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Tuesday, July 16, 2013

'Beyond a reasonable doubt' unproven, we must accept Zimmerman verdict

The standard for a conviction is "beyond a reasonable doubt.” Under the facts of the George Zimmerman case, that level of proof could never have been reached. Not guilty, however, does mean innocent, and the whole affair is a terrible tragedy. If Americans are going to rally in the streets because they do not believe a jury’s verdict and play the “race” card, out goes our entire legal system, full of faults as it is.
James E. McKinney Hamden


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Zimmerman had a right to defend himself after he was assaulted and pinned on the ground. Trayvon Martin was a punk. Case closed.

July 18, 2013 at 12:34 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Z is a weak man with a daddy as a judge that has covered his sorry butt for years.

July 21, 2013 at 5:19 AM 

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