LLMPapa video: Cardboard and Bullshit, Part Four – Regarding Trayvon Martin Kill Shot

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7 Responses to LLMPapa video: Cardboard and Bullshit, Part Four – Regarding Trayvon Martin Kill Shot

  1. George Zimmerman-It’s Smaller than you think-That’s What Shellie Said ‘Part 1’

  2. Witness 8 (Dee Dee) did not commit perjury

    http://frederickleatherman.com/2013/03/09/witness-8-dee-dee-did-not-commit-perjury/

    Good morning:

    Today, we are going to take a tour of the Florida perjury statutes to clear up any lingering confusion caused by the troll yesterday regarding the law and its possible application to DD.

    Keep in mind that I believe the evidence will show that she did not lie about anything, much less commit perjury and I believe the U.S. media has been grossly irresponsible in reporting that she did. Nevertheless, the false accusation has been made and I am going to hopefully refute and bury it forever.

    Introduction

    Keep in mind that all federal and state crimes are defined by statutes passed by both houses of a bicameral legislature and signed into law by an executive (president or governor). They are enacted pursuant to the police power granted to the legislative body by the federal or state constitution.

    Federal courts have jurisdiction to decide cases involving violations of federal offenses and state courts have jurisdiction to decide cases involving violations of state offenses.

    All criminal statutes consist of elements that the prosecution must prove beyond a reasonable doubt to convict a defendant. The elements consist of a particular state of mind (mens rea) and a prohibited act (actus reus).

    The Florida perjury statute sets forth two general categories of offenses: perjury and false statements. Perjury is the more serious offense because it consists of the base offense (a false statement) with additional elements (oath and subject matter materiality).

    Perjury is subdivided into 3 categories: perjury in official proceedings, perjury not in official proceedings and perjury by contradicting statements.

    The false statements category also is subdivided into 3 categories: false reports to law enforcement authorities, false information to law enforcement during an investigation, and false official statements.

    Notice that the basis for distinguishing these false-statement offenses from ordinary everyday lying is the element of the offense that specifies to whom the lie is communicated.

    That is, mere lying is not a criminal offense.

    Now, let us take a look at each of the offenses beginning with the false statements that define the boundary between lies without criminal consequences and lies with criminal consequences.

    False Statements

    False reports to law enforcement authorities (FL. Stat. 837.05)

    (1) Except as provided in subsection (2), whoever knowingly gives false information to any law enforcement officer concerning the alleged commission of any crime, commits a misdemeanor of the first degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082 or s. 775.083.

    (2) Whoever knowingly gives false information to a law enforcement officer concerning the alleged commission of a capital felony, commits a felony of the third degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082, s. 775.083, or s. 775.084.

    This offense consists of knowingly providing false information to a law enforcement officer concerning the alleged commission of any crime. This conduct is defined as a first degree misdemeanor, unless the crime in question is a death penalty offense, in which case the offense is a third degree felony. No crime is committed if the false information is provided to someone who is not a law enforcement officer.

    Note that even if DD lied to BDLR about going to the “hospital or someplace” and he qualifies as a law enforcement officer, the false statement did not concern the alleged commission of a crime. Therefore, she did not violate this offense.

    Click on the link above for more…

    • The American Media has purposely diverted the attention away from O’Mara waiving an immunity hearing and making it about DeeDee. We will NOT be distracted by the shiny object.

  3. https://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Benjamin-Justice-4-Trayvon-Crump/327501447335425

    The defense can not use their allegations against Deedee during trial or an SYG hearing because…

    1) It assumes facts not in evidence. They have no proof she lied and the state never said she lied. The defense requested her medical records and the state replied that there will be no medical records to obtain. The defense were not allowed access to her medical records and the issue is moot. It will get objected and sustained on those grounds.

    2) It is irrelevant and immaterial.

    3) Badgering witness.

    Fogen’s gang members are really stupid and silly and so are his lawyers

    They will not undermine her credibility either because her testimony is bolstered by the other witnesses and forensic evidence

  4. Report: George Zimmerman received more than 400 pieces of mail after he shot Trayvon Martin

    http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/local/trayvon-martin/os-trayvon-martin-zimmerman-letters-20130226,0,7434115.story

    The man who shot Trayvon Martin has received more than 400 pieces of mail over the past 10 months, CNN.com is reporting.

    The letters range from profane to supportive, according to the website.

    To read the article, go to CNN.com

  5. He restrained the child so he couldn’t get away and shot him dead. And then he stole the kid screams as his own. The sob MUST pay for this.

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