Tuesday, July 23, 2013

A Martin/Zimmerman question

I've begun calling "Justice for Trayvon" groups, "Vengeance for Trayvon" advocates.  Black mobs beating innocent white and Latino people back that opinion.  I understand they want this case to symbolize all the injustice ever done in the U.S. Court system.  It doesn't and shouldn't.  That's not justice, that's vengeance wrongfully targeted at an Hispanic man who made a poor decision.

Here's my question for all those demanding vengeance for Trayvon:  The State having failed to prove Zimmerman committed murder or manslaughter (and the Justice Department determining race simply wasn't a factor in this case), what exactly do you want him convicted of?

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