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I Am Trayvon by Thomas-Anderson I Am Trayvon by Thomas-Anderson
I think we know the story (or stories depending on who yo ask). I felt I had to make this, used it for a hoodie. It's based of the photo of Trayvon Martin we see all over, not sure who took that to give credit (might have been him). I watermarked it with my name so (hopefully) no one could try to profit off of it, it actually says something more with my name across it like that... to me.
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MangoIsTheName Apr 1, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Nice! I hope that stupid Zimmerman is arrested. AND there is a video that proves that Zimmerman was lieing about self-defense. It's a security cam and it shows Zimmerman in the police station with NO blood on his head and NO blood on his shirt and NO bruises or anything indicating that it was in fact self defense. Zimmerman, I hope you rott in hell. I hope you one day wear a hoodie and I shoot you.
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LOL. The Lob media LIED about the entire case,this is well known now.Trayvon was nothing more than a Street Punk.
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Justice was served and an INNOCENT man was found NOT GUILTY.
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MangoIsTheName Jul 17, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I dont mean to start a fight or anything like that, but I do however want to place my opinion in this. It was clearly stated in the police 9-1-1 call that the dispatcher DID NOT want Zimmerman to follow Trayvon. He did so anyway. If he hadn't followed Trayvon, then this whole thing wouldn't have happened. I'm sorry, but I think police officers are of higher authority than neighborhood watches. Onto my next point. What neighborhood watch leader has a LOADED gun in his car? As far as I'm concerned, you are allowed to have a gun in your car as long as it is NOT loaded and in the trunk of your car or in the glove compartment. But that's besides the point. He got out of the car, with his gun, and followed Trayvon until his untimely death. Zimmerman had the gun with him. The loaded gun was in his possession. There is reason to believe that Zimmerman had intentions of killing that night. And finally, I'd like to conclude this little rant by clearly stating that I do not believe this was a hate crime. I do not believe that Zimmerman shot Trayvon because he was black. I do, however, know that Zimmerman killed someone when there was no reason for it. He could have very easily called the police, and they would have handled it without anyone getting hurt. I'm sorry, but in my opinion Zimmerman is guilty. Just my opinion. 
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Yes,he followed him and then he STOPPED.

Sigh...it's LEGAL to carry a gun if you have a permit.What you think doesn't matter,what the LAW says does.

There is reason to believe Mr. Zimmerman thought Trayvon was a Street Punk and he was RIGHT!

Mr. Zimmerman had every right to shoot Trayvon,the Street Punk attacked him.
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MangoIsTheName Jul 20, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
explain to me WHY and HOW Zimmerman ASSUMED he was a street punk? 
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Sigh...Trayvon was acting suspicious,roaming around at night in a neighborhood he didn't live in for one.He was dressed like a street punk for another.His actions speak for themselves,he ATTACKED Mr. Zimmerman,also skittles and the drink he purchased are used to make a drug that Trayvon was known to use.Add his past history into the equation and the conclusion is inescapable,he was a Street Punk.

Now ,Mr. Zimmerman couldn't know of Trayvons past,but his actions that night sent  clear warning signs and he was proven correct.
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MangoIsTheName Jul 22, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
lol what you are telling me right now are assumptions. Let's say you went to New York for a vacation. You are technically "roaming around in a neighborhood you don't live in". Does that give anyone the right to shoot you? Nope. Let's say you were in New York "roaming around" wearing a black hoodie or sweater because it was cold outside. I mean, New York is a pretty cold place. You're wearing a sweater, roaming around, does that give anyone the right to shoot you? I don't think so. And you do not shoot someone because of the way they dress. That's ridiculous. Is this seriously what America has come to? So you mean to tell me that if I wear a hoodie with the hood on my head, anyone in the neighborhood can shoot me because I look "suspicious"? As for the drug creation with the drink and the skittles, those were found out AFTER Trayvon was shot. Honestly, I don't mean to sound rude or anything like that, but Zimmerman could have easily avoided shooting Trayvon. He could have called the cops and stopped the whole thing for happening. Plus, Zimmerman was pursuing Trayon by car. After the dispatcher told him to stop following Trayvon, he got out of his car and followed him by foot. Sigh...that means that Zimmerman disobeyed authority rules. :(  I mean come on! If some random man with a gun followed me in the dark, I'd be scared too and I would have said something too. That's not called attacking. My opinion will remain the same; Zimmerman is guilty for killing an innocent man based on pure assumptions. 
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No,the TRUTH something Libs avoid,like soap and job applications.

You refuse to accept the TRUTH Trayvon was a Street Punk,nothing more.

Your opinion doesn't matter,the LAW does,Mr.Zimmerman is INNOCENT.

Now,run along and continue to coddle Street Trash,they'll turn on you any day now and you'll get a rude awakening.
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Thomas-Anderson Apr 2, 2012   General Artist
Thanx, hopefully justice will prevail and the courts can decide. Any harm done to Zimmerman would just give them another excuse to view us in a unfavorable light
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