There really is so much going on in our world that it is overwhelming, from the attacks on women, to fighting off all types of mass distractions, like the gay rights debates, and have you seen who Kim Kardashian is dating? Mindless activities and gossip is deterring people from concentrating on the real issues at hand, like seeking real justice for Trayvon. Individually, we can do our part and keep one another informed on the issues that really matter. Share this message in order to remind people that this matter has not been resolved as yet.
It is said that if there is reasonable evidence to show that George Zimmerman was afraid for his life then he may not be convicted of second degree murder. They continue to talk about Trayvon’s hoodie as making him look intimidating, however, it was raining outside, and Zimmerman never showed fear on the 911 tapes. He thought because Trayvon had his hands in his pocket he looked suspicious. My question is, as a Neighborhood Watch Captain, isn’t being in situations that make you afraid part of the job? Wouldn’t this be considered Assumption of the Risk? The problem is that he was “Self Appointed” to a position that he was not ready for, nor qualified, and thus he should not be allowed to say he was afraid, because he put himself in the situation to begin with, and as a result a child is dead. I do not understand how we can allow someone to play cop, kill someone, and then say he did it because he was afraid. This is just unreal!!!! Furthermore, Zimmerman’s lack of compassion over the fact that he took a child’s life is appalling.
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I think the following blog gives a great perspective, which I also share. I hope you enjoy reading it as well. http://www.wearytravelermusings.blogspot.com/2012/05/trayvon-martin-george-zimmerman-nothing.html?m=1
George Zimmerman is scheduled to appear in court again on May 29th. As far as I am concerned, the courts should just be going through the motions, as this should be an open and shut case, minus the media hype. Racial profiling and cases of vigilante justice in America, tarnish our image and could deter businesses from wanting to come to the United States; and could also put our businesses on foreign soil at risk. As people become more and more upset with US policy over the handling of minority issues, our image as the land of opportunity is cheapened to the land of opportunity for a select few. This case can be an opportunity for our justice system to take a stand against bias justice, and move forward with correcting the issues that exist and disrupt our principles of Equal Protection Under the law.
I continue to keep the family and counselors in my prayers in order to obtain justice for Trayvon.