Sunday, July 14, 2013

No Title... 4b, or 5

The first case to be heard, and fully reflect the United States Supreme Court's decision to void the Voting Rights Act, ended in the acquittal of one George Zimmerman, who stalked and killed an African-American youth.  Zimmerman, because he killed the African-American youth, was considered close enough to being white to warrant acquittal.

This application of the Court's recent decision has been closely observed by the citizens and officials throughout the southern, western, eastern, northern, mid-western, mid-Atlantic, southeastern, northwestern United States who understand that the Court has reconfirmed the historical first principle of the North American republic:  "An African-American has no rights that any government, federal, state, local, is obligated to defend, protect, or enforce."

S. Artesian
July 14, 2013

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