Samantha Scheibe: Bonehead Of The Day


George Zimmerman posts $9000 bail in domestic violence case
Zimmerman girlfriend shopping interview for money prior to 911 call
George Zimmerman girlfriend: I did not set him up
THIS is why I didn’t pile on with the Zimmerman haters. This stunk from the beginning

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  1. Tallyman

    the most important legal advice for every man, married or single:

    Zimmerman got bad legal advice. Cardinal rule is never ever talk to police or FBI (federal police). If your female companion or anyone else calls the police; leave immediately. Never hope to explain. In order for the government to bring charges, someone who has knowledge of the “crime” must swear that the crime occurred to their personal witness. When the police talk to you, they can swear that you were present and they (the police) have personal knowledge thereof. Additionally, the police might be able to say you said, ____, indicating you probably were involved in a crime. Without any statement from you, the police must obtain a sworn statement from one of those present to affect your arrest and charging with a crime.

    Be aware police lie in court; VAWA rewards police for domestic arrests with cash and goodies. In court, instead of he said/she said, it becomes the police said you said. So if you end up in court, it’s your word against hers without any police corroboration.

    NEVER EVER TALK TO POLICE. NEVER EVER WAIT TO EXPLAIN TO POLICE. LEAVE IMMEDIATELY. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Testilying

    The most important legal advice you’ll ever receive: https://duckduckgo.com/iu/?u=http://i1.ytimg.com/vi/6wXkI4t7nuc/mqdefault.jpg (Martha Stewart went to jail only because she either didn’t heed or didn’t receive this advice.)

    THIS ADVICE ALSO APPLIES IN MODIFIED FORM, IF YOUR FEMALE COMPANION OR CHILD IS ACCIDENTALLY BADLY INJURED AND YOU CHOSE TO STAY. TELL THE POLICE ON LEGAL ADVICE YOU RECEIVED, YOU CAN MAKE NO STATEMENT OTHER THAN IDENTIFYING THE VICTIM and yourself.

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  2. n.n

    The bounty was offered. Its withdrawal is inconsequential. Zimmerman is a marked man. He should recognize this and change his behavior accordingly.

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    • soanonymous

      Yeah, I was hoping he’d lie low. You know, not trust people who suddenly pop up into his life wanting to be “friends.”

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  3. Ella Halligan

    I had this conversation with my husband… he saw the news reports and said, “Oh, look what Zimmerman did now, that was dumb”… when I said, “If he did it”, he responded with, “it’s all over the news…” to which I said, “Yeah, it was all over the news that he killed an innocent little boy out eating candy, too…”

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    • GoodMojo1

      If he did it, he deserves the same punishment as anyone else (As in the maximum…). That said, after having his life destroyed, for protecting his own life? Who knows what that does to a person?

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    • GoodMojo1

      If he did it, he deserves the same punishment as anyone else (As in the maximum…). That said, after having his life destroyed, for protecting his own life? Who knows what that does to a person?

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      • Ella Halligan

        Well, I don’t question what the penalty should be… I only question whether it happened at all (and lean towards the, um, no, this stinks to high heaven side of the equation until I see some proof.)

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