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April 04, 2012

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OT, but sexy Russian spy Anna Chapman was arrested by the FBI in 2010 and sent back home because she was "getting too close" to a member of Obama's cabinet. I wonder who it was? Perhaps we should have hung on to Anna and sent the Russians the cabinet member.

http://pjmedia.com/tatler/2012/04/03/which-obama-official-was-sexy-russian-spythang-anna-chapman-getting-too-close-to/

Duplicate link to Sanford Herald instead of Gucci Little Piggy

[HS: OK, I fixed that.]

Zimmerman may have been acting rationally, but not past the point where he engaged a potentially dangerous person by tracking him physically and getting in such close proximity.

Knowing how to handle a pistol is one thing. Knowing how to handle a potentially dangerous subject is another thing altogether. Zimmerman clearly lacked that training and nearly got himself killed doing it. Trayvon wasn't so lucky.

[HS: Zimmerman probably though he was a burglar or vandal rather than a dangerous violent person. There isn't any reason to think one would get beaten up just for asking someone what they are doing in the community.]

"he himself has been a victim of crime."

the police chief himself was a victim of crime! amazing. i wonder what it was. my guess is assault and battery.

the more i learn about this case, the more pissed i get at black people.

I'm curious if there is a trial, could zimmerman's defense team bring up all of this information of Martin's recent past history to try and establish that Zimmerman was legitamite in thinking Martin was a suspicious character? Is that something a judge would allow?

[HS: Martin's propensity for violence and law-breaking makes it more likely that he punched Zimmerman first.

Because our system values the rights of defendants, there is a LOT more leeway with respect to what a defendant is allowed to introduce. Only in rape trials are defendants limited with respect to what evidence they can introduce about the victim.]

HS, you don't think a YBM burglar or vandal is a potentially dangerous person? I don't think you have as much experience with YBMs as you claim.

@ Kurtosis

Often knowing someone has spotted them or seen their face is enough to deter most would be criminals especially burglars.

Lol, no one thought he was a nut because he called 911. They thought he was a nut when he IGNORED what the operator told him to do.

[HS: That's one of those false memes made up by the mainstream media.

If you actually listen to the call, the operator says "are you following him" and GZ says "yeah" (if I recall correctly) and the operator says "you don't need to do that" and GZ then says "OK" and there's no indication he ignored the advice.

Trayvon then came back to pay him a visit while GZ was walking back to his car.]

@ conquistador: a rational, calculating cat-burglar might be deterred by what you say, but we are talking about high-testosterone, low future-time-orientation YBMs.

I realize that I am monday morning quarterbacking here, but my comments are more to deter would-be zimmermans from trying to play hero in the future.

"HS: That's one of those false memes made up by the mainstream media.

If you actually listen to the call, the operator says "are you following him" and GZ says "yeah" (if I recall correctly) and the operator says "you don't need to do that" and GZ then says "OK" and there's no indication he ignored the advice."

Insider was there witnessing the whole thing. That's how he knows all details yet didn't think it necessary to actually listen to the 911 call.

"the operator says "you don't need to do that" and GZ then says "OK" and there's no indication he ignored the advice." "

exactly. huge point. either wagist or glp explains this pretty well.

the original story that a racist white man hunted down and murdered an innocent black boy with skittles is such a joke, i don't even know what to do.

Zimmerman also chose not to meet with police at his home and instead said he'd tell them where he was. That's an indication.

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