Bob Owens

The saddest truth in politics is that people get the leaders they deserve

Next, NAACP plans to lynch Jesus

Written By: Bob - Apr• 03•12

In 2010, the son of the Sanford, FL police chief beat up a homeless black man by the name of Sherman Ware, and almost got away with the crime. He was unable to get away with it because an outraged community activist took it upon himself–when no on else community would–to stand up for Ware, and hold the Sanford criminal justice establishment to account.

You want to take a wild guess who that person was? Al Sharpton? Barack Obama? Van Jones? The Congressional Black Caucus? The NAACP?

Guess again.

Do you know the individual that stepped up when no one else in the black community would?” the family member wrote. “Do you know who spent tireless hours putting flyers on the cars of persons parked in the churches of the black community? Do you know who waited for the church‐goers to get out of church so that he could hand them fliers in an attempt to organize the black community against this horrible miscarriage of justice? Do you know who helped organize the City Hall meeting on January 8th, 2011 at Sanford City Hall?? That person was GEORGE ZIMMERMAN.

Add this to the already known fact that Zimmerman tutored black students for free and comes from a multiracial family, and I dare you to find anyone in Florida less racist, and more color-blind than his record shows him to be.

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6 Comments

  1. Katherine says:

    If this is true, might it have something to do with a Sanford police detective’s recommending prosecution and a state attorney declining to follow that recommendation because of insufficient evidence?

    • Bob says:

      I suppose it is possible, but I suspect it is simpler than that. The physical evidence detailed in reports from officer’s at the scene, seemed to match Zimmerman’s perceptions of events. As there was no conflicting witness testimony from any of the six other people interviewed, and correlation from one witness (Brown), the state attorney probably just understood the applicable laws better and thought they did not have the evidence to bring charges then.

      • Katherine says:

        Thanks, Bob. I think it’s the attorneys (district, county, state according to local law) who routinely make the decision to prosecute or not, rather than police.

  2. Bob aka "Melensdad" says:

    I have to think that this will take the wind out of the sails of those folks in the D.o.J. who want to investigate this case as a ‘hate crime’ under federal law.

  3. Steven says:

    No Freaking Crap. Holy crap is this a huge honking hollow point to the chest of the “He is a racist who hates black folk” spectre.

    Ok – the follow up question: How come this incident, which must have been widely known, took over a month to come to light?

  4. 1idvet says:

    Not gonna hear this in the MSM.
    Doesn’t fit the narrative.