It’s Come To This – The Federal Dept. of Justice asking for Tips to Help Prosecute George Zimmerman – DOJ/CRS Sets Up Email National Hotline

This is just unbelievable. This administration WANTS full blown race warfare. There is no other reason for setting up a national hotline for people to email in tips to aid in the prosecution of George Zimmerman. Keep in mind the name on this Orlando Sentinel report. Dept of Justice, Civil Rights Division, Department of Community Relations, TOM PEREZ. The same Tom Perez President Obama nominated for Labor Secretary. (more after article)

ORLANDO – The U.S. Department of Justice on Monday afternoon appealed to civil rights groups and community leaders, nationally and in Sanford, for help investigating whether a federal criminal case might be brought against George Zimmerman for the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, one advocate said.

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The DOJ has also set up a public email address to take in tips on its civil rights investigation.

Barbara Arnwine, president and executive director the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law – who earlier in the day joined calls for federal civil rights charges against Zimmerman, said that later in the afternoon, she joined a U.S. Department of Justice conference call to discuss the prospects.

“They were calling on us to actively refer anyone who had any information,” that might build a case against Zimmerman for either a civil rights violation or a hate crime, Arnwine said. “They said they would very aggressively investigate this case.”

Tom Perez and president obamaArnwine said the call was convened at about 3:30 p.m. by Tom Perez, Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division of the United States Department of Justice, and included representatives from the FBI, and several federal prosecutors, she said. DOJ officials also said they would open a public email address so people could send in tips on the case.

That email address, which is now in operation, is

In addition to Arnwine’s group, Sherrilyn Ifill, President and Director-Counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund; Laura Murphy, Washington Chapter head of the ACLU; and several national, Florida and Sanford-based “human relations” groups participated, Arnwine said.

During the call, DOJ officials announced they had set up a way for people to send email tips that could help aid in their investigation. The email address will be operational later this week.

Also Monday, Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. said a speech at the social action luncheon of the Delta Sigma Theta sorority, that he shares concerns about “the tragic, unnecessary shooting death” of Trayvon Martin last year, and he vowed to pursue a federal investigation into the matter, the Washington Post reported.

Holder pledged that the Justice Department would work to “alleviate tensions, address community concerns and promote healing” in response to the case. (ARTICLE LINK)

This is unbelievable. 


The Sanford Police Department investigated George Zimmerman and had no evidence to charge him.   So the political forces, City Manager Norton Bonaparte et al,  demanded Detective Serino send the case to the local State Attorney, Norm Wolfinger.   They made Serino re-write the filing 12 times.   Chris Serino was threatened – he told the feds.

Then State Attorney Norm Wolfinger says there does not look like cause for an arrest or charges, but to appease the political forces he impanels a Grand Jury to hear the case construct on April 11th, 2012.

Not content with that, State and Federal officials pressure Florida Governor Rick Scott to intervene ahead of the Grand Jury, remove the case from Wolfinger, and send it to Special Prosecutor Angela Corey.

Angela Corey, not having foundation to win a Grand Jury indictment, cancels it, and files charges on her own authority.    Charges everyone said from the outset were impossible to prove.   But they charged him and took him to court.

A year and a half later, and after millions of dollars, and tens of thousands of labor hours of investigation -including the FBI-  a jury trial commences and a jury acquits George Zimmerman, not guilty.  

The FBI even said there was nothing in their investigation, which included talking to over 200+ people who knew George, and 60 people in his immediate neighborhood, that even remotely showed ill will or racist intentions.

But that’s not good enough.   Now the Federal DOJ through the Civil Rights Division - The Community Relations Service, and Eric Holder/Tom Perez, want to pursue Federal charges, but the evidence from the FBI does not support it.  

So what do they do?   They ask the general public for tips against George Zimmerman so they can find some way to charge and/or convict him of something, anything ?   Setting up anonymous email tip lines?     Seriously?    WHAT THE HELL?



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586 Responses to It’s Come To This – The Federal Dept. of Justice asking for Tips to Help Prosecute George Zimmerman – DOJ/CRS Sets Up Email National Hotline

  1. I Am Trademark says:

    I’m sure all claims will be verified for authenticity…

    • John Galt says:

      RJ is probably calling a few friends right now.

      • sundance says:

        Where’s jello.? We need his liberal pals with techno skills to set up rapid fire spam bots to the doj addy

        • pet says:

          Had same immediate thought.

          Pictures of Tugboats. Millions of pictures of tugboats.

        • jordan2222 says:

          Yes. I have been looking for Jello, too.

          And let’s not forget about Shellie. These “people” are now out of control.

          • BabyBoomer says:

            OMG!!! I don’t know where I live anymore…Is this the USA?????? Not one of us can sit by and allow this menace, which has settled over our nation, continue to stand. I am all in. Tell me what to do and I’ll be all over it.

            • elainehawk50 says:

              We should start our own petition to stop this tyranny, and let them know that there are more people out there that are pleased with the outcome, because after all it’s our god given right to defend our own lives when in danger…and let them know that we know what they are doing is down right illegal…we cannot stand down anymore!

        • jello333 says:

          As I told Sharon on another thread, I’m feeling pretty bad right now. I had been trying to educate my outside-the-treehouse friends (who are mostly libs) about this case for many months now. And I seemed to be getting somewhere, in that most of them slowly but surely started to see the light… or at least that’s what I thought. But now, since the verdict, there are only a handful who fully realize that justice WAS done, and that George was the victim. Several others, I’m sad to admit, pretend they haven’t heard a word I’ve said over the past year. At first it was mild, but the more I throw facts at them, and the more I proclaim, in effect, “I am George Zimmerman!”, the more idiotic they become. Some are even agreeing that George should be federally prosecuted! I’m very angry and hurt right now. It feels like I and a few of my friends are soon gonna have to choose sides. I hope and pray we don’t lose friends over this, but I will NOT change my views on this case, on George, or on the SLIME that are persecuting and destroying him and his family and friends and supporters.

          • michellc says:

            My daughter and son are going through something similar with a couple of friends. I don’t know if I gave good advice or bad advice to them but I told them people who know who and what you are and have suddenly decided you’re racist aren’t friends and to tell them if they’re blind and ate up with hate then to go find like minded people because they just weren’t what they needed.

          • justfactsplz says:

            Jello, try not to let it get you down. Remember you are the ultimate optimist. Sometimes when things are really tough for us, we find out who are friends really are. This is political and libs just refuse to look beyond what the liberal media is feeding them. You are a rare execption and have been willing to think outside the box. You have done what you can to win your friends over. You can lead a horse to water but……We need your skill and expertise now to help bombard this abomination that Holder has put in place. Outside of your circle of friends do you have any conservative co workers or aquaintenances that support Goerge? Maybe they would help you if they are computer experts. Don’t get me wrong. I know how you feel. I used to be a lib myself and I have both liberal and conservative friends who believed the media hype about this case. One even said, “Are you trying to tell me the media would lie to us”? Go figure. Hang in there. You are very dear to us.

          • justfactsplz says:

            Jello, don’t let it get you down. You are the ultimate optimist, remember? You have done what you could to win your friends over. I understand how you feel. I too have friends and even some family that believed the media hype. Some have come around and some haven’t. You unlike your friends, have been willing to think outside the box. Take your message outside your circle of friends. We need your expertise right now. Hang in there, pal. You are very dear to us.

          • justfactsplz says:

            Adm. I am trying to reply to Jello and my posts aren’t showing up.

            • stella says:

              You were in the spam can. Please try to be patient.

              • justfactsplz says:

                No problem. Thanks Stella. Tend to more important ones first.

                • stella says:

                  It seems like about a third of comments are going to spam, ever since the weekend. Really a pain in the neck. I think even Ytz4me got caught, and she’s Admin!

                  • justfactsplz says:

                    I feel so sorry for you guys. I feel bad I mentioned it now. It was the first time it has happened to me. Now I know and won’t worry about it when it happens. It’s almost like the enemy is messing with our computers,lol.

                  • justfactsplz says:

                    I feel so sorry for you guys. It was the first time it happened to me. Now I know I won’t give it a second thought. Makes you wonder if those who feel threatened by us are messing with the site or our computers, lol.

          • misterdeedeebooboo says:

            It’s frustrating that they rushed to judgment based on faulty assumptions and lies, and now that the Court has spoken based on the facts they disregard its judgment because it conflicts with their ill-formed opinions. It’s ignorance compounded by ignorance.

          • sundance says:

            Don’t let them get to you Jello. YOU JUST GAVE ME A BRILLIANT IDEA. A STUPENDOUSLY BRILLIANT IDEA. – I love you man – {{{in a guy way, ya know, well.. yeah.. awkward :( }}}

            • jello333 says:

              I gave YOU an idea? :shock: How cool. (And manly hugz right back atcha!)

              • kathyca says:

                Right?! I’m dying to know what the idea is. But I also wanted to say that I’m sad for you. I understand. I really like you and would be your friend in real life, I think. You seem like a really, really nice smart person. Your “friends” are losing out — not you, in my opinion.

          • Going through the same with family. Thinking about quitting fb so I don’t have to ‘see’ / respond to it.
            I’m sorry, jello.

          • douseeyet says:

            jello………………they are not your friends. move on. find like minded people to call friends, the others will sell you out for a meal.

        • Lulu says:

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      • canadacan says:

        That’s retarded sir. I’m talking to and then rounding up a few of my friends

      • angel says:

        “RJ is probably calling a few friends right now.”

        Don’t forget W9. This is right up her alley

    • ctdar says:

      Yeah but how would DOJ know who originated the email to verify its not a hoax? I mean as Judge Nelson so aptly put it, a 7 year old could be the mastermind. Did she make a precedence? :)

  2. hawkeye13 says:

    .. and you thought there would be no more surprises! Baaazzzzinga.

    • Sharon says:

      I’m not surprised, because I believed obama when he said that he intended to fundamentally transform the United States of America and because I believed Eric Holder when he said that he would stand with his people in his role as AG of the US. No surprises here. Just confirmation.

      • Judy says:

        Sharon, and remember their buddy, Rahm Emanuel put it all into perspective with this one, “You never let a serious crisis go to waste. And what I mean by that it’s an opportunity to do things you thought you could not do before.”

        So could this just be a way of data mining with no effort? Look at all the email addresses they will now have from angry people all over this country to use in a plethora of political campaigns, local, state and national….really doesn’t matter to them why they are angry because they know that emotion can be used anywhere in any way they choose. Aaaauuuggghhhhh! :(

        • Sharon says:

          Even if that is not a primary purposes, it would certainly be useful to them. Taking things out of context for political attack….is one reason we watch disparaging language on the site. We’re fully aware of groups and individuals and authorities who hate us, and see no reason to provide them with ammunition to be used against us.

      • michellc says:

        A lifelong friend of my husband’s and a family friend to us all told my husband today that unfortunately this has been in the plans since the day Obama first ran for any political office. He said the plan had actually started many years before Obama and it took years to get there. I won’t go into all that, you all know that. But he told him enough had been done and was just waiting for the person to finally light the fuse and that person was Obama.
        It’s of course not the first time he’s said this and it’s not really something we ever had any doubts about.
        I just wish there were enough black men like him that could turn the tide.

        So I’m with you Sharon nobody should be surprised at least nobody who has been paying attention. Obama told us all we had to do was listen.

  3. ytz4mee says:

    This about sums it up. H/t to AF Branco for his excellent cartoon commentary at the Legal Insurrection blog.

  4. I Am Trademark says:

    If it weren’t so tragic, it might almost be funny to be one of the people that has to filter through the millions of false claims to try to find the potential needle in the haystack.
    Hope many of these get leaked…

    • alobrvr says:

      I don’t feel it is tragic. I think it is spinning out of control because the politicians aren’t backing down. And they have no experience in dealing with something like this. They keep ratcheting up the stakes because they have to win on this. It is getting very serious. They are turning on the American people. They have lost the power to manipulate the population, but they have no skills set for other solution.

      • I Am Trademark says:

        Was talking about the tragedy of the ongoing persecution of a man that simply defended himself against an attacker and is now being faced with the full force of the federal government.
        That IS a true tragedy.

  5. angel says:

    I been suspecting it’s not over for GZ and family, not by a long shot. Continued prayers for them

  6. Reblogged this on Cave of the Ice People and commented:
    Like you said, SD, it is more than just about GZ.

  7. eastern2western says:

    this just turn into the greatest witch hunt in us history. It is time for Zimmerman to file the federal law suit against doj. This is the worst case of prosecutorial abuse.

    • BigMamaTEA says:

      AND, this IS a civil rights case! Until there was any “hate law” the Civil Rights Laws were written to prevent any government entity from attacking someone who was a different ethnicity.(Think: Sheriff w/dogs Selma, etc.)

      Is that the real reason The Lyin’ King rushed to get hate crimes law passed early on?

      • michellc says:

        I can’t really understand hate laws. Any violent crime against another is based in hate. This law imho was to say only certain people could be the victim of a hate crime.

  8. dejavu says:

    will someone please stop the madness!?

    diversions, diversions, diversions……

  9. May5 says:

    I have no words!!

  10. Redrider says:

    At this point I’m not even sure what to say and for me that says ALOT. This is truly absurd and nothing short of a POLITICAL LYNCH MOB. I say we start a new organization to combat actions such as these we can call it the NACAC National Association Creepy Azz Crackas! For the first time in my life at 48 years of age I am ashamed to be American and did not think anything like this could happen here on our own SOIL! *sighs*

  11. Cesar BBiano says:

    Sounds like they’ve planted a seed for a black liberal treehouse.

  12. sangell says:

    Bend Sinister! In heraldry it was a band that crossed from the left side. In the Obama Administration it is the DoJ!

  13. Coast says:

    They won’t find anything that they can prove, because there is nothing. However, what needs to happen is that the people that were touched positively by the life and deeds of George Zimmerman need to speak out. We can only hope.

    We have a government run by a black thug culture, which is really sad for everyone in this country.

  14. Mustang380gal says:

    So what do you suppose they’d do if people used the tip line to express displeasure at the absolute lawlessness of the attempt? We the people do not consent to double jeopardy. We the people want our foundational laws followed as written, not modified by “social engineers”.

    • Dr. Bogus Pachysandra says:

      “what do you suppose they’d do if people used the tip line to express displeasure at the absolute lawlessness of the attempt?”

      IRS audit? Any other regulatory hassles they can think of? Specially if you own a business?

      • BigMamaTEA says:

        So. Then, join the lawsuit with True The Vote, and several organizations against the IRS.
        Catherine Englebreit has been audited, their business audited, visited by Dept Labor, and OSHA (they manufacture something)investigated by the FBI both personally and True the Vote, and several others agencies I can’t think of at the minute.

    • flaladybug says:

      That was my first thought as well……I’d LOVE to tell them what I think….OVER and OVER and OVER and OVER…….LOL ;)

    • Sharon says:

      What would they do? I don’t think they’d do anything….they would appreciate that you’re using your time that way, as opposed to preparing to defeat them. Entering into a confrontation under conditions established by a known lying/vicious opponent guarantees I will lose the argument. Being willing to yell loud is not a factor. Being willing to yell at all is not a factor.

      We have a confrontation with massive government and lying rulers that is overdue, but we don’t let them say when that battle is engaged. That would be foolish. But that’s my amateur thought and personal opinion only….

    • BigMamaTEA says:

      I just turned in Eric Holder at the tip line for Civil Rights violations.

    • yankeeintx says:

      I think as a taxpayer I have every right to express my displeasure with how they are spending the money they take from me. I would have preferred them sending agents to Mass to investigate the Tsarnaev brothers, rather than to Florida to investigate George. Why spend another dime on this, don’t they trust the reports of the agents that have already said they found no evidence that this was racially motivated.
      (Besides, I have the feeling I am already of a few “lists” of people they don’t like, one more isn’t going to matter.)

  15. labrat says:

    I sat we flood that e-mail address with evidence of how the BGI violated the Zimmerman’s civil rights. Send them evidence of every racist remark uttered by the likes of Sharpton, Jackson, Parks, Crump, Natjack, Rand, the NBP and everyone else involved in this travesty. A single e-mail for each instance. (Make sure you tax return is squeaky clean first!)

  16. EmpatheticSkeptic says:

    Couple this with the information Jesse Jackson has asked for the UN to intervene, and one can see, Zimmerman might breathe, but he will never live. I’m so frustrated. I’ll reblog this on my tiny little blog, but I feel i must do much more. Perhaps donating to the Zimmerman parents is a good first start.

    • bletchleypark01 says:

      There is a reason for asking for UN intervention. In my opinion, foreign UN troops would not harbor hesitation in being aggressors to an American civilian population.

      • 1harpazo says:

        You are soooooooo right. When it comes to race riots which force martial law to be imposed, the light-blue berets will be imported to silence law-abiding citizens (patriots). They will have no problem shooting Americans whereas in-house law enforcement would. This will be a “get even with America” mentality. The transformation of America continues.

        • JAS says:

          Americans are armed to the teeth – to the tune of 100 million. Not even aliens can launch a campaign against us. Let alone a few thousand blue helmets – geeezz.

      • Stormy says:

        No, that is why our Government agents have been using no hesitation targets. Call me a crazy a$$ cracka, but there ain’t any brutha’s or sista’s on any of those targets.

        • hawkeye13 says:

          Agree with Stormy, with the ammo and build up of homeland security is not for border security. It is to put down a revolution.

        • bletchleypark01 says:

          I’ve seen those targets and asked myself the same question. I still believe there is an unknown percentage of domestic troops and National Guard who cannot be counted on to march to the Emperor’s beat.

      • Undertow says:

        True. They are also very bad at being soldiers. The UN, without the US, is a joke.
        There are more armed Veterans in the US right now, with more combat experience, than at any time since right after WWII. If the blue helmets want to come all the way to our shores just to get shot, let them. We will stack them so high it will make Stalingrad look like a border skirmish.

    • Sharon says:

      This is not about George Zimmerman. :(

      • Spar Harmon says:

        In planning battle with an enemy of overwhelming strength, a clear-headed assessment of one’s own resources plus an evaluation of the bottom line of one’s commitment comes first. For me, I defend from the point that the fundamental principals of our country as expressed in the Constitution are being assailed in almost every particular; furthermore, the institutions meant to guarantee/preserve to well-being of The People have been hijacked.
        Therefore, a guerilla response is required: low angle of attack, hit and run, strike from cover-retreat into cover, Etc.
        Practice: SD and others have provided many angles of attack by getting as much substantive research done as possible before the FOIA door closes, and they continue those efforts.
        Those with legal skills, or who can enlist such, need to pick up the gauntlet where they see an avenue and initiate legal proceedings or other harassment procedures. Never go it alone, form a squad of staunch friends. Davy Crockett: Be sure you are right, Then Go Ahead!
        Operate where your personal power is: internally, ask for guidance from the Source of All Power; have courage that by staying within that guidance, you will Do No Harm, Your actions will be effective beyond your expectations, you will be protected through the valley of the shadow of death, so Fear no Evill, only seek to do what is good…etc…
        I am a once privledged but now poor old retired white guy, who lives amongst the poor and disenfranchised. When I left the military in 1962, on the eve of the Vietnam war, 21 and disillusioned about my country and what it had become, I became a Pacifist Warrior. I am still a Pacifist Warrior; my only ideology is The Constitution… Hey folks! Why don’t we try this here Constitution out?? Seems to me that in our entire 200 + years, we have yet to fully implement it… Sorta like claiming to be Christian but not even trying to live by the straight forward teachings of the man. Jus’ Sayin’ Spar

  17. cassidy says:

    ALL of this goes back to the intentional hiding of Trayvon, and his troubled past. The poor kid had fried his brain on lean and mary jane, and exhibited all sorts of behavior that screamed he needed some guidance. He was into possession of burglary tools and perhaps stolen jewelry, had pot on him ((traces in a bag), and his twitter page indicated he was on the career path of a gangsta. No role models, and no adult supervision. No one around him cared, or if they did, then they didn’t do anything to stop him. The school police made excuses for him. Perhaps he was baker acted, which if was real, would have revealed het WAS a danger to himself and others (why you Baker act someone in the first place). The symptoms got worse, and he was sent to Dad to live. Bad idea, take a city kid and dump him in a rural area, where everyone but the chickens have concealed weapons licenses. Unstable teen, neighborhood watch guy who is trying to protect his community the wrong way (what is the excuse of not having a community watch jacket in the truck, to put on when on patrol??? Zimmerman following anyone in the dark and rain WOULD be a bit scarey_. Finally, the deadly confrontation, and now all this. Bottom line-better upbringing would go a long way to help teenagers of all colors. Parents, stay involved with the kids!

    • Shelby says:

      Unstable teen, neighborhood watch guy who is trying to protect his community the wrong way (what is the excuse of not having a community watch jacket in the truck, to put on when on patrol???

      He wasn’t on patrol; he was going to Target when he spied TM walking slowly between houses and looking in windows. He immediately called the Non-emergency number, where Sean Noffke asked him the movements of TM. This is why he was “following” him. Juror B37 believed that George was being encouraged by the NEN operator to track his movements. I think its likely that TM was caught casing his temporary neighborhood and wasn’t too pleased about it. I don’t think he was “scared”; I think he was ticked off.

    • Irish Eyes says:

      Zimmerman wasn’t on patrol at the time. He had just gone out to the store. However, I doubt that a NW jacket, if they had them, would have made a difference to TM.

      • DaneChile says:

        Besides, there was no formally approved NW program. He was just acting as a concerned resident of the gated community where there had been a rash of burglaries and at least one home-invasion. Who amongst us would not have done the same?

  18. labrat says:

    Since when am I moderated? I’m a wolverine!
    ………since Word Press processed a bunch of changes a couple of weeks ago that have never apparently settled in completely and since our site traffic has skyrocketed. We’ve been at this for two and half years, and folks who have been here from the beginning are dropping into spam. Many mentions have been made to that fact throughout the threads for several days now. I’m sorry you missed seeing them. Be assured you are not being picked on. –Admin :(

  19. Unicron says:

    Isn’t it high time that Joe Oliver, Anthony Woodson, whoever the bouncer friend was, the mentored brothers’ mother WITH her two kids, the black girls who grew up with George, the black girl he took to prom… his Hispanic neighbor… and any and all others including Mrs. Dilligard if she’s feeling better, to make an appearance together on one or more major news networks to get the message out that George is no racist and is himself a “person of color”, a Hispanic man, and was PROTECTING many black neighbors in his role as neighborhood watch? Pointing out that he has a gay brother and was very supportive of Robert when he came out, also?

    This “department of justice should bring charges” meme is so stupid… it would’ve been one thing if it was some stupid pipe dream idiots on Twitter were talking about amongst themselves… the fact that the DOJ itself has in ANY way dignified this with a response is amazingly, breathtakingly depressing about the state of our nation.

    It’s time for the minorities in GZ’s life to grow a spine, most of them other than Joe Oliver, Anthony Woodson and Mrs. Dilligard were complete cowards when he was being destroyed on a national level.

    Lesson learned last time, I would hope and think… time to spine up and defend George.

    • chuckles49 says:

      Where’s La Raza? George is Hispanic, and could really use a powerful organization like them on his side.

    • DaneChile says:

      Get them on Sean Hannity. Drive the leftist racists loco.

    • alobrvr says:

      Unicron I don’t think it is not about GZ and his character any more. It is about winning a power struggle and showing everyone ‘this is what we can do and there is nothing you can do about it.’

      • michellc says:

        That has a lot to do with it, I’ve been surprised at how many have said they’re second guessing carrying when they’re alone because of what it would to do to their family if they became the next George Zimmerman.
        Not I, it’s made me cling even more to my guns and my religion.

        • It has been a reminder to me that I can only depend on myself…. police weren’t fast enough, neighbors wouldn’t help*. * not a new or unheard of phenomenon

          • michellc says:

            Where I live by the time they got to my home they’d have time to kill us all, make a sandwich and load up our truck before the cops would arrive.

    • Stormy says:

      I was thinking Sean should do an expose’ on the whole Trayvon Story. Only Truth trumps lies.
      And we need to be praying.

    • yankeeintx says:

      It was mentioned before that the mom of the two kids that George was mentoring wanted to come forward. George told her not to, why destroy their lives too.

    • justfactsplz says:

      It was George’s wishes for them not to come forward. The mother of the two children he mentored wanted to but he begged her not to. He said he would never forgive himself if something happened to her. Even in his persecution he was worried about others’ safety.

      • charlotte says:

        George was 100% right.Thats how decent he is. Teens with Free Zimmerman bumper stickers slaughtered in Jacksonville. Its really getting ugly:
        Teens with Free Zimmerman bumper sticker slaughtered in Jacksonville

        Update: Police just made an arrest and say more arrests should come shortly. Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office is calling it an armed robbery and not a hate crime, even though it appears nothing was stolen.

        Two white teenagers were murdered in the parking lot of a Golden Corral in Jacksonville, FL. The Jacksonville Sheriff’s office says they were killed by multiple perpetrators, and that they have a photo of the suspect’s car. There were also multiple witnesses. However, they have not released any information or description of the suspects or the suspect’s car.

        Family and friends took to social media to report that the brothers had a “Free Zimmerman” bumper sticker on their truck. The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office issued a statement denying that the killings were related to the Zimmerman trial.

        • justfactsplz says:

          It is happening all across America, this vengeance. The media refuses to tell it like it is, retaliation.

    • Stormy says:

      And RZjr said it was his mother who insisted that race be kept out of the case from the very beginning. (Foxnews interview this morning.)

  20. Does the defense site have the copy of the EMAIL Zimmerman sent re: the Sherman Ware case? The FLIER means nothing as it can be claimed it was just printed at kinkos when he was at jail and nobody will believe the father (just being honest about the world we live in)

    I think I saw it before…that is what needs to be shared with everybody. And that person who read those emails needs to start doing some pressers.

  21. sangell says:

    There is probably nothing as loathsome in political terms as the ‘informant’. The anonymous neighbor who , tips off the police, not about any crime, but persons attitude, beliefs or activities. Is this the change Obama meant for the US? A nation of ‘informants’ willing to help the state prosecute someone for some ‘thought crime’. Do Obama and the rest of black America even understand the meaning of ‘Civil Rights’. Civil Rights are not a set of laws to enable the state to prosecute an individual but laws meant to protect the individual from the arbitrary power of the state!

    • Shelby says:

      This Administration loves “snitching” on fellow citizens; this is right in their wheelhouse. Remember where people were encouraged to “report” those that were giving out “misleading” or “erroneous info about O-care? Then there was “Attack Watch” to report anti-O “propaganda” on Twitter. As I recall AW turned into hilarity on Twitter as like-minded non-Obots took it completely over. Remember, it’s not fascism when THEY do it.

    • Rob Crawford says:

      You’re saying it was wrong of me to send them a list of the abuses committed by the prosecution?

  22. Marina says:

    Zimmerman needs to file a civil lawsuit against FL and the DOJ for hate crimes against him because of his race. The grievance industry created a hateful, false narrative to generate profit, power and notoriety for themselves. State and now Federal officials are using Zimmerman’s race against him to perpetuate the false narrative.

  23. teajr says:

    So I guess he’s the new Public Enemy #1 now. Absolutely shameful. What can we do about this.. there has to be a check of some kind.

  24. rooferx says:

    All show, no go. Just like Michelle Malkin said.

  25. Eloise says:

    My 1st post!! I have been a long time reader but I now feel the need to be a voice for GZ! How in the world did it come to this? I am so appalled & disgusted right now to be a citizen of the United States of America and live in Central Florida!

    • Sharon says:

      It came to this because a man who has no use for and no affection for the United States of America was elected to be POTUS. Twice. He rules now. And everything he does is ok with Congress. The reason we know it’s ok with Congress is because they have the authority and responsibility to stop him and his hirelings when they do that things that violate the Constitution. And they are not stopping them.

      • janc1955 says:

        “It came to this because a man who has no use for and no affection for the United States of America was elected to be POTUS. Twice.”

        This is the heart of the matter.

  26. chuckles49 says:

    I don’t know how much more of this persecution George can stand.. I know I’d be ready to crumble at this point. GZ is obviously a much better man than I. Keep Strong George, and if you’re reading this, may God bless you and keep you and yours out of harm’s way.

    • caseyanderson2112 says:

      I think he needs to move his family out of the country to escape the filthy clutches of the Obama administration and its BGI accomplices.

      • cairosyrup says:

        Here’s an innocent man whose family will forever be running to be free. Not employable and having to mistrust in order to survive. It sounds like hyperbole, but this is his reality. I second the idea to get out of here, but Janet N. may be stepping down, but DHS’s looong reach has set a precedent.

      • charlotte says:

        I agree. Can his mom and dad go back to Peru with him? I have donated to them and can help a little every month to help them live until this abomination of a regime has gone.

  27. Artist says:

    I’ve really had it. When I was a child I grow up in a liberal Jewish home and my parents spent nearly every waking moment that they weren’t working at their jobs, working for the Civil Rights movement.They worked for SNCC, CORE, the NAACP, supported the Freedom Riders and Fair Housing propositions in CA., marched, marched marched. They licked envelopes, put up fliers, worked the phones, knocked on doors, gave $….I think if they were alive to today, to see all this…they’d rue the day they ever lifted a finger or marched a step. It is heart wrenching and sickening. Is there ANYTHING we can do about this..about Holder et al? I feel the need to ACT, to DO something…..

    • Spar Harmon says:

      ….I empathize, Artist….check out my post up thread… my personal recipe for personal action… Good luck, right at home, wherever that may be…Spar

  28. PeruvianMom says:

    How are they going to sort through millions of emails?? 10 million? 50 million?

    • Judy says:

      “….sort through millions….” great opportunity to further test the NSA sorting software? :(

    • rashomon says:

      Just another extension of The Cloward-Piven Strategy — much celebrated by Obama and Clinton — to overwhelm the government and send it into crisis.

    • ZurichMike says:

      This is a ruse. It’s merely good optics — “See? We are involving all Americans for justice!” I bet the e-mails go into a server, where they are stored and eventually just deleted.

  29. P7rancher says:

    What stage of Obama’s race war are we in? Is this the “create nameless snitches part?

  30. sbguy says:

    Does anybody really think that this is anything more than the DOJ feigning interest? I don’t like the precedent at all, though.

  31. nwtex says:

    Hmmmm why does this look ominous to me? Never mind.

      • BigMamaTEA says:

        The close-up pics of that statue make his eyes look chinese

      • nwtex says:

        MLK’s niece on viral hoodie image
        14 hours ago

        “I can almost promise you Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. would not wear a hoodie,” said Alveda King on the Andrea Tantaros radio show Tuesday when asked about the image. Alveda King is a former state representative in Georgia and a right-wing anti-abortion activist and minister.

        King said she and two of her cousins are calling on Americans not to “fight or debate” about the case, which she thinks did not raise any significant racial issues

        “Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. would very likely not wear a hoodie,” she said. “I can assure you he would not wear sagging pants. I don’t even think I’ve ever even seen his sons with sagging pants.” King then said the verdict had been reached and that Americans must accept it, before adding again, seemingly agitated, “I can almost promise you Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. would not wear a hoodie.“—dr–martin-luther-king-jr–would-not-wear-a-hoodie–164608597.html

    • BigMamaTEA says:

      nwtx, sure are trying to co-opt MLK huh!?

      • nwtex says:

        yep, BigMamaTEA…… and his niece doesn’t like it!! Nope!

        MLK Jr’s Niece: NAACP ‘Race-Baiting’ Zimmerman Verdict, Trying to Stir Up ‘Racial Anarchy’
        July 15, 2013


        Appearing on the Steve Malzberg Show on NewsMax TV, King said the NAACP was “race-baiting” and trying to stir up “racial anarchy” by pushing for the justice department to prosecute a civil rights case against Zimmerman.

        STEVE MALZBERG: There’s all kinds of calls from the NAACP and everyone else on that side of the issue for a civil rights case to be brought against George Zimmerman. Do you believe that that would be helpful?

        ALVEDA KING: It is not helpful to race-bait, NAACP and all of those other organizations who also support abortion, who also support the destruction of natural marriage and family. So we need to wonder why they’re doing that, what kind of checks and money they’re getting behind the scenes to stir us up into racial anarchy when we should be speaking nonviolence, justice, peace, and love as Trayvon’s parents are doing by the way[...]

      • nwtex says:

        BigMamaTEA—-I sent you something but hasn’t shown up yet.

  32. Katrisha says:

    I’m appalled. Not surprised. Just sickened. My faith in connected brain cells withers. I have no doubt tips will be spurious, weak and unlawful. If the FBI has had this case for over a year with no “luck” lets turn it over to the masses and solicit gossip, speculation and innuendo. Fair! Ha! Now, what we can hope for and will likely get is the peace of mind that email will be flooded with hatred and vitriol bogging down any ” real” efforts.

    Just wish the outrage was as vocal as the railroad.

    • Sharon says:

      Oh, the outrage is vocal. They’ve just shut the windows. They didn’t choose this moment to do this because they thought they could overcome resistance. They chose it because they believe they have already overcome meaningful resistance. They don’t have to listen any more.

  33. 2ntense says:

    This is unbelievable. If they need help from anyone with an aol account the employees of the DOJ need to find new jobs. SMH

  34. eastern2western says:

    Zimmerman should be filing his civil law suits against the doj now because such website is a definite violation of his civil rights. currently, he is an innocent man and there is absolutely no law that allows a doj to create a national hot line that is setting to hunt him down. this pure lynching.

  35. Rachel deleted basically all of her posts. Another media scam in effect currently.

  36. Mack says:

    The NAACP truly is the Black Klan. Hoodies up! And who is calling who racist? They’ll say ohhh its just a hoodie….it dont mean nothing, while they kick some poor non-black’s head in.

    The flag burns, the constitution has become a door mat, and the DOJ ignores the IRS profiling to chase zimmerman. WTF? Just seriously…what happned here?

    And where is brown in this fight? You would think the hispanics would be stepping up?

  37. dws says:

    Ted Nugent isn’t afraid to say it like it is, George Zimmerman is a hero. And if people don’t come to their senses, no one will be willing or able to protect themselves, let alone have someone like George around who cares enough and is willing to help.

  38. KPM58 says:

    Give them some geese to chase.

    • John Galt says:

      Dear DOJ:

      There was definitely a hate crime associated with the Zimmerman case! I have information that Trayvon referred to Zimmerman as a “creepy ass cracka” and a “nigga” before sucker punching him in the face. Note that Zimmerman is part white (which makes “creepy ass cracka” a racial slur) and part black (which makes “nigga” a racial slur).

      Can I get my reward now?

  39. Randy says:

    The fact that they would trample on a citizen’s rights to feign interest is mind boggling in itself.

  40. truthfan7 says:

    Psalm 7
    New King James Version (NKJV)
    Prayer and Praise for Deliverance from Enemies
    A Meditation[a] of David, which he sang to the Lord concerning the words of Cush, a Benjamite.

    1 O Lord my God, in You I put my trust;
    Save me from all those who persecute me;
    And deliver me,
    2 Lest they tear me like a lion,
    Rending me in pieces, while there is none to deliver.

    3 O Lord my God, if I have done this:
    If there is iniquity in my hands,
    4 If I have repaid evil to him who was at peace with me,
    Or have plundered my enemy without cause,
    5 Let the enemy pursue me and overtake me;
    Yes, let him trample my life to the earth,
    And lay my honor in the dust. Selah

    6 Arise, O Lord, in Your anger;
    Lift Yourself up because of the rage of my enemies;
    Rise up for me[b] to the judgment You have commanded!
    7 So the congregation of the peoples shall surround You;
    For their sakes, therefore, return on high.
    8 The Lord shall judge the peoples;
    Judge me, O Lord, according to my righteousness,
    And according to my integrity within me.

    9 Oh, let the wickedness of the wicked come to an end,
    But establish the just;
    For the righteous God tests the hearts and minds.
    10 My defense is of God,
    Who saves the upright in heart.

    11 God is a just judge,
    And God is angry with the wicked every day.
    12 If he does not turn back,
    He will sharpen His sword;
    He bends His bow and makes it ready.
    13 He also prepares for Himself instruments of death;
    He makes His arrows into fiery shafts.

    14 Behold, the wicked brings forth iniquity;
    Yes, he conceives trouble and brings forth falsehood.
    15 He made a pit and dug it out,
    And has fallen into the ditch which he made.
    16 His trouble shall return upon his own head,
    And his violent dealing shall come down on his own crown.

    17 I will praise the Lord according to His righteousness,
    And will sing praise to the name of the Lord Most High.

    George, this is for you.
    Take comfort from the words of David, another one of God’s servants and remember that God gave the victory to David over his Goliath enemy.
    For all you Goliaths, I’d encourage you also to read carefully, especially verse 11 onward.

    The just judge is coming, for you. And he is angry with the wicked every day. If you do not stop, I can see Him readying his sword and bow, indeed, I can see and have seen him sharpening the point of this very spear of your own creation, George Zimmerman. I believe He intends to use this very spear to bring your shame and destruction upon your own heads.

    • Sharon says:

      That’s timely. Their secrets are open scandal in the eyes of the righteous God.

      • truthfan7 says:

        Of course Sharon :), and it’s more than that you see. The wicked don’t understand anything about God, or how He thinks, or how He does things. His Word tells us clearly that he raises up the foolish things, to confound the ‘wise’ (or so they think) of this world, and the weak things, to confound the mighty.
        George is utterly weak in the face of the goliath of corrupt government and corrupt and wicked people, but it won’t matter at bit to God at all. That doesn’t faze Him :)

        • Sharon says:

          I know. Psalm 2 is one of my faves. I wouldn’t want to be on the receiving end of derisive laughter from the thrice-holy God. And at that same time as that is bottom line truth for sure, neither we nor George are spared the days between now and then.

          This is not about George Zimmerman at this point, and this was no caused by George Zimmerman. This is about the plan the progs have had for our nation for a very, very long time. Over a hundred years minimum. This is a devastatingly seriously day.

          Think Reichstag Edict. Germany was a Constitutional Republic, still functioning as such, right up until the day dear old President Hindenburg. Once that gentle but stubborn obstacle was shoved aside by death, the documents, the rulings, the decisions (only to save Germany, of course) began to move off the printing presses.

          • truthfan7 says:

            True Sharon, so true. Psalm 2 much loved here as well.
            And it’s true, there are bad times to come, for all who would live godly lives in Christ Jesus will suffer persecution. How not? in a world that is at enmity with God?
            But oh, for the weight of glory to come!

            It will be worth it, indeed!

          • Fantasia says:

            What I have to offer is this:

            There, but for the grace of God, go I.

            Or you. Or your loved one.

            I am simply at a loss to explain the empathy I have right now for the Zimerman family.

            I can tell you this, however. To the Scheme Team… et al:

            I was once blind, but now I see.
            I never used to care, skin color never mattered to me

            You have opened my eyes
            With your scheming and lies
            Out there for the world to see.

            When the day comes
            And we stand at the throne
            Where will you be?
            I know I won’ t be alone.

    • lovemygirl says:

      Very nice prayer for the occasion.
      I don’t mean to make light of it in any way but I did notice something. “a Benjamite” – maybe the Biblical version of Benjamin Crump?.

  41. SouthernbyGrace says:

    I am stunned. Is a US version of the Enabling Act of 1933 on the horizon?

  42. FrenchPug says:

    Crowd sourcing federal criminal investigations!? A new low.

  43. boutis says:

    I have emailed my congressman. He is a Republican, former district judge and on the Judiciary committee. This cannot continue.

  44. Rich Branson says:

    Not surprising. They are following the same plan they did for the criminal trial. They just said “Not enough to charge him huh?” So they produced RJ, coached her and told her to lie (the “I heard him say Get off, Get off” stuff), and then got their desired criminal trial. Now Sharpton, Crump, and the rest of the race-baiting miscreants, are using their Washington contacts, Eric (my people) Holder, and Barrack (my son Trayvon) Obama to do the same thing. They will find some low life, lying ghetto trash to claim George did something racial to him when they were in middle school, and they will proceed with their civil rights show trial. And guess who gets to pay for it all? That’s right, you and me, Mr and Mrs’ John Q taxpayer. Obama and Holder are treasonous, fascist bastards.

  45. FrenchPug says:

    I don’t think they want riots. They are trying to get people to channel their anger into something pointless, but not destructive, while hoping they quickly lose interest.

    • I Am Trademark says:

      Part of me disagrees.
      What better way to push forward with some sort of marshal law/gun confiscation program than to allow this fire to keep burning (while adding fuel)?
      Once this gets to the point that people are having to defend themselves and start shooting back, what then?
      You don’t think that our beloved government would do something as outrageous as claim that the shooters were shooting at peaceful protesters and go after them?

      • Stormy says:

        Executive order 6102 – April 5, 1933… the day that the government seized everyone’s gold… they had records…

  46. eastern2western says:

    this national hot line is created to hunt down Zimmerman’s location. It is purpose has nothing to do with the law or legality because it is a gps locator for Zimmerman and prevent him from ever feeling safe. At this moment, Zimmerman needs to hire a law firm that is willing to take on the doj, naacp, aclu and all of the other civil rights organizations because they are hunting him.

    • jello333 says:

      Don is already super angry. And even Mark seems to be reaching his limit. And of course Beasley is on the job. Dersh too. Plus I’m sure there are also many other good lawyers around the country who’d be willing to help. So I think George is in good hands.

      • HearNoEvil says:

        I really hope and pray that you are sincere in your comments. George will need all the help he can get.

  47. Cupcake says:

    This has to be a joke, right??

  48. Moishe Pipik says:

    The NY Times had an editorial by Charles Blow titled “The Whole System Failed Trayvon Martin”

    I started to read it (it may be paywalled; I pay) thinking “ok. He’s going to at least mention how his school, his parents, failed him, too.”

    Nope. According to Mr. Blow, the System that failed him is the “racist” Jury that weren’t made up of Trayvon’s peers (as if Trayvon was on trial!) and self-defense laws. Not a peep about his mom who kicked him out of his house, or a school that sweeps under the rug the fact that he was turning into a thug.

    • charlotte says:

      The little thug’s parents failed him.The father especially with his serial philandering.The mother with her disinterest until he died and she saw $$$$. So did the school. So did the black community who things its cool for “niggas” to be like he was.

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  50. flaladybug says:

    Just when I thought there was NOTHING this administration could do that would SHOCK me anymore…….BAM…Right in the Kisser :(

  51. bullnuke says:

    This administration has the mindset, and rightfully so, of what are you going to do about it? You haven’t stopped us yet!
    This country is getting dumber by the minute.

    • rickmadigan says:

      Its too dumb to believe. I feel like they might be up to something.

      I remember a company I worked for, had more than a 80% AA workforce. The all white top and mid level management didn’t care about the complaints and issues. So they set up monthly townhall sessions, where one representative from each department would put forth their complaint, which had already gone through qualifications to be heard.

      After attending some of these townhall sessions, I realized the management was very clever in giving them something of a sounding board allowing them to let it all out. Nothing would ever be done, but the sessions made the employees think the management cared.

      I kinda suspect that this outreach is something similar, it allows fools to feel involved. I could be wrong, and maybe our government really has gone this stupid. In which case … Dear God! :shock: 8-0

      • Stormy says:

        That is what our local school board does when they close a school.. let the parents hold meetings… and then close it anyway

  52. Coast says:

    I sent an email to their hotline address. In essence it says “may God have mercy on you for your evil deeds”.

  53. Andybinga says:

    This is for the spammers looking for email addresses:

  54. Chip Bennett says:

    I say we all spam that email address with reports of George Zimmerman’s civil rights being violated by the State of Florida.

    • lovemygirl says:

      Oops, already did that. :)

    • Katrisha says:


      To whom it may concern,

      I’m a 41 year old post-college educated registered voter. I’m writing this email to express my profound disgust at the ongoing, overtly political prosecution of George Zimmerman.

      The FBI had his case for over a year and to date found NO EVIDENCE of racial motivations yet, the weak spinal cord of this administration has bent beneath pressure from so-called civil rights “leaders” and so, perpetuate the wrongs of the Corey Prosecution under FL State. It is time to let it rest and us to heal!

      I’m a registered Independent and I am letting it known that my potential future support for the Democratic Party will cease should this miscarriage of justice and blatant political railroad of Mr. Zimmerman continue.


    • wrongonred says:

      I sent them an e-mail-

      I wanted to report a violation of George Zimmerman’s Civil Rights, and the clear 42 USC § 1983 violations that the existence of this email address represents. That is what they did in Soviet Russia under Stalin. It seems you are attempting to crowdsource a Federal Investigation, while essentially soliciting anyone to lie in order to prosecute a man, whose acquittal you do not support. We are no longer a nation of laws.

      This is not Due Process of law, anymore than taking an individual and asking under the color of law for anyone to report anything they know in the attempt to find some
      “prosecutable” violation to appease a vocal minority. All of this against a man who was acquitted by a jury of his peers, and against whom no evidence of racial animus exists.
      I never thought I would agree with Michelle Obama on anything, but the violations of George Zimmerman’s Civil Rights by the Department of Justice have destroyed my faith in
      American Jurisprudence, and for the first time I, like Michelle, am ashamed to be an American. The actions of the DOJ are reprehensible, as is the fact that I am supporting the salaries
      of those who choose to disregard the rule of law and the Constitution. This is not the America I remember.

      • jello333 says:

        It would be simpler if the gov’t would just set up loudspeakers on every street corner around the country. Then they could broadcast their message, a la Rwanda: “We have reports that three Zimmerman supporters were seen at the corner of 14th and Main. Hurry! Get them!”

    • dexter says:

      I already sent them an email, explaining that it was unlikely that Zimmerman was following Martin, since multiple witnesses claim the confrontation begin west of the T, near Z’s vehicle, than moved south.

  55. anniemae says:

    This is truly scary the way the government is willing to go after ONE individual like they are going after George. The United States of America is changing, and not for the better.

    This is a current nightmare for George (I can’t imagine how he and his family are coping) but it is also a nightmare for the future of our country.

    • Shelby says:

      We did get to see a hint of things to come when we saw how this cast of characters went after “Joe the Plumber”. Even though they weren’t even holding the reigns of power at the time, they deployed the democrat smear machine, published sealed government records and released the attack dogs on this American citizen, with full support of and given shelter by the media. It was appalling to witness and portended what was to come, if this sinister group were to prevail.

      And here we are….

  56. Marina says:

    Jeantel said Trayvon referred to Zimmerman as a creepy ass cracka. Then talked about how Zimmerman might be a rapist going after Trayvon or one of the males in Brandi’s home. So Trayvon attacked Zimmerman because he saw the man as a gay. That is a hate crime. Jeantel described a hate crime on the stand and in her CNN interview.

    • John Galt says:

      Yes, I forgot gay bashing. Trayvon demonstrated animus against whites (“cracka”), blacks (“nigga”) and gays (“creepy ass”). Zimmerman is part white, part black, and has a gay brother. I demand an investigation. Did RJ incite Trayvon into committing a hate crime against Zimmerman?

      • BigMamaTEA says:

        Yes. She essentially said that last night on Piers(wish he would jump)Morgan.
        Remember in court when she said I told him to run, CAC might be a rapist.

      • Sherrimae says:

        Yes, she described a hate crime, but I don’t believe that she was even on the phone with Tradeymark.

        • justfactsplz says:

          I don’t either. If Trayvon’s phone was under Sybrina, her records should have been given to Crump, not Tracy’s.

  57. SuisseRoudy says:

    This may make my decision on whether to give up my citizenship and take Swiss easier.

  58. Chip Bennett says:

    If the snitch email address accepts attachments, I suggest this one (public domain, from

    (Be sure to use the full-size version.)

  59. Arkindole says:

    This is starting to get real interesting…will our dear Gov Richard Lynn Scott make a statement before the end of the week? The ball is in his court now.

    • Lynn says:

      I just wrote him and am waiting for a reply. He always sends a reply to emails. Hope others are writing him too.

  60. hawkeye13 says:

    I get upset at some of this and then realize that the vast majority of people don’t have all the facts and don’t care about the truth. They have been lied to so much that it is normal, at least their version of normal.

    I would sure like the jury to get connected to the treehouse and learn the truth. I feel that they would not be so stressed about making the tough decision they did and realize that they recognized the truth of the evidence they did see during the trial. Let them see the rest now and learn the behind the scenes things going on, the evidence withheld, the motions denied, the sanctions still be to determined, etc.

    • jello333 says:

      Agree with that. But on the other hand, even if George was 100% GUILTY, and just got off on a “technicality”, this stuff the gov’t is pulling would STILL be dead wrong! Millions of people all over the country hating ONE MAN? This is just disgusting. Would be even if George was guilty… but is a million times worse since he’s innocent. :(

      • rickmadigan says:

        “Millions of people all over the country hating ONE MAN?”

        That is why I love this article by Modesty Avian, dated June 2012, calling what is happening to George, a National Disgrace:

        “Humans have discovered that good wishes are essential to life. Imagine then, if groups of people, organizations, churches, politicians and media were to vilify and demonize a single individual. … Lynch mobs want vengeance, not justice. Zimmerman is neither a racist nor a vigilante; yet he has been mercilessly demonized and vilified as one or the other. He utters no complaint, but speaks his truth quietly and clearly. When love can nowhere be found and all resulting troubles are viewed as God’s justice, how can a man survive? … What is happening to Zimmerman, on every level, is a national disgrace.”

        The article is in the header menu on my blog (click my name). People really don’t get how MEDIEVAL this is!

  61. pet says:

    Frustrating that we are always (futilely) fighting all of the symptoms that the BGI feeds from, instead of honestly and openly addressing the underlying cultural issues themselves.

    Even the two steps forward that Newt Gingrich’s Congress and a reluctant Bill Clinton made have now gone 5 steps backwards at this point. We are indeed going backwards at an accelerated pace at this point. Thanks to a willful effort from the current administration.

  62. BigMamaTEA says:

    WOO HOO!!!! The Conservative Treehouse was just mentioned on my local OKC talk radio!!!
    He’s now talking about ALL of the back-story, and the research done at CTH. Said he got there via Breitbart.

  63. myopiafree says:

    Eric Holder insists that George had a “duty to retreat” – and should not have acted in “self defense”.
    QUESTION: How the hell do you “retreat” when a thug is sitting on you and beating your head into the cement?.

    O’mara INSISTED this was self-defense. Where does “Castle” concept come in to in.

    STATEMENT: Why George HAD TO SHOOT. 1) If there had been one pound ROCKS near where George fell – and Mr. Martin had got hold of one – George would have been killed. Geroge could not just “lie there” and wait for that to happen. 2) Once the pistol began to become visible, THEN George had not choice but to shoot first.

    Eric Holder is a BGI idiot.

    • tara says:

      What a dumb f*ck he is. Did he not bother to review a couple of Florida statutes before he started yapping?

      Holder: There has always been a legal defense for using deadly force if — and the ‘if’ is important — if no safe retreat is available.

      Reality: 776.012 Use of force in defense of person.—A person is justified in using force, except deadly force, against another when and to the extent that the person reasonably believes that such conduct is necessary to defend himself or herself or another against the other’s imminent use of unlawful force. However, a person is justified in the use of deadly force and does not have a duty to retreat if:
      (1) He or she reasonably believes that such force is necessary to prevent imminent death or great bodily harm to himself or herself
      or another or to prevent the imminent commission of a forcible felony;

      There are the caveats of 776.041. Only if George had started the fight would be be required to retreat. The jurors believed that Trademark started the fight.

      776.041 Use of force by aggressor.—The justification described in the preceding sections of this chapter is not available to a person who:
      (1) Is attempting to commit, committing, or escaping after the commission of, a forcible felony; or
      (2) Initially provokes the use of force against himself or herself, unless:
      (a) Such force is so great that the person reasonably believes that he or she is in imminent danger of death or great bodily harm and that he or she has exhausted every reasonable means to escape such danger other than the use of force which is likely to cause death or great bodily harm to the assailant;

      Even if George had started the fight, I would say that 40+ seconds of yelling for help while being beaten is sufficient to satisfy (2)(a).

      • tara says:

        (Didn’t intend the very last paragraph, “Even if George…”, to be italicized.)

      • lovemygirl says:

        More important is they are twisting the duty to retreat into he should have run back to the truck. IF there even was a duty to retreat (there wasn’t), it was when faced with an imminent danger. That would be when they came face to face and TM was threatening him. He did take a step backwards but was sucker punched before he could do anything else. Holder is beyond disgusting words that I can think of.

        • Marina says:

          Trayvon had as much of a duty to retreat as Zimmerman did. Instead of lurking and confronting, he could have walked on home.

          • unitron says:

            Zimmerman had no obligation to return to his truck and Martin had no obligation to continue on to Brandy Greene’s house.

            Before things got physical between them, neither party had any duty to retreat.

            Even if they were near a Circle which had a View of the Retreat.

          • DaneChile says:

            Which he did. Remember DD testifying that Martin was in Brandi´s yard beside the house? FCS, he was a star football player; he could have run back and forth three times in four minutes.

      • DaneChile says:

        You are incorrect in one small but vitally important detail. Case law in Florida shows that it does NOT matter who initiated a confrontation. The only thing that matters is whether the shooter (in this case) was JUSTIFIED in his belief that lethal force was necessary to preserve someone´s life or to avoid grave bodily harm. In other words, I can start a fight but as soon as I believe I am in imminent danger of death or grave bodly harm, I can use lethal force but must justify it after the fact. Usually to a jury.

    • misterdeedeebooboo says:

      776.032, which many consider to be SYG and was introduced in the 2005 bill, should have prevented both Zimmerman’s arrest and prosecution. If SYG is why Zimmerman was acquitted than the decision not to arrest him initially was incontrovertibly correct – these idiots are arguing both sides of the issue and they don’t even seem so to be smart enough to realize it.

      • DaneChile says:

        This never had anything to do with SYG. Z did not have the possibility to retreat.

      • unitron says:

        “776.032, which many” mistakenly “consider to be SYG and was introduced in the 2005 bill, should have prevented both Zimmerman’s arrest and prosecution.”

        Fixed that for you.

        Just because it got stuck into the Justifiable Use of Force law at the same time as SYG doesn’t make it SYG.

        • misterdeedeebooboo says:

          Considering immunity under 776.032 is contingent upon conditions being met in 1 of 3 other statutes, each of which discharges a person’s duty to retreat, I have yet to have someone explain why your interpretation is correct and the common sensibility is wrong – particularly since the Florida Stand Your Ground Task Force, chaired by Senator Smith, reviewed all 4 statutes which were introduced or amended by the 2005 bill.

          Is there any scenario in which 776.032 immunity would be considered for a person who failed to regard his legal duty to retreat? What exactly is the difference to your distinction?

    • I Am Trademark says:

      I hear he’s going after Castle Doctrine next because it’s obviously a racist concept because the majority of the victims that are shot by home owners during home invasions are black…

      • WeeWeed says:

        Bingo on the gun laws – they’re still on that and do NOT expect them to back off on gun control anytime soon. Nazis-R-Us. :evil:

        • michellc says:

          Of course they can’t have total control with us armed. Sadly in the near future I think I will liquidate all my guns. Sorry Mr. Government man I sold that gun a long time ago, I think I gave that one away.

    • wo years later, Holder was among the leaders of the SAAS that were demanding the former ROTC office be renamed the “Malcolm X Lounge” in honor of the early Black Muslim leader who was assassinated in 1965.

      Speaking to the 2009 graduating class at Columbia, America’s top lawman mistakenly remembered it as his “senior year,” and boasted of his participation in the movement during his college days. However, he deceitfully tempered his remarks by calling it a protest to “peacefully occupy
      one of the campus offices.”

      The Justice Department has not responded to a query of what kind of weapon Holder himself was carrying at the time, but his friend, Steve Sims, told a mainstream newspaper it all did happen.

      This may explain why Holder refused to prosecute Black Panther thugs, who were accused of intimidating voters with truncheons at the polls in

  64. tara says:

    Can we submit an FOIA request to release all of the “tips” sent to that email address?

    • Katrisha says:

      Great idea!

    • John Galt says:

      There is an “ongoing investigation” exception under which DOJ would likely deny any such request.

    • Sharon says:

      There are significant fees for FOIAs, so if you want to do that, start saving your pennies. The fees on the FOIAs obtained by SD have cost thousands of dollars.

      • Marina says:

        From a community perspective, that was an investment with high return. From your personal view, was it money well spent?

      • tara says:

        I will donate.

        • Sharon says:

          I was not suggesting or ijmplying that the CTH would pursue that project. Not my call.

          Sundance already has investigations ongoing that are (already) like trying to push Niagara Falls through a soda straw.

          It is absolutely not appropriate or rational to be making assumptions about what happens next. This is a story that just broke 4 hours ago or something. It doesn’t inherently take precedence over everything else.

  65. Sha says:

    I’m so angry right now I can’t even think…………

    • Fantasia says:

      I agree. I am trying to form my thoughts into something to say, and IF am too disgusted, sickened, bitter, and frustrated to say anything very coherent at this point.

      All I can say right now is how in the world?!

      • Sha says:

        It’s a sad abuse of power to see what is being done to one man…………Is it not enough that one life has been lost in this tragedy and another destroyed. The people that are running the show on this are only trying to appease the crowds that wont an eye for an eye.

  66. The Great Divider at it again. If the Republicans just sit on their hands while this happens, they don’t deserve my vote.

    • I should clarify – I’ve never voted for a Democrat, and never will.

      • Sharon says:

        I’ve never voted for a Democract, and will never vote again for 98% of the “republicans” in this nation. The republicans are already sitting on their hands (and have been since teh Won was elected in 2008). Do not hold your breath thinking “the Republicans” will make a stand. If they were willing to “make a stand” over anything, they might have started four years ago when we were headed into the second year without a Federal budget for the first time in our national history, in direct violation of the Constitution of the United States.

        • jello333 says:

          I can tell you, I’ll never vote for anyone who was on the wrong side of this case. And as for someone on the RIGHT side of it?… hmm… even if I disagreed with them on some other issues, I’d still have to give them a look. That’s how strongly I feel about what’s going on. (And even though I had my doubts at first, I now very much agree with you that this is NOT just about George Zimmerman.)

        • St. Benedict's Thistle says:

          Sharon, you spoke my mind perfectly.

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  68. maggiemoowho says:

    Been fuming about this all day, can’t say what I’m thinking. The true racists are out protesting, rioting and conventioning. They are destroying this counrty so fast and to many people are willing to sit back and watch it happen. It’s just wrong.

    • tara says:

      I now call their activities “temper tantrums”. This is what 3 year olds do when someone tells them “no”.

      • Sharon says:

        Three-year-olds who are referred to by the head of Department of Justice of the United States of America as “my people.”

      • angel says:

        “I now call their activities “temper tantrums”. This is what 3 year olds do when someone tells them “no”.

        Yes, and what any loving parents know is loving parents have to gently but firmly say no for their own good and be prepared for the tantrum to get a bit messier before the behavior is extinguished completely but cannot be if the behavior is reinforced. . I think that is what we are witnessing here with the reaction with the verdict: the temper tantrum is getting messy but this is where a parent has to gently but firmly stand their ground.

    • doodahdaze says:

      Have faith. People are watching. Remember, the silent majority. The Newz is magnifying it. It is not that many people as it appears. Thousands….not millions. All magnified by the Boob Tube. Most people do not even know it is all going on. Much less than half even give a damn.

    • doodahdaze says:

      Take the real actual numbers of the people in the street riotin….not that many. Not many at all. Remember the media TV magnifying glass. Most people are just going on trying to get ahead and live the life in peace. I know how the TV works. It expands little stuff in to giant balloons. Think about it.

  69. Moishe Pipik says:

    It seems like it’s Mr. Zimmerman who should be seeking political asylum.

  70. truthfan7 says:

    Just want to throw out this suggestion. Don’t know how it could be accomplished but I wonder if there is anyway to get a message to one or more jurors to encourage them, now that they are not sequestered to review all the parts of the trial that were hidden from their view, that show how hard the prosecution fought and how the judge aided them every turn, to withhold the pertinent information about just who Trayvon showed himself to be in his own postings, and things in his cell phone, and ask if they feel that this was not fair to them, to make a complaint. Don’t know who it would be best to direct it to, perhaps the Bar Association as touching these prosecutors licenses? Have no idea who one would lodge a complaint about the judge’s behavior to.

    • tara says:

      I think we should comment on every single George-related article asking the jurors to come to CTH.

      • Fantasia says:

        I have been having the same concerns since before the verdict. I was worried how they would feel if they convicted to only find out the truth later.

        Now, I am worried that they are going to have concerns and regrets for seeing the truth and voting on the side of the law.

        Are they going to feel guilty for the “civil disobedience” miscreants? Feel guilty over the government persecution of George? Feel perhaps he may have been better off in prison?

        Is the government going to unleash holy hell upon them by “leaking” their identities? I am very worried for them and their mental health right now.

        • Sharon says:

          They’re going to have to deal with reality just like everyone else, make decisions, THINK, and choose what to do.

          Their main qualification for serving on the jury was that they could prove that they hadn’t been paying attention for over a year to the nightmares of the process, knew nothing, thought nothing and had absolutely no opinion about the injustices that been foisted on George Zimmerman and his family, month after month after month.

          It’s an opportunity for them to grow up, if they care to. Their call.

          • DaneChile says:

            Mark Twain had a great commentary of the jury concept. Look into it, I recommend. (Hint: he was not impressed.)

          • Fantasia says:

            I agree with all you said, but, and this is the only but I have, is if their idntities get leaked. There is a very real threat to them right now.

            Obviously, this hasn’t happened, but who would have thought the government would go as far as they have to open a tip line?

            At this point, I put nothing past them to continue and worsen this ongoing persecution.

            I won’ t even grace it with using the word prosecution.

          • jello333 says:

            Knock knock. Who’s there? George Zimmerman. Who?

            Along with the “reset”, Don was trying to show the absurdity of trying to get only jurors who had been living under a rock for the previous 15 months.

        • angel says:

          There was an article on the OS from a writer on 07/16/2013 who was calling for the identities of the jury to be released but I didn’t read it as had to pay for access to the article.

    • doodahdaze says:

      No. They did the right thing. Applied the law to the facts in the trial. They were picked from the DL register. When confronted with the responsibility the rose to the task. Most citizens do that. Amazing. The courage. Think about it.

  71. Glen says:

    When confronting the Left one must JOG to maintain one’s position and RUN LIKE HELL to push them back

  72. DaneChile says:

    “I worked with Zimmerman as a security guard and I heard him say once “Get your butt outta here, Nigger””.

    I just sent that message to the Get Zimmerman at Any Cost e-dress.

    Flood the site. Make them spend 100,000 han-hours investigating each “tip”. Overload their system.

    • tara says:

      Uh, I don’t think it will help to send unflattering statements about George. Why not send FLATTERING statements?

    • Sharon says:

      Was that a true statement? If not….you do know what makes you? (and don’t tell me it was a joke…..because if that was the intent, it’s not funny)

      • DaneChile says:

        I´m going as slow as I can here. My recommendation is to flood the site with as many false “tips” as possible, forcing them to investigate each one. Overload the system.

        • Sharon says:

          ;) So am I.

        • DaneChile says:

          Basic rule: they fight dirty, we respond dirty.

          • Coast says:

            And I understood your point from the start. Perhaps a good idea…or perhaps not. This is almost similar to the Skype part of the trail, where people flooded the system on purpose to screw the State.

            • DaneChile says:

              You attack the enemy on all fronts using many different methods and tactics in order to cause confusion in the Command and Control system. Overload the system.

              My mind is open as to whether this would be a good tactic or not. I am open to argument. It was tossed out as a suggestion.

    • Baldy says:

      What good would come from that? Hasn’t the poor man been through enough?

    • Shelby says:

      I don’t know that they are actually interested in verifying each tip. They just want a bunch of derogatory, racially charged stuff sent to them as evidence that GZ violated TM’s civil rights. Their investigative standard will probably be “the sheer volume “. smh

    • yankeeintx says:

      If you are going to do that, why not just copy and paste all the hateful twitter posts threatening to harm George and his family? Demand an investigation into the New Black Panthers bounty posters. Send each twitter post in a seperate email.

      • tara says:

        Now that’s what we SHOULD be doing. Sending all of the anti-Zimmerman death threats to that email address. Excellent idea, yankeeintx.

  73. RMNEWT says:

    you all missed it. They’ll get Zimm as soon and Snowden comes back and helps the NSA dredge up the dirt or simply fabricate the evidence from his electronic records.

    Who said we cant trust the government with all that data?

  74. sangell says:

    Doesn’t this come close to be a ‘bill of attainder’ in that the Federal Governments is soliciting testimony for a crime they have no evidence has been committed?

    • lovemygirl says:

      I’m not a lawyer but there is something that is beyond creepy about the solicitation. It sure sounds like a violation of some law.

    • I think it is similar in that a ‘bill of attainder” neutralized an individual’s civil rights so the government could do whatever they wished with the individual targeted.

    • DaneChile says:

      Excellent point but I am no lawyer. I have to wrestle this concept down to a level that I can understand. Let´s see: a third-grade teacher asking the students if young Billy has done anything wrong so that he can be punished?

  75. khunley73 says:

    This is unreal. I guess it’s time to put my spam hat on and get to spamming!

    • Sharon says:

      We really are exhausted by the spamming we have to deal with. We have never supported the efforts of any Treeper to participate in deliberate spamming of other sites and we want nothing to do with such efforts.

    • khunley73 says:

      Sorry Sharon and Tara for y’all taking me seriously. I was only kidding. It was obviously a poor attempt at humor.

  76. yadent says:

    Could this just be puffery on the part of the DOJ/Administration? They have nothing, know they have nothing but need their base to feel that there is ‘hope’? This is simply raw mob rule mentality being fostered by our ‘esteemed’ leaders. I am encouraging as many people as I can reach to begin to ‘starve the beast’. Quit buying crap, cut back on producing, essentially reduce the taxes going in to feed this system.

    • tara says:

      I thought it was puffery when Holder made his comments to the sorority group. But now that he’s held meetings with the very people who caused George to be charged with murder in the first place, I think Holder is dead set on making George pay at any cost. Malicious prosecution to the extreme.

      • FoxyGranny says:

        Sharon I totally agree, that our message should be for the truth. I have no interest in stooping to low levels to fight dirty. It isn’t becoming to GZ and his family, nor the values I choose to embrace.

        • DaneChile says:

          Granny, it doesn´t matter in a fight who was virtuous and “clean”, You fight to win the fight and use whatever means are necessary. I used to think like you – until I got into Special Operations. When the fight ends, the only important question is “Who won?”.

          • kathyca says:

            I’m struggling with this issue in this context. For example, Ben K. was not truthful with his employer, Corey, et al., yet I applaud him for it. I do believe the greater good in this instance is to find a way to thwart this effort by whatever means necessary. We KNOW there is no virtuous motivation, so it’s not like one would be dealing dishonestly on a level playing field. I really can’t help but love the idea that someone could play this whole thing through with the DOJ for the sole purpose of unmasking them. I am conflicted about it, though.

      • We need to contact members of the House Judiciary Committee. They’re already (allegedly) investigating Holder for perjury re: the NSA surveillance. of reporters.

        • “House Judiciary Committee will Investigate Eric Holder”

        • Sharon says:

          They’ve been holding hearings and investigations for at least the last two years on one thing and another in this administration. Dog and pony show. No consequences for anybody. Eric Holder was found in contempt of court over a year ago which would send you or I to prison. Him? Nothing.

          The House Judiciary Committee holding hearings has as much effect on these people as me sweeping the patio does. I’m sick of hearings, and floodlights, and press releases, and press conferences, and politicians of all stripes showing up at talk shows to tell everybody who they told off today and how well they did it. Doesn’t mean a thing.

          Does it?

          Nothing changes. Hearings=Illusion of Oversight. That’s all. It means we’re still “hanging on, and believing”–Don’t stop believing in tomorrow—-they’re counting on that.

          I’m done.

  77. sangell says:

    I think Governor Scott could reassure his re-election if he would send an open letter to the Obama Administration that George Zimmerman is a citizen of Florida, has violated no laws of the State of Florida and will not be surrendered to US authorities period.

    • DaneChile says:

      Amen! But isn´t he the one that enabled this witch-hunt trial? Why give him an ejection seat?

      • Sharon says:

        That was my immediate thought–why would we want to help him reassure his re-election? Apparently he doesn’t think on his feet, doesn’t recognize threats to the Constitution and doesn’t have the couarge to stand up against the enemies of freedom.

    • Liberty Laxatives says:

      No way, He made too much money working with federal Medicare/Medicaid type programs. He is not going to give up that gravy train when he gets out by making somebody mad. No way.

  78. Shannon says:

    I doubt the FBI can be very happy about this tip line being set up by the DOJ. They have to be insulted. There the FBI spent how many thousands of man hours investigating GZ only to find…………nothing. Evidently their investigation and word doesn’t mean a whole lot to our esteemed atty gen. Has Holder just alienated the FBI? You have to wonder.

    • rickmadigan says:

      I don’t know if anyone has asked this, but is it at all possible that they are trying to find ways to funnel some of the anger and rage, to allow them to vent it all out, let it all out, because the government knows how badly they screwed up. And also, it takes heat off the other government mishaps so keep the ball up there and make a safe outlet to nowhere until people are too drained of energy to care anymore.

      Thinking out loud. Trying to make sense of it all …

  79. recoverydotgod says:

    Your article link made it on to memeorandum! Wow.

  80. Moishe Pipik says:

    Ha! My twitter account was just suspended. I can’t think of anything i’ve done other than to reply (with links to articles here and other places) to a few people who were spreading lies about George Zimmerman.

    However, of the ~15 accounts I reported to the FBI who were making specific, actionable threats against George Zimmerman and/or the Jurors, ALL OF THEM are still on twitter and twittering away.

    It just shows the single-mindedness of the African American community. They don’t know how to raise their kids or stay married, but they know how to work the system.

    • tara says:

      I have a twitter account that was suspended because people I replied to (with factual info) blocked me and the twitter programs thought I was a spammer. I sent a request to be activated and it was honored. But I was warned (dun dun dunnnnnnnnnnnn)

    • angel says:

      My twitter account was hacked a a couple of weeks ago but I got email from twitter that it was compromised and to reset my password. I sent out a few tweets prior to the verdict giving my two cents.

  81. lovemygirl says:

    There was an article where the Sherriff had the authority to tell the Feds to get out of town, so to speak. Maybe we need to contact a few Sheriffs?

  82. Rikki says:

    Just a thought – - it isn’t actually illegal not to like blacks. Nothing in the law says we must.

    I don’t suggest that was a problem with Zimmerman, but even if he had said something suggesting he was sick of them , so what? It isn’t illegal not to like a person, a group, a country, or a race.

    It would only count if it could be shown the animus led to what we call an actual crime.

  83. Glen says:

    Two brothers are dead, and immediately the police are downplaying any connection to a “Justice for Trayvon” style execution.

    -The victims were identified as 19-year-old Matthew Bohannon (pictured, right) and 24-year-old Andrew Bohannon.

    -Rumors surrounding the killings prompted JSO to issue this statement Monday: “We have had numerous inquiries, blog comments, and Facebook postings about the relationship between the Normandy shooting and the outcome of the George Zimmerman trial. We are confident to say where we are in the investigation that this is not the case at all.  There is no link at all between these cases.”

    Read the local comments that follow this article:

    Brothers killed in shooting outside Jacksonville restaurant

  84. bullnuke says:

    Are there really going to be that many “tips”? I thought it was a culture thing to not snitch but if it helps to continue the railroading, then snitch away I guess.

  85. Baldy says:

    This is a vendetta against one man. The men who wrote and signed the Constitution banned Bills of Attainder. I know this isn’t quite one, but it comes close to the effect of one.

    • diwataman says:

      No, it is not a vendetta against one man, it is [in]justice for black people. People need to get their focus off George, this isn’t about him, it’s about anyone that’s involved with anyone who is black that isn’t black themselves.

      • Baldy says:

        There is one man who is being persecuted. YES, they have ulterior motives for this, and it isn’t personal, but there is one man who will be destroyed by them. I am not OK with that, even if it isn’t “personal.”

        • diwataman says:

          This is just like the murder case, nothing changes by its outcome, it’s the fact that it exists which matters, George is merely part of that. The ramifications of the State’s case and now the DOJ case do not begin nor stop with George Zimmerman. “freeing” George Zimmerman does not “free” you.

          • St. Benedict's Thistle says:

            Oh gosh I hope people get what you just said.

          • sundance says:

            Well said. True.

          • Baldy says:

            I didn’t say they did. I’m sure it is a comfort to GZ that he is merely a part of “that.” What the heck do you mean by freeing me? Is George “free?” Am I “free” to say what I really think out there, without being hunted down and killed? Could I safely wear a bland t-shirt supporting George Zimmerman? I don’t think so. None of us are free.

            • Stormy says:

              You are free as long as you realize every phone call you make is being recorded, every text you send is being saved, both sides of every letter you send is being photographed, your cable television viewing is being saved, all your internet activity is being noted, your car is constantly being filmed wherever you go, and if you have a smart phone… they own you.
              That doesn’t sound much like freedom, does it?

  86. A jury has found Zimmerman not guilty of anything. How can the DOJ find evidence of a “hate crime” if there was no crime?

    • Fantasia says:


    • I Am Trademark says:

      Why are you trying to bring LOGIC into this???
      Are you crazy?

    • DaneChile says:

      A jury found Z not guilty under any FLORIDA law. The Federal Government and its laws are another matter. Setting up this e-mail accusatory collection e-dress serves two purposes: (1) They will get Z for SOMETHING and (2) It is a distraction from the Fast & Furious, Sandy Hook , Benghazi, IRS, NSA, et al. issues.

    • Stormy says:

      Welcome to the 29th anniversary of the year 1984 .

  87. moe2004 says:

    George has been investigated by the State of Florida and the FBI, the DOJ most likely has a mile high file on him too. If there was something to find they would have by now, nothing but a modern day witch hunt.

  88. saywhat says:

    Question for anyone here:
    Is there a list of businesses, companies, celebrities etc that are outspoken pro-Trayvon-anti-Zimmerman , or involved with the GBI, that we can boycott? There’s got to be a compilation somewhere. Short of beating up a black in the name of Zimmerman I feel helpless. I want to DO something. Trying to make a difference.

    • Spar Harmon says:

      Here is how This old man intends to DO something: Tomorrow I will dress neatly, get on the bus to downtown, and sit on a shady bench in Market Square ( near the City/County Bldg & Federal Bldg) where Downtown folk go for lunch and engage folks in conversation about Stuff that’s going on…. In recent times of polarizing conflict, I have found in myself an ability to get people to think seriously about the opinions they are expressing; I have found it very useful to use techniques I learned in AA for helping practicing Alkies to get serious with themselves….Most people are addicted to their idea sets, after all…
      I can also walk into polarized crowd situations and sometimes find the right threads to pull which unravel the ugly energy.
      To scratch the Itch to do something can be accomplished by engaging with anyone you know around the itchy issue. Gradually other action in your scope will occur to you…

  89. Moishe Pipik says:

    I’m shocked, shocked to see more news of some LGBTQ groups speaking out against Zimmerman.

    Why can’t LGBTQ groups stick to their own issues? Why are they suicidal?

  90. Arkindole says:

    Good read here:

    “…Observe that what the Justice Department has announced is an investigation, not a prosecution. This is the same pedantic distinction Holder drew when he was caught misleading Congress in connection with the surveillance of Fox News correspondent James Rosen. Investigation is cost-free for Holder. The only one who gets harmed is Zimmerman, because he has to live in fear of prosecution, and the continued investigation means a continued spotlight which implies continued harassment by the hard Left. Holder only gets hurt if he actually tries to file charges – he will be humiliated if the grand jury refuses to indict or a jury (or the trial judge) laughs the case out of court.

    As I argued last year when Holder did his Sharpton collaboration, (a) the civil-rights statutes are of dubious constitutionality in terms of federal jurisdiction over intrastate activity by private citizens that involves no federal interest; and (b) even if that were not so, a federal civil-rights case against Zimmerman would be weaker than the state murder case – if it is possible, there is even less evidence that Zimmerman intended to interfere with Martin’s enjoyment of a recognized federal civil right than that Zimmerman possessed the criminal intent required to sustain a murder conviction. So when all is said and done, I believe the Justice Department will not indict Zimmerman, the trial would be too embarrassing for DOJ…”

    • DaneChile says:

      You leapt over my wine-soaked brain but I believe that you are saying this is a “smoke and mirrors” show to convince certain segments of our society that Holder is “doing something” to get Z. Am I correct?

    • St. Benedict's Thistle says:

      It is not what it seems. George is not the target here, though he represents the ultimate target–the rest of us. This is an attack on all citizens of the United States, regardless of color, creed, gender, sexual orientation, and what not. We the People must resist this tyranny. This attack on George is simply a vehicle to quash our rights and to overcome individual freedom.

  91. John Davis says:

    I wonder what would happen if someone sent emails about DOJ should look into New Black Panther Party’s bounty, Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Spike Lee and Roseanne Bar endangering the lives of the Zimmerman’s by publicly giving out their address, etc or is there a better way

  92. recoverydotgod says:

    Is This Still America?
    By THOMAS SOWELL on 7.16.13

    The only real heroes in this trial were the jurors. They showed that this is still America — at least for now — despite politicians who try to cheapen or corrupt the law, as if this were some banana republic. Some are already calling for a federal indictment of George Zimmerman, after he has been acquitted.

  93. Katrisha says:

    I have an aside type question: can court sanctions requested by o’mara against prosecution (some 6 to date) be had under FOIA? Now THAT would be telling folks!

  94. tara says:

    Annnnnnd, it gets even more unbelievable:

    Illinois Democratic Rep. Luis Gutierrez is calling for Judiciary Committee hearings on the shooting death of Florida teen Trayvon Martin.

    In a letter to House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, Gutierrez wrote that the committee must hold hearings on the matter “as soon as possible.”

    • tara says:

      He’s not my Representative but I’m going to write to him anyway. He obviously doesn’t know the facts of the case.

      • Every single person from the left – and I mean every single one – who complains about the Zimmerman verdict is lying about something. Every anti-Zimmerman talking head/host on every show is lying. I quit arguing this case a year ago on a couple of forums because the oppostion kept repeating the same lies we are hearing today.

        I believe this is caused by today’s talk-show format, where the host (when he or she isn’t doing the lying) just sits there while the same people come on time and time again lying like it is their job, which it is in most cases. Thus, the lies never go away. Viewers who hear the same thing repeated over and over think it must be true.

        • St. Benedict's Thistle says:

          And this is why I hold so-called Republican and/or conservative pundits responsible for much of the Narrative. They ALLOW it to go on. Not one of them has the courage or moral fiber to openly oppose the Narrative. They are too attached to their paychecks, fame, cocktail party circuit and hobnobbing. They are as vile and disgusting as the leftists and I despise them for the craven cowards they are.

          • bletchleypark01 says:

            That, but also this: Agencies have “dirt” they’re using to blackmail politicians into silence or compliance?

      • maggiemoowho says:

        +1 These political dingbats actually compared TM to the Sandy Hook children.

      • cairosyrup says:

        I’m sailing on my maiden voyage in commenting on this site. I’ve read many news stories here and been uplifted by the acknowledged power of prayer here. I’m a subject of Gov. Quinn in the Land of Lincoln….our midwest gulag.

        I stayed up with the GZ trial through live streaming on my computer and youtube. and some great sites. Sadly, everyone I know watches cable “know it all” programs. Those programs are the enemy of truth. I haven’t even tried to listen to “urban” programming with itunes.

      • woohoowee says:

        “Enemies Within” Teaser: Grijalva, Gutierrez, Medina, Obama’s Marxist “Amnistas”

        Luis Gutierrez became an Alderman under Chicago’s socialist mayor Harold Washington and belonged for many years to the pro-Cuba Puerto Rican Socialist Party. He has been working to pave the way for illegal immigrant amnesty since the early 1990s. First in Chicago, later nationally.

        And like the President, Gutirrez has long been close to the US’ largest Marxist organization Democratic Socialists of America.

        Below, Gutierrez is listed speaking at a DSA sponsored forum in Chicago in 1998 with DSAers Dolores Huerta, Rep. Danny Davis, Jose LaLuz (later head of Latinos for Obama) and Stan Gacek.

        Like the President (who was an actual member), Gutierrez was close to the Democratic Socialists of America sponsored New Party in Chicago in the mid-1990s.”

      • pdxlady says:

        Gutierrez doesn’t care about the facts of the case. He is one of the most disgusting members of Congress there is, and I know that’s saying something. He is despicable.

    • Fantasia says:

      Charlie Rangel is on Nancy Grace (who is conspicuously absent since the verdict-lol) saying the exact same thing.

      Correct me if I am wrong, even though there is an article lined to yours that 6 children were gunned down in llinois over the weekend, I saw elsewhere the actual tally was 11.

      This is a catch 22 for Illinois, however. They admit to not even bothering to persue the perps in these shootings anymore. They best tread carefully in th court of public opinon on this one.

    • LandauMurphyFan says:

      Luis Gutierrez. Luis…Gutierrez. Doesn’t that sound kinda like, um, a Hispanic name? Nice show of solidarity, pal. Don’t let any actual facts get between you and those AA votes, willya?

    • Stormy says:

      I would PAY to see Trey Gowdy’s response when he hears that !

  95. tara says:



  97. Baldy says:

    Congress needs to stand up to this. At least SAY something, Congressmen.

  98. Page Turner says:

    We should probably all write into the email address multiple times daily with complaints about the racial bias of Eric Holder and the Justice Department under his direction.

  99. Sherrimae says:

    Thank you for publishing the DOJ e-mail address. I just sent them a message telling them that they are the ones that need to be investigated.

  100. LandauMurphyFan says:

    Sundance, perhaps it would be an idea to set up another of those protected threads so that we can discuss, in private, any measures we might be able to take to help and/or hinder?

    Every time I think this gov’t has plumbed the depths of viciousness, they somehow manage to slither even lower.

  101. boutis says:

    DOJ may be pursuing the racial animus angle to give NBC cover in their suit filed by Beasley. Since NBC is the prime Obama mouthpiece in the media it makes perfect sense. There earlier filings indicated that they thought the trial would cover GZ’s racism and cover their libel. It didn’t. This article is very illuminating and Beasley says GZ is “going dark”.

  102. AlphaWookie says:

    Dear DOJ,

    Witch hunts are so 17th century. I, don’t wanna play Eric let’s find a new game Ok!

    Yours Truly,


    • I Am Trademark says:

      Like I said above, if they want a witch hunt, let’s call in and inform them that Zimmerman weighs as much as a duck…
      And I heard he turned someone into a newt, too (but they got better).

      • alphawookie says:

        Truly, I was tryin to unplug for the day. I, don’t even know how George does it. Also, I don’t know how SD does it. I’m teird of George being a scapegoat for anti-gun laws, and turning out the black vote for the mid-term election. Just, don’t use George for it. Please act like an Attorney General and President of the United States of America.

  103. I Am Trademark says:

    I’m wondering how long it will be before he is charged with some kind of terrorist act and sent to be detained indefinitely down in Gitmo…
    No need for any proof of a crime there…

  104. medic347 says:

    I don’t understand how the entire country isn’t enraged by this, even if they don’t believe George Zimmerman is innocent. If they can do this to him, after being acquitted by a jury, they can to do it to absolutely anybody for absolutely anything. This pisses me off. This has also made me more afraid of where of this country is going than anything I’ve seen posted on this site.

  105. I told them exactly what I think and here it is (I sent it earlier via their email addy)
    To Whom It May Concern:

    As an American, I am outraged that you would continue to railroad George Zimmerman in your pursuit of money and power. You’ve used American taxpayer dollars to send people into Sanford in 2012 to stir up race relations and to enforce your agenda of ‘getting George Zimmerman.’

    He’s a meek individual and you are using that fact to go after him. He is a quiet individual and you are also using that fact to go after him.

    I want you all to know that as an American, I am disgusted by your actions.

    Interviews with Black Nationalists that appear on the media talking about a federal civil rights case against George Zimmerman are followed by attacks on the all ‘white’ and one ‘hispanic’ female jurors. The hypocrisy is palpable. You want people to join you in a civil rights case when you can’t even respect women on the jury, who I believe, have civil rights as well and did their duty as American citizens and human beings.

    Your quest for revenge is disgraceful. You are turning this country upside down with race baiting. You should all be ashamed of yourselves


    Let them chew on that for a while.

  106. KPM58 says:

    Could this DOJ investigation just be a ruse by the CRS and the BGI to get attention away from areas they do not want looked at and to get those whose attention is diverted to spend time and energy fighting a battle that costs the CRS and the BGI very little to put on but gives them big PR returns.

  107. partyzant says:

    George Zimmerman is the new Emmanuel Goldstien and you are seeing the 2 minutes hate.
    Dis not think it possible, but the powers that be now officially hate not just whites, but Jews and Hispanics? Have they gone completely MAD?

  108. michelle says:

    Momwas on the first 10 minutes of Piers Morgan tonight. I missed all but the “Thank you for coming, Mark, ” which was preceded by MOM’s usual statement about us never really being able to know why TM decided to respond to the situation with violence.

    Yes, the stuff about TM’s history needs to come out…now.

  109. alphawookie says:

    This may be be a bit of disallusionment, but I think George should just hop a jet to a country we don’t have an extradition treaty with.

  110. wo years later, Holder was among the leaders of the SAAS that were demanding the former ROTC office be renamed the “Malcolm X Lounge” in honor of the early Black Muslim leader who was assassinated in 1965.

    Speaking to the 2009 graduating class at Columbia, America’s top lawman mistakenly remembered it as his “senior year,” and boasted of his participation in the movement during his college days. However, he deceitfully tempered his remarks by calling it a protest to “peacefully occupy
    one of the campus offices.”

    The Justice Department has not responded to a query of what kind of weapon Holder himself was carrying at the time, but his friend, Steve Sims, told a mainstream newspaper it all did happen.

    This may explain why Holder refused to prosecute Black Panther thugs, who were accused of intimidating voters with truncheons at the polls in

  111. AghastInFL says:

    LOL, OMG I was watching Hannity and Leo Terrell just absolutely steamrolled Juan Williams for regurgitating the schemers talking points… it was a joy to watch this man completely upturn every word Juan uttered.
    Did someone turn the lights on somewhere? some people really get it now!!

  112. “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

  113. GZanon says:

    Ironic: Lamar Smith mention on Page 2 DOJ~
    A Review of the Operations of the Voting Section of the Civil Rights Division

    Smith Bill Combats Lawsuit Abuse

    Washington, July 11, 2013

    Congressman Lamar Smith (R-Texas) today introduced legislation to reduce frivolous lawsuits that plague our legal system. The Lawsuit Abuse Reduction Act (H.R. 2655) imposes mandatory sanctions on lawyers who file frivolous lawsuits in federal courts. The bill holds attorneys accountable for lawsuit abuse.

    Congressman Smith: “Lawsuit abuse is common in America because the lawyers who bring these frivolous cases have everything to gain and nothing to lose. Lawyers can file meritless lawsuits, and defendants are faced with the choice of years of litigation, high court costs and attorneys’ fees or a settlement. This is legalized extortion. The Lawsuit Abuse Reduction Act restores accountability to our legal system by imposing mandatory sanctions on attorneys who file worthless lawsuits. LARA encourages attorneys to think twice before filing frivolous lawsuits.”

    Summary of LARA: The Lawsuit Abuse Reduction Act restores accountability to our legal system by penalizing lawyers for filing baseless, meritless and frivolous lawsuits. Specifically, the bill:

    · Ensures that judges impose monetary sanctions against lawyers who file frivolous lawsuits, including the attorney’s fees and costs incurred by the victim of the frivolous lawsuit.

    · Reverses the 1993 amendments to Rule 11 that allow parties and their attorneys to avoid sanctions for making frivolous claims by withdrawing them within 21 days after a motion for sanctions has been served.

    The Lawsuit Abuse Reduction Act is cosponsored by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.), Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah), Rep. Blake Farenthold (R-Texas), Rep. Trent Franks (R-Ariz.), Rep. George Holding (R-N.C.), and Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio).

    A copy of the House bill can be found here.

  114. GZanon says:

    Admin can you check spam/junk/trash for post showing Lawsuit Abuse Reduction Act (H.R. 2655)

  115. Sweetback the Murse says:

    All that the Black government is going to get on Zimmerman is that he erroneously thought he was one of them. Zimmerman cared about Black poverty, Black illiteracy, Black bastardism and actually tried to do something about it by giving his time helping Black children overcome their culture. In fact, I am certain he has done more for Black kids than Trayvon Martins parents. I hope that Zimmerman now realizes that the problems facing Blacks are theirs and created by their cultural practices and beliefs. Given fifty plus years of affirmative action and trillions of dollars transferred to Blacks there is no longer any excuse for the Black underclass other then the BGI, Liberals, and self limiting cultural attitudes of Blacks.

    • doodahdaze says:

      Ahh really don’t know why Obama is doing this. It is pretty stupid. It won’t work. He really can’t turn this over to Holder. He is not a President of all the people. But he still has a lot of GOP politicians toeing the line for some reason.

    • janc1955 says:

      Sweetback: You said it.

  116. alphawookie says:

    At, least George is not the headline on Huffington post any more! I hope this an exercise is blowing off steam for the BGI and DOJ.

  117. howie says:

    What we have here is a failure of white people to realize the civil rights act of 1964 covers them too. Use it or lose it. The BGI has hijacked it.

    • Sweetback the Murse says:

      Not according to Holder. Even hate crimes statutes don’t apply to whites, per Holder.

      • doodahdaze says:

        Right. But you have to realize what they are all about. Fundamental change. I believe them. Actually they have indicted the 50 year failure of the civil rights act. Hey it did not work. Sounded good…..did not work. As usual. It is worse now than it was before the Great Society for all but a few.

  118. caseyanderson2112 says:

    Everyone needs to post that email address to every comment thread you can. Spammers have software that troll for email addresses. The best way to shut this down is flood them with garbage. It worked with the “report criticism of Obama to us” project in 2011/12, it will work here.

    • czarowniczy says:

      “I love you, the check’s in the mail and The Civil Rights Act of 1964 covers caucasians”…Bwahhahahahaha – thanks, that was great, I needed a good laugh after my Holder posts

      • doodahdaze says:

        Actually it does. Hate crimes are multicultural according to the rules. That is the great disconnect. The squeaky hinge gets the oil. The rules dictate it in court. Not in the media. Just because Holder is wrong does not change it. Once in a court the rules will prevail just as they did in the trial. Holder and Corey are cut from the same cloth. This is an instant replay of the intervention.

        • czarowniczy says:

          Laws are just words, inanimate things written in books. Andrew Johnson knew that and when the US Supreme Court ruled against him he ignored them and, paraphrasing him, said that they made their ruling, now let them enforce it. I can’t remember when the last time I saw a member of a minority group charged, never mind prosecuted (and I won’t go into ‘successfully prosecuted’) for a civil rights violation or hate crime against a white person. I dwell on Katrina but it was a real eye opener. We had numerous civil rights, if not Constitutional, violations against white citizens in the first few weeks post-Katrina yet the ONLY civil rights violations that were prosecuted were launched against police who’d shot blacks on the Danziger bridge and on the city’s West Bank, These cases were filed against black and white police, all of whom who’d been acquitted by one or two state trials. Case around here two weeks ago of a black mugger yelling racial insults as he beat the white guy senseless (he was stealing the white guy’s phone and the white guy resisted – damn stand your ground type) wasn’t prosecuted as a hate crime even though many in the community wanted it to be. Trix are for kids, silly rabbit.

        • czarowniczy says:

          Laws are just words, inanimate things written in books. Andrew Johnson knew that and when the US Supreme Court ruled against him he ignored them and, paraphrasing him, said that they made their ruling, now let them enforce it. I can’t remember when the last time I saw a member of a minority group charged, never mind prosecuted (and I won’t go into ‘successfully prosecuted’) for a civil rights violation or hate crime against a white person. I dwell on Katrina but it was a real eye opener. We had numerous civil rights, if not Constitutional, violations against white citizens in the first few weeks post-Katrina yet the ONLY civil rights violations that were prosecuted by the Feds were launched against police who’d shot blacks on the Danziger bridge and on the city’s West Bank, These cases were filed against black and white police, all of whom who’d been acquitted by one or two state trials. Case around here two weeks ago of a black mugger yelling racial insults as he beat a white guy senseless (he was stealing the white guy’s phone and the white guy resisted – damn stand your ground type) wasn’t prosecuted as a hate crime even though many in the community wanted it to be. Trix are for kids, silly rabbit.

        • czarowniczy says:

          Laws are just words, inanimate things written in books. Andrew Johnson knew that and when the US Supreme Court ruled against him he ignored them and, paraphrasing him, said that they made their ruling, now let them enforce it. I can’t remember when the last time I saw a member of a minority group charged, never mind prosecuted (and I won’t go into ‘successfully prosecuted’) for a civil rights violation or hate crime against a white person. I dwell on Katrina but it was a real eye opener. We had numerous civil rights, if not Constitutional, violations against white citizens in the first few weeks post-Katrina yet the ONLY civil rights violations that were prosecuted were launched against police who’d shot blacks on the Danziger bridge and on the city’s West Bank, These cases were filed against black and white police, all of whom who’d been acquitted by one or two state trials. Case around here two weeks ago of a black mugger yelling racial insults as he beat the white guy senseless (he was stealing the white guy’s phone and the white guy resisted – damn stand your ground type – wasn’t prosecuted as a hate crime even though many in the community wanted it to be. Trix are for kids, silly rabbit.

  119. czarowniczy says:

    A prime example of how incompetent our Federal civil service has become since skills-based hiring was done away with – now even the Federal lawyers need the public’s help in building a lie.

  120. Sweetback the Murse says:

    Regarding Liberals versus Conservatives. Many Conservatives believe in God and are Christians. Most Liberals don’t and aren’t. I never understood how one could believe the Liberalism that Conservatives lack compassion when most Conservatives live and dwell within the compassion of Christ. One of the pillars of Christianity is compassion. The Zimmermans have been mugged by this reality. I pray that they now see Liberal ideology for what it is: the rule of the mob.

  121. alphawookie says:

    OT — Tom Joyner (a national radio host on black radio) Has offered to pay for tutors to get RJ through high school and to pay her college tuition.

    • Good luck keeping her sober long enough to study. She was complaining about having to be clean/sober for the trial. Joyner will have to pay someone to take tests and write papers for her when she’s wasted.

  122. May5 says:

    Oh MarkO Mara!!! he called the prosecution COWARDS!!!

  123. Sweetback the Murse says:

    NEW YORK (Reuters) – A former employee of Florida State Attorney Angela Corey’s office plans to file a whistleblower lawsuit against George Zimmerman’s prosecutors, his attorney told Reuters on Tuesday.

    The action will put pressure on Corey, who already faces criticism from some legal experts for the unsuccessful prosecution of the case, which led to the acquittal of Zimmerman for shooting unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin. Zimmerman’s defense has also called for sanctions against her and her prosecution team.

    Ben Kruidbos, Corey’s former director of information technology, was fired after testifying at a pre-trial hearing on June 6 that prosecutors failed to turn over potentially embarrassing evidence extracted from Martin’s cell phone to the defense, as required by evidence-sharing laws.

    “We will be filing a whistleblower action in (Florida’s Fourth Judicial District) Circuit Court,” said Kruidbos’ attorney Wesley White, himself a former prosecutor who was hired by Corey but resigned in December because he disagreed with her prosecutorial priorities. He said the suit will be filed within the next 30 days.

    Corey and lead prosecutor Bernie de la Rionda declined to comment. A spokeswoman for Corey referred Reuters to Kruidbos’ termination letter, previously made public, in which Corey’s office accused him of hacking confidential information from state computers.

    The six-page letter, dated July 11, charges Kruidbos with “deliberate, willful and unscrupulous actions” that make him untrustworthy and calls his questioning of de la Rionda’s actions regarding the cell phone evidence “a shallow, but obvious, attempt to cloak yourself in the protection of the whistleblower law.”


    Zimmerman was acquitted on Saturday following a five-week trial that riveted America and relaunched debates on race and guns. The verdict sparked demonstrations in some cities by those angered by the decision.

    On Monday, Corey told Reuters, “Our office adhered to the highest standards of ethical behavior.”

    Trial law requires prosecutors to share evidence with defense attorneys, especially if it helps exonerate defendants. The requirement is known as the Brady disclosure.

    Kruidbos testified last month in a pre-trial hearing that he found photos on Martin’s phone that included pictures of a pile of jewelry on a bed, underage nude females, marijuana plants and a hand holding a semi-automatic pistol.

    The Martin family lawyer, Benjamin Crump, did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

    Kruidbos had emailed de la Rionda in late January and attached a report containing the text messages and images he had retrieved from Martin’s cell phone, his lawyer said.

    Zimmerman’s chief defense attorney Mark O’Mara has said he didn’t receive the material until June, shortly before the murder trial began.

    Judge Debra Nelson ruled that pictures and texts from Martin’s cell phone were inadmissible, after prosecutors argued that it couldn’t be proven Martin actually took the pictures and wrote the texts on his phone.

    The judge has yet to rule on whether the prosecution committed any Brady violations by not handing over evidence, as alleged by Zimmerman’s defense team.

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    • jello333 says:

      This is very, very good. I still hope MOM and West will be the ones to expose all this (I mean going mainstream with it). But if not, looks like Kruidbos and White will shortly get it all out there. Yay!

  124. “Private Attorney General Issues Citizens Arrest for Eric Holder”

    Mitchell asserts that probable cause exists to arrest Eric H. Holder, Jr. on several charges including:

    1) failure to execute a valid Office of Pesonnel Management (OPM) Standard Form 61 APPOINTMENTS AFFADAIVIT.

    2) That Holder has engaged in a pattern of racketeering activities in repeated violaions of 18 U.S.C. 1962(d) and

    3) that Holder continued to aid and abet in the existence of similar missing and/or defective credentials required by Law of numerous employees of the United States, including but not limited to past and present personnel claiming to occupy the offices of U.S. Attorney, Assistant U.S. Attorney, U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, U.S. District Judge, U.S. Magistrate Judge, Federal Clerk of Court and Deputy Clerk of Court, in multiple violations of United States criminal statutes including but not limited to 18 U.S.C. 2, 3, 4, 912, 1001, 1510, 1512, 1513, 1951, 1958

  125. bullnuke says:

    I’d like to think that writing Scott or Bondi would get a reply. I’ve written them both using my FLA address and haven’t received anything except the gratuitous thanks for contacting the office of the governor. Bondi? Nothing. Emailing the DOJ would be a total waste of time but perhaps a feel good thing to do for some. I don’t want them having my email address.

    • Stormy says:

      I imagine they have everything already down to your footprints on your hospital birthrecord, and whether you have an innie or outie belly button …

  126. alphawookie says:

    OT — Zimmerman Jurors will be on Greta’s show in about one or two min.

  127. alphawookie says:

    OT — Robert Zimmerman jr. will be on Hannity 7/17/13.

  128. nameofthepen says:

    I bet Charlie “Helter Skelter” Manson is sitting up in his cell saying, “I told you so.”

  129. ftsk420 says:

    So do we know who Judge Nelson is investigating.

  130. Cupcakes says:

    LOL! Greta totally going off on Parks!!!

  131. Jeff B. says:

    Juror B37 should not have spoken…. As soon as i listened to her speak and started listening to her words I knew she was going to cause a bunch of whole new problems… every time she opened her mouth she was sticking her foot in her mouth… and then it gets announced that she has a book deal… this woman is an idiot for speaking so soon…

    • gulfbreeze says:

      She has withdrawn from any book deal as of this morning.

    • angel says:

      J”uror B37 should not have spoken…. As soon as i listened to her speak and started listening to her words I knew she was going to cause a bunch of whole new problems… every time she opened her mouth she was sticking her foot in her mouth… and then it gets announced that she has a book deal… this woman is an idiot for speaking so soon…”

      Her timing was not the best considering the climate. . Now had the verdict been guilty, she would have been right on time to those who were in support of a guilty verdict. She would have been a hero who got Justice for Trayvon. Now she is tied with GZ for public enemy #1.

  132. Petition for the removal of ri

  133. Mist'ears Mom says:

    Petition for the removal of Eric Holder at has over 1mil signatures.

  134. Jeff B. says:

    Juror B37 is an idiot for speaking out so soon and it seemed that she put her foot in her mouth several times…. then it gets revealed that she had a book deal! I was losing my mind… B37 only incited more anger by her speaking out so soon… Im glad her book deal got squashed….

    • Stormy says:

      I think the mob would have clamored if they had not heard from a juror, if she had not spoken up. I appreciated what she had to say.

  135. Jack says:

    Funny and sad tweet

    Of all the young black shooting victims in this country, you can name 1. Because you’ve been trained like a circus seal to bark on command.

    • pspinach says:

      Yup. Liberals are the trained seals. Obama and Holder knowing this, continue to handle the low information voters knowing full well they are lying through their teeth. The juror explained clearly why they absolved Z of guilt because she specifically said the credible witnesses were superb and that Z clearly had a heart of gold. Even Jeantell admits on national TV that Trayvon profiled Z as a gay, and information is coming forth that blacks are highly homophobic. God works in mysterious ways, and the Zimmerman case is going to be the downfall of Obama and Holder, and the liberal dialog.

  136. GZanon says:

    …which is saying something in a state as scandalous and corrupt as South Carolina
    Yet nobody is doing anything about it
    When we last addressed the robbery, we were calling on U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder…
    read copy protected source Fitsnew!!

    This is about and ongoing:
    …During a hearing Monday Richland County Election Board Chair, Liz Crum, said the county has a total of 970 machines and that 45 were not working on Election Day. That would mean up to 298 machines that could have been available sat unused in a warehouse.

    When questioned about the lack of machines at precincts on Election night, board director

    Lillian McBride

    told WIS the county had enough machines to service voters.

    pass mO’ammO

  137. uselessdebate says:

    Someone above posted about flooding the email address with false leads on Zimmerman, but actually made up stuff about Zimmerman that wasn’t true. What about writing emails about having specific information that would be helpful to the DOJ with a few vague examples – but then when and if you receive a response, point to the ways in which Zimmerman’s rights have been violated?

    • uselessdebate says:

      Something like this:

      I’m putting myself in some degree of danger by trying to get this to you, but I believe I have enough serious evidence that could be used to build a case (pictures, some electronic correspondence, and, most importantly, some audio).

      If we could please set up a call I can outline everything and work on getting it to you in one package.

      Thank you,

  138. lorac says:

    Just when I thought things would look up for George and his family. Nope isn’t going to happen when we have the real racists rioting, the racist man in our White House and a racist attorney general. Our country is going to shit in a hand basket due to these people. It is time for us to take our country back!!! God Bless the USA cause the Lord knows we need it to get through this.

    • tara says:

      I don’t know if we can take the country back, but maybe we can take a state. Where’s a nice place? I don’t like hot weather. How about Nebraska, everyone?

  139. doodahdaze says:

    It seems the Courts and Bar in Floriduh are just going to the the citizens sort this out. It will be fixed or continued in the election process. Same with the whole country. Wonder how all the laboratory rats in the social engineering lab like the maze?

  140. ctdar says:

    Israel had it right in dealing with Irans nuclear building…nice & neat ;)

  141. Lynnie says:

    I haven’t read all the posts, but I have a feeling that we haven’t heard the last from O’Mara and West. They are laying low and letting this all sink in. Don’t be surprised if you see another attorney pop up in defense of George. And it’s gonna be a doozie!! They are playing the chess board perfectly, and their next move is going to be extraordinary. Don’t let us down!

    • ctdar says:

      Maybe laying low re DOJ but have been on at least 4 talk shows together since yesterday…laying out the Prosecutors & Parks/Crump. West also gave a bit to Nelson as well :)

  142. pspinach says:

    This is for Jello333 and anyone who has the bravery to walkst among friends, family and acquaintances who are flaming liberals.

    Have you mentioned there are many liberals like Talk Left who feel as you do. Even your closest friends need to clean their windows from time to time, and if they haven’t they will live in a murky, media directed fog telling them what to think and what to say. The dirt comes from television and educational agendas. TV we knew was a bad influence on minds. Viewers are passive and subjected to brainwashing and emo by the select few who get into the media system. It’s no longer the case because of new media, but the ship is large to turn around on a dime.

    People have to learn to let go of old ways of thinking which do not serve them any more nor truth. It’s become so, that half of the country, more influenced by media and Hollywood than any other country, have become puppets of propaganda through television news and the entertainment personalities. I would venture to say they’ve become unglued to reality, something professionals called schizophrenia which drives them crazy and wild. Pray they find their way out of the morass. They are lucky they have you to steady the boat in your unique way not determined by party affiliation. I find the Nancy Grace personalities have no humor and eyes glazed over from fake anger. She quite literally looks schizo on TV. They all do.

    Meanwhile at the Treehouse, the ongoing wit reassures me that people here are flabbergasted by what is going on, and yet have the funniest observations to make the times seem more tolerable.

    • GZanon says:

      Here’s one from way back, tucked in Apendix E of the Doc Sundance wanted MoM to read:
      in regard to:
      Justice Department Only Selectively Complies with Freedom of Information Act (PJM Exclusive)
      wait for it…. wait.. NOW

      – Congressman Frank Wolf. Five month wait. Wolf now chairs the Appropriations Subcommittee in charge of the DOJ budget. Oops.

    • dizzymissl says:

      jello is a liberal.

      • pspinach says:

        Yes, i know :), but not a “flaming” liberal like Nancy Grace who flames at the slightest non-provocation, which tells you she’s a fake person and fake hearted. There are those who fake it and those who just accept what these fakes tell them. They have no sense of humor.

        • jello333 says:

          ;) I don’t think I know what a liberal IS, any longer. Because I NEVER considered Slimy Nancy Grace to be a liberal. I don’t consider her a conservative either, though. Someone like that is just hard to put a label on. Actually, this whole label thing is confusing me to no end (despite the fact that I’m in my 50s, and have followed politics closely since the ’70s). I used to call Bush a “rightwinger”. And since about 6 months into his first term, I’ve been comparing Obama to Bush. But the label I hear most people use for Obama is “liberal” or some variation. :shock: And I used to think liberals were the most likely to fight for the underdog, and demand equal justice… which would mean they would be the ones most supporting George. But in this instance, it’s conservatives who are much more likely to support him. And no, for the vast majority, that does NOT seem to be based on “racism” or “gun rights” or whatever. It just seems to be a sense of right and wrong. My lib friends are mostly on the wrong side… my conservative friends are mostly on the right side. Hmm… I am THOROUGHLY confused. :)

          • jello333 says:

            Yay! Back in Spam Jail… and all my friends are here! How ya doin’ guys?!

          • 8-O Closet conservative?

          • judylwhelan says:

            You don’t sound confused to me….sounds like you know who you are and allow others to be who they are and you are not the least worried about “fitting in” unless you just do! I spoke this morning w/a friend (he’s black, Morman, and voted for Obama) and he is gradually step by step moving in other circles to speak the truth as he sees more clearly. When people are empowered to believe they can live responsible lives without government checks as their livliehood, the revenue stream for BGI will dry up and then government assistance will be less needed so we can begin to see a path to paying off China…:)

          • HearNoEvil says:

            Maybe it is not you who is confused, just the rest of the country……

    • jello333 says:

      Thanks PSpinach, very nice. Maybe the next comment I make to any of them will just consist of two links: The Conservative Treehouse and Talk Left. Watch their heads start to spin around. ;)

    • likebooks says:

      Liberals have been given over to a delusion. Reference the Bible.

      • pspinach says:

        Delusions are a good excuse to flame at innocent by-standers, and Obama fans the flames every crisis he gets. He’ll regret it. He uses low info voters like Jeantell who don’t or can’t read anything except text lingo. He lies to them on purpose.

        Zimmerman lies to blacks every chance he gets Oops, That is Obama #ZimmermanTipLine

  143. Liberty Laxatives says:

    I recently posted here that I doubted I would much like George if I met him. That I supported him and despise what the FEDS havee done, but that is all.

    Man, was I ignorant. The more I learn, the more I admire and respect the young man. Go George. You seem like a very, very decent guy.

    • I’ve seen “I am George Zimmerman”, but have very recently realized that I am not. I could not have stood up to the personal scrutiny that he has undergone. I doubt most people could have. AFAIK, they could not find anyone with a cross word to say about him. THAT is something.

      • Shelby says:

        That is why I get this large knot in my throat each time I see a replay of MOM’s calling out of the press following the verdict. Starting with his answer of “Of course” when some dippy reporter asked if George ever cried, all the way to the end of his comments– I am getting verklemped just thinking about it. ::sniff::

      • John Galt says:

        “I could not have stood up to the personal scrutiny that he has undergone. I doubt most people could have. AFAIK, they could not find anyone with a cross word to say about him.”

        Good point. SPD, FDLE, FBI and they come up with one nutty cousin.

        • jello333 says:

          But at least that girl alerted the world to that fact that Gladys is a racist. Remember, when the cousin asked her why she didn’t like Obama, Mrs Z was like, “Because he is black, and I am a racist.” :shock:

          (Any newbies or passersby who haven’t heard this, this is of course sarcasm… even though the cousin really DID say that!)

    • pspinach says:

      I don’t know about that. I hear on ZimmerTipLine that he drives 30 in a school zone.

    • justfactsplz says:

      Trust me, he IS a very decent guy. To meet him is to like him. He is very personable and friendly.

  144. Mack says:

    One sentance to sum up the Zimmerman case, The NAACP, Scheme Team, Eric Hodler and the entire democratic party:

    “When the debate is lost, slander becomes the tool of the loser.” – Socrates

  145. Samuel II says:

    Quote from a Psychology Professor I once had; “People are not who you think they are. People are not who they think they are. People are what they do. That is why this is called the behavioral science”. Forget the labels. They are all misleading. Pay attention to the behavior. Describe these people according to their behavior and all the racist politics dissolve into the nothingness from which they came. The word “racist” was invented by democrats to buy votes.

  146. Jeff B. says:

    Hannity had a great panel discussion tonight with almost every smart analyst, judge, talking head, etc…. A lot of good comments and discussion took place…. Then Anderson Cooper Fucked everything up tonight by having a panel of idiots and racists ie.. Hostin, Geragolos, Tooben, Crump, etc…. They still keep on with false narrative that Zimmerman got of his car and “stalked” Trayvon Martin, instigated a fight and then we he started to lose the fight he shot him…. Anderson Cooper does nothing to correct this false narrative… Cooper is really annoying with his stupid “I am an idiot mentality and acting like a wide eyed child”…

    • pspinach says:

      Z had a RIGHT to get out of his car and “stalk” trouble maker and unknown visitor Trayvon because he entered through the forbidden area into private property (yes, a gated community is private to the residents) and Z was explicitly given rights warned on a huge sign at the entrance gates to follow and watch strangers, especially if they are unknown, not residents and resemble earlier trespassers. Trayvon should have been warned by Brandi and his father that he behave himself when in a private area with neighborhood WATCH WARNING. Calling Z a gay racist slur is not good behavior. Z was worried about the presence of this stranger. Trayvon was bored and looking for trouble, even circling Z’s car and gesturing with his slim jim or threatening gesture inside his hoodie.

      It’s like walking into a fine arts museum and complaining that you’re being stalked because it’s dark inside but you’re loitering around checking behind the paintings or how they’re attached to the wall when you should be going home because you can’t appreciate the paintings in the dark. This is not stalking, this is valid surveillance. Likewise, George had a perfect right to survey the area and make sure a suspicious unknown presence is not aiming to break into a home like the last time a woman and her child were terrorized.

  147. asus3000 says:

    Trayvon Martin is known to have used racist slurs on a constant basis, and used several against Zimmerman, yet the DOJ, instead of recognizing the facts hanging right in front of their faces that Trayvon was the racist who provoked the whole incident is trying to find any evidence that Zimmerman was a racist. What a bunch of douche bags.

  148. nwtex says:

    I just cannot believe all this! Everyday it is more garbage from this crew!

    None of this carp would be going on if Regan was President. Just look at how far our Country has slid down the slippery slope into the mire since he’s been gone.

    Then there is that Rand chick (Jasmine) who showed “their” true colors when she says she has a greater duty beyond being an attorney—- that she is a social engineer. To which O’Mara said she should give up her JD and go to engineering school.

    Very unsettling stuff going on with my Country that I love so much and so many have sacrificed, died and been maimed for. Have mercy.

    • justfactsplz says:

      If my people will turn from their wicked ways and call upon my name I will heal their land. America needs to put God back in America. He was the foundation for America. I pray God will have mercy on our country and bless it once again.

      • nwtex says:

        Yes, but we have to act, it is up to “us”….. prayer requires action.
        Sometimes we hide inactivity behind prayer, hoping things will change without doing anything to facilitate the change. Like asking God to heal a marriage then just sit on the couch all day and vegetate.

        Unfortunately……the way I see it, we ALL stood by in silence when darkness kicked God out of schools, the public square and on and on. And this is what filled the vacuum that was left. We allowed it. We are too dang passive, meek and mild or pre occupied with ourselves….our little lives. So, unfortunately, I am not encouraged. They are steamrolling us and we just roll over. It just may be the time for these forces to succeed with their agenda.

        Sorry for the negative attitude but I just don’t see things changing “they” are tooooo powerful, popular, determined and see no opposition to prevent the agenda from coming to fruition.
        The “prince of the power of the air” is in full swing.

  149. Don’t feed the frenzy of the NAACP. Next year at this time, we will still be talking about the criminal Obama. Maybe he’ll be impeached… that’s what we MUST work for.

  150. charlotte says:

    This on the page of Black republicans:

    “I smell a rat here!!!! The outcome of the George Zimmerman murder case is being taken for huge mileage politically. Atty General Eric Holder came out swiftly to say how the DOJ is concerned with this and is going to do further investigation into the case when he wasn’t concerned enough to clear up what happened in Benghazi, When he wasn’t concerned about Fast and Furious and a dead border control agent, About the IRS investigating and scrutinizing conservative opposition groups trying to organize for the last Presidential election. First things first!!! Let the Martins get paid again before you involve the federal government.

    Zimmerman is going to make a lot of money from this. Let Zimmerman make the money and then let the Martins sue Zimmerman for the wrongful death of Trayvon Martin. That is how to fight this smart. We are too much of a minority to think that we can fight our way pout of this violently. I condemn the acts of attacking white people or Hispanics in the name of Trayvon Martin. Two wrongs don’t make it right!!!!! Protest with letters and your voice. Don’t Boycott all of Florida for something that happened in a small part of Florida. This is a ridiculous notion and a stupid way to fight for our civil rights. It may have worked in the past but it won’t work for you being the least minority in the country. Let’s start cleaning up our own neighborhoods and raising our own kids to be responsible people. We have 1 Trillion dollars that run through our hands a year. If we spend a little smarter we can change our own world people!!!!!!!!! Once again these people were not racist Republicans. Wake Up!!!!!!!!!”

    So if GZ wins a settlement the Martin family are going to sue him for all of it. We’d better come up with a solution to negate this. Otherwise GZ and his family will live in poverty for the rest of their lives. Maybe us the $$$ if he wins to pay MOM and MOM gives the rest of the $$$ to Shellie/ Z family AFTER her “perjury “hearing,.

    • BabyBoomer says:

      I suggest we keep our donations strictly to Mama and Papa Zimmerman. MOM can’t touch it. Lawsuits can’t touch it. And mama and papa will do right with the funds. I would appreciate someone posting the link to them for those of us who wish to help financially.

      • tara says:

        That’s a REALLY good point about lawsuits! Give the money to the parents, we know they’ll take care of George and Shellie. Thanks, BabyBoomer!

  151. ctdar says:

    If more people would just educate themselves like this writer about this trial before opening their mouths…it would be a different world.

    • misterdeedeebooboo says:

      “…I did some further reading. It turned out I had been wrong about many things.”

      1 down, 50 million to go…

    • misterdeedeebooboo says:

      The Twitter war between the 2 writers is pretty interesting.

      Scocca thinks that Saletan’s failure to incorporate 400 years of history into his view of this incident is a disqualifying omission. I think Scocca’s instance on doing so makes his opinion completely worthless.

      And Scocca appears to believe that Zimmerman was racist based on nothing other than the fact that Martin was black, while Martin’s use of the term ‘cracker’ was “harmless”.

      At some point I stop wanting to or caring about trying to understand the way these people “think” and am just thankful that I’m not like them… (and for the learning impaired, ‘these people’ is not a racial reference)

  152. charlotte says:

    Its now gotten very very ugly: Dozens of TM supporters call for beheading of GZ. Maybe GZ should leave the USA. ? For Puerto Rico?

  153. It is obvious that when Jasmine took Florida’s bar exam there were either no questions on self defense or she missed them all. As for her ability to reason and debate, I’ve seen better on the Jerry Springer Show.

  154. “In addition to Arnwine’s group, Sherrilyn Ifill, President and Director-Counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund … participated, Arnwine said.

    During the call, DOJ officials announced they had set up a way for people to send email tips that could help aid in their investigation. The email address will be operational later this week.”

    Sherrilyn Ifill is the cousin of Gwen Ifill, a host on PBS and moderator of a couple VP debates.

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  156. John Rondeau says:

    Here’s a tip Holder, go investicate Fast and Furious, or Benghazi, or the IRS. Bring in Hillary for questioning.Go and prosecute the Black Panther guy for voter intimidation.That aught to keep you busy for awhile.

  157. Sir Toby Belch says:

    I’m sorry if this is the way we are to play “the Game”…. I would like to say that I’m very disappointed in the performance of our legally elected President…. I would like for the DOJ Officials to set up a way for the people to email tips to help aid in the impeachment of Mr Obama as related to his hate crimes against Spanish speaking people, tax payers, non union members, Christians, small business owners, gun owners, conservatives, supporters of the US Constitution and those who lay down their lives on the line for us each and every day in protection of this GREAT NATION OF OURS !!!!!!

  158. partyzant says:

    This situation is rapidly spiralling out of control of even the most seasoned spin doctors and political operatives.
    Let us check the assumptions:
    -Based upon the media torrent of filth, it is now to be assumed that if you are guilty of living while white, you can be killed at the whim of the mob without worry that the assailant will be named/described.
    -Not being white is no defense if you are DEEMED white through association, action or belief.
    -there are those whites (actual or socially derived) who would see your blood in the streets or encourage your beheading, all hoping to spare themselves.
    My layman’s IANAL points are:
    -Get your legal affairs in order (Powers of Attorney, Wills, Trusts, burial wishes) NOW. You may not HAVE tomorrow to do so. If you leave it to the state by shuffling off this mortal coil intestate (without a will), the state will belly up to your remains (financial and otherwise) and gorge itself. That will only further fund the beast of oppression, the modern day Cthulu we now collectively face.
    -Make sure that the witnesses to your Last Will & Testament are significantly younger than you. Experience has shown that it is possible that you may outlive them, then leave a legal hellstorm for your family (should they survive the coming holocaust) to sort out.
    -If your life is cluttered, get to the task of uncluttering. Shred old documents with your own crosscut shredder, stir the mess before bagging it in the trash. Really critical stuff that you no longer need (stuff with lots of personally identifiable information) may need to be creatively destroyed to prevent reconstruction.
    -Remember, you cannot take it with you, so make use of it in this world. Get healthy, buy that self defense tool (or several), and get a lot of practice with it.
    -ORGANIZE. Read the A.E. Einstein Institution book (find online) titled ” From Dictatorship to Democracy”. Author is Gene Sharp. Find it. READ it. Cogitate, read it AGAIN.
    What do we want????
    When do we want it???

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