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Judge in George Zimmerman case offers to recuse herself

Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by DOC44, Apr 13, 2012.

  1. DOC44

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  2. LASTRESORT20

    LASTRESORT20 LongTerm-Guy

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    Tough being an honest Judge these days....*If & when... by chance...more & "all" the "doctored lies" become exposed....it would be tough releasing an inocent man who was defending himself.....No one wants a bounty put on them with out any protection from the DOJ....
     


  3. Gunnut 45/454

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    I have to agree. This is going to be worse the the Casey Anthony case.:rofl:
     
  4. LASTRESORT20

    LASTRESORT20 LongTerm-Guy

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    "Hope & Change" & entitlements = `s Liberal Legalized Bounty on yo head if you disagree....
     
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    Gunnut:

    Check out the The "Duke Lacrosse Case" it is a fitting example....
     
  7. samurairabbi

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    I will raise your bet: I predict this will be worse than Rodney King. (showing my age)
     
  8. Casey Anthony went free.

    Zimmerman will go down but only because they are afraid of the unrest that would follow.

    Does not really matter whether or not he did it for self defense or it was murder. Big media and the freak show has already convicted the man.

    - brickboy240
     
  9. DOC44

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    OJ went free because they were afraid of the unrest that would follow.

    What a bunch of wuzzies.

    Doc44
     
  10. oldman11

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    It looks to me like the Black Panthers have everyone running scared. Also the fact that Obama butted in and tried defending the kid and he has all the political people worried if they oppose him.
     
  11. oldman11

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    The sacrificial lamb.
     
  12. snerd

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    Sorry about the duplicate thread, old bean. I missed yours before posting. I hate when that happens!
     
  13. Jonesee

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    So you believe the jurors in the OJ Simpson trial were told to, or decided on their own, to acquit because of possible civil unrest following their verdict. And, that thought took priority over all evidence they had seen?

    I believe OJ is as guilty as the day is long. But I also think you are listening to conspiracy theorists too much.

    I believe the jurors were idiots and the prosecution failed. There wasn't a plot to acquit to prevent social unrest.
     
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  14. samurairabbi

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    A better example of outside influence on a jury might be the Reginald Denny beating trial in the wake of the Rodney King riots. The jury returned a minimal Mayhem verdict against Damian "Football" Williams, even though they acknowledged the evidence was solid for for a MAJOR felony verdict. Post-trial jury interviews brought statements that thoughts of more riots were in their minds.
     
  15. DOC44

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    Not listening to anyone. My thought as I watched the trial and the daily congregation gathered outside the court house. Agree, the prosecution failed but I still think that some if not all of the people on the jury thought what would happen IF. Happen to the city and maybe to them personally.

    Doc44
     
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  16. OJ got off because of the blacks on the jury. They really didn't care that a white woman and Jewish man had been murdered.

    Zimmerman will never be convicted. Unrest or not.
     
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  17. rgregoryb

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    'crew the panthers, the big show on 4/9 was a flop.......
     
  18. ICARRY2

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    Ditto!
     
  19. Woofie

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    I had a business law teacher who thinks the jury acquitted to punish the state for being treated like prisoners for the entire trial. Doesn't sound unreasonable to me.