"My personal feeling is that, as a young kid that was beat on by a bully, that was pretty much singled out—the guy [Zimmerman] stalked him, didn't follow instructions from a superior officer, when they said, 'Stop following the kid.' That tells you everything right there. But my all-around perspective, I wasn't there, I don't know what happened. But it's just so widespread and overt what happened. Even though this is the best country in the world, certain laws in this country are a disgrace to a nation of savages. It's a majority versus a minority. That's the way God planned it. He didn't want to do something about it, He wanted us to do something about it. And if we don't, it's gonna stay this way. We have to continue tweeting, we have to continue marching, we have to continue fighting for Trayvon Martin. If that's not the case, he was killed in vain, and we're just waiting for it to happen to our children. He'll have gotten away with impunity. It's a disgrace that man hasn't been dragged out of his house and tied to a car and taken away. That's the only kind of retribution that people like that understand. It's a disgrace that man hasn't been shot yet. Forget about him being arrested--the fact that he hasn't been shot yet is a disgrace. That's how I feel personally about it."
Icheoku agrees with Iron Mike that certain circumstances as this makes vigilantism sound like a civilized behavior. Otherwise how could any reasonable human-being rationalize the fact that the police in Florida did not arrest and charge this murderer George Zimmerman based on what transpired prelude to the murder of Trayvon Martin. Yet we are in Afghanistan, Iraq and soon Iran and other hot spots of the world trying to teach them how to be justice-themed societies? Now they read such stories as this Florida absurdity and they cringe that such a thing could happen in America? It is simply mind-boggling indeed. But let us hope that the about-turn mea culpa of a belated arrest will throw the needed balm on the explosive situation. It could have been any person's life that was taken away in this cavalier manner and was almost swept under the carpet as if it was a dog; so do not tell Icheoku that any expression of disgust is overboard