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Exeffuemi : Many Trayvons would argue beating random joggers is .

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Geannaicelype : I would be willing to bet that over 2/3 of them haven't a clue about the trial. This just makes the stereotypical black conform to what people perceive them to be.
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ExannaMaf : It done not be a riot unless you gets to steal, yo.
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VurripsypeRip : Some people will use any excuse to steal.

This has nothing what so ever to do with the case. It's just people that will not accept the jury's decision simple because it doe's not agree with their opinion.

The fact that the jury heard and saw evidence that no one else did and based their decision on that evidence will not keep some people from thinking that they are still wrong.
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engescues : maybe they're just angry... throwing tea in a harbor may not be the best way to protest new taxes... but things happen when you get angry sometimes
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flazyzotreart : Under Holder's new Trayvon Martin laws that Obama will enact by executive order (and don't you dare object to that), it will be a civil rights violation to use the word "thug" in reference to an African American.

Even if he has the word "thug" tattooed on his chest, like this one:
Judge wants trial in baby killing before year ends
Apr. 5, 2013
'The suspect's 78-year-old great grandfather, McKinley Elkins Jr., took the witness stand and promised the judge he would personally look after his great grandson if he was released from jail pending trial.

'"I truly believe, deep down in my heart, that he will be a gentleman from this day forward," the elder Elkins said.

'But just how well the great grandfather knew Elkins was called into question when he was unable to tell District Attorney Jackie Johnson where the teenager went to school, whether he had any tattoos, or even where he lived.

'Roderic Nohilly, a Glynn County police detective, told the judge Elkins had several tattoos — a teardrop by his right eye, his mother's name on his right arm, a skull on his abdomen and the words "Thug Life" across his chest.'
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Varvef : Yes.. That works.
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Anielavs0 : No. Wal-Mart has nothing to do with this. If people feel the need to protest the verdict because they think they apparently know better than the jury that actually had to diligently study this shit for fucking days, they should do it in a civil manner.
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Graiccaky : isn't it what conservatives wanted as they keep repeating it over and over, " will they be riots" "when will blacks riot" over the internet and media in the last 4 days?
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tatocuctuaply : Maybe Eric Holder could claim Zimmerman is really Paula Deen in drag.
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