Justice in America

@debrakcarey (19925)
United States
April 23, 2012 12:49pm CST
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/ima-kill-zimmerman-myself-twitter-erupts-with-calls-for-violence-after-zimmerman-posts-150000-bail/ http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2122530/Twitter-account-threatening-kill-George-Zimmerman-STILL-allowed-post-days-angry-threats.html Where is our Department of Justice on this? The Attorney General thanked Al Sharpton for his 'peace keeping' in this whole mess, but from what I see, the silence from the Department of JUSTICE is contributing to the lawlessness. If he can take the time to thank the person who whipped this all up to a lather in the press, he can take the time to calm all the idiots down, don't you think? Not to mention, it is a CRIME to threaten the life of anyone in America and the chief law enforcement office ought to remind them of that. One tweeter implied Zimmerman had been 'convicted' yet let out 'for no reason'. Zimmerman was let out of jail after paying $150,000 in bail. This person does not even understand our justice system well enough to realize that he hasn't even been to court yet. Now, speaking of court, can George Zimmerman hope to get a fair trial? How can he when the prosecutor has withheld evidence of George Zimmerman's injuries? Such evidence as pictures of his bleeding head were NOT brought into evidence when charges were being considered. Surely the fact that he had injuries goes to the severity of the charge at least? http://www.wnd.com/2012/04/zimmerman-trial-an-o-j-redux/ [i]Alan Dershowitz believes that the charges against George Zimmerman are “so thin” that the affidavit filed against him doesn’t even clear the low bar of “probable cause.” In fact, he believes that “a good judge will throw it out.” According to Dershowitz, there is nothing in the affidavit that would justify second-degree murder. The special prosecutor, Angela Corey, who seemed to be giving a campaign speech when she announced charges against George Zimmerman, conveniently omitted such items as grass stains on the back of his shirt and bruises on his head. [/i] My main beef here is the media tampering with evidence (911 tapes) and working everyone up into a fever pitch should be held accountable by the Justice dept. too. The demand for 'justice' but presuming him guilty before he's tried would be laughable if not for the seriousness of future violence coming from it. The silence of our Attorney General, and his and the president's remarks implying the guilt of Zimmerman- by their words and lack of words- is almost criminal in itself. Along with not pursuing hate crime charges against the New Black Panther Party and these tweeters threatening to kill someone, Holder is negigent in his duties once more. Last but not least, there is a case right now in Florida, close to Stanford where two black men beat a 50 year old white man with a hammer; where is the outrage? And why did it take almost a month for any public debate on the Zimmerman case? We all know why; it took the race baiters Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson and the Black Congressional Caucus a while to find someone to scapegoatn so they could either start that race war the Black Panthers want so bad, or so President Obama could further divide us as a nation and reclaim the black vote in time for the campaign. http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2012/04/black-teens-beat-50-year-old-white-man-with-hammer-near-sanford-fl-media-silent/
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@kenzie45230 (3563)
• United States
23 Apr 12
I just found out that since the Civil Rights Act past, we've had a DOJ unit called the Community Relations Service (aka Peacemakers) that's charged with helping communities prevent and resolve racial tensions. I've never heard about this unit of the DOJ, so it's probably been doing its job. Now, of course, that unit is supporting the protestors in FL, teaching them how to protest, providing security for them. They're not the ones needing security. It's the New Black Panthers who have threatened Zimmerman and his family. And yet the DOJ does absolutely nothing about that. http://www.gather.com/viewArticle.action?articleId=281474981284037
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@debrakcarey (19925)
• United States
23 Apr 12
Well if Al Sharpton is a part of it they picked the wrong one to ask to join.
@debrakcarey (19925)
• United States
25 Apr 12
Community Relations Service It is the only Federal entity dedicated to assisting state and local government units, private and public organizations, and community groups with preventing and resolving racial and ethnic tensions, incidents, and civil disorders. The CRS works to restore stability and accord. Like you said; part of the Civil Rights Law and now I know what Obama was referring to when he called not so Sharpton, peacemaker. Wow. We are living in an alternate universe.
@debrakcarey (19925)
• United States
25 Apr 12
Where are they on this? Where's the peacekeepers on THIS racially motivated violent act? http://news.yahoo.com/justice-trayvon-alabama-man-critical-condition-mob-beating-053222142.html
@bagarad (7844)
• Paso Robles, California
23 Apr 12
The department of "injustice" makes me sick. Until it becomes a real justice department again I see little hope for this country. It galls me that this crew may be reelected by voter fraud and intimidation supported by this attorney general. How do you fight it?
@debrakcarey (19925)
• United States
23 Apr 12
Keep telling the truth. Keep bring up the hard subjects, keep praying. It may be we can't do anything, so I'd be gettin right with God as well.
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@bagarad (7844)
• Paso Robles, California
23 Apr 12
You've got that right. But what the state of California is doing now makes me think judgement day may be closer than many seem to think. We do what we can to turn back the tide, and then the courts overturn it. So now they have a law that makes it mandatory for even private schools, including home schools, to teach the gay agenda in graphic terms to young children. Seems freedom of religion is also being taken away. Next I suppose they will send observers to the classrooms to make sure the teachers really are teaching it -- especially to Christian schools that they know will be opposing it.