Never Before Outlined Details Of False Racially Constructed Case Against George Zimmerman – While Zimmerman Gives First Interview Since DOJ Drops Civil Rights Charges….

Many people have dropped links to media articles and stories around a recent interview posted by George’s attorney (divorce). The interview is fully recorded and also presented in transcript form HERE.

gz interview

~ WATCH AND READ HERE ~

Please go to the ownership link to see the content and construct of the interview. WHY? Because obviously this is how GZ is paying for his attorney. It would appear to me the attorney has agreed to exchange advertising (via website traffic) in lieu of financial compensation for legal services.

However, against the backdrop of Mr. Zimmerman feeling more comfortable to speak we can now also share some researched information previously undisclosed. This information has never been seen before.

Bill Lee - Chris Serino 2

Back in July of 2012 (good grief – almost 3 years ago – wow) we posted a discussion thread about Lead Detective Chris Serino revealing for the first time how he was pressured to construct/file charges against George Zimmerman.

Part of that prior outline highlighted three law enforcement officials who were trying to get George Zimmerman arrested despite the investigative evidence that showed Zimmerman was acting in self defense.

Those people Serino cited were Sargent Arthur Barnes and officers Rebecca Villalona and Trekelle Perkins. However, previously unknown was how racially motivated their efforts were. We now have part of the FBI investigation to see the scope of the hatred toward Zimmerman from BLACK officers inside the Sanford Police Department.

Sgt. Barnes and officer Perkins are black; Villalona is married to an African-American man. All three “Law Enforcement Officers” were working behind the scenes, on behalf of the black Sanford community, the Black Grievance Industry and the local NAACP, to insure that Zimmerman was arrested.

Sgt. Barnes was in frequent and continuous contact with Trayvon Martin’s father, Tracy Martin, giving him information about what was going on. In turn, Tracy would then relay this information to attorney’s Benjamin Crump, Daryl Parks and Natalie Jackson.

The attorneys, The Scheme Team, would then relay this information to ABC’s reporter Matt Gutman and others. This highly illegal and unethical activity was the primary source of the leaked investigative information in/around March and April of 2012.

This is how ABC’s Matt Gutman got so many exclusives including: • the video from the inside the police station of Zimmerman arriving at the depot, • the 911 call audio, and • the fabricated “Dee-Dee” witness testimonials which Gutman recorded.

After disclosure and confrontation, all three racist cops (Barnes, Perkins, Villalona, aka. ‘the three amigos’) were called in to the office of Police Chief Bill Lee and questioned about leaking information in the case. The Miami Herald touched on that story briefly.

However, because their racial ideology was so strong, and the racial community so demanding, their unethical activity, to advance a grievance cause, never stopped.

Eventually the pressure inside the Sanford Police Department, by those BLACK officers, became so intense Detective Serino had no option but to call the FBI for help.

Serino gave the FBI a statement about how he viewed it an impossible task for George Zimmerman to gain a fair investigation of fact against the racially antagonistic influences within the police department itself.

Notice the date on the above FBI statement, March 3rd.  This was before Trayvon Martin was buried.  That is how quickly and intensely this grievance narrative was put together.  Benjamin Crump first appeared in Sanford on March 5th.

Bill Lee 2Police Chief Bill Lee was disgusted.  However, the final straw for him was when the frightened Mayor of Sanford, Jeff Triplett, caved to the demands of black City Manager Norton Bonaparte (two weeks later), and shared, illegally, the 911 call audio of the Trayvon shooting to Benjamin Crump and black advocates – a day prior to a scheduled hearing with a Judge (Nelson) who would rule on the City’s legal obligation under the Earnhardt Law.

Ben Crump, Tracy Martin, Sybrina Fulton, and their grievance advocates were allowed to listen to the recording in private on March 16th 2012.  Benjamin Crump then immediately instructed ABC Reporter Matt Gutman, to copy and distribute the 911 audio recording so he could construct a false narrative about Trayvon’s voice being on the audio.

Sanford Police Chief Bill Lee had enough.  He resigned.

Seminole County prosecuting attorney Norm Wolfinger, had a grand jury scheduled for April 11th, 2012.   Fortunately for Detective Serino the State of Florida bowed to pressure from the Black Grievance Advocates and moved the case to the control of Jacksonville Prosecuting Attorney, Angela Corey, and her investigators who replaced Serino in the BGI crosshairs.

Corey cancelled the grand jury and proceeded with a show trial, the rest is history.

In the FBI interview of Sgt. Arthur Barnes (below) you can see his admission to giving Tracy Martin information on the case, and his willingness to pressure Detective Serino on behalf of the black community.  He was brutally unapologetic:

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110 Responses to Never Before Outlined Details Of False Racially Constructed Case Against George Zimmerman – While Zimmerman Gives First Interview Since DOJ Drops Civil Rights Charges….

  1. doodahdaze says:

    BONAPARTE he rises.

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  2. angie says:

    The only phrase that comes to mind when thinking about the group that set out to lynch George Zimmerman is evil incarnate. It’s scary to think that this could happen to any of us.

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    • rumpole2 says:

      I always thin SCHEME TEAM
      And the names, Crump, Julison. Corey, Bernie (BDLR) come to mind first….. that’s just me. That is the level I was heavily involved at

      Zimmerman: Scheme Team Does The Time Warp Again

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    • George Zimmerman is one courageous man. He has called out Barack Obama and his unadulterated, RACIST, criminal, unjust BS behavior!

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    • myopiafree says:

      Angie – you are totally correct. Zimmerman could have been spending 20 years in a prison, when he shot a man who was beating his head into the cement. This was never a racial issue. This was an angry thug – who thought he had the right to beat a man to death.

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      • PatrickSMcNally says:

        AS I’ve noted before, while Zimmerman certainly did have his head bashed up in a way that is consistent with him perhaps having been slammed against concrete, and certainly against some kind of hard ground at a minimum, but his head was not against concrete at the last moment when he fired the shot. This version of things is similar to the orbital eye-fracture story about Darren Wilson that floated around for awhile. It’s just a diversion from the main point.

        Lisa Bloom has made this into the central point of her whole argument. She rightly points out that the location of Martin’s body when the police arrived was such that it can not be accounted for merely by Zimmerman having pushed the body off of himself after the shot was fired. In that case one must either conclude that Zimmerman deliberately moved the body for a few feet after the fight was ended, thereby tampering with the scene of the event, or else that the last moments of the fight happened a little bit away from the pavement as a consequence of the combatants having moved in the process of fighting.

        Bloom justifiably concludes that the end of the fight probably happened away from the concrete. but she describes nothing else about Zimmerman having been battered. Hence she tries to give the readers the sense that Zimmerman was really doing fine when he fired the shot and therefore must have been guilty of murder. Her whole argument is a gross distortion, but she does have a valid point that the last moments of the combat could not have been with Zimmerman’s head against the concrete. That’s a simple deduction from the location of Martin’s body.

        Somewhere in media interviews at the beginning Zimmerman let out a story which took on this form of his head being on the concrete at the last moment when the shot was fired. It was a false story which his lawyers were then stuck with. Some have suggested that there may have been another witness at the scene who was friendly with Zimmerman but who was not called to testify by the defense.

        If such a missing witness did exist then the most likely reason why they were not called to testify was because their testimony would have confirmed that Zimmerman was already a few feet away off of the concrete when the shot was fired. That should not affect the validity of Zimmerman’s defense, since he was already battered enough to have cause for shooting. But it would have played badly in court just the same.

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      • Anubis says:

        Not only that but Skittles girlfriend testified on the first day of trial that he thought GZ was gay and checking him out making it a failed gay bashing.

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  3. yakmaster2 says:

    The discrimination against Zimmerman was blatant. When the BGI propped up protestors are screaming about racists cops, they and their ilk had no problem with the two racist Black cops in the Zimmerman case, so they’re two-faced hypocrites. The fact that cynical BGI activists and sympathizers still try to get traction out of the death of Trayvon Martin makes me ill.

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  4. Moishe Pipik says:

    I’m just amazed that Trayvon’s body isn’t even cold and nobody’s talking about verifying any of the claims of Zimmerman forensically. (Weren’t burglar tools found in the bushes, etc?) It IMMEDIATELY went from fact-finding to race-baiting.

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  5. Daniel says:

    Such vicious and obvious hate and malice would never be allowed by officers of the law if they were white. Never. Not ever. As government employees and representatives, the police and the city manager’s racism and racial motives are clear civil rights violations and Zimmerman needs to open a case against all of them personally.

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  6. Hank Rearden says:

    The FBI knew from the beginning that there was a conspiracy to violate the civil rights of George Zimmerman, a conspiracy that eventually included the Attorney General and the Governor of the State of Florida. And yet no one has been indicted.

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    • rmnewt says:

      Zimmerman and the integrity of the law, yet another set of victims of political correctness and appeasement. Now that the media dust has settled, the harsh realities of this case make it very difficult to trust our abused and manipulated system of justice and law enforcement. The seeds of corruption flourishing and there seems to be little leadership to stop it from growing.

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  7. jello333 says:

    Only just now starting to read this, and I’m about to watch the video at George’s lawyer’s page. I wanted to mention that I ordinarily have AdBlock running in my web browser, but I set it to NOT run on that page (just as I’ve done at the Treehouse). We should all consider doing that.

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    • stella says:

      You don’t run AdBlock here at the Treehouse? Why not? We don’t profit from ad revenue.

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      • jello333 says:

        I know… “just in case”. 😉 I do that with ANY site I really care about and trust (there are only a tiny handful).

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      • texasranchqueen says:

        Stella, thank you so much for mentioning AdBlock. I did not know that such a wonderful thing existed…I just downloaded it and it was free! It’s beyond awesome.

        I am confused, if the Treehouse does not profit from the ads, why have them? You can tell I am not tech savy. Thanks again!

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        • stella says:

          WordPress hosts our blog, and they run the ads and, presumably, profit from them.

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          • amwick says:

            Oh… but, excuse me for being so simple minded, who runs the moderators?? Just curious. I have had problems this morning that I don’t understand.

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            • stella says:

              I don’t understand your question. We, as Treehouse founders (there are eight of us) run the moderation at our blog. There are, in addition, WordPress automation that also controls comments. A program called Akismet automatically screens comments for spam. Comments often end up in the spam bucket, and we frequently (the moderators) manually rescue comments from said spam bucket.

              What are your problems?

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              • jello333 says:

                “we frequently (the moderators) manually rescue comments from said spam bucket.”

                Oh you most definitely DO! There were times when I felt all hope was lost, but then I saw the silhouette of Stella (or Sharon, or Puddy, or….) at the cell door, who whispers, “You’re free now… fly!”

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            • stella says:

              I just checked spam. You had three comments about JJ Jr. I released your first one and deleted the other two. If you don’t see a comment appear, it doesn’t help to post further about it. They usually end up in spam too, and have to be deleted, as I just did with yours. I have manually sorted through about 1,000 spam comments (just myself, not counting other moderators) of all kinds so far today.

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              • jello333 says:

                Whoa! 1,000 just today, on a relatively “slow” day? Wow, I joke alot about Spam Jail and such, but getting serious for a minute: You guys are AMAZING. And to do it without going off on people, and even just staying sane…. I don’t think I could do it no matter how hard I tried.

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                • Sharon says:

                  …..just adding a reflection here — thanks, stella, for taking the time to lay some of this out within this conversation – and wanting to tag on your thought, jello.

                  Jello, you touch on a bit of our reality as to why admins don’t joke much about spam and why we really wish there’s were’t messages to us within threads about someone’s spam problem….

                  Spam and comment ques (two different things) and trash (oh – did we mention there is this department actually called trash into which things are spontaneously heaved by the system at times. It’s a permanent destruction category – and we fish through that to find regular commenters and set them free. That first action just moves them to the spam bucket, and from there, we can actually deliver them into the sunshine of the thread….) these things are underneath some dark and dank stairs at the end of a long concrete hallway where stella patrols routinely, frequently…she gives much time, and other admins patrol as well….it’s a separate department, dark and dank, I tell you….

                  ….and, good grief, we do not patrol it only when someone reports disappointment in the threads (which we seldom have time to read on an hourly or sometimes even daily basis….believe me, that is not the most efficient way to get out of spam. And then as stella says, to repost?….not helpful.

                  To do it without going off on people and staying sane?……well, some of that for some of me on some days is entirely open to question….you’re a good friend, jello.

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                • jello333 says:

                  Thanks Sharon. I’ll just say again… wow. One thing, though, you know the more spam (I mean real spam from real trolls and such) we get here, the more we must be doing something RIGHT. They FEAR this place and do whatever they can to try to disrupt, so…

                  Oh, and as for commenting about one of our own comments being “in moderation”, I’ve done that a few times. I do it trying to be funny (“Back on the chain gang again!”) or something stupid… but I never realized even that might make things tougher for you. So I’ll try (operative word 😉 ) to not do that anymore.

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                • stella says:

                  Most of it is legitimate spam. I search for words like “sex” and “porn” and “Nike” – those can be mass deleted. You get the idea.

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  8. doodahdaze says:

    All Barnes wanted is an arress. The scheme was a bi-partisan one. A bi-patisan scheme has zero chance of being prosecuted.

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  9. jello333 says:

    Just watched the video. Well done, George! I don’t see how anyone can honestly argue any point he made. (Oh, and to these people who’ve been saying George compared what’s been done to him to what was done to Anne Frank… LIARS! He did no such thing.)

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  10. georgiafl says:

    Angela Corey was the most despicable, unethical of the bunch.

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    • art tart says:

      georgiafl ~ I agree w/ya there w/Corey & her clown face/red lipstick praying w/Syrina, it made me want to puke & still does. But then there are countless others that were never held accountable & imo won’t ever be. They just take the circus tent down & move onto the next town, like Ferguson.

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      • georgiafl says:

        I do not fault Angela Corey for praying with Sybrina…but the unethical delays of handing over evidence and hiding evidence, and the lying, even after the verdict…those were criminal and unethical. She should be disbarred and in jail.

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        • jello333 says:

          “I do not fault Angela Corey for praying with Sybrina”

          Oh I absolutely DO. Unless she was gonna also “pray” (and otherwise be friendly with) George’s family, she had NO business doing that with Fulton. (And even doing it with BOTH sides wouldn’t be right for a prosecutor to do.)

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          • georgiafl says:

            I see your point.

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          • art tart says:

            jello ~ I agree w/your comment, I thought it was appalling for Corey to pray w/Sybrina & that it was inappropriate. After all, GZ was attacked/assaulted by TM.

            Derchowitz made a similar comment, he stated, “Corey claimed she was seeking Justice for TM’s parents, BUT, Corey’s job is to ALSO seek Justice for GZ.” Something Corey/BDLR felt no obligation to do & didn’t even want the truth to come out.

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        • Burnt Toast says:

          Corey had to pray with Sybrina.

          Overacting is just part of the railroading,
          or she was shouting lies when being soft spoken is sufficient for the truth.

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    • Dean says:

      You’ve got that right–as well as the ugliest.

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  11. Thank you for this information.
    In my humble opinion, what was done to Zimmerman in essence was to avoid a potential problem/threat of the black community rioting. People in several layers of law enforcement decided he was guilty (jury be d&*ned) and set the narrative to fit the outcome they wanted.
    Some of this is what the black community has been fighting against – bad cops, taking the law into their own hands, setting the narrative to fit the desired outcome.

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  12. Mike Sylwester says:

    Thanks for reminding everyone about the 911 audio being released to the public.

    When the video of Michael Brown’s robbery of the store was released to the public, that supposedly was a huge outrage.

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  13. Sha says:

    I don’t know if anyone can answer this question but here it goes…… Can GZ sue these people and Is there a time limit on it. I think he would get justice if there was a new POTUS.

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    • taqiyyologist says:

      “These people” will see a Judge some Great Day.

      On that truth we can rely.

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      • Sha says:

        Knowing that gives me great piece…. 🙂 but I wish he could sue the police officers not for the money but to get them out of law enforcement . If they will do what they did to him what do you think they have already done to others that we don’t know about.( I should had said police officers instead of these people. )

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  14. Tristan says:

    Here is Time Wise’s speaking schedule for the next 7 months if anyone wants to organize a protest.

    Tim Wise
    Leading Anti-Racist Writer and Educator

    03/25/15: Charlotte, NC Queens University of Charlotte

    03/30/15: Huntsville, AL Oakwood University

    04/7/15: New Orleans, LA Loyola University

    04/10/15 – 04/11/15: Philadelphia, PA Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine

    04/17/15 – 04/18/15: Fayetteville, AR University of Arkansas

    04/20/15: Bryn Mawr , PA Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church

    04/21/15: Providence, RI Providence College

    04/23/15: St. Petersburg , FL YWCA of Tampa Bay

    07/23/15: Phoenix, AZ Arizona State University

    09/11/15: Huntington, WV Tri-State Conference on Diversity and Inclusion (on campus of Marshall University)

    10/9/15: Portland, OR Teaching with Purpose Conference

    10/14/15: Portland, OR Warner Pacific College

    10/19/15: Providence, RI Rhode Island School of Design

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  15. Tristan says:

    If by chance his Mother’s name was Zimmerman and his Father the Peruvian with a Spanish last name this never would have happened. The police would have questioned him that night, let him go home and questioned him again over the next few days. No one would have heard about it other than people in the local area.
    Years ago 2 Los Angeles officers shot a small black homeless woman because they claimed she had a screwdriver they thought was a gun. The LASlimes blasted it for 2 days. Then it came out that one officer was Asian and the other has a Spanish name. Nothing was ever heard again of the death. The joke around town was that Jesse Jackson turned his private jet around in mid flight when he learned the officers were not White.

    What is really frightening is the fact that all the AME and Baptist black churches and local chapters of NAACP and other black organizations have 800 numbers to the Justice department. The DOJ will put racist agitators of their Community Relations Unit on the next plane to foment demonstrations, and riots against Whites involved. DOJ attorneys work with local courts to find ways to charge Whites with whatever offense they can invent.

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  16. coeurdaleneman says:

    The only way to minimize your risk of being caught up in something similar is to avoid the demographic. It’s harsh, but mentally put yourself in Zimmerman’s shoes. He had the PC political, legal and media establishments bowing to the demands of half-brights like those 3 cops.

    Forget about the hoodrat threat …just subjecting yourself in potential day-to-day contact to the likes of those 3 cops is scary enough. Criminy.

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  17. Dean says:

    Let’s not forget that Guttman of ABC News is the one who tweeted that “Trayvon Martin was killed b/c he was black”. Let’s NOT forget that Diane Sawyer (former America’s Junior Miss) had on the ABC Nightly News a photo of a 12 or 13 yr-old looking TM with the caption in big letters “GUNNED DOWN”.

    I told you folks–anybody that the media hounds and persecutes and smirks about has got to be
    doing something right.
    NOW, the media is loaded with fake outrage and “disgust” b/c George “compared” himself to Anne Frank. He did no such thing. Once again, that English language is a pesky thing.

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  18. Crystal says:

    Were those cops fired? I hope so.

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  19. True Colors says:

    George should have started fighting back a lot sooner. He should have hired a stud constitutional lawyer long ago and filed a lawsuit against the DOJ for violating his 4th amendment civil rights.

    When the BGI attacks people, they play defense and that is it. Almost no one ever goes on offense against the BGI. Why not?

    When the BGI smears people, people need to start counter-attacking.

    TC

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  20. Marina says:

    I wonder if the rapid move within the PD to ally with Fruit was more gang-related than about race. Not sure how powerful the local gang is.

    Either way, the grievance shakedown machine seems agile and well known to all involved. They didn’t let a moment go to waste. Complete perversion of justice.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Facilitated by our BGI Scheme Team POTUS.

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    • ThankYou,Treepers says:

      Excellent point.

      Otherwise there would seem no likely way Barnes, who had lived in Sanford all his life save 3 years in the Army thirty years earlier, would have known Fruity, a sweet thang from that sweet suburb, East St. Loui, by way of Miami, for twenty years. Isn’t it true that Fruity had been up there in Sanford creepin’ the previous two years only because his truck route had brought him thru which led to him finding a new trap there.

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  21. rsmith1776 says:

    Sinecure-holding Jonathan Capehart (filling in both the token black and the token gay slot) alone should be worth at least $500,000.00 when it comes to libeling the victim of the Traygone Martin hoax, Mr. Zimmerman. I am not exaggerating, possibly understating it. LOOK into it, please.

    The amount of sheer libel the lowlife threw at the real victim (Mr. Zimmerman) is absolutely staggering.

    The fact that the platform which allowed Capehart to do so is a newspaper of W. P. ‘s reputation should only add to the amount of punitive damages, raising them into millions. If you think I’m kidding, go to the W.P. archives and read up the Zimmerman-related Capehart archives. The unsubstantiated dirt, the ill-will, the dishonesty, the felony in continuous and prolonged form…. there is GOLD there for any half-competent lawyer.

    Wake up George and milk this for what it’s worth. No mercy. You couldn’t do this to more deserving people.

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    • Justice_099 says:

      What judge would dare rule in favor of George? A civil trial doesn’t get a jury, so it is entirely up to a judge. An elected judge.

      As much as I would love to see it, it would be a waste of time and money.

      It’s been 3 years now and the courts still haven’t even done anything about the fact that the prosecutors hid the phone evidence. Nelson promised they would revisit it later. Nothing.

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  22. rsmith1776 says:

    In moderation…. pretty please ( :

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  23. PatrickSMcNally says:

    Serino actually sounds biased against Zimmerman in that report.

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    • jello333 says:

      Oh yeah, he was (just not as bad as some others). Rather than considering George a horrible, evil, murdering racist, Serino thought of him more as a stupid, overzealous fool. Either way: Chris Serino = idiot wannabe made-for-TV movie detective.

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  24. justfactsplz says:

    To think the NAACP knew George was an advocate for blacks and set out to destroy him makes my blood boil. Keep in mind that even though these three cops were working behind the scenes from the beginning to get George arrested, George did not know that at the time. George just couldn’t believe the hatred coming from the black community towards him until the Black Panthers put a bounty on his head.

    From the beginning Serino gave the impression that he believed George and showed concern for him, the good cop ploy. If only Serino had not caved to the pressure. There was one contact from FDLE that George had that kept assuring him he wouldn’t be arrested. The day of the arrest George called him and said he had heard there was a warrant. The guy told him no he didn’t think so. He made a call and called George back and told him it was true. I don’t know who was more shocked, George or the guy from FDLE.

    When George left the state of Florida after his first release, Serino was bugging for a phone number or way to contact George. This was after Serino was no longer involved. George was smart and mentioned to the man from FDLE. FDLE was the ones that needed to know how to contact George at that point. A decision was made not to give the information to Serino. I shudder to think if Serino got that information and the three Sanford officers had got their hands on it. The Black Panthers could have found him. So many blacks wanted and still do want George dead.

    I am so grateful that the federal case against George is closed. Even with no evidence I was fearful for him. The FBI under Holder’s instructions tried their hardest to find something on George.

    George, hold your head up high for you have done nothing wrong. The people, and there are many, that would criticize you cannot stifle your voice. May God bless and keep you safe.

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    • ThankYou,Treepers says:

      “To think the NAACP knew George was an advocate for blacks and set out to destroy him makes my blood boil.”

      That is the great lesson most non black Americans have learned from this outrageous injustice against George Zimmerman, a righteous man by any standard whose vilification for stopping his own murder occurred only because he was perceived as white.

      But sadly, as some had previously learned from heartbreaking personal experience, blacks as a rule are loyal only by blood then race with no loyalty to right over wrong when conflicting with the interests of their blood or race.

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    • Anubis says:

      That’s just like when project innocence tricked a black guy into confessing to murder hours before the real murder was to be executed which caused IL to end their death penalty, by using his ex wife,& a couple actors when he came off a crack binge . http://www.crimeandconsequences.com/crimblog/2014/11/did-the-innocence-project-fram.html

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  25. taqiyyologist says:

    Are those cops also members of the same pseudo-Masonic club as Tracy?

    Blow this crap wide open, SD.

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  26. PatrickSMcNally says:

    “The encounter ,,, was ,,, avoidable by Zimmerman.”

    Why on earth should Zimmerman have to “avoid” an “encounter” with a non-resident stranger walking around late at night in a gated community park? This is ridiculous. The next thing that will come from this is that if someone breaks into your house late at night and you “encounter” them by following them to the bathroom after they’ve run from your kitchen then a police report will say that “The encounter was avoidable by the homeowner.”

    If I saw some stranger roaming around here inside of Royal Palm Village late at night then I’m supposed to be perfectly justified in asking “What are you doing around here?” I wouldn’t have the authority to violently attack them just because they don’t look like any resident here, but there’s no evidence to suggest that Zimmerman ever did do that. Simply wanting to know who are these strange people coming into a gated community park where I had to go through a background check to be able to move into would not be illegitimate in any way.

    The initial falsehood which pops again and again in these versions of the story is to make it sound like Zimmerman had encountered Martin on the open Highway 17-92 West that is right outside of Royal Palm Village. If I started following someone along that open territory and demanding to know who they are then they would have a legitimate complaint of harassment. But as soon as they come here inside of our manufactured-homes park then I have a legitimate for wanting to know if they have been invited in by a resident, who that resident is, why isn’t that resident accompanying them, and so on. All perfectly valid questions for Zimmerman to direct at Martin.

    The only way that one can argue that Zimmerman should have avoided the encounter, is if you are really willing to grant that Martin looked so obviously dangerous and suspicious that avoiding the encounter should have been a clear priority for Zimmerman. But if we allow for that then the story about the sweet teenager drinking his raspberry soda and talking with his childhood sweetheart starts to fall apart. People out to lynch Zimmerman try to have it both ways on this.

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    • jello333 says:

      While that’s all true, a lot of it doesn’t really apply to the “encounter” that night. That’s because George did NOT want to “question” Trayvon, he did NOT want to have any kind of “encounter” with him… he did not even want or expect to get close to him. Also, he did not “follow” him in the sense of hoping to catch up with him to question him or whatever. He “followed” (for a very short while, and at a long distance) only to try to get a better idea where Trayvon was heading, so he could relay that info to the cops. George had NO intention of catching up with or questioning Trayvon, let alone having the kind of “encounter” they wound up having.

      So while you’re correct that George had the RIGHT to “follow”, try to catch up with, and “question” Trayvon under the circumstances…. the fact is, he did NONE of those.

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      • PatrickSMcNally says:

        While there’s no cause to dispute that Zimmerman did not really seek an encounter with Martin, but a primary argument repeated ad nauseam is that by getting out of a car Zimmerman proved that he wasn’t willing to let the police handle things. The fact that this argument sounds utterly absurd coming from clowns who refused to let the Ferguson police do their job is beside the point. At some point one has to deal with whether or not Zimmerman even had the right to get out of a car when Martin was walking around the park.

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        • rsmith1776 says:

          Yes.

          Also, where IN THE LAW is there a reference to “by getting out of a car Zimmerman proved that he wasn’t willing to let the police handle things”?

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          • PatrickSMcNally says:

            Although it certainly is not in the law, but if you read over that moronic report by Serino that is reproduced right above he basically does try to say exactly that.

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        • Anubis says:

          Cant get out of your car in your own gated community neighborhood where you know most of the people except for a woman’s boyfriend’s son whose mom kicked him out?

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  27. Father Paul Lemmen says:

    Reblogged this on A Conservative Christian Man.

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  28. Linda says:

    Makes me wish I was a lawyer in the state of Florida so I could sue them all on behalf of George.

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  29. Roy says:

    George needs a legal foundation to take his case. It’s too much for a single law firm.

    Is there any legal foundation who might handle this type of case?

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  30. skeptiktank says:

    One person who has somehow escaped scrutiny in this case is Judge Herr. He read Corey’s charging affidavit, and saw no reason to question it, even though Dershowitz thought it was a joke.I wonder how well he sleeps after seeing entirety of the evidence presented at the trial?

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    • nivico says:

      Judges necessarily have to presume that officers of the court such as Corey are being honest with them… the problem with the affidavit was that Corey’s office wasn’t being honest and they withheld information from the judge. As written, the judge pretty much had to agree with the affidavit that there was probable cause for an arrest.

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  31. Not sure what hasn’t been seen before in this but then again so much of it I’ve tried to detach myself from. Regardless, I find it all so ironic that so many blacks think this is how “the system” works against them when in reality I think one would be hard pressed to find just one example of a man where so many forces aligned to destroy him merely for defending himself. He survived it all, sort of, this is true yet nothing really has changed and shows no signs that it will.

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    • Coast says:

      So very true…and so ironic as you said. If anything, the system worked unfairly FOR blacks…if working for injustice serves anyone, regardless of race.

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  32. bob e says:

    diwataman .. they be up all in it ..

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  33. springstreet says:

    George, As I’m sure you read the letters from your Treehouse supporters, let me offer you a better response to the accusation of your “following” Trayvon Martin: As you left for the grocery store, a neighbor’s car (who was never interviewed) pulled out and both of your headlights illuminated a hoodied figure in stone washed (blue) jeans. Neither of you followed this “late teens, early twenties” person … or described him his as tall. Now, according to the Prosecution, the very tall Trayvon Martin had supposedly just stopped on his way home … BUT … the street side security cameras recorded no tan pants, looks black, seventeen year old WALKING anywhere. Why? Because, Trayvon was DRIVEN to the 7/11 then came in the “back gate” just as his father blurted out on TV. And the car? It is forever recorded in the same security footage.
    So, who drove the car … and who put his hand “in his pants” and (suggestively) circled your car? Answer: the same “responsible cousin” who had a problem with “ass crackas” and knew Trayvon (back on the porch) had exactly 22 dollars in his wallet (that conveniently disappeared).
    Yes, you “followed” the less aggressive Boobie Martin (who first tweeted that he last saw Trayvon on Saturday night … then told the police he went with Trayvon to the 7/11 on Sunday morning).

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  34. nivico says:

    “On 2/28/2012 at 1030 hours, I met with Tracy B. Martin (next-of-kin) to the decedent, Trayvon Martin, and Brandy McClendon (Tracy Martin’s Fiancee)…” – Serino (from page 4 of the 2nd document link)

    ??? McClendon ???

    Is this a typo… I thought Brandy’s last name was Green?

    Witness #14’s last name was McLendon (though it was initially being reported by Matt Gutman that his last name was Brown – http://abcnews.go.com/US/trayvon-martin-shooter-teenager-gun/story?id=16000239 ).

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  35. Sandra says:

    George, your parents must be very very proud of you. I don’t even know you and I’m proud of you. You are a fine upstanding citizen.

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