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    •  i agree that the shooters story stinks (11+ / 0-)

      Any decent cop can hear that this guy is spinning a tale that hits all the right code words - "jumped," "fearing for his life" etc but the BASIC fact is that he was the aggressor here.  Getting out of the car with a loaded gun MAKES one the aggressor in most state's courts.  The BS about looking for a street sign is clearly a lie - there are only THREE streets in the entire subdivison, and who gets out of a car in the rain to look for a street sign, anyway?  Then, somehow he ends up behind the townhouse.  "Doesn't pass the smell test" were my exact words days ago, and now it seems at least one honest cop thought so too.

      •  Now the local cop is honest? Seems like only (0+ / 0-)

        yesterday they were doing a coverup and were in bed with Zimmerman's dad the judge.  P.S. the smell test isn't a standard for anything other than smelling to tell if clothes are dirty or you stepped in shit.  

        Rick Perry is George Bush without brains.

        by thestructureguy on Tue Mar 27, 2012 at 08:53:56 PM PDT

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        •  just goes to show you how wrong you are (0+ / 0-)

          You're a diehard literalist--you've said so time and again. You loathe figures of speech and it is your apparent belief that gut feelings and/or intuition is always utterly worthless. But things other than shit--stories, events, "eye witness accounts"--can and do stink sometimes, and not merely literally, this "police investigtion" being case in point. It smells to high heaven.

          As for the homcide cop who stuck his neck out, clearly he got a whiff of the stink himself. You're the only one having olfactory problems.

          God bless our tinfoil hearts

          by aitchdee on Wed Mar 28, 2012 at 09:02:54 PM PDT

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