Comment: It's reasonable doubt. Sorry Peggy, but you are wrong.

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It's reasonable doubt. Sorry Peggy, but you are wrong.

The facts in the case supported his acquittal. It is not what you think when it concerns a person's freedom, it's what you personally know.

Peggy, please review Stefan Molyneux's run down on these facts of the incident.

Also please have an open mind. Trevon was no angel, and to pretend he was is a complete mischaracterization of fact. Zimmerman might not have been the brightest bulb in the package. No one is perfect.

After all is said and done at this point, it seems Zimmerman is more honest and ethical than the attorneys who tried to railroad him by withholding evidence. In addition I hope he has the strength to file civil charges against the state for misconduct in a capital case.

Honestly, the Hispanic Zimmerman was no racist vigilante, and to think so is just foolish. This is and was the basis for the race-baiters, and initially the motive first pursued by overzealous DA's seeking fame. The prosecutors soon found Zimmerman to be less of a racist vigilante than Jesus Christ himself.

Furthermore, in the immortal words of Ben Franklin who paraphrased what William Blackstone stated in 1769, “the law holds that it is better that 10 guilty persons escape, than that 1 innocent suffer (innocent person be convicted).”

Why are you Zimmer-haters here? You either believe in liberty and all its imperfections or you believe in the tooth fairy.

There's is no Left vs. Right, only Tyranny vs. Freedom!