Thursday, April 12, 2012

Sanford riots postponed…

…giving law enforcement more time to prepare for the inevitable.

State Prosecutor Angela Corey gave her prejudice-laced decree of charges against George Zimmerman yesterday:  Second Degree Murder.

In spite of Corey’s 13-second statement that “We do not prosecute by public pressure or by petition. We prosecute based on the facts on any given case as well as the laws of the state of Florida,"  the other 20 minutes of her statement fawned over the Martin family, and all but dismissed any hope of justice for Zimmerman and his family.

Most experts predict it will be difficult for the prosecution to prove that Zimmerman did NOT act in self-defense.  HERE is one article, typical of many others, expressing this concern.

While many agree that bringing this case to trial will defuse the highly charged racist rhetoric and threat of violence, it only results in delaying the inevitable.  The facts will likely prove Zimmerman’s innocence.  Once the jury reaches that verdict, we will experience rioting in the streets by those whose actions are motivated by race and hate.  Too many black and liberal racists are stirring the pot.

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