Apr 12, 2013 at 08:05:27
“You mean Zimmerman? Yes, it was obvious from the way he was talking, slurring his words and all. Too bad they didn't do a drug test on him, the shooter. Martin had nothing in his system but some marijuana from days to a week earlier. So you must mean Zimmerman. He sure sounded high on that phone.”
Apr 12, 2013 at 07:57:57
“You do, of course, realize that in his own handwritten statement, GZ acknowledged he was told not to follow. There are reasons suggestions such as this are made. They are to keep people from getting hurt or hurting others. Regardless if he was under no legal requirement to follow that suggestion, the fact is, if he had, this wouldn't have happened. It is a common sense thing. It is like if your parents tell you not to do something stupid, you may have no legal obligation to listen to them, but when something stupid happens, don't come crying. Same thing here. He was told not to follow (again, even GZ acknowledged in his own handwritten statement that he knew "We don't need you to do that" meant to not follow) which was good advice, meant to protect him or someone else. He didn't take that advice and now he is crying.”
“So you are saying it is okay to kill people because they go to heaven so what the heck, let's just kill people? I am not a Christian, and I am not a praying person per se, but when you ask what good prayers are since they don't work anyway, what exactly is it you think they should do? It gives the family comfort to know they are not alone. It is love, it is fellowship, it is caring, and if you don't know what good that does for people, you might have a screw loose.”
darlinsass on Feb 6, 2013 at 10:56:58
“Hi rachel. :-) There's no question about the loose scew. More like immature p-nk who's parents don't know what it's up to!”
“LOL - well isn't that convenient. Still does not explain why his church has not rallied around him. And I would appreciate it if you would show me the evidence of his advocating on behalf of a black homeless man, because someone saying it on a blog is not evidence. So far, I have only heard GZ saying he did this with others repeating it, but I can't find anything to actually suggest that he did that. So please show me this "overwhelming" evidence. And it still does not take away the fact that HE has a documented history of violence, etc.”
emeraldcircle on Dec 2, 2012 at 01:19:15
“There are links on the blog. Do you want me to click them for you, too?
A push of a guy in plain clothes manhandling his friend, and a retaliatory slap.
Murdering little black boys in cold blood is the next logical progression.”
“Then why hasn't his church stepped forward to help him? Where are these children he mentored? And I have yet to see real evidence of the black homeless man he advocated for.
But don't forget his criminal history - just because the charges were dropped does not mean they didn't happen. Don't forget Daniel Osmun and others who have a different (first-hand) view of him.”
emeraldcircle on Dec 1, 2012 at 19:07:54
“Well, his attorney has spoken to the children and their mother, and it would be highly detrimental to the children's interests- or anyone else's- to involve themselves in a potentially volatile situation.
There is overwhelming evidence of his advocating on behalf of a black homeless man. Recordings of him talking and e-mails he sent, etc. http://wp.me/p2DFEj-b9”
polo8guy on Dec 1, 2012 at 17:54:42
“Rachael, because it's not true.
No one from the church remembers George participating in the Herman Ware incident.
George has a very active fantasy life that he demonstrated during the NEN call during the night he shot Trayvon.”
Nov 30, 2012 at 17:35:36
“No, really you could not have. His father still lived there and he could have been there for reasons other than the suspension. Trayvon had every right to visit his father, suspension or not, so you don't know that he would not have been there otherwise. That is a stupid correlation. Nothing would happen to anyone every if they weren't somewhere when it happened. GZ had every right to call the police if he thought someone looked suspicious, however, he is not a cop and had no right to determine GZ WAS suspicious. Police are allowed to use reasonable suspicion. They are given that right because of their job, their training and experience. GZ was not a cop. If he felt that Trayon looked so suspicious, like he was up to no good, like he did not know what his deal was, he should have stayed put and never gotten out of the car. He could have said he didn't have an address for where he was and left it at that. He could have waited right there for the police. But he did not. For someone who knew the rules about NW (not saying he was on patrol, because I know he "claims" he was not, but someone who knew the rules and as someone with criminal justice and minimal LE knowledge, he knew better.”
RickyJ on Dec 2, 2012 at 18:40:03
“I guess you are arguing that it is Zimmerman's fault that Martin lurked around instead of going home. The trouble is that it was perfectly legal for Zimmerman to get out of his car to see if he could see where Martin went. You also think Zimmerman had no right to determine that he was going to get beaten to death unless he shot Martin?”
didy8369 on Dec 1, 2012 at 12:20:32
“Rachael, it's my belief that the moment the killer called in a suspicious person, he then PUT himself on duty, and there-in he broke the #1 rule: NO WEAPONS.”
Nov 30, 2012 at 17:24:57
“What injuries? And Trayvon's school problems have nothing to do with this - unless you think we should just go to high schools and start shooting kids with problems. But one does have to wonder about the shooter and his problems. And there are LOTS of them. But then, you know all about his history, so no point in rehashing it here. There is nothing that shows me a preponderance of evidence that Zimmerman acted in self-defense, but there is enough to make me have beyond a reasonable doubt that he did not.”
Fussmugit on Dec 1, 2012 at 14:51:09
“You got that one correct Kat...By Z repeating his lies continuously in hopes of making it a fact puts him in the sociopathic range.”
Kat Scharps on Dec 1, 2012 at 00:36:02
“People that continue to dispute there were injuries are either in denial of facts or out and out liars. Repeating a lie continuously in hopes of making it a fact puts you in the sociopathic range.”
Nov 30, 2012 at 17:17:24
“Did you read the written statement by GZ in evidence? HE himself stated that the dispatcher told him not to follow. Just what the heck do you think that "we don't need you to do that" means? Even GZ himself acknowledged IN WRITING that he understood that.
You probably should look at the evidence if you are going to discuss it.”
didy8369 on Dec 1, 2012 at 10:56:05
“Some days the repetition from them is alarming huh Rachael?
No matter how many times they spew and spin lies, they do not realize that this won't turn them into truths... NEVER... will they become truths just because the killer's supporters spew them.......
Great post, great points, nice to see you my dear.”
Nov 30, 2012 at 17:13:11
“When you send a thank you note to people who donate, it is good manners. When you ADVERTIZE that you will send a signed note to people who donate when you did not send such to donors before, it is not only bad manners and tacky, it is selling. If he was doing it because he is such a good and kind person, he would not advertise it, he would just do it. He is selling it. And, yes, he will be convicted.”
didy8369 on Dec 1, 2012 at 10:42:08
“I love it when you tell it like it is Miss Rachael, great post, faved, already fanned!”