Re: Violence over George Zimmerman
Posted by **BlackMonk** on Jul 14, 2013 at 8:25:30 PM:
In Reply to: Re: Violence over George Zimmerman posted by **pycb** on Jul 14, 2013 at 7:51:52 PM:
****Either the jury believed Zimmerman's actions were justifiable or they were not fully convinced that the prosecution proved that his actions were unjustifiable in a court of law... That they failed to take it beyond a reasonable doubt...
***he was found innocent by a jury of his peers - case over - move on
**There's no such thing as an "innocent" verdict.*
*ok so you want to resort to playing semantics - if he was not found guilty - he is therefore innocent - spin it however you want to (as is your want) - but the fact remains he was found not guilty (feel free to substitute whatever inane word you wish)
*it all comes down to the same thing..............
"Innocent" means you didn't commit the crime. "Not guilty" means the jury doesn't think the case against you was proven.
How many times over the past two decades have you complained about OJ being treated as though he were guilty, even though, according to your standards, he's "innocent?"
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