A Nation of George Zimmermans Awakened – Understand The Fraud – Post Verdict of Acquittal ….

We have not yet had true justice – We have merely stopped ONE aspect of injustice.  So long as these people remain in social, political, or legal power – No-One is safe from becoming the next George Zimmerman.

The Attention of A Nation Should Be Directed To The Fraud That Was The State Of Florida V. George Zimmerman:    These Are The People Behind the Justice For Trayvon Martin™ Scheme Team agenda:

Natalie Jackson, Benjamin Crump, Daryl Parks

It begins with Tracy Martin reaching out on February 28th to his sister-in-law attorney Patricia Jones, she in turn contacted Benjamin Crump from Parks and Crump law firm in Tallahassee. Crump contacted Tracy Martin February 29th and took the case March 1st.

Chasing that initial “contact angle” takes you into another insane web of interwoven associations. So I’m skipping it, but you can READ IT HERE.

Crump then contacted Orlando Attorney Natalie Jackson to begin the process of formulating the offensive strategy. Natalie Jackson is a Seminole County NAACP board member and serves as a member of the Legal Redress Committee. In addition Natalie Jackson’s mom, Francis Oliver, is a major activist and historian within the NAACP.

Matt Lauer (left) Ryan Julison (right)

Natalie Jackson and Benjamin Crump hire Media Communications expert Ryan Julison, who Jackson had previously worked with on the Sanford Sherman Ware case where they were able to extort leverage financial restitution from the son of a former Sanford Police Lieutenant; the son’s name is Justin Collison, and he was charged with beating Sherman Ware. In addition to money paid to Sherman Ware, Collison, the grandson of a very wealthy former federal judge, also paid off the NAACP. Ryan Julison ran the media campaign to support Ware.

While Julison went about pitching the racist white George Zimmerman murdering the innocent Trayvon Martin to the media, which he did very effectively, Benjamin Crump got in touch with his former cohorts from the Martin Lee Anderson case; namely Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, and National NAACP President Ben Jealous.

Zimmerman Family

The Zimmerman family quickly noticed the racist narrative being drawn and sold with reckless abandon on all the media, and they reached out to Sanford/Seminole County NAACP President Turner Clayton who they thought would support George Zimmerman from Clayton’s prior knowledge of how Zimmerman actively supported Sherman Ware within the black community.

However, if Clayton supported Zimmerman and admitted the non-racist knowledge, then he would be undercutting Natalie Jackson, who was, and is, a member of his board and now attacking Zimmerman.

So Clayton obfuscated and kept his mouth shut so he wouldn’t lose credibility within his own ethnic community, and most especially with the NAACP.

Ryan Julison continued selling his media pitch to multiple media outlets, and running cover for a few slip ups by Sybrina Fulton, such as when she said she thought the shooting was an accident. The frenzy was fierce and Julison kept chumming the media water.

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)

The narrative was aided by association. The same congressional district now held by Fredrica Wilson is hopefully being passed to Walter A Sutton the appointed Chairman for The Trayvon Martin Memorial Foundation. In addition Fredrica Wilson joined forces with Congresswoman Corrine Brown and initiated a congressional hearing with the full support of the NAACP from Broward and Seminole Counties. Both of whom pressured Sanford City Manager Norton Bonaparte to dispatch Police Chief Bill Lee thereby providing further ammunition for Benjamin Crump to litigate the city of Sanford.

In addition Sanford Mayor Jeff Triplett was backed against the wall and forced to compromise his position with the police chief or face the wrath of the local forces aligned within the NAACP. Triplett’s primary collapse under pressure was evident from his overriding of Chief Lee’s decision not to release the 911 tapes, and after a private viewing on March 16th with all anti-Zimmerman forces in his office he gave them everything they demanded.

Meanwhile NAACP President Ben Jealous, the Congressional Black Caucus, Civil Rights Activists Sharpton and Jackson were assisting Benjamin Crump and Natalie Jackson toward the goal of arrest, and financial reward.

But they had an ACE in their sleeve in addition to the race card on their lapel.

Charlie Crist (left) – John Morgan (right)

The ACE was John Morgan, from Morgan and Morgan Law firm. Within the law firm Morgan and Morgan sat Partner Greg Francis. Greg Francis was the constructive decision maker behind the Pigford Settlement between black farmers and the Federal Department of Agriculture. Connected both to Washington DC, the CBC, and Orlando, Florida. Coincidently Greg Francis had previously hired Ryan Julison to do the PR and Media Relations work for the Pigford Settlement.

Greg Francis

But more importantly, Greg Francis was Partners with John Morgan. Morgan is a HUGE democrat fundraiser, massive contributor, and he had just finished hosting a fundraiser attended by President Obama in Orlando, at the mega-mansion of NBA star Vince Carter. $30,000 / per plate to be exact.

In addition former Governor Charlie Crist works for Morgan and Morgan, and it was Charlie Crist who persuaded the Florida Legislature to pay off Benjamin Crump and the family of Martin Lee Anderson to the tune of $5 million from the State. The total cash haul from both city and state wrongful deaths lawsuits filed by Parks and Crump was over $7.4 million. The help of Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson, along with then Senator Barack Obama was instrumental in winning the award.

So with Benjamin Crump holding a firm connection to now ‘President’ Obama, and with John Morgan’s campaign money, and with Greg Francis’s Pigford Washington DC connections, along with the CBC and Sharpton/Jackson et al, in hindsight it was no surprise to see President Obama in the Rose Garden advocating for his donors, friends, and supporters.

Heck, I’ll bet Axelrod saw immediate campaign dollar signs from that little quid-pro-quo. A good investment indeed.

Meanwhile unknown to the rest of the world, because the inept and lame institutional media refuses to do just a little digging and research, massive forces are aligned to insure that George Zimmerman remains nothing more than an avenue for more power, greed and prestige.

Remember, from their monetary perspectives there was  so much more at stake in this one case than one man’s freedom. The credibility of everyone from the locals in and around Orlando all the way up to the Office Of The President are involved.

Just look at how many people are benefitting from this one Crumped Up Lie. It’s staggering.

https://endprostatecancer.wordpress.com/ NBA All-Star Legend Oscar Robertson speaks out to create awareness! Oscar not only sits on the board of the Foundation, he will also be the Honorary Chair of the Foundations Launch Gala on March 10th. We are so grateful for his help here at The International Prostate Cancer Foundation. In Partnership with Julison Communications and 2u Creative we have been working on a National Public Relations Campaign to promote the launch of the foundation and educate the public on some of the important facts of prostate cancer! -snip- Emcee of the Education Event, Greg Francis, left, Oscar Robertson (center), Dr. Vipul Patel (right)…

Note: http://orlandoweekly.com/news/happytown-1.1199193 For Orlando attorney Greg Francis – Julison’s (Pigford II) client and a ranking attorney within the army that is the Morgan & Morgan law firm]….most of the farmers are, according to Francis, from Mississippi, Alabama and South Carolina, with some scattered in Florida and others who decided there wasn’t much future in farming – mysteriously – and moved to Chicago and Detroit.

http://fightingprostatecancer.com/board.html Foundation Executive Board Mark Nejame Founder and Senior Partner Nejame, LaFay, Jancha, Ahmed, Barker & Joshi, P.A. CNN Legal Analyst

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

http://aba.ufalumni.ufl.edu/category/inthenews/ Panamanian-born Gregorio Francis was a Virgil Hawkins Fellow and Florida Blue Key Leadership Honorary. Also, a member of the Fredrick Douglas Moot Court Team and Publishing Editor for the Umoja Law Journal. Partner at Morgan & Morgan: After practicing law for seven years, Fracis joined Morgan & Morgan in 2001, as a partner, focused on medical malpractice matters, police misconduct, wrongful death and catastrophic personal injuries.

In 2006, Francis became a shareholder of Morgan & Morgan– Orlando. Read about the $1.25 Billion Settlement in the Florida Law Journal.

ORLANDO — Trying to convince Congress is no easy feat. But attorney Greg Francis of Morgan and Morgan did just that as a leader of the legal team that fought to win an award of $1.25 billion in a case known as the Black Farmers Settlement. (Pigford) [...] Francis and the other two lead lawyers, one of three lead lawyers with Andy Marks of Crowell & Mooring in Washington, D.C., and State Senator Hank Sanders of Selma, Ala., had to convince Congress and the government that they needed to re-address the fact that many of the farmers who were discriminated against before, had been slighted again by the fact that they didn’t get notification of an initial lawsuit and couldn’t participate. [...] We had a very detailed notification process through newspapers, websites, TV, and different farm organizations.” (ie. Ryan Julison) (continue)

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


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

Martin Lee Anderson Case - On March 14, 2007, Florida Gov. Charlie Crist recommended that the state agree to pay $5 million to Anderson’s family, in a deal that would allow the Anderson Family to pursue another $5 million from Bay county. [The recommendation passed the Florida legislature] On March 28, 2007 Bay county agreed to settle with Anderson’s family for $2.4 million.

Charlie Crist (left) – John Morgan (right)

ST. PETERSBURG — As expected, former Gov. Charlie Crist said Friday (1/7/2011) he is joining the powerhouse personal injury law firm of Morgan & Morgan. Crist said last month that he was in serious discussions to join the Orlando firm, which is run by one of his longtime political supporters, Democrat John Morgan. http://www.tampabay.com/news/politics/stateroundup/former-florida-gov-charlie-crist-takes-job-with-morgan-amp-morgan-law-firm/1144262

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Ryan Julison Bragging Rights

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

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

Chicago Tribune Article

CBS News article

Reuters via Yahoo article:

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

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

ABC News Article

CNN Story / Article

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

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

ABC “Matt Gutman” story

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

You must have liked working with Matt huh?

Inside Edition Report

NBC Today Show

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

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

New York Times Article

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

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

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

NBC Nightly News With Brian Williams

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

New York Times Editorial

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

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

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

CNN Link

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

FACEBOOK for Ryan Julison at Julison Communication

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

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

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

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

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

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

Matthew Owens

“We are not asking that he [Zimmerman] be convicted; We are asking that he be arrested”

-Benjamin Crump Esq.
Attorney for Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fuller
(Quoted to Piers Morgan on 4/3/2012)

And there you have it, the ulterior motive, the hidden agenda:


The Trayvon family is not seeking justice in the form you would think. No, they are seeking monetary justice, or more directly monetary gain. THAT is the motivation; and the absence of an “arrest” is what stands between them and their ability to sue in civil court”.

Ask yourself why would anyone want an arrest without a conviction?

“We are not asking that he be convicted; We are asking that he be arrested”

Why is that so important?

The answer can be found in the statutes of Florida law surrounding Justifiable Use Of Force (Statute 776) which outlines in Statute 776.032

Immunity from criminal prosecution and civil action for justifiable use of force:

(1) A person who uses force as permitted in s. 776.012, s. 776.013, or s. 776.031 is justified in using such force and is immune from criminal prosecution and civil action for the use of such force, unless the person against whom force was used is a law enforcement officer, as defined in s. 943.10(14), who was acting in the performance of his or her official duties and the officer identified himself or herself in accordance with any applicable law or the person using force knew or reasonably should have known that the person was a law enforcement officer. As used in this subsection, the term “criminal prosecution” includes arresting, detaining in custody, and charging or prosecuting the defendant.

(2) A law enforcement agency may use standard procedures for investigating the use of force as described in subsection (1), but the agency may not arrest the person for using force unless it determines that there is probable cause that the force that was used was unlawful.

(3) The court shall award reasonable attorney’s fees, court costs, compensation for loss of income, and all expenses incurred by the defendant in defense of any civil action brought by a plaintiff if the court finds that the defendant is immune from prosecution as provided in subsection (1).

Note that in section 2 of the immunity statute 776.032 a person is “immune” from criminal or CIVIL action if they are not arrested. The arrest itself can be interpreted as “Probable Cause” the force, or action taken, was unlawful.

Remember the key distinction between guilt or innocence in Criminal vs. Civil trials. In criminal trials the burden of proof is “beyond a reasonable doubt”. In civil trials the burden of proof is “with a preponderance of the existing evidence”; this is where probable cause comes into play. For the purpose of “monetary justice” it only takes an arrest; a subsequent conviction is not necessary.

Without an arrest there is no standing for a civil case awarding monetary damages to Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fuller against George Zimmerman, the HOA for The Retreat At Twin Lakes, and possibly the City of Sanford and all of their respective insurance companies.

Daryl Parks and Benjamin Crump

Without an arrest there is no implied probable cause which could lead to Compensatory and punitive damages for wrongful death.

They need an arrest. They DO NOT need a conviction.

The other approach to a monetary victory would be a “Federal” civil rights investigation and possible arrest on federal civil rights laws. Hence a better understanding of why attorney Benjamin Crump is fabricating information to the Federal Department of Justice. In the letter to the DOJ Crump said:

“We look forward to your thorough and comprehensive review of the suspicious circumstances surrounding this meeting, and the decision to disregard the recommendation to arrest Zimmerman”

In response State Attorney Norm Wolfinger released a statement on Monday saying he is “outraged by the outright lies” contained in a letter written by the attorney of Trayvon Martin’s parents, who are seeking a federal review in the case.

You can see how valuable the compassion of Washington DC power people can be in the engagement of the goal. Indeed many people wondered why Congressional members called a hearing into this one case. Perhaps “who” coordinated the hearing is the clarity needed in understanding the “why”, for at the heart of the conversation is the Congressional Black Caucus. Anyone remember the CBC and the victory called Pigford?

Successfully using the office of the President and Eric Holder’s DOJ to “leverage” a chosen outcome is, well, smart racial politics. Especially when there is a strong possibility of favorable public opinion driven by a misguided, and more than willing water-carrying media, to benefit the Oval Office.

Before Martin’s death, Crump was best known for representing the parents of a teenage boy who died after an encounter with guards at a Florida boot camp in 2006. The videotaped beating of Martin Lee Anderson attracted national attention and led to the closure of the state’s boot camps for juvenile offenders.

Benjamin Crump and his law partner, Daryl Parks, who testified at a congressional hearing on Capitol Hill, are Tallahassee-based personal injury attorneys who primarily handle wrongful death and negligence cases.

In a Huffington Post interview Ben Crump dodges the question of how, and if, he is being compensated by Trayvon Martin’s parents. “You do it because it’s the right thing to do,” he said. “As long as you make your goal to do right and do good, all of the money and financial material stuff will come”.

Beyond the reality of financial gain and self-interest there is even a more troubling consideration when you weigh the extent they are willing to go to for money. The flames of racial tension have been stoked to a white-hot inferno in Sanford Florida, and arguably quite hot around the nation.

The team at Breitbart picked up on the connection between the Trayvon Martin case and the Martin Lee Anderson case with an article a few days ago where they cited some analysis done by the Miami Herald. One key phrase in the Breitbart column was:

The Herald failed to note one other similarity: the controversy over the victim’s death has little to do with the actual guilt or motives of the accused killer.

I doubt Breitbart actually knew at that moment how insightful that small paragraph actually is regarding the real motivation here; And therein lies the heart of the matter for Benjamin Crump, Daryl Parks, Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fuller.

The guilt or motives of the accused Mr. Zimmerman matter naught when weighed against the need for a compensatory judgement to fill their void.

“We are not asking that he be convicted; We are asking that he be arrested” – Ben Crump


As we write there is a specific and coordinated effort to distance the Trayvon Martin family and narrative from the violence that may take place now the Trial Verdict is delivered. However, we have a fully researched library of their lies and obfuscations. Here are collected reposts from July and November last year in that regard:

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.”


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. ;)

On the heels of Sean Hannity’s interview with George Zimmerman, MSNBC defends itself against the accusation that they, in general, and Al Sharpton specifically, did not “rush to judgement” in the Trayvon Martin shooting.

Here is the official MSNBC position as told to Politico:

“MSNBC would like to set the record straight following some misinformation presented by Fox News during the interview with George Zimmerman last night,” MSNBC wrote in a statement sent to POLITICO. “Reverend Al Sharpton never ‘rushed to judgment,’ as stated by Mr. Hannity. Reverend Sharpton repeatedly called for calm and for a more thorough investigation in the wake of the tragic events. Ultimately, the authorities agreed an arrest was warranted.”

Now let’s just cut through the crap, and get to the truth. Because unlike MSNBC and the institutional legacy media complex the Truth Has No Agenda.

The best way to show how insufferably ridiculous MSNBC is, is to showcase their network host Al Sharpton in his own words. The first example being his appearance at the Sanford City Council meeting where he personally threatens the City Government, council members, Mayor and City Manager:

4:50 …you are risking going down as Birmingham and Selma in the twenty first century… You are making the world know you as a place of racial intollerance…. you have compromised the reputation of your city for one man….

Listen to his own words.

Second example from the Rally he led in Sanford. Fort Mellon Park March 22nd:

In this video you can see Al Sharpton sharing the stage with the New Black Panthers who had at that time placed a $10,000 bounty on the head of George Zimmerman wanted “Dead or Alive”. Sharpton continues…..

… Trayvon represents a reckless disregard for our [black] lives that we’ve seen for too long, and we’ve come here tonight to tell you enough is enough….

…. you thought it was hot,…. well, the heat has just arrived….

The third example is from the same rally March 22nd and showcases the entire Al Sharpton speech as it aired live on local TV networks:

…. we cannot allow a legal precedent to be established in this city where a man can murder anyone he wants and walk out free with a murder weapon….. I have mobilized the National Action Network……

Contrast that against the official MSNBC statement:

MSNBC would like to set the record straight following some misinformation presented by Fox News during the interview with George Zimmerman last night.” “Reverend Al Sharpton never ‘rushed to judgment,’ as stated by Mr. Hannity. Reverend Sharpton repeatedly called for calm and for a more thorough investigation in the wake of the tragic events.

Do those videos of Al Sharpton sound, or look, like a man calling for calm in your book.? And let us not forget what organization rallied with Al Sharpton at Mellon Park on March 22nd as you can clearly see in this next video. Pay attention to the men at the front of the stage handing out flyers:

Yep, that is the New Black Panther Party. There were Dozens of Black Panther militants lined up with Al Sharpton, Ben Jealous, Jesse Jackson, Benjamin Crump and the entire Trayvon Martin Family.

And what do you suppose was written on those flyers they are handing out in front of the stage at Al Sharpton’s Rally:

WASHINGTON TIMES - The U.S. Department of Justice had no comment on the $10,000 bounty the New Black Panther Party (NBPP) was offering for a “citizen’s arrest Dead or Alive” of George Zimmerman, the 28 year old man who told Sanford, Florida Police he shot and killed 17 year old Trayvon Martin on February 26 in an act of self-defense.

“My People”

In modern America, a prudent citizen should know to remain in their vehicle, doors locked, and windows up, when there are young black males known to be in the vicinity.

What does this say about our society? Are we living in a drive through Safari Park?

If we get out of our vehicles we deserve what we get and shouldn’t blame the attacker, much less shoot them in self-defense?

People are foaming at the mouth calling George Zimmerman a racist while at the same time saying he’s at fault for not following the rules on the Safari Park safety brochure.

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Think About That

If there was any doubt about the strength of the professional grievance industry aligned against George Zimmerman, and their single-minded focus to convict him despite he evidence to the contrary, one only needs to look at a recent Bay 9 interview with Francis Oliver, the mother of Trayvon Martin family attorney Natalie Jackson.

natalie JacksonFrancis Oliver

The ‘in-your-face’ level of racism expressed by Oliver is quite staggering to witness. However, it should not come as a surprise given the embedded hatred Oliver carries for non-blacks.

“I’ve been fighting white people my whole life seems like” Francis Oliver March 18th 2012

What should be alarming to casual followers is witnessing Oliver’s expressed strategic goal of getting like-minded black racists to find their way onto the jury. Even to the extent of her outlining how potential black jurors need to conceal their animosity:

“Don’t get eliminated before you even get a chance to be questioned. We definitely don’t want it to the point that all blacks are eliminated because we got over excited and blew our chances. At least give us a chance. Give yourself a chance,” said Oliver.

blew our chances“? Blew their chances at what exactly? Sorry, that’s a rhetorical question, we know exactly what the goal is here – Ms. Oliver has outlined it clearly in all of her prior points of advocacy. The goal is to convict George Zimmerman AT ALL COSTS.

We have previously outlined Francis Oliver; We know her ideology quite well.

One of the key advocates/activists in the Seminole NAACP is Francis Oliver, Natalie Jackson’s mother, and black historian for Sanford, Florida whose straw-grasping claims of racism present today stem from the 1911 incorporation of “Goldsboro” over a century ago :

“I’ve been fighting white people my whole life seems like,” said Oliver. Of her daughter Natalie, Oliver said, “I raised her on the front lines of the movement.”

The daughter of Francis Oliver, the one raised on the front lines of the movement, is the same Natalie Jackson who, together with Benjamin Crump and Daryl Parks, represents the family of Trayvon Martin, Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin; Francis’s daughter Natalie Jackson also sits with, and advises, Seminole chapter NAACP President Turner Clayton.

The same black racist, Turner Clayton, who sent an e-mail to former Police Chief Bill Lee within THREE DAYS - demanding that George Zimmerman be arrested, tried and convicted, before even Ryan Julison, the Media Consultant was hired and came aboard; And well before the investigation was a matter of public inquiry.

SEMINOLE COUNTY — Many people in Seminole County are right now getting jury notices that could lead them to the huge role of deciding George Zimmerman’s fate.

But are some people talking about getting a notice too much? And could that affect how fair of a trial Zimmerman could get?

“They’re all excited, everybody’s watching the mailbox every day to see if they’re going to get one of those letters that come through the mail,” said Francis Oliver, the Curator of Sanford’s Goldsboro Museum.

And when people do get them, some are talking about it a lot — even on Facebook. There’s a post for example, where one man writes,

“I’m for a life sentence without hearing any evidence. I’m pretty sure they’ll send me home.” He goes on to say, “I also believe in a fair trial for all but I’m not the right guy for this case.”

Oliver, who led protests last year pushing for Zimmerman’s arrest, said she wants a fair trial for both sides.

She said even people with strong opinions about the case can consider both sides at trial. She worries some potential jurors are going too far.

“Don’t get eliminated before you even get a chance to be questioned. We definitely don’t want it to the point that all blacks are eliminated because we got over excited and blew our chances. At least give us a chance. Give yourself a chance,” said Oliver.

Oliver even posted a notice on her own Facebook page, advising people of what not to do if you get a summons.

“Just kind of calm down, keep our mouths closed, take your envelope, report to wherever they tell us to report,” said Oliver.

Five hundred of those summoned will eventually be asked to report for jury duty on June 10 for Zimmerman’s trial. Jury selection will then dwindle that down to six people that will decide the case. (continue reading)

Six People Did Decide – Justice was finally served !

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495 Responses to A Nation of George Zimmermans Awakened – Understand The Fraud – Post Verdict of Acquittal ….

  1. Be Ge says:

    Hope GZ sues as many of the folks and organizations behind this story as he can. Most of them do not understand any language different from direct monetary loss to their pockets.

    • Jim Ashby says:

      This is incredible information. I’m trying to distribute the link on other sites. So many people would be outraged by this conspiracy. I watched the trial, and didn’t feel the state proved their case. I’m utterly disappointed, upset and confused to an extent to find out what was behind this trial after the verdict, which I still agree with.

      • jordan2222 says:

        Many of us were fortunate enough to find this site at the beginning. This is an outstanding synopsis but if you want to know the entire story, start in April. Most of the earlier updates were numbered.

      • warpmine says:

        Hey I caught that link as RS before someone took it down. Thanks.

      • CJO says:

        CJOffermann said…
        Just saw this. Let’s all band together: https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/civil-rights-prosecution-angela-corey-united-states-department-justice-she-deliberately-withheld/pGTglGG2

        Civil Rights Prosecution of Angela Corey by United States Department of Justice for She Deliberately Withheld Evidence
        Civil Rights Prosecution of Angela Corey by United States Department of Justice for the unlawful Prosecution of George Zimmerman for depriving him of his Constitutional Rights of Life and Liberty by the United States Department of Justice, Eric Holder, United States Attorney General in United States District Court as swiftly and expeditiously as is possible.
        Angela Corey is alleged to have omitted material exculpatory facts, such as photographs of the wounds on George Zimmerman’s head, which go to his defense of “self defense.”
        She was aware when she submitted an affidavit that it did not contain the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. She deliberately withheld evidence that supported Zimmerman’s claim of self-defense.

        Created: Jul 14, 2013
        Issues: Civil Rights and Liberties, Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement, Government Reform Learn about Petition Thresholds It’s up to you to build support for petitions you care about and gather more signatures. A petition must get 150 signatures in order to be publicly searchable on WhiteHouse.gov.
        Over time, we may need to adjust the petition signature thresholds, but we’ll always let you know what the thresholds are.
        Signatures needed by August 13, 2013 to reach goal of 100,000

    • myopiafree says:

      SUNDANCE and CTH,
      I know Sundance is “over-loaded” on this subject. One thing I still “choke” on, is the public’s belief that Mr. Marin was a cut 12 year-old boy — with candy. The reality is still being developed by Sundance. This reality of this “abandoned” kid by these people – needs to be made clear.

      Mr. Martin was making himself into a THUG – and his first step was to cold-cock George. By this “attitude” that he had developed in the previous two years.

      It is not my fault – that this Martin family let Trayvon drift into personal violence.

      But the more this is published – the BETTER.

      Further – now that George Zimmerman is FREE, he can not talk in detail about the extent he was rail-roaded by B.G.I and A. Corey – and the hateful (Black) racists who did this to him.

      This was all TM’s personal responsibility – and the Martin’s family letting him turn into a “feral adult”.

      It is EXACTLY this type of “culture” that is creating Black-on-Back murder in Chicago. But of course that is never stated that way, “in the Media”. No, they just “moan”, “Suspected gang-related”. Give me a BREAK.

  2. mrsqt says:


    “The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is.” – Winston Churchill


  3. Mr. Izz says:

    The fascinating part is that this page has MASSIVE amounts of information, but it is only the tip of the iceberg (if that). There is so much more that still needs to be uncovered and addressed.

    I express my immense gratitude to the individuals in these forums for their great efforts. I know that you have made a difference and will continue to do so as long as these travesties happen. Thank you for everything, especially for giving me a place where I can have peace of mind among the harsh language and narratives of other outlets.

  4. Thank you CTH – I agree with your approach in most respects. Your insights throughout this period have been invaluable.

  5. Beamish says:

    I’d be satisfied justice was served if Trayvon Martin’s parents were forced to buy Zimmerman a box of ammunition for his pistol.

  6. Sharon says:

    Our DS just called to talk about the verdict. Amazed and disgusted, his comment was along the lines of, “How unbelievable is this that after all these months of things done that ought not to have been, beginning with George Zimmerman’s arrest and through all the wrongs in the courtroom–it comes down to six women on the jury bearing the responsibility to make it right….unbelievable.”

    I thought of that yesterday when Judge Nelson was giving them the heavy duty instructions that “as jurors, you must…..as jurors, the law is…..you must….” And that was exactly my thought: after all the DWOOO you have pulled, week after week after, nearly driving poor Don West straight over the edge with outrage and exhaustion, NOW you are going to lean on these six—”boy, they had better abide by the law–precisely!!” SMH.

    Those six women finally did what the State of Florida, Judge Nelson, the prosecutors, sometimes Mark O’Mara, the M-DSPD, the newspapers and “journalists” of the region refused to do: they functioned according to what was so, and upheld the law while they were at it.

  7. ctdar says:

    sharpton continues to fan the flames; can’t take the fact that in the Internet world these days more people are informed. Go out to pasture already you racebaiter, your time has passed.

    • tara says:

      Yes Al it established a precedent. In the future, if a Thugvon decides to punch in the face and start beating a guy who is legally allowed to carry a weapon, then the Thugvon should know that he will be shot and his victim will be found not guilty of any crime.

    • LetJusticePrevail" says:

      You know, in the aftermath of this trial, a lot has been revealed. So much, in fact, that it’s difficult to know where to start, when it comes to deposing the corruption that has infiltrated our government.

      I guess that it’s best to look to the experts for guidance, when choosing the most productive target to expose, and remove. Maybe it’s best to look at the media, and to Al Sharpton, and to apply Alinski’s “Rules for Radicals” to *him*.

      Wouldn’t it be great if MSNBC saw him as the liability he truly is?

      • ctdar says:

        MSNBC knows exactly who & what Sharpton is all about, if they didnt like him, do you think he would have his own show?
        Anyone that goes on or participates in or produces his show in any manner is as vile as he, ignorance & hate is hard to change. Race baiting is an industry, the BGI. What people can do is stop watching his show & buying the products that support the costs to produce it via the advertising.

        • LetJusticePrevail" says:

          More precisely, we need to *organize* petitions to their advertisers that threaten to boycott their products. And CIRCULATE those petitions openly, vocally, and far and wide. I guess the place to start is to establish a list of companies and/or products that are advertised on Al’s show…

    • Trevor says:

      Its not a ‘slap in the face’ Sharpton, its a ‘punch in the nose’ to your ilk. One of many hopefully.

    • d'hack says:

      Hope someone got a copy of this!!

  8. tara says:

    Sundance, this is a spectacular summary. You should make this “sticky” so that visitors to TCTH can see it on page 1. I hope the jurors come here, I’m sure they’ll be happy to confirm that they made the right decision.

    • jordan2222 says:

      I was writing my post as you made yours. Yes, this is excellent book material for anyone who wants to know the case from beginning to end.

  9. jordan2222 says:

    This, along with Update #20, tells the story as briefly as is possible. Your blog was probably the first factual one that many Zimmerman supporters read about the case, and, no doubt, spawned other blogs to help free George. Thanks, SD, for all you have done.

  10. tara says:

    I’m thinking about upcoming related events, not in any particular order:

    Shellie’s perjury trial
    George’s immunity hearing
    George’s NBC lawsuit and other possible lawsuits
    $ybrina’s lawsuit against George
    re-elections of various politicians (list to be fleshed out later)

  11. Mack says:

    First things first. GZ needs to file a Federal Civil Rights case with the DOJ, since his constitutional rights actually were violated. That would take all the steam out of the NAACP.

    NAACP=Most racist organization in America.

  12. I am amazed at how much work has been done by all of you here. I have a question: Do you automatically download/screen cap all of these news videos so they don’t disappear? I am thinking now that what is coming out after the verdict also has to be scrupulously downloaded so it doesn’t disappear. I will do this. Just in case.

    Appreciate all the hard work. I’m a newbie but I’ve lurked since George was arrested.


  13. Holy Moly do those connections go deep. Thank you for educating me on the depth of this. There’s still more to do and watch. Now that I know this a bit better I think I’m much better prepared to evaluate what I see from these folks, and what to record for later use.

  14. froggielegs says:

    LOL The NAACP now has a petition on their website and guess who it is addressed to…

    Open a civil rights case against George Zimmmerman

    A jury has acquitted George Zimmerman, but we are not done demanding justice for Trayvon. Sign our petition to the Department of Justice today.

    Attorney General Eric Holder,

    The Department of Justice has closely monitored the State of Florida’s prosecution of the case against George Zimmerman in the Trayvon Martin murder since it began. Today, with the acquittal of George Zimmerman, it is time for the Department of Justice to act.

    The most fundamental of civil rights — the right to life — was violated the night George Zimmerman stalked and then took the life of Trayvon Martin. We ask that the Department of Justice file civil rights charges against Mr. Zimmerman for this egregious violation.

    Please address the travesties of the tragic death of Trayvon Martin by acting today.

    Thank you.


    Good luck with that LOL

  15. michelle says:

    It seems Crump has a big media friend in Geraldo Rivera. He’s on Fox now talking about how much he respects Crump, says he a “really honorable guy” and he “worked so hard for this family.” Now, I know it’s only been the last few days that Rivera came to see some light, but it seems he’s now part of the “protect Crump Crowd”, either because he knows no better (and he should) or because his ideology just won’t let him “go there.”

    • Heriat says:

      Geraldo is a snake…and these slimy pundits are all in bed together. But, I’m reveling in the dooky blowback in all their faces!!

    • ed greene says:

      You cannt say what a great guy Crump and say the state never should of charged. It is either one or the other. Crump with his lies, false witness had Corey avoid grand jury and charge Zimmerman. Geraldo say what a great guy Crump on show he interviewed Zimmerman brother. Crump is a scumbag who caused terrible damage to an innocent mans life. He should be punished and I hope GZ is not going to let him get away with this.
      Geraldo admit with Crump really is. You know better. This was not about justice , it was
      about $$$. Shame on you Geraldo.

  16. LittleLaughter says:

    This gives me hope. I have identified with george’s family because my own family is facing similar circumstances, albeit, to a far lesser degree. I have a renewed hope that truth will prevail for my own son, and that he, too, will be victorious. Need prayers.

    • rjp says:

      I will say a short prayer for your son the next time I make the sign of the cross at the Bleeding Tree.

    • nwtex says:

      Ya know ya got it Kiddo xo And that IS a fact.
      I cannot say that I will be talking to Our Father and leave Him waiting… never hearing from me.

  17. PatriotUSA says:

    You have my prayers and this is something I am most pleased to do for your son and your family.
    I seem to spend quite a bit of time in prayer anymore the older I get. Yes, this verdict should give us all hope that we can win the war. I do not need to know the circumstances as the Lord already does about your situation. Many here will be praying for your son and your family, This you can count on.

  18. Kauf Buch says:

    Latinos need to wake up to “Identity Politics” being nothing but a dangerous lure:


    • John Galt says:

      Hispanics – 16% of US population – 2050 projected 29%
      Blacks – 13% of US population – 2050 projected 13%

      MS-13 is already hunting blacks like rabbits in certain sections of LA. Pretty sure that blacks would be ill advised to make it a nationwide war.

      • St. Benedict's Thistle says:

        I wonder if the very large number of abortions among blacks is partially to blame for these numbers.

  19. John McLachlan says:

    Obviously, everyone who believed that George Zimmerman was innocent is now thoroughly relieved at the jury’s verdict, is satisfied that the verdict was just and is expressing their joy for George, his wife and family, his lawyers and also for all those who have sought to assist him or merely believed in his innocence.

    There is little doubt in my mind that many of those who persecuted George Zimmerman did so, whilst fully aware that he was innocent, or at least that, even if he was guilty of a crime, there was insufficient evidence to prove this beyond reasonable doubt, in any legitimate court.

    There is equally, no doubt in my mind that many, perhaps the majority, of the supporters of the prosecution, mostly black, but many whites, as well, genuinely believed that the false narrative initially promulgated by Tracy Martin, Sybrina Fulton, their lawyers, their media consultant and the state prosecution, was factual and supported by incontrovertible evidence, which should have, in their views, been sufficient to secure the conviction of George Zimmerman, for murder, or at the very least, manslaughter.

    It was always my opinion that the original narrative was specifically designed to appeal to the emotions of black people and incorporate as many of the very powerful images of the long-vanished days of slavery, as was possible.

    I think that after someone has adopted a belief, emotionally, they will be resistant to altering that belief, regardless of contradictory facts which may later be brought to their attention. Their critical faculties will be suspended and their intellect will be devoted to forcing facts to conform to their adopted belief, rather than modifying their belief to conform to established facts.

    Attempting to reason with people, whose beliefs are a result of manipulated emotions, by relying solely upon the basis of the objective facts of the case, has hitherto been unsuccessful, in the main.

    Persuading the current and bitterly disappointed supporters of the prosecution that the verdict was just, both in law and in fact, is a desirable objective.

    I believe that as well as arguing upon the misrepresentation of the facts of the case, it is necessary to deconstruct, in detail, the mechanism of emotional manipulation which the pro-prosecution propagandists employed, while promulgating this misrepresentation of fact.

    It should also be explained how later discovery of contradictory evidence has so little effect upon modifying one’s beliefs.

    After this has been done, people may appreciate why they are prepared to allow others, to persuade them to suspend critical thinking and to form erroneous beliefs, yet which are so sincerely held and tenaciously adhered to.

    I think that only after the emotional manipulation has been properly explained, together with analysis of why one would be susceptible to such manipulation and how to counteract it, will its victims accept this as the truth and the supporters of the prosecution accept that George Zimmerman was not guilty of any crime, legally of morally and that justice was done.

    • Tommy B. says:

      “[T]heir intellect will be devoted to forcing facts to conform to their adopted belief, rather than modifying their belief to conform to established facts.”
      This. This. A thousand times, this.

  20. JAS says:

    Justice will never be served until all of those responsible for this persecution are brightly illuminated end exposed by the spotlight of truth. Their actions must have consequences. This is not the time to pull punches. It is the time for action, the time to expose what America has become under the auspices of plenipotentiary progressivism.

  21. libby says:

    Kudos to SD and crew and all those who have taken up a perch (job nicely done)….now hand over the pullitzer to CTH (even bdlr seemed to recognize the quality of research that comes out of this place.

  22. I was extremely interested in this case from the beginning…first with outrage that a man stalked a little boy and shot him in the back as he was trying to get home…then as a furious observer of media manipulation against a hero trying to project his neighbors. However, I was so frustrated that I couldn’t get around all the media bias to see the truth….even FOX NEWS drank the Kool-Aid. Then I found this site and no longer felt alone in my convictions! Thank you so much for getting me thru this horrible piece of history…and probably the horrible history yet to come.

  23. JAS says:

    Here is a lengthy page on crime statistics for Sanford, FL. Extremely telling:


  24. libby says:

    How come nobody suspects the Asians?
    Are they white, black, or hispanic?
    Does anybody suspect the Asians?

    • John Galt says:

      I think you’re onto something. Florida average Asian population = 2.4% Sanford Asian population = 2.8%.

  25. Dagny says:

    IS it possible for you to changer my name to Dagny? I thought I did, but it posted my real name
    (this is not for posting)

  26. JAS says:

    Sundance, I think this is an extremely important post. I thank you for it.

    Here’s why connecting the dots now is more important than ever. I will use a personal anecdotal example:

    I use to fly airplanes. Flying airplanes is pretty serious business. I can relate it to this saying:

    “If at first you don’t succeed, then skydiving is not for you…”

    Flying an airplane is the same. The margin for error is very small, and the consequences potentially lethal to you and your passengers.

    Within that context most all pilots intensely follow NTSB investigations of airplane crashes so as to learn everything that they can vicariously. There is no such thing as learning from your mistakes in flying. What I learned by doing just this was that there is rarely if ever a single causal factor in an air accident. There is always a trail of small mistakes and errors, including ones not necessarily made by the pilot in command, that pile on top of one another until the progression reaches a point of no return. At that point you are done, there is no escape, no turning back, just the grim realization that you are in a no win situation from which you will likely not emerge alive. It must be a horrible feeling.

    That’s why it is so important to study these tragic events and connect the dots. You must train yourself to be able to detect early on when the progression of events starts going south on you, and you must act immediately to break the chain of events, lest you suffer the consequences.

    I think that everything in life is pretty much the same as this, with a difference. In life one rarely dies as a result of such a progression of errors. You never get to that point of no return.

    However, this was not the case for Trayvon Martin. By the time he got to that fateful moment on that rainy night in Sanford, FL he was past the point of no return. The progression of events that led him there was subtle and took a long time to evolve. Exactly the same way as in an airplane crash.

  27. misterdeedeebooboo says:

    This saga has reinforced 2 beliefs:

    1) A specious narrative is more powerful than the truth when used as a sword by the corrupt and adopted by the ignorant (I’m reminded of Mark Twain’s quote about a lie travelling the world).

    2) When the right people get involved and come together, truth and justice will still prevail over lies and corruption.

  28. dizzymissl says:

    Did we ever find out who the foreman (woman) was?

  29. realitycheck says:

    Please investigate the race baiting and divisive forces within our country, The racist hatred, victim mentality and BGI must be stopped (finally) before it destroys the nations at its core.
    Many of our black American children have no guidance or true parental support which leads to the culture of thugdom and violence. The black “leadership” of this country needs to step back , reassess itself and deal with the issues of young black Americans and their propensity for violence.instead of making excuses.
    A young MAN died because of his own violence and the failings of his parents. Trayvon should be an example, an example of what happens to young black men because of the failings of many black “families” and the black “leadership”
    Please, DOJ, investigate and bring charges against the BGI …Grroups like the NAACP, individuals like Al Sharpton and Jessie Jackson and money hungry hate expousing racists like Benjamin Crump et al.

  30. cassidy says:

    Only a RICO court case against the people who made this into a race thing will stop the practices of making money off of tragedy, and making money off of pretend race cases (Zimmerman was NOT white).

    • waltherppk says:

      That is correct and the entire Black Grievance Industry conspirators and enablers are part and parcel of that RICO which needs to be completely dismantled for being subversive organizations involved in treasonous un-American activities of the preciose nature as were the communist organizations which were sought to be dismantled by Senator Joe McCarthy who was a true American hero and who needs his work resumed.
      I am fully convinced that the kind of evil that is responsible for the corruption which we have exposed and witnessed will continue what it has been doing so long as those persons are still breathing or are not “put out of business” by some EFFECTIVE shutdown which makes their subversive agenda END OF MISSION by DECISIVELY ending it for them individually and collectively. The entire subversive collective with its “resistance is futile” gang mentality needs to be shut down, their organizations dismantled, and their constituents prosecuted or put in receipt of whatever force is necessary to bring that plague of evil to an end. Those subversives need to be put in receipt of a beatdown and ground and pound to the point they can never get up again to become a cancer upon society like they have been, corrupting civilized society and its institutions. If those subversives are not put out of business, they will destroy the republic from within.

      • St. Benedict's Thistle says:

        Rightly said.

        And, White Guilt needs to be excised, too. It grievous to see so many people fall victim to this false mindset.

    • unitron says:

      The question isn’t so much was Zimmerman white as it was “was he anti-black”.

      Anybody think Mrs. Dillagard wouldn’t have spotted it in a heartbeat if he was?

      • FrenchPug says:

        Apparently not. Only people who don’t know him seem to think he was racist. I think it has something to do with them profiling him as a racist because of his light skin tone. Nah, that can’t be it! Cause then all of them accusing him of being racist must be horrible hypocrites, and we know that can’t be it. Right? Right?

  31. Picked up local paper at newstand.

    They cannot bring themselves to report the truth, and are still showing the Holister picture of 12 year old Trayvon.


  32. lorac says:

    I cannot for civil suit so the true Trayvon comes to light. I just wonder how proud Obama will be of that son of his that looks so much like him. Wonder how he will like those words of his!!! Maybe next time Obama will keep his big mouth shut.

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  34. Liberty Laxatives says:

    The thing is, I know that this is true. I know some of the people, have studied the interconnections for years, and it is true. It is so depressing I can hardly get out of bed. Twisted justice and corrupt legal systems, well, this more resembles a Banana Republic than the old USA. I pray for your success in causing action to occur. But the Florida Bar protects its own and especially its high profile wealthy members like Parks and Crump, who are also minorities. They just sent out a newsletter bragging on its First Black President (who cares?). Do you REALLY think they will get Parks and Crump?

    Want to have some fun? Start looking into connections between the FIRST BLACK FLORIDA BAR PRESIDENT and Parks and Crump. Wonder what you will find ; )

    • waltherppk says:

      Affirmative Action guarantees you will find unqualified executives administering business for which they are not qualified.

    • ytz4mee says:

      The “National Bar Association” is a faux black-only, black-created, black-recognized organization. The true “Bar Association” is the well established and credible “American Bar Association”, just like the “National Naval Officers Association” which sounds great and impressive and prestigious is nothing more than a manufactured front organization with a mandate to solely advance blacks within the military ranks based only on skin color without regard to ability or actual qualifications. Both find their roots in self-segregation solely for the purposes of grievance advancement.

      Add: For all I know, the “National Bar Association” was created by Parks in his own basement while he was sitting in his underwear, just like their stellar grass whisperer “audio expert” with his EZBake software. Possible. *That’s* how credible his “Presidency” is. lol.

  35. ytz4mee says:

    Crump still Crumping and desperately seeking to keep the hoax alive:

    “They deeply don’t want their son’s death to be in vain.”

    Translation: I’ve invested so much in this scam what with the designer duds, makeovers, international travel, rubbermaid trash cans, if I don’t get a serious return of this investment, I’m screwed !!!

    Read more: http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/310855-martin-family-lawyer-no-decision-on-civil-suit?utm_source=buffer&utm_campaign=Buffer&utm_content=buffer9a994&utm_medium=twitter#ixzz2Z22SQ9MW

    • ctdar says:

      Wouldn’t that be the icing, the law firm of park & crump overextended themselves so much that they have to file for bankruptcy?

      • Liberty Laxatives says:

        Trust me. They are so rich that will never happen. There is rich and there is rich and there is NBA star rich and then some. These two have been leveraging their race for so long that they could buy and sell Sanford, Florida.

        CTH should also look into whether Willie Gary has a connection with this situation. He was the first racial grievance lawyer in Florida, or one of them. The network is pretty tight and they work together. It may be the most lucrative business in the state. One of them.

        • ytz4mee says:

          Uh, no Crump and NatJack are not “NBA rich”. NatJack has already pushed herself into bankruptcy and lost her law firm once before. Crump likes to spend far more money than he actually brings in. It’s not what you make, it’s what you spend. They aren’t even close to have the time of self-sustaining wealth you think. They like to splash the cash and reserves were going low. Which is why they both grabbed onto the St Skittles hoax with both hands. In their calculating, grasping and venal fashion they thought it would hit all the high notes for the classic Anderson style shakedown.

          The only fly in the ointment was Zimmerman’s refusal to plea. It infuriated them and they kept attempting to ratchet up the pressure to force a concession, including have his wife charged with bogus perjury charges. He didn’t crack and instead of going on their merry shakedown way, they were actually forced to defend their spurious allegations.

          • John Galt says:

            They could be screwed. Wolfinger, Bill Lee, GZ, GZ’s family could all sue. Complaints drafted to include causes of action both within and without typical scope of law firm insurance coverage.

    • Fantasia says:

      Watch the presser of Crump after the verdict where he is talking about Rachel. He speaks of her “coming forward” and being reluctant, unwilling.

      Seems to me, Tracy and Crump drug her, kicking and screaming, if one were to believe any one of their multiple narratives, they went after her, she did not “come forward”. The lies continue.

      The only way to break through this ceiling is to keep pounding away at the truth.

      I think SDC should try to get some face time, too! Go to the National Press Club, and confront this on television! Make a press release, and hold a presser. Get the TRUTH out. It is coming in dribs and drabs, but start playing the same way. Face time is hard to ignore.

      • ytz4mee says:

        We have had many, many, MANY requests for media interviews. We’re not interested. Not going to happen. You can do your bit by retweeting, reblogging, contacting media to insist they accurately report on the story with facts, not Prog driven narrative.

        • Fantasia says:

          I have been posting with linkbacks, and seen many references on Lucianne.com to THC, as well as posting my own.I don’t use Facebook or twitter, but I think my coments have reached a fair audience.

          I often reference back to SD’s articles and posts, I hope that is ok.

  36. This may not be the right thread to add this. Move if necessary. I signed onto my fb page today after not really participating on fb for weeks. Mostly due to my work schedule and once getting home I’ve been on this forum CTH and watching my recordings of the days trial. I must say I was stunned. Within my own news feed, my friends, most lifetime friends, the comments suggesting such lynching of GZ staring at me. I had to cry. It is most unbelievable that my own friends and I see things in such a different way. The one of many that stood out the most was posted by a dear friend of mine that has just completed a degree in Criminal Justice. Her comment was “He didn’t have to shoot him and for that he should have been found guilty”. All I could say was “So, you, of all people, are saying that the jury should not have taken the law in to account?” “So, in your thinking, when could he have shot him?” “Should he have waited an additional xx minutes, screamed for help to xx number of more neighbors that did nothing, or should his head hit the cement xx more times?” Could he have then shot him, IN YOUR EYES?” The response was silence. — nada, nothing….
    This of course was just one of many astonishing comments I’ve read on my own news feed this morning. All I can say is Shame — Shame on America for being BLIND.

    • Liberty Laxatives says:

      It may be time to admit that America just can NOT get along any more as we have. Sad, sad sad. But perhaps the great experiment failed. Slavery was awful. But after hundreds of thousands dead in a Civil War (white people mostly), trillions of white people’s dollars, there is still this divide and hatred (sure, some whites are as guilty as blacks of racism). But maybe it is just time to figure something else out. I have noticed the same and family members too – blacks are astonished at this, and so are some whites. They claim he was guilty and do not generally care about the law. Blacks seem to believe in the rule of men. I believe in the rule of law. The two are completely incompatible. Shall we secede? Give in? Live in a Banana Republic (the only apparent other choice)? Tell me, seriously . . . .

      • Liberty Laxatives says:

        I mean, I just saw Jesse Jackson screaming for another lynching of George, this time by the FEDS on civil rights “charges.” Seriously.

        Few times in my life have I realized that a person is simply plain evil. Truly evil people are rare. Turns out that Jesse is one of them. Does he even realize how much he has become like the white slave masters of old except that he uses the so-called present day “justice system” as the whip?

    • Shelby says:

      ::sigh:: This mindset and complete ignorance about the case is the reason I have avoided FB during this trial and will continue to avoid it for awhile. I don’t want to see that any of my friends are that easily fooled, and I know that some of them have drank deeply of the Kool Aid. I just don’t want to see their arses on display.

    • thefirstab says:

      Philishia, I can empathize with you, my 17 y/o has been following this case with me from the beginning. She is on FB and Twitter more than I am, and is also shocked at the complete disconnect from the facts by many. Several have unfriended her when she tried to point out certain facts. She’s had a few Twitter wars too LOL.
      This is just my observation – her social circle is diverse, different ethnicities and backgrounds. But those who refuse to see, or acknowledge any other possibility (GZ innocent, TM’s choices etc) and still recite the Tea and Candy fairy tale were mostly AA.
      These are all smart kids, too.

      • Rob Crawford says:

        No, they’re not smart.

        • thefirstab says:

          Rob, I’m not sure I understand your comment. The friends/acquaintances of my daughter that I’m referring to, I would certainly consider ” book smart”. Most are college bound, top 50 in their class. I am wondering if with some there might be community pressure to go along with supporting the narrative, even if they don’t actually believe it .

  37. None of my comments are posting? Have I done something wrong?

  38. cajunkelly says:

    I’m wondering….

    Has there been any word from Trademark’s “if I had a son” surrogate daddy re the verdict?

    Or is he, as usual, too busy jetsetting the nation into a deeper financial disaster?

    • Laura Latini says:

      He’s not stupid. Remember that famous bus of his? Trayvon Martin’s shadow is the next in line for being thrown under. Still, we may count on Eric Holder, the worst AG in the history of the USA, for something typically both unethical and incompetent. I would not mind crooks so much if they weren’t stupid too.

  39. SuisseRoudy says:

    These guys need to be stopped. MSNBC is a racist network. I can’t believe what I am hearing. It is just mind boggling. They just ignore the many elephants in the room and go straight to racism. I really hope that this whole thing continues to implode around the prosecutor and especially Crump.

  40. I Am Trademark says:

    Here is what I have an issue with…
    So many people talk about having a “national conversation about race issues”, yet the KEY issue that led to this case will be ignored:
    There is a mentality that is widespread in some communities that if someone shows you something that you may perceive as any form of disrespect, it is perfectly acceptable (and even encouraged) to respond in a way that is extremely disproportionate and usually violent.
    I believe 110% that this is why Martin felt to his core that the “proper” response to a situation where someone was following him (and by doing so, showing him that “disrespect”) was to confront the offending indevidual with violence.
    Just look at any pre-Martin forum (like GlobalGrind). There are very few that DON’T think that it was perfectly acceptable for Martin to have “defended himself” against Zimmerman’s act of following with an attack. You will see over and over how they would “beat someone’s a**” if they were following them.
    But there is NOBODY that will confront this when it comes to talking about the “racial issues”. The only “racial issues” that will be talked about is how the legal system supposedly sides with some races over others.

    • Fantasia says:

      This is a point that I have repeatedly tried to make. It usually goes either ignored, or comes down to a race baiting argument. No one wants to discuss the truth. People put on airs that they intend to frighten or intimidate, those silent signals that others read. The way they dress, behave etc. Then, if you lock your car door as the 5 kids in gang colors, behaving, looking, threatening, they become ENRAGED.

      If you don’t want to invoke fear, why do you intentionally try to?Yet, when I respond in kind, the silent message I give back, is entitlement to respond back with violence. Yet, *I* am the race baiter? You wanted me to be scared, or intimidated, and when I am, I am attacked for it.

      What am I supposed to do? Just sit silently, waiting for the light to change, and pray that this day I do not become a victim because I forgot to lock my door out of earshot? I may not be attacked, but that isn’t the point. I have been in the past. I will respond with the fear that is invoked, it is, afterall, their goal.

      It is a catch22 and no one wants to talk about it.

  41. cajunkelly says:

    I’m seriously considering not going to work tomorrow because…..

    I spoke the other day about the (seriously) wonderful African American Gentleman (and I use that word Gentleman literally) who works next to me.

    This gentleman will be inconsolable tomorrow, and that is because he bought into the racist narrative spoon fed to him by the media he chooses to support. I’m sure no one here would be shocked at what he truly believes happened that night.

    Example: “GZ had a gun, why would he allow TM to “beat up on him” to begin with, that makes no sense!” “GZ claims he was afraid of TM, he had a gun, he weighed almost 300 lbs. and TM was just a scrawny kid, he’s lying about being afraid”, GZ gained all that weight while waiting for the trial, but when he murdered TM he was muscular, a skin head and wore wife beater shirts”.

    Because we’re not allowed to engage in politics at work I’ve simply allowed him to vent, and that venting has increased to a desperate level this past week. Of course no one has addressed him re his venting. To do so would be immediately perceived as *racist*.

    I’m seriously concerned that I won’t be able to keep it “corked” tomorrow and just might challenge him. I think I’ll choose to insulate myself against a confrontation by removing myself from the red zone (we work, literally, 5 ft. apart…no way to avoid him physically).

    • stella says:

      kelly, do what I do. I wear earbuds and listen to the radio. If you can’t wear earbuds, try plain old ear plugs.

    • CJinPA says:

      Sorry to hear that.

      So any attempt to address his venting over a case in which a man was prejudged guilty of racism would be prejudged as racist.

      It’s almost as if decades of treating black Americans as children unable to understand that blacks can sometimes be wrong in a racial conflict has helped divide people further.

    • unitron says:

      If you really like the guy, tell him “I’m sorry that the outcome of this case has caused you so much pain.”

      If he launches into “But how could…”, say to him, in a non-confrontational way “Have you considered that you might have been misinformed by others on some aspects of this case?”

      And see if you can find video of Mrs. Dillagard’s testimony for him to watch and ask him “Do you really think Zimmerman could have fooled *her* about his true nature?”

  42. waltherppk says:

    The “splodey heads” of cognitive dissonance are scrambling around looking for a brain bucket with their face on it ……they still don’t “get it” …..not even do they “get it” that they have been conned with a false narrative …right down to the original LIE that the accused was told to never get out of his car…by a dispatcher who testified at trial that he did not even know the caller was in a vehicle. A little thing like the truth isn’t going to get through the illusions of those who bought into the false narrative and became a cult following of “true believers”. It will take active “deprogramming” by CULT DEPROGRAMMERS to restore the mental health of those neurotics who have been living a DELUSION.

  43. dizzymissl says:

    Does anyone have a link to the reading of the verdict that includes the family walking out at the end? Everything I can find cuts off or goes to talking heads.

    • stella says:

      Are you talking about the Martins, because I don’t think they were in the courtroom for the verdict. Perhaps you are thinking of the closing arguments. They did walk out on O’Mara when he showed the picture of Trayvon.

      • Lulu says:

        That is right, Stella. Sybrina walked out on cue whenever something that would be inappropriate for a mother to see was posted. Tracy sat through autopsy photos and all the rest, studying them and chewing his gum. And he forgot to shed a tear.

        • Lulu says:

          Daryl Parks said that he’d told Sybrina-Tracy to not be in the courtroom for the verdict, but to go “home to Miami so that they could go to church” Sunday. A report from Sybrina’s usual church said she was not there. Anybody’s guess whether Tracy has a church. Neither of them were seen on Sunday.

  44. CJinPA says:

    Great work.

    I would caution that we not simply point out the actions of the people above. More important is making it safe for the media and politicians to agree with us. Hectoring them won’t do it. Shaming them helps, but if it’s too risky to portray this case honestly, they won’t.

    Not sure how to do it, but until we make it safer for weasely media and politicians to be honest in conflicts where the black citizen is at fault, nothing will change.

    • Sharon says:

      You have got to be kidding. I refuse to accept responsibility for “making it safe for the media and politicians to agree with us” about what is so. Talk about co-dependency and enabling and what not. Good grief. They need to GROW UP. Either that, or get out of the way.

      • Lulu says:

        The media? Stop listening to them. Stop watching them. Stop buying their papers and magazines. That might get their attention. And then write to them and tell them why you’re boycotting them.

        The politicians? Never, ever vote for someone who is weak on the Constitution and justice. Never.

  45. waltherppk says:

    Robert Zimmerman Jr. was just on CNN and is doing a good job of getting the truth out there to any who are willing to listen and do some some long overdue FACT CHECKING.

  46. Fantasia says:

    Watching messenbeecee right now, Melissa Harris-Perry is still race baiting and having a stroke. I put it on for entertainment value, but it nauseates me at the same time. I was looking for a bit of schaudenfreud, but ended up finding it it is worse than ever.

    Now, they are saying Angela Corey failed, that she couldn’t be bothered to even prosecute the case. Did she watch the trial? Angela Prosecuted by proxy, for heaven’s sake.

    Remember MPH is the one that recently made that video that your children don’t belong to you, they belong to the “collective”. Seems to me, the “collective” failed, they created the problematic child that Trayvon became by making him not answerable or responsible for his actions, allowing his family to scapegoat George for their failures. The “collective” is ae lot easier to blame when you fail at raising your kid, or admitting he did aomething wrong.

    What are we going to say to our children, MPH struggles with that question. You know what she says? She wanted to wish her sons away. Wow.

    They cannot instruct them properly how to behave when they are under seige. They are? Dear Lord. MPH thinks the justice system failed in the verdict. No, it failed it it’s conviction.

    I feel like I fell onto another planet when I watch these people, as they all nod in agreement with her absurd statements. Can, and do people really THINK like this? It blows the mind…

    Now I know why they have the lowest ratings, and why I never watch this channel.

    • waltherppk says:

      Such people struggling with cognitive dissonance and disillusionment need to be seriously asked what color is the sky on the planet where they live. And then they need to attend kindergarten for rational critical thinking so that hopefully after some fact checking they can tune in reality that hasn’t been a channel on their radio before.

    • unitron says:

      I have to admit that I was wondering why the Special Prosecutor wasn’t prosecuting.

      Of course that way the “pays more attention to the pictures than the fine print” public only remembers this as a loss for the 3 Curseketeers.

  47. waltherppk says:

    4 minutes of “missing time” needs to be explained by all those “cult groupies” of Saint Skittles who are like those persons who have been “alien abductees” who wre taken aboard the “mother ship” of the FALSE NARRATIVE.

    4 Minutes of MISSING TIME is the crux of the matter that needs to be called to the attention of the bitter clingers to the false narrative which conned them. Eventually they may figure it out what those 4 Minutes of “missing time” means.

    4 Minutes of “missing time” is what needs to be repeated over and over again in answer to the the bitter clingers to the FALSE NARRATIVE.

    • Release the cell phone pings with a map…..

    • unitron says:

      During those 4 minutes Zimmerman stealthily stalked him (while finishing loading his not yet ready to fire gun so that he could make that sinister sound with the slide) while his accomplices herded Trayvon towards him, but they were all so sneaky about it that Trayvon never noticed it sufficiently to mention it to Rachel.

      Or at least that seems to be the gist of what they were saying over in the lounge a few months ago.

  48. waltherppk says:

    Another “cult deprogramming” which needs to occur is to BAN that airbrushed FALSE IMAGE of an 11 year old in a white hoodie and call it out for PROPAGANDA every time and every where it appears. Stigmatize that “false victim image” for what it is and make every media that publishes it be put in receipt of complaints like an avalanche of righteous indignation and disgust, threaten or actual boycotts. Make every media that has published that PROPAGANDA image of the “child victim” regret it as the biggest mistake they ever made as an insult to people’s intelligence.

    Call them out on it as propagandists every time it appears.

  49. ytz4mee says:

    The Scheme Team and their high level enablers are still desperately trying to control the Narrative. Even their quest for widespread “outrage” amongst the black community has fizzled. The one year Anniversary of Trayvon’s death was the canary in the coalmine: almost all the “protestors” were paid to be there. In their hearts, most know exactly what Trayvon was up to – he was playing the Knockout Game and he lost.

    There is enough evidence out there about the wilding, mob violence and attacks posted by the black perpetrators themselves to websites such as WorldStarHipHop.

    It is time for us to take back and control the narrative, before their fauxrage demands for “Civil Rights” at the DOJ even gains traction. If every reader on Monday made a call demanding a no holds barred investigation, and got one other person to also make a call, it would build momentum.

    If you want to change the dynamic, the time is now. I agree with many on the pro-TM side. Trayvon Martin, had he had a loving, stable home and wasn’t attracted to the peer pressure of being a “wanna-be gangsta” could have achieved many good things and been a positive, contributing member of American society. Unfortunately, that’s NOT the path TM was on nor was it the path so many other TM’s out there are on. It’s a waste of potential. Addressing this dangerous subculture honestly and fully will do more for race relations for this country than any scam “Civil Rights” shakedown will.

    • Rob Crawford says:

      Heck, the Department of Education will likely make the Knockout Game a part of every school’s curriculum.

      Imagine — if Obama had gotten the Olympics for Chicago, it would probably be one of the events there!

    • ctdar says:

      This recent hit & run in Michigan make me wonder if vehicular hit & run is the new knockout game; look how fast the guy throws the car in reverse, the timing of drivers exit from store immediately after the people are walking out (to the only other car parked in lot) is perfect.

  50. waltherppk says:

    Another thing that would be interesting is to do a full public data dump on the contents of the phones of the various persons involved. See in particular what the photo albums and texts look like as a side by side comparison as a window into the souls of the persons involved.

    This case would disappear fast with the redacted kiddie porn with black bars obscuring the subject matter legally required to be in part redacted, and just let people’s imaginations fill in the blanks. The entire “normal teenager” and saint skittles MYTH needs to be dismantled 100%.

    All the “bitter clingers” will be running for cover yesterday when a full discovery disclosure is published. Those cult groupies won’t be able to shut their lying mouths fast enough when the whole truth and nothing but the truth is “out there” in full public view. FULL DISCLOSURE will shut down the SCAM that has been the false narrative.

  51. kathyca says:

    What does everyone think about the expression on Nelson’s face as she read the verdict and turned to the jury? She appeared to either be pleased, or to be saying “bless your hearts, you have no idea what you just did.” Believing as I do about her, I have to think it was the latter. But it really did look like the former as I watched it. Over and over and over, I might add, since it was the best news I’ve had in quite a long time!

    • ytz4mee says:

      Yes, agree with the latter.
      But I also hope that there is some dawning realization on her part that her career is over.

      • ctdar says:

        I just gotta say that I hope that is all that is over. Nelson was the ringmaster during the show, she was playing hardball to keep the calendar in check, the defense objections at bay, the prosecution free reign & she knows who gave her these instructions. The verdict may or may not have been preordained; but she knows the real story behind the trial proceedings.
        I hope she has security & stays safe.

    • waltherppk says:

      Fox News has a body language expert so maybe they can get her back on task to analyze that. It could be an interesting show.

    • waltherppk says:

      Tanya Wyman is I think the name of the body language expert at Fox News

    • ctdar says:

      I thought she looked relieved, her face has more color in it.

    • John Galt says:

      “What does everyone think about the expression on Nelson’s face as she read the verdict and turned to the jury?”

      Yippeee! No more DCA reversals! No Brady violations to cover up!

      • kathyca says:

        haha…I can always count on you to set me straight. One of the many things I love about the CTH is that I’m not even close to the biggest cynic in the room. It’s a nice change of pace ;)

      • rickmadigan says:

        The defense has to do sanctions hearing with her, don’t they? Also, will she be presiding over Shellie’s case and then the NBC suit case for George? As I understood it, she has all of it, thought she is in Divorce court. Why would they let her do all the Zimmerman cases?

    • Mimbler says:

      I think she was just happy with a not guilty plea, because she will not face an appeal which would uncover her (IMHO) illegal trial stunts

    • It saved her from being reversed and possibly ending her career.

  52. waltherppk says:

    What I foresee occurring in the United States is a ban placed upon use of the “race card” that is akin to what laws exist in Germany with regards to “holocaust deniers” being prosecuted as Nazi instigators. To put this “race card” SCAM in proper context may ultimately require making the use of the “race card” a hate crime itself.

    • ytz4mee says:

      Nothing will happen until after the 2014 midterms. Alot is at stake, especially if the Progs successfully rally their base after this “setback”.

      Likewise, we have to begin working hard – NOW – to rally people of decency and fairness to elect people who will work to investigate and put an end to these types of malicious machinations. Who controls both Houses in Congress will hold the balance of power in this upcoming struggle.

      • waltherppk says:

        Instead of just a shellacing, 2014 mid-terms need to be 10 coats of decoupage compliments of the Tea Party.

      • yankeeintx says:

        You bring up an very good point about the elections. There is a whole group of people who were told what to believe, and they did. They were told who to hate, and they did. They were told to be outraged, and they were. Now they will be told who to vote for.

      • CJinPA says:

        Honestly, I hope we don’t think we can solve this via elections. The GOP is just as frightened at challenging the conventional wisdom that ensnared George Zimmerman as Democrats.

        Look at how one-sided the coverage is. That’s a no-win death trap for elected Republicans. An investigation is warranted, but it will play out the same way the whole mess has,with plenty of troubling facts brought up and….ultimately dismissed, because everyone is too afraid to change anything.

        If we don’t make it safe for Republicans to stand toe-to-toe with liberals on these racial controversies, nothing will change.

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  54. Undertow says:

    Excellent, as usual. One point I disagree with,

    “Meanwhile unknown to the rest of the world, because the inept and lame institutional media refuses to do just a little digging and research, massive forces are aligned to insure that George Zimmerman remains nothing more than an avenue for more power, greed and prestige.”

    The Institutional media is doing TONS of research. They are running the very massive forces you speak of. It is the agenda they dictate being played out. I wish they were just incompetent, but that is no so. They are the very root of the problem.

    • I am starting to think like this to. I used to think it was just dopey libs being dopey libs. Then I realized that you can’t make money telling the truth. Why tell the truth through research when you can make 100 x the money, 10 times as long with half the effort?

    • CJinPA says:

      I think we give them too much credit, and take our eye off the ball, by saying the media is simply dictating this, as if they don’t have every incentive to behave just as they are behaving.

      The risk is simply too high for mainstream news outlets to challenge the conventional narrative in racial conflicts (which is: White Bad Always.) They won’t change until we the people make it safe for them to change. Or more to the point, until we make it too uncomfortable to defend the status quo and create incentives for showing courage.

      I believe this is the root of the problem. How we change it I don’t know, but it takes more than just noting their awful behavior (We did that after the Duke Lacrosse travesty to no effect) or thinking they will be displaced anytime soon. For the forseeable future there will be a mainstream media having great influence over the narrative in racial conflicts, and the only hope for honest Americans is to shift the dynamics that compel the media to consciously suppress the truth.

      • Undertow says:

        How did “White Bad Always” become the accepted narrative? It did not get that way by itself, it took much work and much money to make it so.

        The thinking that they are just doing this for profit is, again, very flawed. Viewership = advertising $$. The further to the left a news channel is, the less money it makes. Don’t believe me? Look it up. MSNBC is getting killed. CNN is doing better, but not great. FOX is doing just fine. So, if it is more profitable to be further to the right(and it is), why are more major media outlets not doing so, if profit is the motive?

        The firestorm this trial created was not just reported on by the media, it was CREATED by the media. Manufactured. The edited call, the accusation Zim said “coons”, the picture of a 12/13 yr old Martin, etc. The talking points were agreed upon before the story ever became common knowledge.

        The people that own and direct these propaganda outlets are to blame. Wake up, please.

        • CJinPA says:

          It has nothing to do with profit. It has to do with, “Which is the path of least resistance? Incentives vs disinsentives.

          To believe that this is the work of the owners of the media outlets is to simply absolve us all of responsibility. “What can we do? They’re so organized with secret talking points.” Wrong. Every expample you give can be explained by media professionals who would like to keep their jobs. Sure, they are overwhelmingly Democrat, but their main concern is presenting the story in the safest manner and continuing to be paid to talk on TV or write. Human nature. Are they cowards? Of course. So are all of the politicians watching from the sidelines too scared to speak up.

          “White Bad Always” was not the result of some paid consultants hunched over a table conspiring to change America. It is the result of decent people deciding 50 some years ago that white racism was a problem, with media and scholars and politicians being given the political cover by the people to address it.

          But a half century later, as race relations became more complex, the narrative became more simple, from White Racisms Needs to be Addressed Where it Occurs, to White Bad Always.

          I think that’s the most reasonable explanation for how we got here, and the most hopeful. Because we reshapred conventional wisdom on race relations before and we can do it again.

  55. realitycheck says:

    I happened to make the mistake of flipping to CNN and saw Jesse Jackson say that obviously the prosecution messed up by not prosecuting this as a race case “which it has been from the beginning”!!!!!

    So for Parks and Crump etc, flip-floppers extraordinaire Is it abut race or not or is the answer what day is it? Why doesn’t the press pick up those statements that are mutually exclusive?

    JJ’s last statement (with my apologies to Jimmy Walker) was that the jury was not made up of Trayvon’s peers as required, the scary thing he wasn’t called out on it. Someone needs to point out to the old shake down specialist that the accused in this case was George Zimmerman and the jury was supposed to be of his peers. (which it was not)

    I also think it would be difficult to get JJ’s jury since most of Traydmark’s thug peers are either drugged out, in prison or dead.

  56. Sweetback the Murse says:

    Whites have to start organizing and getting the word out that our culture. future of our children, and survival is under attack and we need to start marching and protesting until the rule of law is the standard once again. There is no other way. What gives me hope is I saw a few Whites opposing Trayvon protesters outside of the courthouse.

  57. waltherppk says:

    Newt Gingrich made a very astute observation that where this case went off the rails is when it became a controversy over the shooting death of a black teenager instead of a controversy over the shooting death of an American teenager, which is the place where the distinction should stop. Newt is probably onto something there. But it probably went right over a lot of people’s heads.

  58. Mr. Izz says:

    As we all should remember, “this case isn’t about race.” Yet now, the NAACP is doing everything they can to attack Zimmerman, this is suddenly a civil rights case again, and black people everywhere are saying/doing unspeakable things. Remember though, it isn’t about race.

  59. eastern2western says:

    how come he is black, but Zimmerman is white?

  60. deanno1 says:

    Lawyers on HLN said Fed Pros for civil rights violations highly UNLIKELY. BTW, is Florida a referendum state? If so I want to make the following proposal for the next ballot election–resolved that 1) Angela Corey 2) Sunny Hostin 3) Jane Velez Mitchell 4) Nancy Grace and 5) Debra Nelson be burnt at the stake in the public square of Sanford Florida for what these witches did to GZ..

  61. Liberty Laxatives says:

    The rich, wealthy black establishment is doubling down now. They want George lynched no matter what. I cannot even watch news shows anymore. Anybody with half a brain can see that these are the new slave massahs. Just a different skin color. But their dictate rules. For a million different subconscious, conscious, and legal reasons. Meet the new boss. Same as the old boss with a slightly different skin hue.

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  63. pspinach says:

    NAACP still accusing Z of racial profiling when there is zero evidence. Z’s grandfather was black. His upbringing shows the good side. It’s white, black and hispanic against the political Al Sharpton$, public manipulators Julison$, and family (or un-family) Martin$ of the country. This is not a white vs blacks issue. Bring on the civil suit, NAACP, and let’s discuss further who did the racial profiling shall we? “Creepy a– cracker” was a slur against gay and caucasians. Let the dismantling of NAACP and the Obama/Holder administration begin. Without race-baiting, they no longer have power over America. The battle has just begun, but air so much lighter and the heaviness of our hearts lifted.

  64. waltherppk says:

    When a person matching the description of a burglary suspect is being observed and followed or even challenged by a watchman or other person, the race of either the observer or the observed is a non-issue except for that part of the description as necessarily could apply to a suspect for which that much information was already known. And if that suspect should choose unwisely to commit an assault and battery on the person of the observer who is armed and responds with a justifiable use of deadly force …..once again the respective races of the observer and observed is completely a non-issue. But for this scenario, just like for any other scenario imaginable where the races may differ, then somebody, anybody can make an overreaching argument by playing the “race card” as a distraction and misdirection about the facts, to try to make something out of the event which it simply is not.

    • pspinach says:



      What not to do in your past leading to increasing trouble with the law and neighborhood watch:


      “While at school, try not to get suspended for spray painting the children’s lockers with “WTF”, especially if you have in your current possession stuff like twelve articles of stolen women’s jewelry and a big-ass screw driver used for breaking into homes.”

      NO DOUBT TRAYVON WAS LOOKING INTO BURGLARIZING A CAR AND CAME FACE TO FACE WITH A NEIGHBOR HOOD WATCH. This kind of thing doesn’t happen in a non-gated community. Gated communities or places with security are intended to warn visitors and trespassers that they are being watched by security, residents of the community and neighborhood watch. The sign for the Watch was so big, you couldn’t miss it at the entrance. Trayvon walked right by it when he entered through the disallowed area. He flagrantly disobeyed as a visitor to the area. He was old enough to read and he PURPOSELY IGNORED THE WARNING.

      For all intents and purposes, Trayvon was a visitor, and so was his father. He and Brandi was responsible for their minors and their visitors. The party to file suit for reparation from those two is the HOA and its residents.

      The only way to fight this and the Obama administration is to countersue. It is Obama and Holder’s fault too for catalyzing this incident into a racist tall tale, and for threatening the judges somehow to run a kangaroo court.

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  66. scaretactics says:

    Thank you God for giving the 6 jurors the wisdom and courage to make the right decision.

    Why were Traymom and Traydad in the courtroom all during the trial? Was it:
    1. To encourage the jury to have sympathy for them?
    2. To intimate George and the defense team?
    3. To hear all of the facts about what happened on February 26?
    4. To continue their scheming and guarantee further money from their supporters?

    Do you think the Scheme Team required their presence?

    • Lulu says:

      Sounds as though you got three out of four. Facts about February 26? They already had Crump’s “facts” – the ones they needed to achieve #4.

  67. FrenchPug says:

    My phone can not handle this post. My browser keeps closing. Great post though. It really ties everything together!

  68. auscitizenmom says:

    Sundance, there is a really interesting racist quote from Francis Oliver that I heard on FL Brighthouse Channel 13 last night. She said something about the jury being 6 white women and that is why he got off. I am looking for it, but I am not good at finding stuff. However, I will keep looking. It came right after the verdict and she was being interview by a black reporter.

    • ytz4mee says:

      They are trying to tee up pushing for “Disparate Impact” in jury selections. In other words, there will always have to be a radicalized anti-White black member on any jury going forward as reparations for this “injustice”.
      Every jury will have a Francis Oliver/NAACP/BGI approved stealth juror by federal mandate.


      What the public doesn’t realize is that they achieved almost all of their goals with this fauxrage, including getting ridding of white racist Crackers Norm Wolfinger and Chief Lee. Their replacements are shameless BGI race panderers of the highest order. You can not even begin to understand just how gleeful Francis Oliver is with those “victories” and their BGI approved replacements. The aggrieved minority in Sanford is now dictating the terms to the under siege majority and they are thrilled.

      • rocker124 says:

        I understand what you are saying, but I see a different result. Maybe because I grew up near Detroit, so I know where what Francis Oliver is trying to accomplish leads. Soon all white people and all sensible black people will leave Sanford-just like Detroit. people like Crump will run the city_run it into the ground. Nobody will be safe, and graft and corruption will be rampant.

        • ytz4mee says:

          What is that any different? What makes you think I disagree with that? It’s part and parcel of her quest for control and race-based retribution, but the specific comments about the “all white” jury that wasn’t a “jury of Trayvon’s peers” is to advance the disparate impact stealth juror goal.

          Logic has nothing to do with it. Nothing.

      • Liberty Laxatives says:

        I believe that this is worth radical resistance.

        ytx, you are 100% correct. In fact, their (the Left’s, that is, with a strong streak of black grievance mongering) power is already such that I doubt there is a chance the Florida Bar will seriously investigate this.

        If the majority realizes this before it is too late, there may be a chance to keep this republic. I for one believe it to be too late.

  69. sangell says:

    Great outline of this case and its players. This will really help people like me who were not up to speed when I first happened upon this website trying to learn what happened to Brandy Green because I all I was seeing was Tracy Martin with Sybrina.

    The bad news for these kind of hustlers is that America has been picked clean of the low hanging fruit. This is not a rich country anymore. It is a debt ridden, hollowed out nation full of people slipping into poverty. The PIgford days are over as are the Jesse Jackson style extortion of big business for auto dealerships, beer distributorships and other goodies corporate America once could hand out in the pre-globalized, multinational economy era. Look at how far down the food chain Crump’s latest scheme had to go. A lousy HOA where many of the homeowners were blacks and minorities whose property values have been devastated by this case. A small suburban city of no great wealth who may even be self insured for the first million in damages they have to pay out. There are no deep pockets to loot in this case and people need to realize that the BGI, if it is to exist will have to feed on smaller and smaller victims who cannot afford expensive legal defenses.

  70. Yakmaster says:

    HLN and CNN still trying to snooker viewers into believing in the “widespread outrage.”
    At the beginning it was “widespread outrage” over the ‘gunning down’ of blah, blah, blah.
    NOW it’s “widespread outrage” over the verdict blah, blah, blah.

    • Undertow says:

      They are reporting what they want to exist. They are trying to manufacture the outrage.

      It is how they trick the brain-dead. By reporting something, no matter how silly, as fact, many people will believe it, and repeat it to others, as fact.

  71. 22tula says:

    “George Zimmerman acquitted”
    July 14, 2014 – Comments – The Snake

  72. Now the pressure comes on Holder (Obama) for a federal civil rights inquiry. Of course the blacks are extorting them with the mid-term elections and their belief that Obama owes them.

    How can the DOJ file federal charges against George when they already showed their bias by organizing protests against George?

  73. eastern2western says:

    by the way, does Zimmerman have the right to save his own life? He was the one getting his head smashed against the cement.

  74. Cupcakes says:

    In the post-verdict press conference, what did O’Mara whisper to West when West was saying “The prosecution of George Zimmerman was disgraceful…..”??

  75. tara says:

    Ugh, FOX News just reported that the DOJ has announced that it’s going to do an investigation for the NAACP’s request for a federal case. It’s like they’re trying to harrass George. There’s now way they can really get involved, we know the reasons, but they’re going to try to scare George anyway. Are O’Mara and West planning to continue to assist George? I hope so.

  76. tara says:

    I can see we’re far from done here. At least George has been acquitted, but now the circus is ramping up again. Excerpts from a Chicago Tribune article:

    At Trinity United Church of Christ on Chicago’s South Side, half the people surrounding the pulpit wore hoodies during a Sunday sermon, including the Rev. Otis Moss III, the church’s senior pastor. One woman wore a T-shirt proclaiming, “I am Trayvon.”


    Across the country, many people have criticized the verdict in Zimmerman’s case, arguing that it effectively legalizes the killing of black men who look suspicious. Moss addressed that in his sermon, too, saying his 12-year old son, Elijah, asked Saturday night, “Daddy, am I next?”

    (more barf)

    • tara says:

      Meanwhile, truly innocent black kids are dying, many at the hands of other blacks:

      Relatives recall Gizzell Kiara Ford as a smart, mature and respectful 8-year-old girl.

      Prosecutors said today her grandmother, Helen M. Ford, 51, of the 5200 block of West Adams Street, inflicted so many injuries on the girl over a long enough period and neglected her so badly that before she died Friday, Gizzell had maggots living in a head injury that had spread to another part of her scalp. [...] When the girl’s death first came to light, Ford told police that Gizzell had harmed herself because she was upset her mother was not visiting her. But further investigation revealed that Ford had struck the child in the head and body numerous times and strangled her, according to police.

      Where’s Al Sharpton??? Where’s Jesse Jackson??? Where is the NAACP??? Where are the militant black groups???

    • Lulu says:

      Isn’t Trinity Church Jeremiah Wright’s big hangout, the big church Obama “chose” when advised by political and activist mentors that he needed a church? As I recall they also told him he needed to drop his Ivy League speech and talk like a homie if he was to have street cred.

      • Rob Crawford says:

        Yes. Also Oprah’s former church.

        Up until her audience twigged to the idea that she’d be just as happy to see them all rotting in a mass grave as paying for the crap books she pushed.

  77. Lee says:

    Zimmerman saw a stranger, standing in the dark and rained (reasonable suspicion) looking like he was “up to no good, on drugs or something” (which proved correct on at least one count by medical tox report) and calls non-emergency – non-emergency ask for more information – he tries to be helpful. When operated realizes he may have gotten out of the vehicle – advises he doesn’t need to – “okay”. The evidence matches Zimmerman account. Zimmerman doesn’t remember something a teacher said in class 3 years prior, when asked a question by TV personality while under stressful condition, makes him a liar.?. Really? Really! It’s over Holder – you have folks in DC in high security positions with more difficulty remembering the facts from the day before than Zimmerman has ever had – clean your own house first.

  78. Liberty Laxatives says:

    The black establishment’s overreach will make clear the power lust and craven greed of a group of people who use race to lynch those who get in their way and to help collect contributions and such. Has America encountered such a vile enemy in recent history, from within? I suppose the KKK, but they lost power many years back . . .

    • Undertow says:

      The BGI is just one arm of the communist octopus. The media, the enviro-nuts, the Mosque builders. Stopping one just speeds up the others. The fact is that they will all be thrown aside once the commies have full power, they always are.

  79. CJinPA says:

    What is something specific and achievable and obvious that can be done to make a repeat of this travesty less likely?

    See to it that the U.S. Department of Justice never works with or recognizes in any capacity Al Sharpton. How could the nation’s top law enforcement officer meet with, be photographed with, and lend credence to a man whose notorious legacy is defined by a hoax designed to smear law enforcement officers?

    To ask the question is to answer it. Eric Holder could not possibly answer this adequately if asked. Ending such official respect for Sharpton is a specific and attainable goal.

    • micki (michelle) says:

      I hope the moniker “BGI” gets out in use by the MSM somehow. It’s a perfect language capture of who and what they are about. Everytime Al or Jesse of one of the minions comes on tv, the audience can say, “There they are—BGI.”

  80. gulfbreeze says:

    Breaking….Channel 13 News in Orlando is just now reporting that late this afternoon the DOJ is launching an investigation into civil rights violations against Zimmerman. Can’t find confirmation anywhere else on the net. If you’ve got a link, please post.

    • ytz4mee says:

      Once again, the corporate media is deliberately and maliciously misrepresenting the facts to gin up interest and keep eyeballs glued to the screen to leverage maximum revenue rates for advertisers.

      What happened was the DOJ was forced to issue a mild statement affirming that they had an “open” investigation.
      I am sure there will be a lot of pressure on staffers to comb through what evidence has been gathered to find an obscure statute to charge Zimmerman with, but as Holder’s own carefully crafted statement acknowledges, the federal statute is very limited in scope, especially after a state trial.


    • John Galt says:

      Maybe this is a smoke screen to try and stall GZ’s potential civil case against Scheme Team past the 2 year statute of limitations for defamation. FS § 95.11(4)(g)

  81. gainny says:

    Why did Julison work for free?

  82. mcfyre2012 says:

    Let the law suits begin. It’s time for the fraudulent activities and nefarious characters to be seen in the light of day…on both a national and international scale.

    A Civil Rights case against Zimmerman? Laughable at best, especially as Trayvon’s past would be revealed.

  83. MayS says:

    All the attorneys wanted was their 33%

    • LetJusticePrevail" says:

      I’m not sure which attorneys you are referring to, but while doing some research about wrongful death suits in Florida, I stumbled on something in the statues that appeared to limit attorney’s fees to no more than 25%. But, It’s not clear (to me) if that limitation applies only to fees associated with actual suits, or if it included fees for attorneys who merely negotiated out of court settlements. Further, it is not clear if that applies to ALL the attorneys *collectively* or if each individual attorney can request that amount.

  84. How will all that is hidden be made public when MSM, including Fox insists on covering their eyes? None that I have seen mention “Lean”, the M-DSPD, or anything else that shows WHO attacked GZ that night. GZ civil suits are not going to bring this to the public spotlight, IMO.

  85. minor4 says:

    Great article. Looking forward to more of the unveiling and suits that follow

  86. recoverydotgod says:

    This 2005 article is interesting due to the political nature of the Zimmerman case. I’ve snipped out a couple of parts, but the whole article is worth the read.

    Grieving for Parks, Rights Leaders Ponder Future
    Published: October 31, 2005


    “In the absence of dogs and hoses there is no immediate, obvious enemy before us, so it’s harder to mobilize a sense of outrage,” said Senator Barack Obama, an Illinois Democrat who is the only black member of the United States Senate. “Rosa Parks did not just sit down on her own initiative. She was part of a movement.”


    The Rev. Al Sharpton said the civil rights movement was alive and well but just looked different.

    “The movement today is more Northern, more urban and more centered around police brutality and racial profiling,” Mr. Sharpton said, adding that it was also less likely to be covered by a national news media that romanticized the Southern confrontations of the past.


  87. diwataman says:

    There is a solution for anyone who gets frustrated and angry with the media and the Trayvonites. All you have to do is pretend Trayvon was a 12 year old little boy and George some crazed lunatic who couldn’t wait to kill a little black boy just for carrying skittles. After you do that everything you read and hear from the Trayvonites makes perfect sense and you will agree with everything they say. Amazing huh? I just did that while reading Leatherman’s site and I agreed with everything they were saying and left happy.

    • tara says:

      Why are they satisifed with those characterizations of Trademark and George? That’s what I can’t understand, their total lack of desire to find out what is real and true. Surely the inconsistencies bother them, and yet they do nothing about it.


  89. Jeff B. says:

    Judge Alex made some great statements concerning the NAACP filing for federal investigation… He said that first Zimmerman has already been investigated by the FB! and absolutely no evidence has been found about GZ being a racist… and second, the only evidence in this case about racism of any kind came from Trayvon… Judge Alex said it would be almost impossible for any federal charges against GZ to happen…

  90. Jeff B. says:

    Some one please ask the UN-Reverend Al Sharpton in front of national media why he does not care about 96 black on black murders in Chicago over 4th of July weekend but only focuses on the Trayvon Martin case where the factual evidence does not support a crime even happened other than Trayvon attacking another individual and causing his own death…?

  91. Jeff B. says:

    Shouldn’t someone tell Jessie Jackson that he needs to worry about his criminal fraudulent embezzling son before he starts worrying and point the criminal finger at anyone else…?

  92. Jeff B. says:

    Can someone tell me how to make “Lean”? BTW, what was Trayvon carrying home from 7-11?

    • tara says:

      NBC prior to the trial: “[I]f Zimmerman is convicted, that fact alone will constitute substantial evidence that the destruction of his reputation is the result of his own criminal conduct

      (big smirk)

      • John Galt says:

        NBC will now argue that editing the NEN call did not prejudice Zimmerman because he was acquitted 6-0. Jury pool, and by extrapolation, the general public unaffected by false reporting.

  93. dizzymissl says:

    Mark NeJame blasts Corey’s office and political influence

    • tara says:

      Oooooh!!! They’re tearing her apart! They should have shown the PCA announcement, that was even worse. Academy award lol

      • tara says:

        (Mantei, escape while you can! You’re better than this!)

        • sangell says:

          Monday night at 10 p.m ET on a special edition of HLN After Dark, Vinnie Politan is one-on-one with the Zimmerman prosecution team to try to find out what happened. HLN has been all over this case, and nothing is off-limits in this primetime interview.

          Don’t know if Mantei is going to be on the ‘loser’s tour’

          • tara says:

            Oh I do hope Angela “Liz Taylor” Corey will be on to continue her award acceptance speech. And it would be great if Mantei would show up and turn whistleblower on live TV.

            • Lulu says:

              Oh, please! I was a fan of Liz Taylor. They should not be mentioned in the same breath. Brassy fat Angela in her clown makeup? Nevah!

              • Lulu says:

                As for little Mantei, he looks like something you’d find in an aquarium.

                • John Galt says:

                  My gf watched none of the trial, but subsequently listened to Mantei for a few seconds and said, “Who is that and why he is such a jerk?”

    • LetJusticePrevail" says:

      Mark NeJame is obfuscating here. He mentions the fact that Governor Scott’s chief of staff comes from Jacksonville, which is where Angela Corey’s office is. He’s trying to cover up the Corey/Bondi/Crump association. Martin Savidge later misdirects the conversation to focus on a need to speak to *this* prosecution team. as a source for answers about the reason for a M2 charge, instead of a manslaughter charge. Together, they are misdirecting the public interest away from the question of Norm Wolfinger’s recusal, and the manner in which Angela Corey was selected. I would much rather see Norm Wolfinger be asked the hard questions and HOPE for an honest answer from him, rather than speak to the 4th district team and get more of their lies. If I wanted any information from the 4th JD SAO, I would speak to Wesley White, and Ben Kruidbos, first. Notice that NOTHING was mention about the delayed hearing for sanctions against their office?

      • Lulu says:

        Does anyone else recall that Mark NeJame was Zimmerman’s #1 choice for defense? NeJame had already signed on as an analyst with CNN so was unable to take the job. I don’t believe GZ missed much. NeJame is a wuss, IMO, who reminds me disturbingly of Phil Specter. I cannot imagine him handling the case any better than O’Mara-West have done, nor necessarily obtaining the same outcome.

    • John Galt says:

      “Mark NeJame blasts Corey’s office and political influence”

      I hope it takes down all the corrupt RINOs. Maybe I should email Ben Jealous and suggest that the RINOs intentionally threw the case to keep our people down. Yo Ben, check this. Corey can convict a sister and put her away for 20 years for shooting a hole in drywall, but can’t convict a child murderer? Why did they wait until the last minute to raise child abuse charges? All the blacks mysteriously stricken from the jury? Bernie struck a brother from the jury, Ben. They just puttin’ on an act. Do they think we ignant? Please Ben, call these racist Republicans to account.

  94. tara says:

    I’m watching HLN’s replay of the trial, right now Ken doll is doing the opening statement, and it just dawned on me that opening pretty much blew the State’s case right there. With his overacting and lies, the jury was expecting some pretty egregious stuff. Promising and then not delivering is a bad move.

    • Undertow says:

      If the facts are on your side, argue the facts. If the law is on your side, argue the law. If neither of those is on your side, claim racism, sling mud, and make emotional pleas to fairness.

  95. rumpole2 says:

    Posted by KF10 at RT……………

    Check out the URL and title of the page: http://parkscrump.com/client-satification/


  96. tara says:

    HLN now playing Jayne’s testimony and the longest 9-1-1 call ever. I remember that day well, the comments on TCTH were the most hilarious I’ve ever seen! I have to revisit that thread.

    • waltherppk says:

      A person could blow into one of her ears and put their hand over the opposite ear and feel the breeze. When she stands sideways in a breeze her head is a wind tunnel.

    • tara says:

      OK, I found the thread. The comments are so funny I’m tearing up reading them again. Love this one from froggielegs: Meanwhile, 7 other people die waiting to get through to 911 while this woman is wasting their time. Call a friend lady! lol

      • froggielegs says:

        LOL Tara!! Seriously that woman needed to cal 1-800-nut-case. She is one of the reasons I could never be a 911 operator. I would of told her to get to the nearest mental health clinic and voluntarily baker act herself.

  97. Tom Petes says:

    Sign the Angela Corey DOJ investigation petition.


    Need 150 signatures to get it posted on the website.

  98. Aoife says:

    These people need to be publicly exposed and the only way to do it is to continue to publish these articles and cross post and share with everyone you know. Since the media has been so relentless with the misinformation, so should we. Even the local media, the Slantinel and that insipid Mel Robbins (sp?) on the local talk radio is about to make my head explode. I stopped listening to her last year when this “Harvard-trained lawyer” joined the chorus calling for George’s head. I’m guessing she cut class on the day they discussed probable cause. I’ve heard her berate callers who dared to suggest that the grieving parents are partially to blame for their son’s death. It’s the CULTURE she wailed. Because the CULTURE doesn’t have a face and can’t really take responsibility. NO…it starts with the parents. It’s up to them to teach their kids how to be decent humans. A perfect example of the type of guidance that Trayvon received is in evidence on the last night of his life. His father decides to go ahead with date night and his latest fling regardless of the fact that his out of control son was shipped up to Sanford because mom couldn’t control him. He didn’t even seem to notice Trayvon, the 17 yo CHILD, wasn’t even home the next morning. What responsible parent would think that whole scenario is kosher? I’m no parent but if my kid was having problems, I wouldn’t be going anywhere and I damn should would be ballistic if they stayed out all night. The lawyers have their own outter ring of hell IMO too. They keep beating that dead horse hoping for a whinny. The truth is out jerkweeds…I think people are finally starting to hear what the truth of this case has been and we must continue to carry the torch of truth. My hope is that in the next few weeks and the realization of this travesty becomes more well known, that there will be a backlash against the persecutors, I’d love to see Mayor Triplett face a recall election, Napoleon Bonaparte fired, and Chief Lee reinstated, and last but not least, a full apology from the State of Florida to the Zimmerman family and some nice big settlement checks from the alphabet networks and various other organizations for their lies, distortions, and obfuscations.

    • Naomi Blue says:

      You are exactly right! Most of the fault of Trayvon’s death lies directly on the shoulders of his parents. There are times when kids go wrong despite excellent parenting, but this was not one of those cases. The main thing that proves that to me is the fact that Trayvon was not grounded and under strict adult supervision during those 10 days of his suspension from school because of his behavior. I raised 3 daughters to be responsible adults. None of them were ever suspended from school, but I know exactly what I would have done if they had been. And I believe any responsible parent would do that. It’s pretty obvious from Trayvon’s texts, etc. that he was going down the wrong path. It’s really sad that he won’t have the chance to grow out of his rebellious teen years and maybe straighten out his life. Many do.

  99. tara says:

    Jeanine Pirro on FOX News is ripping Angela Corey a new one, so to speak. I pray that this is the start of intense scrutiny of the process leading up to the PCA, and I hope Corey is the first to fall. Crump is bad, $ybrina is bad, but it was Corey who made the sham trial a reality.

    • waltherppk says:

      There was a bald lawyer consultant to Fox who gave a highly astute analysis in summary of the entire case and hit all the highpoints of the ways it was legally improper and politically motivated, and that was part of a discussion overnight or last night. I will try to find a link or get the name because we should really get the video for that particular clip. The fellow sounded like a New York edition of Don West and was pulling no punches.

    • Yakmaster says:

      YES. She is not going to get her Academy Award for this malicious prosection as she envisioned. She’s ‘flopped at the box office.’ Both she and her co-star, Bernie. At least poor things have their cushy pensions…

    • tara says:

      Pirro asked viewers to vote if they agreed or disagreed with the verdict. She said she got a record number of responses. 80% agreed with the verdict. I realize this is totally unscientific, and I realize that it’s FOX News, but still 80% is pretty damned good. I always thought that there were more George supporters than Trademark supporters, we’re just not loud mouthed attention seekers who have tantrums when we don’t get our way.

    • waltherppk says:

      Peter J. Johnson, Jr. was the Fox commenter who gave an astute summary of the entire case. The video is not linked yet under his name, but it may be up indexed otherwise.

  100. Baldy says:

    Michael Skolnik ‏@MichaelSkolnik 15m
    about 10 arrests so far from protests in NYC – arrests were made at 71 street and Park Avenue. (via @shimon4ny) #JusticeForTrayvon

    Michael Skolnik ‏@MichaelSkolnik 30m
    Peaceful protesters in LA have closed down the 110 Freeway. #JusticeForTrayvon
    Expand —- There is no constitutional right to shut down roads, no matter what leftists think. They should be arrested.

    • RockyMtnMama says:

      They shut down a freeway in LA? The protesters will be lucky if they don’t become the victims of some vigilante justice by angry drivers.

  101. tara says:

    Corey is getting skewered on FOX News tonight. Just finished with Dershowitz, he said the DOJ should investigate her for violating George’s civil rights. He mentioned her pathetic threats last year after he tore apart her PCA.

    • waltherppk says:

      Yeah Dershowitz doubled down on Corey didn’t he. Like a big I told ya so Einstein from Dershowitz to Corey ….accusing her now of a criminal civil rights violation and saying she should be disbarred a la Mike Nifong. Angela Corey probably now really has the hots for teacher, and a splodey head to match.

      • LetJusticePrevail" says:

        It would be nice if FOX would link a notice to change.org petition when they make these broadcasts. Yeah… like they would really DO that…

  102. John Galt says:

    NAACP is apparently spamming Obama donors. An Obama donor that I know advised me they received an email identical to that blogged below. This person has had no prior association or communications to or from the NAACP.


  103. Phoebe SD says:

    Why is not the mainstream media even looking at this?! Even if i had not read this article, there is something wrong wiht the “black” and “left” reactions to this verdict. False information regarding the attack are that Zimmerman was the agressor, but Martin attcked first. Martin is portrayed as the victim, killed and discarded, when the opporsite is true, with Zimmerman is hounded and perscuted. ONe may not agree with the verdict, but this does NOT in any way equate to the racial discrimination earlier genrations experienced.
    Where were these voices when OJ was found not guilty? Oh, I forgot, he killed a couple of white people. It’s not the same…Yeah, we should just get a group together and lynch GZ.

  104. American Band says:

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    • unitron says:

      There seems to be a breeze blowing from under a bridge, bringing with it a faint odor of troll.

    • tara says:

      The BGI wants us to be intimidated by the treatment of George. They’ve told us that not only can we not shoot black thugs who choose to beat us, we can’t follow them and we can’t even look at them. They’re free to be feral, these sons of Obama.

      It’s made my husband and me even stronger. I’m waiting for my FOID and then I’ll get my concealed carry permit. I have never owned a gun before, but the past 16 months have changed me. Now I know I’d rather kill a thug and go through what George went through than be permanently injured or dead because the thug’s parents refused to raise him/her properly.

    • misterdeedeebooboo says:

      My guess is that you’re either going to get yourself killed or arrested. Zimmerman didn’t “confront” Trayvon, Trayvon beat the pulp out of him, Zimmerman screamed for help for 40 seconds, and Trayvon was mounted on top of him preventing any possible escape.

      Regardless of the lies being told by the MSM, this verdict is not a license to shoot blacks with no legal repercussions. You seem to be learning all of the wrong lessons from this incident, IMHO, and if you actually act on your words it’s going to end very badly for everyone including, and especially, yourself.

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  106. nwtex says:

    Zimmerman Attorney To Media: “You Had A Lot To Do With” Turning My Client Into A Monster

    [...]You guys, the media. He was like a patient in an operating table where mad scientists were committing experiment on him and he had no anesthesia. He didn’t know why he was turned into this monster. But quite honestly you guys had a lot to do with it, you just did, cause you took a story that was fed to you and you ran with it, and you ran right over him. And that was horrid to him.


  107. Alexandra M. says:

    Oh. My. Gosh.
    I am beyond stunned. Be–yond. This goes far beyond what I could have ever imagined. WOW.
    I hardly know what to say (so forgive my clumsy words)!! Plus, its almost 5 AM my time and I’m up early (for me) to prep lesson plans for my cherubs (year-round charter school in my case). Naturally I had to read here first! ;)

    To the God-bless-it Treehouse, its remarkable Mods, Sundance (relentless researcher and ultimate connector-of-dots) and all its amazing posters/contributors……. THANK YOU!!
    You have given this young(ish), once naive and sheltered, fresh-out-of-college gal the kind of education you simply CANNOT get from all the Professors in the world. I am eternally grateful…..seriously. I have always considered myself Conservative….not easy when you live and work in Seattle haha! The Treehouse has been, and will continue to remain, my important on-going education. Not just the BGI-related articles, but everything I have absorbed about the President and beyond. THANK YOU ALL. “For real, you guys!”. Love Ya!!!!!

  108. Lulu says:

    I haven’t time to run the entire thread to see if this piece by M. Catherine Evans has been posted. She reflects the anger that many of us feel over what has turned out to be Trayvon Martin, worth more dead than alive. And Evans doesn’t hold back… smacks Sybrina, Tracy and all the others:

  109. Lulu says:

    If this ends up posted twice, forgive me. It did not show up at all after I posted it and I noticed I didn’t have Javascript turned on.

    M. Catherine Evans writes this piece for American Thinker on the tragic reality that, to many, Trayvon has turned out to be more valuable dead than he was alive. She spares no one, smacking Sybrina, Tracy and all the others…

    • Alexandra M. says:

      YES!!! Lulu I highly recommend the article you so kindly linked.
      My other post got beamed to who-knows-where but to summarize—– I just want to express my sincere thanks to Sundance, all the Mods, and the posters/contributors to this wonderful Treehouse of Truth!! It’s not just the Zimmerman stuff, it’s ALL of it!
      WOW—-what an invaluable education.
      God bless all of you!!!

      • Alexandra M. says:

        And…..Oh My Gosh!!! Talk about immoral people being in this scheme as thick as thieves!! Wowza……

  110. GZanon says:

    Has this been posted here.. I’m way to bleary eyed to read thru.
    got it from a comment off Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion


    I’m going to nap now. but just for kicks.. Is this Pam Bondi? I might have been profiling idk..

  111. districteyes says:

    Does anyone know where I can find footage of the Prosecution team’s reaction as the verdict is being read?

    I’ve only seen video footage of George’s reaction as the verdict is being read. Nothing that documents the prosecution team’s faces as the verdict is read.

    • dizzymissl says:

      This is the best I have found.

      • tara says:

        Thanks so much for posting that, I was looking for video that showed the more extended footage of Defense-side reaction. It brings tears to my eyes to watch George, Shellie, and George’s parents. Wow. I know they were relieved, but IMO it’s apparent they know more misery lies ahead.

      • districteyes says:

        Thanks @Dizzymissl
        It is quite bizarre that there seems to be no footage of the prosecutors when the verdict was read.

        According to the Central Florida Media Committee’s own Media Advisory which provided those covering the Zimmerman trial with End of Trial/Verdict Logistics ( http://cflmedia.org/?page_id=533 ) states:
        Pool Television Feed:During the reading of the verdict the audio will be of the clerk and the camera shot will be of the defendant. Other shots not seen live during the reading of the verdict will be replayed to the pool as soon as possible.

        It does not appear that the other camera shots were broadcast to the pool because B-roll of the prosecutors reaction as the verdict is read does not appear in any national or local package. This is quite strange to me; makes me wonder what happened.

        @Sundance any thoughts?

  112. froggielegs says:

    Interesting article


    Trayvon Martin’s family’s attorneys, Benjamin Crump and Daryl Parks appear to have connections to an Astroturf activist group that led protests, marches and other civil disobedience that forced the removal of Sanford, Florida’s police chief, the arrest of George Zimmerman and even led chants calling for nationwide protests after the “not guilty” verdict was announced in criminal case.


  113. dizzymissl says:

    Deborah Cutchins ‏@stobdob 1h
    George Zimmerman evidence: Prosecutor set to release Zimmerman evidence at 10 a.m.Orlando Sentinel http://articles.orlandosentinel.com/2012-07-12/news/os-george-zimmerman-evidence-release-20120712_1_trayvon-martin-neighborhood-watch-volunteer-george-zimmerman … via @ArchiveDigger

  114. froggielegs says:

    LOL all you white people check your privileged and hand over your money

    • tara says:

      I’m looking forward to the day when she has her first experience with a Thugvon. It might take a few more after that to completely straighten her out, but the first will be a life changer. I welcome her to come to get out of mostly-white Portland and come to Chicago. She can set up a “movement” here.

  115. dizzymissl says:

    Dr. Marty Fox ‏@DrMartyFox 2h
    I am volunteering, as a plastic surgeon, to transform Zimmerman so he can live his life in peace. @DavidWilezol

  116. Unicron says:

    HLN’s Vinnie Politan just asked Angela Corey and BDLR on CNN (full interview will be on HLN tonight) “give me one word to describe George Zimmerman?”

    BDLR’s word? “Lucky”
    Angela Corey’s word? “Murderer”

    … wow.

    A sitting district attorney/prosecutor claims she “respects the jury’s verdict” and then on national TV at a time of civil unrest and possibly getting closer to full blown serious riots, she calls a man who clearly defended his life and just had a jury agree with it… a MURDERER????


  117. randall says:

    Can George be sued now or not?????

    Please help me. Yes or no??????

    • AghastInFL says:

      Yes at the moment GZ can be sued in a Civil suit by the estate of TM or any other party with standing. George does have an opportunity to achieve immunity however, as that issue has never been argued before a court, this is as I understand the legal issue. IANALANCTB.

    • tara says:

      George can be sued by $ybrina and Tra¢y in civil court, but George will seek immunity and if he gets it the lawsuit is tossed and the grifters will be forced to pay his legal bills.

      • g8rmom7 says:

        And IF it gets that far, Tracey and Sabrina may regret it as all that stuff about Trayvon’s thug history will be allowed this time. Including the emails from Tracey about buying and selling guns. Bring it.

    • randall says:

      Can they sue George in civil court or not? Do you know?

      • dizzymissl says:

        They can do anything they want. But if the Martin’s sue him, all the dirt about TM comes out. And if they lose, they pay GZ

        • randall says:

          OK, thank you. But then what is the point of being immune from civil suits under Florida law when you defend yourself if they can sue you anyway?

          • tara says:

            He’s not immune yet. He only completed the criminal trial, he has not yet sought immunity from further prosecution. He could have sought immunity prior to the criminal trial.

            • ctdar says:

              the immunity/stand your ground hearing would have been just in front of Nelson and GZ would have to have taken the stand. given her attitude all along i thought the right call to forgo as too much of risk and all the information could have been used during the criminal & possible civil cases. Also smart to forgo the immunity/stand your ground trial because now with being determined not guilty GZ can request immunity trial and will likely win that as well as get ALL the martin family secrets out there. for whatever reason if they do not request immunity trial & face civil action by martin family, all their secrets come out along with them having to foot the entire cost & damages.

          • John Galt says:

            A court has to grant immunity pursuant to 776.032 upon motion by a defendant. Immunity upon acquittal based on self-defense is not automatic.

          • dizzymissl says:

            What Tara and JG said:)

  118. freedom says:

    When does the sanctions against the state start, will it be televised?

  119. christinewjc says:

    I have posted links to this very important information at my blog, several other blogs, and at the TEA Party Community site. There is much more deceit, deception, and even more sinister reasons involved in pushing this “race card” attitude and agenda than meets the general public’s eye in this case. Readers can clearly see the method of madness that led to Zimmerman’s arrest, all the players involved, and what the ultimate goal was.This post helped me to understand what was actually going on behind the scenes (and either oblivious to the media or, [more likely] they were ordered not to share any investigative material about it by the tyrannical ObaMARXIST BADministration) during the entire Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman fiasco!

    I learned A LOT that I wasn’t previously aware of from this post! However, I DO recall hearing this statement:

    “We are not asking that he [Zimmerman] be convicted; We are asking that he be arrested.”
    -Benjamin Crump Esq. Attorney for Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fuller (Quoted to Piers Morgan on 4/3/2012)


    The moment that I heard that statement (which was quoted over a year ago) I thought that it was a very odd one! Doesn’t it sound like a strange comment to you, too?

    This post cleared up exactly why such a comment was made by Crump and all the criminality that has been going on but hidden to the general public.

  120. A couple of observations:

    1.) George Zimmerman did not violate Trayvon Martin’s civil rights because he has no power to do so – he does not work for the government.


    2.) The Media is in denial about what happened, and their stories are filled with lies many with quotes from liars.


    Also, there were about 10 letters to the editor today, all from the Trayvon supporters.


    3.) ABC thinks it would be a good idea for George Zimmerman to give up carrying a gun. LOL.


    4.) Massod Ayoob will have more to say “the most important armed citizen case of our time.

  121. Bongo says:

    Evolution of an agenda. Daryl Parks said,

    “All we want is an arrest” then he said,

    “All we want is a fair trial”. then he said (after the acquittal)

    “All we want is justice for Trayvon”.

    I wonder what his next evolutionary statement will be.

  122. Zenny Cellef says:

    I was just watching that matt guttman video again and noticed something in the graphics regarding a call at 12:45 pm labelled ‘emergency’


    Who made that call? it’s hard to see from that video. It could just be part of the graphics they created but.

    (here is the video in question http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=YIuQ3VeSkTs#at=45)

  123. Tom Petes says:

    Sign the Angela Corey DOJ investigation petition.


    Need 150 signatures to get it posted on the website.

    Cut and paste to facebook, twitter or other forums.

  124. pspinach says:

    Here we go again, with Obama trying to stir up low info idiots, his useful idiots, a second time with threats of an open federal civil investigation on Z. Once was not enough???

    The Civil Rights Act of 1968 enacted 18 U.S.C. § 245(b)(2), which permits federal prosecution of anyone who “willingly injures, intimidates or interferes with another person, or attempts to do so, by force because of the other person’s race, color, religion or national origin” [1] because of the victim’s attempt to engage in ——————————> one of six types of federally protected activities, such as attending school, patronizing a public place/facility, applying for employment, acting as a juror in a state court or voting.

    First off, Barry, Z was not racially profiling TM. He was acting erratically like he was on substance abuse and was up to no good as was later proved by his uncalled violent attack on Z.

    Second, Barry, Trayvon was loitering around on private property, a gated residential community, he was far from attending school, definitely not applying for employment, and so on as listed in the Act. The source of anger that Robert Jr. asks of precipitating the attack was projected on z for another incident where TM didn’t get enough breed on his black enemy and being locked out of $abrina’s house. Tryvon was bored, ran out of entertainment drugs, and angling for a fight. He was immature which is why he needed to be chaperoned. $abryna and Tracey are cuplable for not trying to at least keep in touch with him.

  125. dawndoe says:

    I’m not sure if it has already been posted, but Angela Corey and Bernie De La Rionda will be on HLN tonight at 10pm EASTERN. I’ve seen an excerpt. They are DETERMINED to continue this crucifixion of George. There are petitions being signed to pressure the DOJ to bring charges against George. Ugh. I saw on FOX News last night that there were protesters in NY and other cities. I thought the crowd was pretty significant. My hope is that it will all die down within a week or two.

  126. Baldy says:

    I was told by a relative that MOM denied getting any money for his work on the case today, IIRC on “The View”.

  127. dizzymissl says:

    bob kealing ‏@bobkealing 1h
    http://Mediabistro.com reporting Zimmerman juror B #37 the animal rescuer whose husband is an attorney, has signed on to write book.

  128. froggielegs says:

    Holder expected to make statement regarding charging GZ

  129. froggielegs says:

    Posted by Greta regarding Holder’s statement…

    ” Sent to me by FNC colleague Jake Gibson:

    There are the AG’s remarks at today’s Delta Sigma Theta sorority convention that will address Trayvon Martin / George Zimmerman

    Of course, as this celebration unfolds, we are also mindful of the pain felt by our nation surrounding the tragic, unnecessary shooting death of Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Florida last year – and the state trial that reached its conclusion over the weekend. As parents, as engaged citizens, and as leaders who stand vigilant against violence in communities across the country, the Deltas are deeply, and rightly, concerned about this case. The Justice Department shares your concern – I share your concern – and, as we first acknowledged last spring, we have opened an investigation into the matter.

    Independent of the legal determination that will be made, I believe that this tragedy provides yet another opportunity for our nation to speak honestly about the complicated and emotionally-charged issues that this case has raised. We must not – as we have too often in the past – let this opportunity pass. I hope that we will approach this necessarily difficult dialogue with the same dignity that those who have lost the most, Trayvon’s parents, have demonstrated throughout the last year – and especially over the past few days. They suffered a pain that no parent should have to endure – and one that I, as a father, cannot begin to conceive. Even as we embrace their example and hold them in our prayers, we must not forego this opportunity to better understand one another and to make better this nation we cherish.

    Moreover, I want to assure you that the Department will continue to act in a manner that is consistent with the facts and the law. We are committed to standing with the people of Sanford, with the individuals and families affected by this incident, and with our state and local partners in order to alleviate tensions, address community concerns, and promote healing. We are determined to meet division and confusion with understanding and compassion – and also with truth. We are resolved, as you are, to combat violence involving or directed at young people, to prevent future tragedies and to deal with the underlying attitudes, mistaken beliefs and stereotypes that serve as the basis for these too common incidents. And we will never stop working to ensure that – in every case, in every circumstance, and in every community – justice must be done.”

  130. Aoife says:

    OH this IS rich!! I cannot say how much I detest this persecution team. I hope karma bites them hard one day. http://abcnews.go.com/US/george-zimmerman-prosecutor-prayed-testify/story?id=19666346#.UeQsDqz-gwo

  131. AghastInFL says:

    We have all likely seen the ~hitler unglued~ video before… this parody is pretty funny if you can imagine the guy with the funny moustache is Angela:

  132. dizzymissl says:

    Make sure you’ve got popcorn. RG’s gonna be on Piers Morgan tonight:)

    • dizzymissl says:

      Edit, make that RJ’s gonna be on Piers Morgan tonight.

      • Finally Piers has a guest he is smarter than. However, the bad news is the combined IQ of Piers and his guest tonight will be 60. I bet she screws up and says something that gives away her part of the scheme.

        • angel says:

          Don’t underestimate this young woman girl who adamantly stated over and over, and also her handlers, that she did not want to be involved in this but now she can do interviews which I can almost bet she is not doing for free. I wonder if she will do this one in the closet. #what
          This young girl may not be the sharpest tool in the box when it comes to some things but she is street smart and that is never to be underestimated. May not be listed as one of Howard Gardener’s nine types of intelligences but street smart is a very handy resource for many. #what

        • dizzymissl says:

          LMAO. You are the thread winner:)

    • alphawookie says:

      Will be watching this interview. I think the we may uncover a nugget that will help expose more of the malicious prosecution. This interview has to have the scheme team nervous.

  133. recoverydotgod says:

    Rev. Holmes was on Gov. Scott SYG task force. Looks like he serves as president of the Tallahassee NAN chapter (pic caption at link)


    • dawndoe says:

      That was horrible. Correct me if I am wrong. MOM basically admits that GZ was looking at TM in a racial way which caused BW to come to the conclusion that this was indeed racial?!!! Oh.My.Word.

      • kathyca says:

        Holy Toledo. George wasn’t even sure whether Trayvon was black when he called NEN!!!

        • dizzymissl says:

          I’m just sick about that interview. I am wondering if DW sat there like a potted plant because he was so shocked at MOMs comment.

          • kathyca says:

            Well, the good news it that his comment is legally irrelevant (thank goodness for the NEN call!). But, wow, it’s like he wants to keep the chit stirred. From that perspective, doesn’t surprise me one bit. I have no explanation for West, though. Maybe he wasn’t paying careful attention???

      • angel says:

        “That was horrible. Correct me if I am wrong. MOM basically admits that GZ was looking at TM in a racial way which caused BW to come to the conclusion that this was indeed racial?!!! Oh.My.Word.”

        I did a double take myself. Had to listen twice to make sure my ears heard right #what

    • froggielegs says:

      Why would he even say that? George had no clue what color Trayvon was until he walked towards his car. Remember when first asked by NEN operator if the person was White, Black or Hispanic, George said I THINK he is Black. Then later when TM was walking near him he said he is Black. God why would MOM say that???

      • alphawookie says:

        I do like the point MOM made with Whoopie “Let me ask this another way because Trayvon is black he can never be a suspect?”. MOM was a bit inartful but the point was made. Those willfully remaining ingnorant are beyond help.

      • dawndoe says:

        Right. He was not sure of his race.

  134. Rachelle says:

    Old news on prosecutors’ corruption, but did anyone besides me notice that when the prosecutors replayed George’s call they edited the snippet NBC style so it sounded as if George were proclaiming ‘He looks black’ rather than answering the dispatcher’s question?

    Slime. They should be disbarred and prosecuted.

  135. RickD says:

    Reblogged this on Reality Check and commented:
    Thanks for putting it all together, in one place (redundant, I know… but you know, when you have the drive-by, low-information voter crowd re-reading your blog to see what someone else blogged about, we have to ensure they get told twice…..)

  136. Alexandra M. says:

    ***This is off-topic (in a way) but I HAD to share this story here. I wanted to highlight a true hero and good citizen who CARES about others…..it just so happens that this HERO is an African American teenage boy. Now this brave and amazing teen boy, Temar Boggs, is who Trayvon COULD HAVE and SHOULD HAVE been!! Imagine if Trayvon had been raised with the spirit of “do the right thing…..no matter what” rather than “WTF”. God Bless you Temar and the other teen boy who, without a doubt, saved the life of 5 year-old little Jocelyn Rojas on Thursday afternoon. Jocelyn was abducted while playing in her yard. She was found safe (thank you Jesus!!!) two hours later when selfless Temar and his friend spotted a girl matching Jocelyn’s description in a car driven by a man (her abductor—-still at large at this moment). Temar and friend took off after the car on their bicycles. WOW! The male driver, the assumed abductor, realized he was being followed and eventually stopped and let Jocelyn out. She ran to the boys and said she needed her Mommy….bless her little heart. Temar and friend took her straight to cops who were out looking for the 5 year old. Again, thank you Jesus that she was unharmed!! I may be late reporting this amazing news and my apologies if it has already been mentioned but I want $ybrina and Tracy to read this story!!! They could have easily raised a truly remarkable son like Temar Boggs had they made the effort!! Warning: Have some Kleenex handy if you watch the video clips! Just google “Temar Boggs”.
    Thank You, Temar thank you to his family who clearly raised a young man with an amazing sense of morality, bravery and goodness. :)

    • alphawookie says:

      Temar Boggs is a true patriot. I also find it ironic that he said the car was suspisious I thoght that word was verbotten now.

    • ftsk420 says:

      I saw this story last night and thought it should be posted here.

      • alphawookie says:

        I hope young Mr. Boggs continues to follow the path of righteousness and is not swayed by the Thug Culture Complex. An industry that helps to victimize young black men with other young black men. smh.

    • RockyMtnMama says:

      LOL. I just tried to post a link to this on another post. Ironic, isn’t it.

    • michelle says:

      I missed the show (I never watch it because I don’t like the ladies of the View and their bias,) but I did go to ABC’s site; they only have up certain pieces so perhaps MOM did better elsewhere in the segment. From what I saw, I am not impressed with his milquetoast responses. First, it was obvious Whoopie watched nothing of the trial OR she played dumb about having watched it. Second, she kept saying, “Why couldn’t GZ have punched TM when he was on the bottom instead of shooting him–he hands must have been free in order to have shot him.” In response, all we got from MOM and West was, TM was using MMA, to which Ms. Goldberg said she didn’t know what that was and she repeated her question, “If he had the use of his hand in order to get the gun, why not throw a punch instead?” Then she cleverly tried to commercial but Walters interrupted and changed the subject to something else. I am so very tired of MOM not getting blunt. ONe can, if one wished to remain polite, do so calmly (and in fact, this can be a great strategy with one pretending to be as obtuse as was Goldberg) and say, “Have you 1) no understanding of the lack of power of a punch that is thrown upward ? and 2) you are assuming he could extend his arm in order to even try to throw a punch, upward or from the side and 3) the gun was 1-4 inches from the shirt of TM….thus, this means GZ’s arm was NOT extended as it would need to be in order to throw a punch and 4) the guy was getting the —- beat out of him, but YOU don’t understand why he didn’t just throw a punch and 4) GZ has said that Martin saw the gun in the scuffle and 5) there is every reason to believe he would have taken control of the gun if he could have gotten it first and 6) do you think a ticked off teenage male who already attacked and was pummeling GZ would have never used that gun?”

      I get so disgusted with MOM. West was there, but he was the one who should be trusted to put down those idiots who get away with such inane retorts. Whoopie is someone who just can’t admit the truth publically, even though she knows it.

      From what I saw (and I admit I didn’t see the whole segment–btw, Abrams is a huge lib tool), MOM should re-think his strategy. If he decides to go on these shows, he at least need to interrupt when others spout absurdities.

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  138. AlphaWookie says:

    Just a heads up folk there will be a “National Day of Action” protest this Sat. it is being organized by Al Sharpton. I don’t know if this will be a well attended protest or not. Please, stay aware of your situation.

    • tara says:

      How sad that the memories of Emmett Till and the great warranated civil rights protests of the 1960s have been so tarnished. Today’s icon: a pot-smoking gun-seeking feral teen who was failing school and who was so rabidly racist that he chose to confront, punch, and beat a man simply because the man looked a “crackah”.

    • ftsk420 says:

      On Sept 7 in NY the NBPP will be in Harlem so anyone in or around the area needs to be careful.

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  140. g8rmom7 says:

    One thing that it seems still needs to be pounded with those that are either totally ignorant to the facts or have only skimmed them. It was proved that GZ did NOT FOLLOW Trayvon that night. He tried to keep him in sight for the police but he DID NOT FOLLOW him. That is still being touted as a reason that he could be held accountable in a civil suit.

    • dawndoe says:

      I agree. I felt the defense was a little weak in nailing down that fact.

    • g8rmom7 says:

      I should add that SOME rational people who are either ignorant or didn’t follow the trial close enough need to know that GZ did NOT FOLLOW Trayvon because this is why they may think Trayvon was justified in confronting him in the first place. In their mind (again, not correct, but what they are rationalizing) Trayvon was just defending himself from an over-zealous wanna be cop. All of which was disproved in court but is not fully understand by everyone.

      • dawndoe says:

        I agree. And my comment for why I felt they should have nailed it down is so that there would be NO question that he did not pursue Trayvon or chase Trayvon.

  141. Over lunch, I was listening to the CBS radio affiliate, WCCO radio. They are breathlessly reporting of a huge rally tonight where a handful of Occupy protesters made a mess of things, the Hennepin County Government Plaza. The DJ was predicting that the plaza will be “packed” tonight. The media here is hoping that something big happens.


  142. dws says:

    Angela Corey and De La Rionda were on CNN today. She never tires of calling George Zimmerman a liar. And De La Rionda thinks George looking for an address is the best proof of how big a liar he is. What planet are these people on? But Angela did admit that they had no problem with acknowledging that Trayvon hit George, just that she didn’t think the beatdown George took justified him using deadly force. Someone should see if she really attended law school.

  143. Aslan's Girl says:

    I thought the NAACP convention was supposed to be calming things down, yet protesters in CA are getting out of hand. With Sharpton promising nationwide protests, I can’t imagine they’ll stay peaceful.

    • alphawookie says:


      It might be a nice weekend to visit a cabin in the woods. Atleast camping in a state or national park may help you avoid crowds. Depending on your circumstances you may want to go ahead and arm your self especially if you are in an urban center.

      That is all.

  144. dizzymissl says:

    Robert Stacy McCain ‏@rsmccain 2h
    I hope @rushlimbaugh will give credit to The Last Refuge blog for their diligent investigation http://theconservativetreehouse.com/2013/07/15/failing-trayvon-the-miami-dade-school-police-department-scandal-begins-to-gain-traction/ … PLZ RT #tcot

  145. malc says:

    I was just thinking about the “he should have stayed in the truck” that gets repeated so often. That would not have guaranteed that there was no confrontation! TM knew what the truck looked like and could have followed GZ to his house.

  146. alphawookie says:

    Papa Al just said the fight to get gun laws changed begins now. The federal agenda has been thrown down.

  147. GZanon says:

    Media bias prevails.
    CNN banners: Zimmerman Trial Exclusive tonight 10:00PM
    are we not into POST Trial or is Zimmerman still on trial?

  148. michellc says:

    These people are running scared imho. Read this interview, the funniest line in it imho is, “Our belief as to what happened: He chased down Trayvon Martin, he wanted to make sure Travyon Martin did not get away,” said de la Rionda. “Now at what point he pulled out the gun? We could speculate as to what happened. My theory is that he pulled it out early. He was going to make sure he didn’t get away. He wanted to be a cop.”
    Really? If my gun is out there is no way I’m getting a broke nose much less multiple lumps and lacerations on my head.

  149. ytz4mee says:

    Well. That didn’t take long, did it?
    The siren call of fleeting infamy.

    • hawkeye13 says:

      First to the feast gets their choice… I’m surprised it took one of them this long. Is this the same one writing the book? If it is, she is just drumming up some free publicity for the upcoming book.

  150. hawkeye13 says:

    What are the odds of George going after O’Mara for causing the situation that resulted in Shellie getting hit with perjury charges?

  151. clash108 says:

    Juror b37 said the she believed that Zimmerman had a good heart. Also believes that Trayvon threw the first punch. Initial vote was 3 not guilty, 2 for manslaughter and 1 for 2nd degree.

    • John Galt says:

      3-2-1 changed to 6-0 which tells me that 3 jurors are soft in the head. Think of what kind of person it takes to be convinced, w/o any substantial evidence, beyond a reasonable doubt that somebody is guilty of murder 2 or MS and then promptly flip to not guilty.

      • Rachelle says:

        I think the ‘common sense’ thinking these days is that someone should pay anytime anyone is hurt or killed no matter what the circumstances. This is probably part of the type of thinking he was warning the jury not to use in a criminal case.

        I was worried during jury deliberations that MOM had not warned strongly enough for the jury to avoid ‘compromise’ verdicts to try to please everyone. Thankfully, it turned out okay.

  152. May5 says:

    ahhhh!!! SIck husband, sick kids, even the dog is throwing up. I didn’t realize there was a juror interview tonight.

    I was just coming to comment on how nasty these race baiters are. Before the narrative was “zimmerman, zimmerman, zimmerman,” now is “our system failed trayvon, because he was a black child they didn’t try as hard as they could to put a good case”

    my husband who was still on the fence even after the not guilty verdict is literally disgusted tonight at the truth.

    btw I tried posting all day but couldn’t with my regular email

    “MayS” here.

  153. disgustedwithjulison says:

    Well, this is my first post since the verdict. I was laying in bed in Northern MN listening to the loons howl on the lake when I pulled up the verdict on my iPhone. I had a few tears that there still is justice in America and my hat is off to the jurors who weighed the facts and made the right decision.

    Sundance….my hat is off to you. GZ would not be free today without your efforts and the CTH’s efforts to bring truth to this case. While you are aggressively attacking the “Racial” construct created by Ryan Julison and continuing today…this site has never been about race…but the truth…and that is appreciated.

    I am glad I found a branch here at the CTH to sit on over a year ago. Keep up the amazing work. Good luck to George Zimmerman…and please….with Beasly or whomever….make sure that this never happens to another American. It is a sad calling, but you were chosen.

  154. May5 says:

    Btw wish I could see the passsword protected post =( … that happens to me for not being a regular!! darn it.

  155. clash108 says:

    The interview with the juror tonight on CNN was very revealing. Their discussions never brought up race at all. In fact this juror said that if Trayvon was Asian, or any other race, she believed he would have acted the same way. She said the neighborhood was overwhelmed with crime, Although they were split on the verdict at the beginning, they reviewed the evidence and reviewed the statute and threw out 2nd degree murder. The delay came because they didn’t understand Manslaughter, hence the question to the judge.

    I was really impressed with this juror and it sounded like the whole jury was a competent group once they understood the law and reviewed the evidence. This was the perfect juror for any high profile case. She truly didn’t know that it would receive the attention that it did until she was leaving the hotel and saw the media. She said it looked like Disneyland.She was a totally unbiased juror who wasn’t affected by the lies from the media per-trial..

  156. May5 says:

    rachel sounds very different on piers morgan….

  157. May5 says:

    they white washed her!!! she looks much more lighter than she did on the stand.

  158. gulfbreeze says:

    Greta spanks Martin family attorney Jasmine Rand tonight after Rand openly admitted her role is not about being an attorney, but rather a social engineer.

    Go Greta!

    • May5 says:

      token white girl!

    • May5 says:

      did you catch that?? he wasn’t arrested because of evidence or the law!!! He was arrested because of social outcry.

    • tara says:

      Jasmine is a self-described social engineer. Here’s the wikipedia entry for social engineering, and it couldn’t be more perfect. Notice the use of the words “manipulating” and “manipulation”, and the phrase “complex fraud scheme”.

      Social engineering, in the context of information security, is understood to mean the art of manipulating people into performing actions or divulging confidential information. This is a type of confidence trick for the purpose of information gathering, fraud, or gaining computer system access. It differs from traditional cons in that often the attack is a mere step in a more complex fraud scheme.

      “Social engineering” as an act of psychological manipulation had previously been associated with the social sciences, but its usage has caught on among computer and information security professionals.

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  161. JAS says:

    The Feds are looking at charging Zimmerman under the Hate Crimes act – USC 18 § 249 – text here:


    Interestingly, there are parallels with this law and federal firearm laws. In order for the Feds to get involved, they had to craft the law under the guise of violations of intestate commerce laws just like with other federal firearm laws. In the Hate Crimes law the following must apply:

    “(B) Circumstances described.—For purposes of subparagraph (A), the circumstances described in this subparagraph are that—

    (i) the conduct described in subparagraph (A) occurs during the course of, or as the result of, the travel of the defendant or the victim—

    (I) across a State line or national border; or

    (II) using a channel, facility, or instrumentality of interstate or foreign commerce;

    (ii) the defendant uses a channel, facility, or instrumentality of interstate or foreign commerce in connection with the conduct described in subparagraph (A);

    (iii) in connection with the conduct described in subparagraph (A), the defendant employs a firearm, dangerous weapon, explosive or incendiary device, or other weapon that has traveled in interstate or foreign commerce; or

    (iv) the conduct described in subparagraph (A)—

    (I) interferes with commercial or other economic activity in which the victim is engaged at the time of the conduct; or

    (II) otherwise affects interstate or foreign commerce.”

    They apparently have Zimmerman under paragraph II (iii) above. However, they way I read this is that if the Kel-Tec (Cocoa, Florida) Zimmerman used was made in Florida and never traveled out of the state then there is no Interstate commerce violation.

    • CJO says:

      There is a petition from the White House Change Petition site that asks to INVESTIGATE Corey. This site isn’t letting me cut and paste this into reply. Have been trying to post around. We need to outdue them in numbers .

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  164. Mort says:

    Take the test offered by the National Black Republican Association –the Black Pampers wouldn’t WANT you to.

    NOTE: All answers are “b.”

    1. What Party was founded as the anti-slavery Party and fought to free blacks from slavery?

    [ ] a. Democratic Party

    [ ] b. Republican Party


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  168. drjohn says:

    Remarkable, guys. Remarkable work.

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  173. The actions by the Justice Department qualify as a criminal conspiracy to deprive Mr Zimmerman of his constitutional rights under the following provisions of the US Code:

    “Conspiracy Against Rights (18 USC 241)
    If two or more persons conspire to injure, oppress, threaten, or intimidate any person in any State, Territory, Commonwealth, Possession, or District in the free exercise or enjoyment of any right or privilege secured to him by the Constitution or laws of the United States, or because of his having so exercised the same; or

    If two or more persons go in disguise on the highway, or on the premises of another, with intent to prevent or hinder his free exercise or enjoyment of any right or privilege so secured—

    They shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both; and if death results from the acts committed in violation of this section or if such acts include kidnapping or an attempt to kidnap, aggravated sexual abuse or an attempt to commit aggravated sexual abuse, or an attempt to kill, they shall be fined under this title or imprisoned for any term of years or for life, or both, or may be sentenced to death.”


    “Deprivation Rights Under Color of Law (18 USC 242)
    Whoever, under color of any law, statute, ordinance, regulation, or custom, willfully subjects any person in any State, Territory, Commonwealth, Possession, or District to the deprivation of any rights, privileges, or immunities secured or protected by the Constitution or laws of the United States, or to different punishments, pains, or penalties, on account of such person being an alien, or by reason of his color, or race, than are prescribed for the punishment of citizens, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than one year, or both; and if bodily injury results from the acts committed in violation of this section or if such acts include the use, attempted use, or threatened use of a dangerous weapon, explosives, or fire, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both;

    and if death results from the acts committed in violation of this section or if such acts include kidnapping or an attempt to kidnap, aggravated sexual abuse, or an attempt to commit aggravated sexual abuse, or an attempt to kill, shall be fined under this title, or imprisoned for any term of years or for life, or both, or may be sentenced to death.”

    While AG Holder will never investigate his own department for such violations any more than he has for “Fast & Furious.” Civil litigation is both independent and out of his control.
    Mr Zimmerman can recover civil damages for criminal civil rights vilations aganst him via (42 USC 1983) and RICO (18 USC 1961). The latter would be trebled. Plus statutory attorney fees.

    According to a lawyer friend of mine, the Crump “Scheme Team” plus Florida Government, Main Stream Media outlets, the Obama Administration through the Federal Department of Justice…

    “…has been engaged in a classic civil conspiracy, to use unlawful means to achieve lawful ends, in addition to achieve unlawful ends, and every person who agreed to act in concert to do either is liable for the acts of all. See Halberstam v. Welch, 705 F.2d 472 (D.C. Cir. 1983). And they need not have committed any overt acts themselves – that’s the difference between civil conspiracy and criminal conspiracy.”

    Only those defendants subject to possible criminal liability, i.e., those who committed overt acts in furtherance of the conspiracy, can plead self-incrimination to avoid answering the civil discovery. And only individuals can assert 5th Amendment rights.”

    The entire cost of the Zimmerman defense, living expenses, plus “Pain and Suffering” for the slander of his reputation resulting in numerous death threats and the cost of a reasonable 24/7 security detail to defend him and his family over the next decade can all be factored into a RICO legal suit.

    The best retaliation George Zimmerman can engage in is to fill his tormentors with the same legal dread he has faced. A complete e-mail dump of all of the Crump Scheme Team and followers on would certainly do that.

  174. ZurichMike says:

    “There is another class of coloured people who make a business of keeping the troubles, the wrongs, and the hardships of the Negro race before the public. Having learned that they are able to make a living out of their troubles, they have grown into the settled habit of advertising their wrongs — partly because they want sympathy and partly because it pays. Some of these people do not want the Negro to lose his grievances, because they do not want to lose their jobs.” — Booker T. Washington, 1911

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