It’s a question I’ve wrestled with for a long time now. Of all the victims of the Scheme Team’s actions, George is in the absolute optimum position to expose the perpetrators to their fullest and bring as much justice as there can be. However, George has also been through some of the most trying experiences very few can say they have had the pleasure of experiencing and as such an aversion to face it all again, albeit on the opposite side, is completely understandable. But at the same time to even begin to contemplate the damage done by the Scheme Team(s) and to sit back and do nothing about it seems just plain wrong to me especially when you are the one best suited to end it.
I am not a lawyer but it occurred to me recently that a possible solution would be a class action lawsuit against the Scheme Team; Sybrina Fulton, Tracy Martin, Benjamin Crump, Natalie Jackson and Ryan Julison brought by George Zimmerman and many others to include George Zimmerman’s family members, Bill Lee, Norm Wolfinger, Christopher Serino and other random victims of violence who if not for the actions of the Scheme Team would either be living today or never harmed.
This would alleviate George from being the sole litigant yet by his inclusion bring to the table so much of what was gathered and established through the criminal case against him. The Scheme Team; Sybrina Fulton, Tracy Martin, Benjamin Crump, Natalie Jackson and Ryan Julison acted as a single entity when they conspired to go after the Sanford Police Department and George Zimmerman so I would think they ought to be tried as one entity.
That takes care of the primary or top tier of schemers if you will. The second tier consists of City Manager Norton Bonaparte, Mayor Jeff Triplett, Attorney General Pam Bondi, Governor Rick Scott, State Attorney Angela Corey and Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division Thomas E. Perez and Deputy Assistant Attorney General Roy L. Austin Jr. I would think they would have to be named in the suit as well however given such heavy political players would no doubt make the task much more daunting than dealing solely with the first tier. Yet it’s critical to have these people as they are as guilty as the first tier.
The third tier of schemers I consider and label are the support members. I consider these to be all the black organizations such as the NAACP and NOBEL (The National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives), perhaps SPD and FDLE officers conspiring with and giving information to the top tier scheme team or perhaps worse such as witness intimidation and destruction of evidence, and finally the media such as NBC and ABC’s Matt Gutman. This tier is a bit more difficult as we are moving further away from the top tier and roles may have been small for some yet still significant enough to include and again just as responsible.
George Zimmerman faced his judge and jury, when will they?
“This Is For Trayvon Martin”
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