Monday, April 9, 2012 1:33:19 PM
But truely, that's how many of us view "gay DNA" which you wholey support iirc...
You really make it all up as you go along, don`t you, 5Cats? Is the world just one big jumble of things you imagined people said, interspersed with your rabid fantasies, magical thinking and distorted set of "facts" that you`ve misremembered from late night documentaries you`ve apparently seen?
Also, just for the feck of it, I think you mean `truly` and `wholly`, and not "truely" and "wholey" - don`t you?
Monday, April 9, 2012 12:28:30 PM
Hey @MacGuffin: I think @dm2754 is pointing out that his "sexual orientation" was pre-ordained at conceptioon, just like gays! And that laws should be changed to recognize this! After all, it's not his choice to prey on little girls, it`s in his DNA! /sarc!
But truely, that`s how many of us view "gay DNA" which you wholey support iirc...
First the polyamorous Then the pedophiles Then the zoophiles Then the incest-o-philes...
Soon EVERYONE will be free to love as they please!
Monday, April 9, 2012 4:26:08 AM
@5cats: Zimmerman was arrested. He was not detained, i.e. he was not held in jail on a significant bond whilst a meaningful investigation was carried out, as is happening to the alleged perpetrator in this present case. Rather, his own version of events was accepted without question, and he was let go within a few hours, without an investigation, and without a trial. That's the difference between these separate cases.
Sanford Police should, at the very least, have detained Zimmerman whilst they canvassed the area, spoke to potential witnesses (such as the girl Trayvon Martin was on the phone to, and the many neighbours that have since come forward to contradict Zimmerman`s version of events). Not to mention the fact that in Zimmerman`s own call to police he admits he was following Trayvon, so how he could later rely on "standing his ground" as a defence should immediately have been questioned and led to detention and investigation.