Trayvon Martin is dead solely because he was black; George Zimmerman walked free because he is not!

Trayvon Martin was killed by George Zimmerman solely because Trayvon was African American. Zimmerman targeted the kid from the minute he set his eyes upon him; he got out his vehicle even though the Police told him not to follow the kid; Zimmerman got into a confrontation with Trayvon and when he found himself in trouble, he shot the kid.


The WHITE Juror that spoke with Anderson Cooper, she along with the other Jurors vindicated George Zimmerman but found Trayvon Martin guilty. The 99 million dollar question is; “Why did the Prosecutors agree on five white women and one Hispanic?” They knew that George Zimmerman was part Hispanic, so the question begs an answer as to why?


The Juror that gave the interview to Anderson Cooper revealed in her own words even though she chose to hide in the dark, that she was going to vindicate George Zimmerman even before the deliberation ended and blame it on the deceased teenager. Even after praising Zimmerman endlessly she was asked by Anderson; “Do you feel sorry for Trayvon Martin? She said; “I feel sorry for the both of them!” Just imagine, the teenager lost his life to a crazed and deranged lunatic and she, the Juror, couldn’t even bring herself to say that she felt sorry for the teenager without adding Zimmerman.


To the many people that responded to my Monday’s remarks on CNN web site about Trayvon Martin being a thug, just wait until another Zimmerman does to your child what he did to Trayvon, then and only then, you would put away your prejudice, and realize the true meaning of “injustice.”


“Every step Mr. Martin took toward the end of his too-short life was defined by his race. I do not have to believe that Mr. Zimmerman is a hate-filled racist to recognize that he would probably not even have noticed Mr. Martin if he had been a casually dressed white teenager.

But because Mr. Martin was one of those “punks” who “always get away,” as Mr. Zimmerman characterized him in a call to the police, Mr. Zimmerman felt he was justified in following him. After all, a young black man matched the criminal descriptions, not just in local police reports, but in those most firmly lodged in Mr. Zimmerman’s imagination.”



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