GunPosted on July 18, 2013    

As the discussion and debate concerning the access to, and the enjoyment of, or the conscious choice to realize the full embrace of every right afforded to law-abiding citizens by and through the United States Constitution continues, I wanted to further expand the debate on the full embrace of the 2nd Amendment with the following caveat;

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STATE OF FLORIDA V. ZIMMERMAN 7/14/2013 (Post-verdict thoughts segment 2)

Talking HeadsPosted on July 14, 2013    

STATE OF FLORIDA V. ZIMMERMAN (More and more thoughts): I was watching the various “talking heads” post verdict last night on a particular cable news outlet and the participants were getting facts about this case wrong (surprise) and as a result, in my opinion, were contributing to more confusion about FACTS about this case in terms of the historical chronology and thereby fanning what I call “the flames of ignorance” in terms of accuracy in reporting, accuracy in journalism and responsibility of being on as a broadcaster. 

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Jury Decision Consistent With Past Predominantly White Jury Verdicts:The Race of the Victim Matters Much

jury selectionYesterday I was taken aback by the comments of Sheriff Don Eslinger, the Seminole County Sheriff.  Shortly after the jury began deliberating Sheriff Eslinger convened a news conference to announce that he would not tolerate lawlessness after the verdict is announced.  It is not what he said, but how he said it. His tone was accusatory and threatening and in my view based upon negative presumptions about the African American community. 

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State of Florida v. Zimmerman: Editorial

JoeDavistaleph Haynes Davis, Esq.
I find it highly objectionable that those in the so-called black-American “civil rights” community are calling for “calm” in light of the deliberations that the jury of six women is now in the process of setting forth.

Why do these so-called “leaders” call these press conferences to make these age-old declarations raising the very hysteria that these self-appointed, self-anointed, non-elected, self-declared “representatives” claim to try to keep from happening?

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STATE OF FLORIDA V. ZIMMERMAN 7/12/2013 “Closing day”

Gavel10Posted on July 12, 2013

"Not about ‘Standing your ground’, but it is about staying in your car” – John Guy, Prosecutor, State of Florida in his Surrebuttal.


Prosecutors and defense attorneys wrapped up their closing arguments Friday in Sanford, Florida and George Zimmerman’s fate is now in the hands of the six female jurors who were chosen to decide whether he committed a crime when he shot and killed Trayvon Martin on a rainy night in Sanford on Feb. 26, 2012.

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State V. Zimmerman Notes And Thoughts 7/8/2013

As the prosecution rested its case last week, and now the defense is continuing to present its case in State of Florida v. Zimmerman this week, here is one of the observations that I made at the end of the State of Florida’s case in chief and I asked the following question (s):

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