Skip to comments.Poll: Floridians support George Zimmerman more than the Marlins or Rays
Posted on 04/25/2012 3:14:08 AM PDT by SoFloFreeper
Well, this is odd: In a recent poll, 26 percent of Florida residents say that George Zimmerman is innocent of second-degree murder in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin. Know that for a fact, do you folks? Seems to me the not sure box is just begging to be checked on that survey. But this is odder still: thats 10 percent more Florida residents than support the Tampa Bay Rays. And even fewer support the Miami Marlins.
(Excerpt) Read more at offthebench.nbcsports.com ...
A total of 700 Florida voters were surveyed by Public Policy Polling for the data that has a margin of error of +/- 3.7 percent.
George’s numbers should be higher. I am convinced he is innocent.
I think in the end....he will be seen as neither innocent or guilty....just a guy at the wrong place, wrong time.
Innocent but convicted by factions that PC dictates must be appeased.
“Seems to me the not sure box is just begging to be checked on that survey.”
Tell it to your bosses who altered Zimmerman’s 911 call in an attempt to smear him as a racist, crazed killer.
The NBC Sports poll is remarkably high considering the way the story was reported by NBC News and the rest of the MSM!
Re: “Cutting Edge” (NY Post photo caption)
Those do look like razor or knife cuts, don’t they?
no they don’t
You’re right. The straight line is just where his head was shaven to treat the injury. A little early in the AM here.
Who shaved his head within 3 minutes of the incident? :-)
The apparent straight line is most likely a trick of the lighting.
Or maybe one of the wounds is from the edge of the sidewalk?
You're right. Even if that area was shaven it wasn't where the injury was anyway. I'm going back to bed. :)
The NY Post caption reads: "Cutting Edge"
“This is a tremendous part of the Zimmerman defense, lawyer Stuart Slotnick told The Post. The early story we heard was that, at one point, Trayvon was on top of him banging his head into the sidewalk. It takes a tremendous amount of force to cut someones head and scalp, and this corroborates what [Zimmerman] was saying.”
Crump has already dismissed them as minor cuts...
It’s a great thing that the iPhone records the time and GPS location of photos. We know when and where the photo was taken.
That Post caption might come in handy for the defense at some point.
The opinions of uninformed Florida sports fans are phenomenally irrelevant. The only thing that matters is what the members of a jury panel think after actually seeing and hearing the evidence - perhaps even the photo of Zimmerman’s bleeding head and an unedited recording of the 911 call. When that happens, we will know whether there is proof beyond a reasonable doubt that Zimmerman is lying about his version of events and actually murdered the cute 12 y/o kid who just wanted to eat his skittles - at night, in the rain, in a neighborhood that was not his own.
( 26 percent of Florida residents say that George Zimmerman is innocent of second-degree murder in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin. Know that for a fact, do you folks?)
Well yes. Anyone using KNOWN evidence and not emotions, can easily see that Zimmerman is not guilty of 2nd degree murder.
No, what? I've already acknowledged I was wrong.
I watched the Marlins/Mets game last night...I see almost all games on local TV staion.
That’s not enough. You must protrate yourself and acknowledge the need for re-education.
This picture has been BARELY MENTIONED by the extreme left wing Miami media. Miami, you remember, is the home of George Zimmerman’s attacker, St. Skittles.
Lol. People should read the followups before commenting.
Not surprised. It’s really disgusting how the liberal-left controls the news.
Well, no big deal. I hadn’t read to the bottom of the thread when I responded.
No problem. :)
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