That's the exact point im trying to make. That is flawed, and doesn't make any sense. Everyone KNEW OJ was guilty, but because our system is flawed, he got off. Same thing that happened with Casey Anthony, same thing that may happen with George Zimmerman.
My point is that is unacceptable, and flawed.
No system will be perfect.
I'd rather a system that errors on the side of letting a guilty person go free over a system that sends innocent people to prison.
I don't know about you but I've certainly read enough about innocents spending years incarcerated and having their lives ruined.
The following statement is from Zimmerman's brother Robert Zimmerman:
From the onset of this tragic event our family has been clear to express our trust in the judicial system. A jury of one's peers is the hallmark of our country's judicial system. The American justice system is the finest in the world. George's fate is now in the hands of the jury, who will make their decision based on evidence and the facts of the case. As we await a verdict we will remain hopeful and ask for the public to remain peaceful, no matter the outcome. Though we maintain George committed no crime whatsoever, we acknowledge that the people who called for George's arrest and subsequent trial have now witnessed both events come to pass. We hope now that as Americans we will all respect the rule of law, which begins with respecting the verdict. The judicial system has run its course - pray for justice, pray for peace, pray for our country.
Used my words on me? Whatever makes you feel more comfortable.
Nothing was said about time, but a question about the mindset, yet, you try to twist it and twist it and fail, which is no surprise.
You know full well you were talking about what Trayvon was doing according to you, those four minutes. I highlighted it so you couldn't get confused anymore than you already are.
And your hypocrite ass can't admit that race is the only reason this shit became news. Not any historical bullshit. But race itself. And these "grass roots" groups showed their hypocrisy as well by not doing the same for Daniel Adkins.
How can I be a hypocrit when you don't have a clue as to what I have to do or done with anything or surrounding anything with either case. You never heard me say anything about Daniel Adkins. The Trayvon case is big primarily because the Sanford police was already under serious scrutiny for allowing an obvious assault that was seen on youtube - Justin Collison which got national attention - no arrest was made there either.
The grass roots organizations were more about the Sanford police doing its job than Zimmerman in the beginning. National Organizations can't respond to all incidences and will usually pursue the cases that have more elements in it - institutions will always garner more attention than cases. Nothing hypocritical at all in this case getting more attention than the Adkin's case.
But wait, it had nothing to do with race!
Trayvon is was just a little angel and Zimmerman was a racist white guy.
In the beginning it had to do with institutional racism which is very different than what you are saying - The question in the beginning was do they arrest anybody? The media joined in later on and put their spin on it.