Remember how people used to serve as self-appointed slave catchers in order to apprehend runaway African slaves in the United States a couple hundred years ago? Well, that’s exactly the mentality of George Zimmerman, and quite possibly his neighborhood watch buddies, who helped him pursue Trayvon Martin. On this episode of The Axiom Amnesia Theory, Heit & Cheri provide you with more evidence that George Zimmerman was profiling and tracking young, Black males in his community.
Topics discussed include final 40 prospective jurors have been chosen to move to the second round of questioning, Frank Taaffe’s admission that George Zimmerman patrolled the neighborhood nightly and that he was patrolling the neighborhood the night that he shot and killed Trayvon Martin, calls from loyal listeners Priscilla, L.T. Lanier, and Aja Politics & News, discrepancies in Zimmerman’s story, whether the case should be turned over to the Feds as a civil rights case, the public’s refusal to face the racist and classist culture in the case and in the country, homeowner versus renter dynamic at Twin Lakes, Zimmerman not wanting the community to do renter background checks because he knew he wouldn’t pass, the racial and gender makeup of the 40 jurors who were passed to the next round of questioning, whether the makeup of the jury should reflect the makeup of the community, how the race of the victim and perpetrator play into criminal prosecution, whether the makeup of the jury should reflect the makeup of the community, the difference between ethnicity and race as it concerns the “Hispanic” designation, and more!
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- The final 40 prospective jurors have been chosen to move to the second round of questioning.
On this 7th day of the Trayvon Martin / George Zimmerman trial, the attorneys for the prosecution and defense have narrowed the jury pool to 40 prospects who will move on to the next round of questioning starting tomorrow.
The jury pool is now made of 16 men and 24 women. There are 23 Whites, 6 Blacks, 9 people of other/non-specified races, and 2 Hispanics. below, you will find a short description of each juror, followed by full video of their testimony, when available. These are the 40 jurors who will move on to the next round of questioning: B-12, B-29, B-76, B-7, B-35, B-37, B-51, B-86, E-6, E-40, E-54, E-73, M-75, B-61, B-72, E-22, E-13, E-28, K-80, K-95, P-67, G-14, G-29, G-47, G-63, G-66, G-81, H-6, H-7, H-18, H-29, H-35, H-81, H-69, H-86, I-5, I-19, I-24, I-33, and I-44.
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- Discussion about Frank Taaffe’s admission that George Zimmerman patrolled the neighborhood nightly, and he was patrolling the neighborhood the night that he shot and killed Trayvon Martin. Zimmerman says that he was on his way to Target, but that’s a load of crap.
- We told you on Episodes 230: Friends Of Zimmerman… In Low Places and 229: Retracing Trayvon’s Steps during our discussion with Trent Sawyer (aka StateofTheInternet on YouTube) that we believe Frank Taaffee was actually the one who spotted Trayvon and called Zimmerman to alert him of his presence on the property.
- Zimmerman lied about being on the way to Target because he didn’t want to admit to being on neighborhood watch patrol while carrying a gun–this was against the policy for neighborhood watch. He is motivated to lie about how he managed to have a gun when he shot and killed Trayvon.
- Discussion of a voicemail from loyal listener Priscilla, who talks about Zimmerman’s claims that he was the one screaming from help. She points out that the screams were cut off by a gunshot (see Call #2). Also, if he was beaten so badly, we know that would have been the top news story immediately. She also talks about Zimmerman clearly changing his location during his 9-1-1 call (See Call #1) because he was in pursuit of Trayvon.
- There’s nothing wrong with a neighborhood watch, but these people took things into their own hands in pursuit of Trayvon, and killed Trayvon. Now they don’t want to take responsibility and want to blame Trayvon for them killing him.
- Trayvon didn’t know that he would wind up dead at the hands of someone who racially profiled him.
- Discussion about call from L.T. Lanier, who says that she thinks the case should be turned over to the Federal government on the basis of civil rights violations because the State of Florida will not do right by the case.
- L.T. has a good point because, as we have pointed out before, the Florida State Attorneys cannot indict the Sanford Police Department as the racist organization it is without indicting themselves, because they are all part of Florida law enforcement.
- Unfortunately, you can’t count on the police (or any other organization) to police itself. The result is always the same. Does the prosecution really want to win this case? Well, not an any cost. They are willing to win as long as they don’t have to indict themselves. They are being careful not to ruin peoples’ faith in the justice system.
- Discussion about call from Aja Politics & News, who expresses her concerns over the prospective jury pool. She doesn’t think that the result will be any different that in the Casey Anthony trial. She also discusses the sick mentality of George Zimmerman based on the book his father recently wrote. She discusses how racist Sanford is, and says she believes that race was definitely a factor in Zimmerman killing Trayvon.
- When are we going to stop ignoring the pink elephant in the room–RACISM?
- Discussion about the public’s refusal to face the racist culture of this country. people just want to sweep it under the rug and not address it. We should be asking ourselves what our own contribution to this culture is.
- Discussion about the classist aspect of the case as well. Here we have Zimmerman, a renter himself, trying to fit in with the homeowners of the community.
- Discussion about how Wendy Dorival tried to coordinate for Zimmerman and their neighborhood watch to do background checks on prospective renters. Zimmerman didn’t want this because he knew he couldn’t pass a background check.
- Discussion about how the neighborhood watch at Retreat at Twin Lakes didn’t have further contact with Wendy Dorival and never responded to her requests because they decided to do their own thing–their own way. He refused to provided the names of the participants in the neighborhood watch program in that community. this is how we KNOW that the so-called witnesses to the altercation know Zimmerman better than they let on.
- Discussion about how jurors B-35 and I-5, the Clarence Thomas type Black men, made it to the next round of questioning.
- Discussion about the racial and gender makeup of the 40 jurors who were passed to the next round of questioning.
- Discussion about whether the makeup of the jury should reflect the makeup of the community. Actually, you should have more people who can actually identify and be a jury of the victim’s and defendant’s peers.
- Discussion about how the race of the victim and perpetrator play into criminal prosecution.
- The difference between ethnicity and race as it concerns the “Hispanic” designation.
- “Hispanics” people can be Black, white, indigenous people, or a mixture of any or all of these “races”.
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