Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Florida arrests all...except for murder

George Zimmerman was arrested on some domestic assault charge. Whatever. I've always felt he was kind of an idiot. But I was very interested in what the Lake Mary police spokesman Zach Hudson said about Zimmerman's detention. "Anytime we have anybody suspected of doing anything, we place them in investigative detention until a complete investigation has been done." What a difference 5 miles makes!

You see, when Zimmerman killed Trayvon Martin, he was in Sanford, Florida. That's 5 whole miles away. Apparently, in Sanford, anytime they have anybody suspected of doing anything other than murder, they place them in investigative detention. What's more, in Sanford, they do criminal background checks on the victims, not the perpetrators. But mostly, they just assume that if you killed someone, he must have had it coming.

I'm glad to see that in Lake Mary they take policing more seriously. Or do they? After all, George Zimmerman didn't kill anyone this time. Maybe if he had stood his ground against his wife and killed her, he wouldn't be in jail. "She was banging my head against the colander and I felt threatened!" We won't know until George Zimmerman kills again. Check back here for updates!

(Cross-posted at Frankly Curious.)

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  • If anything, HIS WIFE ought to be arrested.

    Read and learn, Please.


    I mean, I know it's hard for you progressives to accept reality and all; but please, try it.

    Thank You.


    By Blogger Patrick Adkins, at 10:31 AM  

  • This same idiot commented the same thing on my site. The guy says we progressives can't accept reality and so he sends us to a conservative blog. Yep, that defines reality.

    It is also really interesting that George Zimmerman has become such a hero on the right. What exactly did he do to earn that? Oh, that's right: he killed a black teen. I'm far too old not to be blunt: at least 40% of the conservative movement is based on racism.

    By Anonymous Frank Moraes, at 7:05 PM  

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