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The DOJ should question her for 24 hours . I would never want a heffa like her as a Nurse . I think she is going to tell it all a little too late .Ouch

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I know Miss India! Ugg....she will be so hateful to patients. Does she think she will only be able to care for white patients only? Ugg she is a hateful mess....
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Hmmm wasn't He also the one that beat up on the ex girlfriend? Wasn't that the same girl that she was talking trash about and calling all kinds of names? Uh huh and now you want folks to feel sympathy? I don't buy it. She should have said this before. Now it's self serving! She is just trying to garner some more support. Do you really think hospitals and clinics want the uproar from having child killing Zim the Pig's Wife as a nurse? As a black person would you really want her working on you or your family?? Come on now! She's just trying to make sure she gets a nursing job and a check!
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The next time he beat her azz, I hope that she stand her ground and send him to the devil . In the same manner that he murdered Trayvon.
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I also heard she is writing a book smh
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George is rich now from all that donation money.......he don't want her no mo.......now she salty....F dat ho
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I dont know if that was already post---

NAACP President Ben Jealous said Monday his organization collected petitions with more than 1.7 million signatures calling for charges to be filed against George Zimmerman for violating Trayvon Martin's civil rights.

Jealous said the signatures, about a million of which came in by mobile phone and many from young people, would be turned over to the Department of Justice on Monday afternoon.

The NAACP signatures would be in addition to another 219,000 handed over to the Justice Department last week by ColorOfChange, an online civil rights group.

Jealous cited the petitions as an example of the advocacy in which the NAACP and others have engaged since Zimmerman was acquitted by a Florida court for the shooting death of Martin, 17, on Feb. 26, 2012. The teenager's death has become symbolic to many of continued unequal treatment of blacks and other minorities despite progress since the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom on segregation and racial discrimination.

A Justice Department spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment or independently confirm receipt of the signatures.

Martin was mentioned often by speakers at Saturday's demonstration marking the 50th anniversary of the march. Images of the teenager were on T-shirts, posters, signs and buttons and mention of him by speakers often ignited the crowd. Martin's mother was among the speakers Saturday.

"The most important thing for all of us ... is to get organized," Jealous said Monday during a panel sponsored by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation as part of its America Healing project, which seeks to promote racial healing and address racial inequity by funding groups working on those issues.

"I often tell people I don't care whether they join the NAACP or some other group, but you better join something," Jealous said. "Because the reality is in a democracy there are only two types of power, there's organized people and organized money and organized money only wins when people aren't organized."

A string of events are being held throughout the week in conjunction with the anniversary of the 1963 March On Washington.

On Wednesday, President Barack Obama will be joined by former Presidents Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter for a ceremony commemorating the actual march anniversary, and the delivery of King's famous "I Have A Dream" speech. A bell ringing by churches and others is planned for 3 p.m. EDT, marking the exact time that King spoke.

Obama met Monday with African American church and faith leaders in connection with the anniversary. According to a White House statement, they discussed the president's work on voting rights and the upcoming availability of health insurance through a public marketplace.

During the activities of the anniversary, civil rights leaders have held up examples where King's dream has been realized — namely Obama's presence in the White House as the nation's first black president — but bemoaned what several have said is reversal of the gains of the Civil Rights Movement.

Gail Christopher, who heads W.K. Kellogg Foundation's America Healing project, said the country's progress means dealing with the fact that for much of its history, the United States was built on the principle of racial hierarchy. She said the country has not fully understood the central role of racism in the creation of the nation.

"We asserted equality but we built the nation on the fallacy of inequality," said Christopher. "So as we move into the 21st century, we ask ... that we take this moment to move beyond rhetoric and indeed beyond denial."

Republicans held a separate commemoration Monday with a luncheon hosted by Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus. At the luncheon, Bob Woodson Sr., a Washington, D.C., advocate for low-income people, said the way forward for Republicans and Democrats is "to compete by how you have served the least of God's children — not just outreach, but uplift of those at the bottom."

Woodson founded the Center for Neighborhood Enterprise which works with community based organizations in low-income neighborhoods on issues ranging from job training to financial literacy to reducing youth violence.

Jealous said at the earlier panel forum that while there are still allies of the civil rights movement in the Republican Party and governors who are making strides on civil rights, "we're on the verge of having an anti-civil rights party in the country and of having civil rights be a one-party issue."

"We have to, as a civil rights community, really think deeply not just how we build bonds among each other but how we, frankly, re-introduce civil rights to the Republican Party, which for 100 years was the party of civil rights in many ways," Jealous said.

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Trayvon Martin’s parents meet with federal authorities in Miami

 
 &amp;amp;amp;amp;#10;Sybrina Fulton, mother of Trayvon Martin, holds up a card with a photo of her son as she speaks at the National Urban Leagues annual conference, Friday, July 26, 2013, in Philadelphia. Fulton told the National Urban League gathering to use her story, tragedy and broken heart to stop the same thing from happening to another child. &amp;amp;amp;amp;#10;
Sybrina Fulton, mother of Trayvon Martin, holds up a card with a photo of her son as she speaks at the National Urban League's annual conference, Friday, July 26, 2013, in Philadelphia. Fulton told the National Urban League gathering to use her story, tragedy and broken heart to stop the same thing from happening to another child.
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jweaver@MiamiHerald.com

The parents of Trayvon Martin and their lawyer met with Justice Department prosecutors and FBI agents at the U.S. attorney’s office in Miami Wednesday to discuss the status of a criminal civil-rights investigation into the fatal shooting of their teen-age son last year.

The federal investigation, which was opened while George Zimmerman faced prosecution for the death of the 17-year-old, gained renewed interest last month after Zimmerman was acquitted in state court of Martin’s killing in a Sanford gated community.

Prosecutors with the Justice Department’s criminal civil-rights section and FBI agents from Central Florida met with the late teen’s parents, Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin, and their attorney, Benjamin Crump, to bring the family up to speed, according to sources familiar with the meeting.

The meeting was held in Miami to accommodate the parents. Trayvon had lived with his mother in Miami Gardens before his death, which occurred while he was visiting his father in Sanford.

A spokeswoman for the Miami U.S. attorney’s office confirmed the meeting took place there Wednesday, but she could not say who was present. A spokesman for the U.S. attorney’s office in Tampa referred a reporter’s call to the Justice Department, which declined to comment because of the “ongoing” investigation.

If the Justice Department were to pursue criminal civil-rights charges against Zimmerman, the case would be filed in the Middle District of Florida, which includes Sanford, north of Orlando.

The Justice Department has a handful of criminal civil-rights laws at its disposal, and has filed charges in the past after state juries have returned acquittals.

In Zimmerman’s case, it’s possible the Justice Department might consider using the federal hate-crime statute, though legal experts say that type of prosecution would be a long shot.

The Justice Department has said that authorities “will determine whether the evidence reveals a prosecutable violation of any of the limited federal criminal civil rights statutes within our jurisdiction” and “whether federal prosecution is appropriate.”PS... ZIMMERDOG was caught speeding again and let go !!



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Apparently speeding is no longer a crime punishable by a speeding ticket or anything else......
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George Zimmerman pulled over for speeding for the SECOND TIME since he was acquitted of Trayvon Martin's murder

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PUBLISHED: 14:07 EST, 4 September 2013 UPDATED: 14:37 EST, 4 September 2013

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George Zimmerman has been stopped by police for speeding for the second time since he was acquitted of murder in July, it emerged today.

The 29-year-old was driving in Lake Mary, Florida, on Tuesday morning when he was pulled over for driving at 60mph in a 45mph zone, according to police. 

Zimmerman - who is now sporting a beard - was issued a $256 fine.

Two weeks after he was cleared of murdering 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, he was pulled over in Forney, Texas, and told the officer he was carrying a gun. He was let off with a warning on that occasion.

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Stopped again: A bearded George Zimmerman was driving in Lake Mary, Florida, on Tuesday morning when he was pulled over for driving at 60mph in a 45mph zone

Stopped again: A bearded George Zimmerman was driving in Lake Mary, Florida, on Tuesday morning when he was pulled over for driving at 60mph in a 45mph zone

Police said he was not carrying a gun this time.

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Zimmerman was issued a $256 fine for speeding

When the traffic officer told him what speed he was going, Zimmerman said: 'I didn't know, sorry.' 

The traffic enforcement officer was wearing a chest-mounted camera that captured the brief encounter.

This is the fourth time Zimmerman has been in the news since his acquittal. Last month he was spotted at the Kel-Tec weapons plant in Cocoa, but it's not clear if he bought a gun.

And a week before his first traffic stop, he rescued a family-of-four from their upturned SUV less than a mile from where he shot the unarmed teen.

Mark Gerstle, 52, was driving onto the off ramp of a Florida highway when Mark lost control of the vehicle - resulting in the terrifying crash that left him, his wife and two children aged eight and four trapped.

'George Zimmerman pulled me out,' firefighters were told by Gerstle, according to Sanford Police Department Capt Jim McAuliffe.

The responding deputy said that when he arrived at the intersection of I-4 and Route 46, two men - one of whom was Zimmerman - had already gotten the Gerstle family out of the overturned vehicle.

Zimmerman left after telling the deputy what happened for his accident report, and did not witness the crash.

Armed: George Zimmerman was pulled over on the road in Forney, Texas and it was revealed that he had a gun in a glovebox

Armed: George Zimmerman was pulled over on the road in Forney, Texas and it was revealed that he had a gun in a glovebox

CBS Dallas Fort Worth claimed the officer in the first traffic stop did not recognize Zimmerman, who is even reported to have asked the officer if he knew his face from television.

The officer again told the one-time Florida neighborhood watch captain that he did not.

While being questioned by the officer, Zimmerman, who was driving a 2008 Honda pick-up with Florida plates, told him he was armed and was instructed to keep the gun in the car's glove-compartment.

 

The officer issued Zimmerman a warning for speeding and then sent him on his way - but not before asking him where he was going, to which he replied 'nowhere in particular'.

'Nowhere in particular, why is that?' responded the officer according to In Forney.com

'You didn’t see my name?' said Zimmerman. The officer then responded, 'wow, what a coincidence'.

 “Nowhere in particular, why is that?” responded the officer. “You didn’t see my name?” said Zimmerman. The officer then responded, “wow, what a coincidence.” - See more at: http://www.inforney.com/home/local-news/item/1182#sthash.E0GtB5sz.dpuf
Traffic Violation: George Zimmerman was pulled over by police in Forney, Texas, at around midday and was issued a warning for speeding
Traffic Violation: George Zimmerman was pulled over by police in Forney, Texas, at around midday and was issued a warning for speeding

Traffic Violation: George Zimmerman was pulled over by police in Forney, Texas, at around midday and was issued a warning for speeding 

The officer then inquired if Zimmerman was free of any warrants for arrest, to which Zimmerman replied, 'absolutely'.

'Alright, I’m gonna go back and just check you, routinely,' said the officer as he checked Zimmerman's proof of insurance and a driver’s license. 

'The reason you were stopped was for your speed, why don’t you slow down a little bit for me and, as long as you don’t have any warrants, I’ll cut you loose with a warning,' said the officer to Zimmerman according to In Forney.com.

'Just take it easy, go ahead and shut your glove compartment and don’t play with your firearm, ok?' 

The traffic stop according to InForney.Com lasted approximately five minutes and after being given a warning, Zimmerman was sent on his way - being wished 'a safe trip' by the officer.

Cleared: The juror said that she felt that Zimmerman went above the bounds of what he should have done but his heart was in the right place Cleared: George Zimmerman has been involved in four separate traffic incidents in two different states in the months since he was cleared of the murder and manslaughter of Trayvon Martin 

Controversy: Zimmerman says that supporters of slain teenager Trayvon Martin have sent his family thousands of death threats

Controversy: Zimmerman says that supporters of slain teenager Trayvon Martin have sent his family thousands of death threats

Saved by Zimmerman: The Gerstle family of Dana (left) and Mark (right) stand with their children in a October 2011 photo snapped at a Disney World Halloween party

Saved by Zimmerman: The Gerstle family of Dana (left) and Mark (right) stand with their children in a October 2011 photo snapped at a Disney World Halloween party

Last week Zimmerman's wife Shellie revealed the couple's marriage is on the verge of ending and that she is going to have to 'think about' whether she will stay with him.

She claims her husband 'beat down' her self-esteem even though she stood by him throughout his lengthy murder trial and even admitted to lying to a judge about the couple's finances - a decision that led to her arrest. 

Last week she pleaded guilty and was sentenced to probation and community service.

Mrs Zimmerman refused to say whether she and George are still together - but that doesn't change her opinion on whether he murdered Trayvon. She said she always believed he killed the unarmed teen in self-defense.

Personal strife: Shellie Zimmerman refused to say whether she and George are still together - even though she stood by his through the trial

Personal strife: Shellie Zimmerman refused to say whether she and George are still together - even though she stood by his through the trial

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