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Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by stormspotter, May 17, 2012.
At this very moment countless millions of young adults have THC in their bodies. At this moment countless millions of adults have THC in their bodies. Is someone planning on charging a dead man with a misdemeanor?
Well it does explain why he was out buying skittles.
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Duh, so what. What about the killer? It's too bad he was let off the hook for such things.
Also, the fact there was THC in system in no way means the killed teen was guilty of anything. Other than being in the right place at the wrong time.
Pot makes people paranoid. When people get paranoid, they do stupid things.
It also shows a glimpse of his character, or lack thereof.
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I expect this from you Bruce, but what about the pictures of Zimmermans injuries? And the eye witness accounts mentioned?
Like 'patrol' the streets and 'confront' persons of interest*?
*interest is in the eye of the beholder
I wonder if you'd be so blasé if it were Zimmerman's blood that they found the THC in...
Not Bruce, but...It means, although Trayvon had traces of THC in him, he wasn't stoned at the time of the encounter. Otherwise, things would have been 'cool'.
THC and a high level of lead.
Well, there was the whole ambushing a guy, pinning him to the concrete and beating him thing. But, whose paying attention to that?
Neighborhood burglaries also make people paranoid, except it is justified paranoia.. unlike with pot.
In the 911 call, Zimmerman thought Martin was acting as though he was on drugs. Seems that this is another development that supports Zimmerman's assessment at the time.
Hmmmm... you're pretty sharp.
THC stays in one's body for up to 30 days after smoking or ingesting cannabis. The implication is that he was high at the time of the incident but that's pure speculation. It only proves that he enjoyed weed like many millions of other Americans of all races and socio-economic backgrounds.
Zimmerman on ground and Martin on top beating him via Eye witness.
Zimmerman yelling for help seems to mean he didn't want to shoot Martin.
That and, "Another witness says he heard someone say "I've got a gun, I've got a gun," and "take my gun from me"". If this is true and the fact that George said Trayvon saw his gun, indicates he was trying to get the gun out of the situation.
The THC in Trayvon's system proves beyond all doubt that he never assaulted Zimmerman. People who smoke dope are very creative, mellow and never engage in confrontational or violent acts of any kind.
Oh yeah. He was mad with drugs. That boy (his gender, not 'race') had Reefer Madness!!