It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. I heard some ranting looney toon on the radio yelling "injustice for one is injustice for all!".
Yeah? Wow...how profound. So this ranting loon complaining that no justice has been served over the that kid in Florida who got shot has to state this. Here's the deal DUDE. You don't know what happened, you weren't there. The full story isn't out. The investigation isn't complete, and yet you are trying to sway the media, and the populous to listen to you. Why? You have your conjecture based on what you think happened, and what some reverends (who are usually wrong about these sort of things) are preaching.
What if..what if..what if...it turns out you are completely wrong, and the case does not turn out to be what you think it is. They find out after all that the idiot who shot him was only acting in self defense. Would you then yell that justice has been served? Would your reverends preach how wonderful that the justice system worked?
Because then your story would make no sense. Because then your rants will become empty. Because then your reverends will have nothing to complain about since there is no boogey man to complain against.
The real injustice is protesting, and not letting due process take its course. Trying to influence the media, the cops, the judges, the lawyers is all you are doing. Granted, when you do that it tends to make things happen in your favor i.e. OJ and Casey Anthony. So if you are trying to do that, its working. Especially since the mainstream media loves to embellish against the truth. If you want to raise awareness for such things...then it may be prudent to have a different taxt. Awareness is good...but don't blow it.
People cry foul when something may have happened; yet when something like their rights be trampled on occur they are more quiet than a church mouse. It just doesn't make a whole lotta sense.
No peace, no justice.