So is there ANY evidence that Zimmerman threw the first punch?
With the liberal lynch mob's "case" coming apart at the seems, this is an appropriate question to ask. No, I don't want to read any ignorant garbage about Zimmerman *gasp* getting out of his vehicle in his owned (*)(*)(*)(*)ed neighborhood to keep an eye on a casing suspect until police arrived, because (1) this was completely legal-I defy anyone to cite a law preventing one person from following, and thereby assisting in the apprehension of, a suspect-and everyone who is not mentally retarded knows this, and (2) following Martin, in the context of a time and place where burglaries were rampant, and whereby Martin was walking slowly in bad weather, trying to look inside houses, was completely justified.
Now that there is absolutely no doubt that Martin was assaulting Zimmerman and placing him in fear for his life, and now that it has been established that Zimmerman had not only the right but just cause to maintain a line of sight to Martin (liberal tyrannical statist B.S. about us not being free to LOOK AT and MAINTAIN A LINE OF SIGHT TO suspicious strangers notwithstanding, as per the previous paragraph), I will ask the key question for the hate mongering, jump-to-conclusions (Atlanta 1996, Duke college students, many other examples, and now THIS) liberals: Is there any evidence that Zimmerman threw the first punch?
If I see ANY of the overused B.S. that I have specifically excluded from this thread, I will ask the moderators to delete it and discipline you for an off-topic post in this important thread.
"I'm inherently gloomy about the prospect of Africa ... all our social policies are based on the fact that their intelligence is the same as ours –whereas all the testing says not really."
James Watson, Nobel Prize winner