I really didn't follow to much about the case I was thinking it would go the other way but I agree it's a distraction who cares about court cases we should be focusing on current events and improving our own lives court cases have nothing to do with our lives unless were serving in the jury court!Did you have any doubt??
Just another waste of time to draw our attention away from the real problems.
That is a good way to put it.This case was forced down our throats, as so many damned local stories seem to be. As far as I am concerned, these local stories made national are nothing more than distractions meant to keep us from focusing on more important issues.
This being the case, I can't help but think that there is one more dead human being. The dead human died before he had the opportunity to really learn from his mistakes, but old enough to know the difference between right and wrong. In all the reporting of this case, I saw no indication that Trayvon Martin was a Christian, albeit a wayward one. I saw no reason to believe he is now awaiting the eternal pain and horrors of a Hell that was created for Satan and his demonic following and not for humanity.
By God, I feel no satisfaction, only a sense of loss; a loss that did not effect me personally, but a loss, anyway.
I agree. There is a death that wasn't necessary if each had acted differently. Two amazingly, at one moment in time, stupid people came together, and one didn't survive it. The other's life will forever be changed for the worse.That is a good way to put it.
At least in my case, the relief that I feel over the verdict is that the loss was not compounded by punishing a legally innocent, albeit extremely dumb, guy in response.
I haven't heard of any major disorder yet some fires and vandalism in Oakland and Chicago. I have read a lot of Trayvon supporters saying they have "given up on America." Does this mean they will quit cashing those welfare checks and turn in their Obama phones?