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George Zimmerman Reenacts Trayvon Martin Shooting

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His account of the night of the murder, police questioning & audio of 6 recorded phone calls made to his wife over bond.

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George Zimmerman Reenacts Trayvon Martin Shooting. His account of the night of the murder, police questioning & audio of 6 recorded phone calls made to his wife over bond.
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OldOllie
Male, 60-69, Midwest US
 13817 Posts
Friday, June 22, 2012 10:53:09 PM
When I first heard that the cops wanted to charge GZ that night, it didn't make any sense to me. Then I saw the cop, and now it makes perfect sense.

Angilion
Male, 40-49, Europe
 11315 Posts
Friday, June 22, 2012 6:49:18 PM
The thing that bothers me the most is the 911 call where you hear the sound of what sounds like a little boy screaming for his life. It sounds nothing like Zimmerman.


Since neither Martin nor Zimmerman were little boys, or boys of any age, there are two possible explanations:

1) There was a third person involved, a young child. Somehow, this has been entirely kept secret from everyone despite the fact that millions of people have heard phone call.

2) A man being attacked, in fear for his life, panicking and screaming, does not necessarily sound the same as he does in normal speech.


Personally, I think (2) is very much more likely than (1). I am interested in why you consider (1) to be more likely, or even at all plausible.


Screaming will almost certainly be something you associate totally with children and possibly women, but certainly not men. So you hear screaming and assume it can't be a man.

MacGuffin
Female, 30-39, Europe
 2597 Posts
Friday, June 22, 2012 4:27:44 PM
Hate crime legislation has its place, when handled correctly. Consider two scenarios:

1: Bob murders a man who slept with his wife.
2: Frank murders a man because he's of a certain ethnicity that Frank does not like.

Let`s assume that both reasons are true. Let`s say Bob and Frank both freely admit to the reasons behind their crimes.

If you were deciding if they were safe to be back out in public, which would you say was more dangerous? Bob, who is likely to murder someone only if they sleep with his wife; a very specific condition that may never occur again, or Frank, who is likely to encounter many people of that ethnicity on a regular basis?



Depends how hot Bob`s wife is. And how much of a slut she is.

Gerry1of1
Male, 50-59, Western US
 33910 Posts
Friday, June 22, 2012 10:53:18 AM

If only Trayvon had been wearing this hoodie he never would have been shot.



Musuko42
Male, 18-29, Europe
 2829 Posts
Friday, June 22, 2012 10:49:20 AM
@EgalM

Hate crime legislation has its place, when handled correctly. Consider two scenarios:

1: Bob murders a man who slept with his wife.
2: Frank murders a man because he's of a certain ethnicity that Frank does not like.

Let`s assume that both reasons are true. Let`s say Bob and Frank both freely admit to the reasons behind their crimes.

If you were deciding if they were safe to be back out in public, which would you say was more dangerous? Bob, who is likely to murder someone only if they sleep with his wife; a very specific condition that may never occur again, or Frank, who is likely to encounter many people of that ethnicity on a regular basis?

The harsher sentence for Frank would be more for public protection, than for punishment, as the likelihood of him reoffending, all else being equal, is higher.

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