Skip to comments.Source: NBC News fires producer involved in editing audio of George Zimmermanís 911 call
Posted on 04/07/2012 9:51:44 AM PDT by Bloody Sam RobertsEdited on 04/07/2012 9:54:29 AM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
NEW YORK ó NBC News has fired a producer for editing a recording of George Zimmermanís call to police the night he shot Trayvon Martin, a person with direct knowledge of the matter said Saturday.
The person was not authorized to talk about the situation publicly and spoke on the condition of anonymity. The identity of the producer was not disclosed.
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Ok. Then please illuminate me with your source.
“Name and unemployment number, please.”
Yep; give up the name or it didn’t happen.
Gee, then I guess you oughta update Wikipedia or sumpin’ Huh?
Don’t get me wrong. Your post-conditional add-on to that is as good as any, but not the ONLY....
If I update Wikipedia, I remove the element of surprise.
They’re desperate. Like zombies, the small part of their brain that still functions realizes their dream of a enviro-fascist, cradle-to-grave government controlled America is in danger. They’ve NEVER been this close to achieving their dream of destroying the country they live in (why they would WANT to do that is anyone’s guess, except that they’re suffering under some kind of mass insanity), and now that they can TASTE it, the degree to which they’re willing to go to accomplish their goals is off-the-charts.
I can imagine this idiot looking at his bosses saying: “What am I in trouble for....we do this zhit all the time....why the Hell am I having to take the fall?!?”....
This just in: Zimmerman will be charged with violating the city noise ordinance by discharging a firearm within city limits!
From USA Today:
Update at 4:18 p.m. ET: The law enforcement official who spoke to AP said that Zimmerman is not in Florida but that authorities know where he is. They are planning to arrest him soon rather than let him surrender.
Sounds like the charges will be something stronger than violating city noise ordinances.
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