Open Phones to Discuss Florida's Stand Your Ground Law and the Killing of Trayvon Martin

03/23/12 Robert Lorei
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Good morning, welcome to Radioactivity. I'm Rob Lorei. Today we'll open the phone lines and take your phone calls. We can talk about whatever is on your mind including Florida's Stand Your Ground law and the tragic killing of Trayvon Martin in Sanford.

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It was self-defense

Zimmerman's broken nose and cut on the back of the head clearly support the claim of self-defense. Just because the person killed was black, everyone is going crazy. What about the black homeowner who recently shot a white man for threatening him? Remember the case of the black man who told a skateboarder to get off the basketball court and the white guy got physical with him? I support the black guy in that case because he was justified. I support Zimmerman in this case for the same reason.


Trayvon Martin begged for his life right before he was shot and killed. That justifies that he was unarmed and not a threat of deadly force. Zimmerman wasn't even a law enforcement officer or armed security officer, he was a neigborhood watch contender who was trigger happy and heartless. Stop applying other situations that partially relates to the Trayvon murder case. There is a white caucasian women who is a out spoken witness that said she heard Trayvon beg for his life before that gun shot that ended his voice and this witness is one of many others.

Stop playing the race card

Lets wait for the facts, clearly Zimmerman is an idiot, but a racist ?????

Protect Our Cops

I say it's a good thing Zimmerman HAD a gun or HE might be the dead one. He used it to defend himself as Tyrone repeatedly smashed his head on the pavement. What kind of 17 year old is mean enough and disrespectful enough to punch an adult, break his nose, knock him down, and straddle him in order to knock his brains out?? I hate to say it but the streets are safer today and the cops can breathe a little easier.