Sunday, July 14, 2013

CSGV's Double Standards on Court Decisions

When it comes to the courts, Ladd Everitt and the CSGV believe we should support the Gov't stripping people of their rights because there's 'judicial review' of the process and to determine the constitutionality of rounding up/imprisoning people based off of Religion or Ethnicity but when it comes to a case where the courts, a jury of his peers, and due process determined that an individual was not guilty of murder/manslaughter in opposition to the CSGV's belief of his guilt, this is how they view the courts:
 Washington, D.C.—There can be no doubt after the Not Guilty verdict in the trial of George Zimmerman that murder has now been legalized in half of the 50 states.
From day one, Zimmerman has been guilty in their minds because he used a gun. As their 'official release' shows, facts don't enter into the equation at all. It was all about the gun. All the misinformation put out by the media?  Still the 'truth' to them and they will deliberately continue to promulgate it in order to inflame and mislead the public to get support for their cause.

One will also note that there was not one mention of being 'disturbed' by the acts of violence or racist/violent threats that have occurred since the verdict last night.

 Anti-gun fanatics like those at the CSGV and elsewhere show in their actions that they want the public disarmed and their hate for firearm owners comes across in every post and comment they make.

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Old NFO said...

That it does, but they STILL get media coverage... Sigh...

Kurt '45superman' Hofmann said...

What the hell is Ladd talking about? This has nothing to do with Stand Your Ground--the defense did not invoke that law. Even without Stand Your Ground, you're not required to retreat (which would be a pretty neat trick) when you've been knocked down on your back, with your assailant on top of you.

Thirdpower said...

Like I said. All the BS put out from the beginning is still the 'truth' to them.

Kurt '45superman' Hofmann said...


And as for the threats of violence, one of my concerns is how well the identities of the jurors are protected.

If their names become public knowledge, they could be in very real danger.

drjim said...

And I'm sure if Mr. Zimmerman gets killed, and they catch the person who did it, there would be very little outcry to convict the perp.

Motor-T said...

Did you notice that the "no justice no peace" people aren't insurrectionists?
They don't like the way the legal process worked so they're going to use violence to bring justice about. Isn't that what they're accusing George Zimmerman of doing?

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