Writes commenter chamuiel:
July 15, 2013 @ 2:28 pm
Let me think now.
If we are going to show respect for the deceased, then we need to convict an innocent man.
Yeah, Yeah, that makes sense to some weird assed thinking people.
Respect for the deceased?
It’s fine to pray for his soul, but respect is to be given only where respect is due. Have the deceased, his family, his lawyer, the media, or any of his supporters have comported themselves so as to merit respect? His family failed to raise Trayvon Martin to act like a human being.
As soon as Trayvon died, his family and the rest of the hangers-on made haste to ring the cash register and grab their fifteen minutes of fame.
Commenter Mort_f agrees:
July 15, 2013 @ 3:57 pm
I will repeat myself, from my other posts.
Trayvon Martin is to Hussein/Hol[d]er as Horst Wessel was to Hitler/Himmler.
He, like Horst Wessel, was ‘A case of trash’. An abomination to those who believe in a law-abiding, civilized , society. Considering his record, which the court disallowed, there is not a single reason to ‘honor’ him.
July 15, 2013 @ 5:44 pm
You certainly make a good point that applies to the civilized law abiding community. Please consider this: People that honor Travon by wearing a “Hoodie” have adopted the same the “Gangsta” look clothing used by the criminal segment of society to conceal identity during the commission of a crime. That speaks volumes of those who wear such an item in protesting Zimmerman’s Not Guilty verdict , doesn’t it?
Demanding that the head of a “white” Hispanic man be served up to the mob on a platter simply because a black man is dead – without regard to the evidence or the circumstances of the case – is called human sacrifice. Human sacrifice, whether it be perpetrated by a corrupt judicial system or by direct mob violence, has no place in Christianity. Rather, this mindset is simply another symptom of Western Christianity having become neo-pagan.