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Submitted by : UncleMax
Submitted on : Apr 01,2012 8:16:54 am
Is the Black Panthers committing a Hate Crime?
Not under the definition of Hate Crime. A hate crime occurs when a crime is commited against someone on the basis of a discriminatory aversion or bias against some characterist a person possesses, but not for the person individually.
"For justice, we must go to Don Corleone."
If this is the only aspect of the death of Trayvon Martin that galvenizes you into posting a ballot, then you're watching way too much FOX news.
got it from newsbusters and theblaze NOT FoxNews....
Zimmerman: This guy looks like he’s up to no good. He looks black.
Here’s how the actual conversation went down:
Zimmerman: This guy looks like he’s up to no good. Or he’s on drugs or something. It’s raining and he’s just walking around, looking about.
Dispatcher: OK, and this guy — is he black, white or Hispanic?
Zimmerman: He looks black.
Both of which, like FAUX, are purveyors of right-wing propaganda and divisive invective masquerading as journalism and political discourse.
What are you trying to prove with that transcript? By that evidence, Zimmerman shot a man based on looks, not within due diligence.
Have you investigated the part where Trayon was following Zimmerman and the 6 witnesses the police interviewed? Let us not be too hasty in accusing an Hispanic.
This is where we differ UncleMax; my mind is too broad for me to go around frivolously citing borderline hearsay guised as fact in a Nancy Gracesque interpretation of the latest sensationalized violent crime.
I'm privy to the NBP 'bounty' as well as a myriad of other non-sequitur media tidbits, but what really concerns me, what should concern any reasonable individual, is the fact that 'gut feeling' has usurped the duty to retreat in the Floridian definition of self-defense; it is an aberration of reasonable conduct, especially for someone armed with a loaded fire arm, to chase down a perceived threat, when not in defence of a third-party. I belive any deviation from the duty to retreat in such a situation to be negligent, if not downright indictable, behavior.
Nothing to worry about. You can't use Welfare to pay for rewards!