How many times since the search for the 1987 “Great White Defendant” began – has the national media chased, worked up, created and sold some white racist outrage; only to find out after a thorough review, when all the facts come out, it’s all a fiasco – a farce?
It is profoundly ironic, and actually a sad reflection on both society and the media, we find ourselves in 2014 with yet another replay only two years distant from the Trayvon Martin fiasco.
Yet, here we go again. The legacy media once again trying desperately to convince the masses a transparently innocent man is guilty of racism and deadly intent.
Yeah, I said “transparently innocent“, and yet only the cursory facts are presentable on the table. How, you might ask, it is possible to come to such a rapid conclusion?
Easy – lest anyone need a reminder; all are considered “innocent” until proven guilty in a court of law.
So allow me to ask the reverse: “how anyone could reconcile a disparate current belief when the investigation is only in it’s infancy, and there is nothing empirically available to bring an alternate conclusion”?
The bizarro factor is how entirely predictable these events are. It’s almost like they are following a specific planned sequence; inside the playbook you find the surrounding narrative of the Michael Brown shooting looking for a willing audience.
Every single detail is following the exact same pattern in the Trayvon Martin vs. George Zimmerman case.
Every detail, including the media construct which flies in the face of the daily surfacing events – yet the media cling to reconstructing it even as it is shredded in front of their eyes.
We have previously outlined 36 exactly identical aspects to Mike Brown and Trayvon Martin. To those previous mentions you can now add (37) video tape which contradicts the initial media preferred storyline. (38) Both took possession of cigarillos, or blunts, immediately prior to their deaths. (39) Neither of them paid the cashier for the products they needed. (40) The media trying to cover for the lack of character inherent within the recorded and visible activity. (41) Both community responses calling for the firing of the police Chief for sharing the truth. (42) The Federal DOJ comes down against the release of the truthful information. (43) The New Black Panthers show up in the community and demand the DEATH of the shooter. (44) The local, state and federal authorities do nothing about the death threats, and actively seek to support them.
The non-cropped photo: Eric Holder approved Captain Ron Johnson marching for justice in Ferguson Missouri alongside street gang members from the notorious “Bloods”. But nobody seems to have a problem with that – go figure.
“what’s up blood”?
It’s Deja vu all over again. As Steve Sailer has aptly written:
How can the New York Times and the Obama Administration do their job of telling you what to think about this Defining Event of our Times when the local cops are free to release a security camera video on the Internet for the whole world to view?
It’s just not fair: the Obama / Media Industrial Complex has all these highly expensive methods and minions for the engineering of human souls; yet a few wreckers at the local police force can undermine all that power and prestige just by posting evidence on YouTube.
I hope and pray Officer Wilson doesn’t hire some limp-wristed legal academic who becomes more concerned with his own career, chasing a job in TV punditry, and the feelings of the greater nationally wounded community – than the actual representation of his client. Let us hope this becomes the first point of difference between Zimmerman and Wilson.
The absence of staunch legal representation could possibly be too much to watch unfold again. Because neither of these examples should ever reach beyond a Grand Jury review. But we saw how that worked out in 2012 – when the consideration of a Grand Jury actually became a risk to advancing the larger grievance goals, so the schemers skipped it.
Transparently Innocent – Even a first year journalist can find the visible dots which connect a very specific set of facts.
Officer Wilson with not a blemish on his record. A man with a 6 year history and network of community engagement where the friends and colleagues speak highly of his professionalism and character. An officer who accepted the detail of the more challenging district and passed on opportunities for lesser crime areas.
Initial reports from officer Wilson and two eye-witnesses were that he was in a direct physical confrontation with Mike Brown; a struggle for the officer’s firearm ensued; a single shot was fired inside the police vehicle which is suspected to have hit Brown; and additional shots were fired outside the vehicle as a consequence of the suspect resisting arrest.
Mike Brown, 6’4″ and almost 300 pounds, having just committed strong armed robbery of a liquor store, and video shows him physically assaulting/intimidating the shopkeeper, encounters the questioning officer 10 minutes after committing the robbery. A struggle ensues, the officer is punched in the face, a shot fired inside the police vehicle as the suspect tries to get the officers weapon; Brown tries to escape arrest and is shot as he attempts the same intimidation move he was on video tape carrying out 10 minutes earlier.
What makes more sense ?
And what is transparently manufactured NON-SENSE ?