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Money Where Your Mouth Is: George Zimmerman Is Our Opportunity To Fight For the Constitution

I must admit, I didn't like George Zimmerman when he first appeared in the news.
And for the most part I didn't think his situation effected me.

But like it or not, George Zimmerman's case has presented an un-expected opportunity for defenders of the Constitution to wage a non-violent revolution against the abusive, "Mob Ruler's" in D.C.

I have decided to support the Legal team of George Zimmerman on a monthly basis and I'm inviting others who want to defend our Constitution in a very high profile way.

This case is exposing the collectivists who have the potential to destroy this country -- and that's not hyperbole -- it's already obvious.

How much money has been raised by the George Zimmerman Defense Fund, and how has it been spent?
http://www.gzdefensefund.com/donate/index.php/how-has-money-...

Why Do People Give to the the Zimmerman Legal Defense Fund Trust?
http://www.gzdefensefund.com/donate/index.php/why-people-give



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Well how?

But like it or not, George Zimmerman's case has presented an un-expected opportunity for defenders of the Constitution to wage a non-violent revolution against the abusive, "Mob Ruler's" in D.C.
Well how exactly has it presented an unexpected opportunity? Your post doesn't state.

Plus, there's zero room, not even a centimeters worth,

for politics in the courtroom. If they railroad Zimm, who's next? And yes, Manning, Hudes, Snowden...

It's been a real coup, too, not just for Zimm, but for everyone that these 2 Defense attorneys are able and willing to fight the system.

Had they lost the case, they would have had to cut their losses and run. No where in the accounting did you see lawyer's fees paid.

But they won. Now the State has to reimburse them and they live to keep the fight going.

Who doesn't want them to win their libel suit against NBC?
Who doesn't want them to win their sanction suit against the Prosecution?
And then there's still the possibility of a wrongful death suit and a DOJ civil rights violation suit.

It's worth a few dimes to me anyway to help David keep slaying Goliath. One case down, 2 maybe 4 more, to go.

"If you want something you've never had before, you have to do something you've never done before." Debra Medina

Constitutionally

double jeopardy comes to mind. It has always bugged me that the feds could step in after an acquittal and retry a case of their choosing under the "civil rights" bill.

I don't like it either-

not even in the OJ case, which I think was a miscarriage of justice.

"If you want something you've never had before, you have to do something you've never done before." Debra Medina

My two cents for what it's worth is that

TPTB have made a concerted effort to draw people into the Zimmerman battlefield away from the Manning/Snowden/Syria/Egypt/Etc. battlefields. If we let them corral us into dissenting upon their specifically chosen and promoted scandals, then no matter how many battles we win, they ultimately win the war. It's no different from the two party tactic. Control the narrative and it doesn't matter which side wins.

I for one am resisting even getting into discussions about the Zimmerman case (although I am fairly well informed) as I believe there are much more strategic thought battles to be won.

Libertarians and progressives

Were united with regard to Edward snowden and Bradley manning, and a few other things. Now these two groups have daggers drawn over the Zimmerman case. Well played TPTB

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BUMP. Excellent points that speak to me.

BUMP. Excellent points that speak to me.

We ought to fight either the making of the law perverted or the utilization alike, whenever we can (afford).

It's part of striking at the roots of evil, and not just the branches.

Thank you for posting and putting it as simple as it is, really.

"Cyril" pronounced "see real". I code stuff.

http://Laissez-Faire.Me/Liberty

"To study and not think is a waste. To think and not study is dangerous." -- Confucius

What about Bradley Manning?

What about Bradley Manning, the young hero who exposed the atrocities permitted by this administration on the citizens of foreign countries who is being persecuted quietly while the DOJ and Obozo keep the racial fires burning over this circus?

Where is the media, the outrage, the good people so upset with injustice?

What a joke!

Scream injustice for a violent banger and sleep while a hero is being persecuted!

How proud you all must be of yourselves!

If you can read this thank a teacher. Because it's in English thank a soldier!

"The American Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers that it can bribe the public with the public's money."
- Alexis de Tocqueville

Can you focus on all the causes at once?

That's why God made 6.5 billion of us.
There are plenty of people to go around.

U.S. Attorney General, Eric holder

has unleashed not only the full force of the United States Department of Justice on an individual, he has also enlisted millions of American collectivists as snitches to send tips about an American individual.

The U.S Department of Justice is asking civil rights groups and community leaders to “actively refer anyone who [has] any information” that might help bring federal criminal charges against George Zimmerman, who was recently acquitted by a jury in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.

The DOJ has reportedly set up a public email address to take in tips on its civil rights investigation. The department is hoping to get tips from across the nation as well as locally in Sanford, Fla.

That email address, which is now “in operation,” is Sanford.florida@usdoj.gov.

It is unclear why, if officials saw enough reason to open an investigation in the first place, the DOJ now needs tips to help with its probe into Zimmerman.

Barbara Arnwine, president and executive director the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, said the DOJ during a conference called on individuals and groups “to actively refer anyone who had any information” that might build a case against Zimmerman for a civil rights violation or a hate crime, according to the Orlando Sentinel.

“They said they would very aggressively investigate this case,” she added.

http://articles.orlandosentinel.com/2013-07-16/news/os-georg...

This is why I can't help

but think Holder is criminally insane. As posted on DP, (I think by you, Barracuda,) the FBI investigated a possible hate motivation and not only exonerated him, but the prosecution didn't even try to introduce a motive-- of any kind...not that second deg. required it.

But if Holder is serious about this, and I'm not convinced he is, (it could just be more blustering for political ends)then he's crazy.

The inJustice system is violating an innocent man's civil rights for that of another? That's so wrong.

"If you want something you've never had before, you have to do something you've never done before." Debra Medina

We the people

should set up an email address to take tips from across the nation and Mexico to aid in the investigation and possible prosecution of Eric Holder and Barack Obama concerning Fast and Furious.