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Old 09-09-2013, 01:08 PM  
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George Zimmerman has been taken into police custody after a domestic inciden

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George Zimmerman is being held by police after a domestic incident involving a gun, police said today.

Police in Lake Mary, Florida, said that Zimmerman is being held at a residence of a relative on suspicion of domestic battery of his estranged wife. There is a gun present at the home and police are investigating whether it was used, they said.
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Old 11-19-2013, 01:43 PM   #241
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What do you call a guy that has solicited millions of dollars from sympathizers, never paid the lawyer who got him acquitted and is now asking for the public defender?

What character traits do you admire about George Zimmerman?

Why are you backing him?
Did he solicit that money, or were there people who sympathized for him and willfully donated? If his lawyer took his case pro-bono that's on him. To my knowledge, based on what his lawyer said, he plans to collect a fee from his defamation suit from a certain media network.
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Old 11-19-2013, 01:45 PM   #242
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Did he solicit that money, or were there people who sympathized for him and willfully donated? If his lawyer took his case pro-bono that's on him. To my knowledge, based on what his lawyer said, he plans to collect a fee from his defamation suit from a certain media network.
Well then, his lawyer is much better at criminal defense than evaluating the value of a civil case involving the first amendment.
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Old 11-19-2013, 02:41 PM   #243
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Also, trusting any side going through a divorce is silly. Those opinions are worth a grain of salt.
It isn't is wife he allegedly assaulted, it was his new girlfriend. Why anybody would want to be associated with this guy is beyond me.
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Old 11-19-2013, 03:27 PM   #244
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It isn't is wife he allegedly assaulted, it was his new girlfriend. Why anybody would want to be associated with this guy is beyond me.
Same applies to any kind of ex-.

Perhaps, they see him as hero at first which can be attractive. Regardless, his wife's report of him feeling full of himself seems to be plausible. Even some who thought he was innocent reported he did have a hero complex before.
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Old 11-19-2013, 03:34 PM   #245
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Pattern of behavior was there for Trayvon too. Doesn't make Z a murderer.
I didn't say Trayvon was an angel. I've been on his case for a while.

I didn't say Z was a murderer. I've said he was innocent well before the case concluded.

The pattern of behavior for Z being an aggressive meathead with a hero complex, though, was there and people became extremely defensive about it.
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Old 11-19-2013, 03:38 PM   #246
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Same applies to any kind of ex-.

Perhaps, they see him as hero at first which can be attractive. Regardless, his wife's report of him feeling full of himself seems to be plausible. Even some who thought he was innocent reported he did have a hero complex before.
Him going through a divorce has nothing to do with him allegedly assaulting his new girlfriend, who he claimed was pregnant with his child.
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Old 11-19-2013, 04:26 PM   #247
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Also, trusting any side going through a divorce is silly. Those opinions are worth a grain of salt.
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According to the wife, he became full of himself as in invincible after the trial and verdict.
Another BEPism.
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Old 11-19-2013, 04:29 PM   #248
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I didn't say Trayvon was an angel. I've been on his case for a while.

I didn't say Z was a murderer. I've said he was innocent well before the case concluded.

The pattern of behavior for Z being an aggressive meathead with a zero complex, though, was there and people became extremely defensive about it.
I am totally pro gun ownership and if you recall was with you on the he is not guilty of murder but is still a dump stance. I hold the same stance now as I did then. BTW I edited your post~
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Old 11-19-2013, 04:45 PM   #249
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People did view Ole Z as a hero on this site. Some had racial reasons, some had other reasons. Zimmerman was never a hero or a good person. It is all being played out now.
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Old 11-19-2013, 04:54 PM   #250
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People did view Ole Z as a hero on this site. Some had racial reasons, some had other reasons. Zimmerman was never a hero or a good person. It is all being played out now.
Pretty much. There was a group that had the view he was an American badass. The posts are still there and they now are back pedaling. In the big picture it matters little. The race baiting shitbags and the anti gun shitbags pushed chips on this and **** them. Rather this tool is a good guy or not matters very little in the big picture~
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Old 11-19-2013, 05:00 PM   #251
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I am totally pro gun ownership and if you recall was with you on the he is not guilty of murder but is still a dump stance. I hold the same stance now as I did then. BTW I edited your post~
Yup, I remember your stance from the start. I respect gun owners, most of who treat their responsibility very seriously. I am surprised more gun owners weren't completely appalled at Zimmerman's behavior because it is unrepresentative of the majority of gun owners, who are responsible and take their right extremely seriously. Even if he didn't murder Trayvon Martin.
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Old 11-19-2013, 05:26 PM   #252
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Yup, I remember your stance from the start. I respect gun owners, most of who treat their responsibility very seriously. I am surprised more gun owners weren't completely appalled at Zimmerman's behavior because it is unrepresentative of the majority of gun owners, who are responsible and take their right extremely seriously. Even if he didn't murder Trayvon Martin.
As I said in the previous post he matters little in the big picture. That said this want to be badass would have never left his vehicle without a gun. As luck would have it he was following a misguided kid who decided he was going to toss this clown a beating for following. The part that sticks with me is this as it turns out this thug really was not doing anything wrong. He posed no threat other than appearance but want to be a badass jumps out of his vehicle which set the table for the events that followed. I still get pissed when I read clowns posting keep your hands to yourself I have a permit and I will shoot you type posts. Unless there is life or death involved leave your ****ing gun in your goddamn holster before you **** it up for the rest of us~
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Old 11-19-2013, 05:34 PM   #253
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I didn't say Trayvon was an angel.
Where did I say you did? Nowhere. However, you've always acted like Z was worse since Trayvon was killed. Obviously, you are obsessed with Z.



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I didn't say Z was a murderer. I've said he was innocent well before the case concluded.
So. Just a point to make. Most of your posts on him coulda' fooled me that you thought some punishment should be pinned on him.

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The pattern of behavior for Z being an aggressive meathead with a hero complex, though, was there and people became extremely defensive about it.
Well, this here implies you feel he was guilty of something punishable under the law earlier. Sorry but it does.

Futhermore, those who did not like Z being found innocent are on a bandwagon to get him somehow, someway much like those who wanted to find another way to nail OJ. Otherwise, the media would be bored by Z's life by now.
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Old 11-19-2013, 05:38 PM   #254
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Him going through a divorce has nothing to do with him allegedly assaulting his new girlfriend, who he claimed was pregnant with his child.
Well, gee how you got that out of what I said is beyond me. My point was any ex cannot be trusted completely either. (For instance his ex wife had a misdemeanor perjury charge earlier.)

It does sound like he should not be allowed a gun tho.
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