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Why did Zimmerman say he knew nothing about stand your ground laws, but he got an A in the class?

Why did Zimmerman say he knew nothing about stand your ground laws, but he got an A in the class? Topic: Trayvon martin case story
June 25, 2019 / By Violet
Question: Prior to becoming part of the community watch Zimmerman and other trainees attended a class where a law professor lectured on Florida's stand your ground law. Zimmerman received an A in this class based on his knowledge of the subject matter. But shortly later after shooting Trayvon Martin he claimed to know nothing about the stand your ground laws. Why would Zimmerman lie about this? http://abcnews.go.com/US/george-zimmerma... @ u bin - You're angry at me for some reason. All I'm doing is asking why Zimmerman made inconsistent statements. Maybe you're right - maybe it wasn't a conscious lie but rather an unintentional slip of the tongue. But in either case it suggests Zimmerman is not a reliable person. If you have issues with other elements of the trial I suggest you ask your own question... come to think of it I've never seen you ask a question.
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Shania Shania | 1 day ago
Zimmerman is a stupid liar. There are all kinds of conflicts with his version of events and the physical evidence. You cannot shoot someone point blank in the chest if the are sitting on top of you. And if you shoot someone sitting on you, their blood will be all over your shirt. If someone breaks your nose (and there is no proof of that), your blood will be all over your shirt. No blood on his shirt. All kinds of lies. I think he assumed that no one would check into his lies because he is white and the victim is black and because daddy is a judge. And he was right - until people started hollering about it. Now his lies will hang him.
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Shania Originally Answered: Why did Zimmerman say he knew nothing about stand your ground laws, but he got an A in the class?
Zimmerman is a stupid liar. There are all kinds of conflicts with his version of events and the physical evidence. You cannot shoot someone point blank in the chest if the are sitting on top of you. And if you shoot someone sitting on you, their blood will be all over your shirt. If someone breaks your nose (and there is no proof of that), your blood will be all over your shirt. No blood on his shirt. All kinds of lies. I think he assumed that no one would check into his lies because he is white and the victim is black and because daddy is a judge. And he was right - until people started hollering about it. Now his lies will hang him.
Shania Originally Answered: Why did Zimmerman say he knew nothing about stand your ground laws, but he got an A in the class?
...and yet, just the other day people like you and the prosecution were trying to portray Zimmerman as "an angry, failed, wannabe cop".... so which is it? ...and what, exactly, was the "lie?"... because you do know that statements made on a TV show aren't the same as... say ... the falsified "evidence" and outright lies exposed by the defense.. right?

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...and yet, just the other day people like you and the prosecution were trying to portray Zimmerman as "an angry, failed, wannabe cop".... so which is it? ...and what, exactly, was the "lie?"... because you do know that statements made on a TV show aren't the same as... say ... the falsified "evidence" and outright lies exposed by the defense.. right?
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Opaline Originally Answered: What would you do if you knew your home was bugged?
IN THAT SITUATION--I would have halted all communiques with my device until I had my geek butt friends over for an expresso and a game of track the tracker--once a device has been tagged there are a hundred different ways to pitch the buggers hell--and in this case it seems whoever they are --they're the ones that have drawn first blood----no holds barred----my advice to you at this point is ---be aware--usually if someone goes to this kind of effort to infiltrate your life--they will not give up with simply one attempt
Opaline Originally Answered: What would you do if you knew your home was bugged?
"Just 'cause your paranoid...." You know the logic. I empathize becuse my dentist found this small transmitter-like devise... nano-size, inside one of the fillings of my back molars. I remember him saying, "Gee, will ya look at this?" to his assistant, "I've never seen anything like THIS before..." as he began to show it to her. Naturally, this raised my curiosity, so I asked what it was and he said he didn't know... $#!+, the thing almost looked alien... what's more, I still have it in my posession. I've been meaning to smooze someone at a University with an electron microscope to get a better grasp on what it might be... but I guess there's a part of me that is afraid it'll turn out to be something other than a "surveilance" devise... and I'll feel major league foolish. Of course, I could say a friend of mine wanted to know... maybe someday I will give it a shot. It really makes me wonder, anyway. Thamks for the question... it has inspired me to follow through with some long overdue investigative "field work." Try to remember that your case may have been one of mistaken identity... Do you have a "common name?" Or maybe you were "overheard" voicing views that "struck" nerves in the "halls of power" or one who shares your name was. At any rate, you may or may not be aware that the fed. government has survilance tech. that is fifteen years ahead in development from the rest of the country (and the world). It has been the military's policy since the end of WWII.

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