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Friday, July 13, 2012

Federale: Sanford, FL Has a Huge Problem with Racist Cops: Racist Black Cops Immediately Sought to Railroad George Zimmerman; Miami Herald

Tries to Keep Hoax Alive!

 
Crime victim George Zimmerman in court on June 29, 2012
"In this Friday, June 29, 2012 file photo, George Zimmerman enters the courtroom before he appears before Circuit Judge Kenneth R. Lester, Jr., during a bond hearing at the Seminole County Criminal Justice Center in Sanford, Fla. Zimmerman, a neighborhood watch leader was released from jail Friday, July 6, 2012, for a second time while he awaits his second-degree murder trial for fatally shooting Trayvon Martin." (Orlando Sentinel, Joe Burbank, Pool, File/AP Photo)
 

By Nicholas Stix

Federale writes:

[D]espite the rantings of the [black] racists, Zimmerman was arrested that night on charges of unlawful discharge of a firearm and taken in handcuffs to the police station. And note that arrest was unlawful and violated Zimmerman's civil rights, as the law allows discharging of firearms in self-defense.

But the real story is that black cops don't recognize that to arrest someone, you must have probable cause that a crime was committed, not just to satisfy the racist black community.


[“Never Trust a Black Cop? Black Detectives Wanted Zimmerman Charged,” by Federale, VDARE, July 13, 2012 at 1:48 p.m.]

(Read the whole thing.)

Some may be offended by Federale’s title. To them I say: Good.

I have written quite a bit on black policemen, almost all of it negative. Although I have fond memories of a black youth cop from my childhood home of Long Beach, New York, named Alonzo “Merk” Merkerson, who showed me great kindness, the results of my studies of black police nationally, and in specific cities (New York, L.A., New Orleans, San Francisco, Cincinatti, Atlanta, Detroit and Philadelphia over the past generation have been uniformly negative. (My personal experiences with white cops in Long Beach—where I was very well-known to at least half the department—were also vastly superior to those I’ve had with white cops in New York City.)

The following Miami Herald article, under reporter Frances Robles’ byline, is clearly propaganda meant to undermine the new revelations of black racism within the Sanford Police Department, and to engage in damage control on behalf of the Trayvon Martin Hoax. Coming from a hoaxer like Trymaine Lee, this would be par for the course. But Robles had previously been very fair to Zimmerman and his family. This raises the question as to how much of the hit piece came from Robles, how much came from her colleague Scott Hiaasen (who I’m guessing is a Martin Hoaxer), and/or how much came from a pro-Martin editor at the Herald. And we cannot preclude the possibility that Robles turned.

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Detective in Zimmerman case said he was pressured to file charges
By Frances Robles
frobles@MiamiHerald.com
Miami Herald
Posted on Thursday, July 12, 2012

The lead Sanford Police investigator who sought manslaughter charges against George Zimmerman told the FBI that a sergeant and two other officers tried to pressure him into making an arrest in the controversial case — even though he didn’t think there was enough evidence.

Sanford Police Officer Chris Serino first made headlines when evidence released in the case showed he sought manslaughter charges against Zimmerman even while his chief publicly said there was no probable cause to arrest him. But a document released late Thursday casts doubt on Serino’s prior sworn affidavit seeking criminal charges, and raises questions about the credibility of the star law-enforcement witness in the murder case against Zimmerman for the shooting death of a black teenager, Miami Gardens high school junior Trayvon Martin.. [sic]

Telling the FBI that he was concerned that people inside the police department were leaking information, Serino cited Sgt. Arthur Barnes, officers Rebecca Villalona and Trekelle Perkins “as all pressuring him to file charges against Zimmerman after the incident,” an FBI report said. “Serino did not believe he had enough evidence at the time to file charges.”

The summary of Serino’s statement does not mention the race of the officers who allegedly pressured him, but sources told The Miami Herald that Barnes and Perkins are black, and Villalona is married to an African-American man. All three, the source said, had been called in by their supervisor and questioned about leaking information in the case. [N.S.: This is a common problem with black LEOs.]

A request Thursday evening to the Sanford Police Department for comment about Serino’s statement went unanswered.

“Our position has always been that there’s something going on in the Sanford Police Department,” said Benjamin Crump, an attorney for Trayvon’s family. [This is the exact opposite of what Crump has been saying all along. He has been asserting, without any foundation, that the Sanford Police Department is dominated by a bunch of corrupt, racist whites, when it turns out that the problem was corrupt, racist blacks and their sympathizers.] “All of this is window dressing. What’s important is George Zimmerman’s statements, which are inconsistent and factually impossible.”

Serino, a 15-year veteran of the department who was a major-crimes investigator, was demoted last month to overnight patrol. Tapes of his interviews with Zimmerman show him poking holes in the former neighborhood watch volunteer’s account of what happened the night he killed Trayvon. Serino told the FBI that Zimmerman had a “little hero complex” and sounded “scripted.” However, he said he believed Zimmerman targeted Trayvon because of his attire, the circumstances and recent burglaries in the area, not the color of the teen’s skin.

In his FBI interview, Serino accused Sgt. Barnes of being “friendly” with Tracy Martin, Trayvon’s father. He said Tracy Martin at first understood why no charges were filed, but later changed coursse [sic] and accused Zimmerman of racial profiling. [Tracy Martin also initially said that the screams on the 911 tape were definitely not his son’s but changed course, after being coached by Benjamin Crump.]

Crump denied that Tracy Martin ever changed postures. [See above.] Martin, he said, sought legal counsel the very day Serino told him no charges would be filed.

Records released Thursday show that Sgt. Barnes, a 25-year veteran of the department, told the FBI that he believed the black community would be “in an uproar” if Zimmerman was not charged. “The community will be satisfied if an arrest takes place,” the FBI quoted him saying. Barnes “felt the shooting was not racially motivated, but it was a man shooting an unarmed kid.”

The report does not make clear why Serino would feel pressure from Barnes and the other two officers he mentioned, when he had the backing of the police chief. [Duh! You know better than to ask that question, Ms. Robles. You did better in your earlier reports.] Chief Lee was fired last month for [being white, and failing to submit to Jim Snow] his role in the widely disparaged investigation.

Serino did not respond to a request for comment and in the past has declined to speak to The Miami Herald.

Serino’s statement was among nearly 300 pages of documents released Thursday by the Duval County state attorney, including reports from FBI agents who launched a civil rights investigation to determine whether racial bias was involved in Trayvon’s Feb. 26 killing.

After interviewing nearly three dozen people — including gun dealers, Zimmerman’s former fianc√©, co-workers and neighbors — the FBI found no evidence that racial bias was a motivating factor in the shooting, the records show. It’s unclear whether more interview transcripts remain to be released.

The evidence released Thursday includes witness-statement summaries from co-workers.
They described Zimmerman as a consummate professional who was exceedingly pleasant and didn’t fly off the handle, even when someone cut off the lock he had used to make sure no one moved a special ergonomic chair from his desk. An ex-girlfriend described him as someone who sometimes wanted to drive into a lake and was prone to road rage, but she said he had plenty of black friends and was the “last person” she would expect to get into the kind of confrontation that led to Trayvon’s death. [He didn’t “get into a confrontation”; he was jumped. That could happen to anyone not completely buffered from blacks.]

The statements said Zimmerman had been beaten as a child by his mother, was sometimes suicidal, and that two weeks after the killing he tried to buy more guns because he feared for his life.

One memo from prosecutors mention [sic] that Zimmerman went to his interviews with police accompanied by a friend who is a federal air marshal.

Another report, which appears to refer to the same person, details an interview with one of Zimmerman’s closest friends, a former Seminole County Sheriff’s deputy. The former deputy went to the scene the night of the shooting, put Zimmerman up for more than a month after the killing, and accompanied him to his interviews with police. He trained Zimmerman on how to use a gun, adding that he “wasn’t a very good shot at first,” but improved.

[Apparently, the Herald is trying to get as much information about this man out as possible, so that supporters of would-be murderer Trayvon Martin can piece together his identity and destroy his life, as a warning to anyone else who might be tempted to help out the next “George Zimmerman.”]

The friend, whose name was blacked out in the report, told state investigators that Zimmerman was frugal, not very streetwise, and had a childhood marked by an abusive mother and a father who looked the other way when his son was beaten. Zimmerman, he said, had been estranged from his family until Trayvon’s shooting.

[I see they’re trying to destroy Zimmerman’s parents, as well.]

On the report detailing the friend’s interview, his current occupation is covered in black ink.

“I’m intrigued by this person at the scene that night. Putting two and two together, he is the air marshal who accompanied him to the interview,” said Natalie Jackson, one of the lawyers for the slain teen’s parents. “I would ask the question of whether he knew former police Chief Bill Lee, because they both worked at the sheriff’s department.”

[Jackson is still playing Crump’s tune, “The Sanford PD was racist against blacks.” Look for more similar propaganda from Trymaine Lee (no relation to former SPD Chief Bill Lee!), Al Sharpton and Benjamin Crump’s man at AOL’s Huffington Post.]

Zimmerman, 28, was a neighborhood watch volunteer in the development where Trayvon’s father’s girlfriend lives. He spotted the teen that night and found him dodgy, called the police and got out of his car to locate him, Zimmerman’s friend told investigators.

Zimmerman has said Trayvon attacked him, broke his nose and slammed his head on the concrete at the Retreat at Twin Lakes townhouse complex. Specially appointed prosecutors who investigated the case said Zimmerman wrongly assumed Trayvon was a criminal, and say he did not suffer injuries serious enough to require deadly force.

They charged Zimmerman with second-degree murder, which carries a potential life sentence.

The U.S. Department of Justice and FBI stepped in about a month after the killing, as protesters nationwide criticized the investigation. In all, the FBI interviewed 35 people.

Among the other revelations in the nearly 300 pages of records:

• A witness told prosecutors that her son, a minor, had felt pressured by Sanford Police to say the injured man he saw was wearing a red top. The boy’s testimony is considered critical, because it backed up Zimmerman’s allegation that he — wearing red — was being pummeled. [Multiple witnesses back up Zimmerman’s story, so why is Robles—or her editor—insinuating that the black kid’s testimony is pivotal? And how did his mother suddenly become a “witness”? There was only one minor child witness previously, and I saw him interviewed on TV more than once. His mother was never referred to as a “witness.” Otherwise, reporters would have interviewed her.]

• The day Zimmerman turned himself in to be charged with second-degree murder, authorities confiscated a handgun from his car. [And this reveals what?]

• A gun dealer told police that some time in mid-March, Zimmerman called to say he was afraid for his life and “needed more guns.” [Was he not justified in fearing for his life, in light of the public threats against his life, including those by the murder cult the Nation of Islam’s New Black Panther Party?]

• A police sergeant on duty at the station the night Trayvon was killed said he didn’t notice any injury to Zimmerman’s nose, but said he was “grunting as if in pain.” [What about the photographic evidence from that night of Zimmerman’s wounds?]

Miami Herald staff writer Scott Hiaasen contributed to this report.

6 comments:

Chicago guy said...

This shows the inherent danger in having blacks in positions of power. They are over-promoted on police forces everywhere as well as in other capacities. When they're in a position of having the upper hand then watch out, everything just becomes corrupted and power is abused. It's as reliable as the sun coming up.

Anonymous said...

As someone on VDare has pointed out, Zimmerman had no chance of fleeing. He was jumped and pinned to the ground and assaulted. He did not have to play by the stand your ground rules. He never got the chance to. He repelled a deadly assault on his person with the legally concealed weapon he had.
The law in this country has become no law at all. Very scary.
There is no one in power, the vast majority are lawyers, who will speak out against this travesty.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the mention.

Stan Mute said...

In the version I read in the Herald this morning, the Herald DID out Zimmerman's friend as a federal air Marshall for Homeland Security. It also said Zimmerman lived with the Marshall and his wife for six weeks hiding from media and Black Panthers. It named the Marshall and his wife, whom the Herald said was maid of honor or something at Zimmerman's wedding.

Clearly the Herald is trying now to destroy the Marshall and his family.

PDK said...

If you view the movie, "The Birth of a Nation", from 1915, you will see that what they said has actually manifested. That blacks, once both given their freedom and are completely enfranchised, they will be not only uncivil, but down right dangerous.

A gathering of non-liberals to republican states, followed by a formal declaration of independence, followed itself by an outlawing of liberals, Islamics and illegals will rid the new country of, among other things,95% black Americans.

This is a solution I can live with. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Another great article Nicholas!
The black community always complains that people hate them for no reason, but when a massive race hoax like this comes to light, the people get a first hand look into just how ugly the black community is.
The blacks ALWAYS play the race card, regardless of the facts. They are quick to defend their own people even when they have done serious crimes, and even quicker to point their fingers at 'whitey' when it suits their needs.
I am not saying that Zimmerman is 100% blameless in all of this mess. However, Zimmerman's blame margin is less than 10% in my opinion.
The only reason why this has gone as far as it did is because the blacks latched onto it and is trying to make Martin into the next Rodney King even though this is completely different.
The only thing the blacks would want different in this, is if Zimmerman was actually white rather than 'white Hispanic' (whatever that is). Interestingly, I had never heard of the phrase 'white Hispanic' until this case and I am sure this was to make Zimmerman appear to be 'the white devil' instead of the Hispanic he is.
In conclusion, corruption in the black leaders is evident to anyone who pays attention to such matters. In fact, the one good thing that has come out of this case is that it proves that the USA legal system is corrupt beyond what we realized and honestly, I'm sure this case has made a lot of people wake up to the racist blacks that have perpetuated their
corruption of American values to suit their own needs. I can't even look at Crump's face without a deep feeling of disgust. Worse still, is my disgust of the whites who defend people like Crump, regardless of the facts.