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 07-15-2013, 10:47 PM         #41
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They shoulda never put that chick on the jury. smh
 07-15-2013, 10:48 PM         #42
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 TheMindOf said:

Also.. On what planet is 1/6 10%?
He was talking about 10 jurors (including alternates or whatever). So if he said there's 1 black person out of 10, that's 10%
 4 years ago '12        #43
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 07-15-2013, 10:50 PM         #44
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 conscious thug said:
They shoulda never put that chick on the jury. smh
the state shoulda presented a better case and shot for manslaughter they fu*ked up
 4 years ago '11        #45
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 TheMindOf said:
Okay... So you didn't read in the description where it clearly says she's BLACK..

Shes black and hispanic. Basically the same ethnicity as Sunny Hostin (the main prosecution cheerleader this whole case)

Also.. On what planet does 1/6 = 10%?

And Im watching B37 talk right now (for the 2nd time).

She said when they went to deliberate it was

3 Not Guilty

2 Manslaughter

1 Second Degree murder


So there was a wide spectrum of feelings. n*ggas acting like it was unanimously "Not Guilty" from the jump.

It was half and half.. But once they went over the evidence and applied that to the standard for the prosecutions burden of proof, they made their decision.

It is what it is.. Thats how deliberations work
Yes, I clearly didn't read she was Black and Hispanic but noted the percentage of multi-racial people, idiot.

Also, on what planet do you not realize 6 jurors + 4 alternates = 10. They must not teach math in the cabin, Thomas.

 4 years ago '04        #46
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once she said Zimmerman did not profile dude, i was done...
 4 years ago '12        #47
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 Kadillac87 said:
A hung jury means the case can be retried. I guess they don't teach you that on First 48.
No sh*t.

But the prosecution still has to choose to retry. Considering how weak their case was and considering they had a year to prepare, it's likely they would have chosen not to prosecute again.

Unfortunately, the First 48 doesn't cover trials. That's why I watch Law and Order


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 4 years ago '11        #48
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 cubes said:


You n*ggas believe that Zimmerman would've gotten a fair trial with an all-black jury

Fact is, the prosecution did not present enough evidence to prove without a shadow of a doubt that George was guilty of 2nd degree murder
Black people would have sympathized with Trayvon because most of them have been racially profiled. White people would have sympathized with Zimmerman because they fear Black people. He wouldn't have gotten a fair trial with all Black people. Just like Trayvon didn't get a fair "trial" with a pro-Zimmerman jury.


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 4 years ago '11        #49
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 Bravo Golf said:
No sh*t.

But the prosecution still has to choose to retry. Considering how week their case was and considering they had a year to prepare, it's likely they would have chose not to prosecute again.

Unfortunately, the First 48 doesn't cover trials. That's why I watch Law and Order
Yea, their case was "week". The prosecution is describing Zimmerman as a lucky murderer and you think they wouldn't choose to retry the case? Ok.


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 Kadillac87 said:
Yea, their case was "week". The prosecution is describing Zimmerman as a lucky murderer and you think they wouldn't choose to retry the case? Ok.


Actually, I fixed that typo just before you quoted it.

Why would the prosecution retry?

Again, they had a year to prepare the case. You mean to tell me in a year, that was the best they could do? They had a year to prepare Rachel Jentil. You saw her on Piers Morgan. She appeared way more comfortable tonight than she did on the stand. That's just one obvious example of the prosecutions lack of preparedness. What about the IT guy who was fired? You think the prosecution would retry after that blunder?
 4 years ago '10        #51
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 Bravo Golf said:
Actually, I fixed that typo just before you quoted it.

Why would the prosecution retry?

Again, they had a year to prepare the case. You mean to tell me in a year, that was the best they could do? They had a year to prepare Rachel Jentil. You saw her on Piers Morgan. She appeared way more comfortable tonight than she did on the stand. That's just one obvious example of the prosecutions lack of preparedness. What about the IT guy who was fired? You think the prosecution would retry after that blunder?
In all honesty, they probably would have retried. But not for any of the right reasons.

Angela Corey would have demanded it.

Politically she had too much skin in the game, when it came to this case.

If the prosecution would have won, she would have been running for some higher political office by next year.

That's what this has ALWAYS been about for her. Not "justice" but moving up the political ladder by appeasing an angry public.
 4 years ago '12        #52
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 Im Soo Special said:
how? 3 for not guilty, 2 for manslaughter, 1 for murder

if you took one white person off, added a black person. lets say by coincidence or not, they went for murder or manslaughter. hung jury or manslaughter charge. either way he's NOT found NOT guilty
Hung jury is pretty much the same as not guilty; he still walks, at least for the time being. Black people would be just as upset about a hung jury as they were about the not guilty verdict. Nothing gets changed.

And you don't think the defense would push even harder to exclude minorities from the jury in a retrial knowing that it was the two minorities' refusal to vote not guilty that created the hung jury?

Remember, both the prosecution and the defense sign off on the jury. The prosecution, obviously, was okay with the jury. I haven't heard a peep from the prosecution regarding any jury bias.
 4 years ago '06        #53
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Probably one of the most insightful interviews I have ever watched. I believe zimmerman should be in prison, however I did not initially disagree with the juries decision simply because no one really knows what happened so naturally I would not be able to prove without reasonable doubt. With that being the case thats why I did not fault the jury.

After watching this interview I am shocked. She stated she thought the voice was zimmermans, Travon Martin was the aggressor and zimmerman was truly in fear of his life. If this is what the jury really believed, that my friend is truly some bullsh*t.

I find it extremely difficult that an essentially all white jury is all they were able to choose. At the end of the day I have to respect the decision that was made, but I for one believe most if not all the jury were surely racist.
 4 years ago '07        #54
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 TheMindOf said:
In all honesty, they probably would have retried. But not for any of the right reasons.

Angela Corey would have demanded it.

Politically she had too much skin in the game, when it came to this case.

If the prosecution would have won, she would have been running for some higher political office by next year.

That's what this has ALWAYS been about for her. Not "justice" but moving up the political ladder by appeasing an angry public.
for once i agree wit u.i look at her and all i see is laguerta from dexter
 4 years ago '11        #55
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 Bravo Golf said:
Hung jury is pretty much the same as not guilty; he still walks, at least for the time being. Black people would be just as upset about a hung jury as they were about the not guilty verdict. Nothing gets changed.

And you don't think the defense would push even harder to exclude minorities from the jury in a retrial knowing that it was the two minorities' refusal to vote not guilty that created the hung jury?

Remember, both the prosecution and the defense sign off on the jury. The prosecution, obviously, was okay with the jury. I haven't heard a peep from the prosecution regarding any jury bias.
The prosecution wasn't ok with the jury, Mr. First 48. The judge overruled the prosecution and put two jurors they struck out, including juror B57, back in the pool. I'm pretty sure you know that you can't overrule the judge.
 07-15-2013, 11:11 PM         #56
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This is what a dumb america our government has been creating looks like. This is what our jurys look like... and all woman?!?! Did u hear how George was so nice, he would invite over some dudes wife whenever for dinner... haha, he played the ALL WOMAN jury. Thats what i believe happened here.
 4 years ago '07        #57
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 Bravo Golf said:
Hung jury is pretty much the same as not guilty; he still walks, at least for the time being. Black people would be just as upset about a hung jury as they were about the not guilty verdict. Nothing gets changed.

And you don't think the defense would push even harder to exclude minorities from the jury in a retrial knowing that it was the two minorities' refusal to vote not guilty that created the hung jury?

Remember, both the prosecution and the defense sign off on the jury. The prosecution, obviously, was okay with the jury. I haven't heard a peep from the prosecution regarding any jury bias.
because tha prosecution had 0 interest in putting zim in jail.this was a trial to calm tha public
 4 years ago '06        #58
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On another note, even if you believe in your heart that zimmerman did not do anything wrong the fact remains that if a black man had done what zimmerman did he would surely have been arrested immediately.

Also, think about this... Lets say Trayvon Martin while feeling threatened had grabbed zimmermans gun and shot him and he died, I'm sure the jury would have found him guilty and best believe it would be 2nd degree murder. Lets keep it real.
 4 years ago '05        #59
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This was all about who gets the benefit of doubt, this lady was on tv just praising everything about George Zimmerman.. It's not supposed to be bout speculation but "she believe without a doubt George was fearful for his life when he pulled the trigger" she felt only the witnesses who were positive toward Zimmerman were credible. Of course she believed the video presentation was accurate but I wonder why, guess who's version it was.. Lets be real even if trayvon survived the shot and George facing aggravated a.ssault or attempted murder and it was trayvons word vs George's word.. Who do u think is getting the benefit of doubt by an all white jury?? The problem why we don't trust the system and have to take silly pleas is cuz we know we're not goin to get the benefit of doubt by our "peers" the jury. While others need 100% proof and without reasonable doubt to get convicted..
 4 years ago '07        #60
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bi*ches only think with emotion, why would they pick 6 of em and let em mingle like that for weeks??
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