Who to prosecute,soldier Mr.Bales & watchman Mr.Zimmerman or their creators the "1%"??

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If Bales & Zimmerman get justice and died for there crimes,will that stop the conditions that made them commit the crimes in the first place? The 1% create the conditions for war and racism,until we change the conditions of the 1%,the future looks real good for more Bales & Zimmerman's. Who start the "stand your ground" law? The 1%/military industrail complex/NRA use this law/tactic to divide & conquer the 99%,they get two birds with one stone.They make a ton of money selling weapons to both sides and their killing each other and the other bird is they take the "heat" off themselfs.This same tactic applies to wars.Who do we "prosecute"???

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An open letter to George Zimmerman and the Sanford, FL police department.

George the eyes of the entire world are upon you. You have outraged and saddened our nation and the rest of the world is looking on in shock and horror. When a parent looks at this story and sees Trayvon’s face, what we see is our own beautiful son. What you have done reminds us all that we are a family and our children belong to all of us. If one is harmed we all hurt. I hope you understand this and are consumed with profound remorse and guilt. If you are then at the very least the rest of us know you are human after all.

Sanford police, the eyes of the world are upon you. What you have done serves to reduce the very frail trust we have in our police. You have participated in cover up and bullying of witnesses. It is unfortunate that we the people of the United States have grown to expect this behavior from you.

George, you and the members of the Sanford police are in a position to make a difference if you have any humanity left within you. Admit your mistakes. Tell the truth publicly and cooperate fully. Make no excuses. Accept the blame and responsibility openly and without hesitation. Tell the Martin’s and this nation you are sorry and you wish to pay for the grievous pain you have caused, and cry George. Be not a monster. Be a man and cry for Trayvon. The world can forgive the penitent. If we know you are crying with us. Justice must be served and it will be most harsh if you continue to lie. You may think you are protecting yourself, but you are only blackening your soul. Let the truth set you free.

If you do this George, hearts can be mended. This nation will see the damage that hatred causes. Perhaps this tragedy can be focused to educate and remove some of that hatred. They say change come at great cost and pain. Well here we have that cost and pain. Do something to bring about the change.

Be that man George.

Kevin R. Underhill

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Right-On, Kevin.It would be very good to see the 1% respond?

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