Trayvon Martin Case.... the plot thickens

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  • fiat_moneyfiat_money Posts: 16,655 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited April 2012
    fiat_money wrote: »
    Dreicer did not work on her case, but said under Florida law, after Stand Ynour Ground was dismissed and she was convicted, Alexander is looking at a mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years.

    For firing a warning shot into the ceiling of her own house? WTF? She would have gotten less time if she killed him.
    Seems like she argued, left the room, came back, and fired off a shot:
    “The defendant had split seconds to decide if she was in fear for her life and ultimately the judge found that there were other things she could have done like leave the residence through a front door or a back door,” said defense attorney Jesse Dreicer.

    That bitch played herself:


    when the alleged incident occured, Marissa said she was about to leave her abusive husband when he confronted her in the bathroom and began to choke her. She wrote that she ran but while in the garage she realized she couldn't open the garage doors because of a mechanical failure and she had also forgotten her phone and keys. Trapped, she allegedly went back to retrieve them, thinking he had already left because he was on his way out with her two stepsons.

    Again, according to Marissa, he did not leave but came back minus the children and shouted, "Bitch, I will kill you!" She said he charged towards her, so she took out the gun she had taken from her truck and fired a warning shot towards the ceiling. Her husband supposedly ran away then and called the police.

    the now ex-hubby allegedly told police that she had tried to kill him and the children, and obviously they took his word over hers. Even though marissa had a restraining order and a filed police complaint of spousal abuse. smdh

    and same as zimmerman marissa had a gun permit so doesn't Stand Your Ground stipulate that one can stand their ground and use deadly force if they felt threatened or feared for their life and do not have to retreat?

    florida is got chere losing.... if she gets 25 yrs for firing a shot into the ceiling of her own house ...but than zimmerman gets off for killing someone... i will be the first to storm into my local best buy bat in hand. lol... shit is ridiculous
    So she says she got choked--while she had the gun on her--and chose to flee, but when she got to the garage she couldn't get out, then she decided to fire off a shot the next time she saw him?

    Either she didn't feel her life was in danger enough for her to fire off a shot while be choked, or she got the gun while "fleeing":
  • desertrain10desertrain10 Posts: 3,307 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited April 2012
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    fiat_money wrote: »
    fiat_money wrote: »
    Dreicer did not work on her case, but said under Florida law, after Stand Ynour Ground was dismissed and she was convicted, Alexander is looking at a mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years.

    For firing a warning shot into the ceiling of her own house? WTF? She would have gotten less time if she killed him.
    Seems like she argued, left the room, came back, and fired off a shot:
    “The defendant had split seconds to decide if she was in fear for her life and ultimately the judge found that there were other things she could have done like leave the residence through a front door or a back door,” said defense attorney Jesse Dreicer.

    That bitch played herself:


    when the alleged incident occured, Marissa said she was about to leave her abusive husband when he confronted her in the bathroom and began to choke her. She wrote that she ran but while in the garage she realized she couldn't open the garage doors because of a mechanical failure and she had also forgotten her phone and keys. Trapped, she allegedly went back to retrieve them, thinking he had already left because he was on his way out with her two stepsons.

    Again, according to Marissa, he did not leave but came back minus the children and shouted, "Bitch, I will kill you!" She said he charged towards her, so she took out the gun she had taken from her truck and fired a warning shot towards the ceiling. Her husband supposedly ran away then and called the police.

    the now ex-hubby allegedly told police that she had tried to kill him and the children, and obviously they took his word over hers. Even though marissa had a restraining order and a filed police complaint of spousal abuse. smdh

    and same as zimmerman marissa had a gun permit so doesn't Stand Your Ground stipulate that one can stand their ground and use deadly force if they felt threatened or feared for their life and do not have to retreat?

    florida is got chere losing.... if she gets 25 yrs for firing a shot into the ceiling of her own house ...but than zimmerman gets off for killing someone... i will be the first to storm into my local best buy bat in hand. lol... shit is ridiculous
    So she says she got choked--while she had the gun on her--and chose to flee, but when she got to the garage she couldn't get out, then she decided to fire off a shot the next time she saw him?

    Either she didn't feel her life was in danger enough for her to fire off a shot while be choked, or she got the gun while "fleeing":

    well from i read she didn't have the gun on her when he initially choked her... lol.

    but yea shame on her for arming herself just in case her husband had not left the house which she had no real way of knowing one way or another at the time....

    shame on her for trying to retrieve the rest of her things so she could leave and call the police, she just should've stayed trapped in her garage. with no phone or way out... right???

    shame on her for using an incredible amount of restraint in the face of danger.. when she could've just killed him

    yep fiat she deserves 20 yrs of prison ...



  • fiat_moneyfiat_money Posts: 16,655 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Dreicer did not work on her case, but said under Florida law, after Stand Your Ground was dismissed and she was convicted, Alexander is looking at a mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years.

    For firing a warning shot into the ceiling of her own house? WTF? She would have gotten less time if she killed him.

    word...

    from what i read alexander was trying to flee the scene but once she reached her car in the garage she realized she had left her keys in the house... then once she went to retrieve them she has attacked by her husband and thats when she fired a warning shot....
    Dreicer did not work on her case, but said under Florida law, after Stand Your Ground was dismissed and she was convicted, Alexander is looking at a mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years.

    For firing a warning shot into the ceiling of her own house? WTF? She would have gotten less time if she killed him.

    word...

    from what i read alexander was trying to flee the scene but once she reached her car in the garage she realized she had left her keys in the house... then once she went to retrieve them she has attacked by her husband and thats when she fired a warning shot....
    fiat_money wrote: »
    fiat_money wrote: »
    Dreicer did not work on her case, but said under Florida law, after Stand Ynour Ground was dismissed and she was convicted, Alexander is looking at a mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years.

    For firing a warning shot into the ceiling of her own house? WTF? She would have gotten less time if she killed him.
    Seems like she argued, left the room, came back, and fired off a shot:
    “The defendant had split seconds to decide if she was in fear for her life and ultimately the judge found that there were other things she could have done like leave the residence through a front door or a back door,” said defense attorney Jesse Dreicer.

    That bitch played herself:


    when the alleged incident occured, Marissa said she was about to leave her abusive husband when he confronted her in the bathroom and began to choke her. She wrote that she ran but while in the garage she realized she couldn't open the garage doors because of a mechanical failure and she had also forgotten her phone and keys. Trapped, she allegedly went back to retrieve them, thinking he had already left because he was on his way out with her two stepsons.

    Again, according to Marissa, he did not leave but came back minus the children and shouted, "Bitch, I will kill you!" She said he charged towards her, so she took out the gun she had taken from her truck and fired a warning shot towards the ceiling. Her husband supposedly ran away then and called the police.

    the now ex-hubby allegedly told police that she had tried to kill him and the children, and obviously they took his word over hers. Even though marissa had a restraining order and a filed police complaint of spousal abuse. smdh

    and same as zimmerman marissa had a gun permit so doesn't Stand Your Ground stipulate that one can stand their ground and use deadly force if they felt threatened or feared for their life and do not have to retreat?

    florida is got chere losing.... if she gets 25 yrs for firing a shot into the ceiling of her own house ...but than zimmerman gets off for killing someone... i will be the first to storm into my local best buy bat in hand. lol... shit is ridiculous
    So she says she got choked--while she had the gun on her--and chose to flee, but when she got to the garage she couldn't get out, then she decided to fire off a shot the next time she saw him?

    Either she didn't feel her life was in danger enough for her to fire off a shot while be choked, or she got the gun while "fleeing":

    well from i read she didn't have the gun on her when he initially choked her... lol.

    but yea shame on her for arming herself in case her abusive husband would try to choke her again....

    shame on her for trying to retrieve the rest of her things so she could leave and call the police, she just should've stayed trapped in her garage. with no phone or way out... right??? lol

    shame on her for using an incredible amount of restraint in the face of perceived danger.. when she could've just killed him

    yep fiat she deserves 20 yrs of prison ...


    So she got the gun while "fleeing", avoided leaving through the front/back door, and then returned to fire a shot off?

    Yeh, she played herself with that claim:
  • desertrain10desertrain10 Posts: 3,307 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited April 2012
    fiat_money wrote: »
    Dreicer did not work on her case, but said under Florida law, after Stand Your Ground was dismissed and she was convicted, Alexander is looking at a mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years.

    For firing a warning shot into the ceiling of her own house? WTF? She would have gotten less time if she killed him.

    word...

    from what i read alexander was trying to flee the scene but once she reached her car in the garage she realized she had left her keys in the house... then once she went to retrieve them she has attacked by her husband and thats when she fired a warning shot....
    Dreicer did not work on her case, but said under Florida law, after Stand Your Ground was dismissed and she was convicted, Alexander is looking at a mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years.

    For firing a warning shot into the ceiling of her own house? WTF? She would have gotten less time if she killed him.

    word...

    from what i read alexander was trying to flee the scene but once she reached her car in the garage she realized she had left her keys in the house... then once she went to retrieve them she has attacked by her husband and thats when she fired a warning shot....
    fiat_money wrote: »
    fiat_money wrote: »
    Dreicer did not work on her case, but said under Florida law, after Stand Ynour Ground was dismissed and she was convicted, Alexander is looking at a mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years.

    For firing a warning shot into the ceiling of her own house? WTF? She would have gotten less time if she killed him.
    Seems like she argued, left the room, came back, and fired off a shot:
    “The defendant had split seconds to decide if she was in fear for her life and ultimately the judge found that there were other things she could have done like leave the residence through a front door or a back door,” said defense attorney Jesse Dreicer.

    That bitch played herself:


    when the alleged incident occured, Marissa said she was about to leave her abusive husband when he confronted her in the bathroom and began to choke her. She wrote that she ran but while in the garage she realized she couldn't open the garage doors because of a mechanical failure and she had also forgotten her phone and keys. Trapped, she allegedly went back to retrieve them, thinking he had already left because he was on his way out with her two stepsons.

    Again, according to Marissa, he did not leave but came back minus the children and shouted, "Bitch, I will kill you!" She said he charged towards her, so she took out the gun she had taken from her truck and fired a warning shot towards the ceiling. Her husband supposedly ran away then and called the police.

    the now ex-hubby allegedly told police that she had tried to kill him and the children, and obviously they took his word over hers. Even though marissa had a restraining order and a filed police complaint of spousal abuse. smdh

    and same as zimmerman marissa had a gun permit so doesn't Stand Your Ground stipulate that one can stand their ground and use deadly force if they felt threatened or feared for their life and do not have to retreat?

    florida is got chere losing.... if she gets 25 yrs for firing a shot into the ceiling of her own house ...but than zimmerman gets off for killing someone... i will be the first to storm into my local best buy bat in hand. lol... shit is ridiculous
    So she says she got choked--while she had the gun on her--and chose to flee, but when she got to the garage she couldn't get out, then she decided to fire off a shot the next time she saw him?

    Either she didn't feel her life was in danger enough for her to fire off a shot while be choked, or she got the gun while "fleeing":

    well from i read she didn't have the gun on her when he initially choked her... lol.

    but yea shame on her for arming herself in case her abusive husband would try to choke her again....

    shame on her for trying to retrieve the rest of her things so she could leave and call the police, she just should've stayed trapped in her garage. with no phone or way out... right??? lol

    shame on her for using an incredible amount of restraint in the face of perceived danger.. when she could've just killed him

    yep fiat she deserves 20 yrs of prison ...


    So she got the gun while "fleeing", avoided leaving through the front/back door, and then returned to fire a shot off?

    Yeh, she played herself with that claim:

    rightttttt....

    she deserves 20 yrs in prison ....

    and again shame on her arming herself.... and firing a shot into the ceiling when she could've just killed his ass....

    lets totally ignore the fact her husband later recanted his story and told police that he was the aggressor ...and that under florida law she had no duty to retreat anyways

    she's a danger to society...bitch should've stayed in the garage and waited patiently for her husband to further beat her ass...



    fiat_moneySneakDZA
  • fiat_moneyfiat_money Posts: 16,655 ✭✭✭✭✭
    fiat_money wrote: »
    Dreicer did not work on her case, but said under Florida law, after Stand Your Ground was dismissed and she was convicted, Alexander is looking at a mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years.

    For firing a warning shot into the ceiling of her own house? WTF? She would have gotten less time if she killed him.

    word...

    from what i read alexander was trying to flee the scene but once she reached her car in the garage she realized she had left her keys in the house... then once she went to retrieve them she has attacked by her husband and thats when she fired a warning shot....
    Dreicer did not work on her case, but said under Florida law, after Stand Your Ground was dismissed and she was convicted, Alexander is looking at a mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years.

    For firing a warning shot into the ceiling of her own house? WTF? She would have gotten less time if she killed him.

    word...

    from what i read alexander was trying to flee the scene but once she reached her car in the garage she realized she had left her keys in the house... then once she went to retrieve them she has attacked by her husband and thats when she fired a warning shot....
    fiat_money wrote: »
    fiat_money wrote: »
    Dreicer did not work on her case, but said under Florida law, after Stand Ynour Ground was dismissed and she was convicted, Alexander is looking at a mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years.

    For firing a warning shot into the ceiling of her own house? WTF? She would have gotten less time if she killed him.
    Seems like she argued, left the room, came back, and fired off a shot:
    “The defendant had split seconds to decide if she was in fear for her life and ultimately the judge found that there were other things she could have done like leave the residence through a front door or a back door,” said defense attorney Jesse Dreicer.

    That bitch played herself:


    when the alleged incident occured, Marissa said she was about to leave her abusive husband when he confronted her in the bathroom and began to choke her. She wrote that she ran but while in the garage she realized she couldn't open the garage doors because of a mechanical failure and she had also forgotten her phone and keys. Trapped, she allegedly went back to retrieve them, thinking he had already left because he was on his way out with her two stepsons.

    Again, according to Marissa, he did not leave but came back minus the children and shouted, "Bitch, I will kill you!" She said he charged towards her, so she took out the gun she had taken from her truck and fired a warning shot towards the ceiling. Her husband supposedly ran away then and called the police.

    the now ex-hubby allegedly told police that she had tried to kill him and the children, and obviously they took his word over hers. Even though marissa had a restraining order and a filed police complaint of spousal abuse. smdh

    and same as zimmerman marissa had a gun permit so doesn't Stand Your Ground stipulate that one can stand their ground and use deadly force if they felt threatened or feared for their life and do not have to retreat?

    florida is got chere losing.... if she gets 25 yrs for firing a shot into the ceiling of her own house ...but than zimmerman gets off for killing someone... i will be the first to storm into my local best buy bat in hand. lol... shit is ridiculous
    So she says she got choked--while she had the gun on her--and chose to flee, but when she got to the garage she couldn't get out, then she decided to fire off a shot the next time she saw him?

    Either she didn't feel her life was in danger enough for her to fire off a shot while be choked, or she got the gun while "fleeing":

    well from i read she didn't have the gun on her when he initially choked her... lol.

    but yea shame on her for arming herself in case her abusive husband would try to choke her again....

    shame on her for trying to retrieve the rest of her things so she could leave and call the police, she just should've stayed trapped in her garage. with no phone or way out... right??? lol

    shame on her for using an incredible amount of restraint in the face of perceived danger.. when she could've just killed him

    yep fiat she deserves 20 yrs of prison ...


    So she got the gun while "fleeing", avoided leaving through the front/back door, and then returned to fire a shot off?

    Yeh, she played herself with that claim:

    rightttttt....

    she deserves 20 yrs in prison ....

    and again shame on her arming herself.... and firing a shot into the ceiling when she could've just killed his ass....

    lets totally ignore the fact her husband later recanted his story and told police that he was the aggressor ...and that under florida law she had no duty to retreat anyways

    she's a danger to society...bitch should've stayed in the garage and waited patiently for her husband to further beat her ass...


    Okay.
    SneakDZA
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  • apocalypticaapocalyptica Posts: 225
    edited April 2012
    cobbland wrote: »
    bgoat wrote: »
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    Not matching up.
    Conspiracy is the last refuge of scoundrels.

    Just face it. This narrative of him not showing any injuries was due to irrational skepticism that has now been been proven to be misguided.

    After watching the bail hearing today, I'm convinced that Zimmerman will get off and given all the evidence he should. I guess he was just supposed to let little Trayvon beat his head in the ground until he became a vegetable.

    Given innocent Trayvon's past and just going based on his facebook, he seemed like your typical wannabe thug and I'll let you guys in on a secret for why the racial divide exists as it relates to people opinion on this. While no one thinks someone should just shoot anyone without cause, which is seeming more and more not to be the case here, most non-black people are tired of these thuggish obnoxious wannabe gangstas and quite frankly its hard to shed a tear when they end up dead. Some people might count it as a blessing. These type of people usually don't contribute anything to society and more times than not drag it down. Hard to shed a tear for people like that.

    Isn't it a coincidence that every time one of these "tragedies" occur within the black community, the supposed victim always seems to be sketchy or issues in their past that make them unsavory. Rodney King was drunk off his ass, assaulted and running from police when he got beat. He also couldn't keep himself out of jail. Yet people outside of the black race is supposed to cry for this refuse of society?
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  • apocalypticaapocalyptica Posts: 225
    edited April 2012
    Oh yeah remember the duke lacross case. Another case where everyone was wetting their pants ITS A TRAGEDY! DAS RACIST! and it turned out the lying skank just doing what she did best...lying and being a skank. Tawana Brawley too. Seems to be a pattern.

    I love it.
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  • Drgoo0285Drgoo0285 Posts: 513
    Zimmerman apologized, which is a very sketchy move when you are pleading not guilty... My guess is his lawyer is setting the moves for plea bargain.

    kingblaze84
  • Drgoo0285Drgoo0285 Posts: 513
    fiat_money wrote: »
    fiat_money wrote: »
    Dreicer did not work on her case, but said under Florida law, after Stand Ynour Ground was dismissed and she was convicted, Alexander is looking at a mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years.

    For firing a warning shot into the ceiling of her own house? WTF? She would have gotten less time if she killed him.
    Seems like she argued, left the room, came back, and fired off a shot:
    “The defendant had split seconds to decide if she was in fear for her life and ultimately the judge found that there were other things she could have done like leave the residence through a front door or a back door,” said defense attorney Jesse Dreicer.

    That bitch played herself:


    when the alleged incident occured, Marissa said she was about to leave her abusive husband when he confronted her in the bathroom and began to choke her. She wrote that she ran but while in the garage she realized she couldn't open the garage doors because of a mechanical failure and she had also forgotten her phone and keys. Trapped, she allegedly went back to retrieve them, thinking he had already left because he was on his way out with her two stepsons.

    Again, according to Marissa, he did not leave but came back minus the children and shouted, "Bitch, I will kill you!" She said he charged towards her, so she took out the gun she had taken from her truck and fired a warning shot towards the ceiling. Her husband supposedly ran away then and called the police.

    the now ex-hubby allegedly told police that she had tried to kill him and the children, and obviously they took his word over hers. Even though marissa had a restraining order and a filed police complaint of spousal abuse. smdh

    and same as zimmerman marissa had a gun permit so doesn't Stand Your Ground stipulate that one can stand their ground and use deadly force if they felt threatened or feared for their life and do not have to retreat?

    florida is got chere losing.... if she gets 25 yrs for firing a shot into the ceiling of her own house ...but than zimmerman gets off for killing someone... i will be the first to storm into my local best buy bat in hand. lol... shit is ridiculous
    So she says she got choked--while she had the gun on her--and chose to flee, but when she got to the garage she couldn't get out, then she decided to fire off a shot the next time she saw him?

    Either she didn't feel her life was in danger enough for her to fire off a shot while be choked, or she got the gun while "fleeing":

    The point of stand your ground is that you don't have a duty to flee to defend your self...
  • fiat_moneyfiat_money Posts: 16,655 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Drgoo0285 wrote: »
    fiat_money wrote: »
    fiat_money wrote: »
    Dreicer did not work on her case, but said under Florida law, after Stand Ynour Ground was dismissed and she was convicted, Alexander is looking at a mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years.

    For firing a warning shot into the ceiling of her own house? WTF? She would have gotten less time if she killed him.
    Seems like she argued, left the room, came back, and fired off a shot:
    “The defendant had split seconds to decide if she was in fear for her life and ultimately the judge found that there were other things she could have done like leave the residence through a front door or a back door,” said defense attorney Jesse Dreicer.

    That bitch played herself:


    when the alleged incident occured, Marissa said she was about to leave her abusive husband when he confronted her in the bathroom and began to choke her. She wrote that she ran but while in the garage she realized she couldn't open the garage doors because of a mechanical failure and she had also forgotten her phone and keys. Trapped, she allegedly went back to retrieve them, thinking he had already left because he was on his way out with her two stepsons.

    Again, according to Marissa, he did not leave but came back minus the children and shouted, "Bitch, I will kill you!" She said he charged towards her, so she took out the gun she had taken from her truck and fired a warning shot towards the ceiling. Her husband supposedly ran away then and called the police.

    the now ex-hubby allegedly told police that she had tried to kill him and the children, and obviously they took his word over hers. Even though marissa had a restraining order and a filed police complaint of spousal abuse. smdh

    and same as zimmerman marissa had a gun permit so doesn't Stand Your Ground stipulate that one can stand their ground and use deadly force if they felt threatened or feared for their life and do not have to retreat?

    florida is got chere losing.... if she gets 25 yrs for firing a shot into the ceiling of her own house ...but than zimmerman gets off for killing someone... i will be the first to storm into my local best buy bat in hand. lol... shit is ridiculous
    So she says she got choked--while she had the gun on her--and chose to flee, but when she got to the garage she couldn't get out, then she decided to fire off a shot the next time she saw him?

    Either she didn't feel her life was in danger enough for her to fire off a shot while be choked, or she got the gun while "fleeing":

    The point of stand your ground is that you don't have a duty to flee to defend your self...
    Word, her problem is that she did "flee" from the perceived threat, but then she returned--with a gun--and fired off a shot.
  • desertrain10desertrain10 Posts: 3,307 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited April 2012
    Drgoo0285 wrote: »
    fiat_money wrote: »
    fiat_money wrote: »
    Dreicer did not work on her case, but said under Florida law, after Stand Ynour Ground was dismissed and she was convicted, Alexander is looking at a mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years.

    For firing a warning shot into the ceiling of her own house? WTF? She would have gotten less time if she killed him.
    Seems like she argued, left the room, came back, and fired off a shot:
    “The defendant had split seconds to decide if she was in fear for her life and ultimately the judge found that there were other things she could have done like leave the residence through a front door or a back door,” said defense attorney Jesse Dreicer.

    That bitch played herself:


    when the alleged incident occured, Marissa said she was about to leave her abusive husband when he confronted her in the bathroom and began to choke her. She wrote that she ran but while in the garage she realized she couldn't open the garage doors because of a mechanical failure and she had also forgotten her phone and keys. Trapped, she allegedly went back to retrieve them, thinking he had already left because he was on his way out with her two stepsons.

    Again, according to Marissa, he did not leave but came back minus the children and shouted, "Bitch, I will kill you!" She said he charged towards her, so she took out the gun she had taken from her truck and fired a warning shot towards the ceiling. Her husband supposedly ran away then and called the police.

    the now ex-hubby allegedly told police that she had tried to kill him and the children, and obviously they took his word over hers. Even though marissa had a restraining order and a filed police complaint of spousal abuse. smdh

    and same as zimmerman marissa had a gun permit so doesn't Stand Your Ground stipulate that one can stand their ground and use deadly force if they felt threatened or feared for their life and do not have to retreat?

    florida is got chere losing.... if she gets 25 yrs for firing a shot into the ceiling of her own house ...but than zimmerman gets off for killing someone... i will be the first to storm into my local best buy bat in hand. lol... shit is ridiculous
    So she says she got choked--while she had the gun on her--and chose to flee, but when she got to the garage she couldn't get out, then she decided to fire off a shot the next time she saw him?

    Either she didn't feel her life was in danger enough for her to fire off a shot while be choked, or she got the gun while "fleeing":

    The point of stand your ground is that you don't have a duty to flee to defend your self...
    Drgoo0285 wrote: »
    fiat_money wrote: »
    fiat_money wrote: »
    Dreicer did not work on her case, but said under Florida law, after Stand Ynour Ground was dismissed and she was convicted, Alexander is looking at a mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years.

    For firing a warning shot into the ceiling of her own house? WTF? She would have gotten less time if she killed him.
    Seems like she argued, left the room, came back, and fired off a shot:
    “The defendant had split seconds to decide if she was in fear for her life and ultimately the judge found that there were other things she could have done like leave the residence through a front door or a back door,” said defense attorney Jesse Dreicer.

    That bitch played herself:


    when the alleged incident occured, Marissa said she was about to leave her abusive husband when he confronted her in the bathroom and began to choke her. She wrote that she ran but while in the garage she realized she couldn't open the garage doors because of a mechanical failure and she had also forgotten her phone and keys. Trapped, she allegedly went back to retrieve them, thinking he had already left because he was on his way out with her two stepsons.

    Again, according to Marissa, he did not leave but came back minus the children and shouted, "Bitch, I will kill you!" She said he charged towards her, so she took out the gun she had taken from her truck and fired a warning shot towards the ceiling. Her husband supposedly ran away then and called the police.

    the now ex-hubby allegedly told police that she had tried to kill him and the children, and obviously they took his word over hers. Even though marissa had a restraining order and a filed police complaint of spousal abuse. smdh

    and same as zimmerman marissa had a gun permit so doesn't Stand Your Ground stipulate that one can stand their ground and use deadly force if they felt threatened or feared for their life and do not have to retreat?

    florida is got chere losing.... if she gets 25 yrs for firing a shot into the ceiling of her own house ...but than zimmerman gets off for killing someone... i will be the first to storm into my local best buy bat in hand. lol... shit is ridiculous
    So she says she got choked--while she had the gun on her--and chose to flee, but when she got to the garage she couldn't get out, then she decided to fire off a shot the next time she saw him?

    Either she didn't feel her life was in danger enough for her to fire off a shot while be choked, or she got the gun while "fleeing":

    The point of stand your ground is that you don't have a duty to flee to defend your self...

    right....

    she was trapped in her garage and wanted to arm herself before entering back into the house to retrieve the rest of her things including her phone so she could get in her car and leave.... soon as she entered into the kitchen which was connected to the garage her husband who was waiting than lunged at her and thats when she fired a warning shot.... what else was she suppose to do? just sit in the garage and wait for him to possibly choke her again ...or worst...

    she couldn't call the police from the garage cuz she didn't have a phone...

    but yea the case is total bullshit... she killed no one ... 20 yrs is entirely too excessive and thats an understatement... especially considering the fact the 'stand your ground' law was recently cited by a judge in miami florida to absolve a man of any wrong doing when he chased a down a thief and stabbed him to death ....why does this law protect him but not her?

    shit is too vague and open to interpretation ....

  • cobblandcobbland Hangin' With The Homeboys (1991) Chicago...Posts: 3,580 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Oh yeah remember the duke lacross case. Another case where everyone was wetting their pants ITS A TRAGEDY! DAS RACIST! and it turned out the lying skank just doing what she did best...lying and being a skank. Tawana Brawley too. Seems to be a pattern.

    I love it.

    Wack.

    Rosewood, Florida.
    The Scottsboro Boys.
    Emmett Till.
    Alan Newton and countless others.

    Lets not forget the countless black women who were raped by groups of men, that included town sheriffs and went unreported. And you pussies whine about some faggots at Duke who were only falsely accused.

    You bitches hold on to that shit and Tawana Brawley like it's the greatest injustice that has ever occurred.

    No towns were burnt down.
    No lynchings occurred.
    White men weren't snatched out of their homes and profiled endlessly.

    It's going to be funny when this country get's involved in another war and starts churning out the "We are All Americans" and "Let's Unite as One" propaganda.

    Black people would be wise to step back and evaluate how their involvement in international affairs hasn't improved their conditions here in America.
    TheBadOnekingblaze84truth_juice
  • heyslickheyslick Posts: 1,179
    cobbland wrote: »
    Oh yeah remember the duke lacross case. Another case where everyone was wetting their pants ITS A TRAGEDY! DAS RACIST! and it turned out the lying skank just doing what she did best...lying and being a skank. Tawana Brawley too. Seems to be a pattern.

    I love it.

    Wack.

    Rosewood, Florida.
    The Scottsboro Boys.
    Emmett Till.
    Alan Newton and countless others.

    Lets not forget the countless black women who were raped by groups of men, that included town sheriffs and went unreported. And you pussies whine about some faggots at Duke who were only falsely accused.

    You bitches hold on to that shit and Tawana Brawley like it's the greatest injustice that has ever occurred.

    No towns were burnt down.
    No lynchings occurred.
    White men weren't snatched out of their homes and profiled endlessly.

    It's going to be funny when this country get's involved in another war and starts churning out the "We are All Americans" and "Let's Unite as One" propaganda.

    Black people would be wise to step back and evaluate how their involvement in international affairs hasn't improved their conditions here in America.



    Can you prove that these things are still happening in America - apparently white men of today IE the 21th century aren't raping black women....so by you dwelling in past history events how is that proving what's happening today in America - you and others LOVE TO DWELL in historical issues,yet you can't substantiate your claims with current history. Y is that so many Black people always jump the gun on critical issues then they end up looking like fools after the facts come out about said issue.

    cobblandredhandedbanditidoitforhiphop10truth_juice
  • Drgoo0285Drgoo0285 Posts: 513
    heyslick wrote: »
    cobbland wrote: »
    Oh yeah remember the duke lacross case. Another case where everyone was wetting their pants ITS A TRAGEDY! DAS RACIST! and it turned out the lying skank just doing what she did best...lying and being a skank. Tawana Brawley too. Seems to be a pattern.

    I love it.

    Wack.

    Rosewood, Florida.
    The Scottsboro Boys.
    Emmett Till.
    Alan Newton and countless others.

    Lets not forget the countless black women who were raped by groups of men, that included town sheriffs and went unreported. And you pussies whine about some faggots at Duke who were only falsely accused.

    You bitches hold on to that shit and Tawana Brawley like it's the greatest injustice that has ever occurred.

    No towns were burnt down.
    No lynchings occurred.
    White men weren't snatched out of their homes and profiled endlessly.

    It's going to be funny when this country get's involved in another war and starts churning out the "We are All Americans" and "Let's Unite as One" propaganda.

    Black people would be wise to step back and evaluate how their involvement in international affairs hasn't improved their conditions here in America.



    Can you prove that these things are still happening in America - apparently white men of today IE the 21th century aren't raping black women....so by you dwelling in past history events how is that proving what's happening today in America - you and others LOVE TO DWELL in historical issues,yet you can't substantiate your claims with current history. Y is that so many Black people always jump the gun on critical issues then they end up looking like fools after the facts come out about said issue.

    we live in a society that reports more black crime than whites committing the same crimes...
  • heyslickheyslick Posts: 1,179
    Drgoo0285 wrote: »
    heyslick wrote: »
    cobbland wrote: »
    Oh yeah remember the duke lacross case. Another case where everyone was wetting their pants ITS A TRAGEDY! DAS RACIST! and it turned out the lying skank just doing what she did best...lying and being a skank. Tawana Brawley too. Seems to be a pattern.

    I love it.

    Wack.

    Rosewood, Florida.
    The Scottsboro Boys.
    Emmett Till.
    Alan Newton and countless others.

    Lets not forget the countless black women who were raped by groups of men, that included town sheriffs and went unreported. And you pussies whine about some faggots at Duke who were only falsely accused.

    You bitches hold on to that shit and Tawana Brawley like it's the greatest injustice that has ever occurred.

    No towns were burnt down.
    No lynchings occurred.
    White men weren't snatched out of their homes and profiled endlessly.

    It's going to be funny when this country get's involved in another war and starts churning out the "We are All Americans" and "Let's Unite as One" propaganda.

    Black people would be wise to step back and evaluate how their involvement in international affairs hasn't improved their conditions here in America.



    Can you prove that these things are still happening in America - apparently white men of today IE the 21th century aren't raping black women....so by you dwelling in past history events how is that proving what's happening today in America - you and others LOVE TO DWELL in historical issues,yet you can't substantiate your claims with current history. Y is that so many Black people always jump the gun on critical issues then they end up looking like fools after the facts come out about said issue.

    we live in a society that reports more black crime than whites committing the same crimes...


    Would you care to prove that - black on black crime is always under reported,just like black on white murder rates are under reported for fear of reprisal -- & WHO'S the biggest culprit when it comes to blaming - the media plays the game of deception and bias constantly. They protect certain minorities. you know damn well that is the case in MOST situations. BTW didn't some major network get caught editing out certain parts of Zimmerman's comments in the Trayvon Martin case?
    cobblandredhandedbanditidoitforhiphop10Toppstruth_juice
  • Drgoo0285Drgoo0285 Posts: 513
    edited April 2012
    heyslick wrote: »
    Drgoo0285 wrote: »
    heyslick wrote: »
    cobbland wrote: »
    Oh yeah remember the duke lacross case. Another case where everyone was wetting their pants ITS A TRAGEDY! DAS RACIST! and it turned out the lying skank just doing what she did best...lying and being a skank. Tawana Brawley too. Seems to be a pattern.

    I love it.

    Wack.

    Rosewood, Florida.
    The Scottsboro Boys.
    Emmett Till.
    Alan Newton and countless others.

    Lets not forget the countless black women who were raped by groups of men, that included town sheriffs and went unreported. And you pussies whine about some faggots at Duke who were only falsely accused.

    You bitches hold on to that shit and Tawana Brawley like it's the greatest injustice that has ever occurred.

    No towns were burnt down.
    No lynchings occurred.
    White men weren't snatched out of their homes and profiled endlessly.

    It's going to be funny when this country get's involved in another war and starts churning out the "We are All Americans" and "Let's Unite as One" propaganda.

    Black people would be wise to step back and evaluate how their involvement in international affairs hasn't improved their conditions here in America.



    Can you prove that these things are still happening in America - apparently white men of today IE the 21th century aren't raping black women....so by you dwelling in past history events how is that proving what's happening today in America - you and others LOVE TO DWELL in historical issues,yet you can't substantiate your claims with current history. Y is that so many Black people always jump the gun on critical issues then they end up looking like fools after the facts come out about said issue.

    we live in a society that reports more black crime than whites committing the same crimes...


    Would you care to prove that - black on black crime is always under reported,just like black on white murder rates are under reported for fear of reprisal -- & WHO'S the biggest culprit when it comes to blaming - the media plays the game of deception and bias constantly. They protect certain minorities. you know damn well that is the case in MOST situations. BTW didn't some major network get caught editing out certain parts of Zimmerman's comments in the Trayvon Martin case?

    I meant reported by police(probably used the wrong word)... Case in point there's no real deviation in race in illegal drug users, but the people arrested for possession tend to be black.

    Also closer to your point... Seem to be more likely to be believed by cops that they acted in self defense..
    kingblaze84
  • 1of11of1 Posts: 37,336 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Is there any information regarding the trajectory and exaxt entry point of the bullet?
  • fiat_moneyfiat_money Posts: 16,655 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Is there any information regarding the trajectory and exaxt entry point of the bullet?
    Yesterday, during the bond hearing, they said it was a contact shot or a near contact shot to the chest.
  • bow to royaltybow to royalty Posts: 2,931 ✭✭✭
    People mad as hell at that picture of Zimmerman's head bleeding.
    truth_juice
  • cobblandcobbland Hangin' With The Homeboys (1991) Chicago...Posts: 3,580 ✭✭✭✭✭
    heyslick wrote: »
    cobbland wrote: »
    Oh yeah remember the duke lacross case. Another case where everyone was wetting their pants ITS A TRAGEDY! DAS RACIST! and it turned out the lying skank just doing what she did best...lying and being a skank. Tawana Brawley too. Seems to be a pattern.

    I love it.

    Wack.

    Rosewood, Florida.
    The Scottsboro Boys.
    Emmett Till.
    Alan Newton and countless others.

    Lets not forget the countless black women who were raped by groups of men, that included town sheriffs and went unreported. And you pussies whine about some faggots at Duke who were only falsely accused.

    You bitches hold on to that shit and Tawana Brawley like it's the greatest injustice that has ever occurred.

    No towns were burnt down.
    No lynchings occurred.
    White men weren't snatched out of their homes and profiled endlessly.

    It's going to be funny when this country get's involved in another war and starts churning out the "We are All Americans" and "Let's Unite as One" propaganda.

    Black people would be wise to step back and evaluate how their involvement in international affairs hasn't improved their conditions here in America.



    Can you prove that these things are still happening in America - apparently white men of today IE the 21th century aren't raping black women....so by you dwelling in past history events how is that proving what's happening today in America - you and others LOVE TO DWELL in historical issues,yet you can't substantiate your claims with current history. Y is that so many Black people always jump the gun on critical issues then they end up looking like fools after the facts come out about said issue.
    heyslick wrote: »
    Drgoo0285 wrote: »
    heyslick wrote: »
    cobbland wrote: »
    Oh yeah remember the duke lacross case. Another case where everyone was wetting their pants ITS A TRAGEDY! DAS RACIST! and it turned out the lying skank just doing what she did best...lying and being a skank. Tawana Brawley too. Seems to be a pattern.

    I love it.

    Wack.

    Rosewood, Florida.
    The Scottsboro Boys.
    Emmett Till.
    Alan Newton and countless others.

    Lets not forget the countless black women who were raped by groups of men, that included town sheriffs and went unreported. And you pussies whine about some faggots at Duke who were only falsely accused.

    You bitches hold on to that shit and Tawana Brawley like it's the greatest injustice that has ever occurred.

    No towns were burnt down.
    No lynchings occurred.
    White men weren't snatched out of their homes and profiled endlessly.

    It's going to be funny when this country get's involved in another war and starts churning out the "We are All Americans" and "Let's Unite as One" propaganda.

    Black people would be wise to step back and evaluate how their involvement in international affairs hasn't improved their conditions here in America.



    Can you prove that these things are still happening in America - apparently white men of today IE the 21th century aren't raping black women....so by you dwelling in past history events how is that proving what's happening today in America - you and others LOVE TO DWELL in historical issues, yet you can't substantiate your claims with current history. Y is that so many Black people always jump the gun on critical issues then they end up looking like fools after the facts come out about said issue.

    we live in a society that reports more black crime than whites committing the same crimes...


    Would you care to prove that - black on black crime is always under reported,just like black on white murder rates are under reported for fear of reprisal -- & WHO'S the biggest culprit when it comes to blaming - the media plays the game of deception and bias constantly. They protect certain minorities. you know damn well that is the case in MOST situations. BTW didn't some major network get caught editing out certain parts of Zimmerman's comments in the Trayvon Martin case?

    Typical, you hold dear to the same tired ass arguments I've seen other clowns make.

    1). Blacks were justified in jumping the gun based on past experiences in said case/instance.

    2. Last time I checked, the majority of the media outlets in this country weren't controlled by Blacks, so why would it be advantageous to these media barons to "protect certain minorities," especially when they've gone out of their way to disparage, stereotype, and degrade "certain minorities" with the said media outlets.

    I sincerely doubt that the Rupert Murdochs, Micheal Bloombergs, Sumner Redstones, Ted Turners, Si Newhouse, Arthur Sulzbergers, Mel Karmazins, and Mort Zuckermans of the world are thinking "how can we make black people look noble?"

    Black on black crime under reported? I guess you've forgotten all about the "If it bleeds, It leads" fear based version of reporting stories that has dominated the news outlets since the 80's. Guess who shows up as the big villain in a majority of those stories?
    redhandedbanditGucci Scott Kingmonolithicpawtruth_juice
  • Supreme_GentlemanSupreme_Gentleman #RapeCulture Posts: 19,619 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Is there any pics of how his head looks like now? Gashes made from getting your head banged on concrete don't magically heal.
  • FroHawkeFroHawke Posts: 1,114
    Black/White/Asian/Latino kids die everyday in this country and elsewhere as a result of much worse circumstances...I'll never get the hype for this case.
    SneakDZAToppstruth_juice
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