|Explaining to Sanford Police his side of the story. The acquitted shooter of Trayvon Martin has turned up in one of his many "hiding" places. He was pulled over for speeding. I guess Texas law enforcement let him go! He didn't match the profile of an unarmed Black driver. The man carried a firearm in his vehicle upon pull over.|
The spiral of public relations continues for one of the country's most hated figures.
The Huffington Post (Black Voices) covers the acquitted shooter of unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin being pulled over on Texas.
Guess what he's got in the glove compartment?
A loaded firearm.
Okay, here's an example of what's happening here! It begins. The junk food media is looking forward to see this guy in the news for all the wrong reasons.
This fool got away with murder and yet he can't keep his ass out of trouble.
Last week, he allegedly saved a family. He just happens to see a vehicle overturned and he decides to help another group of people rescue the family. The family was going to say "NICE" things about him but decided to cancel the presser being held by the acquitted's attorney Mark O'Mara.
A few jurors go to the junk food media saying that they don't regret their decision. One said that she sympathizes with Sybrina Fulton losing her son, but still went with the jurors who thought this guy didn't do anything wrong other than get out his vehicle.
While celebrating his freedom, he does the typical things that merit a police officer to investigate.
After all speeding in a local jurisdiction is a traffic violation misdemeanor. Texas rural roads are limited to 75 mph in areas during a period. At most speeds are reduced to 55 or 60 in urban areas within the state. Most highway speeds in the state could be 80 or 85, depending on region and capacity of traffic.
|The pullover of an acquitted shooter. He was in Texas hiding out!|
Forney, Texas law enforcement decline to comment on the matter.
I guess he got off with a warning or something! After all he got away with murder, how lucky could he be?
I mean I bet that Trayvon Martin would have been lucky to have his first vehicle to drive if he were alive today!