Jorge Mesa Zimmerman Wrote:
> George Mason University (GMU) is set to offer a
> three-credit course on Florida youth Trayvon
> Martin this fall but in the online description of
> the course misspelled his name as “Trevon
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> The class, officially entitled “Race & Politics,
> Trevon [sic] Martin” in the course catalogue
> will be taught by Professor Rutledge Dennis of the
> Sociology and Anthropology Department.
> Martin was shot in February 2012 after an
> altercation with a neighborhood watch member,
> George Zimmerman, who is currently the subject of
> a murder trial.
> The trial, being held in Florida, has been
> racially charged due to questions over
> Zimmerman’s motivations. Zimmerman stated late
> Wednesday he would not provide testimony, with the
> jury set to issue a decision later this month.
> Dennis will teach the GMU course in a
> lecture/seminar style on Wednesdays in two and
> half hour blocks from 4:30-7:10 in Krug Hall on
> GMU’s main campus.
> Professor Dennis and other GMU representatives did
> not respond to requests for comment by Campus
> Reform in time for publication.
> Supplies required: Hoodie, 1 bag Skittles, 1 24 oz
> Purple Drank.
I don't understand how they can offer a course on this subject. The case is still being heard in the court, but basically you can break
it down like this:
1. George Zimmerman is not a cop but a neigborhood watch guy.
2. George pursued Trayvon Martin, and this is what resulted in the fight. He had zero authority to do so.
3. George and Trayvon's fight was one on one on the ground.
4. George took his gun and shot Trayvon to death. Trayvon was unarmed.
5. George Zimmerman will probably found guilty of the 2nd degree charge. This is simple case of a gung ho guy thinking he was a cop and got in over his head. Trayvon Martin was no angel but didn't deserve to be followed and shot by some ass neighborhood watch guy.