Update #22 – Trayvon Martin Shooting – Hold Them All Accountable

Sybrina ‘MsCandy’ Fulton  aka TrayMom™

Zimmerman Family

The media positioning in the Trayvon™ Martin v. George Zimmerman case is in full skulk-like retreat mode.   They are quietly trying to distance themselves from the original narrative they sold to the consuming public.

Readers, and those who have followed this story, have an important decision to make.  Are you willing to allow the media to backtrack without any consequential accountability for the damage they have caused?

It is an interesting exercise to look back at the original framing to see how the construct of a false narrative was intentionally injected into the media stream.   As this entire narrative played out we have kept a close eye on the key strategists responsible for the false storyline and it is worthwhile to revisit and reconsider, knowing now what you did not know then.    Two examples of initially toxic and dangerous media framing come immediately to mind.

Ryan Julison (pictured below with Matt Lauer), of Orlando based Julison Communications, was contacted and hired by Trayvon™ family Natalie Jackson on March 5th and joined the team of Daryl Parks, Benjamin Crump and Natalie Jackson.

The first successful media pitch was a Reuters story sold by Media Communications expert Julison on behalf of the Travon™ family and representatives, and injected into the newswire on March 7th.   Julison bragged about the success of the story on his company Facebook page on March 10th.   He has since scrubbed the references, we assume out of litigation fear, but not before we were able to capture the public images of his boasting.  Lets take a look at the framing of that first pitch (emphasis mine).

Top News
Family of Florida boy killed by Neighborhood Watch seeks arrest
Wed, Mar 07 23:45 PM EST
By Barbara Liston

ORLANDO, Florida (Reuters) – The family of a 17-year-old African-American boy shot to death last month in his gated Florida community by a white Neighborhood Watch captain wants to see the captain arrested, the family’s lawyer said on Wednesday.

Trayvon Martin was shot dead after he took a break from watching NBA All-Star game television coverage to walk 10 minutes to a convenience store to buy snacks including Skittles candy requested by his 13-year-old brother, Chad, the family’s lawyer Ben Crump said.

“He was a good kid,” Crump said in an interview, adding that the family would issue a call for the Watch captain’s arrest at a news conference on Thursday. “On his way home, a Neighborhood Watch loose cannon-shot and killed him.”

Trayvon, who lived in Miami with his mother, had been visiting his father and stepmother in a gated townhome community called The Retreat at Twin Lakes in Sanford, 20 miles north of Orlando.

As Trayvon returned to the townhome, Sanford police received a 911 call reporting a suspicious person.

Although names are blacked out on the police report, Crump and media reports at the time of the shooting identified the caller as George Zimmerman who is listed in the community’s newsletter as the Neighborhood Watch captain.

Without waiting for police to arrive, Crump said, Zimmerman confronted Trayvon, who was on the sidewalk near his home. By the time police got there, Trayvon was dead of a single gunshot to the chest.

“What do the police find in his pocket? Skittles,” Crump said. “A can of Arizona ice tea in his jacket pocket and Skittles in his front pocket for his brother Chad.”

Zimmerman could not be reached for comment on Wednesday evening at a phone number listed for him on the community’s newsletter.

Crump said the family was concerned that police might decide to consider the shooting as self defense, and that police have ignored the family’s request for a copy of the original 911 call, which they think will shed light on the incidents.

“If the 911 protocol across the country held to form here, they told him not to get involved. He disobeyed that order,” said Ryan Julison, a spokesman for the family.

“He (Zimmerman) didn’t have to get out of his car,” said Crump, who has prepared a public records lawsuit to file on Thursday if the family doesn’t get the 911 tape. “If he never gets out of his car, there is no reason for self-defense. Trayvon only has skittles. He has the gun.”

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

“Why is this kid suspicious in the first place? I think a stereotype must have been placed on the kid,” Crump said. (article)

Natalie Jackson, Benjamin Crump, Daryl Parks

Knowing now what you did not know then, how many false statements do you see from that first media pitch.?     The level of manipulation is quite remarkable in retrospect.

The racist narrative continued unchallenged, and uncorrected,  for over a week.  The initial reports of who, what and were outlined within the Julison/Crump story to Reuters  also contradict themselves from where they positioned the events in later statements.

After a week had passed the following narrative was created by Julison using ABC’s Matt Gutman and is outlined in another of his mysteriously intentionally deleted company Facebook posts.   Lets take a look at this article:

Orlando Watch Shooting Probe Reveals Questionable Police Conduct – By  (@mattgutmanABC)  and  (@senijr_abc)  ORLANDO, Fla., March 13, 2012

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

Sanford Police Chief Billy Lee said there is no evidence to dispute self-appointed neighborhood watch captain George Zimmerman’s assertion that he shot 17-year-old Trayvon Martin out of self-defense.

“Until we can establish probable cause to dispute that, we don’t have the grounds to arrest him,” Lee said.

Martin had been staying at his father’s girlfriend’s house during the night of the NBA All-Star game Feb. 26.

The teenager went out to get some Skittles and a can of ice tea. On his way back into the gated suburban Orlando community, Martin, wearing a hood, was spotted by Zimmerman, 28.

According to law enforcement sources who heard Zimmerman’s call to a non-emergency police number, he told a dispatcher “these a..holes always get away.”

Zimmerman described Martin as suspicious because he was wearing a hooded sweatshirt and walking slowly in the rain, police later told residents at a town hall.

A dispatcher told him to wait for a police cruiser, and not leave his vehicle.

But about a minute later, Zimmerman left his car wearing a red sweatshirt and pursued Martin on foot between two rows of townhouses, about 70 yards from where the teen was going.

Lee said Zimmerman’s pursuit of Martin did not of itself constitute a crime. Witnesses told ABC News a fist fight broke out and at one point Zimmerman, who outweighed Martin by more than 100 pounds, was on the ground and that Martin was on top.

Austin Brown, 13, was walking his dog during the time of the altercation and saw both men on the ground but separated.

Brown along with several other residents heard someone cry for help, just before hearing a gunshot. Police arrived 60 seconds later and the teen was quickly pronounced dead.

According to the police report, Zimmerman, who was armed with a handgun, was found bleeding from the nose and the back of the head, standing over Martin, who was unresponsive after being shot.

An officer at the scene overheard Zimmerman saying, “I was yelling for someone to help me but no one would help me,” the report said.

Witnesses told ABC News they heard Zimmerman pronounce aloud to the breathless residents watching the violence unfold “it was self-defense,” and place the gun on the ground.

But after the shooting, a source inside the police department told ABC News that a narcotics detective and not a homicide detective first approached Zimmerman. The detective peppered Zimmerman with questions, the source said, rather than allow Zimmerman to tell his story. Questions can lead a witness, the source said.

Another officer corrected a witness after she told him that she heard the teen cry for help.

The officer told the witness, a long-time teacher, it was Zimmerman who cried for help, said the witness. ABC News has spoken to the teacher and she confirmed that the officer corrected her when she said she heard the teenager shout for help.

The Sanford Police Department refused to release 911 calls by witnesses and neighbors.

Several of the calls, ABC News has learned, contain the sound of the single gunshot.

Lee publicly admitted that officers accepted Zimmerman’s word at the scene that he had no police record.

Two days later during a meeting with Trayvon’s father Tracy Martin, an officer told the father that Zimmerman’s record was “squeaky clean.”

Yet public records showed that Zimmerman was charged with battery against on officer and resisting arrest in 2005, a charge which was later expunged.

Zimmerman has not responded to requests for a comment.

“I asked [the police] well did you check out my son’s record?” Tracy Martin told ABC News in an interview Sunday. “What about his?…Trayvon was innocent.”  (the article continues)

Again, knowing now what you did not know then it is quite obvious to see the narrative being sold by Benjamin Crump, Daryl Parks, Natalie Jackson, and specifically Ryan Julison.

Matthew Owens

All of this would be important, but not as important, if the consequences from the intentionally manipulated narrative were not so damaging.   However, given the number of people injured because of the specific intent of inflaming racial tension in the Trayvon™ Martin case the perpetrators of the lies and manipulations must be held to account.

Perhaps worse than constructing and intentionally selling the race-based story, was what they did after it blew up.   When the consequences were evident from the horrific racial backlash, they did NOTHING to stop it.  Nor did they make any attempt to tell the truth, even when they specifically knew the storyline they sold was seriously flawed.

This time people were hurt, seriously hurt, and we simply cannot allow the media, nor the fabricators that sold the media, to just walk away.    They must be held to account.

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95 Responses to Update #22 – Trayvon Martin Shooting – Hold Them All Accountable

  1. maria says:

    We need to go after the “big dogs,” the ones whose faces people trust (don’t ask me why), the ones who make millions by feeding the public the pc claptrap of any numbers of issues, guys like Lauer. If a guy like that, and his bosses at NBC, feel that a guy like you is on the tail of a Julison, they will happily fade into the woodwork until such time as the pre-trial stuff starts up again, at which point, they’ll peek out to see if it’s safe.

    Julison would not be effective destroying people’s lives if there weren’t powerful networks that refuse to practice real journalism and there weren’t smiley faces like Matt Lauer’s to push the narrative that gets high ratings and advances a political agenda.

    Suggestions? I suggest a campaign to go after the two biggest offender. ABC and NBC, and surely we can make Lauer the face of a lynch mobber.

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    • Sharon says:

      “…surely we can make Lauer the face of a lynch mobber.” And if we did, we’d be doing the same as they did to GZ.

      All we need do is turn the lights on. Those who are willing to see can decide what or who they are looking at, and take it from there..

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  2. Roscoe P. Soultrane says:

    “You arrogant, insensitive, racist cracka-ass crackas! I lost a son! A child murdered by another cracka-ass beaner! No parent should have to go through that, ever! The only thing that can ever assuage the pain and help fill the hole ripped in my soul is cash. Piles and piles of tax-free cash. It’s the only way to heal and move forward. Oh, and I’ve got one more, if any of you feel like shooting him. I need a mansion in Newport to help me heal.”

    Sybrina Fulton

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    • barnslayer says:

      😆

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    • myopiafree says:

      WOW! Where can I find that quote? Thanks!

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    • scubachick75 says:

      My son went on a field trip recently and learned that the term “cracker” came from the cracking sound of white slave owners whipping their horses or cattle. When the slaves heard the cracking sound they would warn the others by saying “here comes the cracker, get back to work”. I had never heard this before. Have you guys?

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      • Smells like more “white=bad black=good” leftard brainwashing to me.

        It’s more than a little contrived, and just doesn’t really fit – unlike the more obvious use of the term…

        In short, it’s like “rule of thumb”, which the leftards tried to claim referenced an old rule that allowed a man to beat his wife with a stick, provided it was no thicker than his thumb.”

        Sounds plausible, but likewise contrived next to the true and obvious ‘carpenter using his thumb as a makeshift ruler!’

        Nope – I’d bet my house that it’s pure BS…

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      • g8rmom7 says:

        I learned the origin of this term when I went to the Florida History Museum on a field trip with my daughter. It’s true that it comes from the sound of the whip from the Florida cattlemen as they moved their cattle here and there. I never heard the tale from the perspective of the black slaves though.

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      • KinFL says:

        From Florida, the term “Cracker” meant the white cowboys that drove the Florida cattle through the palmettoes around here. The “crack” was from the sound of the leather whip but it was a cow they were moving along, not a slave.

        “The Florida “cowhunter” or “cracker cowboy” of the 19th and early 20th centuries was distinct from the Spanish vaquero and the Western cowboy. Florida cowboys did not use lassos to herd or capture cattle. Their primary tools were bullwhips and dogs. Florida cattle and horses were small. The “cracker cow”, also known as the “native” or “scrub” cow averaged about 600 pounds (270 kg) and had large horns and large feet.”

        There is another type of “cracker” that is a racial slur and that has been around since the colonial era and referred to white bond servants that had been freed and then moved out into the backcountry. Usually they were considered to be illegal squatters on land that was owned by “plantations” but not necessarily being worked by their owners.

        Here’s another quote: “As early as the 1760s, this term was in use by the upper class planters in the British North American colonies to refer to Scots-Irish and English settlers in the south, most of whom were descendants of English bond servants. A letter to the Earl of Dartmouth reads: I should explain to your Lordship what is meant by Crackers; a name they have got from being great boasters; they are a lawless set of rascalls on the frontiers of Virginia, Maryland, the Carolinas, and Georgia, who often change their places of abode.”

        So as you can see, nothing to do with slavery except in the minds of those that want it to be.

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    • BlueStateRepub says:

      “…and I’ll be right back to collect my winnin’s as soon as I finish trademarking some more names…” TrayMom

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  3. SurlyVoter says:

    Well Roscoe pretty much nailed it. I hope the family realizes that between their lawyers and Sharpton/Jackson getting their piece of pie all that will be left are crumbs for the family. So that hole you need to fill with cash, might remain a hole.

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    • ItsMichaelNotMike says:

      Generally speaking “clients” end up with 40 to 50% of a settlement, way lower if the settlement is subjected to state and/or federal taxes. (if any part of a settlement is deemed lost wages or income, those amounts are taxed, at a 30 to 40% rate).

      Contingency fee agreements sometimes are subject to state regulation, but most are not in these kinds of cases (wrongful death, personal injury).

      Let’s assume Martin and Fulton con, I mean recover, a settlement totaling $1 million, that’s NOT taxable. Here’s how it would typically be handled. And the big hit to these con artists, I mean clients, would be at which point the attorneys and Julison take their fees. (I don’t for a moment think Julison is working for free. He is getting money from this case, somehow, whether by a Crump kickback (illegal in most states) or his bill for services will be paid should the grifters, I mean clients, come into money someday.)

      Anyway, if Martin/Fulton have to pay costs first, this results in significantly less money to them. The net check is smaller.

      Here’s is how the $1 million works out. Assume $200,000 in total costs.
      $1 million gross recovery.
      – 40% attorneys’ contingent fees
      ____________
      $600,000.00
      – $200,000.00 costs
      ____________
      $400,0000 net check to client.
      _________________________________________
      Under the “fairer” way to the client:
      $1 million gross recovery
      – $200,000 costs
      ________________
      $800,000
      – 40% attorneys’ fees (from the $800K, not the $1 million).
      ________________

      $480,000 net check to client.

      You can see that if the attorney takes his contingent fee from the amount remaining AFTER costs are deducted works out to $80,000 additional to the client.

      Of course, whether the client gets $480K or $400K, the clients will be mad. That’s because they see a $1 million settlement, but the check in hand is less than $500K. So at the end of the day lawyers opt to give the clients the $400K since they are going to be mad whether it is $480K or $400K.

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      • howie says:

        Florida has comparative damages.

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        • ItsMichaelNotMike says:

          Duly noted Howie, but comparative damages (negligence) are irrelevant to my example, I am just using a number to illustrate how fees work.

          In any event, if Martin/Fulton did sue, their main cause of action would be wrongful death and asking for punitive damages. Here in California those are NOT claims where comparative fault or negligence would come into play.

          All this gets to complicated for the discussion in here, but Crump would file probably about file about 9 to 12 causes of action. The wrongful death would be interesting because that would get into a calculation on what Trayvon’s life would be worth. In calculating that experts would come up with a formula based on what Trayvon would have done with his life.

          This is where things get interesting because there’s nothing to go on since Trayvon was still in high school. It would be different if he was in college, law school or was on a path evidencing a real plan toward a career.

          The defense would argue that all indicators were that Trayvon Martin was on a path to being a thug and convict. (No value in a kid being in prison.)

          Note: In part of the conspiracy to defraud insurance companies and taxpayers (conning settlements), IMO Crump told Martin and Fulton to start with the false narrative that Trayvon wanted to be a pilot and was intending to go to college.

          Assuming the case would be defended, lawyers would put on evidence of Trayvon’s truancy, suspensions, tattoos, gold grills, crimes, and demand to see proof that Trayvon was looking at colleges, etc.

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      • Aussie says:

        this reminds me of the Schiavo case (again). Prior to Teri being ordered to death, Michael Schiavo tried to do the legal con, and he sued her doctors claiming that they had been responsible for malpractice… to cut a long story short, the jury awarded him some compensation but it was far less than he expected because the jury also blamed Teri (who did not in fact have bulimia and she did not have a heart attack). It was only after that legal case that Michael Schiavo decided that Teri must die and he worked up his euthanasia case (which was against Teri’s wishes despite what was claimed).

        This could get interesting unless the Martins and team Chump are stopped in their tracks and prevented from filing a civil lawsuit.

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  4. Donnie B. says:

    I watched Dateline tonight and they did a story on a SYG case that happened in Flordia recently. Of course they brought up the Zimmerman case and they STILL used the 5 year old picture of LIL’ SKITTLES when they talked about him. It makes me sick to see this type of journalism taking place here in America.

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    • Dude says:

      The people hiding the truth are working overtime to pull these kinds of stunts. I’m not a self professed religious man, but the things I see are going to drive me to believe and whole-heartedly see the evil trying to cover and manipulate the truth. They can do it with their monopoly on media and there are only places like this that freely speak the truth. Can you find this on FOX? Maybe, but I haven’t seen it. Fox should wage a truth war against the other networks. It would raise ratings anyway. Instead, I guess they are afraid of being outnumbered.

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      • maria says:

        Fox has been little better on the Martin-Zimmerman thing when it comes to their reporting. They haven’t done as many stories on it as the others, but they were still showing pics of angelic, all American boy TM long after the other networks put up at least one pic of the high school TM.

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      • myopiafree says:

        Dude> “….there are only places like this that freely speak the truth. Can you find this on FOX? Maybe, but I haven’t seen it.”
        I wondered about that issue. I think there are several reasons for Fox silence. 1) You don’t want to attack the character of a dead child. 2) Specifically a black-child — because if you do, you will be called a racist. 3) Thanks to “Treehouse”, the THUG nature of TM comes shining through. But there is a problem 4) Schools will do EVERYTHING IN THEIR POWER TO AVOID FILING CRIMINAL CHARGES AGAINST TM. This means that THERE IS NO RECORD OF any actions by TM. This means that , 5) If Fox reports what we find on the Internet, they can be sued by TM’s parents for deflamation of TM’s “character” – and Fox would lose – thus the reason for Fox silence. The expulsion of TM from school, 3 times, was intended to get the attention of TM’s parent’s, so that they would sit TM down and get TM to “change his ways”. Obviously that didn’t work. But lastly, 6) The punched-out bus driver, 6 weeks before TM punched out GZ. You could expect this from an man who calls himself “No Limit Nigg_r”. TM felt that if a “night watchman” was “eyeing him” he had every right to “way lay” this guy and punch his lights out. Even Fox could not believe that “Saint Trayon” would do that. That is until YOU understand TM’s character – or lack thereof.

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    • BlueStateRepub says:

      Since Jhavaris (sp?) turned out to be the OLDER brother, I nominate the term “Fun-Size Skittles” be re-assigned to the All-Pervasive Angelic L’il Trayvon Picture.

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  5. myopiafree says:

    How may fibs, lies, character assination, false stories (Chad in Condo), DeDe’s faked conversation, can they do – before systematic charges are brought against them. Who would file those charges? GZ? Incredible!

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  6. sidneytawl says:

    Chad said Trayvon went to get something to drink and some “skittles”. When asked he responded the skittles was for him. Could Chad have been honest, but yet “not”.

    Turns out skittles is also the nickname for the “purple” drank “cheap Lean” so to speak made with robitussin DM.

    http://www.thegrio.com/health/codeine-syrup-is-dangerous-drug-of-choice-for-stars-youth.php

    this article is dated from 2010., so the name skittles has been around for some Time.

    “Dextromethorphan, or “DXM,” on the other hand, is found in common cough medicines such as Robitussin DM, Triaminic or Coricidin Cough and Cold (“triple C”). Other street names for dextromethorphan include “skittles,” “Robo,” and “dex.” Similar to codeine, the medication can also cause drowsiness and stop a person’s ability to breathe. In addition, vision changes, hallucinations, and other bizarre behavior may also occur.”

    Seems they put a hard candy in the drink for flavor. I have seen skittles and jolly rancher mentioned. though it seems skittles seems to be more preferred for a vodka additive.

    see young Chad maybe had a cough, so “brother” went to buy some cough syrup to help ease his problem, and of course Chad knows about “skittles” being cough syrup, its the thing, and now you do to.

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    • Aussie says:

      or what is more likely, since Chad has been lying about the whole thing, is that Chad was not present, and he was told by his dear sweet mother to claim that TM had gone to get skittles for him.

      Until I see a police report that actually states that the saintly TM had skittles on his person, then I am not going to believe that he had the item, unless of course he made a purchase in order to cover the fact that he was doing a drug run.

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  7. sidneytawl says:

    Where was Chad then,. with Tracy and Brandy in the motel rooom doing the samba.

    Chad said he went to get skittles, supposed they police say they have video of No Limit buying the iced Tea and a bag of skittles, I think they said so at the hearing. What if he bought something else they did not mention. Why did Trayvon walk so far, Perhaps it took that long for a clerk to sell him or they had the cough syrup in stock.

    cough syrup, A drink to mix it with, and a bag of skittles to add flavor. and a high to follow,.. knowing that dad and brandi would not be home. He went for skittles in not a lie, if ya know what skittles “is”.

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  8. John Galt says:

    The link to Facebook for the Sybrina Fulton glamour shot at the top of Update #22 now says “This content is currently unavailable”. When was that scrubbed?

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  9. atex says:

    Hi John Galt. The pic is still there. I just saw it. You need to be logged into FB before you can get to her page. Then click “photos” then “Profile pics”. It’s one of 3 pics.

    Profile Pictures
    By Sybrina MsCandy Fulton (Albums) · Updated about 2 months ago

    Could that really be a maiden name or ex husband? Or something else? Just askin’.

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  10. atex says:

    Someone, on another thread, asked about Martins brothers name. I don’t know if it’s been answered so I’ll post it here:
    Jahvaris Fulton

    I guess she either went back to her ex husbands name or never took Martins fathers name.

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  11. Jb says:

    Where were the skittles and tea found during the shooting?

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  12. myopiafree says:

    IF YOU ARE A LAWYER – PERHAPS YOU CAN EXPLAIN. Why Corey did not hold a Grad Jury reviwe for her 2nd degree charge?
    5th Amendment — Bill of RIghts> The right of one accused of a felony or serious crime to have the charges reviewed for probable cause by a grand jury before being tried – is secured by the Fifth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States.
    Since GZ is accused of a felony, I find it difficult to understand, as per the Constitution, why the charges (accusations) were not presented to a Grand Jury, prior to being published. Why was this not done? Who has to right to by-pass the bill of rights. Does not the defendant have the right to INSIST on a Grand Jury review? I don’t understand this.

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    • minpin says:

      By Florida law, Corey was only required to use a Grand Jury if the charge she was going for was first degree murder.

      Corey didn’t use the Grand Jury as she knew she didn’t have the evidence to get a conviction on GZ. She couldn’t risk the Grand Jury throwing the case out.

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      • howie says:

        Omara could have flooded the prosecutors with exculpatory evidence. Grand jury would have returned no bill.

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        • GJ proceedings are secret and ex-parte, there is no allowance for defense-attorney…
          The purpose of a GJ is to determine if a crime has been committed, and if the State has enough evidence to support a trial.
          Defense comes at trial-if there is one…

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      • As I read it, the GJ was ready to begin deliberations when she snatched the case from them… THIS is why the rush to charge – had they actually begun deliberations, it would have been too late and she’d have been forced to abide by their decision!

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    • That part of the 5th Amendment has not been ‘incorporated’ – IOw SCOTUS hasn’t ruled that the GJ provision applies to the States.

      More unconstitutional idiocy – the intent of The Founders is *OBVIOUS* by the language they used:
      1) “CONGRESS shall make no law…”
      vs
      2) “…SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED(PERIOD).”

      As is obvious from the text, the former applies to the Fed.gov, while the latter applies TO ALL!

      The 5th is equally unambiguous;
      No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury…

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      • myopiafree says:

        I admit I am confused. But I think that for a felony that can have life-time imprisonment, that it should require a Grand Jury. That would include 2nd degree homicide. This seems to be an OPTION for the prosecutor. Thanks for the information, and I will clarify my own research. I also did not know that G.J. are sealed.

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  13. cookbook says:

    I think we may know now who gave the minor child Trayvon permission to get tatted up. It is hard to say no to kids if you are doing it.

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  14. James Crawford says:

    Just an update on the white wash of the Mathew Owens beating.
    http://www.fox10tv.com/dpp/news/mobile_county/chief-to-discuss-delmar-drive-assault

    We should be watching this one too.

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    • minpin says:

      From another article I read on this subject back in April, the Mayor and the Police Chief said that no one else in the neighborhood heard the remark “this was justice for Trayvon,” and that the sister that reported that was in the house at the time of the beating. In other words, the sister was lying, according to the officials. The police chief said that there was no corroboration that this was a racially motivated attack. One of the comments listed for that article was interesting-

      “Facts. Sam Jones Mayor (black) Fredrick Richardson, Jr Council Vice President (black) William Carroll
      Council member (black) Jermaine A. Burrell Council member (black) Al Stokes Chief of Executive Staff (black) John Bell Executive Director of Public Services (black) Chief of Police Micheal T. Williams (black) Chief Deputy Chief Lester Hargrove (black) Police Field Operations Division, commanded by Major Curley (black)
      Do you really think any arrests will be made.”

      For those blacks that have successfully been incited by playing the race card, the only “justice” they will accept will be to have every police chief, and police officer, throughout the country to be black. Then you can/will watch the crime statistic reports change over night, not because crime statistics will actually change.

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    • Roscoe P. Soultrane says:

      “Just an update on the white wash of the Mathew Owens beating.”

      No pun intended on “white wash,” I’m sure.

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  15. CRussell says:

    This is what the media won’t talk about:

    Report says 230,000 unemployed losing benefits over weekend

    http://thehill.com/blogs/on-the-money/economy/227075-report-says-230000-unemployed-will-lose-benefits-over-weekend

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    • CTDAR says:

      And is that how the “official” unemployment rate will factor as lower # because that will show less folks getting unemp benefits?
      bet dems will spin it that way

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  16. pjrpjp says:

    Without having to wade through a mile of past threads … a question: is the white king-cab truck (shown in the same local tv news account as Trayvon’s body, and detectives milling around) Zimmerman’s?

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    • I have held the same question since I first watched the video also. I don’t know, but it would be interesting to find out.

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      • pjrpjp says:

        Doesn’t it seem likely that it is? The way that it is parked suggests that it was done impromptu. It also would likely mean that he drove a small distance before giving a foot chase.

        To me, that would present no difficulty for his defense. To the contrary. The closer that the fight scene can be placed to George’s vehicle makes Trayvon Martin’s presence there more problematic for Corey.

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        • Yes. It would appear to make sense this was Zimmermans SUV, and I have long suspected as such, however I have never seen any confirmation. So, not sure.

          If it is his vehicle, it would appear he made a u-turn during the phone call headed to the rear gate he described while following Trayvon. Then stopped the car and got out. If my memory serves the drivers door was open when I first saw raw feed of the white SUV.

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  17. zauber says:

    The shooting – to me – is still secondary to its being singled out and used by the Administration and its media mistresses to set the tone and agend for the election. As I’ve said, we had even worse (using MSM subjective and self-serving criteria) black/white (including police involved) shooting in the weeks immediatly before and after the Trayvon incident. I’d presume that were we in one of the ususal cycles of minority victimology these other shootings would have been piled on as further examples of oppression by the Evil Blue-eyed Devil.and his minions. Instead we have the neo Reichsministerium für Volksaufklärung und Propaganda manipulating, massaging’ finessing and re-serving the Trayvon incident almost nightly. Comparing this to my favorite historical example, pre-WW II Germany, we also see the Nazi propagandists loading the daily news with pre-cooked and pre-digested ‘news’ of horrible incidents (many fabricated) perpetrated upon the German people. These stories were designed to unite the country – or at least a plurality of it – behind the Party. It’s an election year and our Führer-Bro is trying to mobilize the Perpetually Oppressed , la clase de los proletarios and the white whiners into a force to re-engineer America as we know it.
    Think this is a bit far out? My German mother thought so too when she lived in Germany in 1933. Those who are too lazy to defend freedom will have to learn to live without it.

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    • myopiafree says:

      Crump-Team has created a series of false statements (that almost no one has checked). These statements have caused the State of Florida to spend a massive amount of money prosecuting a person who was punched and beaten by TM. Is this fraud? Is it an abuse of trust? Is there any penalty for fibbing to this extent? In the Lacross/NiFong case, NO ONE WAS PENALIZED for all the lying — except for NiFong who had his hands slapped by the court. There is NO telling about the toll on the innocent LaCross players.
      Fibber-Crump knows that if he gets children to lie for him, 14 year-old Chad, and 15 year-old DeDe — that no one will go after them for false swearing. Crump gets to coach them, a false 2nd degree is charged based on these lies, and GZ gets convicted. Have I left anything out?

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  18. bill says:

    Yep I always thought witness tampering was pretty serious . But maybe becuz Crump tampered with DeeDee before she really became a witness (witness to what who knows) he’s just after the truth (lol)

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    • Thanks. Updating seperate post with info… Thanks again.

      I’m still trying to figure out why the Virginia media outlet never followed up with their report on the FBI findings….. They threw out a teaser and then ((((crickets)))) the next day. Curious.

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  19. James Crawford says:

    TrayMom has a formidable pair of breasts with a tacky tattoo. Any chance she used to work as a stripper or a hooker?

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  20. ItsMichaelNotMike says:

    I played that Fox news video from the day after the shooting. I edited the pics for brightness and enlarging.

    I included some questions and comments in the shots. I think there’s some clues on this and that by analyzing the pics.

    Your analysis is welcome.

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  21. atex says:

    Excellent work!! Thank you so much!!! Such crisp pics! I,too,am very curious to know what that white item is on the walkway in your 4th link.

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