Another Outrage? The George Zimmerman Trial? Yup

Written by Donald Joy on June 12, 2013

So therefore I turn my attention to a more immediate travesty, about which we are likely to see a comparatively more immediate remedy:  The unjust railroading of neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman, on the charge of second-degree murder of Trayvon Martin.

Jury selection got underway this past Monday, and lately I’ve been arguing the case with uninformed cretins on Twitter ad nauseum.  Heck, I’ve been researching, writing about, and arguing the case for well over a year now.

Zimmerman should never even have been charged.  Legendary legal lefty Alan Dershowitz says so himself.  Any honest person who has looked into the facts of the case knows it.

Even in the kangaroo court convened by the racially-pandering, so-called authorities, I believe Zimmerman will be acquitted.  Jurors cannot be so stupid and racially biased as to convict.  The prosecution simply does not have a case; there isn’t even a shred of legitimate probable cause found in the charging affidavit.  

When the not guilty verdict is announced, I will celebrate.  And even before that I will take a fresh inventory of my squirreled-away ammunition supplies, considering the explosive rioting to follow, and the “knockout king” attacks by those who look like they could be Obama’s sons, which are bound to increase. 

May we all live in less-interesting times than these, in the reasonably near future. 

Image: Police photo of George Zimmerman taken night of his arrest; source: State of Florida 9th Supplemental Discovery,; author Police,probably Sanford Fla. Police

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Following his service in the United State Air Force, Donald Joy earned a bachelor of science in business administration from SUNY while serving in the army national guard. As a special deputy U.S. marshal, Don was on the protection detail for Attorney General John Ashcroft following the attacks of 9/11. He lives in the D.C. suburbs of Northern Virginia with his wife and son.