When I heard that Charlie Pierce wrote another piece on the Zimmerman case, I just knew that Geoffrey would be citing that drivel as if it was true insight, an accurate reflection of reality. One idiot praising another.
Just focus first on that excerpt from Pierce's piece of self-satisfying ooze around which Geoffrey frames his post. Notice the fiction necessary to come to Pierce's conclusions. Nothing in that puke resembles the reality that the facts of the case illuminate. "Stalked"? Pierce and Kruse-Safford enjoy calling the mere moments Zimmerman was out of his vehicle "stalking". The entire period from when Martin left the convenience store to the time he was shot does not allow for anything an honest person could call "stalking".
There is nothing in the facts that suggest Zimmerman was doing more than looking out for his community. Some may recall a rather infamous incident in New York a few decades ago, wherein a woman was attacked in the night, her screams heard by many, but her demise guaranteed by their inaction. Idiots like GKS and Pierce would chastise those people. But here, one man takes it upon himself to do a bit more than whine about crime in his neighborhood and he is to be crucified by lesser individuals like Pierce and lil' Geoffie because the situation resulted in death. And these pathetic idiots would suggest that not only was Zimmerman pleased with the opportunity to have shot and killed someone, but now would take his RIGHTEOUS trial verdict as license to kill more people.
The absolute arrogance and hideous self-righteousness of Pierce and GKS to ASSUME racist intentions on the part of Zimmerman is disgusting and serves nothing but to satisfy their own unjustifiably massive egos and twisted sense of morality.
If Zimmerman is guilty of anything in this incident (based on all the facts that have been available for some time now), it is of being less than perfect in his handling of the situation in which he found himself. Martin, however, is guilty of having brought about his own death. We know, for example, that he had a cell phone, as he used it to talk to the prosecution's "star" witness. If he felt at all threatened by Zimmerman's scrutinizing of his behavior, a call to the cops would have been the proper move. The cops would have had two people calling them about the same thing. Instead of a fatal bullet wound, there likely could have been laughs all around. "No way! I called the cops on YOU, dude!" Instead, he chose to play the role evidence shows was the reputation he was creating for himself. It got him killed.
The Pierces, Geoffreys, Al Sharptons, Van Joneses and others like these race-baiting, morally bankrupt idiots will continue to stoke the very sentiments against which they claim to fight. They each do it for self-serving reasons, not caring the least for the people who actually are affected by real causes of their sufferings. They sicken me. That they don't sicken themselves says a ton about each of them. May God have mercy on them all.