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On tonight's episode of Liberal Dan Radio I will be discussing the verdict in the George Zimmerman case.
Was the ruling right or wrong? How bad did the jury mess things up?
Are the Florida self-defense statutes Constitutional? Do they satisfy the requirement of equal protection as guaranteed by the 14th amendment? Wasn’t it Trayvon Martin who stood his ground?
What would I have done had I been on the prosecution? What arguments would I have made in my closing statement?
Why are Conservatives going so crazy trying to make excuses for the ruling? Are they tripping all over their privilege?
How can I tie Bobby Jindal into all of this?
Is this a case where the justice system both worked as it should while also failing miserably? I will go into that seemingly contradictory statement as well.
Those topics and more, plus Words of Redneck Wisdom, headlines, and tweet of the week tonight on Liberal Dan Radio: Talk From The Left, That's Right!
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This episode I will discuss the language used in the Florida Statute of self-defense that contains the "Stand Your Ground" section. This was used for the defense of George Zimmerman, for the murder of Trayvon Martin. It is also being used as the "excuse" for the corruption and institutionalized racism of the Florida judicial system.This law was reviewed by the judge in the Zimmerman trial and was found not to apply to Zimmerman! The judge could have thrown the case out before it came to trial if it did apply. The jury should have seen that Zimmerman is a low life killer and convicted him. That is the responsibility of a jury in a criminal case in this country. Using part of this law as an excuse to allow a murderer to go free is criminal!
More and more people are falling victim to identity theft. Tami Nealy the Senior Director of Corporate Communications for Life Lock will be my guest to discuss how to protect your identity and your hard earned cash.
Also we will be discussing the Stand Your Ground Law, as well as Al Sharptons City Wide call to action.
"Kheri Hines, Host of Center Stage, has done it again. On Friday night, she came to the internet airwaves to engage in a critical discussion about the controversial "Stand Your Ground" Law and its relevance to the Trayvon Martin case and the Florida v. Zimmerman verdict. With a panel of three criminal attorneys all from Florida and a sociology professor, she was able to engage the audience in topics that ranged from reform or repeal, the application of the law, flaws in the law, the importance of jury selection, race and the law, and a deep discussion about the Zimmerman verdict. Insightful, informative, and an incredible discussion!!! My guests were Dr. Zoe Spencer, Atty Troy Webber, Atty Tom Wright, and Atty Andrew Rier.
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In a statement released while he was still in office South Carolina's ex- Attorney General Charlie Condon sent a memorandum to all state prosecutors and law enforcement officials warning them not to arrest or prosecute people who defend themselves with “deadly force” against a “home invader.” The statement said the policy was necessary to protect citizens “in the wake of a rash of recent home invasions in North Charleston and elsewhere throughout the state.” “As chief prosecutor of South Carolina, I am declaring open season on home invaders,” Condon said. “That season is year round. Citizens protecting their homes who use force — even deadly force — will be fully safeguarded under the law of this state and subject to no arrest, charge or prosecution. “In South Carolina, would-be intruders should now hear this: Invade a home and invite a bullet,” said Cordon, a Republican. In declaring an “open season” on burglars who break into homes, South Carolina Attorney General Charlie Condon instructed all solicitors, sheriffs and police chiefs in the state to refrain from arresting “citizens acting to defend their homes” with a firearm or other weapon. Is it possible the memo reached Sanford, Florida and that is why George Zimmerman acted without regard for Trayvon Martin's life.
Law signed into effect: 2005 Florida Rep. Dennis Baxley Law signed into effect: 2007 Texas Senate Bill 378 Senate Author, Wentworth et al Law offers legal immunity to individuals who use deadly force when they believe they are being threatened by another.
We must stand our ground against the works of darkness. Eph. 6.13 says Therefore put on the full armor of God, so that when the day of evil comes, you may be able to stand your ground, and after you have done everything to stand. Amen.
Join your favorite sports roundtable as we discuss the biggest sports stories of the week!
We'll discuss more player movement in the NBA, MLB at the All-Star Break, Jaws' QB rankings prior to NFL training camp, and more!
We'll also discuss the George Zimmerman/Trayvon Martin verdict and its polarizing effect on the country as well as the sports world.
DO NOT MISS THIS EPISODE!!!
Abolitionist David Walker's Appeal " I will Stand My Ground"
"I will stand my ground" "I will stand my ground. Somebody must die in this cause. I may be doomed to the stake and the fire, or to the scaffold tree, but it is not in me to falter if I can promote the work of emancipation." --------- David Walker In September of 1829 he published his Appeal. To reach his primary audience -- the enslaved men and women of the South -- Walker relied on sailors and ship's officers sympathetic to the cause who could transfer the pamphlet to southern ports. Walker even employed his used clothing business which, being located close to the waterfront, served sailors who bought clothing for upcoming voyages. He sewed copies of his pamphlet into the lining of sailors' clothing. Once the pamphlets reached the South, they could be distributed throughout the region. The Appeal made a great impression to the slaves the words were inspiring and instilled a sense of pride and hope. Horrified whites, initiated laws that forbade blacks to learn to read and banned the distribution of antislavery literature. They offered a $3,000 reward for Walker's head, and $10,000 to anyone who could bring him to the South alive. Friends concerned about his safety implored him to flee to Canada...... A devout Christian, he believed that abolition was a "glorious and heavenly cause." http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/aia/part4/4p2930.html
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