Only in America can a man – a man volunteering his time to be the neighborhood watch for a community experiencing break-ins, home invasions, and burglaries; a man who tutors black children and once helped a black homeless man when no one else would; a man working to be a police officer and maybe someday a prosecutor, and is taking classes to that end; a man that’s soft-spoken, conscientious to a fault, and liked by just about everyone who knows him – only in this country, can such a man be branded a violent, murdering racist.
The Martin family had no intention of pursuing the case against Zimmerman. Do you wonder why that is? Maybe they knew what we all do now – that Trayvon was a violent kid that liked to fight. The police, after a highly scrutinized, ultra-thorough investigation, which included dozens of interviews, said there was no case. Every impartial analyst, pundit, or lawyer on TV said there was no case. The Sanford D.A., not wanting to try the case, recused himself. A special prosecutor was appointed by the governor, and the grand jury was by-passed altogether — which means that even the prosecution knew they had no case!
This was no court case; this was a show. A show was put on at taxpayer’s expense to placate all the angry, self-righteous, professional civil rights advocates that paraded into Sanford last year. Well, they got their show and now George Zimmerman will spend the rest of his life in fear. I hope that nothing happens to Mr. Zimmerman, but if it does, his blood will be on the hands of these self-promoting race-baiters like Mr. Crump, Al Sharpton, Ben Jealous, Jesse Jackson Jr., and just about every black pastor, TV lawyer, and pundit in the country who, even after the verdict, continue to fan the flames of racial indignation, when race had nothing to do with it. Nothing.