Sunday, March 10, 2013

At Commentary, French, Cheese-Eating Surrender Monkey Sacrifices George Zimmerman in Trayvon Martin Hoax


A recent picture of crime victim George Zimmerman

Burglar and failed aspiring murderer, Trayvon Martin, aka NO_LIMIT_NIGGA, and the man he battered and attempted to murder. Note the cleaned-up wounds on Zimmerman’s face; they were all inflicted by Martin.

The bloody wounds that Trayvon Martin inflicted on the back of George Zimmerman’s head, when Martin repeatedly slammed Zimmerman’s head into the pavement, while trying to murder him (State Attorney's Office)

Posted, with a running commentary, by Nicholas Stix
Post #104 on the Trayvon Martin Hoax

I thank the buddy who sent me this (albeit last June)!

Note that declaring one's contempt for John Derbyshire has apparently turned into some pseudo-religious ritual on the unmanned, former Right.

French can't understand why people would compare the Trayvon Martin Hoax to the Tawana Brawley and Duke Rape hoaxes? What, did he just fall off a turnip truck?

This reminds me of the leftwing shtick of approaching every racist black-on-white attack completely in isolation, as if nothing of its ilk had ever happened before, and giving the attacker the most innocent, random explanation possible.

French writes like a brother from another planet, one who knows nothing about the reality of race in America. The alternative interpretation is that he is dishonest to the bone, based on being pc. I realize that he claims to be a conservative, but the term “conservative,” when applied to French, makes about as much sense as “Obamaton,” when applied to me.

Most importantly, since this apologia for the railroading of George Zimmerman appeared nine months ago, the basis of my criticisms was already known at the time that French wrote, so I am not guilty of 20-20 hindsight. Doubters are welcome to peruse my many blog items from last winter and spring.

Commentary has morally gone backwards—in 1988, its writers had no problem connecting one hoax to another, but now they can no longer see the obvious. And to think that circa 1990, I considered Commentary America's greatest intellectual magazine. That was until I started writing for Chronicles a couple of years later, at which point I concluded that it was America's greatest intellectual magazine!

But seriously, today’s Commentary has little in common with the magazine it once was. What was once often a must-read, depending on what was on its cover, has become an afterthought.

Racist hoax lawyer Benjamin Crump, at his March 21, 2012, press conference, at which he made a complete fool of himself, and proved that he had nothing on George Zimmerman. Prosecutor Angela Corey's affidavit sounded as if it been written by Crump. The legally illiterate Crump will be suing everyone in sight on the parents’ behalf, as he did in the Martin Lee Anderson Bootcamp Hoax, on which he made approximately $2.4 million, and is thus working on contingency.

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Conservatives and the Trayvon Martin Case
By David French
Commentary Magazine
June, 2012

Police officers arriving on the scene of an early-evening shooting on February 26, 2012, in the Florida town of Sanford had no way of knowing they were beginning an investigation that would lead to the most racially charged criminal case since O.J. Simpson’s in 1995. At the time, the shooting likely seemed tragic, a bit unusual, but not all that difficult to investigate. An armed neighborhood-watch volunteer, George Zimmerman, shot and killed an unarmed teen, Trayvon Martin.
Zimmerman claimed Martin had attacked him without any justifiable provocation.

After a few days of investigation, the state of Florida declined to file charges. Martin’s family began drumming up publicity to correct what they believed to be a terrible injustice. The Republican governor appointed a special prosecutor who filed second-degree murder charges against Zimmerman two months after the incident—pleasing those in the media and on the left who had quickly taken up the cause of the slain teen. He was killed, they claimed heatedly, for the crime of “walking while black.”

In response, conservatives seem to have developed a rooting interest in Zimmerman’s innocence. Listen to conservative talk radio, read conservative comment boards, read many conservative pundits, and you will see a relentless critique of the state’s evidence against Zimmerman, angry denunciations of the left’s abuse of the case for political gain, and even outright scorn for the idea that Zimmerman might be guilty of any crime at all.

This response is troubling on the merits, but it also contradicts a number of important conservative values. Zimmerman’s behavior on February 26 was problematic at best, and extreme rhetoric in his defense may one day come to haunt the conservative movement.

[Not bloody likely.]

This much we know: Martin left his father’s girlfriend’s home to buy a drink and some candy from a local convenience store. On his way back, roughly 40 minutes after sunset, he was spotted by Zimmerman, who was patrolling the neighborhood in his capacity as a volunteer neighborhood-watch captain. Zimmerman began following Martin and called the police to report “a suspicious person.” Around the same time, Martin was talking to his girlfriend on his cellphone and reportedly told her that he was being followed.

[French is uncritically accepting the story that race hoax attorney Benjamin Crump had fabricated, and which I had condemned almost three months before French wrote this apologia.]

The facts of what happened next are sharply in dispute. Between 7:10 p.m. and 7:25 p.m. (roughly an hour after sunset), Zimmerman and Martin had a confrontation, a scuffle ensued [nice moral equivalence there, like saying a “schoolyard fight”], Zimmerman suffered cuts to the back of his head, someone screamed for help, and Zimmerman fatally shot Martin in the chest. Martin was unarmed.

[Martin wasn’t unarmed; his hands were his weapons.]

In the defense’s version of events, Zimmerman broke off his pursuit of Martin when Martin doubled back and attacked him, slamming Zimmerman’s head against the ground. Zimmerman screamed for help, didn’t know if Martin was armed, and shot Martin in self-defense while in reasonable fear for his life.

In the prosecution’s version of events, Zimmerman alarmed Martin by following him and then initiated a confrontation. The prosecution has not affirmatively stated who started the actual fight, but it asserts that Martin, not Zimmerman, screamed for help, and Zimmerman then shot Martin without any reasonable fear for his own life.

First came the liberal outrage. Within days of the shooting, it became clear that Zimmerman would face no criminal sanction. Not only was the state refusing to charge him, local officials even resisted releasing crucial information about the case.

[It’s routine for local authorities to “resist releasing crucial information about” a case.]

The early narratives from the media and the left went something like this: A young, unarmed black male was shot dead in a “gated community” by an armed white neighborhood-watch officer. The black kid was guilty of nothing more than walking. No charges were filed because the white man was taking advantage of a misguided Florida law rammed through the legislature by pro-gun zealots that allowed him to “stand his ground.”

Trayvon Martin’s parents, Tracy Martin, l, and Sybrina Fulton, c, attend the March 21 riot held in their and their late son’s honor at New York City’s Union Square. One month after her son’s death, the grieving mother registered Trayvon’s name and associated phrases. Although the grieving parents have no legal costs, they have set up a fundraising operation for said “costs.” The legal term for that is wire fraud. (Legally illiterate race hoax attorney Benjamin Crump will be suing everyone in sight on the parents’ behalf, as he did in the Martin Lee Anderson Bootcamp Hoax, on which he made approximately $2.4 million, and is thus working on contingency.)

Even worse, as [black] community outrage grew, local officials circled the wagons, resisted releasing important evidence, and engaged in insensitive and defiant rhetoric (the Sanford police chief allegedly claimed that his words defending his department wouldn’t “mean anything to anybody” because he’s a “white man in a uniform”).

[But that “defiant rhetoric” was the most refreshingly honest talk anyone connected to the case engaged in. That was heroic, on the part of Sanford PD Chief …. It was the first time in a lifetime that I’d heard a white authority figure speak the truth about any racial incident. Why is French using just that term (“defiant rhetoric”) to describe a white heterosexual man, considering it is a typically black racist practice. The usage was no accident. And what the hell is “sensitive” rhetoric?]

[Black] Outrage continued to grow. Martin’s parents launched a petition drive on that quickly became the second-most-popular petition in the site’s history. The toxic combination of Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, MSNBC, and the Huffington Post led to an already emotional case being litigated against a backdrop of public hysteria. NBC News actually doctored recorded 911 calls to make Zimmerman appear blatantly racist. The New York Times invented new ethnic terminology by dubbing Zimmerman, whose mother is Peruvian, a “white Hispanic” in a transparent attempt to keep the racial angle alive.

Hardwired to resist race-baiting, MSNBC’s outrage, Sharpton’s demagoguery, NBC’s misconduct, and the New York Times’s stylistic games, many conservatives feared an innocent man was about to be sacrificed on the altar of political correctness. Just as the left read the facts most favorably to Trayvon Martin and the prosecution, some on the right took the opposite approach, effectively accepting Zimmerman’s version as truth and hammering at the weak points of the case. Video evidence uncovered by ABC News showed Zimmerman with a wound on his skull that night, which strengthened the counternarrative.

[Don’t use a term like “counternarrative.” That makes it sound like “our lies” versus “their lies,” as opposed to the truth versus racist lies.]

The case became yet another battle in the larger cultural war between red and blue America—and the rhetoric used by the right reflected that. Even as Brent Bozell of the Media Research Center rightfully called out the mainstream media for editing Zimmerman’s 911 call and called out leftist politicians for publicly proclaiming Zimmerman’s guilt, he also added, “This is another Tawana Brawley moment we’re looking at here, folks”—referring to the notorious New York hoax in which a young woman falsely claimed she’d been gang-raped by white public officials. But the analogy made no sense except for Sharpton’s repugnant involvement in both cases; Brawley had never been attacked, whereas the one unassailable fact of the Florida case was that Trayvon Martin was dead.

On March 29, 2012, Rush Limbaugh called the case the “next Duke lacrosse”—another problematic analogy, because (as in the Brawley case) the black prostitute who accused the white players on the lacrosse team of raping her had not been raped. George Will made the same comparison on This Week. Googling “Trayvon Martin and Duke lacrosse” yields more than 50,000 results.

[But that’s excellent! That French should denigrate it suggests he is being deliberately dim.]

On the fringe, more intemperate voices attacked Martin’s character. The blog Wagist appears dedicated to not merely vindicating George Zimmerman, but also destroying Martin’s reputation. [Good!] A post entitled “Was Trayvon Martin a Drug Dealer?” garnered 17,000 comments (and counting) and was picked up at the Free Republic and a number of other aggregation sites. Writers have commented on Martin’s gold teeth and tattoos and wondered aloud about his suspensions from school. These assaults on a dead kid who cannot defend himself have occurred despite the lack of any credible allegation that Martin was doing anything unlawful when Zimmerman started following him through the neighborhood.

[“On the fringe”? “Attacked Martin’s character”? “Assaults on a dead kid who cannot defend himself”? Who is writing this, Benjamin Crump?]

At arguably the lowest point of the public controversy, John Derbyshire even went so far as to write a column that used the racial conversations surrounding the Martin case to suggest that the incident proved it would be unwise for any white person to come to a black person’s aid lest the black person be planning to commit a crime against the white person. The column, which appeared on the website Taki’s Magazine, was so entirely beyond the pale that National Review promptly ended its many-years-long relationship with Derbyshire.

[That’s a crude misrepresentation of what Derbyshire wrote, but clearly any honest writing about blacks and crime is for French “entirely beyond the pale.”]

Rogue prosecutor Angela Corey

Zimmerman’s defenders have glossed over his action in following a law-abiding citizen after sunset as nothing more than an exercise of his rights as a citizen and neighborhood-watch captain. The sociologist [sic; he’s an economist] John Lott Jr.—in a post questioning whether the “affidavit of probable cause” in the Martin case was legally sufficient—wrote on National Review Online: “Surely Zimmerman had the right to investigate a strange person in his neighborhood.” Yet this assertion ignores the on-the-ground reality that such behavior would be incredibly alarming and possibly threatening to the person being followed.

[First of all, Martin was walking around a gated community, i.e., a community that has made clear its desire to keep out strangers. Thus, under such circumstances he should not have felt “incredibly alarm[ed] and possibly threaten[ed]” that a resident was following him. Second, at time, the neighborhood was under siege by young black felons. It was the residents who justifiably felt “incredibly alarm[ed] and possibly threaten[ed].” Third, as Zimmerman noted, Martin was acting strangely, as if he were on drugs. And guess what? He was on drugs! Zimmerman also suspected that Martin might be casing the area. And guess what? Martin was by profession a burglar!]

To be sure, conservative pushback at the astounding and reckless media excesses in this case (doctoring tapes, advancing a one-sided narrative, granting a platform to racial agitators such as Al Sharpton) is important and necessary. But the proper function of conservative citizens and commentators isn’t merely to be the yin to the liberal yang. They should instead exhibit a core responsibility to the truth and to particular principles of public life—principles that call for a more measured and neutral approach to the case.

[Read: Quiet and submissive.]

To be understood, those principles should be separated from the emotion and politics of the case. Viewed as a discrete set of facts, the case (as presently understood) should trouble conservatives deeply. It should trouble them that Zimmerman was exonerated after what appears to have been a relatively cursory initial investigation, and they should not so easily leap to the conclusion that the new prosecutor’s charging decision was irresponsible and politically motivated.
Three key principles dictate caution.

First, most conservatives rightly believe that public spaces belong to law-abiding citizens and not to menacing aggressors. In fact, this is one of the core principles behind the much-maligned “stand your ground” law that supposedly kept Zimmerman from being charged in the first place. But if the public spaces belong to the law-abiding and not to aggressors, don’t Zimmerman’s actions raise as many (if not more) questions than Martin’s?

Race hoaxer No connection to the Trayvon Martin Hoax? Al Sharpton, l, with his protégé, Tawana Brawley (who has since availed herself of various aliases, including but not limited to Maryam Muhammad and Tawana Thompson), circa 1988.

After all, not even the most zealous Zimmerman defender has credibly accused Martin of initially doing anything other than walking home from the store—an entirely lawful act. If a teenager is followed after sunset by an unknown man, there are two predictable reactions: (1) The teen would likely be frightened, and (2) most reasonable observers would see that fright as reasonable and the unknown man as a potential threat.

Contra John Lott, citizens do not have a blanket right to “investigate a strange person in [their] neighborhood.” [Oh, yes, they do!] No such broad right exists in the Constitution, relevant statutes, or common law. Zimmerman’s alleged right to investigate is certainly limited by Martin’s right to walk in public spaces free from threats or threatening behavior. [Zimmerman did not engage in threats or threatening behavior.] Were Zimmerman’s actions reasonable or unreasonable? Could Zimmerman have been reasonably viewed as a threat to Martin, and did Martin thus have the right to “stand his ground” rather than Zimmerman? Those questions will be critical at trial, and it will not be settled by the assertion of any “right” to investigate Martin.

[This case has nothing to do with SYG.]

Second, conservatives should not be inclined to trust without question the actions of local law enforcement. There is no evidence that a single national conservative commentator knew the first thing about the competence or character of the individuals who made the initial decision not to charge Zimmerman. [Wrong. At first, local law enforcement arrested Zimmerman.] They don’t know whether those local officials are wise, foolish, or free from racist taint. [“Free from racist taint”? This sounds religious or metaphysical, and is thus an impossible burden.] But they do know, or should know, that public officials (even public-safety officers) make mistakes even when they have the best of intentions, and they should also understand the need not only for constitutional constraints on police actions but also for public accountability.

Let us be clear about the law-enforcement action Martin’s parents were protesting at the outset: It was an unreviewable decision by a prosecutor not to charge (not even for manslaughter) an armed man who killed their unarmed [sic] son. And that decision appears to have been based not on conclusive evidence of Zimmerman’s innocence but on a subjective assessment that Zimmerman’s self-defense claim would be difficult to overcome. Do conservatives trust prosecutors to make that call? Or is that more properly a function of a grand jury?

[Now, everything has to go to a grand jury, which an ambitious DA can get to “indict a ham sandwich”? How is that a “conservative” position?]


Gold-digging racist, Sybrina Fulton, the mother of failed aspiring murderer Trayvon Martin. Here’s the caption from Jack McElroy’s Knoxville News Sentinel: “Sybrina Fulton, mother of Trayvon Martin, attends a candlelight vigil in Union Square to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the fatal shooting her 17-year old son by neighborhood watch member George Zimmerman in Florida, Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2013, in New York. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)”

Third, conservatives should be the last people in America to support or defend reckless behavior with a lawfully carried firearm. Whatever the verdict, an unarmed teenager is dead because an armed citizen behaved at best foolishly. He wrongly profiled a kid as a threat (it’s not known whether the profiling had a racial component [And what if it did? White kids were not committing crimes in the community, black kids were.]), followed him on foot (at least for a time), and shot him after apparently losing a fistfight. [Wrong. There was no fistfight. This is more racial socialist framing.]

Second Amendment activists—including, most notably, the National Rifle Association—put their commitment to safety, sobriety, and responsibility in gun ownership at the center of their advocacy. Liberalizing gun laws is not supposed to mean liberalizing behavior. In fact, one of the best arguments for concealed-carry laws is that concealed-carry permit holders have excellent conduct (for example, in Texas, concealed-carry permit holders are substantially less likely to commit a crime, in any category). The thriving sport-shooting community is similarly committed to safety. In contrast with the safety commitments of the NRA, the vast majority of concealed-carry permit holders, and the sport-shooting community, Zimmerman’s behavior crossed a line.

[He’s assuming a lot of unfounded claims from the Crump/prosecutor’s racial fairy tale.]

In fact, the gun-owning community is marked by a deep respect for life. This point may be counterintuitive to gun-control advocates, but the motivation for liberalizing gun laws is often about reducing violence, reducing death. Predators tend to be empowered by helpless prey. If the prey isn’t helpless, then he’s often not prey at all. In fact, in multiple states the enactment of concealed-carry laws coincided with significant drops in gun crimes, and every year thousands [actually, over one million] of citizens report using a weapon to save their own lives or the lives of others.

In short, conservatives realize that the problem isn’t the gun itself, but the mind-set of the person using it. But is anyone ready to argue that Zimmerman had the right mind-set for a concealed-carry permit holder when he initiated the chain of events that led to Martin’s death?

[I am.]

The facts as known—viewed in light of the three principles above—paint a worrisome picture. Yet Zimmerman was originally exonerated after a cursory investigation when the prosecutor actually overruled the lead investigator’s charging recommendation. This is the opposite of the Duke lacrosse and Tawana Brawley cases. In both those cases, there was no actual victim (no one was actually raped or assaulted), and yet there was a rush to judgment. In this case there is unquestionably a victim and there was a rush to exonerate.

[He’s got the wrong victim; Trayvon Martin was no victim. And if he believes there was a “rush to exonerate,” he’s delusional.]

None of the above indicates that conservatives should stampede to the other extreme and join those rooting for Zimmerman’s conviction. Instead, they should recognize that this case doesn’t neatly fit the red-blue divide and that there are many aspects of Zimmerman’s initial exoneration just as troubling as the left’s excesses in its demand for a prosecution.

To be clear, the only person who knows exactly what happened that evening is George Zimmerman—and even his memory may well be colored and corroded by a combination of adrenaline, time, and self-interest. No one has seen all the evidence, but the evidence that does exist hardly screams “hoax.” [Wrong.] If conservatives [he means capocons] continue to cast their lot with this killer of an unarmed man, they risk damaging their own credibility and further embolden those who would marginalize conservative voices in matters of race, crime, and justice.

[Wrong. It is the cowardice of French, et al., that emboldens “those who would marginalize conservative voices in matters of race, crime, and justice.”]

About the Author
David French is a constitutional lawyer who served as a judge advocate during Operation Iraqi Freedom. He writes regularly for National Review Online and the website Patheos. This is his first article for Commentary.

[N.S. And hopefully his last, though I wouldn’t bet on it.]

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[From WEJB/NSU’s Trayvon Martin Hoax files:

“Sanford, Florida: Black ‘Little Boy,’Trayvon Martin 17, Beat White ‘Vigilante’ George Zimmerman Bloody; Zimmerman Shot Martin Dead; Now Black WFTV ‘Reporter,’ Daralene Jones, Black Supremacists, and White Aunt Jemima Earwitness Demand That Zimmerman be Arrested”;

“Trayvon Martin: ABC ‘News’ Gets on Bandwagon, Acting as Martin’s Family Mouthpiece; Family Lawyer Refuses to Release All Information about Teen’s Last Phone Call to Girlfriend, but Insists That It Requires That George Zimmerman be Arrested ‘Right Now’”;

“Arrest First, Investigate Later: Press Conference by Lawyer Benjamin Crump, of Trayvon Martin’s Family, Seeks Through Violation of Due Process… to Railroad George Zimmerman”;

“News Coverage of the Trayvon Martin Case Keeps Getting Worse: New York Daily News Passes Off ABC News Hearsay as ‘Interview,’ While Changing the Hearsay!”;

“USA Today: ‘In wake of black teen Trayvon Martin's death, USA is soul-searching’; McPaper Invokes Jena 6, Quotes Al Sharpton, “ThugNiggaIntellectual” Mark Anthony Neal, and Jena Attacker Theo Shaw as Moral Authorities”;

“Why the Secret ‘Interview’ with Trayvon Martin’s Secret Girlfriend is Bogus, and His Alleged Last Cell Phone Call is Insignificant”;

“Another Trayvon Martin Supporter: Florida Atlantic U. Hate Crime Attacker Jonatha Carr Had Just been Interviewed about the Jena Six/Nuremberg-Style Rally She’s been Organizing; CBS12 News Tries to Rationalize Her Crimes”;

“Trayvon Martin’s Parents Attend New York City Riot Held on Their Behalf”;

Associated Press and Penn Live: Arrest George Zimmerman for Killing Trayvon Martin, the Law be Damned! Let Zimmerman Prove His Innocence in Court!”

National Review ‘Conservative’ Rich Lowry Goes to Bat for Al Sharpton in Trayvon Martin Case, Ignoring or Misrepresenting Facts of the Case”;

“Trayvon Martin Case: Real Eyewitness Supports Zimmerman’s Story, as Opposed to Lynch Mob’s Fake Eyewitnesses”;

“Barack Obama: Because Trayvon Martin was Black, and Vaguely Resembled Me, ‘All of Us Have to Do Some Soul-Searching’”;

Federale on the Trayvon Martin Hoax: National Review’s Rich Lowry and Robert VerBruggen Seek Street Cred with Black Supremacists by Sacrificing George Zimmerman; America Needs More Zimmermans, and Fewer Lowries and VerBruggens”;

“The Trayvon Martin Hoax: Business Insider Joins Mob Seeking to Lynch George Zimmerman”;

“The Trayvon Martin Hoax: Geraldo Rivera Finally Does the Right Thing!”;

“Black Supremacist Spike Lee (‘Tawana Told the Truth!’) is Trying to Get George Zimmerman Murdered, by Tweeting His Address: The Trayvon Martin Hoax”;

“Hoax Starts to Unravel: Trayvon Martin Started Fight, and was Going to Kill George Zimmerman”;

“George Zimmerman’s Lawyer and Friend Defend Him Against Trayvon Martin Hoax, While ABC News Soldiers on, Repeating Refuted Claims”;

“First Report on Trayvon Martin’s Death One Month Ago Already Included Eyewitness Description of Martin Beating George Zimmerman, and Zimmerman Yelling ‘Help Me!’”;

“George Zimmerman: Trayvon Martin was Trying to Murder Me (Orlando Sentinel)”;

“Jesse Jackson Called for Riots on Behalf of Trayvon Martin, and North Miami Beach Senior HS Students Came Through, Ransacking a Walgreen’s”;

“Another ‘Honor Student’: Trayvon Martin was a Thug, Vandal, Burglar, Pothead and/or Drug Dealer, and Had been Suspended from School at Least 3 Times”;

“The Nation of Islam’s New Black Panther Party Offers $10,000 Bounty for the Kidnapping (or Murder?) of George Zimmerman, for Shooting Trayvon Martin”;

“Walter Williams on Profiling and the Trayvon Martin Case”;

“Barack Obama’s Ally, the Genocidal Nation of Islam’s New Black Panther Party, Calls for the Murder of George Zimmerman”;

“Trayvon Martin: Racist Terrorist Rep. Bobby Rush (Race-Chicago/Black Panthers), is Thrown Off House Floor for Donning a Hoodie, and Denouncing ‘Racial Profiling’; CBS ‘News’ Soldiers on with Race Hoax”;

“Heather MacDonald Goes Halfway on the Trayvon Martin Case, Race, and the Media”;

“I Guess Everybody Would Have Preferred George be Beaten to Death; My Son being Shot”: Video of George Zimmerman’s Father’s Exclusive Miami Herald Interview”;

“Trayvon Martin FAQ”;

“Elderly Couple Terrorized by Spike Lee Hires Attorney; Lee Simulates Humility and Humanity, in Order to Avoid Losing Millions in Court”;

“Vichycon David Frum to MSM: I’ll Support Your Trayvon Martin Hoax, if You’ll Continue Supporting Me as a ‘Conservative’”;

“Cartoonist Stephanie Eisner Gets Fired for Excessive Honesty in Racial Fairy Tale Pic Depicting Trayvon Martin Hoax”;

“Petition Demands That Suppressed UT Cartoonist Stephanie Eisner, Victim of the Racist Trayvon Martin Witch Hunt, be Reinstated!”;

“Sherlock Holmes on the Curious Case of Trayvon Martin, the State of the Legal Mechanisms in ‘the Colonies,’ and the Value of Even a Corrupt Press”;

“A Washington State Reader Writes on the Trayvon Martin Hoax, a Raceless Shooter, Readers Who Do Reporters’ Work for Them, and Seattle’s Northgate Mall”;

“Relative of George Zimmerman: George Stepped Up for Black Homeless Beating Victim Sherman Ware, When the Black Community Ignored Ware, but the Same Black Community, Including Ware’s Sister, Now Denounces Him as a ‘Racist’”;

“The Orlando Sentinel Provides a Non-Explanatory Map of the Shooting of Trayvon Martin, Highly Censored Comments, and One Typical, Black Racist Post”;

“Racist, Black L.A. Times Columnist Sandy Banks Goes to Plan B: Trayvon Martin Case ‘Transcends the issue of race’”;

“George Zimmerman's Father: My Son is Not Racist, Did Not Confront Trayvon Martin”;

“Populist Outrage, or Racist Astroturfing? New NPR Cover Story for Trayvon Martin Hoax Lawyer Covers Up How He Really Works”;

“Federale on Trayvon Martin and the Second Amendment: Gun Nuts Looking to Trade Freedom for Security on Race Will Find They Lose Their Guns, in the Bargain”;

And Then They Came for John Derbyshire: Racial Socialists Organize High-Tech Lynching Over Trayvon Martin Column, with White “Conservatives” Begging, ‘Please Let Us Join in the Fun!’;

“Kapo Con Rich Lowry Fires John Derbyshire, Continues No Comments Policy at National Review”;

The Atlantic, Trayvon Martin, and John Derbyshire: Fake “Discussion Thread” for Ta-Nehisi Coates is a Rigged, Affirmative Action Echo Chamber”;

“Is Peter Brimelow Next on Racial Socialists’ list, or was He Just Temporarily Bumped?”;

“At National Review, Mark Steyn Tells Rich Lowry, ‘You were Wrong and Hypocritical to Fire John Derbyshire, and You Bought Yourself No Peace from the Racist Left’”;

“6 Shots Fired into Police Cruiser Parked Outside of George Zimmerman’s Home, Presumably by Racist Black Supporter of Trayvon Martin; 3 Florida Counties Expect Hurricane-Like Black Race Riots”;

“Did Trayvon Martin Supporters Re-Program a Roadside Sign in Michigan to Call Martin a ‘Nigger’?”;

“George Zimmerman's (Former?) Attorney, Hal Uhrig, Explains Why Zimmerman was Not Guilty of Committing Any Crime Against Trayvon Martin”;

“George Zimmerman to be Charged Today, in Trayvon Martin Case; Should He Flee the Country?”;

“George Zimmerman, Political Prisoner: Florida Special Prosecutor Angela Corey Charges Zimmerman with Second Degree Murder for Killing Trayvon Martin”;

Unamusement Park: To Kill a Mockingbird, er, NO_LIMIT_NIGGA: Authorities Arrest “an Honorary Member of the Same Race as Hitler;

“Illinois Reader Called for George Zimmerman to Flee to Peru Back on March 23; I Should Have Posted His Advice Then!”;

“Paul Mulshine: National Review Goes Politically Correct”;

“Grieving Parents with a Thirst for Justice, or Racist Grifters?
Trayvon Martin’s Parents are Using to Mass Mail Letters, as Part of Their Campaign to Get Rich Off of Their Thug Son’s Death”

“Special Prosecutor Angela Corey Announces the Charges Against George Zimmerman in the Trayvon Martin Death (Video)”;

“Racist Black Time Columnist, ‘Touré,’ Asserts That There Has been a Wave of White-on-Black Violence, but Has no Stats, and Even His Anecdotes”;

“Alan Dershowitz: Facts Stated in Angela Corey’s Affidavit, Charging George Zimmerman with Murder Two, All Support Zimmerman on Self-Defense; Affi ‘Doesn’t Even Make It to Probable Cause,’ and is ‘Irresponsible,’ ‘Unethical’”;

“I'm George Zimmerman! I'm George Zimmerman! I'm George Zimmerman!”;

“Video of George Zimmerman’s First Court Appearance; Formal Arraignment Set for May 29th”;

“Chief of Staff Michelle Williams of the Genocidal Nation of Islam’s New Black Panther Party Calls for the Murder of George Zimmerman, Then Lies and Denies Having Done So; Makes a Non-Apology; Wants a National ‘Dialogue’ on Race; Sees Herself as a Rosa Parks for Justice”;

“Federale: ‘Threats of Rioting are Not Probable Cause That George Zimmerman Committed a Crime,’ and the Downward Spiral of National Review;

“Trayvon Martin Hate Crime Cover-Up in Grand Rapids, Michigan; Give the Local Media Hell! (Contact Info)”;

National Review Still Employs a Notoriously Noxious Racist!”;

“Nation of Islam Leader, Min. Louis Farrakhan, Threatens Racial Holocaust, if Whites Do Not Surrender”;

AP’s Suzette Laboy Promotes Racial Fairy Tale of Initial Failure to Charge George Zimmerman ‘Inflaming Racial Tensions’ in Sanford, FL, in Trayvon Martin Hoax”;

“It’s Trayvon Martin’s World: Sanford, FL Police Throw SYG and Self-Defense Out the Window; Black Perp Shouts Racial Slur at, Pistol-Whips Bloody from Behind, and Points Gun at White Vic; Vic Shoots Perp, Gets Book Thrown at Him”;

“Min. Louis Farrakhan, Leader of the Murderous Nation of Islam and New Black Panther Party, Calls for Racist Murders on Behalf of Trayvon Martin”;

“Black Supremacist Daily Beast Writer Threatens Rodney King-Style Riots, Unless George Zimmerman Permits Himself to be Sacrificed”;

The Photograph: George Zimmerman, Crime Victim;

“Novelist James Howard Kunstler Tap Dances Around Jim Snow and the Trayvon Martin Hoax”;

Alan Dershowitz on George Zimmerman Prosecution: “It’s Not Only Immoral, but Stupid”;

“Finally: Accurate, Objective, Up-to-the-Minute Pictures of Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman”;

“‘Now, That’s Justice for Trayvon!’: In Mobile, Alabama, 20 Racist Blacks Beat One White Man into ICU, on His Own Property, for … Nothing”;

“‘Mr. Owens is the Problem… I Don’t Think No Black Kids are Bad”: Black Neighbor and Kids in Mobile Explain That Mob of Blacks That Beat White Matthew Owens Almost to Death are the Real Victims, Owens the Oppressor”;

“Terry Rawls and Lemika (aka Lemica) Whisenhunt: The Figures at the Center of the Mobile, AL, ‘Justice for Trayvon’ Lynching of Matthew Owens; Mayor, Police, Media, Join Battle Against Victim”;

“Nazi Ethics: Another Trayvon Attack, This Time in Oak Park, Il.”;

“Christian Science Monitor Writer Comes Close to Journalistic Balance on Trayvon Martin Hoax”;

“Trayvon’s World (Warning: Foul and Excruciatingly Stupid Language, Explicit Violence)”;

“George Zimmerman, Saint?”

“An Illinois Reader Has Lots of Unanswered Questions About the Death of Trayvon Martin”;

“Black Blog Compares Knoxville Horror to Trayvon Martin”;

“Trayvon Martin’s Parents are Disgusted by “Hoodie/Skittles” Targets, but Not by Movement to Murder George Zimmerman (Like Their Son Sought to Do)”;

“Thomas Sowell: A Censored Race War?”;

“Trayvon Martin Hoax: Racist Black Undertaker Lied; Martin Had Bloodied His Knuckles Beating George Zimmerman”;

“It Gets Worse: A Florida Reader Writes on the Judicial Lynching of George Zimmerman (the Trayvon Martin Hoax)”;

“The Trayvon Martin Hoax: AOL/Huffington Post Reports More Evidence Exculpating George Zimmerman, But Makes Sure to Mix in More Trayvon Propaganda”;

“To be White in Grand Rapids, MI: From All-American City to Diversitopia (Updated and Expanded!) ”;

“John Lott: Release of George Zimmerman’s Medical Records Exposes Media Cover-Up, in Trayvon Martin Case [Fox News: No comments permitted!] ”;

“Baloo: Trayvon Martin: Media Damage Control”;

“Alan Dershowitz: Drop George Zimmerman’s Murder Charge (and Prosecute and Disbar SP Angela Corey)”;

“Video of Trayvon Martin Buying Iced Tea and Skittles in Deli, Just Before His Death”;

“Alan Dershowitz: George Zimmerman Special Persecutor Angela Corey Wants to Sue Me and Have Me Disbarred for Criticizing Her, but She Belongs in Jail for Perjury”;

“No First Amendment for You, Whitey: Miami-Dade Fire Captain Who Criticized Trayvon Martin Hoax is Busted All the Way Down to Fireman, Humiliated, and Ordered to Undergo Psych Evaluation and Still More Diversity Training”;

“Jack Cashill on the Trayvon Martin Hoax: What Martin was Really Up to, Just Before Trying to Murder George Zimmerman”;

“George Zimmerman’s Wife, Shellie, Arrested Today; Will His Parents and Brother be Arrested, Too?”;

“Angela Corey, Monster”;

“Is Angela Corey After George Zimmerman, in the Hopes of Appeasing Blacks and Saving Her Career?”;

“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!”;

“The Trayvon Martin Hoax: Special Persecutor Angela Corey ‘Accidentally’ (Wink, Wink) E-Mailed Prejudicial, Irrelevant Information About White-Enough Patsy George Zimmerman to the Media; the AOL/Huffington Post Says It Won’t Divulge the Information, and Then Does So, Anyway!”;

“Zimmerman Stuns Court, Waives Right to ‘Stand Your Ground’ Hearing in Trayvon Martin Case”; and

“The Same Prosecutors Seeking to Railroad George Zimmerman for Defending His Life Against Would-be Murderer Trayvon Martin Now Admit That Their Chief Witness, Martin’s Fake Girlfriend, alias ‘Dee Dee,’ alias ‘Civilian Witness 8,’ Committed Perjury (but are They Going to Drop the False Charges? Not on Your Life!), but Protect Her Anonymity…”]


Anonymous said...

To take one point, prosecutors frequently "overrule a lead investigator's charging recommendation." A prosecutor will often not charge even if he feels the suspect is probably guilty when it is unlikely a jury will convict.

David In TN

Anonymous said...

"You must acquit if the Glock don't fit."

Anonymous said...

Mr. Stix
I highly advise listening to the broadcast re Harper High. As I listened to it I realized everything you say about black culture is reinforced, even coming from the liberal viewpoint, it' just done in a "sensitive" way. Jerry

Anonymous said...

French now writes regularly for NRO's The Corner. He hasn't written anything about the Ferguson Affair.

He apparently lives in Tennessee, not too far from me.

David In TN

David In TN said...


See the comment I just made at the Blogmeister's site under his Sunday wrap up concerning David French.