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« #5685 : September 15, 2013, 08:12:56 AM »

CBWx2,
Pretty sure Zimm likes the cats...........



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« #5686 : September 15, 2013, 11:27:09 AM »

Divorces can be contentious? Truly that is a revelation.

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« #5687 : September 16, 2013, 03:09:11 PM »

Divorces can be contentious? Truly that is a revelation.

Seriously, with the death threats and circus surrounding Zimmerman as this thread alone proves why would any family member wish to stay close to the guy.? 

Personal survival is usually #1for most unless of course you are one of those stupid  ignorant crazy Terrorist Muslims that are more afraid of Pork Fat than death.


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« #5688 : September 16, 2013, 03:12:26 PM »

Im all for keeping a gun out of Nutty McNutterson's hands.

All you need to fear from me is threatening to give you a succulent  pulled pork sandwich, or in your case some gator tacos!  :D  Mighty fine eating.. 

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« #5689 : September 16, 2013, 04:28:56 PM »

Florida police chief: George Zimmerman is ‘a Sandy Hook waiting to happen’

A series of indiscreet emails by a Florida police chief has revealed his belief that Trayvon Martin’s killer George Zimmerman is a volatile character who is “a Sandy Hook waiting to happen”.

Steve Bracknell is the chief of the Lake Mary police department, which is investigating Zimmerman, 29, for allegedly threatening his estranged wife, Shellie, and his father-in-law with a gun on Monday.
In an email exchange with a Lake Mary resident critical of the department’s initial decision not to arrest or charge Zimmerman, Bracknell appears to agree with the writer’s description of Zimmerman, acquitted in July of murdering Martin, an unarmed black teenager, as “a ticking time bomb”.

“Zimmerman is a Sandy Hook, Aurora waiting to happen,” the resident, Santiago Rodriguez, told Bracknell in his first email, seeking an explanation for why Lake Mary officers did not charge Zimmerman.
“Your reference to Sandy Hook … I agree,” Bracknell replied.

At the end of a follow-up email urging Bracknell not to “give up” on the investigation, Rodriguez wrote: “Sooner or later another mother and father is going to be on CNN lashing out against the system due to this man snapping.”

Bracknell replied: “As for your final thoughts, again, on a personal note, I agree.”

Neither the police chief, nor his department’s spokesman, Zach Hudson, responded to a request from the Guardian for comment Friday, but the political blog ThinkProgress, which published the email exchange on Thursday night, said Bracknell confirmed the messages were authentic.

It followed an off-the-cuff comment Bracknell made to a reporter from Los Angeles on Monday in response to the massive media interest in the confrontation between George and Shellie Zimmerman at her father’s house in Lake Mary.


“Man, it would be fantastic if you had an apartment out there [in California] for George Zimmerman. This guy is killing me,” he said.

And in one of the emails to Rodriguez, he insists: “Rest assured, the last thing on planet earth I want is any relationship with the Zimmermans. Period.”

Police said on Wednesday that no decision would be made for many weeks if Zimmerman should face charges over the incident, in which Shellie Zimmerman called 911 to report he was threatening her and her father with a gun.

http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/09/13/florida-police-chief-george-zimmerman-is-a-sandy-hook-waiting-to-happen/

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"Bang the link" below and read the email. Chief Bracknell's response is interesting. Humorous even.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/167674421/Zimmerman-Lake-Mary-Emails

Just another conspiracy against Zimmy. The guy's a hero for crying out loud. He saved an entire neighborhood of people from having to taste the rainbow.

Funny thing is, you posted this on Friday and got no response, yet if a news story broke tomorrow that George Zimmerman saved a cat that was stuck in a tree there would be a new thread dedicated to it, and about ten faithful posters +1'ing each other about what a swell guy that Zimmy is and demanding an apology from Al Sharpton. Reality is sometimes stranger than fiction.

Not wanting to state the obvious, but you have a black Police Chief who was hired specifically to placate/repair relations with the local black residents, what exactly would you expect him to say?

Personally I don't blame the guy or hold it against it, but at the same time it shouldn't exactly be a  revelation. That's why most past it by.

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« #5690 : September 16, 2013, 11:30:34 PM »

Florida police chief: George Zimmerman is ‘a Sandy Hook waiting to happen’

A series of indiscreet emails by a Florida police chief has revealed his belief that Trayvon Martin’s killer George Zimmerman is a volatile character who is “a Sandy Hook waiting to happen”.

Steve Bracknell is the chief of the Lake Mary police department, which is investigating Zimmerman, 29, for allegedly threatening his estranged wife, Shellie, and his father-in-law with a gun on Monday.
In an email exchange with a Lake Mary resident critical of the department’s initial decision not to arrest or charge Zimmerman, Bracknell appears to agree with the writer’s description of Zimmerman, acquitted in July of murdering Martin, an unarmed black teenager, as “a ticking time bomb”.

“Zimmerman is a Sandy Hook, Aurora waiting to happen,” the resident, Santiago Rodriguez, told Bracknell in his first email, seeking an explanation for why Lake Mary officers did not charge Zimmerman.
“Your reference to Sandy Hook … I agree,” Bracknell replied.

At the end of a follow-up email urging Bracknell not to “give up” on the investigation, Rodriguez wrote: “Sooner or later another mother and father is going to be on CNN lashing out against the system due to this man snapping.”

Bracknell replied: “As for your final thoughts, again, on a personal note, I agree.”

Neither the police chief, nor his department’s spokesman, Zach Hudson, responded to a request from the Guardian for comment Friday, but the political blog ThinkProgress, which published the email exchange on Thursday night, said Bracknell confirmed the messages were authentic.

It followed an off-the-cuff comment Bracknell made to a reporter from Los Angeles on Monday in response to the massive media interest in the confrontation between George and Shellie Zimmerman at her father’s house in Lake Mary.


“Man, it would be fantastic if you had an apartment out there [in California] for George Zimmerman. This guy is killing me,” he said.

And in one of the emails to Rodriguez, he insists: “Rest assured, the last thing on planet earth I want is any relationship with the Zimmermans. Period.”

Police said on Wednesday that no decision would be made for many weeks if Zimmerman should face charges over the incident, in which Shellie Zimmerman called 911 to report he was threatening her and her father with a gun.

http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/09/13/florida-police-chief-george-zimmerman-is-a-sandy-hook-waiting-to-happen/

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"Bang the link" below and read the email. Chief Bracknell's response is interesting. Humorous even.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/167674421/Zimmerman-Lake-Mary-Emails

Just another conspiracy against Zimmy. The guy's a hero for crying out loud. He saved an entire neighborhood of people from having to taste the rainbow.

Funny thing is, you posted this on Friday and got no response, yet if a news story broke tomorrow that George Zimmerman saved a cat that was stuck in a tree there would be a new thread dedicated to it, and about ten faithful posters +1'ing each other about what a swell guy that Zimmy is and demanding an apology from Al Sharpton. Reality is sometimes stranger than fiction.

Not wanting to state the obvious, but you have a black Police Chief who was hired specifically to placate/repair relations with the local black residents, what exactly would you expect him to say?

Personally I don't blame the guy or hold it against it, but at the same time it shouldn't exactly be a  revelation. That's why most past it by.

CBW and Durango only live in America conditionally.  They believe in the Constitution, but only in as much as it doesn't impact their personal views or politics. 

A fundamental precept of criminal law, and the reason its so difficult to get character evidence in front of a jury, is that citizens of this country go to jail ONLY if they are convicted of committing crimes, not just because they are "bad" people. As illustrated over and over again in this thread, CBW and Durango would gladly suspend  that core principle of American jurisprudence just to get their pound of flesh

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« #5691 : October 30, 2013, 08:19:40 PM »

It wouldn't have any effect on this case since Zimmerman wasn't "on duty" when the incident took place.

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« #5692 : October 30, 2013, 10:22:09 PM »

The only thing "retarded" is your response.

It won't have any effect on future cases like the one that was the subject of this thread and it would not have had any effect on the case that was the subject of this thread if it was in effect at the time that this case took place since Zimmerman was not "on duty" at the time that the shooting took place.


Does the overly simplified explanation help?

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« #5693 : November 18, 2013, 08:08:49 PM »

He was 'standing his ground' again.

http://www.tmz.com/2013/11/18/george-zimmerman-arrested-domestic-violence/

What a **CENSORED**ing piece of **CENSORED**. Now he got some chick prego.
I bet the fetus was acting su**CENSORED**ious...


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« #5694 : November 19, 2013, 12:05:16 AM »

He was 'standing his ground' again.

http://www.tmz.com/2013/11/18/george-zimmerman-arrested-domestic-violence/

What a **CENSORED**ing piece of **CENSORED**. Now he got some chick prego.
I bet the fetus was acting su**CENSORED**ious...

He's heading down the same road as OJ.

Just go move to New Hampshire, rent out Walter White's old cabin and fade into oblivion.

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« #5695 : November 19, 2013, 12:08:11 AM »

Stand up guy. Solid guy. He's a damned hero, I tell you.


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« #5696 : November 19, 2013, 12:15:27 AM »

lmao at the guys that are riled up by this news ... sour grape gang.  "swift harsh justice" . . . "his head isn't injured" . . . "he clearly said '**CENSORED**'"


Btw ... something you guys have ignored repeatedly:

"Evidence of a person’s character or character trait is not admissible to prove that on a particular occasion the person acted in accordance with the character or trait."

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« #5697 : November 19, 2013, 12:33:11 AM »

lmao at the guys that are riled up by this news ... sour grape gang.  "swift harsh justice" . . . "his head isn't injured" . . . "he clearly said '**CENSORED**'"


Btw ... something you guys have ignored repeatedly:

"Evidence of a person’s character or character trait is not admissible to prove that on a particular occasion the person acted in accordance with the character or trait."

You seem to be forgetting, you imbecile, that the trial is over. It's one thing to expect it to be ignored in court. Quite another to argue that it should be ignored in the court of public opinion. I'm sure you feel the same way about O.J. Simpson and Casey Anthony, right? Solid folks. Good folks. Society should accept them all with open arms. Give them the hero's welcome that they all deserve.


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« #5698 : November 19, 2013, 12:51:05 AM »

lmao at the guys that are riled up by this news ... sour grape gang.  "swift harsh justice" . . . "his head isn't injured" . . . "he clearly said '**CENSORED**'"


Btw ... something you guys have ignored repeatedly:

"Evidence of a person’s character or character trait is not admissible to prove that on a particular occasion the person acted in accordance with the character or trait."

You seem to be forgetting, you imbecile, that the trial is over. It's one thing to expect it to be ignored in court. Quite another to argue that it should be ignored in the court of public opinion. I'm sure you feel the same way about O.J. Simpson and Casey Anthony, right? Solid folks. Good folks. Society should accept them all with open arms. Give them the hero's welcome that they all deserve.

I think anyone who "clearly said **CENSORED**" should be dealt "swift hard justice" . . . .  unless, of course, the back of their head is injured...

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« #5699 : November 19, 2013, 01:41:50 AM »

unless, of course, the back of their head is injured by a thug druggie who picked a fight with him...

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