Zimmerman vs Trayvon: Unspoken Realities of Lethal Encounters & Self-Defense; Someone DID Die, from Similar Injuries...in TX!Submitted by AnCapMercenary on Tue, 07/23/2013 - 23:21
'Trayvon Martin' lived to tell the tale, but 'George Zimmerman' died that day, in TX.
The following isn't about the specifics in the GZ vs. TM court case.
This is, however, about another 'George Zimmerman' that you most likely have never heard about, that occurred almost exactly seven months AFTER the Trayvon Martin shooting incident.
An El Paso, TX cop and a USMC Iraq/AfPak veteran Jonathan Molina observed teens 'keying' the side of his car, drove to the teens' location to confront them about vandalism, out of uniform, but to still function in 'official capacity' as a cop. Then, counter to his military and tactical OODA-Loop situational-awareness training involving possible multiple assailants, he was clocked cold from the side by a 17yo teen (like Trayvon), one Juan Antonio Gonzalez, and went down hard.
The teen then mounted the cop (like Trayvon), started to pummel Molina's head and proceeded to 'ground and pound' him off the concrete (like Trayvon), KO-ing him unconscious (UNLIKE Trayvon): just NINE days after falling into coma from the concussive injuries and skull fractures, the cop and veteran Marine died.
Guess one of the two Latinos MUST have been a "racist cracker!" right, MSDNC?? Madcow? O'Dunno? MF Harris-Perry? Hayes? Uygur? Anyone??
No Skittles. No AZ Iced Tea. No Kel-Tec PF9.
The 'deadly weapon'?
Just fists, from an angry UNARMED teen, and an innocent man dying for
cardoor paint scratch nothing, from them.
Meet Juan Antonio Gonzalez: 'The Other 17yo Trayvon Martin,' whom MSDNC never heard of, who lived to tell the Tale, but after 'concreting' the 'Other Zimmerman' to death, is now looking forward to serve out a life term in prison. PHOTO: El Paso Police Department
By Adriana M. Chávez / El Paso Times
Posted: 10/25/2012 10:44:27 AM MDT
According to complaint affidavits filed by homicide detectives, Molina saw a young man use a key to scratch his silver Pontiac Grand Prix in the early evening of Sept. 25 as the teens were walking on a sidewalk on Trowbridge Drive.
Molina got into his car, drove to where the teenagers were and parked at the curb in the 4100 block of Trowbridge Drive to confront the boys about the vandalism. The affidavits state Molina identified himself as a police officer and was acting in his capacity as a police officer even though he was not in uniform. Sometime during the confrontation, Molina asked a bystander to call 911.
While Molina was talking, Gonzalez "struck the victim on the face and then grabbed his legs and threw him to the concrete. (Gonzalez) then got on top of the victim and continued to punch him in the face," the document states.
Police said that Molina was knocked unconscious when his head hit the ground, and that Gonzalez continued the assault despite Molina's being unable to defend himself. Gonzalez ran off when witnesses went to help Molina, who was taken by ambulance to a hospital in critical condition.
These are the realities of human on human violent encounters that 99% of the loudmouths in public who've never gotten into a fistfight, let alone a kinderkarten slapfast, who have absolutely zero ideas about, and yet, like in every aspect of the Second Amendment 'debate,' they 'know everything.'
These lunatic hoplophobes literally parrot everything they 'learned' about fighting, gunfights/lethal encounters/self-defense, and gunowners, all from the comfort of their social clique cubicles, simply by watching TV, Films, and the MSM 'news.' And yet, apparently, 'we' are the "crazy" ones.
Get trained, folks: be it guns, knives, or a Tomahawk, or martial arts/combatives, or whatever; while never a guarantee, it gives you the confidence to enact on the numerical ratio of superior fighting chances, instead of becoming a statistic.
A good 'clearing' house of real-life combat analyses info: http://www.activeresponsetraining.net/
UPDATE 1: WTF is it with angry 17year olds??
Here's another case: Roderick Scott (who happens to be black), irrefutably a big dude, the size of an NFL linebacker vs. another 17yo skinny teen assailant half the size, Christopher Cervini (who happens to be white).
No 'white uproar' even though the defendant shot an unarmed white teen to death.
Just an angry teen armed only with his fists, again.
Rightfully so: the jury of Roderick Scott's peers found him "Not Guilty!" And, to be ENTIRELY in his right to defend himself against an assailant, even if the assailant was an UNARMED 17yo teen, who happened to be white, who was caught burglarizing Scott's private property, yet still had the gall to attack the rightful property owner, after being caught.
Rightie-o: Inconvenient Reality and all...
Originally posted: July 22, 2013
Updated: July 24, 2013
by Onan Coca
Did you notice during the George Zimmerman trial how the media kept repeating the salacious question “What if Trayvon Martin had been white?” They acted as if this question was the perfect response to Zimmerman defenders. They pretended that this was a question without a “safe” answer, but in reality, the question had already been answered.
Roderick Scott, the INNOCENT man, who happens to be black, who had to live through the unfortunate reality of having lawfully, lethally-defended himself against another angry teen, who happened to be white. PHOTO: Uncredited
In April of 2009 Mr. Roderick Scott awoke at 3am to the sounds of three young men breaking into cars on his street. He called the police and went down to the street to make sure the young men did not flee before the police arrived. He shouted at the three to “freeze” and told them that the police were coming soon. The three boys stood before the big man obviously considering what they should do.
That’s when Christopher Cervini (17) rushed at Mr. Scott uttering “I’ll get you” or “I’ll get him.” Roderick Scott fired twice, killing the teenager. The trial that followed was again a case of prosecutorial overreach, as they tried to charge Mr. Scott with manslaughter. Fortunately for Mr. Scott, a jury of his peers agreed with him that he did only what was needed to protect himself.
Afterwards the prosecutor opined, “I just hope it’s not a message to this community… that you have the right to shoot an unarmed 17-year-old kid for breaking into a car.” The problem is that Mr. Scott did not shoot young Christopher Cervini for breaking into his car, but for attacking him. While the Cervini family may now be in much pain over the loss of their son, he brought himself to his tragic end through a series of terrible choices. Roderick Scott had every right to protect himself; he did what he should have… and a jury of his peers agreed.
Oh, and Roderick Scott was a 42 year old black man about the size of an NFL linebacker. Christopher Cervini was a skinny, 17 year old white kid with a little bit of marijuana in his system. Scott was justified in the killing of the younger man not because of the crime that Cervini had committed, but because Scott rightfully feared for his own safety.