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So, any idea's as to why 911 was called from Trayvon's phone on March 2nd? He had been dead for 5 days already?
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"What is more frightening than any particular policy or ideology is the widespread habit of disregarding facts.”
Please post links or moo, jmo, jmho for opinions.
Clear your mind must be, if you are to discover the real villains behind this plot. Opinion only, my posts are.
So you got me - WHO used Trayvon's phone to call 911 5 days after he was killed?
WHO called Trayvon's phone back immediately AFTER the 911 call was made?
AND why did that person call the phone TWICE (2 minutes apart) - was the phone not answered?
AND why wasn't it answered when 911 had been called from it just 2 minutes before?
Man.................WTH is up with all this? Who was that talking on TV yesterday about the "transparency" of LE with this case?
Clear as mud?
Let's say it was her phone log - well then, she called 911 on 3/2. She lives in Miami. Why doess the number that calls her back have a 407 area code? Miami is 305 and broward is 954. If she called 911 from Miami and Miami/Dade LE called her back - then the number would be a 305 number.
Nope, I think its Trayvon's records.
I'm so confused?
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Only speculating and this is just my opinion.
Ok - I'll even go one better. The number that calls the phone back at 12:47 and again at 12:49 is SPD. You can see the number from the screen shot and if you go to SPD home page - it is the same number. How's that for odd?
WTH is going on with this phone?
Replying to this post from Ironhorse from locked thread:
Well unlike you with all due respect I'm not convinced Mr. Martin is a victim per se. Is he a victim in the sense he passed away in a mysterious yet tragic incident of that I have no doubt. Which is exactly why I attended the rally at Fort Mellon park and gave a donation. But lets put aside my generosity and focus on the case at hand:
I feel in the end this may well be something far less than what many have tired to make it out to be... Mr. Zimmerman goes to question an unknown individual and that individual chooses to hide his face and evade him. Meanwhile Mr. Martin unfamiliar with the neighborhood sees a stranger staring at him and feels uncomfortable pulls his hoodie up and begins to walk briskly away...From this point it seems like a twist of tragic errors on both parties fault lead to an incident, that could have easily been avoided. As a result of those missteps Mr. Martin lost his life and that's saddening.
What right did Mr. Zimmerman have to question Mr. Martin?
And why would it be wrong for someone having a total stranger questioning him choose to try to evade that person?
Be kind, for everyone is fighting a great battle.
Citing to Salem's earlier post:
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Trayvon is considered the victim here, from what I understand.
For Travis Alexander, a human being. Justice will prevail.
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This is an old article? I also found some that says something about a T-Mobile SIM card working in an IPhone?
ETA: Even all those years of talking about Casey's SIM CARDS, I still have no idea what they are.
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She states that she met with Zimmerman and his group in August 2011 and provided them information regarding the program.
1. In every presentation, “I go through what the rules and responsibilities are,” she said Thursday. The volunteers’ role, she said, is “being the eyes and ears” for the police, “not the vigilante.” Members of a neighborhood watch “are not supposed to confront anyone,” she said. “We get paid to get into harm’s way. You don’t do that. You just call them from the safety of your home or your vehicle.”
Using a gun in the neighborhood watch role would be out of the question, she said in an interview.
2. In Sanford, she said, watch groups are not even supposed to make the rounds. That is the job of another kind of volunteer organization, Citizens on Patrol, whose members are selected and trained by the police and who drive the streets in a specially marked vehicle. Members of that group, Ms. Dorival said, “are armed only with a radio.”
3. The manual warns that watch members should “not attempt to apprehend a person committing a crime or to investigate a suspicious activity.” It should be emphasized to members of patrols, the materials state, that “they do not possess police power and they shall not carry weapons.” The consequences of not following the guidelines are severe, the manual states: “Each member is liable as an individual for civil and criminal charges should he exceed his authority.”