The Arrest of George Zimmerman
Lew Rockwell, I fear, is right, to suggest that "whatever happened that night, the obviously intelligent Zimmerman is probably doomed to be found guilty in a Soviet-style show trial, and murdered in a race-riven prison, to advance the racial divide-and-conquer strategy of the regime" — What George Zimmerman Looks Like.
"Trayvon is the victim here," says Pat Buchanan, "but George Zimmerman is beginning to look like a victim—of lynch law and mob rule" — Obama’s Zimmerman Problem.
Steve Sailer is insightful as usual, in naively "hoping that this special prosecutor lady in Florida would bring some reassurance that George Zimmerman isn't being railroaded due to racial hatred and hysteria" — Not reassuring ... — and, comparing this case to one that brought the same charge, in suggesting that "suspect[ing] that a black youth with a what appears to be a track record of being a burglar might be a burglar is pretty much the same as sticking your girlfriend's head on a pole in the living room" — 2nd degree murder requires "depraved mind". He also quotes "about the most sensible thing anybody has had to say so far about this tragic mess-up" — Trayvon's mom calls it "an accident".