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Old 05-13-2016, 08:09 AM
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Ive got a "SNIPER" bid in at 70mil
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Old 05-13-2016, 08:33 AM
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Originally Posted by TipsyMcStagger View Post
Since everyone who wasn't there loves to speculate, I'll play along;

One can assume Zimmerman "did not ask to be attacked and to have to defend himself."

One can also assume if he had done what he was told by the 911 dispatcher, there would have been no "attack" and no need for self defense.

Dispatcher - “Are you following him?”

Zimmerman - “Yeah,”

Dispatcher - “We don’t need you to do that.”
Once again, that is no reason to be attacked. No matter how you want to argue EVERYTHING he did was legal or appears to be. Watching someone in your neighborhood is NOT illegal and dispatchers are NOT the police or LE. Evidence points to the other fella as the aggressor. ... case closed...

We can dance around semantics of found not guilty and proven innocent but in some cases they are one and the same unless you are found not guilty on a technicality. Many experts have commented this case should have never gone to trial...

BTW There are VERY few types of cases that you can truely prove yourself innocent per se...so not guilty is the same as when the jury clears you

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Old 05-13-2016, 09:03 AM
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Zimmerman is about a half million in debt for defending himself from a charge that was politically motivated. I am not upset that he is trying to get out from under that debt.
All indications are that Trayvonn was exactly what Zimmerman suspected him of being, a dangerous thug with a history of burglary. Zimmerman did what he was supposed to do. He called the police and attempted to observe the suspect from a distance until the police arrived. If the response time was a minute sooner, the police may have been the ones shooting Martin.
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Old 05-13-2016, 09:11 AM
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Originally Posted by TipsyMcStagger View Post
Since everyone who wasn't there loves to speculate, I'll play along;

One can assume Zimmerman "did not ask to be attacked and to have to defend himself."

One can also assume if he had done what he was told by the 911 dispatcher, there would have been no "attack" and no need for self defense.

Dispatcher - “Are you following him?”

Zimmerman - “Yeah,”

Dispatcher - “We don’t need you to do that.”
The jury verdict is not speculation.
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Old 05-13-2016, 09:16 AM
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Originally Posted by Jersus View Post
The jury verdict is not speculation.
Plus, if I remember correctly, they were there in the courtroom.
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He's an unemployed Latin male make that sells paintings for 100k, drives a 2014 ridgeline, been arrested 11 times (including fighting with cops), beats his wifes(gf).

If he doesn't kill treyvon you people would hate him and say he's the problem with the US.

if I was him I'd be in Germany or Peru (he can get citizenship) change my name and go back to writing mortgages.
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Originally Posted by richinct View Post
BTW...he was not "proven innocent", he was 'not found guilty', big difference
People seem to forget that.

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Old 05-13-2016, 09:52 AM
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Auctioning off the gun for high dollars won't work for Zimmerman. He is being effectively thwarted by a hailstorm of bogus bids. Eventually he will realize that he cannot do this on public auction site. Some Texas millionaire will foolishly spend for it.
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Originally Posted by richinct View Post
So was OJ

BTW...he was not "proven innocent", he was 'not found guilty', big difference
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People seem to forget that.

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Actually he was found "not guilty".
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Old 05-13-2016, 10:09 AM
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Originally Posted by The Kid View Post
People seem to forget that.

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Lol. Tell me how you PROVE your.innocence then??? Astonish me
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Old 05-13-2016, 10:14 AM
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Originally Posted by Cracker View Post
Lol. Tell me how you PROVE your.innocence then??? Astonish me
Google it.
Not guilty means that there was not enough evidence to move a juror beyond a reasonable doubt. Innocent means that one has not committed a crime. A jury doesn't find a person innocent.
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Originally Posted by aln View Post
Google it.
Not guilty means that there was not enough evidence to move a juror beyond a reasonable doubt. Innocent means that one has not committed a crime. A jury doesn't find a person innocent.
Exactly !!! I think most of us know what a jury can and can't do, I was wanting one of them to answer . Once again, proving your innocence is in most cases impossible but to say that not guilty is different is not fair to the accused either. It is a true travesty to see someone charged when evidence just does not support it. It is very scary to hear some of these prosecutors talk about their THEORIES

While I admit I never have all the details in all these cases but it is more than a rarity to see people charged in cases that sure don't appear to have much evidence. I have seen way too many on these investigative shows where I truely don't see it and I am pro prosecution. ..

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Old 05-13-2016, 10:50 AM
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Just seen the other posting.

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If the gun is getting bids of $65M, I wonder how much the bag of Skittles would bring at auction?
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If any of you think this auction is real, you might be interested in a bridge near NY
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Originally Posted by pokeytwins View Post
If any of you think this auction is real, you might be interested in a bridge near NY
Is said bridge called the Golden Gate?
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I'm betting Sudden Strike Fishing has the high bid.
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Originally Posted by aln View Post
Google it.
Not guilty means that there was not enough evidence to move a juror beyond a reasonable doubt. Innocent means that one has not committed a crime. A jury doesn't find a person innocent.
Correct me if I'm wrong but I'm not.

Under the Presumption of Innocence which is a principle of the American Judicial System an individual is presumed innocent until proved guilty. So Zimmerman is legally innocent whether you like it or not.
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Originally Posted by mikefloyd View Post
Correct me if I'm wrong but I'm not.

Under the Presumption of Innocence which is a principle of the American Judicial System an individual is presumed innocent until proved guilty. So Zimmerman is legally innocent whether you like it or not.
I sure like the way you put things

Oh, you forgot to drop the mic on your way out
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Originally Posted by mikefloyd View Post
Correct me if I'm wrong but I'm not.

Under the Presumption of Innocence which is a principle of the American Judicial System an individual is presumed innocent until proved guilty. So Zimmerman is legally innocent whether you like it or not.
Absolutely and correct...nice job sir...
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