Does George Zimmerman look guilty in his new mugshot?

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    Iamallcool posted Thu, 12 Apr 2012 01:49:00 GMT(4/12/2012)

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    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/04/11/george-zimmerman-new-mugshot_n_1419402.html

    He does look guilty to me.

    M sooner7nc posted Thu, 12 Apr 2012 01:52:00 GMT(4/12/2012)

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    What does guilty look like? Looks like he's lost a ton of weight to me.

    Iamallcool posted Thu, 12 Apr 2012 01:53:00 GMT(4/12/2012)

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    He got caught legally. I can see it in his face.

    Iamallcool posted Thu, 12 Apr 2012 01:55:00 GMT(4/12/2012)

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    I think he will get 30 years behind bars.

    Iamallcool posted Thu, 12 Apr 2012 01:57:00 GMT(4/12/2012)

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    At least, he will not worry about getting shot outside of the prison walls but I do not know how inmates will treat him there.

    Berengaria posted Thu, 12 Apr 2012 02:01:00 GMT(4/12/2012)

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    No

    Iamallcool posted Thu, 12 Apr 2012 02:01:00 GMT(4/12/2012)

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    that is what happens when people get overzealous like George did.

    M thetrueone posted Thu, 12 Apr 2012 02:04:00 GMT(4/12/2012)

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    He has a look like he knows he's in a s..t load of trouble.

    A couple of days ago he was probably thinking hell I got away with shooting and killing someone, this hoopla will blow over in time.

    After seeing all the media attention that this case got Nationally, I couldn't see it getting washed over like it had.

    Too bad Trayvon's father didn't tell his son that there were neighborhood watchers occasionally patrolling the neighborhood,

    it might have helped Trayvon realize who Zimmerman was and what he was doing.

    Berengaria posted Thu, 12 Apr 2012 02:09:00 GMT(4/12/2012)

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    Too bad the officials didn't do a better job of handling this case. I can't imagine a fair trial, for either Trayvon OR Zimmerman.

    M sooner7nc posted Thu, 12 Apr 2012 02:11:00 GMT(4/12/2012)

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    True. They'd probably have to move the trial to Mongolia to be completely fair.

    Razziel posted Thu, 12 Apr 2012 02:11:00 GMT(4/12/2012)

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    I personally think they should have charged him with manslaughter. Once everything comes out in court, and in light of the existing law it may be difficult to get a jury to convict him on 2nd degree murder.

    Berengaria posted Thu, 12 Apr 2012 02:17:00 GMT(4/12/2012)

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    My understanding is they always go for above what they hope to get.

    I was on a murder trial a couple of years ago, we had to decide what to convict him of. Once we decided murder, it was pure hell choosing between first or second.

    M thetrueone posted Thu, 12 Apr 2012 02:18:00 GMT(4/12/2012)

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    I agree Razziel

    Should have been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and manslaughter.

    Prosecution may have 2nd degree murder stick in this case .

    M thetrueone posted Thu, 12 Apr 2012 02:26:00 GMT(4/12/2012)

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    A brief description to what is 2nd. degree murder .......

    Second Degree Murder is a murder that is not premeditated or planned in advance.

    Voluntary Manslaughter sometimes called a "Heat of Passion" murder, is any intentional killing that involved no prior intent to kill, and which was committed under such circumstances that would "cause a reasonable person to become emotionally or mentally disturbed." Both this and second degree murder are committed on the spot, but the two differ in the magnitude of the circumstances surrounding the crime. For example, a bar fight that results in death would ordinarily constitute second degree murder. If that same bar fight stemmed from a discovery of infidelity, however, it may be mitigated to voluntary manslaughter.

    Diest posted Thu, 12 Apr 2012 02:31:00 GMT(4/12/2012)

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    Wait till we have more evidence. After his hearing we will have a better night.

    talesin posted Thu, 12 Apr 2012 02:33:00 GMT(4/12/2012)

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    It's a sad state of affairs ......

    This guy thought "in the moment", and did a terrible thing ............. he will have to live the rest of his life with that.

    A young boy is dead. Maybe it's time we thought LONG and HARD about how we see 'others'.

    tal

    M sooner7nc posted Thu, 12 Apr 2012 02:36:00 GMT(4/12/2012)

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    Tal

    exwhyzee posted Thu, 12 Apr 2012 02:37:00 GMT(4/12/2012)

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    What does guilty look like? Looks like he's lost a ton of weight to me.

    I don't know if he looks guilty or not but from his original mug shot I had concluded that George Zimmerman and Chaz Bono ( Cher's Son Kid) had been seperated at birth.

    .

    talesin posted Thu, 12 Apr 2012 02:38:00 GMT(4/12/2012)

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    I hear you, bro.

    t

    F blondie posted Thu, 12 Apr 2012 02:38:00 GMT(4/12/2012)

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    I don't think looks determine guilt or innocence. Ted Bundy looked so normal, it was his means of getting his victims to trust him.

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