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12smile
04-04-2012, 20:18
ZIMMERMAN'S FATHER ON HANNITY,

You'll see this again...but it was good...Zimmeman's father was (in shillouette) on Hannity and gave the account of events...

6' 1" thug APPROACHED Zimmerman and said "do you have a problem"

5' 9" Zimmerman said "No"

6' 1" Thug 'Well, now you do' and knocked him to the ground and began pummeling him.

Zimmerman's dad and the family identify the screams of "Help, Help" as George.

I'm sure it will be archived on Hannity's website.

It's as close to the source as we've gotten so far.

Otherwise, I'm speechless.

DOC44
04-04-2012, 20:30
on CNN tonight with Wolf Blitzer they had audio experts analyze the 911 call where "they" said Zimmerman used a racial explative "coon" which has a lot to do with why the feds could investigate the case. The experts filtered the two words in question and instead of it being "f...ing coon" they all agreed Zimmerman said, "f...ing cold" and it was cold that night.

http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/crime/2012/04/05/ac-tuchman-zimmerman-audio-enhanced.cnn

Doc44

juggy4711
04-04-2012, 21:38
In a sane world going on Fraud Hannity to plead one's case is the last thing I would do. That said I'm not surprised it turned out to be cold rather than coon.

barbedwiresmile
04-05-2012, 21:04
Who uses the word "coon"? I don't even hear that in rednecksville.

Nice try by CNN.

Brucev
04-06-2012, 06:24
It is not surprising the father would defend his son. Just like it is not surprising the son would be afforded deferential treatment after killing Martin. The father is after all a "judge." And one cannot not expect law enforcement or the judicial system to treat such a one or those associated with him in the same manner as would follow if the dead man had been a white man shot and killed while walking home with candy and a drink... by a African-America who said the dead white man to him looked suspicious. The killer's father is simply doing what he can to try to cast in the best light possible was is the stupid tragedy of a son who thinks a man is suspicious then stalks that man, initiates a confrontation and then kills him.

Who uses the word "coon?" Evidently a cop wantabe who stalks then confronts and then kills a man walking to the house after buying some candy and a drink.

DOC44
04-06-2012, 06:41
People hear what they want to hear and believe what they want to believe.

Doc44

Skyhook
04-06-2012, 06:49
People hear what they want to hear and believe what they want to believe.

Doc44

Wisdom.

Those making the most noise about this here and elsewhere seem to be the ones who have locked up their thinking on the subject and are mining the scant evidence to buttress-up their opinions.

Classic was the dead candy/soda kid's parents reply-- father Zimmerman knew nothing because he wasn't there, but they- the dead soda/candy guy's parents/spokespersons- knew everything.

There are simply too few adults in this who are interested in truth.. too many who think the likes of Al Sharpton have a corner on truth. :upeyes:

bear62
04-06-2012, 07:40
Zimmerman will (rightfully) walk but will be looking over his shoulder the rest of his life.

SGT HATRED
04-06-2012, 07:52
Who uses the word "coon"? I don't even hear that in rednecksville.

Nice try by CNN.

I just read Where the Red Fern Grows.

Cavalry Doc
04-06-2012, 20:21
Who uses the word "coon"? I don't even hear that in rednecksville.

Nice try by CNN.

I haven't heard that used outside of a movie in at least 25 years, and then it was very rare.

W420Hunter
04-06-2012, 21:10
It is not surprising the father would defend his son. Just like it is not surprising the son would be afforded deferential treatment after killing Martin. The father is after all a "judge." And one cannot not expect law enforcement or the judicial system to treat such a one or those associated with him in the same manner as would follow if the dead man had been a white man shot and killed while walking home with candy and a drink... by a African-America who said the dead white man to him looked suspicious. The killer's father is simply doing what he can to try to cast in the best light possible was is the stupid tragedy of a son who thinks a man is suspicious then stalks that man, initiates a confrontation and then kills him.

Who uses the word "coon?" Evidently a cop wantabe who stalks then confronts and then kills a man walking to the house after buying some candy and a drink.

Save some kool-aid for the rest of the left. :whistling: