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Thursday, April 5, 2012

The Richard Jewellization of George Zimmerman

The on going investigation into what happened the night that George Zimmerman shot Trayvon Martin in what Zimmerman claims is self defense is just that, on going. But since when did a few facts, or the lack thereof ever stop the media?
  Case in point. Richard Jewell. A security guard at the time at Piedmont College, doing security work for the Olympics held in Atlanta in 1996. Jewell found the back-pack with a pipe bomb in it just minutes before it was set to go off. Initially, he was deemed a hero and credited with saving countless lives. But then something happened. Three days later, it was reported by all of the usual suspects, NBC, CBS, ABC, CNN, a never-ending alphabet of shoddy reporting, that the FBI was considering Jewell a "person of interest" in the bombing that killed one and injured hundreds of others.
  Richard Jewell's life as he knew it would never be the same again. The FBI searched his home, questioned his associates, investigated his background, and had come up with a sort of "lone bomber" profile that the media was all too quick to latch on to. The fact that he was an adult male living with his mother only added to the media's stereotype of what they assumed a "lone bomber" must be. Only after his life and the lives of those closest to him were completely destroyed did the FBI administer a lie detector test that he passed, and their case against him started to crumble. In the end, Richard Jewell was never charged with a crime.
  Enter George Zimmerman. We are still not clear as to what exactly happened that night. We are still waiting for the likes of Jessie Jackson, Al Sharpton, and the Congressional Black Caucus to back off and let the agencies charged with investigating this case actually do their jobs. But one thing is becoming extremely clear. The mainstream media is in no way interested in facts. As soon as they had a black victim and a "white" shooter, it was off to the races. We are now finding out that NBC did some creative editing to make Zimmerman sound like he was targeting Trayvon Martin merely because he was black when we now know that they cut out the part where the 911 Dispatcher asked for a description of Martin. The Dispatcher is heard in the original tape asking if the person Zimmerman saw was White, Black or Hispanic. ABC News showed a tape of Zimmerman being led into the Police station, seemingly injury free, when we now know that that tape was "edited" as well, and the original tape clearly shows injuries to the back of Zimmerman's head and a swollen nose.
  So the question has been asked before. Should George Zimmerman not be charged with a crime when the investigation is complete, where does he go to get his good name back? Jessie? Al? The CBC? Maybe the New Black Panthers will just pat him on the back and say, "Sorry my brother, our bad." The answer is nowhere. He will spend the rest of his life in the shadow of this case no doubt having trouble getting into school or finding a job or anything he might have given a thought about going on to do. He will get no letters of recommendation from the alphabet media, who will have moved on to the next poor slob that Jessie and Al deem a "racist" for yet another made up narrative of a white guy stalking a black guy.
  Because of the race industry and it's founders, Jessie and Al, and their all too willing accomplices in the mainstream media, sadly, there will be more Richard Jewells and George Zimmermans.
 This industry, unlike a lot of others, shows no signs of slowing down.

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