Skip to comments.Question About Zimmerman vs Martin
Posted on 07/16/2013 4:52:18 PM PDT by kjam22
I just have a question that I've not heard anyone address. Its been stated that there had been a bunch of burglaries in George Zimmerman's neighborhood prior to his encounter with Trayvon. I'm curious what happened to the burglary rate in that neighborhood after the shooting? Did it drop, cut in half, pretty much stop all together, etc????
Exact same vanity posted this morning. Are you double dipping?
I don’t know. But I do know that it is politically incorrect to ask such a question.
We live in a politically correct world now. Officially recognized grievance groups can say and do things the rest of us are not allowed to say and do.
I didn’t see it... sorry about that.
All I know is there’s one prospective burglar who was kicked out of school for burlary who won’t be committing any buglaries in the neighborhood.
been wondering the samething. odds are crime dropped to zero.
Due to the pot smoking, it’s unlikely he had the motivation to do all of the burglaries in the area.
LOL.... to busy trippin off to be rippin off huh...
LOL yea tell that to people I know who get all doped up and rob and yes even attack others
where’s he getting the money for the weed?
This is getting to be too much.
There have more than twenty vanities about this question in the last couple of days and I’m beginning to think we have a bunch of sleeper troll.
Witness the same question asked just a few minutes after this post:
I’m fine with the mods removing this. I honestly didn’t see the other posts. I’ve been here since “99”.... I’m not a troll. Sorry for the confusion.
Except for food items.
Sorry for my over reaction as well.
I had seen this question so many times I just thought we were being trolled
I had asked the question in several posts in the last week or so. No answers ever came. My guess is the neighborhood is pretty quiet now...
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