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April 03, 2012

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All I know is that the police dispatch advised Zimmerman (not a Jew) to not follow the Martin kid. To add insult to injury, the police conducted the investigation like a bunch of amateurs, sending narcotics investigators, instead of homicide detectives, to the scene of the murder. I think a better investigation might have been conducted in Aruba, maybe... speaking of maybe, maybe Zimmerman had a cut on his head as a result of fighting with Martin. However if Zimmerman didn't follow Martin, as he was instructed not to do, then Martin wouldn't have had a reason to feel threatened and fight with him in the first place, if in fact he even did. In my opinion, the ones to blame most of all are the police, who should have arrested Zimmerman right away, because he followed Martin, and they knew he did based on the 911 call Zimmerman made to announce he was pursuing Martin, and then shot him to death; and if you disagree with me sir, then you are a nazi, socialist, racist, homophobic, anti-semite, fascist and possibly a God hating atheist!

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George Zimmerman had every justified reason for using dangerous power against an enemy who was viciously defeating him.

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