“and every time he called he was suspicious about someone black”
I wonder if the author has a source for that claim. I’d bet the farm its a completely false statement.
I wonder if it was only “someone black” that was acting suspiciously...
I wonder if every burglary in the area might have “fit the profile”.
Don’t want to be profiled? Then clean up your act.
The presstitutes can just edit the "he looks black" clip into every 911 tape. Revisionist history is a favorite ploy of Stalinists.
That’s the first time I ever heard of that, and I would be interested in hearing/seeing some evidence to support the author’s claim. It’s certainly recorded somewhere, so it’s verifiable.
That’s already been refuted in the news: NBC edited the 911 transcript to falsely give the impression that Zimmerman was suspicious b/c Trayvon was black. In fact, Zimmerman was answering the police question about what race the thug was:
Let’s assume that it’s true. Suppose there were a lot of suspicious-looking people who happened to be black, and not so many suspicious-looking people who happened to be white. Is he supposed to call about some white people who aren’t suspicious-looking, or not call about some black people who are? Did he call about every black person he saw, regardless of their demeanor? Did he ever call about a black person in a three-piece Armani suit with a Phi Beta Capa tie clip while he was talking to Donald Trump and Billy Gates at a downtown restaurant? This is taking affirmative action to the edge of the cliff and jumping off with it.