Now Gov. Rick Scott Stands Up to Em’?

Today, Governor Rick Scott released the following statement in response to remarks from Jesse Jackson who yesterday called Florida “the Selma of our time.” Jackson has also referred to Florida as the “Apartheid State.”

Governor Rick Scott said, “Jesse Jackson owes every Floridian an apology for his reckless and divisive comments. It is unfortunate that he would come to Florida to insult Floridians and divide our state at a time when we are striving for unity and healing. Floridians are a strong, resilient people. We are fortunate to live in a great state where all Floridians enjoy opportunities to get a great job and a world-class education.”

Now they are reckless? Now they are divisive? NOW? WHAT ABOUT LAST YEAR DUMB-ASS! So where the hell did that bravery go last year when your cowardice ass sold George up the river as a sacrificial lamb to these very same people? Now you stand up to them? Am I to take that to mean you won’t be helping to railroad any other “white” Floridians?


Rachel May Have Been on Phone Through Entire Incident


I think it could be, well maybe could have been depending on the technology of the cell phone tower, shown that Rachel may have been connected with Trayvon through the entire incident up to approximately 18 seconds after the gun shot.

The reason I believe this may be the case is because of the time discrepancies in George’s calls to the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office call center and his T-Mobile records. The time of the discrepancies I approximate as 1 minute 30 seconds.

The first NEN call George made is listed as a connection time on the event report showing 7:09:34. His T-Mobile records show 7:08:00. It’s important to note however that in George’s T-Mobile records the time shown in seconds has been rounded back to the minute of which it was called in. The reason for this was discussed in trial in that after a certain amount of time T-Mobile is unable to provide the exact to the second connection time from their records, they can only provide the minute from which it was placed.

The second NEN call George made is listed as a connection time on the event report showing 7:20:28. His T-Mobile time listed as 7:18:00.

7:08:00 – 7:09:34 1 minute 34 seconds

7:18:00 – 7:20:28 2 minutes 28 seconds

As you can see there is a time difference between the two of about a minute which I think is explained by the 7:08 call in actuality was close to 7:08:00 and the 7:18 call in actuality was closer to 7:18:59 which would account for the minute difference.

Given this information I put the discrepancy of SCSO time at 1 minute and 30 seconds ahead of T-Mobile time.

Trayvon also used T-Mobile so I am completely guessing both he and George would be synced together with T-Mobile time considering it’s the same provider. His T-Mobile times are 6:54:16 and 7:12:06.

6:54:16 + 1m30s = 6:55:46(SCSO start time) + 1052 seconds = 7:13:18(SCSO end time)

7:12:06 + 1m30s = 7:13:36(SCSO start time) + 218 seconds = 7:17:14(SCSO end time)

Regardless both he and George would have most likely been pinging off the same cell phone tower. Investigation could have gleaned an exact discrepancy of time between the T-Mobile calls placed by George and Trayvon to SCSO time and precise to the second call information had they investigated the information from that tower itself. As far as I am aware this was never done and I don’t know if that specific tower would still hold the information at this or a later date.

With this information then here is a basic timeline in SCSO time with the exception of the bloody head photo.

6:55:46 Trayvon answers incoming call
7:09:34 George connects to SCSO
7:11:41 George: Shit, he’s running
7:13:18 Trayvon’s call disconnects
7:13:36 Trayvon answers incoming call
7:13:38 Dispatcher: You’re welcome [call disconnects within next few seconds]
7:16:11 W11 connects to SCSO
7:16:56 Gunshot
7:17:14 Trayvon’s call disconnects
7:19:07 Metadata Manalo bloody head photo of George
7:20:28 George connects to SCSO

Further, there is the REM(remark) made by the call taker when Officer Timothy Smith places George at gunpoint. The time noted there is 7:19:43. This time coincides with the Surdyka call where she mentions George has his hands in the air and says he shot the person. Her call connects at 7:17:06 and she mentions it around 2 minutes and 40 seconds into her call. Another REM by the call taker which shows 7:21:18 1 secure 1 down w/GSW. It was also mentioned at trial that George threw his phone down on the ground as Smith had him at gunpoint right before being cuffed. Given this information let’s add that to the timeline.

6:55:46 Trayvon answers incoming call
7:09:34 George connects to SCSO
7:11:41 George: Shit, he’s running
7:13:18 Trayvon’s call disconnects
7:13:36 Trayvon answers incoming call
7:13:38 Dispatcher: You’re welcome [call disconnects within next few seconds]
7:16:11 W11 connects to SCSO
7:16:56 Gunshot
7:17:14 Trayvon’s call disconnects
7:19:07 Metadata Manalo bloody head photo of George
7:19:43 1 at gun point
7:20:28 George connects to SCSO
7:21:18 1 secure 1 down w/GSW

By this account then Rachel would have been connected with Trayvons phone for approximately 18 seconds after the gun shot. George would have been connected with the SCSO as his hands and phone were in the air. There was no audio from the SCSO 7:20:28 call released to the public.


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“This Is For Trayvon Martin”

Just making a post for all the whitenon-black victims of black racism that have been related to the George Zimmerman case. I’ll update more on here later. Be proud Scheme Team, you’re getting your justice after all.

Adams Morgan hate crime was motivated by Zimmerman verdict, police say

Police: Men beat jogger in retaliation of Zimmerman verdict

Black Teens Beat WI Man, Stating ‘This Is For Trayvon’

Witness claims youth yelled ‘this is for Trayvon’ in beating

Terry Rawls Arrested And Charged With Matthew Owens Beating

White Toledo man, 78, beaten by youths: ‘This is for Trayvon Martin’

Teen Charged With Hate Crime, Says He Was Mad About Trayvon Martin

The GZ Jurors Speak Out

Just making a post to place all of the jurors who have something to say. I’ll be updating as time goes on.

  • B37 Spoke out first.
  • Then four jurors wrote a statement.
  • Then alternate juror E54 spoke out.
  • Then juror B29

Juror B37

Jurors Statement

We, the undersigned jurors, understand there is a great deal of interest in this case. But we ask you to remember that we are not public officials and we did not invite this type of attention into our lives.

We also wish to point out that the opinions of Juror B-37, expressed on the Anderson Cooper show were her own, and not in any way representative of the jurors listed below.

Serving on this jury has been a highly emotional and physically draining experience for each of us. The death of a teenager weighed heavily on our hearts but in the end we did what the law required us to do.

We appeal to the highest standards of your profession and ask the media to respect our privacy and give us time to process what we have been through.

Thank you, Juror B-51 Juror B-76 Juror E-6 Juror E-40

Alternate Juror E54

Juror B29

“I was the juror that was going to give them the hung jury. I fought to the end”

“I felt like this was a publicity stunt. This whole court service thing to me was publicity,”

George Zimmerman Jury

George Zimmerman Rescues People While Fed Investigates Him


TMZ has the police report and 911 calls regarding the SUV rollover, I don’t see the police report though. They say the passengers were white, maybe George profiled them to be sure they weren’t black because we know he would have drove off and let them burn if that were the case /sarc

The Daily Mail has identified the people pulled from the SUV:–mile-shot-Trayvon-Martin-dead.html,0,3559428.story

George Zimmerman rescues family from truck crash last week, police say

The Black Run DOJ Needs You

Please help prove George is a racist and violated the little black boy’s, who was just carrying skittles, rights by sending tips to the email below:

And no, this is not a joke, well it is but it’s not. Welcome to your future white America!,0,4338518.story

This Is Not One of “Those” Cases

The George Zimmerman case is about race. It’s not merely about race because it was framed that way by Tracy Martin, Sybrina Fulton, Benjamin Crump and Ryan Julison and sold by a sympathetic media starting on March 7th 2012 and because there are enough people in America willing to believe it. But it’s about race only because Trayvon Martin was black, it was a non black that pulled the trigger and it happened in America.

Let me reiterate and rephrase that so it sinks in; The George Zimmerman case is about race only because Trayvon Martin was black, it was a non black that pulled the trigger and it happened in America. This case is about race because of that dynamic and it was America and particularly the U.S. Justice System on trial here. The two main facets are that George “profiled” Trayvon, proof we still live in racist America and because Trayvon was black nothing were to be done about the shooting or if anything very little, proof again we still live in racist America.

Mark O’Mara wants you to believe this is not one of those cases. Well, I ask O’Mara then, if this is not one of those cases then what about all the other cases? What about all of those other cases in the U.S. justice system where blacks are involved? Are all of those “the case” but not this one? I’ve never heard anyone ask him that but the answer might be inferred from his statements made following “this is not one of those cases” where we have some insight. He spent his whole career fighting “those” cases he tells us.

So apparently this case is an anomaly where suddenly the racist cops, the racist prosecutors and the racist judges decided to be completely fair to the black person involved. Suddenly the plight of the black man was not an issue in this case and this case only. Suddenly America and particularly the U.S. Justice System decided to not be racist just this one time.

With that you have three choices. You can accept O’Mara’s absurd position of the George Zimmerman case as an anomaly or you can reject it and say “nope, still racist America” or you can reject it and accept the truth. I choose to reject O’Mara’s absurd position and accept the truth.

The truth is in America we are hypersensitive to the black plight. This is what the M-DSPD IA investigation illuminates for us. Black people must be protected over and above everyone else. So if a black person gets in trouble we must do for them what we would not do for anyone else. That is what was done for Trayvon Martin, who if you haven’t heard was black(don’t worry Rene Stutzman will remind you if you forget). When Martin got in trouble it was dealt with in a hypersensitive manner only because of the color of his skin and as such everything he did was played down even to the extreme of falsifying school and police records.

The Miami Dade school system and their police are merely a small part of the larger problematic hypersensitivity to the black plight. This is a decades old and nationwide problem that is becoming more and more incorporated into every facet of all of our social systems, institutions, law and even more importantly in the minds and hearts of the populace. Everywhere it is questioned; how and what can be done in this or that area that involves black people.

So yes, this case is about race but it’s not about race in the way it’s being told to you. When you are told “we need to have a conversation about race” you are being told to buy into option two; “nope, still racist America”. If you decide to go with the truth you will be rejected and often labeled racist or if you’re black then an Uncle Tom.

The George Zimmerman case is one of “those” cases but it’s not one of those cases O’Mara and those who think like him would recognize. The George Zimmerman case, the Duke lacrosse case, the Tawana Brawley case, these are all merely cases that have reached wide publicity. Just by having the two other well known cases aside from George’s ought to make O’Mara think twice about his position that his case is not one of “those” cases. Even if O’Mara and those who think like him were to accept that should it then not be considered and applied to all cases? Ought one not rethink their entire worldview and perhaps consider they may very well in fact be wrong?

Is it true that some black people sometimes get mistreated in the judicial system? Of course. But that isn’t the starting point people like O’Mara ought to be applying. If O’Mara, if anyone for that matter, should learn anything from the George Zimmerman case it ought to be with every single case that comes across their way that one asks; is this really one of “those” cases? I think if those who ask that removed their preconceived notions, worldview and hypersensitivity for the black plight they might just find themselves answering no more often then they think.

“I learned through this case that some black people see things differently than I do. Some black people are the racists that they accuse others of being. The lawyers for the Martin family demonstrated on several occasions their racists views of white people. The pastors of black churches described GZ supporters as racist in May 2012. Until this case, I believed only white people could be racist. The George Zimmerman case left no doubt in my mind; some of the black population saw “code” where no one else did.” -Nettles