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MOTOR City goes BUST! Crime on the Rise! Will it take the HEAT off Mr.Zimmerman's Case.

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  • MOTOR City goes BUST! Crime on the Rise! Will it take the HEAT off Mr.Zimmerman's Case.

    MOTOR City goes BUST! Crime on the Rise! Will it take the HEAT off Mr.Zimmerman's Case.

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    No. The justice department is probably going to file civil charges against Zimmerman. They have requested the sanford police to not return Zimmerans kel-tec. Obviously, the administration does not care that Zimmerman was found not guilty. If Martin's parents want to file civil charges thats their right but the government should stay out of it. Jury has spoken.

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    • #3
      Once the media stops headlining the circus, it will go away. The story itself is not even remotely interesting. The twist fabricated by the media to stir public emotion become more transparent the more FACTS we learn. The media will simply move onto something else they can lie about.

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      • #4
        Zimmerman will be tied up with lawyers,courts and filings for the next 10 years, and nothing will happen. Except his life will be miserable. the DOJ is using this as a distraction of their own problems, as well as the IRS scandal.Smoke and mirrors, watch the other hand, and don't pay attention to the man behind the curtain.

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        • #5
          Jay, I presume you mean civil rights charges? A civil court action is initiated by a claim not by charges. Civil rights is a federal constitutional issue. The feds have jurisdiction, not local authorities. And that is a good thing otherwise there still probably would be no civil rights for blacks in the South. The social history of that neck of the woods after Reconstruction ended and prior to enforcement of Civil Rights Act 1964 is not very edifying.

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          • #6
            Of course, I'm not agreeing that this was a violation of civil rights. Not at all! But I guess the feds will investigate it and see. Just like the local authorities investigated the murder charge. I guess the feds would be hard pressed to avoid investigation under the circumstances (media circus). Let em do their job and we'll see what happens.

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            • #7
              They showed video clips of three Detroit city officials on GMA this morning. The mayor and two other high ranking city officials.
              All three elected.
              All three black.
              All three Democrat.
              All three "nattily" dressed!
              Coincidence?

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              • #8
                ...and BTW! As long as Obama and Holder are in office, Zimmerman WILL be in the crosshairs!

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                • #9
                  I think Jay is referring to a Civil Trial were Monetary Penalties are attached rather than Criminal. The guilty verdict in a civil trial is much easier to achieve than criminal. A Civil Rights Trial is a Federal Criminal Trial.

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                  • #10
                    The media is milking Zimmerman for all it's worth. Sharpton is organizing a national demonstration tomorrow to fan the flames a little more. The DOJ has an e-mail where people can send TIPS on how Zimmerman could be considered a racist. They should check his date for his senior prom - a black girl. This is insane, how the politics are driving the legal system.
                    In Ohio, Buckeye Firearms is taking up a collection to buy Zimmerman a new gun since Florida will not give him his back.
                    Detroit borrowed $100million a year, for years and doctored the books so it looked like they were doing good. They can not even collect their tax dollars right now - that is how messed up they are. Where are all the crooked politicians that were responsible for this mess - they are long gone. Chapter 9 will probably mean the City pensioners will take a cut, like all the creditors will. There are 9,500 uniformed City workers supporting 23,000 pensioners. Too bad. They have 1,000 empty buildings and are #2 in crime after Flint, Michigan.
                    I don't care much for Don Trump, but I bet he, or someone like him(except Blumeberg in NYC) could straighten out something like Detroit. We need more people with business sense than the corrupt, self serving politicians we get.

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                    • #11
                      No. We still have at least another month of fake media outrage to endure.

                      Detroit, will be owned by Chinese investors before long. They have been buying up all kinds of land in the states. With Detroit being on a major shipping route the Chinese will buy up vast swaths at bargain basement prices to develop. They're doing it in New York, Chicago, Toledo, San Francisco, Los Angeles etc... They maybe a communist country but they're business savvy, with almost an unlimited budget. In the near future in big cities across America you'll be going to "America Town" instead of "China Town". Sad but true. Things are not going to get any better any time soon unfortunately.

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                      • #12
                        Get over it.

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                        • #13
                          The Zimmerman case has pretty much played itself out, as a "man bites dog" story. Meanwhile, in Brunswick, Georgia, another 17-year-old African-American "child" shot a white baby in the face during an attempted robbery because its mother had no money to hand over. He had threatened the mother by saying "I am going to kill your baby" unless she gave him her money. A non-event to the news media. Dog bites man.

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                          • #14
                            Are you trying to bring politics in the Detroit issue? Because politics have nothing to do with its problems.

                            There isn't a Republican, or a conservative, within 100 miles of Detroit. Hasn't been for decades.

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                            • #15
                              I think it may be political in the sense that one particular party (it starts with a "D") that is justifiably famous for its generosity toward public service unions, racked up $9 billion in unfunded pension liabilities.

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