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Tonya Keelin
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It's sad, sickening, and a true example as to why we still  have so much damn hate in this world. Honestly, I don't get it. You have to be sick in the mind to think that this is acceptable behavior. MIND YOUR OWN DAMN BUSINESS  please focus on whats so damn bad in your own life  that causes You to have so much hate for so many people. I agree to an extent people like this do like attention but the scary part is people like this brainwash the weakminded and in turn can create a dangerous individual or a dangerous situation.
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Its sad to say that I have seen black on black crime. Just as I have seen white on white. For anyone to say that he deserved it because black folks do it to eachother everyday, is rediculous. I'm a parent of two and a step parent of two. All four of them are beautiful talanted intelligent bi-racial young people. 16, 20, 21, 23. Two of which serves our country. All very sheltered as I moved away simply to assure that they weren't exposed to what we were exposed too. My ex and I both wanted more for our kids. I hate that they have to be exposed to such ignorance. I hate that this could have easily been my son walking through Zimmerman s neighborhood. I don't care what color your skin is, if you feel like soneone so young who was doing nothing but walking and talking on his phone deserved to die, well you as a person have must be cold hearted and it scares me that you are walking the streets because no telling what you are capable of. 
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I have dealt with racism on both sides. I grew up in a neighborhood that was predominantly black. I have never judged any person based on the color of their skin, sexual preference, or anything else other than the content of ones character. I feel very strongly that if we took the hate and judgements and focused that energy toward something greater like ourselves being better people as individuals we would be better humans as a whole. I have dealt with, white folks calling me a n/lover to black folks calling me a cracker. I realize that it makes me no better to judge someone even if its only to say your ignorant for judging. We as americans have a right to our own opinions but the hardest for me to swallow is this is a kid. If he had a past, that doesn't matter in this. He did no wrong doing. He was doing what every other kid his age was doing. He should have never been approached. Yet even after the law demanded that Zimmerman to not follow him he did and did it with a gun. The end result, a child wronfully killed. 
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Yes I did folloe the trial. Yes I watched the degense try to make this child look like a criminal that was deserving of being murdered. That's what defense attorneys do part of their job. Why don't you base it off facts, the facts are, he was walking up a street by himself on a cell phone talking to his girlfriend with candy and sweet tea like a typical teenager, minding his own business, bothering no-one. Fact#2 george immediately got suspicious which fine he is apart of neighborhood watch, he wants to call the cops sure go ahead but the 911 operator was very clear to NOT follow Trayvon. So what does this sorry excuse do? He grabs a gun and does just that. Now if a strange man approached me and I'm minding my own business, my defenses would be up, I would be prepared to fight. But we dobt even know if that was the case. #3 this child that you call a gangster has no violent history, he had no weapon on him and he didn't approach anyone. 
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I feel sick to my stomach. Literally..  I feel ashamed right now. I feel like this is why our soldiers come back mentally scarred and have the stress that they have because they were trained to be killers. I wonder these countries refer to us as evil and have so much hate toward us. I feel that this guy like many, were brain washed. The fact that he came forward makes him far from a coward.
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Hey hey boys stop with the name calling. Ultimately we are all in agreeable of the topic at hand in some way. Xo

Tonya Keelin

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I have dealt with racism on both sides. I grew up in a neighborhood that was predominantly black. I have never judged any person based on the color of their skin, sexual preference, or anything else other than the content of ones character. I feel very strongly that if we took the hate and judgements and focused that energy toward something greater like ourselves being better people as individuals we would be better humans as a whole. I have dealt with, white folks calling me a n/lover to black folks calling me a cracker. I realize that it makes me no better to judge someone even if its only to say your ignorant for judging. We as americans have a right to our own opinions but the hardest for me to swallow is this is a kid. If he had a past, that doesn't matter in this. He did no wrong doing. He was doing what every other kid his age was doing. He should have never been approached. Yet even after the law demanded that Zimmerman to not follow him he did and did it with a gun. The end result, a child wronfully killed. 
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For you to say anyone's out of touch with reality other than shallow minded ignorant people like yourselves shows just who is out of touch with reality. Now, if you watched the video, you will see, he stated, that the violence has to stop. I'm not here to say anything other than this child didn't deserv e this and for u to say he deserves or serves him right due to your thinking on a race of people as a whole, is out if touch!! To ask why black people are so violent on a video thats about a black child being murdered by a non-black is pretty ignorant on your part. No one race is non violent, you keep that in mind!! We as human beings of all races should never take anothers life. This isn't about who commits more crimes, we all shouldn't overall. Not as a race, but as humankind. 
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