Skip to comments.New Black Panther Leader Arrested after Pawning Gun (Same Panther offering $10K reward on Zimmerman)
Posted on 03/28/2012 10:34:18 AM PDT by Berlin_Freeper
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And, on the flipside, if they can’t be trusted with full citizenship, they should not be released.
Either way you’re exactly right——if the gun wasn’t otherwise “hot” then checking it into a pawn shop is a good way to store it ——happens a lot-—but if it happened to be hot it’s gonna get checked and smoky will be waiting for dumbo when he comes back.
Serving time in prison is only part of his sentence. The other part is not owning a weapon. I am perfectly fine with a felon not owning a firearm.
When you offer someone money to murder or kidnap someone, it has always been a crime in the past. Does he get a pass, because he is a member of the New Black Panther? Holder gave the New Black Panther group a pass in the voter intimidation charge. I guess the New Black Panther group is allowed to commit crimes against whites.
Nizzo shizznit! Is that like a Sheldon Cooper of color?
Think Napoleon, think Elbe.
A permanent solution is required
Whoa, if he’s got to pawn a gun, how’s he going to pay off the bounty if someone catches Zimmerman?
No significant distinction that I can discern. One wears a white, pointed hood with eye slits, which he calls a hooded sheet. The other wears a loose pullover hood that obscures his features, which he calls a hoodie. One enjoyed significant official protection at a time in the past. The other enjoys even greater official protection now. Both rely on threats, intimidation, murder or other physical violence to achieve political ends (see Horst Wessel from the 20s & the 30s for another example . . . only they didnt need sheet or hoodie, just a brown shirt). Chicano thugs wear bandanas to the same effect. Philistine (Palestinian) terrorists wear black (usually black) scarves for the same purpose. So do many of their imitators.
Tis a long and miserable story. The original Thugs of India were organized for a similar purpose. Look up the origin of the term Assassin if you are of a mind. Or the Chinese Tongs; or the Boxers, or other Oriental gangs. Or Mau Mau.
But, my apologies; I unintentionally misled you with my badly phrased original remark.
Rather the opposite, I think, but, my apologies; I unintentionally misled you with my badly phrased original remark.
See # 58
Let's say they take the restriction off of ex-felons owning firearms. This guy would still have been breaking the law because his sentence isn't up yet. He has not served his time because he is on parole(or probation)and until he has finished that, he has not served his sentence. So, either way this guy broke the law by being armed.
I agree with that.
So you do not believe in the Bill of Rights, ok. Shall not be infringed.
I can agree with two sides of the same coin.
I agree and stated that he had not finished his initial sentence.
I took the line from the black cartoon, The Boondocks episode, "The Trial of Robert Kelly". The main character ends the toon with this comment: "What the hell is wrong with you people? Every famous nigg** is not Nelson Mandela. Yes, the government conspires to put a lot of innocent black men in jail on fallacious charges, but R Kelly is not one of those men. We all know the nigg** can sing. But what happened to standards? What happened to bare minimums? .... Don't pretend the man is a hero...
I 'borrowed' part of the line without attribution - my bad. I like the idea of the black community coming to the conclusion that every 'famous' black - and/or - every criminal black - IS NOT A HERO.
That's my point. 'Tis a sad and familiar tale, repeated many times over the years (centuries). Nothing new. Nothing original.
And it's been repeated time and again. Why is anyone surprised?
CORRECTION: George Zimmerman WAS arrested! He was taken to the Police Station by force, in HANDCUFFS. He was RELEASED when the police realized they had no basis to hold him!