Zimmerman Trial: Prosecutors Lay Foundation for Civil Lawsuit in Post Verdict News Conference

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Prosecutors overcharged and overreached in the prosecution of George Zimmerman. However, in the post verdict Zimmerman DAnews conference last night, the woman responsible for overcharging Zimmerman, telegraphed to the family what she believes is the foundation for a civil lawsuit against the exonerated defendant. And here we go again.

On one hand prosecutor Angela Coury says the case ‘has never been about race or about the right to bear arms.’ Which, as we know, is laughable on its face because these issues have always been at the forefront of the prosecution, Justice Department, professional race baiters’ efforts as a sideshow to these proceedings.

Martin’s parents are considering bringing a civil case against Zimmerman and Al Sharpton has asked  Attorney General Eric Holder to begin a Federal Civil Rights case against Zimmerman. 

Look at 17:06 when Corey adds to the discussion of Trayvon Martin having every right to be where he was (see previous post here) and then she sends a message to the Martin family,

“…Trayvon Martin was profiled. There was no doubt that he was profiled to be a criminal. And if race was one of the aspects in George Zimmerman’s mind, then we believe we put out the proof necessary to show that Zimmerman did profile Trayvon Martin.”

There’s your sign.

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  1. From the internet – additional information

    12 Things Trayvon Martin should not have done to be declared a sweet child.

    1. Don’t have pictures on social media, or on your cell phone, of your holding guns like a gangsta.
    2. Don’t have multiple pictures of your inhaling weed floating around on either social media or in your cell phone where the police can retrieve them and use them against you.
    3. When you do flip off the camera, go with the one-hand F-you, rather than the double finger fongool. The double-finger F-you is too over the top. One F-you should suffice as it’ll show that you are a gentleman that has restraint and are an innocent soul, almost … child like
    4. Don’t call a neighborhood-watch volunteer a “creepy-ass cracker” just before you assault him.
    5. While we’re on the topic of friends, be careful to establish credible friendships with young men and young women who don’t talk smack in court to lawyers, appear horrid on television, who can read cursive and they’re not … uh … um … inconsistent in their testimony.
    6. Try to limit how many times you say, “motherf’er” on Twitter as it looks un-childlike when it’s thrust into the court of public opinion.
    7. Don’t say the N-word all the time in your tweets. It’s considered rude and it could cost you a future cooking show.
    8. Speaking of Twitter, don’t choose a handle like “NO_LIMIT_NIGGA” as it makes it difficult for the state’s attorneys in their prosecution, and for the media, to pawn you off as a mere lad that likes multi-colored, fruit flavored confectionaries and artificially flavored and sweetened canned teas.
    9 On social media I would not say you, “wanna experience a white girl”, or mention that a particular young girl is adept at fellatio. I would just stay away from all tweeting about fornication and violence.
    10. While at school, try not to get suspended for spray painting the children’s lockers with “WTF”, especially if you have in your current possession stuff like twelve articles of stolen women’s jewelry and a big-ass screw driver used for breaking into homes.
    11. Regarding cellular telephonic decorum, don’t take pictures of pot plants, illegal guns or talk about buying illicit .22 or .380 caliber handguns from your youthful mates 12. While we’re on the topic of school, try not to bring your weed and weed pipe to school. If you do need to bring your hooch to school for your frequent panic attacks, or just to take the edge off the difficulties of the de rigueur of public education, try to conceal it better so you don’t get caught.

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