh ?  Yes, that is Tracy Martin, Sybrina Fulton, Benjamin Crump, Daryl Parks and all the other members of the aforementioned “scheme team” and professional race-baiting class committing a, wait for it, ……  FELONY. !   (March 22nd, 2012 – Ft. Mellon Park) 

Yes, I know it might be hard to believe, but putting a bounty on someone’s head calling for them to be killed is actually illegal.    Most already understand that, but unfortunately and apparently “some” (like the group above) don’t.   Or maybe they do, and they were just waiting for their pending arrest, and/or civil trial, to begin writing checks for the compensatory and punitive damages to their victim  George Zimmerman.

For the slow crowd  – But, but, but…. I thought Daryl Parks said the family did not support the New Black Panther Party.     Some might even point to:

In this video Attorney Daryl Parks rejects AND CONDEMNS the actions taken by the NBPP. Parks says “We do not condone it, in fact, we CONDEMN those people.”

http://ac360.blogs.cnn.com/2012/03/26/martin-family-condemns-shooter-bounty/

Alas, you see, in the honest, REAL, and even better, “LEGAL world”, you cannot say one thing then do exactly the opposite and NOT be a liar…. or,….. wait for it,…… Legally ACCOUNTABLE for your actions.

Standing on stage in front of the national media and proclaiming your active alliance with the Black Panthers while passing out flyers calling for the Death of a U.S. Citizen, because you oppose them – THEN to proclaim you do not, or did not, do such – is well, beyond silly;  and the activity of engagement is also, interestingly, ILLEGAL.

But this is where we Truth Tellers say:  Don’t take our word for it – Cue the tape:

Would you like to hear the audio of the threat too? Well, OK then:

Note to schemers and supporters of the scheme: There are about 200 different audio video versions of your Black Panther alliance…. ya’ know, just fyi – so you don’t embarrass yourself and keep, well, lying and stuff… ya’ know.

Whoopsie – Yes, you are definitely going to need that Legal Defense Fund you recently set up;  And yes you, along with your supporters who have engaged in previously illegal, and currently ongoing illegal, activity are going to need quite a bit of legal representation both for Criminal and for Civil Liability Trials.

The same holds true for the criminal and civil repercussions soon to be discovered by the various internet groups of like-minded affiliation.  ;)    More on that tomorrow…..

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94 Responses to The Bloom Is Off The Ruse….. But The Scheme Team Cannot Stop Lying ! Nor can their supporters….

  1. justfactsplz says:

    Even though I watched the coverage from the beginning I still catch something new every time I watch a clip or read an article. Do these people not realize what a trail of evidence they have left behind that will incriminate them? Sloppy, very sloppy. They cannot lie their way out of all of this documentation. I hope George sues all of them and seeks hate crime charges on them.

    • langoley says:

      And remember Goerge IS part black so that will get him a larger settlement,and the NBPP more time in a civil rights trial!!!

  2. gretchenone says:

    It is very heartening to see the truth come out.

  3. froggielegs says:

    Let’s not forget that little logo on the left that says “The Ordinary People’s Society” is run by Al Sharpton’s brother “Pastor” Kenneth Glasgow

  4. James F says:

    Funny how Crump, Parks, Martin, Fulton, and Sharpton never condemned the panthers when they where standing right there, a few feet away.

    Sharpton even brings up ‘provocateurs’ @3:25 but fails to mention the panthers as an example, or condemn their actions in any way.

  5. metrometeor says:

    Dat last paragraph…. ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooh maaang

    • jello333 says:

      Did the worst of the freakazoids (and I think we all know who some of them are) really believe they could do what they’ve been doing — for MONTHS now — and never be called to account? Seriously? I mean, if suits are filed, sure they might prevail in the end, or the case may be dismissed. But even in a best-case scenario for them, they WILL have to answer, they WILL have to appear in court and have their names entered into the official record, they WILL be out a lot of money for legal representation. Were they really too dumb to realize this, or did they just not care?

  6. Knuckledraggingwino says:

    I would point out that President Obama, AG Holder, Gov Scott, Atty Gen Bondi, SA Corey and SA BDLR are also complicit with this criminal conspiracy because they accommodated them by knowingly and intentionally engaging in a wrongful prosecution against GZ in their efforts to win the support of the AA community.

    Are you actually naive ennough to believe that these people will be held accountable by the legal system, criminal or civil, in Obama’s America?

    The only way that further travesties such as the GZ persecution can be averted is if patriotic Americans begin to view press conferences and rallies such as the one depicted here as a target rich environment.

    Welcome to Rowanda.

    • Chip Bennett says:

      At the state level, I could see this realistically going as high as AG Bondi. At the federal level, due to the failure to act on the illegal bounty, I could see this realistically going as high as AG Holder.

      But I’m not seeing how this legally touches either Scott or Obama, unless there’s some really incriminating evidence of collusion or obstruction.

      • AghastInFL says:

        Legally no; morally for inciting the escalation of the flawed investigation and subsequent prosecution yes, well at least IMO… but then I do believe people should individually be held accountable for their own actions.
        I do enjoy reading your comments Chip, always thought provoking.

        • Chip Bennett says:

          Well, we screwed the pooch nationally when we had the chance to hold Obama morally accountable. Now we get four more years of his acting stupidly.

          But I trust that the good voters of Florida will hold Scott morally accountable when he is up for re-election. (That is, if Florida can figure out how to run a clean election ;) )

          • jordan2222 says:

            Chip: I, for one, do not think we EVER “had the chance to hold Obama morally accountable.” The GOP has lost its way.,. by eating its own, failing to be consistent in forming a platform and even unable to pick a candidate for whom most Conservatives could support.

            Scott will be challenged in the primaries and I suspect he will lose.

            He should have never signed the prescription drug bill but many outside of Florida know nothing about it.

    • jordan2222 says:

      Maybe life is better there.

  7. James F says:

    @10:40 the head of the NBPP is on the stage rubbing elbows and shaking hands.

    • sundance says:

      Yes sir, and there are many, many more examples. In the moment you cite that is NAACP Ben Jealous at the microphone with the Head of the NBPP and the Scheme Team on full display. No distance.

      These video’s speak so loudly the judiciary and Jurors will not hear a word the “scheme team” is saying… Actions speak louder than words by an infinite magnitude.

      • jello333 says:

        And while I’m sure just about every member of the NBPP are scum of the earth, their “leader”… well, that dude is something special. He strikes me every bit as evil as any old-time KKK grand dragon.

  8. Angel says:

    “Whoopsie – Yes, you are definitely going to need that Legal Defense Fund you recently set up; And yes you, along with your supporters who have engaged in previously illegal, and currently ongoing illegal, activity are going to need quite a bit of legal representation both for Criminal and for Civil Liability Trials.”

    Oh snap!! It’s on!

    • doodahdaze says:

      The state will not bring criminal charges. They would expose themselves. It will have to be civil action

      • Angel says:

        “The state will not bring criminal charges. They would expose themselves. It will have to be civil action”

        I have a feeling that it’s out of the state’s hands if GZ civil rights were violated.

        • Angel says:

          Here is the Justice Department’s official definition:
          Hate crime is the violence of intolerance and bigotry, intended to hurt and intimidate someone because of their race, ethnicity, national origin, religious, sexual orientation, or disability. The purveyors of hate use explosives, arson, weapons, vandalism, physical violence, and verbal threats of violence to instill fear in their victims, leaving them vulnerable to more attacks and feeling alienated, helpless, suspicious and fearful.

          Based on that definition versus my subjective assessment of the matter, I would say an organization putting a bounty out that states “wanted dead or alive” fits the definition of a hate crime which is a violation of GZ civil rights. By definition, that would be a federal crime. Whether anything is done at that level remains to be seen.

        • langoley says:

          Amen,and remember,George IS part black after all!!! That will get him even more money,and the NBPP even more time in a civil rights violation.

  9. Angel says:

    My eyes could be deceiving me, but isn’t that the head of the NBPP on stage with Crump and them? If so, that could have only come be invitation only.

  10. ctdar says:

    Nice to see former NY Governor David Patterson next to Julison in top photo.

  11. Sha says:

    I alway’s say life has a way of coming back to bite you in the butt when you do wrong.

  12. dmoseylou says:

    John Mellencamp— “Crumblin down”
    “Some people ain’t no damn good”

  13. nomorebsplease says:

    Inundate Natalie Jackson and Ben Crump and those phonies with the youtube (tragic) video of Marley Lion. A true teen getting gunned down and, unlike this sham, the act is on video – it is black on white (so it doesn’t matter) and the shooter didn’t have a broken nose, bruised back of his head and didn’t call a NEN dispatcher admitting where he was and admitting seeing the soon to be victim.

    Funny how one story is a tragedy and this, like Benghazi, is worth sweeping under the rug.

  14. myopiafree says:

    Of course, they also maintain that “Saint” Trayvon, who MAJORED in “Cheerfullness”, could NEVER have “Swung” a Bus Driver, or for that matter have “Swung” on George Zimmerman. But let us check the record of this “life style” – of “Rap” and “Violent” people.

    http://theconservativetreehouse.com/2012/10/17/trayvon-swung-on-a-bus-driver-impossible/#comments

    For them is it OK to “lie” about Saint Trayvon – as they lie to themselves about this “Culture” – where no one wants to be honest about these “kids” – with parents who have abandoned them “to the streets”. That would be real honesty.

  15. obsidian53 says:

    No, nothing will be done about the perjury and threats with bounty placed on heads. These folks are of a protected ethnic group they will not be charged and if charged will never go to trial.
    I hear more about race war now than I ever have, some are eager for it.

    • brocahontas says:

      Kind of a self-defeating attitude you have there. You have to fight to change things. Don’t be so pusillanimous. .

      • Not Engaged says:

        Obsibian is simply a realist, in my opinion, not a self-defeatist. A agree, absolutely no repurcussions for any of the pro-Trayvon stuff. These guys are professionals and know how far they can push the nonsense without repurcussions.

        • Jello333 says:

          Sorry, gotta disagree. It’s true that Crump apparently had his game down pat before this one. But he seriously miscalculated this time… he SERIOUSLY messed up. Even Sharpton, who’s built his entire fame and fortune on pulling garbage like this, seems to be sweating things at the moment. No… once this didn’t end in a quick plea bargain and civil settlements, Crump, Sharpton, and others did a great big “OH OH!” And I think you’re also assuming something you shouldn’t: That the legal machinery will protect the conspirators. No doubt some members of that machinery will try to…. but there are probably many, many more who would love to see some people taken down. Just in Florida alone, I’ve heard many people who work within the system complain about how terrible this thing has been for the reputation of the legal profession in general (and it was already pretty bad to start with). You can bet that for every Dershowitz publicly declaring their disdain for the conspirators, there are a 100 others behind the scenes doing the same. Of course there’s always the question of someone as powerful as Holder stepping in and single-handedly protecting everyone. But if he does that, it’ll be crystal clear to the whole world what happened.

    • Thoughts of the NBPP King Samir Shabazz’ Philadelphia voter intimidation case & the outcome of that fiasco flash through my mind as I’m reading these comments. Shabazz was about to be sentenced when the DOJ intervened & ordered the charges be dismissed. Since dismissing the charges, multiple accusations have been made public that Obama’s Department of Justice is biased against white victims and unwilling to prosecute Black minorities for civil rights violations against Whites. We’re no longer equal under law, the Obama administration’s DOJ doesn’t enforce laws when the perpetrators are Black minorities & the enhanced hate crime statutes makes it nearly impossible for a minority to be charged/prosecuted for hate crimes against White Americans. I wouldn’t welcome a Race-War but I’m fed up with such an obvious corrupt gov. I’m getting closer to where I could welcome Civil War to save the U.S.Constitution & the USA… I have to agree with your assessment that no legal/civil repercussions will befall any of the Scheme Team (except Julison) or the State conspirators against George & Shellie Zimmerman. I can foresee the media corporations being sued for slander, libel & malicious character assassination because they’re expendable in the eyes of the Obama administration. I hoped those responsible would be held accountable but it appears the current administration is corrupt to the core therefore I’m not holding my breath awaiting truth & justice

      • John Galt says:

        “Thoughts of the NBPP King Samir Shabazz’ Philadelphia voter intimidation case & the outcome of that fiasco”

        + Fast & Furious – stonewalling / contempt
        + non-prosecution of CAIR terrorism financing
        + Blocking efforts to prevent illegal voting
        + Blocking efforts to enforce immigration laws

        DOJ will do nothing to Scheme Team. Any justice for Scheme Team will come from contingent fee lawyers.

    • jordan2222 says:

      You are correct about the coming race war. Read some of Fred Reed’s articles. Start with number 516.
      http://www.fredoneverything.net/

    • scubachick75 says:

      I agree with obsidian. They know this too and thats why they don’t care that they contradict themselves constantly. Sometimes I think it’s intentional. I hope I’m wrong!

  16. thefirstab says:

    “These guys are professionals and know how far they can push the nonsense without repurcussions.”
    IMO, this HAS been true, due to the White Guilt Syndrome (waiting for this to show up in the official Psych Journal) but in the recent past, this has changed a little to Awareness/Resentment of White Guilt Syndrome by those in this unprotected demographic. And the younger generation who have been raised on racial diversity are questioning why some are more “equal” than others for no reason other than skin color.
    I really believe these “professionals” had better think before they keep “pushing the nonsense” – this is going to result in pushback by those suffering the A/R symptoms of WGS. And civil rights from the ’60s does a turnaround.
    Disclaimer – I am not a mental health professional.
    Remember the term “going postal”?

  17. recoverydotgod says:

    Looks to me like helping with the money buckets…

    • Angel says:

      Dag, so blatantly obvious and to lie about not being associated with the NBPP? The NBPP head dude all but tripped over Crump trying to pass the money buckets!!

      • Angel says:

        correction: not to confuse others; the NBPP head man did not almost trip over Crump passing over the money bucket. He seems to be just passing them out.

    • lex says:

      nbpp warming up the crowd at the same rally. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tS6rdo_ukEc

    • Angel says:

      makes me wonder now, seeing the NBPP head man passing out the money bucket, was some of this money collected going to be used to pay the bounty for GZ.

      • recoverydotgod says:

        Here what the OS reporting was that night including that portion of the rally.

        Trayvon Martin: Thousands in Sanford park join Rev. Al Sharpton calling for ‘justice’
        By Jeff Weiner, Jon Busdeker and Martin Comas, Orlando Sentinel
        9:04 p.m. EST, March 22, 2012

        http://articles.orlandosentinel.com/2012-03-22/news/os-trayvon-martin-al-sharpton-rally-20120322_1_national-action-network-sharpton-crowd

        [snip]

        Sharpton, an MSNBC commentator, civil-rights activist and founder of the National Action Network, took the podium nearly an hour into the rally and stirred the crowd.

        [snip]

        Then Sharpton pressed the crowd to raise money for Trayvon’s cause.

        “I’m going to start off with $2,500,” Sharpton said, holding up a check. “Who’s next?”

        Then Sharpton announced that television personality Judge Greg Mathis donated $10,000.

        [snip]

        • Judge Greg Mathis is a convicted felon for possessing a weapon with illegible serial numbers that he used to shoot at Detroit Police. JJ got him released when Mathis’ mom was on her death bed, then got Mathis into U Michigan Law school. Strange because I’d never heard of an attempted cop killer/convicted felon becoming a judge prior to Greg Mathis.

          • jello333 says:

            Yeah… nice, huh? But let someone get caught with some weed, and he won’t even be able to go to college, let alone law school, because they won’t be eligible for financial aid. What a great system we have, eh?

      • jello333 says:

        Oh man… never thought of that. Wow

        • Angel says:

          “Oh man… never thought of that. Wow”

          Jello333: I think I need to put a qualifier on that post. It makes me wonder if the NBPP was getting a percentage of the money collected at these rallies. I guess they (NBPP) could come up with creative ways of how to use it. I doubt it would be used for a bounty though, now that I think about it.

          • jello333 says:

            Maybe not, but a good lawyer wouldn’t even have to present proof. Just show the bounty poster to the jury, then show them passing around the cans… “Now here you see them helping collect donations from the crowd. Maybe those donations were to be used to pay Trayvon’s family lawyers or something like that. But considering that bounty poster, and that the NBPP are helping collect the money, surely it’s fair to ask if maybe some of that money was gonna go toward that bounty.” (and yeah I know this would get objections)

    • eastern2western says:

      home depot? How ghetto could they be?

  18. maggiemoowho says:

    TM’s cousin Darrell Finley aka rapper Alyric had a photo posted of himself shaking hands with one of the NBPP leaders at a TM Rally and he commented about having to show some respect to the leader. He also commented about his Mother standing next to the leader. I took his comment about his Mother to mean she is a member, but I could be wrong. Once I find the link I’ll post it.

  19. There is a petition going around some websites asking Obama to initiate a federal investigation of a hate crime against Zimmerman. You can find it here: http://wh.gov/IXcy So far, they’re not even close to a 1000 signatures, let alone 25,000. Still might be good for some investigative work, considering the names listed as signatories.

    • truth says:

      Do those people not realize that the FBI has already performed that investigation and found nothing?

    • david says:

      That petition is being pushed by the usual nuts on Leatherhead and the dothprotest lunatic asylum.

      • jello333 says:

        And it’s full of lies and misrepresentations. If that was an “official” petition, like the kind they do in order to get a ballot initiative or something, it would be thrown out. I’m serious… that thing would absolutely NOT survive legal scrutiny.

    • aliashubbatch says:

      “So far, they’re not even close to a 1000 signatures, let alone 25,000. Still might be good for some investigative work, considering the names listed as signatories.”

      So Mickey Mouse and Adolph Hitler are present on this list I assume?

  20. nameofthepen says:

    Ha ha…this article absolutely rocks!

    That this whole farce ever got off the ground in the “America” I thought I lived in is just…mind-numbing.

  21. LittleLaughter says:

    http://usbacklash.org/msnbcs-al-sharpton-owes-1-million-debt-taxes-2004-presidential-race/
    Seeing that Sharpton has not been held accountable for this, I too, have my doubts about whether any of them will be held accountable for the tragedy of lies pertaining to George Zimmerman.

    • LandauMurphyFan says:

      “Seeing that Sharpton has not been held accountable for [unpaid taxes], I too, have my doubts about whether any of them will be held accountable for the tragedy of lies pertaining to George Zimmerman.”

      Even Al Capone couldn’t get away with unpaid taxes, but of course there’s one major difference between that case and this. The gov’t in those days actually **wanted** to nail Capone; but as long as Obama and Holder are running the country, Sharpton is protected by the colour of his skin. The current gov’t has awarded him (and Crump, and all that merry band) the kind of immunity that Capone could only dream about.

  22. smoothcriminal says:

    this just in: stock for scrubbing bubbles soars as the scheme team tries to scrub all these videos from the net

  23. eastern2western says:

    If zimmerman were truly a white skin, blue eyes, and blond hair pretty looking white boy, the media would probably treat the whole case differently. However, the photo of him in a jail suit made him look like bubba fat which helped the media to further infame the story.

  24. Bongo says:

    Why weren’t the NBP’s prosecuted for the Wanted Dead or Alive posters? This man was:

    http://articles.nydailynews.com/2011-08-02/news/29862425_1_california-man-boyfriend-third-charge

    Actually, I think I know why they weren’t prosecuted. It’s because they are some of U.S. Attorney General Eric (Gun Runner) Holder’s “People”.

    • sundance says:

      We have a leverage action here. In Virginia the Virginia Pilot beatings have still not been vetted, and the recordings of the 911 calls are still “protected” under pending investigation. I’m working on something that might be beneficial – the media refuses to act, but we still can. Even if alone.

      • flaladybug says:

        Sundance I am extremely grateful that you are still working on this. Although many incidents that have taken place because of the unbelievable way this entire situation has been handled has really bothered me, the outrageous situation in Virginia has continued to haunt me!!! I am truly in awe of you and all involved with the CTH for your ENDLESS work and commitment to truth and justice!!!!

    • recoverydotgod says:

      Many elected officials [Mayor Triplett, Rep. Brown, Atty. Wolfinger, Atty Gen. Bondi, Gov. Scott] and their appointees were very busy making politically convenient decisions on March 22nd [see link]….and, of course, President Obama would weigh in the next morning in the Rose Garden.

      Special prosecutor to probe Trayvon case; chief steps down
      By Michael Winter
      March 22, 2012

      http://content.usatoday.com/communities/ondeadline/post/2012/03/fla-city-manager-to-discuss-trayvon-martin-case/1#.ULVXyI7_TdI

      • jello333 says:

        Did you mean to put Wolfinger on that list?

        • myopiafree says:

          Hi Jello – Wolfinger should NOT be on the list. He was doing the RIGHT THING – take it to the Grand Jury and freedom for George. He knows that CRUMP LIES. He saw the fire-storm coming. Corey “trumped” his Grand Jury. There was not a blessed thing that Wolfinger could do to stop it. I don’t blame him at all. I am sure, as this winds down – he could write a book about this miss carriage of justice.

        • recoverydotgod says:

          Yes. Atty. Wolfinger was elected by the people, he was not appointed by another elected leader.

          I do understand he was under intense political pressure, but he did not have to do the bidding of the governor, another elected official, as far as I understand.

          Mark O’Mara’s presentation in court on Oct. 19th is interesting to listen to.

          • jello333 says:

            I’m not sure we’re talking about the same guy. I’m talking about the state attorney for Sanford. He was the one who originally recommended George NOT be charged, but was gonna put it before a grand jury. But then the governor appointed Angela Corey, who basically kicked Wolfinger off the case, and took it over herself. From what I know, Wolfinger was trying to do the RIGHT thing… which is why they had to get rid of him.

            • recoverydotgod says:

              We are talking about the same guy. When you are elected, you are elected to do the right thing at the time action is needed. When Atty. Wolfinger stepped off the case, he cleared the way for Gov. Scott’s appointment of Angela Corey. Atty. Wolfinger is now finishing out his term, and did not run for reelection in November.

              To me, the most disappointing part of the letter Atty. Wolfinger wrote to Gov. Scott is…

              http://www.sa18.state.fl.us/press/id/314

              “We will cooperate fully with the appointed state attorney to assure a smooth transition of the investigation and the April 10, 2012 convening of the Seminole County Grand Jury.”

  25. maggiemoowho says:

    The Million Hoodie site has many Events listed along with the names of guests who will attend or speak. The Nation of Islam is listed as taking part in most of the evens and Minister Tony Muhammad (any relation to NBPP Mikhail Muhammad ?) They also held a Call for Action Day (same as the NBPP’s call for action day) No Work, No School, take to the streets for justice.
    http://www.mhoodies.org/?page=1

    • maggiemoowho says:

      Al Sharpton, the NPBB and The Million Youth March.
      http://www.rpi.edu/dept/union/bsa/public_html/meetings/mym98.html

      • jordan2222 says:

        I recently saw a comment stating that hoodies are the black man’s response to white sheets worn by the KKK. It makes sense.

        • maggiemoowho says:

          I came across this article tonight while searching for some info and the author makes reference to that towards the end of the article.
          http://thecollegeconservative.com/2012/04/05/trayvon-martin-case-george-zimmerman-is-guilty/

          • jordan2222 says:

            What a great article.. The entire site is just superb. I had never seen it, so thanks.

            Interesting observation about hoodies:

            A friend of mine said it best, “70 years ago white men wore hoods, exploited tragedies to push political agendas, and were known for enacting mob justice. In 2012 many black liberals have taken to the streets in hoods, used a tragedy to push political agendas and have become synonymous with rioting and demanding mob justice. Congratulations, you have become the enemy!

          • nameofthepen says:

            maggiemoowho says: “http://thecollegeconservative.com/2012/04/05/trayvon-martin-case-george-zimmerman-is-guilty/”

            Wow! This lady will never make it into a career in journalism. The article was actually “fair and balanced”!

            Written on April 5th, and she had already exactly identified the malicious conspiracy to create a racial flashpoint with this case.

            Maggie, I also found the stuff in the embedded links very interesting:

            http://abcnews.go.com/US/trayvon-martin-death-friend-phone-teen-death-recounts/story?id=15959017

            ABC News was there exclusively as the 16-year-old girl told Crump about the last moments of the teenager’s life.

            (So, may I interpret “ABC News” as, a) “Matt Gutman”? Or, would I miss out, since the correct answer might actually be, b) “Ryan Julison”? Or, would it turn out to be, c) “both of the above”? :) )

            Trayvon’s phone logs, also obtained exclusively by ABC News, show the conversation occurred five minutes before police first arrived on the scene.

            (“Trayvon’s phone logs”?)

            The lawyer said he would give the details of the phone call to the federal investigation.

            “We’re going to turn this over to the Justice Department because the family does not trust the Sanford Police Department to have anything to do with the investigation,” said Crump.

            (I swear…the more I “know”, the more corn-fused I feel. :lol:)

  26. Knuckledraggingwino says:

    Just to put the death threat n perspective, I would call attention to the recent activities d a related group in the African-American community.

    http://nationalblackfootsoldiernetwork.blogspot.com/

    Of course I would also once again call people’s attention to the FBI-SHR data.

  27. jordan2222 says:

    Did anyone else receive this?
    New post onThe Last Refuge

    **** edited for content **** Clarity will come at a later date – Stay tuned :)

    Just hold tight a bit there Jordan

    /Sundance.

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