CSGV or I Feel Fear In the Farce.

The Coalition to Stop Gun Rights Violence finally got around to block me from its Twitter feed but there are always ways to bypass their futile attempts. I just caught the following exchange which gives us a nice deuce of what’s transpiring at  Stalin HQ.

I am not surprised to see that CSGV’s distaste for our Justice system unless it goes their Gulag ways. They already favor concentration camps and the rounding up of civilians as long as there is some sort of legal trickery or thuggery that makes it “all right.”

But it is the last entry that called my attention today. Could it be that the information coming out from the Martin/Zimmerman case is suddenly not looking well for their cause? Just today details of the Martin autopsy were released showing that he had “injuries to his knuckles” that could be interpreted as using his fists which may prove beneficial to Zimmerman’s claim of Self Defense. Pairing that with court records released earlier indicating that Zimmerman “had a pair of black eyes, a fractured nose and two cuts to the back of his head” and the narrative of Zimmerman all dressed in KKK regalia chasing and mowing down a black pre-schooler who just wanted a tea and candy is starting to crumble and bad.

CSGV and other Anti Gun organizations know well that the American Public hates to be lied to and that they usually respond by doing exactly the opposite of what the expected outcome desired by those who lied to them. If the Zimmerman case is determined to be legitimate self-defense by a jury, any chance they had to make to make inroads against Self-Defense laws not only will vanish but we can expect strengthening of what’s on the books now and even more gains for Law Abiding citizens who do not depend on 911 to keep themselves safe. And it also mean that any little faith left on Anti Gun and Anti Second Amendment  will decrease even more or (hopefully) disappear altogether.

Basically they are fighting for their political survival and the forecast is not good.

 

18 Replies to “CSGV or I Feel Fear In the Farce.”

  1. .@SherrieGG @JFlash87 Because of the #NRA/#ALEC “Stand Your Ground” law, #Zimmerman has a very good chance of avoiding a trial altogether.

    He has a pretty good chance of avoiding a trail altogether? Isn’t he standing trial as we speak?




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  2. Don’t quote me as my Legal expertise is null, but I think once the Defense Lawyer is through reviewing the evidence, he can present a motion to dismiss charges if the evidence demonstrates it was self defense.
    If this happens it is going to be a major setback for them plus the chance of a prosecutor going the Nifong Way for presenting a Probable Cause brief that was less than honest and truthful.

    Of course, for this to happen it requires a judge with testicles the size of Biscayne Bay and a very good legal preparation to make a legally bulletproof argument dismissing the charges.




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    1. Defense lawyers almost always present a motion to dismiss just prior to the trial, and it’s almost always rejected. Expect one to be filed. Whether the judge accepts???????




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      1. Like I said, it would have to be a judge with immense testicular fortitude and great legal foundation. And there is also the petition to dismiss once the prosecution presents its case.




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    1. Better yet, when they’re deprived of their rights when they weren’t convicted of anything (no guns for people on terrorist/no fly list)




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  3. You see, I had always thought Trayvon was guilty and Zimmerman did the right thing. Knew it since the moment I heard it happened. I also wanted a trial, where all the facts are aired out.

    I’d like to say this to the race baiters:

    “You lie.”




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  4. Part of the package that was passed as Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” (SYG) law, but which is not part of SYG doctrine as such, was a change to how asserting self-defense is handled. Normally that’s an “affirmative defense”, meaning it can be raised during the trial and considered by the jury. Florida’s law means that the defense can assert self-defense before the trial starts and a hearing is held where both sides make their case before the judge. If he finds a preponderance of evidence supports the claim he then acquits, it doesn’t go to a jury. If not, the defense can still use self-defense as an affirmative defense during the jury trial.




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  5. They blocked you did they Miguel? Hmm..I’ll have to go check my twitter feed and see if the hypocritical fuckwits have blocked me as well. I’ve said some highly uncomplimentary things about them/to them in the last couple days. *grin*




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  6. Off the CSGV twitter wall- LOL. We think what you don’t realize is that all pro-gun activists are trolls! That’s what they do – harass, intimidate, bully
    To which I responded. LOL you mean by presenting actual FACTS that haven’t been cherry picked to promote an agenda, and rational arguments?




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  7. Heh. . .

    I’m having my own loving relationship with CSGV, along with some “no guns on college campuses” bunch of liberals over the book I wrote.

    So, no surprise they booted you from their Twitter musings.

    Silencing people they disagree with via their own brand of censorship seems to be the popular way and method for today’s liberal.

    –JD




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  8. There has been some recent reportiage that the FBI is preparing a HateCrime indictment of Zimmerman. If the facts exonerate Zimmerman, charge him with something where the facts don’t matter.

    Good to see you Miggy. When you dropped off the GRRN radar, we all thought that Gail finally got to use her Glock bayonet on you. ;^)’




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    1. Oh…. she hasn’t seen me in a while. That is why I am still alive.

      As for the DOJ/FBI thing, somebody must tell them that this is not Rodney King and most certainly not L.A.
      Pull that fast one might backfire big in Florida.




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