The prosecution in the George Zimmerman trial has been having a tough time in recent days, and even mainstream media outlets acknowledge that the defendant stands an excellent chance of acquittal.
Some celebrities long ago decided Zimmerman was guilty of murdering Florida teen Trayvon Martin, and no amount of trial evidence will change their minds.
Place music mogul Russell Simmons squarely in that camp. Simmons penned an op-ed this week essentially declaring Zimmerman’s guilt with the hope that a Karmic higher power will punish him no matter what the jury eventually determines.
He will soon be judged by a jury of his peers, and that is the best we can do. Whatever decision they make, is a decision that we must live with, whether we like it or not. Whether George Zimmerman is found innocent or guilty by the jury, I am firm believer that all of us live by karmic law, and he will ultimately be punished for the death of Trayvon, no matter what.
Actress Mia Farrow is still clinging to the racist card in the trial even though we learned recently that Martin used racial language in describing Zimmerman in the early moments of their fateful meeting.
Bottom line: in our hearts we know that if Trayvon had been a blond boy, it is unlikely that Zimmerman would have followed & killed him
And then there’s Terry McMillan, the Waiting to Exhale author whose Twitter stream today is inundated with trial commentary.
I am not violent but I sure would like to slap George into next week. Or, maybe 25 years.