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Arrest George Zimmerman

1039 Wrote: Apr 06, 2012 7:41 AM
[It's clear from all versions of this event that Trayvon did not deserve to die. It is not clear whether his death is a result of murder, manslaughter or what the law calls "justifiable homicide"] Both statements cannot be true, so how could you possibly say "It's clear...that.."? [Arrest George Zimmerman. Not because I know or you know his actions were a crime, but because the legal process is only way we can possibly know the truth.] Huh? So, to find out if someone did something he/she needs to be arrested? Unexplained bank deposit means may have done a robbery, tax evasion, or legitimate source of money? An injured child means assault or accident? Silly.
Jay Wye Wrote: Apr 06, 2012 10:37 AM
It IS fairly clear that this WAS justifiable homicide,or lawful self-defense.
All the facts and credible witness testimony points to legit self-defense.
Everything else is supposition not supported by any facts or evidence.

In the whole swirling political/media uproar over Trayvon Martin's shooting, only two things are indisputably clear: A 17-year-old boy is dead, and George Zimmerman shot him.

Nothing we can do can bring Trayvon back. It's clear from all versions of this event that Trayvon did not deserve to die. It is not clear whether his death is a result of murder, manslaughter or what the law calls "justifiable homicide" -- a legal term for an intentional death that is not a criminal act.

The other thing we can know for sure is that this case has exploded in the media in...