Impune:


(7-15-13)

Se siente uno bien, de que por lo menos supe leer las ‘hojas del té’ en el caso de Zimmerman, este juicio se había jodido para ‘el estado’ desde que testifico Jeantel (aka P). Aun así, me sentí triste cuando lo declararon ‘no culpable’[1] el sábado. Como trate de explicarle a Mike, el país es un poco menos seguro para todos aquellos de nosotros que no tenemos un tono de piel ‘blanco’.

Pero, este caso nos demostró que cuando se permite la incompetencia, el criminal es impune (RAE: Que queda sin castigo). Si Scott tuviera decencia, mandaba pal carajo a Corey, a Rionda, a Guy y Mantei. Desde no escoger el cargo correcto a no presentar un caso coherente, estos cuatro se deben ir todos al carajo.

Net-net, en los próximos tres años, un vigilante le va a pegar un tiro de forma similar a un joven hispano. Cuando pase, no griten y lloren. “Paraphrasing Martin Niemöller“;

  • First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out–
    Because I was not a Socialist.
  • Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out–
    Because I was not a Trade Unionist.
  • Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out–
    Because I was not a Jew.
  • Then they came for me–and there was no one left to speak for me.

RIP Treyvon…

 

Egipto:

Nada me hacia reír mas que cuando algún egipcio quejándose de Morsy-a decía, ‘queremos que lo saquen, hay millones de personas en contra del…’ “No shit Sherlock!” (El cabrón país creen que tiene 90 MM, como buenos sand-monkeys, estos no pueden ni hacer un censo). ¡Hay millones que votaron por el bastardo! Bajo esa lógica, hay millones que no están de acuerdo con Obama, ¡saquémoslo!

El peligro de sacarlo ‘porque no me gusta’, es que en efecto estas permitiendo a una minoría anular un voto que no les gustó. “Nice”, ¿pero y cuando la próxima minoría a la que no le guste no sea ‘secular’?

Lo único que me molesta es que Morsy-a dijo que no se iba nada más que muerto. ¿?, tengo 25 centavos para la bala, denle al hombre lo que pidió.

Aprendemos juntos…


[1] “Not Guilty” nunca es lo mismo que inocente, como siempre, el trapo de lenguaje no puede ni expresar conceptos legales.

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9 comentarios to “Impune:”

  1. Mike Says:

    1) Saludos!……un pais menos seguro?. no creo ……..la leccion aqui para todos los adolecentes es no LLAMAR gente de piel clara “Crackers” o “Niggers” a personas de piel oscura y no atacarlos en la noche y no usar su cabeza como martillo encontra del concreto mientras la persona grita ayuda porque tu crees que te miraron mal o te cae mal la persona……..Muchas personas han muerto con UN SOLO GOLPE en la cabeza y muchos mas con multiple golpes en la cabeza.

    2) Lo triste de todo este caso es como las prensa distorciono lo hechos del caso y metio RACISMO como tema principal y pinto una version de un caso bajo investigacion totalmente diferente a lo que se presento en el juicio. Como los “PLANTATION MASTERS” de la comunidad negra metieron su politica y “RACE BAITING” para ignorar los hechos de la investigacion y juzgar este caso con emociones y la prensa e ignorar la evidencia y por ultimo el Presidente Obama, que sus comentarios fueron inapropiados durante una investigacion con que si el tuviera un hijo se parecia a Trayvon (si Trayvon fuera latino o blanco, dudo que el dice ese comentario) …..ese comentario estuvo bien mal del CHIEF EXECUTIVE de la nacion bajo una investigacion criminal que nadie sabia que paso (eso es otro tema)

    3) Este caso le pudo pasar a cualquier persona de cualquier color que ataca una persona brutalmente en la noche y la otra persona siente que su vida esta en riesgo. Eso se llama SELF DEFENSE. El que ataca NO necesita tener un arma para tu usar la tuya como defensa. La ley es clara sobre eso……….por eso si esto le pasa a un latino pues se lo busco.

    4) Yo ni nadie puede atacar a otra persona porque me miro mal o me cae mal o porque creo que me esta siguiendo en su carro. Si eso fuera asi, entonces tuvieramos muchos ataques en las calles.

    5) Yo espero que tu y los demas que estan en “shock” por el veredicto de un jurado de 6 mujeres que protesten y tenga las mismas energias para los crimenes de adolecentes entre negros contra negros en el pais que estan por el techo y es una verdadera crisis. Miles de adolecentes negros los matan por balas cada año y cientos de casos sin resolver especialmente en Chicago, el hometown de Obama……where is the outrage?…… solamente brincan como petaldo explotao cuando el que jala el gatillo es de piel clara y la victima es negra, entonces es una crisis nacional de derechos civiles. Si Zimmerman fuera negro, esto no va a juicio.

    Peace,

    Mike

  2. Mike Says:

    Patrick Buchanan no lo pudo decir mejor:
    Shut It Down, Mr. President

    Trayvon Martin was an unarmed teenager walking home from a convenience store with Skittles and iced tea, when he was shot to death by a racist, profiling wannabe cop named George Zimmerman.

    In the Big Media, which has relentlessly sought out the voices of those most incensed by the verdict in Sanford, Fla., that is how the Saga of Trayvon Martin is being told. And from listening to TV reports of the rage across black America, that is what is widely believed there.

    But is that what happened? Well, not exactly.

    Trayvon Martin was not shot while walking home.

    He was shot after sucker-punching George Zimmerman, breaking his nose, knocking him down, jumping on top of him, beating him martial arts style and banging his head on a concrete walk, while Zimmerman screamed again and again, “Help me, help me.”

    This is what George Zimmerman said happened.

    It is what the sole eyewitness to the fight, John Good, says happened. It is what Sanford police believed.

    It is what the defense proved beyond a reasonable doubt. It is what that jury of six women came to believe.

    Why, then, do so many in the black community believe Trayvon was profiled and murdered, when even most of the analysts on the cable news shows were saying in the last days of the trial that the prosecution had failed completely to make its case?

    Answer: Many had convicted George Zimmerman in their hearts before the trial began. Here, as this writer noted a year ago, are some of the voices that had declared Zimmerman guilty of murder before a witness had been called.

    “Blacks are under attack,” railed Jesse Jackson. “Killing us is big business.” Trayvon was “shot down in cold blood by a vigilante … murdered and martyred.”

    “A hate crime,” said Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif. Rep. Hank Johnson, D-Ga., said Trayvon had been “executed.”

    The Grio compared his killing to the lynching of Emmett Till in Mississippi in 1955. The New Black Panther Party put Zimmerman’s face on a “Wanted Dead or Alive” poster, called for 5,000 black men to run him down and said Trayvon had been “murdered in cold blood.”

    Spike Lee twittered Zimmerman’s home address.

    And President Obama? Did he calm the waters? Hardly. He signaled whose side he was on. “If I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon,” he said.

    Not only did they all inflame the black community into believing a racist atrocity had occurred, others still do so, even after the weeks of testimony that raised far more than a reasonable doubt.

    Moments after the verdict, Al Sharpton ranted, “This is an atrocity.” He went on to explain the moral outrage that the ladies of the jury had just committed.

    “What this jury has done is establish a precedent that when you are young and fit a certain profile, you can be committing no crime, just bringing some Skittles and iced tea home to your brother, and be killed.”

    Did the ladies of the jury really establish such a “precedent”?

    The four-term mayor of Washington, D.C., Marion Barry, has now brought his healing touch to the proceedings.

    The Zimmerman verdict was “awful,” he said, another example of “institutionalized racism.” But look to Marion to find a bright side.

    “The good news is that Zimmerman will never be in peace. He won’t be able to get a job. He’ll have to go underground, travel incognito and never live in peace. That’s the good news for me.” Now a comment like that might befit a James Earl Ray. But George Zimmerman? Who turned this neighborhood watch fellow, well-liked by all in his community, into some racist monster?

    The night of the verdict, Mark O’Mara gave America the answer.

    George “didn’t know why he was turned into a monster,” O’Mara told the assembled journalists. “But quite honestly, you guys had a lot to do with it. You took a story that was fed to you, and you ran with it, and you ran right over him, and that was horrid to him.”

    Like his partner Don West, O’Mara exhibited moral courage in that post-verdict press conference, as did that jury of six women, who rejected the prosecution’s pleas to at least give them manslaughter or child abuse.

    President Obama might now exhibit a little moral courage of his own, by directing his Justice Department to halt this scavenger hunt for a “hate crime.” If Sanford police and the FBI could not find a hate crime, and the prosecution could not prove racial profiling or malice, what reason is there to believe any such motive ever existed?

    If Barack Obama and Eric Holder capitulate to Al Sharpton’s demand for “Plan B” and the NAACP’s demand for a second trial of George Zimmerman for a crime of which he has been acquitted, most Americans will come to believe this is no search for justice, but a drive for racial retribution and revenge. And they will be right.

    End this persecution of George Zimmerman, Mr. President.

    Shut it down.

    • buho77 Says:

      Gracias por leer Mike. Ese es mi punto, a mi no me importa la opinion de la comunidad negra, ni blanca. Me importa mi comunidad, una donde un acto que empezo por racismo, queda impune.

      Dentro de la incompetencia de los fiscales y el gobierno, a mi no me importa lo que hizo el jurado ni sus razones (aunque creo deberia haber una ley similar al “Son of Sam” para los jurados, me jode ver a estas haciendo dinero apareciendo en entrevistas.

      Net-net, lo hecho hecho esta, pero no dejamos de vivir en un pais un poquito menos seguro.

      Cuidate.

      Luis

  3. Mike Says:

    Buho: if a stranger in the dark sucker-punched you, breaks your nose, knocks you down, jumps on top of you, beating you martial arts style and banging your head on a concrete walk, while you screamed again and again, “Help me, help me.”

    what are you supposed to do?……nothing? be at the mercy of the thug?

    Y a donde esta la evidencia que este incidente empezo por racismo?…..el FBI investigo el caso y NO encontro nada.

    Mike

    • buho77 Says:

      Mike:

      Exactly. If all of that happened, after I followed the ‘stranger’ into the dark alley and started questioning him like I am a cop, then I shot him, it should NOT be the same as the ‘pure as the driven snow’ scenario you describe.

      Zimmy did it, looking for trouble, because he believed himself a cop, his chat with the dispatcher, is enough for me to KNOW he went into the freaking dark alley LOOKING for a fight. But then, I KNOW I am too smart and opinionated to make it into any jury.

      So, the system has spoken, the state fucked up, and to make this the greates republic in the history of the world, we have decided you only have ONE SHOT at the accussed, so we are DONE.

      Gracias Mike, nuestra vista del Zen Garden no es la misma. Nada mas con el testigo.

      Luis

  4. mike Says:

    Buho lets stick to the facts proven at the trial not the propaganda from the liberal media.

    1) GZ didn’t violate any laws……he didn’t follow anybody to a dark alley, that was his neighborhood.

    2) There is NO evidence that GZ stopped Trayvon and questioned him like a cop. He is the neighborhood watch coordinator in a neighborhood with a history of burgalry and other crimes. He has every right to patrol his neighborhood.

    3) Trayvon wasn’t shot because he was black or because he was wearing a hoodie. He was shot because he walked up to a stranger and punched him, grounded-and-pounded him, MMA-style, and repeatedly smashed his head against the pavement. Zimmerman wasn’t worried about the hoodie, he was worried about being beaten to death.

    But its a lot easier to ignore the facts and make up scenarios to push a propaganda.

    Saludos,

    Mike

  5. mike Says:

    11,000 black kids died since Travon. No one mentions their names, not on TV, nor by Sharpton, Obama or Jessie Jackson. Why is Travon more important then the others who have been murdered?…….it’s black on black crime, we are not allow to talk about that. Its a national crisis when its a light skin versus a black person.
    and don’t get started with the Puerto Rico’s murders, nobody mentions that on a national level but Travon is a national crisis? please.

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