Petition In Opposition To The NAACP’s Political Persecution Of American Citizen George Zimmerman
Open a Civil Rights case against the Florida State Attorneys’ Office for Political Persecution of George Zimmmerman & And Abuse of the American Justice System
The State of Florida has attempted to and failed in its bid to prosecute George Zimmerman, but the persecution continues. Demand JUSTICE for the Justice System by defending George Zimmerman from being used and abuse by the NAACP. Sign our petition to the Department of Justice today.
Attorney General Eric Holder:
As the NAACP pointed out in their petition: “The Department of Justice has closely monitored the State of Florida's prosecution of the case against George Zimmerman in the Trayvon Martin murder since it began.”
Now, with the “not guilty” verdict the jury has spoken and enough is enough. With the acquittal of George Zimmerman, it is time for the Department of Justice to act and investigate the Florida State’s attorney office for wanton violations of Mr. Zimmerman’s civil rights and abuse of the criminal justice system by bring a malicious prosecution due to politically motivated reasons.
The political motivation assertion has now been firmly established in the public domain by the fact that Florida State Attorney Angela Corey engaged in unethical and conduct unbecoming a court-appointed-officer under the Constitution of the United States when she proclaimed on national television after the jury spoke that Mr. Zimmerman was a “murderer.” When is the State of Florida Supreme Court and DOJ going to intervene and investigate Ms. Corey for her high official misconduct from start to finish in this case?
Contrary to the NAACP proclamation “[t]he most fundamental of civil rights — the right to life — was not violated the night George Zimmerman was assaulted by Trayvon Martin who made the initial racial slur calling Zimmerman a “cracker” and then physically assaulting him goes to the heart of the Supreme Court of the United States holding with regard to “fighting words” as follows:
"Words which would likely make the person whom they are addressed commit an act of violence. Fighting words are a category of speech that is unprotected by the First Amendment. Chaplinsky v New Hampshire, 315 U.S. 568 (1942)."
Although the NAACP argues that Zimmerman should
have stayed in his car and this tragedy could have been avoided, the truth of
the matter is that the Defense team proved to the jury that Martin could have
simply ran home. But, he decided to engage not only in “fighting words”
but literally beat Zimmerman as the evidence in the trial proved to the
Now, we the undersigned Americans ask that the Department of Justice protect the American justice system by investigating the State of Florida attorneys’ office for filing a malicious prosecution against Mr. Zimmerman for this egregious violation of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 et seq.
Please address the charade of the American justice system’s manipulation of the Zimmerman jury’s verdict by acting today to counteract the NAACP’s political charged petition to the Department of Justice and continued Florida Attorney office misconduct that is giving rise to potential national violence because they brought a criminal case solely predicated upon “political agendas” and “persecution” reasoning as the jury verdict undisputedly establishes in this American constitutional travesty.
Thank you for your duty as an American Citizen to protect the integrity of the American justice system.
NAACP Rev. 1/ July 18, 2013
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