After about 16 hours of deliberation, the all-female jury in the George Zimmerman murder case has found Zimmerman not guilty.
A quick trip around the cable news channels revealed one black commentator after another proclaiming how unfair it was and how nobody can understand because we’re not black. The same race-baiting crew that obviously would have said “justice is served” had he been convicted is now saying the system has failed, apparently it’s open season on black kids, America is still racist, and on and on. One of the lawyers for “Trademark” Martin’s family compared him to civil rights icons like Medgar Evers. In various cities marches are already occurring, and it is yet to be seen whether or not this will go the way of the Rodney King riots.
Zimmerman’s next worry of course is Eric Holder’s “Just Us,” blacks-only civil rights division. There’s nothing Holder likes more than to file trumped-up “civil rights” charges when state criminal charges fail to produce the “right” outcome. Normally one might expect that the fact that the FBI has already submitted a report stating that there was no racial component to the case would take care of that, but this is Obama’s America. Law is not an issue, only what the Marxist-In-Chief wants. We already know the Justice Department paid people to “manage” protests against Zimmerman:
A division of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) was deployed to Sanford, Florida in 2012 to provide assistance for anti-George Zimmerman protests, including a rally headlined by activist Al Sharpton, according to newly released documents.
I stated here over a year ago that this case was about pandering to blacks and Obama’s “if I had a son” nonsense. I also said that the evidence was entirely in Zimmerman’s favor, and even an anti-gun liberal like Alan Dershowitz said the charges were nonsense. Surprisingly, the jury agreed.
If I were George Zimmerman, I would now flex some legal muscle in the other direction. He’s already suing NBC, but his legal team should go a lot farther than that. There’s a case for malicious prosecution, prosecutorial misconduct, and sanctions against the trial judge, who tried repeatedly to rig the trial against Zimmerman.
And I’d think about moving. If Twitter is any indication, Zimmerman’s not safe tonight despite being officially cleared. I wonder what Eric Holder has to say about that.