Skip to comments.Who will inherit Trayvon's burglary tools now that Trayvon is gone?
Posted on 07/15/2013 9:47:03 PM PDT by doug from upland
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His numerous thug-wanna-be hoodies have probably stolen them from his mama's garage, if she hasn't already voluntarily given the tools to his friends.
One other good thing about TM being dead, is that he was taken out before he had a chance to pollute the national gene pool. 2 weeks ago Report Abuse
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The personal effects of Mr. Martin will be dealt with by his parents, as he was a minor at he time of his death. I'm sure the IRS is upset they can't impose a death tax on Mr. Martin's estate. 2 weeks ago Report Abuse
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Thats amoung one of the first things that family through out in the trash before the cops came to inspect Trayvon's room. Along with his bong, weed stash, the stolen jewels, his facebook print out for the address to that kid he was gonna buy a gun from...... 1 week ago
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Little Brother, provided the State does not steal them.
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Oh dear Lord, theres another one?
Obama has hundreds of thousands of sons.
“Oh dear Lord, theres another one?”
Older brother, Jahvaris Fulton.
Heh, the scary part of that is it is true! He and his offspring are all of the same ilk. New world...
Obama hasn’t done one single good thing for blacks. Not one thing. Everything he touches turns bad, just like him.
I wonder who ended up with the jewelry that was found in his backpack. The school policeman who found it impounded the jewelry and sent photos of the items to detectives at Miami-Dade police for further investigation. So who has the jewelry now? And why hasn’t anything been reported on their efforts (if any were taken), to try to locate the owner(s)? Nobody’s bothered to pursue this.