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Innocence Lost: The Trayvon Martin Explanation
« on: July 17, 2013, 04:50:36 AM »
Innocence Lost - The Trayvon Martin Explanation

On that rainy night, nothing in Trayvon Martin’s past changed the fact that the unarmed 17 year old was an innocent young man. He was innocent when he paid for the Skittles and Tea at the 7/11 store; he was innocent as he leisurely strolled home that night to deliver the treats to his younger sibling; he was innocent as he took his time walking between the buildings; he was innocent as he talked to his friend Rachel; he was innocent as he remarked about being stared at by ‘a creepy ass cracka’; he was innocent at the time that he made it almost home to the back yard at Brandy’s Townhome.

The problem with this narrative is that Tray’s supporters, as well as Ed, apparently, skip all factual occurrences from the time Trayvon made it safely home until that moment that George Zimmerman’s bullet tore into Trayvon’s chest. To them, an innocent 17 year old lay dying on the cold wet grass just off the sidewalk at Twin Lakes because a racist White-Hispanic profiled an innocent young black boy.

So what are we to make of the four minute stretch between the time that Trayvon was safe at home, talking to Rachel, and the moment that a shot rang out? Did Trayvon carry his innocence with him back up the sidewalk to the fatal confrontation with George? If so, when did the young 17 year old child lose his innocence?

I think we all know when Trayvon Martin forfeited his innocence. At the moment the young 17 year old boy sucker punched George Zimmerman and knocked him to the ground, his innocence was lost. At the moment Trayvon said to George Zimmerman “tonight you are going to die” his innocence was lost. At the time Trayvon mounted a prostrate George Zimmerman and began to pound him Mixed Martial Arts style in a “ground and pound” his innocence was lost. George Zimmerman certainly had his eyes shut during this beat down, screaming in terror, begging for help, believing that he was, in fact, going to die.

Innocence lost. In this moment of fear, George reached for his weapon and pulled the trigger once.

Innocence and life, lost forever.


[Cross-posted at RedState]
« Last Edit: July 17, 2013, 04:53:46 AM by BigAlSouth »
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Re: Innocence Lost: The Trayvon Martin Explanation
« Reply #1 on: July 17, 2013, 07:14:18 AM »
Doesn't matter...the Low-Info jackasses spurred on by MFM and DemonRat propaganda have made Zimmerman out to be a psychotic homosexual killer targeting innocent blacks and Trayvon to be a saint who did absolutley nothing wrong to deserve a death by fast-moving lead poisoning.  The truth was and still remains the first casualty...it's a messed up world...and the only way to clean it up is if enough good people wake up and say screw this noise and set out to sweep out the trash...
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Re: Innocence Lost: The Trayvon Martin Explanation
« Reply #2 on: July 23, 2013, 03:54:45 PM »
Not blaming you BAS, but even this group of sentences has a miss stated fact.  It was not Tea that he was drinking it was Watermelon Fruit Juice Cocktail.  Just goes to show how the misinformation of the media gets bandied about as facts.
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Re: Innocence Lost: The Trayvon Martin Explanation
« Reply #3 on: July 24, 2013, 08:55:53 AM »
Not blaming you BAS, but even this group of sentences has a miss stated fact.  It was not Tea that he was drinking it was Watermelon Fruit Juice Cocktail.  Just goes to show how the misinformation of the media gets bandied about as facts.

The exact same watermelon fruit juice cocktail that is popularly mixed with skittles and codeine to make the ghetto-intoxicant "Lean", of which Trayvon Martin unabashedly professed use and abuse on his social media accounts.

The malfeasance of the media in this deserves response. I don't know what it's going to take, but after an episode like this, there needs to be a painful penalty for the media.
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Re: Innocence Lost: The Trayvon Martin Explanation
« Reply #4 on: July 24, 2013, 10:42:43 AM »
Not blaming you BAS, but even this group of sentences has a miss stated fact.  It was not Tea that he was drinking it was Watermelon Fruit Juice Cocktail.  Just goes to show how the misinformation of the media gets bandied about as facts.

The exact same watermelon fruit juice cocktail that is popularly mixed with skittles and codeine to make the ghetto-intoxicant "Lean", of which Trayvon Martin unabashedly professed use and abuse on his social media accounts.

The malfeasance of the media in this deserves response. I don't know what it's going to take, but after an episode like this, there needs to be a painful penalty for the media.

We've been waiting for decades and it hasn't happened yet.
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Re: Innocence Lost: The Trayvon Martin Explanation
« Reply #5 on: July 24, 2013, 11:20:38 AM »
Not blaming you BAS, but even this group of sentences has a miss stated fact.  It was not Tea that he was drinking it was Watermelon Fruit Juice Cocktail.  Just goes to show how the misinformation of the media gets bandied about as facts.

The exact same watermelon fruit juice cocktail that is popularly mixed with skittles and codeine to make the ghetto-intoxicant "Lean", of which Trayvon Martin unabashedly professed use and abuse on his social media accounts.

The malfeasance of the media in this deserves response. I don't know what it's going to take, but after an episode like this, there needs to be a painful penalty for the media.

We've been waiting for decades and it hasn't happened yet.

It will only happen when enough of us make it happen.
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Re: Innocence Lost: The Trayvon Martin Explanation
« Reply #6 on: July 25, 2013, 09:28:43 AM »
Not blaming you BAS, but even this group of sentences has a miss stated fact.  It was not Tea that he was drinking it was Watermelon Fruit Juice Cocktail.  Just goes to show how the misinformation of the media gets bandied about as facts.

I know, that is why I wrote "the problem with this narrative . . .".
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Re: Innocence Lost: The Trayvon Martin Explanation
« Reply #7 on: October 03, 2013, 04:55:31 PM »
Definitely late to this party, but didn't Trayvon's autopsy reveal liver damage commensurate with one who regularly abused the power elixir 'Lean' (as referenced by IDP, above) -  2 of 3 components of which (the 3rd being cough syrup) he had just purchased @ the 7-11 store (and which was conveniently misreported as AriZona Iced Tea?

Of course St. Trayvon of the Hood[y] was probably about to distribute these purchases separately to the poor & needy of this world, perhaps even gesturing & thus multiplying them (with, uhm...5 baskets of product left over), but sadly he chose to lay down his life for his fellow man...

...but has thus far declined to resurrect [??!!??}   
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Re: Innocence Lost: The Trayvon Martin Explanation
« Reply #8 on: October 05, 2013, 06:25:25 PM »
Definitely late to this party, but didn't Trayvon's autopsy reveal liver damage commensurate with one who regularly abused the power elixir 'Lean' (as referenced by IDP, above) -  2 of 3 components of which (the 3rd being cough syrup) he had just purchased @ the 7-11 store (and which was conveniently misreported as AriZona Iced Tea?

Of course St. Trayvon of the Hood[y] was probably about to distribute these purchases separately to the poor & needy of this world, perhaps even gesturing & thus multiplying them (with, uhm...5 baskets of product left over), but sadly he chose to lay down his life for his fellow man...

...but has thus far declined to resurrect [??!!??}   


Yep, it did indeed reveal liver damage. That type of liver damage in an otherwise healthy 17 year old is pretty much only due to substance abuse.  Bill Whittle discusses it here:


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Re: Innocence Lost: The Trayvon Martin Explanation
« Reply #9 on: October 05, 2013, 06:35:41 PM »
Thanks, Glock!  I knew I had heard that & then I burned inside watching Sharpie Sharpton exalt the little druggie.
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Re: Innocence Lost: The Trayvon Martin Explanation
« Reply #10 on: October 11, 2013, 09:30:46 PM »
Holy crap! i never heard of that!  You mean these low-life mofo's have so little to do that they found a way to turn OTC medication and candy into a drug?!?!?!
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