mistermack wrote: Coito ergo sum wrote:
mistermack wrote:Actually, the Zimmerman case completely contradicts one of the statements made by the lawyer in the video.
He says, catagorically, that talking to the police can NEVER help a suspect. WRONG.
Zimmerman cooperated, talked to the police, answered any question that they put to him, and didn't invoke his right to silence.
And they let him go within hours, after killing an innocent kid. And he would be free today, if it wasn't for the huge hullaballoo in the press.
That's just one part of the video disproved right here. The rest of it is bollocks too. You just accept what he says because that's his job.
LOL -- no. I accept what he says because it is a good recitation of what I already knew. It's easier to point to the video rather than write out everything for you.
Yeh right. Bullshit as per usual.
You aren't the first to be sucked in by a slick lawyer. I can see why you wouldn't want to admit it with an ego like yours.
Why don't you look behind the slick words for once in your life?
You sound like a 12 year old.
Ego, indeed. You come across in such a superior, pompous manner that it makes me laugh that you would even accuse someone else of being egotistical. Maybe you just sound that way because you're British, cuz, you know, on your side of the pond things are so much more erudite and everyone is far more educated and enlightened.
Tell us again how much better and more proper things are done in that Shangri-La called the UK...
"I hate to advocate drugs, alcohol, violence, or insanity to anyone, but they've always worked for me". Hunter S. Thompson.