More about our angel Trayvon

March 26, 2012
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This is just the stuff he got caught doing:

Miami Gardens teenager Trayvon Martin was suspended from school in October in an incident in which he was found in possession of women’s jewelry and a screwdriver that a schools security staffer described as a “burglary tool,” The Miami Herald has learned.

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Trayvon’s backpack contained 12 pieces of jewelry, in addition to a watch and a large flathead screwdriver, according to the report, which described the screwdriver as a burglary tool.

Trayvon was asked if the jewelry, which was mostly women’s rings and earrings, belonged to his family or a girlfriend.

“Martin replied it’s not mine. A friend gave it to me,” according to the report. Trayvon declined to name the friend.

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That suspension was followed four months later by another one, in February, in which Trayvon was caught with an empty plastic bag with traces of marijuana in it, the boy’s family’s attorney has confirmed. A schools police report obtained by The Miami Herald specifies two items: a bag with marijuana residue and a “marijuana pipe.”

The suspension was the third for the teen. On Monday, the family also acknowledged Trayvon had earlier been suspended for tardiness and truancy.

[…]

Reacting to the new schools police report, Ben Crump, an attorney for the parents, said they “never heard anything like this about a bag of jewelry….And anyway, it’s completely irrelevant to what happened Feb. 26. They never heard this, and don’t believe it’s true. If it were true, why wouldn’t they call the parents? Why wasn’t he arrested?”

“We think everybody is trying to demonize him.”

I wonder where George Zimmerman got the idea that Trayvon was a thief, and possibly high on drugs… Maybe it was because he looked like Barack Obama’s son.

20 Responses to More about our angel Trayvon

  1. Stupid anti-American liberal on March 26, 2012 at 5:13 pm

    Did Obama comment on the shooters from Miss State?

    I heard if he had a son he would look like one of the shooters.

  2. setnaffa on March 26, 2012 at 5:32 pm

    Everyone in prison is innocent, was framed, etc., too…

  3. MikeyW on March 26, 2012 at 6:13 pm

    - I wonder where George Zimmerman got the idea that Trayvon was a thief, and possibly high on drugs…” – Good question. Was the kid wearing a big sign that says “it’s ok to kill me because I was suspended from school for suspected burgulary, having a screwdriver, and possessing drug paraphenalia”? I don’t think so. Even it he was, usually in the United States, you don’t get to kill somebody for that. From what is known, all the young man had was a bag of Skittles (that he’d paid for), and a cell phone. I’d think, even in Florida, you can’t shoot someone for that. We do know that Mr. Zimmerman was not who he said he was, had a history of violence, loved to dial 911, and apparently had some choice names for people who did not look like him. Oh, he also had a gun. And because this kid wasn’t squeeky clean, it’s ok for Mr. Zimmerman to kill him. Right, Poli….

    • cracker white on July 5, 2013 at 11:30 am

      Thanks Mr.Zimmerman for making little spook “GOOD”

    • Ralph on July 25, 2013 at 1:11 am

      Is is legal to kill someone who is pounding your head into the concrete sidewalk saying I’m going to kill you mother fk’r?

      • Ralph on July 25, 2013 at 1:12 am

        Is that okay?

  4. ATTILA on March 26, 2012 at 6:17 pm

    mikeyw ~~~useful idiot on parade

  5. ^You are a sockpuppet^ on March 26, 2012 at 6:21 pm

    I was reading a story by someone whose cousin got caught stealing a car with his friends when he was 16. He got caught and did some kind of time for it. That kid has been a cop now for 13 years.

  6. setnaffa on March 26, 2012 at 6:32 pm

    There are all kinds of cops…

  7. George Gagner on March 26, 2012 at 6:54 pm

    Urban black culture is a cancer upon America.

  8. anonymous un-RINO on March 27, 2012 at 3:10 am

    Man, this gets worse and worse.

    So this 17 year old tatted up gold toothed wannabe gangsta not only sold dope, but he was also positively identified destroying school property, and was a burglary suspect caught with possible stolen property?

    More teachable moments, then.

    Don’t be truant or tardy too often, or you might get suspended.

    Don’t destroy school property, or you might get suspended.

    Don’t bring dope paraphernalia to school, or you might get suspended.

    Don’t bring possible stolen merchandise and burglary tools to school, or you might get suspended.

    Don’t commit assault and battery to strangers on the street, or you might get shot dead.

    Don’t do these things, or you may suffer the consequences of your stupidity. Good lessons to learn.

  9. MikeN on March 27, 2012 at 7:04 am

    What does having a gold tooth have to do with anything? Those metallic teeth are cheaper than composite.

  10. anonymous un-RINO on March 27, 2012 at 7:58 am

    Depends on whether the false teeth are a dental requirement, or are merely a fashion accessory for a gold tooth inked up wannabe gangsta. You might need the first, but you don’t need the second, so cost isn’t an issue.

    Want my opinion as to which category this thug fell into?

  11. MikeyW on March 27, 2012 at 4:54 pm

    - “Depends on whether the false teeth are a dental requirement, or are merely a fashion accessory for a gold tooth inked up wannabe gangsta.” – Dude, now you’re just being stupid. Whether he had gold teeth or not, that doesn’t mean he was the aggressor. It’s not ok to kill someone because they have gold teeth. The facts are Zimmerman got out of his car and confronted the kid. With a gun – either hidden or in plain site. He was standing his ground when he was in his car. After that, he was stalking. He created the incident, then tried to shoot his way out. He should answer for that.

  12. anonymous un-RINO on March 27, 2012 at 5:23 pm

    Nothing to answer for. He was assaulted by a gold toothed inked up wannabe gangsta, and he defended himself. The thug answered for his actions, and is now dead. All evidence supports this version of events. Cut and dried case, really.

  13. MikeyW on March 27, 2012 at 8:58 pm

    - “He was assaulted by a gold toothed inked up wannabe gangsta, and he defended himself.” – Thats what he said, but the Fed’s may see different. He stalked and then murdered a black kid in cold blood. He might ought to lawyer up – Special Prosecutor’s looking at Manslaughter charges, Feds are looking at Civil Rights Violations. Too early for your Snoopy Dance – it just might be illegal for white folks to murder black kids – even in Florida. Better keep your white sheet underwraps for a little while longer…

  14. anonymous un-RINO on March 28, 2012 at 6:50 am

    …and it’s that race pimping that’s ultimately going to bite you nutters in the ass, troll.

    The thug got shot dead for assaulting that hispanic guy on the streets, and that’s what all evidence supports. No reason to celebrate, but there will be plenty of reason for you to lament if you race pimps push your racial jihad. It will not end well for you.

  15. Arang-Ape-Oon-Illa-Key on April 12, 2012 at 1:18 pm

    There were 806,316 homicides in the US between 1965 and 2004, and 588,611 of them were committed by blacks, of which 179,808 were blacks who murdered Whites. 322,526 of these homicides were not cleared, and only 483,790 were cleared, and of those Whites murdered by blacks, 43,541 were cleared and 136,267 were not cleared. In just four decades, American blacks killed almost as many Whites as were killed in WWII, four times as many Whites as were killed in Vietnam, and 60 times as many Whites as were killed in 911 or Iraq

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