Leo Terrell Slams Juan Williams Over Zimmerman

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13 Responses to Leo Terrell Slams Juan Williams Over Zimmerman

  1. nigelf says:

    Juan has come around noticably since being with Fox. I liked him before but like him even more now.

    • geologyjim says:

      Are you out of your mind? Juan Williams was spouting nothing but formulaic leftist talking points that “angelic 17-year-old Trayvon was only walking home from a trip to the store for Skittles and tea when he was stalked by evil profiler white-Hispanic George Z who gunned him down in cold blood”

      The truth, borne out by facts presented in court, is that TMartin was a 6’1″ 170-lb thug who jumped Zimmerman, sucker-punched him and broke his nose, and then pummeled him “MMA-style” while slamming his head into the concrete.

      The delightful Rachel J confirmed that it was Trayvon who was putting a “whuppin” on George Z, partly because she feared George might be a gay rapist. [listen to her PMorgan interview]

      Thank God George had a gun and knew how to use it in self-defense.

      Juan Williams is an embarrassment to his family, regardless of race.

    • Blade says:

      In this particular case Juan doesn’t have anything sensible to say though.

      Leo Terrell pounds him for desiring a more emotional and nuanced jury decision, in other words to disregard the black and white law and create a gray area compromise.

  2. Dave G says:

    it was great! slam dunk

  3. Justa Joe says:

    If someone is skulking behind you it does not give you a license for assault and battery. When you assault and batter someone within an inch of his life if the victim is armed he’s going to use his weapon. It’s human survival instinct. I haven’t heard anyone suggest that maybe Trayvon took it too far. Once he decked Zimmerman he should have let it go at that.

    I’m surprised how much traction they’re getting with this idea that Zimmerman was culpable because he exited his car to observe someone. While it mat have been annoying to Trayvon it wasn’t criminal.

  4. PhilJourdan says:

    Leo is amusing – “I don’t want to mention names….” then he does.

  5. Bill says:

    CNN and Wikipedia claim Martin was 5′ 11″ to 6′ tall and weighed roughly 160 lbs. Of course that can change in a matter of months at that age. Teens grow fast. Zimmerman was 5′ 7″ to 5′ 8″ tall and 185 – 200 lbs.

    One of them was attacked and getting pummeled. End of story. Maybe they both used bad judgement but only one of them broke the law.

  6. Bill says:

    I made it half-way through but gotta go to work. Leo’s point that you don’t do that (show compassion) in a criminal trial. Is anyone talking about a civil trial? That is the normal recourse when there is not enough evidence for a criminal trial.

    • When they don’t have enough evidence, as you say, it is the prosecution that not only has “normal recourse” to, but must lean heavily on, compassion for the “victim”, not the defense.

      • Oops, I think I misunderstood you…you mean, recourse to having a civil trial, rather than a criminal trial. Only they just had a criminal trial (even though they didn’t have any evidence of a crime), so it’s not a matter of having a civil trial instead. And my first response still stands–the context in which Leo spoke was that the defense didn’t show compassion for Martin (according to Williams), but as I said, that would have been incumbent upon the prosecution, not the defense. The defense had the strong case, so they could afford to point out that Martin chose to force an encounter (actually an assault on Zimmerman), rather than just going straight home (Greta Van Susteren said she could have run to Martin’s home in about 20 or 25 seconds, from where the encounter took place). Martin was obviously an angry young man (not a child), lately taken to fighting and dealing with stolen goods, and discontented at home: he was restless enough to go out, at night, in a pouring rain, wearing a hoody, just to get iced tea and skittles, supposedly, and then wander back through the neighborhood, checking out the houses in a suspicious manner to the neighborhood-watch man, Zimmerman. He was angry enough not only to start a fight, but to press it viciously, to the point that he left his opponent with no recourse but to shoot him, to stop his ill-conceived rampage.

        • miked1947 says:

          However A crime was committed! When no one responded to Zimmerman’s cries for help, the only recourse he had was to use whatever force that was available to him. That just happened to be a 9mm and he used it. Odds were the shot would not have killed as most shots do not, that one passed through the heart. A few inches one way or the other was the difference between life and death.

  7. Mike says:

    Wrong place at wrong time….but Mr Z did that on purpose, playing vigilante and stalking blacks (as his brother and Buchanan pointed out, “they commit most of the crimes.” ) His record with local cops was all about blacks in his neighborhood. Reminds me of gangs depending their hood.

    Methinks that be racial profiling…which in bad scenarios can lead to death or one or other party.

    • You have no idea what you are talking about. Zimmerman was mentoring two black children who’s father was in jail, and he got the police chief fired for the beating of a black homeless man.

      Obama is more white than Zimmerman.

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